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Tips for Forcing a Wild Shumoga

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Does anyone have any advice for successfully forcing a wild Shumoga? I have tried many times, but every single attempt has resulted in a dead egg. I usually wait until the egg is down to just about four days and has a large hole. Is there anything I should be doing differently, or is this just a run of bad luck?

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48 minutes ago, UnicornMaiden said:

I usually wait until the egg is down to just about four days and has a large hole.

Might not want to do that. In quaking trials with large holes and low times, I consistently got deaths (or worse, certain eggs eating up all my quakes without budging)

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In my experience, eggs with 5.5 days left and big holes, or eggs with 4.5 days left and small/medium holes (measures in unincubated times), do best at survival. Try adjusting to those times/viewcounts instead and see if that works out for you?

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Took a clearer screenshot of stats to show what the numbers actually mean.

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Agreeing with Lushwave, every single success I've had with Shumogas (and green Cantors) have been on eggs with 5 days or more. Most had less than last-stage holes, too. 

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I've had successes at all stages. Even brand new eggs. Just for the record....

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12 hours ago, Lushwave said:

(or worse, certain eggs eating up all my quakes without budging)

 

Yeah no kidding, I had a shumoga around 4 days with a big hole survive 16 whole earthquake attempts. Still died, too.

 

I second the recommendations for over 5 days with lots of stats, or lower time but lower stats too. There's always a risk but after having entire batches die on me repeatedly, this method got me better results.

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