Spritzee 100% perfect IV stats, shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Go

There’s no shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Go, but there are still good reasons why you should participate in this week’s Spotlight.

Below, we cover why you should spend some time catching Spritzee during the one-hour period, such as the chance of catching a 100% perfect IV Spritzee, and we’ve included a preview of the shiny Spritzee for when it finally arrives in the game.

In other Pokémon Go news, this year’s Lunar New Year event is currently taking place and if you previously purchased a Go Tour: Johto ticket, you can participate in February’s Catch Challenge.

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Spritzee’s 100% perfect IV stats in Pokémon Go

During this week’s Featured Hour, you have the perfect chance to catch a Spritzee with perfect IV stats.

While Spritzee and Aromatisse, their evolution, are not the best fairy types competitively, they can still be quite useful until you have obtained one of the more powerful fairy types, such as Sylveon.

The CP values ​​that correspond to perfect values ​​of 15/15/15 are as follows:

  • Level 30 (Max Wild CP) – 1,073 CP
  • Level 35 (maximum CP boosted by weather) – 1,162 CP

The wild CP value aligns with your trainer level until you reach level 30, and since the majority of the player base is now above level 30, we’ve kept the previous values ​​to keep things simple. However, these values ​​will be different if you are currently below level 30.

Is there a shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Go?

There is no shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Go.

Because there is no Shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Go at the time of writing, and because it is unlikely to be a Community Day candidate, we can expect it to be released as part of a future in-game event.

However, thanks to the main Pokémon games, we know what a shiny Spritzee looks like.

What does shiny Spritzee look like?

The main games give us a great idea of ​​what the shiny Spritzee will look like when it finally arrives in Pokémon Go. Thanks to Treniyos from YouTube who posted this video of the shiny Spritzee in Pokémon Sword and Shield, with the Pokémon appearing at the 1:21 mark:


Live Shiny Spritzee in Shield after 3247 encounters

As you can see, Spirtzee’s coloring focuses on darker colors, mainly purple, compared to her traditional design.

This design has remained consistent since Spritzee’s debut in Pokémon X and Y, as you can see in JBC’s YouTube video below from the 0:49 mark:


Live Shiny Spritzee in a chain of 33 + Shiny Patch via PokeRadar – Pokemon Y

Other reasons to catch as many Spritzee as possible

Even though there won’t be any shiny Spritzees for this week’s Spotlight, there are still several reasons to catch as many Spritzees as possible:

  • During Spotlight Hour you will receive double catch stardust with every Pokémon you catch, Spritzee or not. This is a great opportunity to collect more stardust if you’re running low.
  • Aromatisse, the evolution of Spritzee, can be a useful backup Fairy-type Pokémon for raids, especially if you find a Spritzee with perfect IVs.
  • This year’s Lunar New Year event is currently taking place, so if you haven’t completed it yet, catching Spritzee will help you contribute to the ‘Lunar New Year: Catch Challenge’ timed research quest.
  • If you have access to the February Catch Challenge, you’ll definitely want to take the time to catch some Spritzees and add them to your overall total.
  • Spritzee is a Fairy-type Pokémon, so you can use this hour to add progress to your Fairy-type capture medal.

Spotlight Hours last from 6 pm to 7 pm (local time), and next week, Koffing, along with a double catch XP bonus, will be the featured Pokémon.

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