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you can catch a shiny in diamond pearl platinum or any other game but they are 1 in about 8000


You can find a Shiny Stone in Route 228 in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. In Pokemon Platinum, you can also find a Shiny Stone on Iron Island.


Pokerus happens at random, it is about as rare a finding a shiny pokemon.


Its hard to get shiny Pokemon but the best way to get shiny Pokemon without cheats is to use a poke radar in Pokemon diamond and pearl or platinum.


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Yes, it is possible to get shiny Pokemon in either Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Heartgold or Soulsilver. To get Shiny Pokemon, you must use the PokeRadar and defeat all the kinds of Pokemon. Then, move to a different area and battle (and capture) wild Pokemon there. Eventually, you'll come across a shiny Pokemon that you've recently captured.


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Pokemon platinum, pearl and diamond have no built in cheat codes so there is no so called cheats, but if you have Action Replay it comes with a built in all shiny code. Hope this Helps


To get a shiny Pokemon try using the poke radar


In Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, the Shiny Stone can be found in Route 228 and on Iron Island. In the Pokemon Platinum, it can be found in these locations and in Route 210 as well.


In the Pokemon underground. Shiny stones can be found on Route 228 or on Iron Island in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl. In Pokemon Platinum, there is also one on Route 210 that can be found with the Dowsing Machine.


Shiny Stones were not available in Pokemon Red, Blue, Yellow, Silver, Gold, Crystal, Sapphire, and Ruby. It first appeared in Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum and the games beyond that.



in Pokemon diamond and pearl you get it on iron island.


1/8192. If you're in Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum and have chained a Pokemon species up to 40, however, the chance increases to 1/200, but you have to find a shiny patch in order to successfully get that particular shiny.



The golden Geodude is actually a shiny Geodude. The Shiny rate in Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum is 1/8192, which is very rare and random. There's no exact way of obtaining a shiny Geodude, except by luckily encountering it in the wild or by hatching it.


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The chance of encountering a shiny Pokemon is 1 in 8192. That does not mean that for every 8192 Pokemon you encounter, the next one will be shiny.In Generation IV (Diamond/Pearl/Platinum) using the item called Poke' Radar can raise your chances of finding a shiny Pokemon.Happy chaining!


The only easy way of getting shiny Pokemon is by using a cheat code or device. Otherwise, encountering shiny Pokemon is a matter of chance and those chances are very rare. In Pokemon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum, when standing on a Shiny patch of grass while using the Pokeradar, it is a 1/200 chance of getting a Shiny.


Yes, you can find shiny Pokemon in Pokemon dimond, pearl, platinum, black and white. To find them it is usually luck or on Pokemon platinum and dimond/pearl you can use the poke radar. You can also get them when there is a shiny Pokemon event at toys r us or gamestop. Hope that helps :)


They are unobtainable, except if you transfer from Diamond, Pearl and Platinum. Or managed to get the Shiny Event for them just before Pokemon X and Y's release.


Pokemon X and Y cannot trade with Diamond, Pearl and Platinum.


in Pokemon diamond and pearl, its in iron island



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