I’m breeding a Pokémon from my region and a Pokémon from another region. Is the chance of getting a shiny higher or still the same?

  • Note that it's specifically two parents from different languages. The region doesn't matter, and it doesn't matter if either of them are your own as long as they're different from each other. – John Montgomery Feb 9 '20 at 4:49

Its going to be higher because of the Masuda Method.

The Masuda method involves breeding two Pokémon created in games of different languages. An Egg resulting from such a pairing will have a higher likelihood of being Shiny.

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    What is the masuda method? – Robbie Feb 8 '20 at 21:45

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