‘Pokemon Sun and Moon' Latest News & Update: Shiny Charm for Catching Shiny Pokemon Explained; Flame Body Pokemon & Island Charm

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Dec 21, 2016 10:32 AM EST

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" players are always looking for the Shiny Pokemon even when they do not provide any stat bonuses over regular Pokemon. The Shiny Pokemon are the rarest and extremely sought after. While chances of encountering Shiny Pokemon in the wild are almost zero, there is an item known as Shiny Charm that increases a player's chances of catching one.

According to Tech.Mic, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" players can get the Shiny Charm only after he has completed the Alola Pokedex. Those who are not aware, the Alola Pokedex consist of the Melemele, Akala, Ula'ula and Poni Pokédexes. The Shiny Charm is received as a reward and to acquire that players need to catch all Pokemon in Alola and then visit the Game Director on Heahea City.

If a player has not visited him earlier, it can be a bit tough to locate him. There is a building on the left of the Dimensional Research Lab. He can be found on the second floor in an orange short and gray shirt. One will have to initiate several conversations with him to make him stamp every page in the player's passport. Once he gives the final stamp for completing the Alola Pokedex, the "Pokemon Sun and Moon" player will receive the Shiny Charm.

On the other hand, players who want to catch three Pokemon with Flame Body, early in the game, they may use the Island Scan on a Saturday in Melemele Island. Flame Body Pokemon include Fletchinder on Route 8 at Akala Island's northernmost part, Magby at Wela Volcano Park and Litwick at Hau'oli Cemetery, reports Tech Times.

Pokemon breeders in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" are aware of the fact that raising the creatures is not an easy job. Hence, knowing how to hatch eggs fast could come handy, which we will cover in our next report. Stay tuned on GameNGuide for more updates on "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

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