Arceus Shiny Exploit Makes Hunting Easier

A Pokemon Legends Arceus trainer prepares to throw a Pokeball.

Screenshots: Pokémon Company

Pokémon Legend: Arceus didn’t launch with nearly as many exploits as last year Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining pearls redo, but the player still manages to uncover a specific glitch that has enormous consequences for Shiny hunting. Want to start scratching with Shinies and enjoy them to all your friends? Here’s how to do it.

Trick, first found by Twitter user Kqttling (through the Polygon), revolves around Pokémon that spawn specifically from trees, rocks, chests, and other hiding places. By following the specific steps below, you can create exact copies of any Arceus Pokémon hide in these objects to respawn continuously. While that means you can’t clone every shiny Pokémon this way, it still makes it a lot easier to hunt down a large number of them.

Steps, follow the video tutorial of Kqttlingas follows:

  • Turn off autosave
  • Select a map with caves that require you to press A to enter
  • Find the shaking Pokémon you want to clone
  • Save your game
  • Enter the cave and wait there for 30 minutes (time spent in battle does not count)
  • Return to the spawn and it will shake again

YouTuber PhillyBeatzU tested this method a few times, and while he didn’t find any shiny Pokémon to copy, he did verify that the Pokémon he received were exact copies of each other, depending on their registration numbers. . In addition to allowing you to give unlimited Shiny Gravelers to your friends, mining is also perfect for one of the Pokémon Legend: Arceus‘most serious quest:’To bloom or not to bloom

It requires capturing a Cherrim and maxing its Pokédex entry. Cheriim is a rarely-started search, and it only spawns from trees, and it is very good at escaping Pokéballs. To make things worse, Cherrim can transform during battle, and once it happens can no longer be captured. thanks to a current glitch. This new Shadow Hunt exploit, while still time consuming, will give the player an unlimited number of shots when trying to capture one.

I found a Cherrim midway Pokémon Legend: Arceus and caught it on the first try. That’s probably the almighty Sinnoh’s way of making up for the fact that 25 hours into the game, I still haven’t found a big Buizel. Arceus Shiny Exploit Makes Hunting Easier

James Brien

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