Catch your favorite shiny pokemon color

 

As a dedicated pokemon fan, you probably have a favorite color shiny pokemon. If you’re anything like me, you want to catch them all! Here is a list of the colors and their corresponding shiny pokemon.

Shiny pokemon by color

Red: Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard

Orange: Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise

Yellow: Pikachu, Raichu

Green: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur

Blue: Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree

Indigo: Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill

Violet: Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume

Brown : Machop, Machoke, Machamp

Black: Rattata, Raticate

White: Pidgey, Pidgeotto , Pidgeot

Blue-grey : Rattata

Also, you can catch red gyarados, blue magikarp and yellow suicune in the water.

This post talks about shiny pokemon in general, with focus on their colors. There are several lists of the different color combinations and which pokemon correspond to each combination. If you're looking for an easy way to find your favorite shiny pokemon, this is it! The post was fairly recent so there is plenty of new information.

What is the probability of finding a shiny pokemon?

What do you need to catch a shiny pokemon?  Are there any glitches in the game that will give you an unfair advantage of catching a shiny pokemon?

The probability of finding a shiny pokemon is 1 in 8,192.

To catch a shiny pokemon, you need to have a lot of patience and some good luck. There is no known glitch that can help you get a shiny pokemon.

However, there are several methods you can use to increase your chances of finding one.

One way is to soft reset the game. This means turning off your game console and restarting it while holding down a specific button. Another method is to use a poke radar or shiny detector app. There are also cheats that can help you, such as Action Replay.

What is the color of shiny pokemon?

The color of shiny pokemon is determined by the first few bits in its personality value. For example, the red gyarados has a personality value of 0x00A2000, which means that its color will be one byte 0xA2 and the intensity will be one byte 0x60.

Are there any shiny type pokemon? Yes, there are several shiny type pokemon. These are pokemon that have two different colors, such as a shiny golden Magikarp or a shiny blue Pidgeot. There are also some pokemon that are different colors depending on their gender, such as a female pink Machamp or a male green Gyarados.

What is the most common shiny pokemon?

The most common shiny pokemon is the ratatta. It can be found in every route in the game, so it's pretty easy to catch.  There are also plenty of other shiny pokemon to find if you're looking for a challenge. Shiny pidgeot is another common one. You can always purchase your favorite shiny pokemon at the poke mart, but be prepared to spend some money on it; most shiny pokemon will cost about 5,000 Pokecoins or more.

How many shiny pokemon are there?

There are 8,210 possible different combinations for a shiny pokemon. This does not mean that there are exactly that many obtainable shiny pokemon, since several color combinations do not correspond to obtainable pokemon.

What colors are the rarest shiny pokemon?

The most unique color is probably white, which corresponds to Pidgey, Pidgeotto, and Pidgeot. This can be difficult if you're trying to get one of these specific shiny pokemon. The next rarest color is black, which corresponds with Rattata and Raticate.

Some good options for anyone who is just starting out are the Eevee evolutions. They can all be found in abundance, so it shouldn't take much time or effort before you have your first shiny pokemon.


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