Shiny Gengar is among the game’s most potent ghost-type Pokemon with its Lick and psychic abilities. Its various fantasy forms of evolution, such as Gastly and Mega Ganger make it a prized Pokémon. You’re in for a real treat if you want to catch this extremely rare and cunning Pokemon. There will be a slew of Mega Gengar raid battles in Pokemon Go this month. It’s all a part of Pokemon GO’s year-long celebration of its mobile games becoming six years old. The best way to get a Shiny Ganger is to participate in the limited-time event, and this guide will help you get started.
Pokemon Go: How to Get Shiny Gengar
During Gengar spotlight hours, Shiny Gengar can be found more frequently in the wild. Incense will lure the Pokemon closer, improving your chances of catching them. If you want to boost your chances of encountering Gengar in the wild, you can use a lure at any PokeStop. You should also pack as much gear as you can for the hunt.
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This necessitates the employment of lures such as Razz Berries, ultra-balls, and great balls to catch the Pokemon. If you recall, Gengar’s evolution is dependent on being traded, therefore its trainers consider it to be a royal Pokémon. If you ever find yourself in possession of one, please take good care of it.
Where to find Shiny Gengar
Shiny Gengar, incidentally, can be found in the same areas as regular Gengar, which makes sense given that they are essentially the same Pokémon with slight cosmetic differences. Or you could just evolve your Haunter into a Ganger. Ghastly’s level 25 dual-type offspring, Haunter, can be traded or subjected to a connecting cord to evolve into Gengar. An item made its debut in Pokemon Legends: Arceus called the Linking Cord. Similar to the effect of the Leaf Stone.
So, if you want Ganger, trade your Haunter Pokemon to a friend, and then either get it back or use the cable. But why would you even care about Shiny Ganger? All I can say is that its numbers are staggering. Review them here:
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