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All Normal Shiny Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

All Normal Shiny Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet
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Shiny Pokémon are color-patterned variations of a Pokémon. Collectors value them for their rarity and one-of-a-kind appearance. Shiny Pokémon have a different color palette than regular Pokémon, and they are typically brighter and more brilliant. Shiny Normal Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet can be obtained by encountering or breeding them in the wild. Shiny Pokémon are uncommon in general. Here are all the Shiny Normal Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet.

Shiny Lechonk

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Shiny Lechonk has a significant color difference compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its body from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, the Pokemon League, and South Province Areas One, Two, Three, Four, and Five.

Shiny Oinkologne (Male)

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Lechonk, Shiny Oinkologne (Male) has a simple but big difference in color compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its entire body color to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas Three and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Oinkologne (Female)

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Just like its male counterpart, Shiny Oinkologne (Female) also has a simple but very noticeable difference in color compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its whole body’s color to pink from a dark brown color. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas Three and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Fletchling

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Shiny Fletchling has a slight but discernible color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. In its normal form, it has sky-blue feathers, but in its shiny variant, its feathers turn brown. This shiny can be located in South Province Areas One and Two and Area Five.

Shiny Yungoos

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This shiny has a noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its hair, back, and belly to purple. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, East Province Areas One, Two, and Three, the  Inlet Grotto, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, and Five, and West Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Gumshoos

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Yungoos, Shiny Gumshoos has a small but noticeable change in their color. It changes the color of its hair, back, and belly to pink. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Asado Desert, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Areas One, Two, and Three, Glaseado Mountain, the Inlet Grotto, North Province Areas One, Three, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, West Province Areas One, Two, and Three.

Shiny Skwovet

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the Shiny version of Skwovet has a significantly different appearance. From a dark gray and black color, the entirety of its body transforms into a pink and magenta hue. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Greedent

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Skwovet, the change in color of Shiny Greedent is barely noticeable. it only changes the shade of its color to a slightly lighter shade. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Area One, South Province Area Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Happiny

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The change in color of Shiny Happiny is something you can easily miss. It only changes the shade of its pink body to a darker pink. You can catch this shiny at the Pokemon League, South Province Area One, South Province Area Two, Three, and Five, West Province Area One

Shiny Chansey

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Shiny Chansey looks completely different from its non-shiny version. It changes its whole color palette from light pink and pink to cream and green. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, East Province Area Two, North Province Areas One, Two, and Three, South Province Area Six, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Blissey

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Chansey, Shiny Blissey’s change in color is barely noticeable and can easily be missed. It simply lightens the shade of its original colors from pink to light pink. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One, Two, and Three.

Shiny Azurill

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The color of Shiny Azurill is noticeably different from that of its non-shiny counterpart, and the distinction is difficult to overlook. It goes through an entire transformation, going from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, South Province Area One, Two, and Five.

Shiny Igglybuff

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The difference in the color of Shiny Igglybuff, compared to its non-shiny variant, is barely noticeable. It just darkens the shade of its color to a pink from light pink. You can catch this shiny at  Pokemon League, South Province Area One, South Province Area Two.

Shiny Jigglypuff

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Igglybuff, Shiny Jigglypuff’s color differs and is very easy to miss. It simply lightens the colors ever so slightly and changes the color of its eyes from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Two and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Wigglytuff

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The color difference between a Shiny Wigglytuff and a normal Wigglytuff is barely there, just as it was with its pre-evolutions. It merely turns a darker shade of pink, the only change in its appearance. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area One.

Shiny Tandemaus

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The difference in color between Shiny Tandemaus and its regular form is very easy to miss. It simply changes the color of its shirt and pants to silver to grom powder blue. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three, The  Pokemon League, and West Province Area Two and Three.

Shiny Maushold (Family of Three)

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Tandemaus, Shiny Maushold (Family of Three) barely has a color difference compared to its non-shiny version.  It just changes the color of its shirt and pants to silver to grom powder blue. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Tandemaus.

Shiny Maushold (Family of Four)

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Like its pre-evolution and alternate form, Shiny Maushold (Family of Four)’s color change is easy to miss. It only changes the color of its shirt and pants to silver to grom powder blue. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Tandemaus.

Shiny Slakoth

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the Shiny form of Slakoth has a significantly different color scheme. It goes from having a cream-colored body to having a pink body overall. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area One, Three, and Five

Shiny Vigoroth

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Slakoth, Shiny Vigoroth’s color difference is barely noticeable. It just changes the shade of its body and its hair color to orange from red. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Area One, South Province Areas Three and Five, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Slaking

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Vigoroth, Shiny Slaking’s color difference is easy to miss. It simply changes the shade of its colors to a darker shade of brown. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area Two and Socarrat Trail.

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Shiny Smoliv

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Shiny Smoliv’s color difference is so small you can easily miss it. It changes the shade of its body to slightly darker than normal, and it changes the color of its olive from yellow to black. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Two.

Shiny Dolliv

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Smoliv, Shiny Dolliv’s color changes are easier to spot. It changes its shade to a darker color, but the change is so significant you can spot the difference; it also changes the color of the olive to black from yellow. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, North Province Area Three, and the Tagtree Thicket.

Shiny Arboliva

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Shiny Arboliva’s color transformation is simple but significant, just like that of Shiny Dolliv. Its leaves become dark green, and the olive tints become black as they transform. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Dolliv.

Shiny Starly

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Shiny Starly’s color difference is somewhat noticeable when you see it in the wild. It just changes the shade of the colors to a light brown shade. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, and Four.

Shiny Staravia

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Starly, Shiny Staravia’s color difference can easily be missed. It just shifts the shade from black and gray to brownish-black and brownish-gray. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Four and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Staraptor

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Staravia, Shiny Staraptor’s color change is more defined. It changes its feather color from black to brown. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and South Province Area Three.

Shiny Squawkabilly (Green Plumage)

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(Green Plumage) Shiny Squawkabilly’s color change is very minimal — it barely has any. It simply changes the color of its hair from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three and  West Province Area One.

Shiny Squawkabilly  (Blue Plumage)

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Like its other forms (Blue Plumage), Shiny Squawkabilly barely has a color change. It just changes the color of its hair from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three and  West Province Area One

Shiny Squawkabilly (Yellow Plumage)

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(Yellow Plumage) Shiny Squawkabilly color difference can be easily missed. It only changes the color of its hair from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three and  West Province Area One.

Shiny Squawkabilly (White Plumage)

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Like its other forms (White Plumage), Shiny Squawkabilly’s difference from its non-shiny form is barely noticeable. The only difference is the color of its hair which changes from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three and  West Province Area One.

Shiny Meowth (Kantonanian Form)

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Shiny Meowth (Kantonanian Form) has a small but fairly noticeable difference in color compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its light brown accents to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Three and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Persian

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Shiny Persian’s color difference is easy to miss because it’s barely noticeable. It only makes the body slightly lighter, and the inner ear becomes pink. You can catch this shiny at West Province Area Three and South Province Area Four.

Shiny Eevee

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Shiny Eevee looks completely different from its non-shiny form. Its color makes it look like it came from a vintage black-and-white movie. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Two and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Dunsparce

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This Shiny Dunsparce has a fairly noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its blue accents to pink. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Area Zero, Asado Desert, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area One, Two, and Three, South Province Area One, Three, Four, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Dudunsparce (Two-Segment Form)

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Like its pre-evolution, Shiny Dudunsparce (Two-Segment Form) has little but is easy to spot.  It swaps the color of the blue accents on its body for pink. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero.

Shiny Dudunsparce (Three-Segment Form)

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This shiny, much like its other form, has a simple but obvious change in color compared to its nonshiny counterpart. It changes the color of the blue accents on its body to pink. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero.

Shiny Deerling (Spring Form)

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The difference between the Shiny Deerling (Spring Form) and its ordinary form is nearly indiscernible. The only alteration is that the yellow highlights on its body become pink. You can get this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, Three, Four, and Five.

Shiny Deerling (Summer Form)

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The Shiny Deerling, in its Summer Form, has very few distinguishing characteristics from its more common counterpart. The only difference is that the yellow highlights on its body become pink. This shiny can be found in East Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Deerling (Autumn Form)

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Shiny Deerling’s Autumn Form is similar to its other forms in that the difference between it and its non-shiny counterpart is not particularly significant. It goes from having yellow highlights on its body to having pink accents. You can get this shiny at West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Deerling (Winter Form)

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The color shift of the Shiny Deerling is similarly subtle to those of its other forms, including its Winter Form. It goes from having yellow highlights to having pink accents on its body. You can get this shiny at Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Spring Form)

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Shiny Sawsbuck (Spring Form)’s color change is hardly noticeable. It just changes the color of its coat from dark brown to light brown. You can get this shiny by going to South Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck at your party. Sawsbuck will change form depending on your location within Paldea.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Summer Form)

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Just like its other forms, the appearance of a shiny Sawsbuck (Summer Form) differs little from that of a non-shiny version. It just shifts the color from dark brown to lighter brown. You can get this shiny by going to East Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck included in your party. 

Shiny Sawsbuck (Autumn Form)

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Deerling, the difference in appearance between Shiny Sawsbuck (Autumn Form) and the others is negligible. It just shifts the hue of its color to a lighter brown. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Sawsbuck (Winter Form)

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Shiny Sawsbuck (Winter Form) has an easy-to-overlook change in color. It merely changes its body color from dark brown to lighter brown. This shiny can be obtained by traveling to North Paldea with Shiny Sawsbuck included in your party.

Related | All Shiny Grass Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

Shiny Girafarig

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The change in color of Shiny Girafarig is barely noticeable and easy to miss. It changes the color of its nose, back ridges, and hooves to blue. You can cats this shiny at Area Zero, West Province Area Three, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Farigiraf

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Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Girafarig, Shiny Farigiraf has a significant change in its color palette. It changes its palette from pink, yellow, and brown to white blue, and dark brown. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero.

Shiny Shroodle

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Shiny Shroodle has a fairly noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its eye color and tongue to purple and pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas One, and Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Grafaiai

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This shiny has a pretty significant color change compared to its non-shiny variants. It changes its color palette to silver, gray, red, yellow, and violet. You can catch this shiny at the Tagtree Thicket, Casseroya Lake, and North Province Area Two.

Shiny Stantler

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Shiny Stantler has a huge color difference compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body color to neon green from brown, giving him that alien look. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Three, and Five.

Shiny Ditto

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This shiny has an entirely different color compared to its regular version. It changes its entire body color to blue from pink. You can catch this shiny at West Province Areas Two and Three. Note that it may be disguised as another Pokémon.

Shiny Teddiursa

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Shiny Teddiursa looks completely different from its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its light brown fur to neon green fur. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One and North Province Area Two.

Shiny Ursaring

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Teddiursa, Shiny Ursaring has a significant color change compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its brown fur to neon green fur. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage and North Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Zangoose

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Shiny Zangoose has a simple but noticeable change in color when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its red body accents to the color blue. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas Three and Five.

Shiny Swablu

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Shiny Swablu has a simple but note-worthy change in color. It changes its body color from blue with white wings to yellow with white wings. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, South Province Areas Five, Three, Four, and Six, West Province Area One, and Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Litleo

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Shiny Litleo has a distinct color difference from its non-shiny version. Its color scheme shifts from dark brown and brown to light brown and beige. You can catch this shiny in East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas One, Three, and Five.

Shiny Pyroar (Male)

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Shiny Pyroar (Male) has a subtle but obvious color difference from its non-shiny variant. It changes its black body and face colors to gold, making it look like a gold lion statue. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage and North Province Area One

Shiny Pyroar (Female)

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Just like its male counterpart Shiny Pyroar (Female) has a simple but noticeable change in appearance. It swaps its black body and face colors for gold. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage and North Province Area One.

Shiny Indeedee (Male)

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Shiny Indeedee (Male) has a significant change in the color scheme compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body and hair color to deep blue and violet from deep violet and light violet. You can catch this shiny at North Province and Area One.

Shiny Indeedee (Female)

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Much like its Male counterpart, Shiny Indeedee (Female)  has a big difference in color scheme compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body and hair color from deep violet and light violet to deep blue and violet. You can catch this shiny at North Province and Area One.

Shiny Cyclizar

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Shiny Cyclizar has a simple but massive difference in color when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body color from green to gray. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, East Province Areas One and Two, West Province Areas One and Two, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Oranguru

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This shiny has a significant change in color palette compared to its regular version. It changes its color palette from white, violet, and orange to pink, aqua blue, and violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can catch this shiny at North Province Area Two and the Tagtree Thicket. If you are on Violet, you can get this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Oranguru from Scarlet.

Shiny Komala

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Shiny Komala has a pretty unique-looking color change compared to other shinies. It changes the color of its wood piece to white and pink from brown and beige. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One and Two, South Province Area One, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Rufflet

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This shiny has a simple but noticeable change in color compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body feather’s color to brown from brown. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, and Six

Shiny Braviary

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The color of Shiny Braviary goes through a straightforward yet easily visible transformation. It used to have a red back, but now it has a blue back. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert and North Province Area One.

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