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Shiny Pokémon message in PTD 1

Shiny Pokémon are much rarer versions of Normal Pokémon that have a different color scheme and gain 50% more EXP than Normal Pokémon.

They are characterized by a color scheme that differs from their Normal coloration, as well as a sparkle in their sprite. The difference varies from drastic, e.g. Shiny Gyarados, to more moderate, e.g. Shiny Pikachu, to almost unnoticable, e.g. Shiny Venonat.

Rates

Shiny Pokémon have a 1/8000 chance or 0.000125% chance of appearing in the wild in PTD 1.

  • Shiny Pokémon always have a red HP bar, so you can catch them via Pokéball without having to lower their HP, this preventing accidental KOs.
  • An alert will appear the instant a Shiny Pokémon appears.
  • Shiny Pokemon have a glitter animation
  • When it appears, the game pauses until you click on the screen. The screen reverts the play speed back down to x1 to help you ensure that you don't defeat the Shiny.

In Alpha v4.8 of PTD 1, Shiny Pokémon were removed from the wild, but were returned to the wild in Alpha v4.9 of PTD 1. In Alpha v1.72 of PTD 2, the legendary dogs were made available to be found in the wild, after about 3 years ago when they were available to be found in the wild in PTD 1 a year before PTD 2 was released and were then removed from the wild near the end of PTD 1. So this can be a great opportunity for you to get the legendary dogs. 

You can obtain Shiny Pokémon from encountering it in Levels, Trading, Game CornerMystery Gift, Completing Achievements, and Completing Challenge Mode Levels.


Shiny Pokémon by Update (PTD 1)

Alpha v3.8.1

133Eevee3135Jolteon3134Vaporeon3136Flareon3

Alpha v4.0

123Scyther3127Pinsir3137Porygon3147Dratini3

Alpha v4.2

081Magnemite3082Magneton3

Alpha v4.3

048Venonat3049Venomoth3092Gastly3093Haunter3094Gengar3104Cubone3105Marowak3

Alpha v4.5

098Krabby3099Kingler3

Alpha v4.6

118Goldeen3119Seaking3

Alpha v4.7

143Snorlax3

Alpha v4.8

131Lapras3

Alpha v5.1

116Horsea3117Seadra3

Alpha v5.2

106Hitmonlee3107Hitmonchan3

Alpha v5.4

054Psyduck3055Golduck3090Shellder3091Cloyster3132Ditto3

Alpha v5.5

088Grimer3089Muk3

Alpha v5.6

079Slowpoke3080Slowbro3084Doduo3085Dodrio3102Exeggcute3103Exeggutor3

108Lickitung3111Rhyhorn3112Rhydon3115Kangaskhan3128Tauros3

Alpha v5.7

114Tangela3

Alpha v5.8

077Ponyta3078Rapidash3126Magmar3

Alpha v5.9

086Seel3087Dewgong3

Alpha v6.0

109Koffing3110Weezing3138Omanyte3139Omastar3140Kabuto3141Kabutops3142Aerodactyl3

Alpha v6.3
000Missingno.3

Alpha v0.8

125Electabuzz3144Articuno3145Zapdos3146Moltres3

Alpha v0.9

150Mewtwo3

Trivia

  • Mew and Missingno are the only Pokémon programmed to never be Shiny in the wild in PTD 1, Missingno is only available to get through Mystery Gift code: SnDgames, Shiny and Shadow Missingno were Mystery Gifts back in 2012. You can also get a Normal Mew if you pay 1 SnD Coin in the adoption and you can get a Shiny one if you pay 20 SnD Coins Shadow Mew is through Game Corner.
  • Mew is Shiny Locked in PTD1 because people that spent 20 SnD Coins on them in the Adoption Center could have gotten mad at Sam if you could find a Shiny one in the wild.

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