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The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Japanese name.
シロン Shiron
Poké Ball
Lillie's Vulpix
Egg obtained in SM008
Hatches in SM013
Hatched at Pokémon School
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Lillie
Egg Vulpix
This Pokémon spent 5 episodes in its Egg.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Vulpix Unknown N/A

(Japanese: シロン Shiron) is an Alolan Vulpix who was raised by Lillie as an Egg and is the first Pokémon she obtained.


Shiron's Egg

In SM008, Samson Oak revealed two Eggs to the students of the Pokémon School. While one Egg was received from his cousin from the Kanto region, the other was found on Mount Lanakila. He decided to give the class an assignment to raise one of the Eggs and offers to let them choose between the two. Mallow suggested that Lillie should choose one of the Eggs and raise it, as it would potentially help her get over her inability to touch Pokémon. Lillie agreed and chose the one from Mount Lanakila, as she preferred it over the other one. She would eventually name the egg Shiron, a name it would retain once it hatched.

After class ended, Lillie and Ash traveled to Lillie's home in order to take care of the Egg. While they traveled, a wild Salandit managed to sneak onto Lillie's limousine in an attempt to attack the Egg. Later, when Lillie was alone in her room, the Salandit revealed itself and attacked the defenseless Egg. Despite her fear of Pokémon, Lillie instinctively shielded the Egg from harm, protecting it long enough for Ash and James to send Salandit flying. After Salandit had ran away, Lillie realized that she had managed to touch the Egg without any trouble, but was still unable to touch regular Pokémon.

In SM013, the Egg hatched into a Alolan Vulpix. In the next episode, Lillie caught Shiron despite her fear of Pokémon. On the day of its hatching, Lillie and Shiron spent much of the day bonding while walking in Hau'oli City. They were challenged by Team Rocket, but Shiron defended Lillie, first using Powder Snow to freeze a sidewalk to slow them down, then using Powder Snow to neutralize Mareanie's Sludge Bomb. When a second Sludge Bomb blew Shiron off a rooftop, Lillie jumped off after it and caught it. The two were saved by Ash's Rowlet with Leafage. Shiron then froze Team Rocket with Powder Snow, and they were taken away by Bewear. Lillie had no issue holding Shiron from that point on, though she was still afraid of other Pokémon.

Personality and characteristics

File:Lillie and Shiron.png
Lillie and Shiron

After Shiron first hatched, it was a very reserved Pokémon that didn't want to interact with anyone else but Lillie. When Ash tried to interact with it, it promptly froze him. Although it was newly hatched, it didn't hesitate to attack Team Rocket when they chased it and even froze them, despite Ash preparing to fight them himself with his Pikachu. By the end of SM014, it warmed up to the Pokémon owned by its Trainer's friends and was willing to play with them.

Moves used

Using Powder Snow
Move First Used In
Powder Snow SM014
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


  • Shiron was alluded to being Lillie's in the poster of the Sun & Moon series and in the first opening, where its Egg appeared briefly being held by her.
  • Shiron is the first Pokémon belonging to a main character to have an Alola Form.
  • Shiron is the third Pokémon owned by a main character to have a nickname after Misty's Caserin and James's Growlie.
  • Shiron is the only Pokémon Lillie can touch without freaking out.


Language Name Origin
Japanese シロン Shiron From 白 shiro, meaning white, and コロンコロン koron koron, the sound of rolling

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Vulpix.

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