Shiny Greninja

Ninja Pokémon
It creates throwing stars out of compressed water. When it spins them and throws them at high speed, these stars can split metal in two.

# 658

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Ratings
83 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • Ameowphous
    expert11 July 2024

    awesome

  • Anonymous
    guest10 July 2024

    ITS PERFECT
    how can you hate a shiny like this

  • Fenrir
    guest8 July 2024

    Overrated pokemon with overrated color combination. Make the color like those toxic frogs from the jungle used in those toxic arrows a cerulean blu... read more

  • improbabilitydr
    trainer5 July 2024

    This is top tier. This is what shinies are made for.

  • eddie
    beginner30 June 2024

    10/10 makes up for the trash shinys for the rest of the line {:

  • dinomax
    guest29 June 2024

    its very cool,the black looks in he amazing

  • Anonymous
    guest27 June 2024

    Prob my favorite shiny pokemon. The black and red really gives me the ninja vibe.

  • Skull
    guest22 June 2024

    Cool looking shiny, the white looks a bit off to me

  • Shiny Greninja lover
    guest14 June 2024

    The best Shiny ever!!

  • Anonymous
    guest12 June 2024

    This shiny is good

  • Anonymous
    guest12 June 2024

    This shiny screams frog ninja

  • Anonymous
    guest12 June 2024

    This shiny screams ninja

  • I lik poke’s
    guest5 June 2024

    Gives me shiny primape vibes

  • Shehhehejejrjjr
    guest30 May 2024

    OMGGGG best shine

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More information

Shiny Greninja

The shiny version of Greninja in Pokémon GO was released on 13-08-2023.
Greninja was originally discovered in the Kalos region. The main colors of shiny Greninja are black, and red. The typing of this Pokémon is dark and water. The Pokédex number of Greninja is #658. In the dex they call Greninja the Ninja Pokémon

It creates throwing stars out of compressed water. When it spins them and throws them at high speed, these stars can split metal in two. This Pokémon is usually seen found in dark places, such as movie theaters, cemeteries and landmarks. Also near bodies of water, including streams, rivers, lakes, beaches, oceans, or harbors.

Greninja belongs to the Froakie family.

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