The best new shinies from Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

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Shiny hunting in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet continues to be a popular endgame activity among fans after completing the Pokédex. Want to know which Shiny Pokémon are among the best? Here are our picks for the best new Shinies in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet.

The 5 best new Shiny Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Revavroom

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While unsurprisingly, most of the best new color schemes went to Paradox-type Pokémon, we wanted to include at least one Generation IX Standard-type Pokémon in this list. Revavroom’s brilliant silver-to-gold transition feels like it’s gone from a Toyota engine to that of a Ferrari. It still maintains a wild look with black accents and a red eye and overall feels like a precious shiny to have in your collection.

skeleton

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The award for Best Looking Shiny Starter Pokémon undoubtedly goes to Skeledirge, although Skeledirge also arguably has the best overall design of the three Generation IX Starter Pokémon. The transition from red to pink feels unique while still maintaining the fiery theme of Skeledirge. It’s also a color that fits the festival theme that ties the Generation IX starter Pokémon together.

Related: Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s worst looking shinies

roaring moon

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One of the stronger Paradox Pokémon, Roaring Moon received the shine of the original Pokémon that inspired the design, Salamance. The Shiny version of Roaring Moon also shares some similarities with the Shiny version of Salamance, but takes it to a brighter, bolder level with the addition of yellow accents.

Big tusk

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The design of Great Tusk, the ancient version of Donphan, feels a lot more prehistoric in its shiny version. In our opinion, the earth tones of the Shiny version suit Great Tusk’s themes much better than the deep purple and pink hues of the original. It’s difficult to find shiny versions of Paradox Pokémon, but this color scheme seems worth it.

Iron Thorns

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Of all the Paradox Pokémon, our favorite Shiny Pokémon is Iron Thorns, based on the fan favorite Tyranitar. While the original Iron Thorns has the appearance of a green, mechanized version of Tyranitar, Shiny Iron Thorns looks like a sleek, steel deathtrap. The decision to give the prehistoric Pokémon a new, futuristic design was already a good choice, but the Shiny version makes this Pokémon that much more special.

Looking for more information on how to hunt Shiny Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet? Check out how to get an Alien Ditto for the Shiny Breeding in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet or how to get the Shining Amulet in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet here in the Pro Game Guides.

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Isaiah Colbert

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