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Ok, from the top. I breeded my Blaziken with a Ditto, right? It evolved normally like it should and as I raised it. Then as it evolved into Blaziken, it did'nt come out the same hot red color like it's father, it came out in a lighter red color? Also, about the father Blaziken, I gotten it through link trade from someone in Columbia..just 3 years ago? Why didn't the breeded Blaziken came out the same color? Sorry if this sounds weird..

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The chance that the father of your own blaziken was shiny is very high, since that a shiny blaziken is always darker then a normal one(see sprites below)

Normal Blaziken

 [![Blaziken](http://img.pokemondb.net/sprites/black-white/normal/blaziken.png)](http://pokemondb.net/sprites/blaziken)

Shiny Blaziken
Blaziken

Hope this made this clear

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Is there are star next to your father Blaziken's name? If so, then your original Blaziken is SHINY. If there isn't a star, I don't know what to tell you.

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Yes, theres a star next to the father Blazikan name.
You are incredibly lucky. Shinies are very rare.
Yes, yes they are!