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Shiny Pokémon in my egg?

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If you have a egg and its have a other color than normal is there than a shiny inside the egg???

asked Jul 15, 2013 by coolboy

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You can't tell if the Pokemon is shiny until it actually hatches. Whether or not the Pokemon will be shiny is determined the moment you pick up the egg from the Day Care man.

answered Jul 15, 2013 by Jofly
selected Aug 21, 2013 by Pokenubz
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you can not have a different colour egg unless you hack. So No, not likely. there is a 1/8194 Chance of it being shiny (Or something like that.) unless you use the masuda method, it goes to a 1/1920 chance.(Or something Like that.) and if you use the shiny charm and the masuda method it goes to a 1/1023 (I think.) and there arnt any different-Coloured eggs, and you don't know if its shiny until you hatch it. I hope I helped! Source: my brain. ~PokeFlamey

answered Jul 15, 2013 by PokeFlamey
edited Jul 15, 2013 by PokeFlamey
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There are two different kinds of eggs. One is the normal egg - cream with light green spots. Then there is an irregularly blue egg with a red circle in the middle. This egg was only obtainable from Pokemon Mystery Dungeon and it only contained Manaphy.
So, the colouring off the egg will not be different. Unless you have applied a method (e.g. Masuda Method) or a hack, or you possess the Shiny Charm (Gen 5) then the chances of a shiny hatching out of an egg is 1/8192. The egg will not be another colour.
Hope I Helped. :)

answered Jul 15, 2013 by !'•-Indigo-•'!