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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26 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • critterofficial
    expert22 November 2023

    ew omg

  • roseghould
    beginner20 November 2023


  • Scooby dartimelius kakorot eighjacy IIII is now Scooby doo
    guest18 November 2023

    Way better than normal diglett

  • Anonymous
    guest8 November 2023

    WOW you somehow made it worse than the original

  • Hamstercatt
    guest29 October 2023

    Bad Sunburn. Make the nose yellow, for the hotdog

  • Poul Wilcox
    guest23 October 2023

    Good sunburn

  • Happy_McSir
    guest9 October 2023

    He got sun-burnt and I love it

  • twiggy
    trainer4 October 2023

    why is he red

  • kiwistickers
    expert29 September 2023

    2.5 - Its fixed the visibility problem default Diglett has. Its clearly a shiny. The colors aren't great but they do their job. Reminds me of a ro... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest21 September 2023

    he’s cute it’s like he has a little sun tan

  • purrohlasagna
    expert23 August 2023

    No offence but N

  • MattE123
    expert10 August 2023

    Ehh making the skin more brown kinda makes it look more ugly

  • pdevito
    trainer20 July 2023


  • Anonymous
    guest18 July 2023

    Funny hotdog

More information

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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