Shiny Baltoy

Clay Doll Pokémon
Baltoy moves while spinning around on its one foot. Primitive wall paintings depicting this Pokémon living among people were discovered in some ancient ruins.

# 343

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15 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Ok

  • Anonymous
    guest18 March 2024

    Such a weird color choice but it could be worse

  • Az
    guest21 February 2024

    Cury

  • Anonymous
    guest14 February 2024

    crap

  • Rea
    guest20 January 2024

    I love this but y does claydoll not follow the tourquise also i cant spell today

  • Rea
    guest20 January 2024

    I love this but y does claydoll not follow the tourquias also i cant spel

  • Psimply
    guest8 December 2023

    M i n t

  • Anonymous
    guest14 November 2023

    Ancient mint infuser

  • Usernai
    expert10 August 2023

    great but wish they changed the body to be a bit lighter then they made it because the mint would stand out

  • Anonymous
    guest23 July 2023

    Good change of color

  • Tully Blimpp-Grelton
    expert14 January 2023

    Nice. I'd be happy to catch one.

  • kiwistickers
    expert12 January 2023

    Should have rated it before Claydol oops. The teal is great, definitely pops as shiny. Kind of a bummer it doesn't keep this color when it evolves.... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest13 August 2022

    Great color

  • Anonymous
    guest29 June 2022

    Better then it’s evolution.

More information

Shiny Baltoy

The shiny version of Baltoy in Pokémon GO was released on 27-03-2020.
Baltoy was originally discovered in the Hoenn region. The main color of shiny Baltoy is yellow. The typing of this Pokémon is ground and psychic. The Pokédex number of Baltoy is #343. In the dex they call Baltoy the Clay Doll Pokémon

Baltoy moves while spinning around on its one foot. Primitive wall paintings depicting this Pokémon living among people were discovered in some ancient ruins. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports. Also near the beach and within grassland locations.

Baltoy belongs to the Baltoy family.

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