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For those that don't know, the Masuda Method (a fan made term named after the programmer who coded it this way) is a way to breed Pokémon with a higher chance of getting shiny Pokémon. You simply breed a foreign Pokémon with a native one on your game and it could work. The chances increase about 4x the normal amount, so it's slightly easier.
I have gotten a shiny Magikarp after about 150 eggs, and so far that's my only one I've bred that's shiny.
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