A Pokemon Scarlet and Violet fan creates Shiny Variants for Fidough, Cetitan, and Paldean Wooper

A Pokemon Scarlet and Violet fan creates Shiny Variants for Fidough, Cetitan, and Paldean Wooper ...

Since the game was first unveiled earlier this year, new information has been steadily released. Each video below provides a greater understanding of the most popular mainline games in the highly successful franchise. So far, fans have seen a look at the new Paldea region, characters that will be added to the story, and, of course, new Pokemon to catch in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

What hasn't yet been shown in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is how shiny Pokemon will appear in the game, which has encouraged fans to create their own versions of the rare creatures. In games such as Pokemon Legends: Arceus, shiny Pokemon have a different appearance than their regular counterparts, because they are easier to spot when a player steps into a tall grass.

Many Pokemon players enjoy the shiny versions of the pocket monsters, with many adding the rare Pokemon to their teams as a badge of honor that demonstrates how hard they worked to obtain it. But one Reddit user didn't wait for the new shiny Pokemon to arrive in November. Instead user Immediate-Comb1755 created their own versions for Cetitan, Fidough, and Paldean Wooper, which were all revealed in the latest teaser for Scarlet and Violet.

Cetitan, a new Ice-Type Pokemon, has a nice new shiny design. Its usual appearance is mostly white, with a bit of gray around its mouth and stomach and pink spots on its hands and tail. The fan-made version instead dyes Cetitan's skin black, giving it a much more intimidating appearance. The gray around the stomach has also been changed for more of a steel or silvery color.

Paldean Wooper is likely to be the most unique of the fan-made shiny designs, as it gives the new Gen 2 Pokemon a look that is very similar to its previous appearance. However, Immediate-Comb1755's design restores Wooper to its original colors, much to the delight of some nostalgic fans.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will be available on Nintendo Switch on November 18.