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All pokemon have a hidden number assigned to them that have nothing to do with IVs. It's entirely possible to have a shiny pokemon with perfect IVs.
Although IVs did determine if a pokemon was shiny in generation I and possibly II.
The chances of finding a shiny Pokemon is normally 1 in 8192. That's a 0.0122% chance of finding one. The exact probability of encountering a shiny Pokemon is calculated as follows. The game generates four random numbers ranging from 0 to 65535. These are represented as binary numbers, 16 bits in length. The bitwise operation "exclusive or" is performed on each of the numbers, resulting in a single binary number in the range 0 to 65535. If this number is less than 8, the Pokemon is shiny. Hence the probability of this occuring is 8/65536 or 1/8192.
Also if you use a pokeradar, you can increase your chances of getting a shiny to about 1/200 if you get a chain of 40. Chaining pokemon is a bit difficult, but doable.
Also I learned something new.
I never fully played through generations 1 and 2, I always thought the deeper complexity of the remakes were better.
Pretty much everyone I know has or has seen a shiny in X and Y
You have roughly 1/8000ish chance of finding one
All pokemon have a hidden number assigned to them that have nothing to do with IVs. It's entirely possible to have a shiny pokemon with perfect IVs.
Although IVs did determine if a pokemon was shiny in generation I and possibly II.
The chances of finding a shiny Pokemon is normally 1 in 8192. That's a 0.0122% chance of finding one. The exact probability of encountering a shiny Pokemon is calculated as follows. The game generates four random numbers ranging from 0 to 65535. These are represented as binary numbers, 16 bits in length. The bitwise operation "exclusive or" is performed on each of the numbers, resulting in a single binary number in the range 0 to 65535. If this number is less than 8, the Pokemon is shiny. Hence the probability of this occuring is 8/65536 or 1/8192.
Also if you use a pokeradar, you can increase your chances of getting a shiny to about 1/200 if you get a chain of 40. Chaining pokemon is a bit difficult, but doable.
Also I learned something new.
I never fully played through generations 1 and 2, I always thought the deeper complexity of the remakes were better.