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'''Shiny Pokémon''' have appeared occasionally in the {{pkmn|anime}} since they were introduced in the [[Generation II|second generation of video games]]. In this canon, they are just as rare as they are in the {{pkmn|games}}. What follows is a chronological list of shiny Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.
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'''[[Shiny Pokémon]]''' have appeared occasionally in the {{pkmn|anime}} since they were introduced in the [[Generation II|second generation of video games]]. In this canon, they are just as rare as they are in the {{pkmn|games}}. What follows is a chronological list of shiny Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.
   
 
==List of shiny Pokémon==
 
==List of shiny Pokémon==
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==Noctowl==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=yes|Ash|Noctowl|{{flying color}}|Ash's Noctowl.png|In ''[[EP154|Fowl Play!]]'', [[Dr. Wiseman]] was trying to capture this Noctowl using traps rather than [[Poké Ball]]s, but each time Noctowl outwitted him and escaped the traps — usually leaving him hypnotized in the process. After Ash rescued it from [[Team Rocket]], Ash had {{AP|Pikachu}} battle it and he captured it, adding it to his team.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=h|main=yes|Ash|Noctowl|{{flying color}}|Ash's Noctowl.png|In ''[[EP154|Fowl Play!]]'', [[Dr. Wiseman]] was trying to capture this Noctowl using traps rather than [[Poké Ball]]s, but each time Noctowl outwitted him and escaped the traps — usually leaving him hypnotized in the process. After Ash rescued it from [[Team Rocket]], Ash had {{AP|Pikachu}} battle it and he captured it, adding it to his team.}}
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|normal|flying|7|align=center|move=Confusion|pic=Confusion.JPG}}
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{{anmu|Psychic|Hypnosis|EP154|Fowl Play}}
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{{anmu|normal|Foresight|PK08|Delibird's Dilemma}}
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{{anmu|normal|Tackle}}
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{{anmu|Psychic|Confusion|EP182|From Ghost to Ghost}}
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{{anmu|flying|Gust}}
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{{anmu|flying|Peck}}
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{{anmu/f|normal}}
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==Shuckle==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Shuckle|{{bug color}}|JessieWithShinyShuckle.png|In ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'', [[Old Man Shuckle]] sought out this Shuckle for its ability to create a special juice that was necessary for a special medicine to ensure Pokémon obediance. However, [[Team Rocket]] got ahold of the Shuckle and drank its juice pure, which had the effect of making all nearby Pokémon obsessed with them. Old Man Shuckle was able to cure this by throwing a powder at them that evidentially acted as an antidote.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Shuckle|{{bug color}}|JessieWithShinyShuckle.png|In ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'', [[Old Man Shuckle]] sought out this Shuckle for its ability to create a special juice that was necessary for a special medicine to ensure Pokémon obediance. However, [[Team Rocket]] got ahold of the Shuckle and drank its juice pure, which had the effect of making all nearby Pokémon obsessed with them. Old Man Shuckle was able to cure this by throwing a powder at them that evidentially acted as an antidote.}}
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==Gyarados==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Gyarados|{{water color}}|Lance's Red Gyarados.jpg|{{main|Red Gyarados}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Gyarados|{{water color}}|Lance's Red Gyarados.jpg|{{main|Red Gyarados}}
   
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}}.}}{{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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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.}}<!--I can't add the Red Gyarados article to the main article bit on the template, cause it requires there to be a "'s" in the title!-->
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|water|flying|3|align=center|move=Hyper Beam|pic=Redgyaradoshyperbeam.jpg}}
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{{anmu|water|Hydro Pump|EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution}}
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{{anmu|normal|Hyper Beam|EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution}}
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{{anmu/f|Flying|c=l}}
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==Magneton==
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{{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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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|electric|steel|5|align=center}}
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{{anmu|electric|Thunderbolt|EP268|Tie One On!}}
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{{anmu|electric|Thunder Wave|EP268|Tie One On!}}
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{{anmu|normal|Tri-Attack|EP268|Tie One On!}}
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{{anmu|normal|Double Team|EP268|Tie One On!}}
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{{anmu/f|flying|c=l}}
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==Swellow==
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{{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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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|normal|flying|5|align=center|move=Peck|pic=Peck Anime.jpg}}
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{{anmu|flying|Peck|AG085|Sky High Gym Battle}}
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{{anmu|flying|Aerial Ace|AG085|Sky High Gym Battle}}
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{{anmu|flying|Wing Attack|AG085|Sky High Gym Battle}}
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{{anmu|normal|Hyper Beam|AG085|Sky High Gym Battle}}
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{{anmu/f|flying|c=l}}
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==Magikarp==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Jimmy|Magikarp|{{water color}}|Shiny Magikarp.png|This Magikarp made its sole appearance in a flashback occurring in ''[[AG092|Judgment Day!]]'' In it, {{ho|Jimmy}} found himself briefly in possession of the Magikarp, before someone who suspiciously resembles the [[Magikarp salesman]] offered to trade his {{p|Charmeleon}} for the Magikarp, a trade Jimmy accepted.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Jimmy|Magikarp|{{water color}}|Shiny Magikarp.png|This Magikarp made its sole appearance in a flashback occurring in ''[[AG092|Judgment Day!]]'' In it, {{ho|Jimmy}} found himself briefly in possession of the Magikarp, before someone who suspiciously resembles the [[Magikarp salesman]] offered to trade his {{p|Charmeleon}} for the Magikarp, a trade Jimmy accepted.}}
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|water|water|3|align=center|move=Splash|pic=Shiny Magikarp.png}}
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{{anmu|normal|Splash|AG092|Judgment Day!}}
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{{anmu/f|water|no|c=a}}
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==Donphan==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Donphan|{{ground color}}|AG114.png|Donphan made her appearance in ''[[AG114|Date Expectations]]'', which took place during the Donphan mating season. She was the target of the attention of a number of male Donphan, who all attempted to impress her by using {{m|Rollout}}. However, it was an injured Donphan who won her over, with a little help from {{Ash}} and his {{AP|friends}}.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no||Donphan|{{ground color}}|AG114.png|Donphan made her appearance in ''[[AG114|Date Expectations]]'', which took place during the Donphan mating season. She was the target of the attention of a number of male Donphan, who all attempted to impress her by using {{m|Rollout}}. However, it was an injured Donphan who won her over, with a little help from {{Ash}} and his {{AP|friends}}.}}
{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Austin|Dustox|{{bug color}}|Shiny Dustox.png|[[Austin]]'s Dustox made its appearance in ''[[DP073|Crossing Paths]]'', where it and [[Jessie's Dustox]] fell in love. Ultimately, and in [[EP021|an oddly familiar]] situation, Jessie released her Dustox to allow the two to start a family.}}
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|ground|ground|7|align=center}}
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{{anmu|rock|Rollout|AG114|Date Expectations}}
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{{anmu/f|ground}}
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==Dustox==
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{{trainerpkmn|note=|main=no|Austin|Dustox|{{bug color}}|Shiny Dustox.png|[[Austin]]'s Dustox made its appearance in ''[[DP073|Crossing Paths]]'', where it and [[Jessie's Dustox]] fell in love. Ultimately, and in [[EP021|an oddly familiar]] {{AP|situ|Butterfree}}[[Pink Butterfree|ation]], Jessie released her Dustox to allow the two to start a family.}}
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|bug|poison|7|align=center}}
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{{anmu|psychic|Confusion|DP073|Crossing Paths}}
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{{anmu/f|poison}}
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==Metagross==
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no||Metagross|{{steel color}}|Shinymetagross.png|Metagross made its sole appearance in ''[[DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!]]''. After [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}} had disbanded, James went after this Metagross, with the intention of presenting it to the boss and crediting the whole trio, believing the promise of success to be enough to bring Jessie and Meowth back. However, James was unaware that this particular Metagross was notorious for its vicious temperament and its reputation for injuring all challengers. Once Jessie learned that James was going after the Metagross, she and Meowth rushed to his aid. This was well-timed, as just as James, {{TP|James|Mime Jr.}}, and {{TP|James|Carnivine}} were all tied up by Carnivine's own vines, and about to be finished off, {{TP|Jessie|Seviper}} and {{TP|Jessie|Yanmega}} came to the rescue, knocking Metagross into a canyon. Ultimately, Metagross sent Team Rocket blasting off with a powerful {{m|Gyro Ball}}.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no||Metagross|{{steel color}}|Shinymetagross.png|Metagross made its sole appearance in ''[[DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!]]''. After [[Jessie]], [[James]], and {{MTR}} had disbanded, James went after this Metagross, with the intention of presenting it to the boss and crediting the whole trio, believing the promise of success to be enough to bring Jessie and Meowth back. However, James was unaware that this particular Metagross was notorious for its vicious temperament and its reputation for injuring all challengers. Once Jessie learned that James was going after the Metagross, she and Meowth rushed to his aid. This was well-timed, as just as James, {{TP|James|Mime Jr.}}, and {{TP|James|Carnivine}} were all tied up by Carnivine's own vines, and about to be finished off, {{TP|Jessie|Seviper}} and {{TP|Jessie|Yanmega}} came to the rescue, knocking Metagross into a canyon. Ultimately, Metagross sent Team Rocket blasting off with a powerful {{m|Gyro Ball}}.}}
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===Moves used===
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{{anmu/h|steel|psychic|7|align=center|move=Lock-On|pic=Metagross_LockOn_2.png}}
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{{anmu|psychic|Psychic|DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!}}
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{{anmu|normal|Lock-On|DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!|x=yes}}
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{{anmu|rock|Rock Slide<!--Unsure on this one. It could've just been using Psychic to throw the rocks.-->|DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!}}
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{{anmu|steel|Gyro Ball|DP117|Noodles! Roamin' Off!}}
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{{anmu/f|steel|yes|x=yes|c=a}}
   
 
[[Category:Lists]]
 
[[Category:Lists]]

Revision as of 00:18, 13 August 2009

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Shiny Pokémon have appeared occasionally in the anime since they were introduced in the second generation of video games. In this canon, they are just as rare as they are in the games. What follows is a chronological list of shiny Pokémon that have appeared in the anime.

List of shiny Pokémon

Noctowl

Pikachu
Main article: Ash's Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Confusion Move First Used In
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Hypnosis Fowl Play
Foresight Delibird's Dilemma
Tackle Unknown
Confusion From Ghost to Ghost
Gust Unknown
Peck Unknown
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.


Shuckle

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Gyarados

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Hyper Beam Move First Used In
200px
Hydro Pump Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution
Hyper Beam Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

Magneton

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Move First Used In
Ash Pikachu Thunderbolt.png
Thunderbolt Tie One On!
Thunder Wave Tie One On!
Tri-Attack Tie One On!
Double Team Tie One On!
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

Swellow

Pikachu
Main article: Ash's Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Peck Move First Used In
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Peck Sky High Gym Battle
Aerial Ace Sky High Gym Battle
Wing Attack Sky High Gym Battle
Hyper Beam Sky High Gym Battle
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.


Magikarp

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Splash Move First Used In
Shiny Magikarp.png
Splash Judgment Day!
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

Donphan

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Move First Used In
Ash Pikachu Thunderbolt.png
Rollout Date Expectations
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

Dustox

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Move First Used In
Ash Pikachu Thunderbolt.png
Confusion Crossing Paths
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.

Metagross

Pikachu
Debut [[]]

Moves used

Using Lock-On Move First Used In
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Psychic Noodles! Roamin' Off!
Lock-On x Noodles! Roamin' Off!
Rock Slide Noodles! Roamin' Off!
Gyro Ball Noodles! Roamin' Off!
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.