Shiny Raichu

Mouse Pokémon
If the electrical sacs become excessively charged, Raichu plants its tail in the ground and discharges. Scorched patches of ground will be found near this Pokémon's nest.

# 26

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Ratings
97 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • epyongunpla
    expert12 May 2024

    its ok.

  • Anonymous
    guest10 May 2024

    Is so good

  • miles
    talented7 May 2024

    Not the best

  • nematoid
    senior5 May 2024

    i rated every pikachu variation for this..was it worth it? not really

  • Tj325ki
    guest30 April 2024

    Normal is better.

  • Frysende
    senior29 April 2024

    Raichu is a Pokémon that suffered in the jump from sprites to 3D models, getting pretty washed out in the process. I don't like this shiny in pixe... read more

  • ciebad
    expert18 April 2024

    bro got a tan

  • asnakecallednoodle
    senior18 April 2024

    the orange is nicer than pikachus

  • Lifunia
    expert12 April 2024

    Better than Pikachu!

  • Wombatopus
    senior9 April 2024

    Better than it's crappy previous evolutions.

  • Anonymous
    guest5 April 2024

    Better than shiny Pikachu but is still kinda bland

  • tysonturnpike
    trainer4 April 2024

    At least it is a tad better than Pikachu's shiny.

  • shinyblueannihilape
    senior3 April 2024

    it really cool

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Better than pikachu

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More information

Shiny Raichu

The shiny version of Raichu in Pokémon GO was released on 08-08-2017.
Raichu was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main color of shiny Raichu is orange. The typing of this Pokémon is electric. The Pokédex number of Raichu is #26. In the dex they call Raichu the Mouse Pokémon

If the electrical sacs become excessively charged, Raichu plants its tail in the ground and discharges. Scorched patches of ground will be found near this Pokémon's nest. This Pokémon is usually seen near industrial buildings, college campuses and dry climates.

Raichu belongs to the Pikachu family.

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