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The Red Gyarados was first seen in ''[[EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution]]'' and ''[[EP236|Rage of Innocence]]''. It was the result of a [[Team Rocket]] plot to induce evolution. The process was successful, but as the evolution was forced, it kept the red coloration it had as a Magikarp. It went on a rampage down a river towards [[Mahogany Town]], but [[Lance]] eventually captured and calmed it.}}
 
The Red Gyarados was first seen in ''[[EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution]]'' and ''[[EP236|Rage of Innocence]]''. It was the result of a [[Team Rocket]] plot to induce evolution. The process was successful, but as the evolution was forced, it kept the red coloration it had as a Magikarp. It went on a rampage down a river towards [[Mahogany Town]], but [[Lance]] eventually captured and calmed it.}}
   
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Jackson|Magneton|{{electric color}}|EP268Shinymagneton.jpg|Magneton made its sole appearance under the ownership of [[Vincent|Jackson]] in ''[[EP268|Tie One On!]]''. Jackson sent it out to battle [[Ash's Pikachu]]. After a long battle, Magneton finished Pikachu off with a {{m|Tri Attack}}, then went on to defeat {{AP|Cyndaquil}}, before finally falling to {{AP|Bulbasaur}}.}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Jackson|Magneton|{{electric color}}|Magneton1.png|Magneton made its sole appearance under the ownership of [[Vincent|Jackson]] in ''[[EP268|Tie One On!]]''. Jackson sent it out to battle [[Ash's Pikachu]]. After a long battle, Magneton finished Pikachu off with a {{m|Tri Attack}}, then went on to defeat {{AP|Cyndaquil}}, before finally falling to {{AP|Bulbasaur}}.}}
   
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=yes|Winona|Swellow|{{flying color}}|Winona Swellow.png|Swellow made its sole appearance in ''[[AG085|Sky High Gym Battle!]]''. With powerful attacks such as {{m|Aerial Ace}} and {{m|Hyper Beam}}, it defeated [[Ash's Grovyle]] easily and almost beat [[Ash's Swellow]]. But with a little quick thinking on Ash's part, his Swellow was victorious, winning Ash the {{badge|Feather}}.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=yes|Winona|Swellow|{{flying color}}|Winona Swellow.png|Swellow made its sole appearance in ''[[AG085|Sky High Gym Battle!]]''. With powerful attacks such as {{m|Aerial Ace}} and {{m|Hyper Beam}}, it defeated [[Ash's Grovyle]] easily and almost beat [[Ash's Swellow]]. But with a little quick thinking on Ash's part, his Swellow was victorious, winning Ash the {{badge|Feather}}.}}

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Even before the games, alternately colored Pokémon have made occasional appearances in the anime. The first to ever appear was a pink Butterfree in Bye Bye Butterfree. Many alternately colored Pokémon appear in the Orange Archipelago due to the tropical climate. Shiny Pokémon began to make appearances in the anime during the Johto saga after Gold and Silver were released. What follows is a chronological list of alternately colored Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.

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