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All Shiny Flying Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

All Shiny Flying Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet
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Do you want to be the best, like no one else has ever been? Then it is time to add shiny variants to your Pokémon collection! Shiny Pokémon, also known as “alternate colored Pokémon,” are color variants of regular Pokémon. Trainers prize them because they are much rarer than regular Pokémon.

This particular article lists the Shiny Flying-Type Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet. Continue reading to learn more about these amazing creatures and how to add them to your collection!

Shiny Hoppip

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Shiny Hoppip’s color has changed somewhat noticeably from its ordinary counterpart. It changes its body color from pink to green. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Skiploom

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Shiny Skiploom has a small but visible color variation from its non-shiny version, just like its pre-evolution. It changes its body color from green to pink, the opposite of Shiny Hoppip. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, South Province Areas Three and Five, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Jumpluff

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This shiny’s color has changed significantly from its original variation. Shiny Jumpluff changes from blue in the normal form to pink in the shiny version. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One, Two, and Three and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Fletchling

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Shiny Fletchling has a slight but discernible color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes from sky-blue feathers to brown feathers. This shiny can be located in South Province Areas One, Two, and Five.

Shiny Fletchinder

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Shiny Fletchinder is slightly different in color than its non-shiny version. It has a reddish tinge with a brown, red, yellow, and maroon color scheme. 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

Shiny Talonflame

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The color change of Shining Talonflame is somewhat minor. The marks are the same, but the feather color varies. The original version’s feather is orange with a gray underbelly, whereas the shiny version’s feather is red with a beige underbelly. Shiny Talonflame can be found in the South Province’s Area Three.

Shiny Vivillon

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The difference in color between Shiny Vivillon and its non-shiny form is very easy to miss. It only changes the color of its head and abdomen to white from black. You can catch this shiny at East Paldean Sea, North Province Area One, North Province Area Two, North Province Area Three

Shiny Combee

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Shiny Combee’s color difference is small but noticeable. It changes its body color from yellow to red. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, South Province Areas One, Two, and Four, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Vespiquen

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Combee, Shiny Vespiquen has a significant change in color. It goes from black and yellow to black and red. You can catch this shiny at East Paldean Sea, South Province Areas One, Two, and Four, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Rookidee

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Shiny Rookidee makes big changes to its color palette when compared to its non-shiny version. It goes from blue, yellow, and black to beige, white, and black. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three, and South Province Area One, Three, and Five

Shiny Corvisquire

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Compared to its non-shiny variant, this Shiny Corvisquire has a significant color change. It changes its body color from dark blue to white. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One, Two, and Three and South Province Areas One, Three, and Five.

Shiny Corviknight

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Like its pre-evolution, the shiny variant of Corviknight can be easily distinguished from the non-shiny variety. The standard version has a dark blue body, while the shiny version has a silver one. You find this shiny at Area Zero.

Shiny  Masquerain

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When compared to its non-shiny version, Shiny Masquerain looks completely different. It changes its entire body color to green from white. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area One, South Province Area Five.

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Shiny Starly

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Shiny Starly’s color difference is evident when compared to its non-shiny variant. It simply changes the tint of its color to a light brown shade. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, and Four.

Shiny Staravia

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Shiny Staravia’s color difference is similar to its pre-evolution Shiny Starly. It adds a brown tinge to the original black and gray colors. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Four and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Staraptor

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Shiny Staraptor’s color shift is more defined than its pre-evolution Shiny Staravia. It changes the color of its feathers from black to brown. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and South Province Area Three.

Oricorio (Baile Style)

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Shiny Oricorio (Baile Style) has a subtle but noticeable color difference from its non-shiny version. Its hue shifts from predominantly red with black accents to mainly black with red accents. You can catch this shiny in East Province Area One.

Shiny Oricorio (Pa’u Style)

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Shiny Oricorio (Pa’u Style) has a simple but noticeable change in appearance. It inverts its colors from a pink body with beige feathers to a beige body with pink feathers. You can obtain this shiny by giving Shiny Oricorio red nectar.

Shiny Oricorio (Pom-Pom Style)

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Shiny Oricorio (Pom-Pom Style) has a slightly obvious color change from its non-shiny version. It transforms its yellow feathers into white giving it a cotton look. You can catch this shiny at  South Province Area One.

Shiny Oricorio (Sensu Style)

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Shiny Oricorio has a subtle but noticeable color difference from its non-shiny variant. It flips its color scheme from purple with teal accents to teal with purple accents. You can obtain this shiny by giving Shiny Oricorio the Purple Nectar.

Shiny Squawkabilly (Green Plumage)

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Shiny Squawkabilly (Green Plumage) has very little color change — it hardly has any. It merely changes its hair color 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, Shiny Squawkabilly (Blue Plumage) hardly changes color. It merely changes its hair color 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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The color difference between Shiny Squawkabilly(Yellow Plumage) and its non-shiny counterpart is easy to miss. It solely changes its hair color 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, Shiny Squawkabilly(White Plumage)’s color change is barely distinguishable from its non-shiny counterpart. The only difference is that its hair color shifts from black to pink. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One, Two, and Three and  West Province Area One.

Shiny Wingull

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When compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny version barely changes color. Shining Wingull merely changes the color of its body highlights from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at the South Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Pelipper

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Shiny Pelipper’s coloration is similar to that of its pre-evolution Shiny Wingull. This shiny onlychanged the color of its feet and body highlights from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at the North Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Gyarados

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Shiny Gyarados, has a significant color shift compared to their non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body color from blue to red. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea, and Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Drifloon

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Shiny Drifloon has an entirely different color than its non-shiny version. It changes from a color palette of white, purple, and yellow to one of white, yellow, and cyan. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Two, Glaseado Mountain, South Province Areas One, Two, Three, Four, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area One if you are on Scarlet.  If you are on Violet, you can get this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Drifloon from Scarlet.

Shiny Drifblim

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Shiny Drifblim, like its pre-evolution Shiny Drifloon, has a significant color variation from its non-shiny version. Its body color changes to gold with cyan accents. If you are on Scarlet, you can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Cortondo, Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, and North Province Area One. If you are on Violet, you can get this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Drifblim from Scarlet or evolving a Shiny Drifloon.

Shiny Wattrel

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny one has a subtle but visible color change. Shiny Wattrel’s body color changes from black to maroon. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, East Province Area Two, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Kilowattrel

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Shiny Kilowattrel, like its pre-evolution, has a subtle but perceptible color change from its ordinary counterpart. It transforms its black body to maroon. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, North Province Area One, and the West Paldean Sea.

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Shiny Swablu

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Shiny Swablu’s color has undergone a subtle but noticeable change. It goes from having blue wings with white bodies to having yellow wings with white bodies. 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 Altaria

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Shiny Altaria has a somewhat noticeable color change. It changes its color from a blue body with white cloud wings to a yellow body with white cloud wings. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, North Province Areas One and Two, South Province Area Six, and West Province Areas One and Three.

Shiny Murkrow

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny one has a huge color difference. Shiny Murkrow changes its entire body color to magenta from black. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One, Two, and Three, South Province Areas One, Two, Three, Four, and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Honchkrow

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Murkrow, Shiny Honchkrow has a significant color change. It changes the color of its black feathers to pink. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, the Dalizapa Passage, North Province Areas One, Two, and Three, Socarrat Trail, and South Province Area Six.

Shiny Tropius

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In comparison to its non-shiny counterpart, shiny Tropius undergoes a fairly significant change Comparedin color. From brown and green, it changed into a dirty yellow and light green. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Scyther

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Shiny Scyther barely has any change in color compared to its non-shiny version. It simply darkens its color from apple green to regular green. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, North Province Area Two, South Province Area Four, and  South Province Area Six.

Shiny Salamence

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Compared to its non-shiny version, Shiny Salamence has a simple but noticeable change in color. It changes its blue-colored body to an apple-green-colored one. You can get this shiny in Violet by evolving a Shiny Shelgon. But if you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Salamence from Violet. 

Shiny Bombirdier

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Shiny Bombirdier has an interesting color change when compared to its nonshiny version. It looks like it came straight out of a black-and-white movie. You can catch this shiny at South Province Area Six, the West Paldean Sea, and West Province Area One and Three.

Shiny Hawlucha

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This shiny completely changes its color scheme when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It goes from a green, orange, red, white, and yellow palette to a purple, black, red, yellow, and green color palette. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, North Province Areas One, Two, and Three, Socarrat Trail, and South Province Areas Four and Six.

Shiny Noibat

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Shiny Noibat completely changes its color palette compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It goes from purple, violet, and black to a green, black, and gray color palette. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One and Two and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Noivern

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Noibat, Shiny Noivern has a significant color change. It changes its color to a green, black, red, and violet color palette. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Fan Rotom

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Shiny Fan Rotom, like its other forms, has a distinct color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Its color scheme shifts from orange to yellow to red to peach. You can obtain this shiny by using the Rotom catalog on your Shiny Rotom and selecting Electric Fan.

Shiny Flamigo

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Shiny Flamigo has a slight change in shade compared to its regular form. It changes its body color from solid pink to a faded light pink, making it look like it ran out of ink. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, East Province Areas Two and Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Areas One, Four, and Five, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Dragonite

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The difference in the color of Shiny Dragonite compared to its regular version is hard to miss. It changes its entire body color to green from orange. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and North Province Area Two.

Shiny Delibird

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, the Shiny variation of Delibird has a color change that is simple but instantly recognizable. It goes from having a red body to having a pink body. You can catch this shiny at Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Rufflet

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny has a subtle but noticeable color change. Shiny Rufflet changes the color of its body feathers from blue to 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 undergoes a simple but noticeable change. It changes the color of its back from red to blue. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert and North Province Area One.

Shiny Iron Jugulis

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, this shiny one has a subtle but noticeable color change. Shiny Iron Jugulis changes the color of its body from black to silver. You can obtain this Shiny at Area Zero if you are on Violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Iron Jugulis from Violet.

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