If you’re after Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Stones, you’ve come to the right place.
Mega Stones are required for Mega Evolutions of your favourite Pokemon. Let’s Go‘s Stones are scattered across various locations, and we’ve gathered them all for you below.
Blue’s Mega Stones
You’ll be able to get a host of Mega Stones from Trainer Blue after you’ve earned your seventh Gym Badge inside Cinnabar Island. Head back to Professor Oak’s Lab in Pallet Town and you’ll get the following Mega Stones:
- Venusaurite (Venusaur)
- Charizardite X and Y (Charizard)
- Blastoisinite (Blastoise)
Green’s Mega Stones
You won’t be able to get this Mega Stones (nor the Pokemon it’s for!) until after you’ve become the Pokemon League Champion.
Head to Cerulean City and into the same cave that holds Mewtwo. After beating Mewtwo, head outside to be told that Trainer Green went into the same cave looking for Mewtwo… um, too.
Once you head back into the cave, look for Green and defeat her. Doing so will earn you:
- Mewtwonite X and Mewtwonite Y (Mewtwo)
Purchasable Mega Stones
After becoming the Pokemon League Champion, head back into the Pokemon League entrance and look for a salesman wearing a Slowbro outfit (he’s near the healer). That Stone Salesman will sell you Mega Stones, as follows, for $30,000 each:
- Aerodactylite (Aerodactyl)
- Alakazite (Alakazam)
- Beedrillite (Beedrill)
- Gengarite (Gengar)
- Gyaradosite (Gyarados)
- Kangaskhanite (Kangaskhan)
- Pidgeotite (Pidgeot)
- Pinsirite (Pinsir)
- Slowbronite (Slowbro)
Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee is available now on Nintendo Switch.
Pokemon Go and Let’s Go Guides
- Let’s Go exclusive Pokemon list
- How to connect Pokemon Let’s Go to Pokemon Go
- How to connect the Pokeball Plus with Pokemon Go
- Which Pokemon can you ride in Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee?
- Pokemon type guide
- How to redeem Mew from your Pokeball Plus
- How to use Pokemon Let’s Go to get Meltan in Pokemon Go
- Pokemon Let’s Go Daycare location
- Pokemon Let’s Go Costumes guide
- Pokemon Let’s Go Legendary Pokemon guide
- Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Evolution guide (where to find Mega Stones)
- Pokemon Let’s Go free Pokemon guide
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