How to Get Mega Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go
Pokemon X and Y introduced Mega Evolutions to the Pokemon series. Mega Evolutions were performed using Mega Stones on certain Pokemon during battle which would power them up during that battle only.
Warning: Spoilers for Pokemon Let’s Go will follow.
In Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Evolutions have returned which means Mega Stones are back as well. We’re looking at a decent chunk of Pokemon with Mega Evolutions available for them in this game so there will be a lot to collect.
Several of the Mega Stones are given to you by progressing through the game. Once you defeat Blaine on Cinnabar Island and come back to Pallet Town, Professor Oak and Gary will reward you with several Mega Stones. The original three starters will each have a Mega Stone that is given to you while Charizard has two. You’ll be getting Venusaurite, Blastoisite, Charizardite X and Y from Professor Oak and Blue.
Once you keep progressing you’ll eventually find your way to the Pokemon League. Once you make it here you can find an NPC wearing a Slowbro outfit who will be selling a Prosyscom Tech of stones.
- Aerodactyl – Aerodactylite
- Alakazam – Alakazite
- Beedrill – Beedrillite
- Pidgeot – Pidgeotite
- Slowbro – Slowbronite
- Gengar – Gengarite
- Kangaskhan – Kangaskhanite
- Pinsir – Pinsirite
- Gyarados – Gyaradosite
The last Mega Stones you’ll come across in the game are when you catch Mewtwo. Mewtwo is found in the Cerulean Cave and once you catch him and defeat Green, you’ll be given his Mega Stone.
Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee are out now on Nintendo Switch. If you’re looking to become more immersed with the game you might want to check out the PokeBall Plus which will also get you a free Mew.