What is the deal behind the rustling grass patch stuff? People say that you can see a shaking grass patch to get rarer pokemon or something, but I have been playing for about 4-5 hours, have my 1st badge and am working on my 2nd, and I have never seen it.
What's the deal with this shaking grass stuff? Does it actually get you better pokemon and how rare is it?
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It is fairly rare. Sometimes while just walking you may notice grass rustilng, dirt in caves springing up, or a shadow with bubble on water. If you walk onto these before you encounter a battle then you can battle a rare pokemon (usually tabunne, moguryu/doryuuzu, and mamanbou respectively) or sometimes recieve an item. I've played for about 20 hours and I've only seen about a dozen times for all three combined. Its all about luck I guess.
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They're not really rare... You just have to walk around until the grass patch starts shaking. I did this in order to train my pokemon on wild Tabunnes. I had the grass in view and just walked around outside of the grass until i saw a patch shake. Then i went towards it and encountered Tabunnes... It's the same thing in caves, water, and bridges.
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I've seen Tabunnes (of course) and once i did see an Emonga. I have yet to find an item in the grass or water though. In the cave i find a lot of those "jewels" and on bridges i find those "wings". Also here's a list that serebii has: http://serebii.net/blackwhite/wildchanges.shtml
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You can get the monkeys as well as doreida/erufuun in the first forest too. Emonga pops up occasionally along some routes too. But yeah as said before, wild dragonite, tyranitar and metagross is pretty awesome.