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Spinda always has a unique Face Pattern,

Although many patterns are just blotchy some are quite interesting, I sort of collect them.

You can copy this Base to show of some of your own

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These are some of mine
War paint
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Two Face
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Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:11 pm
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lol, The two face one you have is creepy.

I don't really collect Spinda, I don't find them that interesting. There are 4,294,967,296 different Spinda spot combinations :shock: .

Here's my only spinda:

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Not really special or anything.

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The Spinda I have in my Emerald looks somewhat like this, although the little patch by the mouth should be a little more rounded.

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Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:03 pm
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How did you figure that many possibilities?


Thu Mar 19, 2009 7:06 pm
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It's based completely around the Personality Value, a hidden factor in the games. Well, due to the game's coding and things like hexadecimal/binary, the possibilities pile up to 2^32 (2 to the power of 32). Well, that's 4 billion, 294 million, 967 thousand and 296. 4,294,967,296. If you also count shiny sprites, that is (4,294,967,296 x 2). A lot.

Also, the chances of one encountering two non-shiny Spinda with the same spots is so unlikely that no-one may ever get two Spinda with same spots. Besides, it's rarer than a pokemon coming out of the wild having both Shininess and Pokerus.

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Fri Mar 20, 2009 12:32 am
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I alway thought it was based on pixels.


Fri Mar 20, 2009 7:23 pm
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My first and only shiny to capture (other than the red gyarados ) was a shiny Spinda....i thought this to be extra good because there is an even lower chance of anyone else getting the same shiny spinda as me b/c of the different spots!


Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:42 pm
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i found a red gyarados.

thought i coudl catch it.
it used outrage.
it was near death and as it truns out, shiny's are harder to nab.
it died
i got really ticked off.

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Hyperbole wrote:
It's based completely around the Personality Value, a hidden factor in the games. Well, due to the game's coding and things like hexadecimal/binary, the possibilities pile up to 2^32 (2 to the power of 32). Well, that's 4 billion, 294 million, 967 thousand and 296. 4,294,967,296. If you also count shiny sprites, that is (4,294,967,296 x 2). A lot.



Heh, that's pretty cool. I've always wanted a Spinda that had a spot over each eye so that it would look a bit more like a panda. Never really had the good fortune for it, I guess.

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Sat Mar 28, 2009 8:59 pm
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I found them in RSE because they are so much more common, I found those ones in less than hour.


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