Shiny Diglett (alolan)

Mole Pokémon
The need to dig through volcanic rock in the ground has made them more powerful than the Diglett of other regions.

# 50-Alolan

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65 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Raya324
    expert19 July 2024

    I don't know what to say. Bro got deep fried. I kinda like the color, but I don't know that the blue needed to be kept...

  • Ameowphous
    expert12 July 2024

    this is so ugly omg

  • acd_gamer
    expert1 July 2024

    better than shiny kanto diglett at least

  • Congliree
    expert1 July 2024

    Nose should have stayed the same

  • Sussy baka
    guest28 June 2024

    Amougus in Pokemon is real guys 10/10 shiny ever

  • Sissy baka
    guest28 June 2024

    Amougus in Pokemon is real

  • Anonymous
    guest28 June 2024

    Literally among us

  • spartant117
    expert25 June 2024

    he's been out in the sun for too long

  • Onyx
    expert21 June 2024

    I said in my Kantoian Diglett review that I wish something about the base changed more. This is not what I meant.

  • wijher
    talented10 June 2024

    Sure it's fine

  • zebstrikafan85
    trainer8 June 2024

    visceral, immediate no.

  • Anonymous
    guest6 June 2024

    Diglet got that tan and a cold!

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert23 May 2024

    the kind of difference I wish your kanto cousin had

  • Tj325ki
    guest22 May 2024

    Hate Alolan Diglets

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Shiny Diglett (alolan)

The shiny version of Diglett (alolan) in Pokémon GO was released on 28-06-2019.
Diglett (alolan) was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main color of shiny Diglett (alolan) is red. The typing of this Pokémon is ground and steel. The Pokédex number of Diglett (alolan) is #50-Alolan. In the dex they call Diglett (alolan) the Mole Pokémon

The need to dig through volcanic rock in the ground has made them more powerful than the Diglett of other regions. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports. Also within cities or near railroad tracks

Diglett (alolan) belongs to the Diglett family.

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