Shiny Roserade

Bouquet Pokémon
With the movements of a dancer, it strikes with whips that are densely lined with poison thorns.

# 407

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31 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest4 May 2024

    Just as good as shiny Roselia

  • epyongunpla
    expert23 April 2024

    im a fan of blue roses for whatever reason, so i miss the blue and black roses from roselia. i also wish the hair changed.

  • Raahilson
    guest23 April 2024


  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    So unoriginal

  • no
    guest26 March 2024

    Like the black flower. Everything is duller.

  • Pigma
    guest26 March 2024

    Its nice. Wish the hair changed

  • Anonymous
    guest21 March 2024

    Good as good as shiny Roselia.

  • Unknown m
    guest17 March 2024

    Love the purple and black flowers

  • Anonymous
    guest11 January 2024

    one of the most iconic shinies, to me

  • SpikeSoaring
    expert10 January 2024

    verrry nice :]

  • goblinbreath
    guest9 January 2024

    Goth queen

  • Anonymous
    guest6 January 2024

    Evil flowers

  • BrodyThePigBoy
    expert9 December 2023

    Simple but great change

  • Shiny Roserade Enthusiast
    guest6 December 2023

    Read the name, Jane.

More information

Shiny Roserade

The shiny version of Roserade in Pokémon GO was released on 06-11-2018.
Roserade was originally discovered in the Sinnoh region. The main colors of shiny Roserade are green, and purple. The typing of this Pokémon is grass and poison. The Pokédex number of Roserade is #407. In the dex they call Roserade the Bouquet Pokémon

With the movements of a dancer, it strikes with whips that are densely lined with poison thorns. This Pokémon is usually seen near grassy areas, such as golf courses, farms, gardens, or residential areas. Also near ponds, marshes, lakes, cities, parks and industrial areas.

Roserade belongs to the Budew family.

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