Marti Epolito asked, updated on March 31st, 2021; Topic:
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To use the Poké Radar, you first have to charge it up by walking 50 steps. Then you have to be standing in grass or flowers where wild pokémon can appear. When you use the radar, some patches of grass around you will shake. Those shaking patches have wild pokémon.
Really, how does the Pokeradar work? The Radar only works in short grass, so you'll have to find some. Use a repel, which will make it so you only encounter the Pokémon found in the shaking grass (granted your first party Pokémon is a higher level than the wild Pokémon in the area). Also, make sure you're not on your bike.
Even more, can you use Pokeradar in friend safari?
3 Answers. The most likely solution to your problem is that you are in a place where you can't use the Poke Radar, such as at the Friend Safari or in tall grass.
What breaks a PokeRadar chain?
Levelling up or learning a new move will not break your chain. Selecting another key item will break your chain. That's why when chaining, you should only have the Poke Radar on the Y button and nothing else, so you won't make the mistake of selecting something other than the radar.
a poke radar is an item that you get after completing the sinnoh dex or the game (sorry I forgot) it allows you to find Pokemons from other regions in distinct routes although not every time you use it a other region Pokemon shows up it'll take a while for that to happen.
You need to encounter the SAME POKEMON you want shiny 40 times. You need to either faint or catch it to continue the chain. Each time you encounter it, you're odds of finding a shiny patch of grass increase.
Pal Park (Japanese: パルパーク Pal Park) is a special Pokémon preserve present in the five Generation IV core series games, located at the east end of Route 221 in Sinnoh and in Fuchsia City in place of the Safari Zone in Kanto.
The PokéRadar allows you to guarantee a Wild Pokémon appearence. However with the National Dex in your possession you will be able to find Pokémon that aren't in the Sinnoh Dex. The way the PokéRadar works is that when you use it in Grass without your bike, you will see the grass start to rustle.
If the shiny rate in the friend safari truly is 1/512, then by the type of distribution the data should possess (binomial), you always have nearly a 20% chance of finding a shiny within the next 100 encounters. That's a pretty decent chance.
Are Shiny Pokémon Any Stronger? It's easy to think that a super rare variant of a Pokémon would be much stronger than its normal counterparts, but the reality is, unless you're playing in Pokémon Gold, Silver, or Crystal, the answer is a definite no, Shiny Pokémon are not any stronger or weaker than normal Pokémon!
Encounter Chaining is when you encounter the same Pokemon over and over again while attempting to hunt a Shiny Pokemon of that specific Pokemon. To properly increase your Encounter Chain you need to defeat the same Pokemon over and over without fainting another Pokemon that isn't the one you are Chaining.