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The pokeradar chaining isn’t hard, besides the fact that othe rpokemon appears and break my chain. Is there a way to make that happen less?

Use repel. It doesn’t stop Pokémon from appearing due to the Pokeradar, but it does stop other Pokémon that would disrupt your chain.
I meant the Pokémon you aren’t chaining appearing with pokeradar
Oh, my bad.
That didn’t help anything
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Why did you emphasize "ful" in helpful? If it was just help it would be useful. If it was full of something that's not helpful, then obviously you don't want them to link you that.
I thought it would help. I'm sorry if anyone was affected by my garbage help. Thank you PK soooo much. You're definitely critiquing in a kind way

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First of all, you need lots of max repels and poke balls. You should find an area with a bunch of grass. You can't use your bike, roller skates or anything else. You will need to have your pokeradar registered. Walk into the middle of the grass, use your repel, and use your pokeradar.

Once you find your first Pokemon, catch it or make it faint. After that, watch for the grass that shakes. If it has sparkles, then you got your shiny. If the grass shakes slowly, then your chain could break due to a high chances of another Pokemon. If the grass shakes at a medium speed, you have about a 50/50 chance of encountering the same Pokemon. Fast shaking grass has a high chances of having the same Pokemon.

Using the rule above, you will want to step into the grass that is 4 steps away from where you are at. You don't want to go past that or go to the borders. Even if it is 4 steps away and it is slow, don't take it. If there are no good patches of grass, walk another 50 steps and try again. Once you reach 40, your chances will be 1/200. Remember that finding shiny Pokemon will end the chain.

Hunting Pokemon with low encounter rates can be harder. Hope this helped!

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