Shiny Terapagos (stellar)

Tera Pokémon
When Terapagos changes into its Stellar Form, it uses its hidden powers to eliminate all effects of weather and terrain, reducing them to zero.

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31 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Shiny Mega Gengar Fan
    guest17 May 2024

    Wat

  • Rea
    guest6 May 2024

    It’s doesn’t have a shiny render, kind of like the outfit pikachus or the ones with the hats in the switch games.

  • Bubbabro999
    senior1 May 2024

    You can’t actually see the shiny but I bet it looks just as great as the last 2

  • Anon
    guest24 April 2024

    L shiny no cap

  • epyongunpla
    expert21 April 2024

    there doesn't seem to be a shiny render for this form but if there was it would probably be the teal skin and red eyes again so might as well keep ... read more

  • Jacob
    guest16 April 2024

    no shiny

  • Levi
    guest14 April 2024

    Bad

  • Lifunia
    expert13 April 2024

    What even changes on this one?

  • Lolo
    guest12 April 2024

    What?

  • the shiny sprigatito
    guest10 April 2024

    this is my number 2 favorite pokemon. (1 is sprigatito) the shiny is sooo bad though and i really would rather have a magicarp than this shiny. not... read more

  • Ogerpon
    guest6 April 2024

    EVERYONE!!!! I GET WHY ITS A 1 STAR!!! TERAPAGOS STELLAR DOES NOT YES HAVE A SHINY RENDER!!! THAT IS WHY THERE IS NO CHANGE!!! (im leaving it a 3 s... read more

  • Anonymous
    guest3 April 2024

    love it

  • Not telling you
    guest2 April 2024

    It does not change

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Wtf am I looking at

More information

Shiny Terapagos (stellar)

The shiny version of Terapagos (stellar) in Pokémon GO was released on UNRELEASED.
Terapagos (stellar) was originally discovered in the Paldea region. The main color of shiny Terapagos (stellar) is blue. The typing of this Pokémon is normal. The pokédex number of Terapagos (stellar) is 1024-s. In the dex they call Terapagos (stellar) the Tera Pokémon.

When Terapagos changes into its Stellar Form, it uses its hidden powers to eliminate all effects of weather and terrain, reducing them to zero.

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