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'''Evolutionary Stones''' (commonly known as '''Elemental Stones''') are crystals with the power of a certain element that instantly evolve certain Pokémon they are used on. There are currently nine types known of these stones.
'''Evolution Stones''' (commonly known as '''Elemental Stones''') are crystals with the power of a certain element that instantly evolve certain Pokémon they are used on. There are currently nine different stones for evolving Pokémon.
 
*Fire, Water, and Thunder Stones evolve Pokémon of the corresponding Pokémon types, for example [[Vulpix]], [[Staryu]], and [[Pikachu]], respectively.
 
*The Moon Stone evolves fairy-like Pokémon, like [[Clefairy]], [[Nidorino]], and [[Nidorina]].
 
*Leaf Stones evolve Grass-types, such as [[Exeggcute]] and [[Weepinbell]].
 
*The Sun Stone, introduced in Pokémon Gold and Silver, evolves the plant Pokémon [[Sunkern]], [[Petilil]] and [[Gloom]].
 
Pokémon Diamond and Pearl added Shiny, Dusk, and Dawn Stones:
 
*Shiny Stones are used to evolve [[Togetic]] and [[Roselia]].
 
*Dusk Stones are used to evolve [[Murkrow]] and [[Misdreavus]].
 
*[[Dawn Stone]]s are used to evolve female [[Snorunt]] and male [[Kirlia]].
 
   
 
There are a handful of other stones related to evolution.
 
There are a handful of other stones related to evolution.
*The Everstone prevents the Pokémon that holds it from evolving.
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*An [[Everstone]] prevents the Pokémon that holds it from evolving.
*The Sun Shard and Moon Shard (found in [[Pokémon]] XD only) simulate the effects of Day and Night, which allows a happy [[Eevee]] to evolve into [[Espeon]] or [[Umbreon]].
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*The [[Sun Shard]] and [[Moon Shard]] (found in [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness|Pokémon XD]] only) simulate the effects of Day and Night, which allows a happy [[Eevee]] to evolve into [[Espeon]] or [[Umbreon]].
*When a [[Slowpoke]] or [[Poliwhirl]] holds the King's Rock and is traded, it will evolve into [[Slowking]] or [[Politoed]], respectively.
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*When a [[Slowpoke]] or [[Poliwhirl]] holds the [[King's Rock]] and is traded, it will evolve into [[Slowking]] or [[Politoed]], respectively.
*When a [[Happiny]] holds the Oval Stone and levels up, it will evolve into [[Chansey]].
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*When a [[Happiny]] holds an [[Oval Stone]] and levels up, it will evolve into [[Chansey]].
   
== [[Water Stone]] [[File:Bag Water Stone Sprite.png|A Water Stone]] ==
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==List of Evolutionary Stones==
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===Water Stone [[File:Bag Water Stone Sprite.png|A Water Stone]]===
 
[[File:Waterstone.png|thumb|A water stone held by a [[Politoed]]]]
 
[[File:Waterstone.png|thumb|A water stone held by a [[Politoed]]]]
The Water Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in [[Generation I]], which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is blue in appearance, with bubble insignias inside of it. It evolves [[Eevee]] into [[Vaporeon]], [[Poliwhirl]] into [[Poliwrath]], [[Shellder]] into [[Cloyster]], [[Lombre]] into [[Ludicolo]], [[Staryu]] into [[Starmie]], and [[Panpour]] into [[Simipour]].
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A '''Water Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in [[Generation I]], which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is blue in appearance, with bubble insignias inside of it. It evolves:
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*[[Eevee]] into [[Vaporeon]]
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*[[Poliwhirl]] into [[Poliwrath]]
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*[[Shellder]] into [[Cloyster]]
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*[[Lombre]] into [[Ludicolo]]
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*[[Staryu]] into [[Starmie]]
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*[[Panpour]] into [[Simipour]]
   
==[[Thunder Stone]] [[File:Bag Thunderstone Sprite.png|A Thunder Stone]] ==
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The [[Thunder Stone]] is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is green in appearance, with a thunderbolt insignia inside of it, and evolves [[Eevee]] into [[Jolteon]], [[Pikachu]] into [[Raichu]], and [[Eelektrik]] into [[Eelektross]].
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Mystery Gift]], [[Fisherman]] Tully ([[Johto Route 42|Route 42]])({{C}} only)
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[Abandoned Ship]]
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Fisherman]] Tully ([[Johto Route 42|Route 42]]), [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize)<br />[[Seafoam Islands]], [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri)
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Castelia City]], [[Driftveil City]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 19|Route 19]], [[Clay Tunnel]], [[Battle Subway]], [[Pokémon World Tournament]]<br />[[White Forest]], [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Kalos Route 8|Route 8]], [[Kalos Route 12|Route 12]], [[Lumiose City]]'s Stone Emporium,<br />[[Super Training]] (''The Water Stone Cup Begins!'')
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''The Water Stone Cup Begins!'')
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==[[Fire Stone]] [[File:Bag Fire Stone Sprite.png|A Fire Stone]] ==
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===Thunder Stone [[File:Bag Thunderstone Sprite.png]]===
The [[Fire Stone]] is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is yellow in appearance, with a fire insignia inside of it, and usually makes Fire-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves [[Eevee]] into [[Flareon]], [[Vulpix]] into [[Ninetales]], [[Growlithe]] into [[Arcanine]], and [[Pansear]] into [[Simisear]].
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A '''Thunder Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is green in appearance, with a thunderbolt insignia inside of it, and evolves
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*[[Eevee]] into [[Jolteon]]
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*[[Pikachu]] into [[Raichu]]
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*[[Eelektrik]] into [[Eelektross]]
   
== [[Leaf Stone]] [[File:Bag Leaf Stone Sprite.png|A Leaf Stone]] ==
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The [[Leaf Stone]] is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I which, when used on certain Pokémon, evolves them. It is an elliptical-shape stone that is brown and has a Leaf on it, and usually makes {{type|Grass}}-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves [[Gloom]] into [[Vileplume]], [[Weepinbell]] into [[Victreebel]], [[Exeggcute]] into [[Exeggutor]], [[Nuzleaf]] into [[Shiftry]] and [[Pansage]] into [[Simisage]].
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|[[Celadon Department Store]]
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Lass]] Dana ([[Johto Route 38|Route 38]])
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[New Mauville]]
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|{{FRLG}}
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|[[Celadon Department Store]], [[Power Plant (Kanto)|Power Plant]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Underground|Underground]], [[Sunyshore City]], [[Solaceon Ruins]] ({{Pt}} only)
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Lass]] Dana ([[Johto Route 38|Route 38]]), [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize),<br />[[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Wed/Thu/Sat), [[Poké Walker#Yellow Forest (Obtained through an event)|Yellow Forest]]
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Shopping Mall Nine]], [[Chargestone Cave]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Nimbasa City]], [[Chargestone Cave]], [[Battle Subway]], [[Pokémon World Tournament]], [[Black City]], [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Kalos Route 10|Route 10]], [[Kalos Route 11|Route 11]], [[Super Training]] (''Follow Those Fleeing Goals!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''Follow Those Fleeing Goals!''), [[New Mauville]],<br />[[Guitarist]] Dalton ([[Hoenn Route 118|Route 118]] after rematch)
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|}
   
== [[Moon Stone]] [[File:Bag Moon Stone Sprite.png|A Moon Stone]] ==
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===Fire Stone [[File:Bag Fire Stone Sprite.png]]===
The [[Moon Stone]] is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is grey in appearance, looks somewhat like a moon rock, and usually makes Fairy-Group Pokémon evolve. It evolves [[Jigglypuff]] into [[Wigglytuff]], [[Skitty]] into [[Delcatty]],[[Clefairy]] into [[Clefable]], [[Nidorino]] into [[Nidoking]], [[Nidorina]] into [[Nidoqueen]], and [[Munna]] into [[Musharna]].
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A '''Fire Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is yellow in appearance, with a fire insignia inside of it, and usually makes Fire-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves
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*[[Eevee]] into [[Flareon]]
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*[[Vulpix]] into [[Ninetales]]
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*[[Growlithe]] into [[Arcanine]]
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*[[Pansear]] into [[Simisear]]
   
== [[Sun Stone]] [[File:Bag Sun Stone Sprite.png|A Sun Stone]] ==
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The [[Sun Stone]] is a special stone, introduced in [[Generation II]], which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is orange in appearance, in the shape of the sun, and usually makes plant Pokémon with some connection to the sun evolve. It evolves [[Sunkern]] into [[Sunflora]], [[Gloom]] into [[Bellossom]], [[Petilil]] into [[Lilligant]], and [[Cottenee]] into [[Whimsicott]].
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|[[Celadon Department Store]]
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|{{GSC}}
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Mystery Gift]], [[School Kid]] Alan ([[Johto Route 36|Route 36]])
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[Fiery Path]]
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|{{FRLG}}
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|[[Celadon Department Store]], [[Mt. Ember]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Underground|Underground]], [[Fuego Ironworks]], [[Hayley]]'s [[Vulpix]], [[Solaceon Ruins]] ({{Pt}} only),<br />[[Stark Mountain]] ({{Pt}} only)
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[School Kid]] Alan ([[Johto Route 36|Route 36]]), [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize),<br />[[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Sun/Tue/Thu), [[Poké Walker#Warm Beach|Warm Beach]]
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Castelia City]], [[Driftveil City]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Lentimas Town]], [[Desert Resort]], [[Battle Subway]], [[Pokémon World Tournament]], [[Black City]] (Black2 only), [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Lumiose City]]'s Stone Emporium, [[Kalos Route 9|Route 9]], [[Super Training]] (''The Fire Stone Cup Begins!''), [[Kalos Route 13|Route 13]], [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Fiery Path]], [[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''The Fire Stone Cup Begins!'')
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|}
   
== [[Dawn Stone]] [[File:Bag Dawn Stone Sprite.png|A Dawn Stone]] ==
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===Leaf Stone [[File:Bag Leaf Stone Sprite.png]]===
The [[Dawn Stone]] is a peculiar stone, introduced in [[Generation IV]], that will only evolve Pokémon of a determinate gender. It is a round stone, sky blue in appearance, and actually looks similar to an opal. It evolves a female [[Snorunt]] into [[Froslass]] and a male [[Kirlia]] into [[Gallade]].
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A '''Leaf Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I which, when used on certain Pokémon, evolves them. It is an elliptical-shape stone that is brown and has a Leaf on it, and usually makes {{type|Grass}}-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves: 
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*[[Gloom]] into [[Vileplume]]
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*[[Weepinbell]] into [[Victreebel]]
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*[[Exeggcute]] into [[Exeggutor]]
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*[[Nuzleaf]] into [[Shiftry]]
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*[[Pansage]] into [[Simisage]]
   
== [[Dusk Stone]] [[File:Bag Dusk Stone Sprite.png|A Dusk Stone]] ==
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A [[Dusk Stone]] is a very odd stone which was introduced in Generation IV, that will evolve certain Pokémon that are associated with nighttime. It is a purplish-black, irregularly-shaped stone.
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|[[Celadon Department Store]]
|[[File:429.png]] [[Mismagius]]
 
 
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|[[File:198.png]] [[Murkrow]]
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|{{GSC}}
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|[[Bill's grandfather]], [[Picnicker]] Gina ([[Johto Route 34|Route 34]])
|[[File:430.png]] [[Honchkrow]]
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|-
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[Hoenn Route 119|Route 119]]
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|{{FRLG}}
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|[[Celadon Department Store]], [[Safari Zone (Kanto)|Safari Zone]]
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|-
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Underground|Underground]], [[Floaroma Meadow]]
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Viridian Forest]], [[Bill's grandfather]], [[Picnicker]] Gina ([[Johto Route 34|Route 34]]),<br />[[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize), [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Tue/Thu/Sat)
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 6|Route 6]], [[Castelia City]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 7|Route 7]], [[Lostlorn Forest]], [[Battle Subway]], [[Pokémon World Tournament]], [[White Forest]], [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Lumiose City]]'s Stone Emporium, [[Kalos Route 8|Route 8]], [[Laverre City]]<br />[[Super Training]] (''The Lead Stone Cup Begins!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Hoenn Route 119|Route 119]], [[Aroma Lady]], [[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]]<br />[[Super Training]] (''The Leaf Stone Cup Begins!'')
 
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===Moon Stone [[File:Bag Moon Stone Sprite.png]]===
!colspan="3"|Black and White
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A '''Moon Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is grey in appearance, looks somewhat like a moon rock, and usually makes Fairy-Group Pokémon evolve. It evolves: 
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*[[Nidorina]] into [[Nidoqueen]]
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*[[Nidorino]] into [[Nidoking]]
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*[[Clefairy]] into [[Clefable]]
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*[[Jigglypuff]] into [[Wigglytuff]]
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*[[Skitty]] into [[Delcatty]]
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*[[Munna]] into [[Musharna]]
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|[[File:608.png]] [[Lampent]]
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|{{RBY}}
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|[[Kanto Route 2|Route 2]], [[Mt. Moon]] (x2), [[Rocket Hideout]], [[Pokémon Mansion]]
|[[File:609.png]] [[Chandelure]]
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|{{GSC}}
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|[[Tohjo Falls]], [[Ruins of Alph]] ({{C}} only), [[Mt. Moon]] (Monday only),<br />held by wild [[Clefairy]], Player's mom
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[Meteor Falls]], held by wild [[Lunatone]]
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|[[Mt. Moon]] (x2), [[Rocket Hideout]], [[Pokémon Mansion]], held by wild [[Clefairy]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Underground|Underground]], [[Mt. Coronet]] ({{Pt}} only), held by wild [[Clefairy]] and [[Lunatone]]
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Tohjo Falls]], [[Ruins of Alph]], Player's mom, [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize)
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Pickup]], [[Pinwheel Forest]], [[Twist Mountain]], [[Black City]] (Black only),<br />held by wild [[Clefairy]], [[Clefable]] and [[Lunatone]]
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Pickup]], [[Unova Route 6|Route 6]], [[Giant Chasm]], [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop,<br />held by wild [[Clefairy]], [[Clefable]] and [[Lunatone]]
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Pickup]], [[Reflection Cave]], [[Terminus Cave]], [[Super Training]] (''Drag Down Hydreigon!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]], held by wild [[Clefairy]] and [[Lunatone]]
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Pickup]], [[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''Drag Down Hydreigon!''), [[Meteor Falls]]
 
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== [[Shiny Stone]] [[File:Bag Shiny Stone Sprite.png|A Shiny Stone]] ==
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===Sun Stone [[File:Bag Sun Stone Sprite.png]]===
The [[Shiny Stone]] is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation IV, which when used on only certain Fairy-Group Pokémon, makes them evolve. It is an elipitcal-shaped stone that is transparent in appearance, with a ball of light inside of it. It evolves [[Togetic]] into [[Togekiss]], [[Roselia]] into [[Roserade]], and [[Minccino]] into [[Cinccino]].
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A '''Sun Stone''' is a special stone, introduced in [[Generation II]], which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is orange in appearance, in the shape of the sun, and usually makes plant Pokémon with some connection to the sun evolve. It evolves: 
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*[[Gloom]] into [[Bellossom]]
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*[[Sunkern]] into [[Sunflora]]
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*[[Cottonee]] into [[Whimsicott]]
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*[[Petilil]] into [[Lilligant]]
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*[[Helioptile]] into [[Heliolisk]]
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|{{GSC}}
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|[[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize)
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|-
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|{{RSE}}
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|[[Mossdeep City]], held by wild [[Solrock]]
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|-
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|{{FRLG}}
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|[[Ruin Valley]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Underground|Underground]], [[Valor Lakefront]], held by wild [[Solrock]]
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|-
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Camper]] Tanner ([[Kanto Route 13|Route 13]], [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize), [[Volcano Path (Pokéwalker Route)|Volcano Path]], [[Poké Walker#Amity Meadow (Obtained through an event)|Amity Meadow]]
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, anywhere with [[Pickup]], [[Nimbasa City]], [[Relic Castle]], [[Black City]] (Black only), held by wild [[Solrock]]
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Pickup]], [[Nimbasa City]], [[Relic Castle]], [[Giant Chasm]], [[Pinwheel Forest]],<br />[[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop, held by wild [[Solrock]]
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Pickup]], [[Kalos Route 13|Route 13]], [[Anistar City]], [[Super Training]] (''Drag Down Hydreigon!''), [[Shalour City]], [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]], held by wild [[Solrock]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Pickup]], [[Mossdeep City]], [[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''Drag Down Hydreigon!''), [[Expert]] Timothy ([[Hoenn Route 115|Route 115]], held by wild [[Solrock]]
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===Dawn Stone [[File:Bag Dawn Stone Sprite.png]]===
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A '''Dawn Stone''' is a peculiar stone, introduced in [[Generation IV]], that will only evolve Pokémon of a determinate gender. It is a round stone, sky blue in appearance, and actually looks similar to an sunburst-cut opal. It evolves:
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*A female [[Snorunt]] into [[Froslass]]
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*A male [[Kirlia]] into [[Gallade]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Sinnoh Route 212|Route 212]] ({{Pt}} only), [[Sinnoh Route 225|Route 225]], [[Mt. Coronet]], [[Pickup]]
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|-
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Biker]] Aiden ([[Kanto Route 17|Route 17]], [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat), [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize), [[Mt. Silver]],<br />trade [[Steven Stone]] a [[Forretress]] for a [[Beldum]] (holds a Dawn Stone)
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 10|Route 10]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|-
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 2|Route 2]], [[Dreamyard]], [[Moor of Icirrus]], [[Black City]] (Black2 only)
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Kalos Route 3|Route 3]], [[Super Training]] (''Those Long Shots Are No Long Shot!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Victory Road]], [[Super Training]] (''Those Long Shots Are No Long Shot!''),<br />[[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]]
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|}
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===Dusk Stone [[File:Bag Dusk Stone Sprite.png]]===
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A '''Dusk Stone''' is a very odd stone which was introduced in Generation IV, that will evolve certain Pokémon that are associated with nighttime. It is a purplish-black, irregularly-shaped stone with a dark center. It evolves:
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*[[Misdreavus]] into [[Mismagius]]
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*[[Murkrow]] into [[Honchkrow]]
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*[[Lampent]] into [[Chandelure]]
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*[[Doublade]] into [[Aegislash]]
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Galactic Warehouse]], [[Sinnoh Victory Road|Victory Road]], [[Wayward Cave]] ({{Pt}} only), [[Pickup]]
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Biker]] Reese ([[Kanto Route 17|Route 17]]), [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat), [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize), [[Cerulean Cave]]
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 10|Route 10]], [[Mistralton Cave]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|-
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Strange House]], [[Victory Road]], [[Black City]] (Black2 only),<br />[[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Laverre City]], [[Terminus Cave]],<br />[[Super Training]] (''Watch Out! That's One Tricky Second Half!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Super Training]] (''Watch Out! That's One Tricky Second Half!''),<br />[[Hex Maniac]] Valerie (after rematch at [[Mt. Pyre]])
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|}
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===Shiny Stone [[File:Bag Shiny Stone Sprite.png|A Shiny Stone]]===
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A '''Shiny Stone''' is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation IV, which when used on only certain Fairy-Group Pokémon, makes them evolve. It is an elipitcal-shaped stone that is transparent in appearance, with a ball of light inside of it. It evolves: 
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*[[Roselia]] into [[Roserade]]
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*[[Togetic]] into [[Togekiss]]
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*[[Minccino]] into [[Cinccino]]
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*[[Floette]] into [[Florges]]
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{|class="wikitable" style="text-align:center; width:85%"
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!Games
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!Location/Method
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|-
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|{{DPPt}}
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|[[Iron Island]], [[Sinnoh Route 210|Route 210]], [[Sinnoh Route 228|Route 228]], [[Pickup]]
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|-
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|{{HGSS}}
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|[[Bird Keeper]] Josh ([[Kanto Route 14|Route 14]], [[Pokéathlon Dome]] (Sun/Mon/Wed/Thu/Sat),<br />[[National Park]], [[Bug-Catching Contest]] (1st place prize)
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|-
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|{{BW}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 6|Route 6]], [[Dragonspiral Tower]], [[Black City]] (Black only)
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|-
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|{{B2W2}}
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|[[Dust Cloud]]s, [[Unova Route 6|Route 6]], [[Dragonspiral Tower]], [[Undella Town]], [[White Forest]] (White2 only), [[Join Avenue]]'s Antique Shop
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|-
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|{{XY}}
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|[[Kalos Route 12|Route 12]], [[Super Training]] (''An Opening of Lightning - Quick Attacks!''), [[Kalos Route 18|Route 18]]
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|-
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|{{ORAS}}
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|[[Hoenn Route 121|Route 121]], [[Super Training]] (''An Opening of Lightning - Quick Attacks!''),<br /> [[Mauville City#Inverse Battle Stop|Inverse Battle Stop]], [[Fairy Tale Girl]] Momo (after rematch at [[Mt. Pyre]])
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|}
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==Special Circumstances==
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===[[Red and Blue Rescue Team]]===
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[[File:Squirtle in Luminous Cave.png|thumb|250px|Luminous Cave]]
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In [[Red and Blue Rescue Team]], to evolve you must first beat the game. When you go to Whiscash Pond, there will be a massive hole in the center of the area. This is Luminous Cave. Make sure that you have your stone on hand and that the Pokémon you want to evolve is alone. Upon entry, a mysterious voice will ask if you want to evolve. Say yes, and when it asks if an item is necessary, say yes as well. The stone will be used and your Pokémon will evolve.
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===[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time and Darkness]], [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]]===
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[[File:Luminous Spring.png|thumb|left|Luminous Spring]]
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In [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness|Explorers of Time and Darkness]], and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky|Explorers of Sky]], you must graduate from [[Wigglytuff's Guild]] to gain access to Luminous Spring. However, you won't be able to evolve. Once you have defeated [[Palkia]], and [[Manaphy]] has returned, can you evolve.
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{{-}}
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Fire_Stone_anime.png|Fire Stone
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Water_Stone_anime.png|Water Stone
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Thunder_Stone_anime.png|Thunder Stone
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Leaf_Stone_anime.png|Leaf Stone
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Moon_Stone_anime.png|Moon Stone
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Sun_Stone_anime.png|Sun Stone
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Shiny_Stone_anime.png|Shiny Stone
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Dusk_Stone_anime.png|Dusk Stone
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Dawn_Stone_anime.png|Dawn Stone
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Dream Moon Stone Sprite.png|Ever Stone
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Dream Sun Stone Sprite.png|Sun Stone
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Dream Dawn Stone Sprite.png|Dawn Stone
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</gallery>
 
[[Category:Stones]]
 
[[Category:Stones]]
 
[[Category:Evolution Items]]
 
[[Category:Evolution Items]]

Latest revision as of 21:55, January 5, 2016

Evolutionary Stones (commonly known as Elemental Stones) are crystals with the power of a certain element that instantly evolve certain Pokémon they are used on. There are currently nine types known of these stones.

There are a handful of other stones related to evolution.

List of Evolutionary StonesEdit

Water Stone Bag Water Stone SpriteEdit

Waterstone

A water stone held by a Politoed

A Water Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is blue in appearance, with bubble insignias inside of it. It evolves:

Games Location/Method
RBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Bill's grandfather, Mystery Gift, Fisherman Tully (Route 42)(C only)
RSE Abandoned Ship
FRLG Celadon Department Store, Seafoam Islands
DPPt Underground, Route 213, Solaceon Ruins (Pt only)
HGSS Bill's grandfather, Fisherman Tully (Route 42), Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize)
Seafoam Islands, Pokéathlon Dome (Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri)
BW Dust Clouds, Castelia City, Driftveil City, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Route 19, Clay Tunnel, Battle Subway, Pokémon World Tournament
White Forest, Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Route 8, Route 12, Lumiose City's Stone Emporium,
Super Training (The Water Stone Cup Begins!)
ORAS Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (The Water Stone Cup Begins!)

Thunder Stone Bag Thunderstone SpriteEdit

A Thunder Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is green in appearance, with a thunderbolt insignia inside of it, and evolves: 

Games Location/Method
RBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Bill's grandfather, Lass Dana (Route 38)
RSE New Mauville
FRLG Celadon Department Store, Power Plant
DPPt Underground, Sunyshore City, Solaceon Ruins (Pt only)
HGSS Bill's grandfather, Lass Dana (Route 38), Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize),
Pokéathlon Dome (Wed/Thu/Sat), Yellow Forest
BW Dust Clouds, Shopping Mall Nine, Chargestone Cave, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Nimbasa City, Chargestone Cave, Battle Subway, Pokémon World Tournament, Black City, Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Route 10, Route 11, Super Training (Follow Those Fleeing Goals!), Route 18
ORAS Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (Follow Those Fleeing Goals!), New Mauville,
Guitarist Dalton (Route 118 after rematch)

Fire Stone Bag Fire Stone SpriteEdit

A Fire Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is yellow in appearance, with a fire insignia inside of it, and usually makes Fire-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves: 

Games Location/Method
RBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Bill's grandfather, Mystery Gift, School Kid Alan (Route 36)
RSE Fiery Path
FRLG Celadon Department Store, Mt. Ember
DPPt Underground, Fuego Ironworks, Hayley's Vulpix, Solaceon Ruins (Pt only),
Stark Mountain (Pt only)
HGSS Bill's grandfather, School Kid Alan (Route 36), Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize),
Pokéathlon Dome (Sun/Tue/Thu), Warm Beach
BW Dust Clouds, Castelia City, Driftveil City, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Lentimas Town, Desert Resort, Battle Subway, Pokémon World Tournament, Black City (Black2 only), Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Lumiose City's Stone Emporium, Route 9, Super Training (The Fire Stone Cup Begins!), Route 13, Route 18
ORAS Fiery Path, Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (The Fire Stone Cup Begins!)

Leaf Stone Bag Leaf Stone SpriteEdit

A Leaf Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I which, when used on certain Pokémon, evolves them. It is an elliptical-shape stone that is brown and has a Leaf on it, and usually makes Grass-type Pokémon evolve. It evolves: 

Games Location/Method
RBY Celadon Department Store
GSC Bill's grandfather, Picnicker Gina (Route 34)
RSE Route 119
FRLG Celadon Department Store, Safari Zone
DPPt Underground, Floaroma Meadow
HGSS Viridian Forest, Bill's grandfather, Picnicker Gina (Route 34),
Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize), Pokéathlon Dome (Tue/Thu/Sat)
BW Dust Clouds, Route 6, Castelia City, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Route 7, Lostlorn Forest, Battle Subway, Pokémon World Tournament, White Forest, Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Lumiose City's Stone Emporium, Route 8, Laverre City
Super Training (The Lead Stone Cup Begins!), Route 18
ORAS Route 119, Aroma Lady, Inverse Battle Stop
Super Training (The Leaf Stone Cup Begins!)

Moon Stone Bag Moon Stone SpriteEdit

A Moon Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation I, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is an elliptical-shaped stone that is grey in appearance, looks somewhat like a moon rock, and usually makes Fairy-Group Pokémon evolve. It evolves: 

Games Location/Method
RBY Route 2, Mt. Moon (x2), Rocket Hideout, Pokémon Mansion
GSC Tohjo Falls, Ruins of Alph (C only), Mt. Moon (Monday only),
held by wild Clefairy, Player's mom
RSE Meteor Falls, held by wild Lunatone
FRLG Mt. Moon (x2), Rocket Hideout, Pokémon Mansion, held by wild Clefairy
DPPt Underground, Mt. Coronet (Pt only), held by wild Clefairy and Lunatone
HGSS Tohjo Falls, Ruins of Alph, Player's mom, Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize)
BW Dust Clouds, Pickup, Pinwheel Forest, Twist Mountain, Black City (Black only),
held by wild Clefairy, Clefable and Lunatone
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Pickup, Route 6, Giant Chasm, Join Avenue's Antique Shop,
held by wild Clefairy, Clefable and Lunatone
XY Pickup, Reflection Cave, Terminus Cave, Super Training (Drag Down Hydreigon!), Route 18, held by wild Clefairy and Lunatone
ORAS Pickup, Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (Drag Down Hydreigon!), Meteor Falls

Sun Stone Bag Sun Stone SpriteEdit

A Sun Stone is a special stone, introduced in Generation II, which when used on certain Pokémon makes them evolve. It is orange in appearance, in the shape of the sun, and usually makes plant Pokémon with some connection to the sun evolve. It evolves: 

Games Location/Method
GSC Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize)
RSE Mossdeep City, held by wild Solrock
FRLG Ruin Valley
DPPt Underground, Valor Lakefront, held by wild Solrock
HGSS Camper Tanner (Route 13, Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize), Volcano Path, Amity Meadow
BW Dust Clouds, anywhere with Pickup, Nimbasa City, Relic Castle, Black City (Black only), held by wild Solrock
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Pickup, Nimbasa City, Relic Castle, Giant Chasm, Pinwheel Forest,
Join Avenue's Antique Shop, held by wild Solrock
XY Pickup, Route 13, Anistar City, Super Training (Drag Down Hydreigon!), Shalour City, Route 18, held by wild Solrock
ORAS Pickup, Mossdeep City, Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (Drag Down Hydreigon!), Expert Timothy (Route 115, held by wild Solrock

Dawn Stone Bag Dawn Stone SpriteEdit

A Dawn Stone is a peculiar stone, introduced in Generation IV, that will only evolve Pokémon of a determinate gender. It is a round stone, sky blue in appearance, and actually looks similar to an sunburst-cut opal. It evolves:

Games Location/Method
DPPt Route 212 (Pt only), Route 225, Mt. Coronet, Pickup
HGSS Biker Aiden (Route 17, Pokéathlon Dome (Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat), Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize), Mt. Silver,
trade Steven Stone a Forretress for a Beldum (holds a Dawn Stone)
BW Dust Clouds, Route 10, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Route 2, Dreamyard, Moor of Icirrus, Black City (Black2 only)
XY Route 3, Super Training (Those Long Shots Are No Long Shot!), Route 18
ORAS Victory Road, Super Training (Those Long Shots Are No Long Shot!),
Inverse Battle Stop

Dusk Stone Bag Dusk Stone SpriteEdit

A Dusk Stone is a very odd stone which was introduced in Generation IV, that will evolve certain Pokémon that are associated with nighttime. It is a purplish-black, irregularly-shaped stone with a dark center. It evolves:

Games Location/Method
DPPt Galactic Warehouse, Victory Road, Wayward Cave (Pt only), Pickup
HGSS Biker Reese (Route 17), Pokéathlon Dome (Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat), Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize), Cerulean Cave
BW Dust Clouds, Route 10, Mistralton Cave, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Strange House, Victory Road, Black City (Black2 only),
Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Laverre City, Terminus Cave,
Super Training (Watch Out! That's One Tricky Second Half!), Route 18
ORAS Inverse Battle Stop, Super Training (Watch Out! That's One Tricky Second Half!),
Hex Maniac Valerie (after rematch at Mt. Pyre)

Shiny Stone Bag Shiny Stone SpriteEdit

A Shiny Stone is a special elemental stone, introduced in Generation IV, which when used on only certain Fairy-Group Pokémon, makes them evolve. It is an elipitcal-shaped stone that is transparent in appearance, with a ball of light inside of it. It evolves: 

Games Location/Method
DPPt Iron Island, Route 210, Route 228, Pickup
HGSS Bird Keeper Josh (Route 14, Pokéathlon Dome (Sun/Mon/Wed/Thu/Sat),
National Park, Bug-Catching Contest (1st place prize)
BW Dust Clouds, Route 6, Dragonspiral Tower, Black City (Black only)
B2W2 Dust Clouds, Route 6, Dragonspiral Tower, Undella Town, White Forest (White2 only), Join Avenue's Antique Shop
XY Route 12, Super Training (An Opening of Lightning - Quick Attacks!), Route 18
ORAS Route 121, Super Training (An Opening of Lightning - Quick Attacks!),
Inverse Battle Stop, Fairy Tale Girl Momo (after rematch at Mt. Pyre)

Special CircumstancesEdit

Red and Blue Rescue TeamEdit

Squirtle in Luminous Cave

Luminous Cave

In Red and Blue Rescue Team, to evolve you must first beat the game. When you go to Whiscash Pond, there will be a massive hole in the center of the area. This is Luminous Cave. Make sure that you have your stone on hand and that the Pokémon you want to evolve is alone. Upon entry, a mysterious voice will ask if you want to evolve. Say yes, and when it asks if an item is necessary, say yes as well. The stone will be used and your Pokémon will evolve.

Explorers of Time and Darkness, Explorers of SkyEdit

Luminous Spring

Luminous Spring

In Explorers of Time and Darkness, and Explorers of Sky, you must graduate from Wigglytuff's Guild to gain access to Luminous Spring. However, you won't be able to evolve. Once you have defeated Palkia, and Manaphy has returned, can you evolve.

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