Shiny Torterra

Continent Pokémon
Small Pokémon occasionally gather on its unmoving back to begin building their nests.

# 389

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Ratings
38 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • YamiHeart
    beginner8 July 2024

    A bit of a let down after the previous two shinies in the line. Not the worst, but... really not that great.

  • Cyrus
    expert16 June 2024

    UGH

  • Lolo2Lol
    trainer2 June 2024

    THEY COULD HAVE DONE SOMETHING SO BEAUTIFUL

  • Anonymous
    guest1 June 2024

    GOOD

  • Anonymous
    guest15 May 2024

    Not horrible?

  • Blipblopdasplaty
    talented14 May 2024

    How did they screw him up so bad all the previous ones were amazing

  • epyongunpla
    expert27 April 2024

    i guess all the gen 4 starters were just kind of tinted, huh. the colors themselves aren't awful but i don't like how the tree trunk looks.

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024

    Massive downgrade from prevos

  • Anonymous
    guest21 March 2024

    Not that bad but the worse shiny in the evolution line

  • ChadamBray
    senior6 March 2024

    Torterra got peed on. #urinatingtree ew. Was better prior to HGSS when it was more of a steely green

  • C
    guest20 February 2024

    Shite

  • torterra guy
    guest9 February 2024

    sooooo freaking bland but not terribly ugly

  • Linnrhett
    expert31 January 2024

    Looks really cool but I can’t give it five stars because this was such a missed opportunity when they could have given it autumn colors

  • Android
    guest21 January 2024

    TBH it's rather bland but not the worst

More information

Shiny Torterra

The shiny version of Torterra in Pokémon GO was released on 15-09-2019.
Torterra was originally discovered in the Sinnoh region. The main color of shiny Torterra is green. The typing of this Pokémon is grass and ground. The Pokédex number of Torterra is #389. In the dex they call Torterra the Continent Pokémon

Small Pokémon occasionally gather on its unmoving back to begin building their nests. This Pokémon is usually seen near grassy areas, such as golf courses, farms, gardens, or residential areas. Also open fields, beaches, ditches, streams, railways and airports.

Torterra belongs to the Turtwig family.

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