All Shadow Pokémon in Pokémon Go in 2020

The full, and still growing, list of Team Go Rocket’s experiments.

 All Shadow Pokémon in Pokémon Go in 2020

Defeating Team Go Rocket on our phones may have been what life always intended, but we prefer the poor, helpless Shadow Pokémon that suffered at their hands. There’s something charming about the little Shadow Pokémon that the Team Go Rocket Grunt blocking access to the Poké Stop just doesn’t have. 

Team Go Rocket brought Shadow Pokémon to Pokémon Go in July 2019. The initial list of Pokémon was disappointingly short at only 15 Pokémon, but we’ve come a very long way from the first iteration of Team Go Rocket and Shadow Pokémon. Now trainers battle big names in the shady organization and capture their tormented Pokémon to liberate and tame them. 

All you have to do is beat a Team Rocket representative and you will have a chance to capture a Shadow Pokémon. It’s worth noting that Shadow Pokémon are inherently weaker than their non-shadowed counterparts. Purification is recommended, even if the red eyes and spooky shadows look really cool.

All Shadow Pokémon currently in the game, in order of Dex Number:

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

Long gone are the days of just a handful of Shadow Pokémon. Almost the entire first generation of Pokémon is now available as Shadow Pokémon, and more are constantly being added. It is possible it may cover all of them in the future.