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    Shining Pokémon guide and complete list for Pokémon Go

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    Shiny Pokémon are extremely rare to catch in any Pokémon game, and Pokémon Go is no different. All players have a chance to catch them, but the chance of this happening is extremely low. You'll know when you'll encounter a shimmering Pokémon, not just for its different colors, but for a unique icon when you catch them.



    How to catch shiny Pokémon

    There is no precise method for encountering a shiny Pokémon. You won't be able to tell there is one in front of you until you click on it and try to catch it. When you do this, several stars twinkle around the Pokémon. It will not have the same colors as traditional Pokémon. It should have different shades. For example, if you meet a shiny Charmander, it won't look red and yellow, it should have a black outer layer and a yellow stomach.

    You have the ability to catch Shiny Pokémon from field research activities. While there is a guaranteed encounter with certain Pokémon, some rarer than others, it doesn't guarantee that it will be brilliant when you encounter it.

    Alternatively, you have a better chance of encountering Shiny Pokémon during Community Day events. These are monthly events where a single Pokémon shows up most frequently for three hours on a given weekend. If you fully capture and develop the Pokémon during this event, it has a chance to learn a powerful, previously unknowable move. Since there are so many of the same type of Pokémon spawns during the event, the chances of a bright version being shown increase greatly.



    When you catch a Shiny Pokémon and have it in your inventory, three stars will be above their portrait in the upper left corner.

    What are the odds of getting a shiny Pokémon?

    There is a low chance for any trainer to encounter a Shiny Pokémon. The odds of getting one in the wild are 1 in 450, imagine who ended up The Silph Road by. The chances are a little slim, but it's a rough estimate of how many Pokémon of the same species you'll need to encounter to potentially find a bright version of one.

    What are the advantages of a shiny Pokémon?

    The only advantage of a shiny Pokémon is having one that looks different. Having a shimmering Pokémon does not give it additional stats or increases the chances of having an extra version. It also adds an additional section in your PokéDex where you can see the original coloring and the bright version.

    Complete list of all Shiny Pokémon available in Pokémon Go

    Here are all the potential Pokémon you can get and their evolutions:

    Kanto

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    • Bulbasaur, Ivysaur e Venusaur
    • Charmander, Charmeleon e Charizard
    • Squirtle, Wartortle e Blastoise
    • Caterpie, Metapod e Butterfree
    • Pidgey, Pidgeotto e Pidgeot
    • Rattata and Raticate
    • Ekans and Arbok
    • Pichu, Pikachu and Raichu
    • Sandshrew and Sandslash
    • Nidoran, Nidorina and Nidoqueen
    • Nidoran, Nidorino and Nidoking
    • Clefairy e Clefable
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    • Vulpix and Ninetails
    • Jigglypuff e Wigglytuff
    • Zubat, Golbat e Crobat
    • Oddish, Gloom e Vileplume
    • Diglett and Dugtrio
    • Meowth and Persian
    • Psyduck and Golduck
    • Mankey and Primeape
    • Growlithe e Arcanine
    • Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Politoed e Poliwrath
    • Abra, Kadabra e Alakazam
    • Machop, Machoke e Machamp
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    • Tentacool and Tentacruel
    • Geodude, Graveler e Golem
    • Ponyta and Rapidash
    • Magnemite, Magneton and Magnezone
    • Farfetch'd
    • Seel and Dewgong
    • Grimer and Muk
    • Shellder e Cloyster
    • Gastly, Haunter e Gengar
    • Onix e Steelix
    • Drowzee e Hypno
    • Crab and Kingler
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    • Exeggcute and Exeggcutor
    • Cubone and Marowak
    • Licensing
    • Koffing and Weezing
    • Rhyhorn, Rhydon e Rhyperior
    • Chansey
    • Kangaskhan
    • Horsea and Seadra
    • Mime Jr. e Mr. Mime
    • Scyther e Scizor
    • Smoochum e Jynx
    • Electrabuzz
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    • Magby, Magmar and Magmortar
    • pinsir
    • Tauros
    • Magicarp and Gyarados
    • Lapras
    • Eevee, Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon, Umbreon, Espeon, Leafeon e Glaceon
    • Omanyte e Omastar
    • Kabuto and Kabutops
    • Aerodactyl
    • Articuno
    • Zapdos
    • Moltres
    • Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite
    • Mewtwo

    Johto

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    • Chikorita, Bayleef and Meganium
    • Cyndaquil, Quilava and Typhlosion
    • Totodile, Crocanaw and Feraligatr
    • Sentret e Furret
    • Togepi, Togetic and Togekiss
    • Natu e Xatu
    • Mareep, Flaaffy and Ampharos
    • Bellossom
    • Azurill, Marill and Azumarill
    • Bonsly Sudowoodo
    • Aipom e Ambipom
    • Sunkern and Sunflora
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    • Combustion e Yanmega
    • Murkrow and Honchkrow
    • Misdreavus and Mismagius
    • Dunsparce
    • Pineco e Forretress
    • Gligar
    • Snubbul and Granbull
    • Shuckle
    • Sneasel and Weavile
    • Swinub, Piloswine and Mamoswine
    • Delibird
    • Skarmory
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    • Houndour e Houndoom
    • Stantler
    • Raikou
    • Entei
    • Suicune
    • Ho-oh
    • Lugia
    • Larvitar, Pupitar and Tyranitar
    • Celebi

    Hoenn

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    • Treeko, Grovyle, Sceptile
    • Torchic, Combusken e Blaziken
    • Mudkip, Marshtomp e Swampert
    • Pocchyena e Mightyena
    • Zigzagoon e Linoone
    • Wurmple, Silcoon, Beautiful, Cascoon and Dustox
    • Lotad, Lombre and Lucolo
    • Taillow e Swellow
    • Wingull and Pelipper
    • Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir and Gallade
    • Slakoth, Vigoroth, Slaking
    • Makuhita and Hariyama
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    • Sableye
    • Mawile
    • Aron, Lairon and Aggron
    • Meditite and Medicham
    • Electrike e Manectric
    • plusle
    • My
    • Roselia and Roserade
    • Carvanha and Sharpedo
    • Wailmer and Wailord
    • Spoink e Gumpig
    • Spinda
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    • Trapinch, Vibrava and Flygon
    • Swablu and Altar
    • Zangoose
    • Seviper
    • Get away
    • Solrock
    • Barboach and Whiscash
    • Lileep and Cradily
    • Anorith and Armaldo
    • Feebas and Milotic
    • Castform (normal only)
    • Shuppet e Benette
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    • Duskull, Dusclops and Dusknoir
    • Absolutely
    • Snorunt, Glalie and Froslass
    • clamperl
    • huntail
    • gorebyss
    • Luvdisc
    • Bagon, Shelgon and Salamence
    • Beldum, Metang and Metagross
    • regirock
    • regice
    • Register
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    • Latias
    • Katios
    • Kyogre
    • Groudon
    • Rayquaza

    Sinnoh

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    • Turtwig, Grotle and Torterra
    • Chimchar, Monferno and Infernape
    • Shinx, Lucio and Luxray
    • budew
    • Burmy (Plant, Sandy, Trash), Mothim e Wormadam
    • Drifloom and Drifblim
    • Buneary and Lopunny
    • Bronzor and Bronzong
    • Gible, Gabite e Garchomp
    • Rilou and Lucario
    • Snover e Abomasnow
    • Heatran
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    • Girtana
    • Cresselia
    • Darkrai
    • Patrat e Watchoh
    • Lillipup, Herdier e Stoutland
    • Yamask and Cofagrigus
    • Minccino and Cinccino
    • Clink, sound e clink sound
    • cobalion
    • Meltan e Melmetal
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