Let's be honest, it does. Especially at the lower levels of an RPG. The only thing worse than griding is the obligatory fetch quests that are packed into the entry levels of a role-playing game. If only there were someway to automate the entire experience and skip over all of the requisite drudgery.
Some enterprising genius has done just that. A Pokemon hunter has constructed a device that automatically detect Shiny Pokemon. Why this person isn't programming Mars Landers for NASA is beyond us. Here's how it all works: since shiny Pokemon burn brighter than your normal pocket monsters, they take a little longer to load than your sad, dull Pokemon. This device has been integrated witha a light sensor that detects said lag in loading the Shiny Pokemon. When the bottom of the screen stays dark for a moment longer than it should, you've detected a Shiny. It should be noted that Shiny Pokemon aren't statistically superior in any way, they just happen to be brilliantly lit.
Watch the video to see just how the whole thing works.
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