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All Shiny Ghost Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet

Check out these spooky shinies!

Shiny Ghost Pokémon are as elusive and mysterious as their regular counterparts, but with a distinct sparkle that sets them apart. Chance encounters and hatching eggs can lead you to them, but the chances of encountering a Shiny during regular gaming are relatively low—especially the spooky variant, which usually only roams around at night.

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If you’re looking to boost your Pokémon Scarlet and Violet collection, this guide lists all the Shiny Ghost Pokémon in Scarlet and Violet.

Shiny Skeledirge

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Shiny Skeledirge has a small but very noticeable difference compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it changes its body color from red to pink. You can only get this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Crocalor.

Shiny Gastly

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The difference between Shiny Gastly and its non-Shiny counterpart is very noticeable: it changes its body color to violet and the mist around it to light powder blue. You can catch this Shiny at East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Areas One and Three, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Haunter

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Shiny Haunter has a barely noticeable difference in appearance compared to its regular version: it simply changes its shade from deep violet to a slightly lighter violet and the color of its tongue from pink to blue. You can catch this Shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Gengar

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Haunter, Shiny Gengar’s color difference is barely noticeable compared to its regular version. However, it does the opposite of Shiny Haunter: it changes its body color from violet to a deep, grayish violet. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Haunter via trade.

Shiny Oricorio (Sensu Style)

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Shiny Oricorio has a simple, but significant, change in color compared to its non-Shiny variant: it inverts its color palette from a purple body with teal accents to a teal body with purple accents. You can obtain this Shiny by giving Shiny Oricorio the Purple Nectar.

Shiny Misdreavus

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Shiny Misdreavus has a vast color difference compared to its non-Shiny version: it changes the color of its body from black to gold. 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 Violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet-exclusive Shiny by trading a Shiny Misdreavus from Violet.

Shiny Mismagius

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Misdreavus, Shiny Mismagius completely changes its color from violet to gold. If you are on Violet, you can catch it at Alfornada Cavern, Casseroya Lake, Glaseado Mountain, and North Province Areas One and Two. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet-exclusive Shiny by trading a Shiny Mismagius from Violet or evolving a Shiny Misdreavus.

Shiny Drifloon

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Shiny Drifloon completely changes its color compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it goes from a white, purple, and yellow color palette to a white, yellow, and cyan color palette. 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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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Drifloon, Shiny Drifblim has a huge color difference compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it changes its body color to a gold color 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 Annihilape

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Shiny Annihilape has a noticeable difference in appearance when compared to its non-Shiny version, as it changes its body color from dark gray to dark blue. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Primeape.

Shiny Ceruledge

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The difference in Shiny Ceruledge is barely noticeable compared to its non-Shiny variant: the only thing that changes is the color of its eyes, which go from amber to fiery orange. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Charcadet.

Shiny Sinistea

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Shiny Sinistea has a simple, but noticeable, difference in appearance when compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it changes its body color from baby blue to baby pink. You can catch this Shiny at East Province Area Three and South Province Area Six. 

Shiny Polteageist

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Sinistea, Shiny Polteageist has a small but noticeable difference in color, as it changes its body accents from baby blue to baby pink. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Sinistea.

Shiny Mimikyu

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Shiny Mimikyu’s change is somewhat noticeable when compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it looks like it came from an old black-and-white movie. You can catch this Shiny at East Province Area Two, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Bramblin

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This Shiny has a small, but noticeable, difference in color palette when compared to its non-Shiny variant: it changes its color from a brown, clay, and beige palette to a green, clay, and cream palette. You can catch Shiny Bramblin at the Asado Desert and East Province Area Three.

Shiny Brambleghast

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Shiny Brambleghast, like its pre-evolution Shiny Bramblin, has a subtle difference in color palette when compared to its non-Shiny variant. It changes its color from a brown, beige, and purple palette to a tan, cream, and purple palette. You can catch this Shiny at North Province Area One and the Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Sableye

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Shiny Sableye has a significant color change when compared to its regular non-Shiny version: it changes its color from a violet body with a red gem on its chest to a gold body with a green gem on its chest. You can catch this Shiny at Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Three, North Province Area One, West Province Areas One and Two, and South Province Area Six.

Shiny Shuppet

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This Shiny has a noticeable difference in color compared to its regular version: it changes its body color from violet to aqua blue. You can catch Shiny Shuppet at East Province Areas One, Two, and Three.

Shiny Banette

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Just like its pre-evolution Shiny Shuppet, Shiny Banette has a noticeable difference in color when compared to its non-Shiny variant: it changes its body color from black to dark blue. You can catch this Shiny at Alfornada Cavern and Glaseado Mountain.

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Shiny Spiritomb

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Shiny Spiritomb has a very noticeable change in its color, changing from a reddish black with green accents to a powder blue with violet accents. You can catch this Shiny at the highest peak of Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Dreepy

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This Shiny makes a small but significant change when compared to its non-Shiny version: it changes its face color from black to blue. You can catch Shiny Dreepy at Glaseado Mountain, East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Areas One and Four, South Province Areas Five and Six, and West Province Areas Two and Three if you are on Violet. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet-exclusive shiny by trading a Shiny Dreepy from Violet.

Shiny Drakloak

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This Shiny, like its pre-evolution Shiny Dreepy, has a small but somewhat significant change when compared to its non-Shiny version. It changes its head and accent color from black and red to blue and yellow. If you are on Violet, you can catch this Shiny at Casseroya Lake, Glaseado Mountain, and North Province Areas One, Two, and Three. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet-exclusive Shiny by trading a Shiny Drakloak from Violet or evolving a Shiny Dreepy.

Shiny Dragapult

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Drakloak, Shiny Dragapult has a noticeable change compared to its non-shiny variant: it changes the color of its accents and claws from pink to yellow. If you are on Scarlet, you can get this Violet-exclusive Shiny by trading a Shiny Dragapult from Violet or evolving a Shiny Drakloak.

Shiny Rotom

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Shiny Rotom has a noticeable color change compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: it changes its color from an orange body with a blue outline to a red body with a peach-colored outline. You can catch Rotoms at East Province Area Two and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Greavard

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Greavard makes a significant change in color as a Shiny, changing its fur color from gray to gold. You can catch Shiny Greavard at the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Houndstone

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Greavard, Shiny Houndstone makes a significant color change: it changes its fur color from white and purple to beige and brown. You can catch this Shiny at Casseroya Lake, the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, and North Province Area One.

Shiny Sandygast

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Shiny Sandygast has a huge color change compared to its non-Shiny version: its body color changes from beige sand to black sand. You can catch this Shiny at East Province Area Two, South Province Area Five, West Province Area Two, and the Asado Desert.

Shiny Palossand

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Sandygast, Shiny Palossand has an entirely different color than its non-Shiny variant, also changing its body color from brown sand to black sand. You can catch this Shiny at West Province Area Two.

Shiny Froslass

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This Shiny has very little difference when compared to its non-Shiny version, with the only real noticeable difference being the color of its ribbon, which changes from orange to magenta. You can find Shiny Froslass at the Dalizapa Passage and Glaseado Mountain.

Shiny Flutter Mane

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Shiny Flutter Mane has a massive change in color palette compared to its non-Shiny counterpart: its color palette changes from a black, red, blue, and pink palette to a gold, red, white, and orange palette. You can catch this Shiny at Area Zero if you are on Scarlet. If you are on Violet, you can get this Scarlet-exclusive Shiny by trading a Shiny Flutter Mane from Scarlet.

Shiny Gimmighoul (Chest Form)

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Shiny Gimmighoul’s chest form barely has a noticeable difference when compared to the non-Shiny version: it only changes the color of the body inside from light purple to white. You can find them on top of towers and near ruins throughout the region.

Shiny Gholdengo

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The difference between Shiny Gholdengo and a regular Gholdengo is almost indiscernible: the only change is a slight alteration to its eyes and the other orange lines over its body, which become golden. It’s a little disappointing for the much-awaited “1,000th Pokémon in the Pokédex,” but it still looks cool. You can obtain this Shiny by evolving a Shiny Gimmighoul.

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