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If you breed a shiny Ditto with another genderless Pokemon, will the Pokemon hatched from the egg be shiny?

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asked Aug 13, 2012 by Nightcat
edited Aug 13, 2012 by Pokemaster

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There is no guarantee it will be shiny. The chance is the same as usual, 1/8192, unless the Ditto and other Pokemon are from different-language games (e.g. Japanese and English) then the chances are increased a bit.

answered Aug 13, 2012 by Pokemaster
selected Aug 16, 2012 by Nightcat
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No you can only obtain shinies in the wild or breed Masuda method.(a pokemon from a different country and your own)

answered Aug 13, 2012 by The Fallen $eraph
i dont see why it was downvoted this answer is fine and technically still right
I didn't vote this down but you don't have to use mesuda method to get shiny. Normal breeding can also give you shinies
in heart gold I caught a shiny Pidgey.
Cool story bro.
I caught a Shiny Patrat.
I randomly found/caught a shiny pidove in Black 2 at Floccesy Ranch. I was so pround and happy. I didn't know what to nickname her though so I randomly named it Sparkles. lol
Cool. I found a Shiny Wild Audino (Female) and caught it. Gave it the name Shinedo
I found a shiny a year ago but it just so happen that it was a trainers pokemon

:_:  *sniff*