Question from cryingwolf26

How does a shiny pokemon look in the wild?

I have walked everywhere and i also looked up on info in the internet but i could never find one or even dont even know where to start? how does a shiny pokemon look like from the bushes?? does it glow or shakes??????

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pokedude900 answered:

You won't notice anything outside of battle, it's random. As for in battle, you can't miss a shiny. It will usually be a significantly different color, and there will be a sparkling effect and sound effect.
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Spiritwolf17 answered:

I'm pretty sure it will sorta put off this blue glow.
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mrburger87 answered:

Pokedude900 is right, but to help clarify a little: When the shiny pokemon first appears at the start of the battle, it will sparkle noticeably all over (similar to as though it just ate a berry) and, if your volume isn't all the way down, make a high-pitched "shine" noise. If you weren't paying attention at the start of battle, and/or you have any doubt as to whether or not the pokemon might be shiny: check online! Bulbagarden and Serebii (= two sites I hope to god you've heard of) both show, if you look a pokemon up, what its shiny coloration is.
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mariomaster16 answered:

going off what mrburger87 said, shiny pokemon will be shiny. Not being sarcastic. that's really the best way to put it: they shine at the beginning of the battle.
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Jacob_power answered:

It looks SHINY!
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darfire answered:

Now joking aside they do have a color difference however for some ex garchomp shiny pokemon are hard to see but when they appear at the begining of the battle they will shimmer its hard to miss if your paying attention
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