What’s the point of having shiny Pokemon?
The shiny Pokemon are not actually inherently more powerful than their less shiny counterparts. In fact, the early evidence suggests that there’s really no link between a Pokemon’s shininess and its individual values. Really, the shiny Pokemon are just cool looking and are valuable due to their rarity.
Is it worth getting shiny Pokemon?
Shiny Pokémon from the older games are often valued more highly by players due to the time it takes to obtain one, and the lack of mechanics to help players actually hunt it down. Some of the most ‘valuable’ Shiny Pokémon however, are ones that take a massive amount of dedication to come across.
What is the rarest shiny in Pokemon go?
Currently, Shiny Detective Pikachu is considered by many to be the rarest Shiny ever in Pokémon GO because it was never officially released. Overall, some of the rarest Pokémon in Pokémon Go are the Pikachus with special hats because they’re only available during one-time limited events.
Is it worth it to shiny hunt?
Shiny hunting is really one of the most tedious things that you can do in all of Pokémon. It’s boring, it’s unending, it never stops. However, once you get that shiny, it all becomes worth it. It’s so rewarding.
What is the rarest shiny in Pokemon Go 2021?
What’s the Rarest Shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Go?
- Shiny Detective Pikachu.
- Shiny Pikachu Libre.
- Every Shiny Pikachu with a Hat.
- Shiny Unown.
- Shiny Rufflet.
Who is the rarest Pokemon?
We’ll update this guide as things change, but in August 2021 the rarest Pokémon you can potentially get your hands on are:
- Azelf, Mespirit and Uxie.