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All Shiny Ground Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

All Shiny Ground Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet
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Ground-types are one of the most known types of Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet. These dynamic creatures have a unique design with vivid colors, sharp edges, and powerful statures. Ground-type Pokémon are hefty and strongly armored, and they come in various shapes and sizes; some have large horns, some have spines or spikes that coat their backs, and some appear to enjoy bathing in mud.

Shiny Ground Pokémon are typically found roaming around in deserts and mountainous areas. This article will list all the Shiny Ground Pokémon you can collect in Scarlet & Violet. Read on to learn more.

Shiny Paldean Wooper

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Shiny Paldean Wooper‘s color differs significantly from that of its non-shiny counterpart. It changes from having a brown body to one that is purple. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Areas One, Four, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Johtonian Wooper

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, Shiny Johtonian Wooper has a slightly different color. Its color completely changes from navy blue with sky blue patterns to dark pink with dark pink patterns. This shiny can be obtained by hatching an egg from a Quagsire. A Johtonian Wooper can be obtained by exchanging a Paldean Wooper in Cascarrafa.

Shiny Clodsire

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Similar to Shiny Paldean Wooper, Shiny Clodsire undergoes the exact color change. Its body color changes from brown and light brown to violet and purple. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Three, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Areas Five and Six, and West Province Area Three.

Shiny Quagsire

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Johtonian Wooper, Shiny Quagsire differs significantly in color from its non-shiny counterpart. It completely changes its color pattern from sky blue with navy blue patterns to pink with dark pink patterns. This shiny may be obtained by evolving a Shiny Johtonian Wooper.

Shiny Phanpy

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It is very easy to miss the difference in the color of Shiny Phanpy compared to its non-shiny counterpart. The only difference is that it is slightly lighter in color than the regular version. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, South Province Areas Two and Four, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Donphan

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Unlike its pre-evolution, Shiny Donphan has a significant color change when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its entire body from dark gray and gray to orange and beige. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert, South Province Area Six, West Province Area Two.

Shiny Gible

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Shiny Gible looks significantly different compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its entire color palette from bluish-gray and red to blue and yellow. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, West Province Area One, West Province Area Two.

Shiny Gabite

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This shiny has a simple but noticeable re-color when compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its shade to a more solid and vivid color. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area Two, South Province Area Six, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Garchomp

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Unlike its pre-evolution, Shiny Garchomp’s change in color is barely noticeable. It simply lightens the shade of its color to a more gray color from bluish-black. You can catch this shiny at the Great Crater of Paldea and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Diglett

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It is very easy to overlook the color change of Shiny Diglett. It simply changes its nose’s color from pink to blue. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Asado Desert, East Province Area Three, Inlet Grotto, and South Province Areas Two and Six.

Shiny Dugtrio

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Diglett, Shiny Dugtrio’s color change is also very minimal. It simply changes the color of its nose to blue from pink. You can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Asado Desert, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Three, North Province Areas Two and Three, and South Province Areas Two and Six.

Shiny Numel

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You have to look hard to notice the slight color difference between Shiny Numel and non-shiny Numel. 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.

Shiny Camerupt

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, Shiny Camerupt is significantly different. It changes its fur color to black and the ring pattern on its body from blue to yellow. This shiny may be caught in Area Zero and North Province Area Two.

Shiny Barboach

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Compared to its non-shiny counterpart, Shiny Barboach has a noticeably different appearance. It changes the light blue parts of its body to a bright yellow color. You can find this shiny at East Province Area Three, South Province Areas Two, Four, and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Whiscash

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This shiny has a subtle but noticeable change in appearance. The color of Shiny Whiscash‘s belly whiskers and the mark on its head shift from yellow to light bronze. You can catch this shiny at Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Area Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three.

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Shiny Toedscool

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You can see a big color difference when comparing this shiny to its non-shiny counterpart. It goes from having a white and pink color to being entirely white. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas One and Two, Socarrat Trail, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Toedscruel

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Shiny Toedscruel has a significant color change, much like its pre-evolution Shiny Toedscool. It changes into magenta, pink, black, and white from yellow, black, and pink. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail.

Shiny Hippopotas

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This shiny has a simple but noticeable change in color when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the brown marlins on its body to moss green. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert.

Shiny Hippowdon

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Shiny Hippowdon’s color change is pretty hard to miss when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes the color of most of its body from beige to moss green. You can get this shiny at Asado Desert. 

Shiny Sandile

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This shiny’s color change is pretty significant compared to its regular version. It changes its entire body color from light brown to apple green. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert.

Shiny Krokorok

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Like its pre-evolution Shiny Sandile, Shiny Krokorok’s color change is hard to miss. It completely changes its color scheme from beige, black, and pink to brown, yellow, and purple. You can get this shiny by evolving a Shiny Sandile.

Shiny Krookodile

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When comparing this Shiny Krookodile to its non-shiny counterpart, you can see a big difference in color. It completely changes its color palette from red, black, and white to light-brown, yellow, and white. You can get this shiny by evolving a Shiny Krokorok.

Shiny Silicobra

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Shiny Silicobra’s color change is small but fairly significant. It changes its upper body color from dark beige to moss green. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert and East Province Area Three.

Shiny Sandaconda

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Compared to its non-shiny version Shiny Sandaconda’s color difference is really hard to miss. It changes its body color from moss green to gray. You can catch this shiny at Asado Desert.

Shiny Mudbray

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Shiny Mudbray makes a massive change in color compared to its regular version. It changes its whole body color from brown to yellow. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Two, South Province Areas One, Two, Five, and West Province Area One.

Shiny Mudsdale

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Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Mudbray, Shiny Mudsdale looks pretty different when compared to its not-shiny variant. It changes its body color from brown to yellow. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, and South Province Area Six.

Shiny Larvitar

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Shiny Larvitar’s color change is small but significant compared to its non-shiny variant. It changes its entire body color from olive green to neon green. If you are on Scarlet, you can catch this shiny at Alfornada Cavern, Asado Desert, the Dalizapa Passage, East Province Area Three, South Province Area Five, and West Province Area One. But if you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading Shiny Larvitar from Scarlet.

Shiny Pupitar

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This shiny, like its pre-evolution Shiny Larvitar undergoes a color change, changing its entire body color to violet from gray. So if you are on Scarlet, you can catch it at Alfornada Cavern and North Province Area Two. But if you are on Violet, you can obtain it by trading Shiny Larvitar from Scarlet or evolving a Shiny Larvitar.

Shiny Sandygast

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Shiny Sandygast is noticeably different in color from its non-shiny counterpart. The sand on its body changes from beige to black. 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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Shiny Palossand has an entirely different color from its non-shiny counterpart, just like Shiny Sandygast. It also changes the color of its body from brown to black sand. You can catch this shiny at West Province Area Two.

Shiny Gastrodon (West Sea)

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There is hardly any discernible difference between the Shiny Gastrodon and the Non-Shiny variant. Its color is a paler variation of the Gastrodon non-shiny (West Sea). You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Gastrodon  (East Sea)

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Shiny Gastrodon’s change is hardly noticeable, just like its Western counterpart (East Sea). However, it is a lighter version of the Non-shiny (East Sea) Gastrodon. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area One.

Shiny Great Tusk

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This shiny changes its color palette to bronze, yellow, and green from gray, dark violet, and magenta. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero if you are on Scarlet. But if you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive by trading it from Scarlet. 

Shiny Sandy Shocks

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Shiny Sandy Shocks has a discernible color change compared to its regular version. It goes from a steel body to a brass body, and its magnets go from gray to black. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero if you are on Scarlet. But if you are on Violet, you can obtain this Scarlet exclusive shiny by trading it from Scarlet. 

Shiny Iron Treads

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Shiny Iron Treads’ color change is pretty simple but noticeable when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes the black parts of the body to silver, giving that all-metal look. You can catch this Area Zero.

Shiny Ting-Lu

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Shiny Ting-Lu’s color change is barely noticeable when compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body color palette from a soil-looking palette to a stone-looking one. You can catch this shiny at Socarrat Trail.

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