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:
- One kind of Pokemon (Example Charmander) can have 2 colors ? eg: Charmander is red (normal) and his shiny is yellow can another shiny Charmander be black ?
- Can a shiny Charmander (yellow) become a black Charmeleon ?
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:
- The shiny Charmander in Pokemon wiki is Yellow, while the Charizard is Black.
- In the Anime there is a Yellow Magikarp, and a Red Gyarados, the yellow Magikarp appears only in the anime, and it's not a good base of information for the game, but at least give us some extra reference.
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 ?