So I was just curious, I’m trying to hatch (eventually) an Oranguru for Doubles with 0Spe. IVs for Trick Room/Shuckle shenans, and I have to breed that 0Spe IV down thru like 7 different pokémon to get it to the Oranguru.
Right now, I’m trying to get a male shellos to breed with a female bidoof, and so on, but I’m getting really unlucky. So I decided to keep saving until I was literally one step away from hatching it, then I started soft-resetting.
However, I’ve done this 4 times so far, and I’m going to continue doing it after I ask this question, but each time it’s been a female. 4 for 4. I haven’t been checking the Nature of it, so I don’t know if it’s exaclty the same each time.
So my question is, is an egg that you receive from the daycare ALWAYS going to be the same, or can it vary? Does anyone else know?
So, theoretically, is it possible to SR to get the right nature/gender??
Bonus Question: Along the same lines, if a Pokémon’s gender ratio is 50-50 (male-female) then if I get only two eggs and run around till they hatch, without getting more, am I guaranteed to have one be male, and the other one be female?
And bonus-bonus points question: could you SR for a Shiny in this way?
thanks, and sorry that was so much, and confusing too.
Basically, 3 questions in one; sorry.
1. Does soft resetting a given egg change the outcome as far as stats, gender, and nature, when you hatch it?
2. Are the gender ratios given, or are they just a %chance?
3. Can you SR egg, I guess as many times as 4000 or whatever, and get a Shiny?