Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon list: Every shadow monster available to catch in-game for January 2020

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Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon were added to the game with the arrival of Pokemon Go Team Rocket last year, and while they look incredibly cool with their purple auras, they’re unfortunately quite weak until you purify them. Not sure what on earth I’m talking about? Then let this guide to Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon help you, as it covers all of the available shadow Pokemon in Pokemon Go and how they work.

What are Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon?

Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon list: Every shadow monster available to catch in-game for January 2020

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Shadow Pokemon in Pokemon Go are some Pokemon that Team Rocket have brought with them. Whenever you defeat a Team Rocket GO Grunt at a pokestop they’ve taken over, you’ll have the opportunity to catch a shadow Pokemon that they’ve left behind. They’re easily distinguishable due to the purple aura around them, red eyes, and when you catch them, you’ll notice that their CP is significantly lower than you’d expect.

This is because when you catch a shadow Pokemon, you’ve got the option of spending a few candy and stardust to purify it. This will increase each IV stat by two and raise the CP considerably, making it a much more formidable fighter. You could also keep it as a shadow Pokemon though, because like I said before… they look badass.

Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon list

Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon list: Every shadow monster available to catch in-game for January 2020

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Here’s the complete list of all Pokemon Go shadow Pokemon in order of their Pokemon Go Pokedex number, along with all of their evolutions. Note: you can only catch the base Pokemon as a shadow type in this table, and then you can evolve it into the higher types. 

Bulbasaur Ivysaur Venusaur
Charmander Charmeleon Charizard
Squirtle Wartortle Blastoise
Weedle Kakuna Beedrill
Rattata Raticate
Sandshrew Sandslash
Zubat Golbat Crobat
Oddish Gloom Vileplume Bellossom
Venonat Venomoth
Meowth Persian
Psyduck Golduck
Growlithe Arcanine
Poliwag Poliwhirl Poliwrath Politoed
Abra Kadabra Alakazam
Bellsprout Weepinbell Victreebel
Magnemite Magneton Magnezone
Grimer Muk
Drowzee Hypno
Cubone Marowak
Hitmonlee
Hitmonchan
Scyther Scizor
Electabuzz Electivire
Magmar Magmortar
Magikarp Gyarados
Lapras
Porygon Porygon2 PorygonZ
Snorlax
Articuno Zapdos Moltres
Dratini Dragonair Dragonite
Mareep Flaaffy Ampharos
Wobuffett
Sneasel Weavile
Delibird
Houndour Houndoom
Stantler
Larvitar Pupitar Tyranitar
Mudkip Marshtomp Swampert
Seedot Nuzleaf Shiftry
Ralts Kirlia Gardevoir Gallade
Sableye
Trapinch Flygon
Cacnea Cacturne
Shuppet Banette
Duskull Dusclops Dusknoir
Absol
Bagon Shelgon Salamence
Turtwig Grotle Torterra
Snover Abomasnow

We’ll continue to update this list whenever new shadow Pokemon are released and until then, get out there and save those Pokemon!

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