If there’s any indicator that today is your lucky day, it’s probably one of the top ones in the form of a Reddit user who just posted that she hatched three glowing fukokos in a row. A post over at r/ShinyPokemon, a pretty self-explanatory subreddit, is currently piqued the interest of its members in the form of a Redditor who claims to have hatched three Shiny Fukokos in a row.  If you need more information about Pokemon SV Player Beats Impossible Odds With Insane Shiny Hatching Chain then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Pokemon SV Player Beats Impossible Odds With Insane Shiny Hatching Chain:

Shiny Pokémon are super rare versions of Pokémon that appear with a different color scheme. Generally speaking, your chances of running into a Shiny Pokémon are about 1 in 4,096. But now fans have discovered a Pokémon Scarlet and Violet exploit that makes it incredibly easy to catch one in under an hour, and doesn’t require any special items.

The post is picking up steam as people come across one of the most likely things to happen during luminary hunting. A redditor by the name of upper_department2790 even commented that the chances of this happening are about 1 in 134,217,728—and that’s with the Masuda Method and Shiny Charms. That’s more than winning the lottery, which is 1 in 13,983,816.

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The poster details how many eggs they hatched before the three glowing eggs hatch, and apparently, they actually hatched 5 glowing fucocos. The first was from the 272nd egg, the second from the 738th egg, and then three consecutive shinys from the 1095th, 1096th and 1097th eggs

The overall response to the post is positive, with most of them congratulating the poster, but there are some who are lamenting their fate. One Redditor commented that they are on their 1000th egg but they still don’t have any sparklers, even though they are using the Masuda method. Another redditor told the OP to buy lottery tickets while they were at it.

The Masuda Method, for the uninitiated, is a breeding method that increases the chances of hatching a Shiny Pokémon from an egg. It earned its name because it was actually a blog post by Junichi Masuda, co-founder of Game Freak, that revealed the method to the public. It’s simple: just breed your Pokémon with each other whose native language is different from the one you’re playing. Doing so will increase your chances of shining fivefold!

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