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Before you flag saying, "but LeafyBlade, you can't battle acerola" I know that. I mean the anime. In episode 73 of the Pokemon ANIME [yes, I mean the anime. The anime thread is dead and someone asked an anime question before and it was fine] Acerola is introduced, and she has a Mimikyu that is a greyish white [its shiny] but also has a bit of its normal color as well.

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Um, but you CAN battle Acerola...
Yeah but she doesnt have mimikyu in the games

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Yes, Mimi-Tan is shiny.
source: Bulbapedia and knowledge.
Acerola's Mimikyu

Shiny Mimikyu

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Thanks. I was very confused
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The previous answer is incorrect. Mimikins (mimi-tan) is not a shiny Mimikyu. It is stated that Mimikins is actually the ghost of a deceased Mimikyu which is why the coloration is different and explains why Mimikins' attacks don't work on Pokemon in the anime.

Source: https://pokemon.fandom.com/wiki/Mimikins

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"Mimikins and Kimia's Gardevoir are so far the only Shiny Fairy-type Pokémon seen in the anime."
That's what it says on your "proof"!
Yep it does