Shiny Garchomp

Mach Pokémon
Its fine scales don't just reduce wind resistance - their sharp edges also cause injury to any opponent who attacks it.

# 445

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149 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Piplux
    guest19 July 2024

    This is one of those shiny’s that make you disappointed. It’s like anime to me: You had me at the plot, or in this case, the blue and yellow Gi... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest16 July 2024


  • dxs
    guest14 July 2024

    not to big change

  • Neptune
    guest13 July 2024

    Not great

  • Anonymous
    guest12 July 2024

    At least give him the mega or pre evo shines.

  • Ameowphous
    expert12 July 2024

    where is the flavour

  • Fenrir
    guest8 July 2024

    Miserable color. Why not let him have the shiny colors of his pre evolutions?

  • DarkN
    guest28 June 2024

    In general, the shade of blue is beautiful and could be used in an amazing way, but it just doesn't fit garchomp and is too close to the original, ... read more

  • lurantis's biggest fan
    guest21 June 2024

    not that bad

  • Shadow the Dragon King
    guest12 June 2024

    Garchomp was done dirty here. 1/10.

  • KV
    guest10 June 2024

    Garchomp rules and deserves better

  • Junoh
    guest10 June 2024

    Absolute wasted potential. Out of all pokemon to not get good shiny colors this feels like one of the most insulting, especially for a pseudo legen... read more

  • An artist
    guest6 June 2024

    It’s definitely not a great shiny, the sudden desaturation after two shines being so bright. I do have a shiny Garchomp and have grown fond of it... read more

  • ligma
    beginner28 May 2024

    it looks sick (in a bad way)

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Shiny Garchomp

The shiny version of Garchomp in Pokémon GO was released on 17-12-2019.
Garchomp was originally discovered in the Sinnoh region. The main colors of shiny Garchomp are gray, and orange. The typing of this Pokémon is dragon and ground. The Pokédex number of Garchomp is #445. In the dex they call Garchomp the Mach Pokémon

Its fine scales don't just reduce wind resistance - their sharp edges also cause injury to any opponent who attacks it. This Pokémon is usually seen and caught in cities, but have been known to appear near golf courses. Also open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports.

Garchomp belongs to the Gible family.

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