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In the core series games
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! width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | Stadium 2
!| width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | {{gameabbrev3|FRLG}}
! width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | Gen IV
! width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | Gen V
! width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | Gen VI
!| width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | {{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}
!| width="80px" style="background:#EEE" | {{gameabbrev7|SMUSUM}}<br><small>'''Pokédex'''</small>
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====In-game Shiny Pokémon====
The following Pokémon are prevented from being Shiny when encountered as wild Pokémon: {{p|Zacian}}, {{p|Zamazenta}}, and {{p|Eternatus}}. Additionally, the player's [[starter Pokémon]] from [[Leon]], the gift {{p|Toxel}} from the [[Pokémon Nursery]], the {{p|Type: Null}} at the {{gdis|Battle Tower|VIII}}, and in-game gift [[Gigantamax|Gigantamax Factor]] Pokémon cannot be Shiny.
 
Pokémon that are too high a level for the player to catch with the current [[Badge]]s (described as "very strong-looking" in-game) cannot be Shiny, except Pokémon that appear as static encounters.