Shiny Ninetales (alolan)

Fox Pokémon
Some said that deities visited mountains where Ninetales live, so in times long past, no one was allowed to go into those mountains.

# 38-Alolan

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43 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • critterofficial
    expert22 November 2023


  • Lildebaygo
    guest21 November 2023

    Nice subtle, yet elegant change

  • GhostTrainer
    beginner19 November 2023

    I love the beautiful eerie purple with burgundy eyes! Has all the vibe of original Alolan Ninetales but with more contrast.

  • stew
    guest18 November 2023


  • Reynard
    guest14 November 2023

    I have one and they're gorgeous!

  • Google
    expert8 November 2023


  • GameDJ
    guest30 October 2023

    very pleasant

  • Tsunder
    beginner27 October 2023

    The original is great, but this is also nice too! The purple gives it difference, and the eyes give it some contrast, along with the white, a shiny... read more

  • Happy_McSir
    guest9 October 2023

    Actually pretty nice.

  • Anonymous
    guest30 September 2023


  • Hehehe
    guest30 September 2023

    I love the colors and lilac

  • Cavie
    expert16 September 2023

    Honestly, pretty freaking sick shiny, but not as sick as normal Ninetales shiny, i have it's prevo, but didn't evolve it yet, since Vulpix is cute ... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest13 September 2023

    same energy as the previous ninetales

  • purrohlasagna
    expert23 August 2023

    I just love it, especially the gradient. I think that more shinies could have that effect. It's really cool haha

More information

Shiny Ninetales (alolan)

The shiny version of Ninetales (alolan) in Pokémon GO was released on 29-06-2019.
Ninetales (alolan) was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main colors of shiny Ninetales (alolan) are purple and white. The typing of this Pokémon is fairy and ice. The Pokédex number of Ninetales (alolan) is #38-Alolan. In the dex they call Ninetales (alolan) the Fox Pokémon

Some said that deities visited mountains where Ninetales live, so in times long past, no one was allowed to go into those mountains. This Pokémon is usually seen found near churches, cemeteries, monuments or landmarks. Also near water, this does not necessarily have to be frozen water. ice types are seen in cold climates and are featured yearly during the holidays event.

Ninetales (alolan) belongs to the Vulpix family.

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