1. Routes with less pokemon are better for chaining, having more grass is also better but it depends on what you're after. Don't be afraid trying everywhere. If the place is not ideal you might try Friend Safari, if the pokemon is there or Masuda Method.
Originally Posted by Regiultima
2. Stock on repels! I recomend getting the silver ones. If you can, buy 999. Prepare your team with pokemon that can OHKO, have false swipe (up to you) and have status inflicting moves (sleep, preferencially).
3. Use your pokemon move's PP in order to keep track of your chain. Don't be afraid to reset your radar if you don't like the patches you got, you'll be doing that a lot. Be patient.
Also, in order not to waste your repels try saving before you start chaining and use a repel after you found the pokemon you want to chain. If the chain breaks, just soft reset.
Edit: Oh, save after you get a shiny. Even if the chain breaks afterwards, you can soft reset and don't lose the one you caught.
Last edited by alakazam^; 12th November 2013 at 12:18 PM.
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