Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee Mega Stones Location

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee Mega Stones Location

In this Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee Mega Stones Location, we will list the places where you can find all the Mega Stones in the game. All the Mega Stones are found in both the Pokémon: Let’s Go games.

Mega Stones allow Pokémon’s to Mega Evolve into an even higher level of power. Which is why Mega Stones are powerful and the most special ones are obtained by defeating powerful trainers in the Kanto region. However, Mega Stones can also be purchased from a salesman found in the Pokémon League Lobby, wearing a Slowbro outfit.

Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee Mega Stones Location

Below we will list all of the Mega Stones and where they can be located and obtained for players to evolve their Pokémon into even powerful Pokémon.

Starter Mega Stones

You can get 4 Mega Stones in the early stages of the game, in Pallet Town after beating the seventh gym leader, prior to fighting in the Viridian City gym battle. The Stones are given to you by Professor Oak and are as follows:

  • Venusaurite
  • Charizardite X
  • Charizardite Y
  • Blastoisinite

Mewtwo Mega Stones

There are two Mewtwo Mega Stones that you can find in the Cerulean Cave. These are possibly the last Stones that you will collect, especially considering that you get these after defeating the Green Trainer who shows up after the game’s main story has finished.

This means that you can only get these stones after going through the Pokémon League, defeating the EliteFour, and Green Trainer. The Stones you get are:

  • Mewtwonite X
  • Mewtwonite Y

Buy Mega Stones

As mentioned before, you can also buy Mega Stones from a salesman found wearing a Slowbro outfit in the Pokémon League Lobby. This salesman sells the Mega Stones for $30,000 each. The stones that you can buy are as follows:

  • Aerodactylite
  • Alakazamite
  • Gengarite
  • Gyardosite
  • Pinsirite
  • Pidgeotite
  • Slowbronite
  • Beedrillite
  • Kangaskhanite

Need help finding and defeating Blue, Green and Red Legendary Trainers? Read out guide here.

This concludes our Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee Mega Stones Location Guide. Feel Free to comment below.

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