Shiny Umbreon (cherry blossom)

Moonlight Pokémon
Umbreon evolved as a result of exposure to the moon's waves. It hides silently in darkness and waits for its foes to make a move. The rings on its body glow when it leaps to attack.

# 197-cherry

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10 people rated this shiny Pokémon
  • Linnrhett
    expert6 February 2024

    One of the best gen 2 shinies plus cute flowers!

  • NikuFai
    guest30 November 2023

    Top tier shiny and rally good

  • NikuFai
    guest30 November 2023

    Top tier shiny

  • Google
    expert9 November 2023

    ok shiny

  • Anonymous
    guest8 October 2023

    dont like how the hats are treated as different pokemon

  • Cavie
    expert16 September 2023

    why are all the costume seprate, anyway if you picked this one with the flower , you made a mistake, but i do like the blue rings

  • purrohlasagna
    expert23 August 2023

    Looks nicer tho, but doesn't fit it's character much

  • Anonymous
    guest9 August 2023

    not good

  • Anonymous
    guest14 July 2023

    Perfect

  • Golden
    guest28 June 2023

    it good

More information

Shiny Umbreon (cherry blossom)

The shiny version of Umbreon (cherry blossom) in Pokémon GO was released on 04-04-2023.
Umbreon (cherry blossom) was originally discovered in the Johto region. The main colors of shiny Umbreon (cherry blossom) are black, and blue. The typing of this Pokémon is dark. The Pokédex number of Umbreon (cherry blossom) is #197-cherry. In the dex they call Umbreon (cherry blossom) the Moonlight Pokémon

Umbreon evolved as a result of exposure to the moon's waves. It hides silently in darkness and waits for its foes to make a move. The rings on its body glow when it leaps to attack. This Pokémon is usually seen found in dark places, such as movie theaters, cemeteries and landmarks.

Umbreon (cherry blossom) belongs to the Eevee family.

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