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{{trainerpkmn|note=|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 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 though, Metagross sent Team Rocket blasting off with a powerful {{m|Gyro Ball}}.}}
 
{{trainerpkmn|note=|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 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 though, Metagross sent Team Rocket blasting off with a powerful {{m|Gyro Ball}}.}}
   
{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no||Pichu|{{electric color}}|PikachuColoredPichu.png|[[Pikachu-colored Pichu]] features [[Get Fired up, Notched-ear Pichu!|the fourth ''Diamond & Pearl'' series ending]], along with [[Spiky-eared Pichu]].}}
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{{trainerpkmn|note=f|main=no||Pichu|{{electric color}}|PikachuColoredPichu.png|[[Pikachu-colored Pichu]] features [[Get Fired up, Spiky-eared Pichu!|the fourth ''Diamond & Pearl'' series ending]], along with [[Spiky-eared Pichu]].}}
   
 
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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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