Shiny Sandslash

Mouse Pokémon
Sandslash's body is covered by tough spikes, which are hardened sections of its hide. Once a year, the old spikes fall out, to be replaced with new spikes that grow out from beneath the old ones.

# 28

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Ratings
75 people rated this shiny Pokémon
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  • kvratesit
    trainer10 June 2024

    Cherry pie vibes

  • zebstrikafan85
    trainer8 June 2024

    the red spines are pretty sweet.

  • miles
    trainer8 June 2024

    not a fan of the body color but the red is nice

  • hpee
    guest6 June 2024

    4.0

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert23 May 2024

    love it, wish there was a lil extra, maybe the eyes or claws

  • epyongunpla
    expert12 May 2024

    oh fuck he's kinda bad ass...

  • nematoid
    senior5 May 2024

    ehhh? it weirdly works?? if i had one id name it ganon

  • Frysende
    senior2 May 2024

    The red spikes make it feel like an autumn Sandslash, stopping just short of Pumpkin Spice Sandslash.

  • Tj325ki
    guest30 April 2024

    Somehow, I feel like the origanal was better than the shiny ver... Anyone agree with me?

  • ciebad
    expert18 April 2024

    okaaaayyyyy!!!

  • Bigulus
    expert15 April 2024

    looks alright

  • Lifunia
    expert12 April 2024

    Better than Sandshrew!

  • Anonymous
    guest5 April 2024

    red spikes are nice but would like a body change.

  • tysonturnpike
    trainer4 April 2024

    Super upgrade from shiny sandshrew!

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More information

Shiny Sandslash

The shiny version of Sandslash in Pokémon GO was released on 05-12-2018.
Sandslash was originally discovered in the Kanto region. The main colors of shiny Sandslash are red, and yellow. The typing of this Pokémon is ground. The Pokédex number of Sandslash is #28. In the dex they call Sandslash the Mouse Pokémon

Sandslash's body is covered by tough spikes, which are hardened sections of its hide. Once a year, the old spikes fall out, to be replaced with new spikes that grow out from beneath the old ones. This Pokémon is usually seen open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports.

Sandslash belongs to the Sandshrew family.

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