Shiny Wooper (Paldea)

Poison Fish Pokémon
After losing a territorial struggle, Wooper began living on land. The Pokémon changed over time, developing a poisonous film to protect its body.

# 194-paldea

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17 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • WooperTrooper92308
    senior4 June 2024

    "I always come back!" looking cute as ever

  • Johncenamlg
    guest25 May 2024

    It’s a really nice change

  • CardinalFoolery
    expert24 May 2024

    swaps are neat but could be brighter

  • Robert
    guest18 May 2024

    Why is the rating so low he is great

  • assiduousTorture
    beginner17 May 2024

    A bit too dark of a purple. Otherwise I like it

  • epyongunpla
    expert30 April 2024

    kinda cute :)

  • Jshyzerflip
    expert2 April 2024


  • no
    guest27 March 2024

    SO PRETTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Paldea Shiny
    guest19 March 2024

    mincraft blue axolotl

  • Anonymous
    guest12 March 2024

    It tries to resemble original Wooper or a blue axolotl but it doesn't look as good. Still a decent shiny though.

  • Rebornopposum75
    guest11 March 2024


  • Anonymous
    guest2 March 2024

    The shiny is a perfect mix of both versions of wooper :)

  • Squid_Raptor
    guest13 February 2024

    one of the subtle shinys i actually like

  • Linnrhett
    expert29 January 2024

    I like his purpley swag

More information

Shiny Wooper Paldea

The shiny version of Paldean Wooper in Pokémon GO was released on 05-11-2023.
Wooper was originally discovered in the Paldea region. The main color of shiny Wooper (Paldea) is pink. The typing of this Pokémon is ground and poison. The Pokédex number of Wooper is #194-paldea. In the dex they call Wooper the poison Fish Pokémon

After losing a territorial struggle, Wooper began living on land. The Pokémon changed over time, developing a poisonous film to protect its body. On land, it coats its body with a gooey, toxic film.

Paldean Wooper belongs to the Wooper family.

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