As it says on Bulbapedia
"Upon evolution, a Pokémon will retain its Shiny status. A Shiny Charmander, if leveled up, will eventually become a Shiny Charmeleon and then a Shiny Charizard, just as a regular Charmander will become a regular Charmeleon and then a regular Charizard. This is due to the status being determined by values inherent to the Pokémon;"
So those are the questions:
As said in bulbapedia...
"Shiny Pokémon in the games may differ in color from their normal counterparts either very little or very much. Usually the former is the case, with some Pokémon, such as Glaceon or Pichu, having their Shiny form be only a few shades lighter or darker in color, although a majority of the Pokémon that exhibit this are not in their final form of evolution. However, many Pokémon will have a spectacular difference between their normal and Shiny variations; even extremely common Pokémon like Caterpie show a dramatic difference."
So my question (as I said) is about this: "many Pokémon will have a spectacular difference between their normal and Shiny variations". Pokemons CAN be shiny even without change they color like Spiky-eared-Pichu.
What I have found about this was:
So I guess it is YES for question 2.
But in question 1 I'am still not sure. Can i have two shiny Charmanders one yellow and another Black ?
"Shiny" Pokemon have alternate color palettes, but there is still only a single alternate color palette. At least through the fifth generation, any two shiny pokemon of the same species, gender and forme will appear identical.
There are no black charmanders, nor is there any rhyme or reason as to the nature of the color swap. Evolution can result in a similarly modified color... or it can result in something entirely different.
No. All shiny Pokemon of a specific species will appear identical to each other.
If you're asking about the anime then sure. If you're asking about the games then no. The images used for shiny pokemon ingame is prerendered by the artists just as the normal version is, only one image for each. You can catch 100 of the same pokemon in shiny form without any visual differences whatsoever.
Each unique Pokémon sprite has exactly one normal palette and one shiny palette. However, some Pokémon have more than one possible sprite, due to gender, variants, or alternate formes. Each of those can have a different shiny palette.
Generally speaking, if a Pokémon can be found in multiple different colours, its shinies will have different colours from each other.
Further, some shiny Pokémon's evolved forms have very different colour schemes, even if the original Pokémon all had the same colour.
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