So I know that chaining eggs mutiplies the chance of hatching a shiny Pokemon. But what is the *original* percent chance for an egg to be shiny? It's useless to know I have a 105% bonus multiplier when I don't know what I'm getting 105% of.
Not angry, just confused. It isn't in the Shiny or Shiny Hunting wiki pages :(
I don't think anyone knows the actual 'accurate percentage'?
That's on purpose apparently so if I say like "1/4000" people won't say "But I didn't get a shiny at 4000"
My first language is french! So sorry in advance for misunderstanding xD
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yep, they're purposefully not disclosed. i asked a similar thing about the albino base rates because i was curious, and i was told that the base chances were kept hidden on purpose.
you know how in the actual pokemon games its a 1/4096 chance of getting a shiny? and how when some people do methods in pokemon x or y of radar chaining, they say it's a 1/200 chance at max odds? pokefarm decided not to disclose something like that, something like an actual fraction, otherwise people would be complaining to the mods like "i didn't get a shiny in 200 eggs" or something similar.
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Thanks to everyone who explained!