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All Shiny Fire Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

Shiny Fire-type Pokémon? Yes please!

Fire-type Shiny Pokémon are some of the rarest creatures in the world of Scarlet & Violet. These Fire-type Pokémon come with various colorations and characteristics that make them stand out from other Pokémon. Being shiny and rare, you would expect them to possess stronger fire-based attacks, faster speed, and greater resilience to Fire attacks than their regular Fire-type counterparts.

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However, the reality is their change is purely cosmetic. Many shiny Fire-types are rare, making them highly sought after by trainers and collectors alike. In addition, many of the Shiny Fire-types have unique designs that make them visually appealing for fans as well

Numel

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Shiny Numel makes a tiny change in color compared to the non-shiny variant; you will need to be very discerning in order to catch the difference. This shiny only changes the green patch on its back into a light blue. You can find Shiny Numel in Area Zero and West Province Area One.

Camerupt

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Shiny Camerupt differs significantly from its non-shiny counterpart. It changes the color of its fur to black, and the ring pattern on its body changes from blue to yellow. This shiny may be found in the Rocky region northeast of Paldea.

Carkol

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Shiny Carkol differs slightly from its non-shiny counterpart. Its body color changes from black to a lighter dark blue. This shiny may be spotted in the Mine area east of Paldea.

Charcadet

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Ceruledge

This shiny, like its two evolutions Ceruledge and Armarouge, has a barely noticeable difference from its non-shiny counterpart. Shiny Charcadet solely changes the color of its eyes from amber and red to blue. This shiny version can be found in the Forest, Mountain, Cave, and Rocky landscapes across Paldea.

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Shiny Ceruledge is similar to its alternative evolution Armarouge differs little from its non-shiny version. Its eye color has been modified from amber to a deeper orange.  This shiny can only be obtained by evolving a shiny Charcadet and evolved in Pokémon Violet.

Armarouge

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The shiny Armarouge has a barely noticeable difference. This shiny changes the color of its eyes from amber to blue. The body has not changed in any way. This shiny can only be obtained by evolving a shiny Charcadet in Pokémon Scarlet.

Charmander

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Shiny Charmander gets a slight change in shade from its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color from orange and yellow to gold and yellow. This shiny can only be obtained from hatching Charmander from eggs. You obtain the eggs only if you caught a Charizard during its timed events. You can also receive one via trade if you’re lucky.

Charmeleon

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Charizard

Like its pre-evolution Charmander, this shiny only has a slight difference in shade compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color from orange and yellow to gold and yellow. This shiny can only be obtained by evolving a shiny Charmander.

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Shiny Charizard makes a significant change from its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body color from orange and yellow to a darker black and gray. You can only obtain this shiny by evolving a shiny Charmander.

Chi-Yu

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Shiny Chi-Yu has a significant color change compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Its colors change from an ordinary yellow and red flame to a cool blue and black flame look. You can find this shiny in the North province Area Two of Paldea

Coalossal

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Shiny Coalossal has only been slightly recolored compared to its non-shiny variant. Its body color changes from black to light blue color. You can only obtain this evolving a Shiny Carkol.

Flareon

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This shiny only has a slight difference in shade compared to its non-shiny variant. Shiny Flareon swaps its red and yellow color for a yellow and gold color. You can catch this shiny in the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Area One, and South Province Areas Five and Six 

Fletchinder

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Shiny Fletchinder has a slight color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It’s a reddish tint with a brown, red, yellow, and maroon color scheme from a black, yellow, orange, and white combination. You can catch this shiny South Province Area One, South Province Areas Three, Four, and Five and West Province Areas Two and Three, and East Province Area One

Talonflame

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Shiny Talonflame change is relatively minimal. The markings are identical, but the feather color is different. The color of the feather in the original version is orange with a gray underbelly, whereas the feather in the shiny version is red with a beige underbelly. Shiny Talonflame can be found in the South Province’s Area Three.

Fuecoco

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This shiny has a slight color difference compared to the non-shiny variant. Its body color changes from red to a light pink shade. You can only obtain shiny Fuecoco by hatching it from an egg.

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Crocalor

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Shiny Crocalor, compared to its non-shiny counterpart, only has a slight color difference. It changes its body color to light pink from red.  You can only obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Fuecoco

Skeledirge

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Shiny Skeledirge received significant changes for its shiny version. The main body remains unchanged. The only difference between them is the color of their jaws and the markings on their limbs. The original one has a red edge to its jaw, whereas the shiny version has a pink edge. The markings on the limbs differ as well; in the original, they are red, whereas, in the shiny version, they are pink. You can get this shiny by evolving a shiny Crocalor.

Growlithe

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Much like its evolved form Shiny Arcanine, Shiny Growlithe has fairly minor changes compared to the original. The color was only altered to a different hue. Its fur was dyed yellow instead of orange, and its chest and tail were tinted blond instead of beige. You can catch this shiny in the East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Area Three, and  North Province Area Two.

Arcanine

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Shiny Arcanine’s transformation is fairly minor; its color was only altered to a different hue. Its fur was dyed yellow instead of orange, and its mane and tail were tinted blond instead of beige. This shiny can be found in the Bamboo Thicket and the Rocky terrain northeast of Paldea.

Heat Rotom

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Shiny Heat Rotom has some significant changes in its color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Its body color is changed to red from orange, and its outline is a peach color from regular red. You can find Rotom in East Province Area Two and West Province Area Two. You need the Rotom Catalogue to change it to Heat Rotom.

Houndour

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This shiny, much like its evolved form Houndoom, has a significant color change compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Its body color changes to blue from regular black, and its belly and snout change to a cream color from regular brown. You can catch this shiny in Inlet Grotto and South Province Area Four.

Houndoom

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Shiny Houndoom has a significant color change compared to the non-shiny variant. Its body color changes to blue from regular black, and its belly and snout change to a cream color from regular brown. You can catch this shiny in North Province Area Two and South Province Areas Four and Six.

Larvesta

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This shiny has minor color changes compared to the non-shiny version, which is okay since it still looks good. Shiny Larvesta changes the color of its crown to gold from red and its eye color from blue to green. You can catch this shiny in the Asado Desert.

Volcarona

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Shiny Volacarona is a complete recolor. The shiny version has pale golden yellow wings instead of the usual red with an orange tinge. The original’s body is dark gray, but the shiny brightens it by recoloring it purple. This Pokemon can be caught in Area Zero.

Iron Moth

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Shiny Iron Moth has minimal color changes. It changes its body color from black, silver, and white with a red crown to a black and silver body with a silver crown. It also changes the inside pigments of its wings from red to silver. You can get this by catching it in Area Zero or trading it from Pokémon Violet if you are on Scarlet

Litleo

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Shiny Litleo features a significant color change compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color scheme 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.

Pyroar

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Shiny Pyroar has a slight but very noticeable change in color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It swaps its black body in face coloring with gold making it look like a gold lion statue. You can find this shiny in the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Area One, and East Province Area Three.

Oricorio (Baile Style)

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Shiny Oricorio makes a simple but significant change in color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It inverts its color from mainly red with black accents to mainly black color with red accents. You can catch this shiny in East Province Area One.

Paldean Blaze Breed Tauros

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The Shiny Paldean Blaze Breed Tauros has a significant but hard-to-notice change in the color scheme. It inverted its color pattern from a deep gray head, body, and tail with a black mane, nose, and tail tips to a black head, body, and tail with a gray mane, nose, and tail tips. You can find this shiny in Asado Desert, East Province Areas Two and Three, and West Province Area Two.

Salandit

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Shiny Salandit looks significantly different from its non-shiny counterpart. It has a white body and white eyes. This shiny can be caught in the Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Areas Two and Three, the Glaseado Mountain, and  West Province Area One and Two.

Salazzle

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Shiny Salazzle has a significantly different look compared to its non-shiny variant. The body color is changed from black to ghostly white, and its eye color from purple to white as well. This shiny can be found in the Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Areas One and Two, North Province Area Three, and South Province Area Four.

Scorbunny

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Scorbunny is still adorable in its shiny form. The original has a white body with red-orange ear tips and toes, whereas the shiny version, while still having white fur, has yellow ear tips and toes. This shiny can be obtained from an egg from the Cinderace event raid.

Raboot

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Cinderace

This shiny mush, like its evolution, has an intense color change. Its color scheme changes from white, black, and red to gray, white, and orange. You can only obtain this shiny by evolving a shiny Scorbunny, which you can obtain from hatching an egg from a Scorbunny event raid.

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This shiny has a strong color shift. Its color scheme changes from white, black, and red to brown, white, and orange. This Shiny Cinderace can only be obtained by evolving a shiny Scorbunny, which your can hatch from a Cinderace caught during an event raid.

Scovillain

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Scovillain’s shiny form is a recolor of its pants-like leg and body. Both versions have the same two heads. The color of its body in the original version is green, as is the color of its pants-like leg, whereas in the shiny version, the upper torso is yellow, and the lower area is light blue. You can find this Pokémon in the following locations: North Province Area Three, North Province Area One, South Province Area Six, and in the Dalizapa Passage.

Torkoal

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Shiny Torkoal is quite different from the original. The original has an orange body, while the shiny version has a yellow body. The outer shell has also been recolored; the original is gray, while the shiny version is light red. This shiny vibe is very different from the original. This Pokémon can be found in areas of Area Three in the East Province.

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