Home Game Guides All Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

All Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

All Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet
Image via Nintendo
Recommended Videos

Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet are rare and elusive creatures that can only be obtained by the rare chance of running into one in the wild. Shiny Water Pokémon are characterized by their unique coloration, which is noticeably brighter than normal Water-type Pokémon. Though they do not have any increased stats compared to regular Pokémon, they are extremely rare and greatly add to any trainer’s collection.

This article will give you a list of All Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet.

Shiny Froakie

froakie
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Froakie is only slightly darker than its non-shiny counterpart. The color of its body changes from pale blue to light powder blue. You can get this shiny Pokémon by hatching it from an egg. The egg can only be produced if you participated in the Greninja event raid and captured yourself a frog.

Shiny Frogadier

frogadier
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Frogadier, like its pre-evolution Shiny Froakie, is slightly lighter than its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its body and lower head from light blue to powder blue. This shiny may be obtained by evolving a Shiny Froakie.

Shiny Greninja

greninja
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike its pre-evolutions, Shiny Froakie and Shiny Frogadier. Shiny Greninja completely changes its body color from the original coloring of blue and beige to black and gray in its shiny version. You can find this shiny by evolving a Shiny Frogadier. 

Shiny Quaxly

quaxly
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny has only a slight change in shade compared to its non-shiny counterpart. Shiny Quaxly changes the color of its hair and legs from light blue to a lighter mint blue color. Not much, to be honest. You can obtain this by hatching it from an egg.

Shiny Quaxwell

quaxwell
Image via The Pokémon Company

Like its pre-evolution Shiny Quaxly, Shiny Quaxwell has little difference compared to its non-shiny variant. Shiny Quaxwell changes the color of its hair and hands from blue to a lighter mint blue color. You can get this shiny by evolving a Shiny Quaxly.

Shiny Quaquaval

quaquaval
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike its pre-evolutions, Shiny Quaxly and Shiny Quaxwell. Shiny Quaquaval completely changes its body color from blue and sky blue to Purple and Mint blue. You can find this shiny by evolving a Shiny Quaxwell. 

Shiny Marill

marill
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Marill undergoes a noticeable color shift. It changes its body color from blue to neon green. Though it did not change that much, the shiny version does look cuter.  You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Two, South Province Area One, Two, Four, Five, and West Province Area One

Shiny Azumarill

azumarill
Image via The Pokémon Company

Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Marill, Shiny Azumarill significantly changes its color. It changes its body color from blue and white to yellow and white. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Surskit

surskit
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Surskit is a re-colored version of the original Pokémon. It changes its body color from baby blue to a darker navy blue. You can catch this shiny at South Province Areas One, Two, and Five.

Shiny Buizel

buizel
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike the non-shiny version, this shiny drastically alters the color palette. Shiny Buizel’s color palette shifts from brown, beige, and yellow to gold and blond. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, East Province Areas Two and Three, the South Paldean Sea, South Province Areas One, Two, Four, and Five, the Tagtree Thicket, the West Paldean Sea, and West Province Area One and Two.

Shiny Floatzel

floatzel
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Floatzel, like its pre-evolution Shiny Buizel, has a dramatically different color palette than its non-shiny counterpart. Its color scheme shifts from brown, yellow, and beige to gold, blond, and white. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the Glaseado Mountain, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea, and West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Johtonian Wooper

wooper-
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Wooper has a slightly different color than its non-shiny counterpart. Its color changes completely from sky blue with navy blue patterns to 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 for it in Cascarrafa.

Shiny Quagsire

Quagsire
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Quagsire, like its pre-evolution Shiny Johtonian Wooper, has a noticeable color difference from its non-shiny counterpart. Its hue changes fully from sky blue with navy blue patterns to pink with dark pink patterns. This shiny may be obtained by evolving a Shiny Johtonian Wooper.

Related | All Shiny Fire Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

Shiny Psyduck

Compared to the regular version, this shiny has a significantly different color. Its color shifts from yellow and beige to sky blue and baby blue. This shiny can be found at Casseroya Lake, East Province Areas Two and Three, Glaseado Mountain, South Province Areas One, Four, Five, and Six, Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Golduck

golduck
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Psyduck, Shiny Golduck barely has any noticeable color difference compared to its non-shiny version. It just changes its color to a slightly darker shade than the original color. You can catch this shiny at Area Zero, Casseroya Lake,  Glaseado Mountain, North Province Areas One, Three, and South Province Areas Four and Six.

Shiny Chewtle

chewtle
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Chewtle has a significant change in color palette compared to its non-shiny variant. It shifts its color palette from baby blue, yellow, and brown to apple green, leaf green, and bronze. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Areas One, Two, Four, and Five, and West Province Areas One and Two

Shiny Drednaw

drednaw
Image via The Pokémon Company

Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Chewtle, Shiny Drednaw makes a significant change to its color palette. It changes its color from baby blue, yellow, bronze, and gold to yellow, bronze, and black. You can catch this shiny at the Casseroya Lake, East Province Areas Two, and Three, Glaseado Mountain, South Province Areas Five and  Six, and West Province Area Two

Shiny Wingull

wingull
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny has barely any noticeable changes in color compared to its non-shiny variant. Shiny Wingull changes the color of the accents on its body from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at the South Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Pelipper

pelipper
Image via The Pokémon Company

Like its pre-evolution Shiny Wingull, Shiny Pelipper barely has any changes to its color. This shiny only changed the color of its feet and the accents on its body from blue to green. You can catch this shiny at the North Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Magikarp

magikarp
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Magikarp’s body color is significantly different from its regular counterpart. It completely changes the color of its body from orange to gold from its original form. You can catch this shiny at the Dalizapa Passage, the East Paldean Sea, East Province Areas Two and Three, the North Paldean Sea, North Province Area One, the South Paldean Sea, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, Five, and Six, the Tagtree Thicket, the West Paldean Sea, West Province Areas Two and Three.

Shiny Gyarados

gyarados
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Gyarados, like its pre-evolution Shiny Magikarp, exhibits a substantial color shift when compared to its non-shiny version. It changes the color of its body 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 Arrokuda

arrokuda
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Arrokuda has a somewhat substantial change to its color palette. It changes its color from black, tan, and white to silver, blue, and purple.  You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea, East Province Areas Two and Three, South Province Areas One and Five, and West Province Areas One and Two

Shiny Barraskewda

barraskweda
Image via The Pokémon Company

Like its pre-evolution Shiny Arrokuda— Shiny Barraskewda also has a somewhat big color difference compared to its non- shiny variant. It changes its color palette from black, tan, red, and white to silver, deep blue, red, and white. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea,  East Province Areas Two and Three, Glaseado Mountain, the North Province Areas One and Three, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Basculin (Red Stripe)

red-basculin
Image via The Pokémon Company

The difference between this shiny from its non-shiny version is almost unnoticeable. It only ever so slightly changes the shade of its body. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas Two and Three, Glaseado Mountain, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, Five, and Six, and West Province Areas One, Two, and Three. It doesn’t evolve in Scarlet & Violet, so you can’t get a shiny Basculegion unless you transfer one from Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

Shiny Basculin (Blue Stripe)

blue-basculin
Image via The Pokémon Company

Just like its red-striped version, you can easily miss the difference between this shiny from its non-shiny version as it’s so insignificant. It only ever so slightly changes the shade of its body. You can catch this shiny at East Province Areas Two and Three, Glaseado Mountain, South Province Areas One, Three, Four, Five, and Six, and West Province Areas One, Two, and Three. Much like its red-striped sibling, it doesn’t evolve in Scarlet & Violet.

Shiny Barboach

barboach
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Barboach has a somewhat significant change in appearance compared to its non-shiny version. It swaps 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

whiscash
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny has a small but noticeable change in its appearance. It changes the color of its belly whiskers and the mark on its head from yellow to light bronze. You can catch a Whiscash at Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area One, South Province Area Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and West Province Area Three, but it’s easier to evolve a shiny Barboach since they’re so rare.

Shiny Vaporeon

vaporeon
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Vaporeon drastically changes its appearance compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its body and head color from blue and navy blue to pink and violet. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, Glaseado Mountain, North Province Area Two and Three, South Province Area Six, the Tagtree Thicket, and Casseroya Lake

Shiny Paldean Tauros (Water Breed)

tauros
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Paldean Tauros (Water Breed) has a subtle but significant difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. I invest its color palette from a black mane, nose, and tail fur with a gray head, body, and tail to a gray mane, nose, and tail fur with a black head, body, and tail. You can find this shiny at the Asado Desert, East Province Areas One, Two, and Three, and West Province Area Two,

Shiny Wiglett

wiglett
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny completely changes its entire color palette compared to its non-shiny variant. Its color changes from a white and pink palette to a gold and purple palette. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area Two, South Province Area Five, and West Province Areas One and Two.

Shiny Wugtrio

wugtrio
Image via The Pokémon Company

Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Wiglett, Shiny Wugtrio changes its color palette significantly. Its color changes from red and flesh to deep blue and yellow. You can catch this shiny at North Province Areas One and Three and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Finizen

finizen
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Finizen has a significant color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its body’s color from sky blue to purple. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, the West Paldean Sea, and West Province Area Two. 

Shiny Palafin (Zero Form)

palafin
Image via The Pokémon Company

Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Finizen, Shiny Palafin (Zero Form) has a noticeable color change compared to its non-shiny version. its body’s color changes from sky blue to purple. You can obtain this shiny by evolving a Shiny Finizen. 

Shiny Palafin (Hero Form)

palafin-hero
Image via The Pokémon Company

Like its zero form, Shiny Palafin (Hero Form) has a noticeable color change. It changes its color palette from blue, white, red, and sky blue to black, blue, red, and sky blue. This shiny is an alternate form of Shiny Palafin.

Shiny Wash Rotom

wash-rotom
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Wash Rotom has a big difference in appearance compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It has a red body and peach outline. You can catch Rotoms around East Province Area Two and West Province Area Two. You need the Rotom Catalogue to change it to Wash Rotom.

Shiny Slowpoke

slowpoke
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny hardy has a different appearance than its non-shiny variant. It looks like a paler version of the original color. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake, East Province Area Two, South Province Area One and Five, and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Slowbro

slowbro
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike its pre-evolution Shiny Slowpoke, Shiny Slowbro has a huge color difference compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It has a purple body and a bronze-colored shell. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Slowking

slowking
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Slowking has a slight difference in shade compared to its non-shiny version. It has a darker shade and a blue-striped collar. You can get this shiny by trade evolving a Shiny Slowpoke with King stone equipped.

Shiny Shellos (West Sea)

shellos
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny has a small but really noticeable change in color compared to its non-shiny version. Shiny Shellos has a light red head and back with orange lips. You can catch this shiny at the West Sea and West Province Area Two.

Shiny Shellos (East Sea)

shellos-east-
Image via The Pokémon Company

Unlike its western counterpart, the (East Sea) Shiny Shellos difference is barely noticeable. It has a pale teal head and back, while its belly is yellow. You can catch this shiny at East Province Area One and South Province Area Five.

Shiny Gastrodon (West Sea)

gastrodon
Image via The Pokémon Company

The difference between the Shiny Gastrodon and the non-shiny variant is barely noticeable. Its color is just a lighter shade of the Non-shiny (West Sea) Gastrodon. You can catch this shiny at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Gastrodon (East Sea)

gastrodon-east
Image via The Pokémon Company

Just like its Western counterpart (East Sea), Shiny Gastrodon’s change is barely noticeable. It is a lighter shade of the Non-shiny (East Sea) Gastrodon. You can catch this shiny at North Province Area One.

Related | Full List Of Status Effects and Conditions in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Shiny Shellder

shellder
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Shellder has a very noticeable change to its color compared to its non-shiny version. Its shell color is changed from regular purple to orange. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Cloyster

cloyster
Image via The Pokémon Company

Like its pre-evolution Shiny Shellder, Shiny Cloyster has a small but noticeable change in appearance. Its outer shell color is changed from regular purple to blue. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Qwilfish

qwillfish
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny completely changes its color palette compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color from black and dirty white to dark pink and light pink. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Luvdisc

luvdisc
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Luvdisc has a significantly different color than its non-shiny variant. It changes its body color from pink to yellow. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Finneon

finneon
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Finneon has a very noticeable difference in color palette compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its color from black, powder blue and magenta to reddish black, powder pink and magenta. You can catch this shiny at the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Lumineon

lumineon
Image via The Pokémon Company

Much like its pre-evolution Shiny Finneon, Shiny Lumineon has a very noticeable difference in color palette compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its color from black and powder blue to reddish black and powder pink. You can catch this shiny at the North Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Bruxish

bruxish
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Bruxish completely changes its color compared to its non-shiny counterpart. It changes its pallet to a red, green, white, and yellow color palette. You can catch this shiny at the East Paldean Sea and the West Paldean Sea. 

Shiny Alomomola

alomomola
Image via The Pokémon Company

This shiny has a very noticeable but somewhat simple change. Shiny Alomomola changes the color of its body to purple from pink. You can catch this shiny at the North Paldean Sea

Shiny Skrelp

skrelp
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Skrelp has a very noticeable change to its color compared to its non-shiny version. It changes its color palette from black and violet to violet and blue. You can catch this Scarlet exclusive shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea. You can obtain this shiny by trading it from Scarlet if you are on Violet.

Shiny Clawitzer

clawitzer
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Clawitzer’s color, much like its pre-evolution Shiny Clauncher, completely differs from its non-shiny version. Its body is red with blue stripes compared to the blue with black stripes non-shiny version. This shiny can be caught at the North Paldean Sea and the South Paldean Sea if you are on Violet and can be obtained by trading it from Violet if you are on Scarlet. You can also evolve a Shiny Clawitzer that you traded from Violet.

Shiny Clauncher

clauncher
Image via The Pokémon Company

The color of this shiny is completely different from its non-shiny counterpart. Shiny Clauncher’s body is colored red compared to the regular blue of the non-shiny variant. You can catch this Violet exclusive shiny at the East Paldean Sea, the North Paldean Sea, the South Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea. If you are on Scarlet, you can obtain this shiny by trading it from Violet.

Shiny Mareanie

mareani
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Mareanie is a total recolor of the original. Its original light teal shell was replaced with pale pink in its shiny form. The main boy differs in that it is light purple in the original but light peach in the shiny version. This shiny can be found in the East Paldean Sea.

Shiny Toxapex

toxapex
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Toxapex’s inner shell is black instead of purple in the original. The outer shell color also differs between the two versions— powder blue in the original and pale pink in the shiny version. You can have this shiny by evolving a Shiny Mareanie.

Shiny Veluza

veluza
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Veluza’s body is still gray, just like the original. The only difference is that the color of its fins and tail has been changed from magenta to light green. This shiny can catch in Casseroya Lake, East Province Area One, Glaseado Mountain, the North Paldean Sea, and the West Paldean Sea.

Shiny Dondozo

dondozo
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Dondozo differs from the original in terms of coloring. The original one is blue, while the shiny one is yellow. It is not much, but the difference is glaring. You can catch this shiny in Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Tatsugiri (Curly)

tatsuguri-curly
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Tatsuguri (Curly Form) hardly changes. Its main body is pale orange with dark orange fins and tail in the original. In the shiny version, the main body is recolored brown, and the fins and tail are changed to orange. This shiny can be found at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Tatsugiri (Droopy)

tatsuguri-droopy
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Tatsuguri (Droopy Form) is basically a color overhaul. Its main body is hot pink with white fins and tail in the original. In its shiny form, the main body, fins, and tail are pure white. This shiny can be found at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Tatsugiri (Stretch)

tatsuguri
Image via The Pokémon Company

Shiny Tatsuguri (Stretch Form) is an entirely new color scheme. In the original, its main body is yellow, while its pectoral fin is white. Meanwhile, in its shiny version, the main body is dark orange, the pectoral fin is white, and the body has some pale orange markings. This shiny can be found at Casseroya Lake.

Shiny Iron Bundle

iron-bundle
Image via The Pokémon Company

Because the color scheme changes from normal to metallic, Shiny Iron Bundle appears to be a different Pokémon at first. It’s a nice touch because it now lives up to its name with a very metallic appearance. This shiny is only available in Violet, but it can be obtained in Scarlet by trading it from Violet.

We are hiring game guide writers!

Touch, Tap, Play is looking for experienced writers to produce guides for popular mobile and Nintendo Switch titles. If mobile gaming is your passion and you want to get paid to create guides, you’re in the right place. Check out our job ad today!

About the author

Janzel Sandejas

22 POSTS
0 COMMENTS
Janzel Sandejas is a gamer and writer rolled into one. In her spare time, she enjoys playing video games, binge-watching television shows, film franchises, and anime shows. Chef by profession and writer by passion, she currently lives up in the mountains with her husband, a dog and nine cats.

Write A Comment

All Shiny Water Pokémon in Scarlet & Violet

LEAVE A REPLY

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.