Complete Guide to All Pokemon Evolution Stones

Complete Guide to All Pokemon Evolution Stones

Last Updated on 1 December, 2023

Complete Guide to All Pokemon Evolution Stones. Explore the full list of Pokemon evolving through different Evolution Stones across the series.

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Complete Guide to All Pokemon Evolution Stones

Pokemon evolve into stronger forms with new appearances and improved stats. While most evolve through experience, some need Evolution Stones.

Evolution Stones: These items trigger specific transformations in Pokemon. With a variety of stones across numerous Pokemon games, they’re a consistent evolution mechanic.

Every Pokemon That Uses Evolution Stones to Evolve

There are 10 different stones in the series, each leading to specific Pokemon evolutions.

Dawn Stone

First seen in the Sinnoh region (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl), the Dawn Stone is a bright blue item used by specific Pokemon.

Evolutions:

  • Male Kirlia into Gallade
  • Female Snorunt into Froslass

Dusk Stone

Introduced in the Sinnoh region, the Dusk Stone has no extra requirements for evolution.

Evolutions:

  • Doublade into Aegislash
  • Lampent into Chandelure
  • Misdreavus into Mismagius
  • Murkrow into Honchkrow

Fire Stone

One of the original stones from the Kanto region (Pokemon Red and Blue).

Evolutions:

  • Capsakid into Scovillain
  • Eevee into Flareon
  • Growlithe into Arcanine
  • Hisuian Growlithe into Hisuian Arcanine
  • Pansear into Simisear
  • Vulpix into Ninetales

Ice Stone

Emerged in the Alolan region (Pokemon Sun and Moon).

Evolutions:

  • Alolan Snadshrew into Alolan Sandslash
  • Alolan Vulpix into Alolan Ninetales
  • Crabrawler into Galarian Darmanitan
  • Cetoddle into Cetitan
  • Eevee into Glaceon
  • Galarian Darumaka

Leaf Stone

Debuted in the Kanto region (Pokemon Red and Blue).

Evolutions:

  • Eevee into Leafeon
  • Exeggcute into Exeggutor
  • Gloom into Vileplume
  • Hiasuian Voltorb into Hisuian Electrode
  • Nuzleaf into Shiftry
  • Pansage into Simisage
  • Weepinbell into Victreebel

Moon Stone

Appeared first in the Kanto region (Pokemon Red and Blue).

Evolutions:

  • Clefairy into Clefable
  • Jigglypuff into Wigglytuff
  • Munna into Musharna
  • Nidorana into Nidoqueen
  • Nidorino into Nidoking
  • Skitty into Delcatty

Shiny Stone

Found in the Sinnoh region (Pokemon Diamond and Pearl).

Evolutions:

  • Floette into Florges
  • Minccino into Cinccino
  • Roselia into Roserade
  • Togetic into Togekiss

Sun Stone

Discovered in the Johto region (Pokemon Gold and Silver).

Evolutions:

  • Cottonee into Whimsicott
  • Helioptile into Heliolisk
  • Gloom into Bellossom
  • Petilili into Lilligant
  • Sunkern into Sunflora

Thunder Stone

Another classic from the Kanto region (Pokemon Red and Blue).

Evolutions:

  • Charjabug into Vikavolt
  • Eevee into Jolteon
  • Eelektrik into Eelektross
  • Magneton into Magnezone
  • Pikachu into Raichu or Alolan Raichu
  • Tadbulb into Bellibolt

Water Stone

Part of the original lineup from the Kanto region (Pokemon Red and Blue).

Evolutions:

  • Eevee into Vaporeon
  • Lombre into Ludicolo
  • Panpour into Simipour
  • Poliwhirl into Poliwrath
  • Staryu into Starmie
  • Shellder into Cloyster

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