Magma Stone

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The Magma Stone (Japanese: かざんのおきいし Volcano Stone) is a key item introduced in the Generation IV games. It is a red stone formed when boulders melted in intensely hot magma, then hardened. Magma remains sealed inside.

In the games

Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

The Magma Stone is found at Stark Mountain. In Platinum, it is explained that the Magma Stone is able to control Heatran, the Legendary Pokémon that lives within the mountain. In this nature, it is similar to the Red Chain created by Cyrus.

During normal gameplay, the Magma Stone is not available, and BuckDP or CharonPt takes it. In Diamond and Pearl, Buck returns it after receiving advice from his grandfather, while in Platinum, Charon is arrested and Looker absentmindedly picks it up. Buck puts the Stone back.

Once the Magma Stone has been returned, the player is able to battle and catch Heatran.

If hacked into a game cartridge, the Magma Stone will have no in-game effect.

Pokémon Black and White 2

In Black 2 and White 2, the Magma Stone is obtained at Route 18. If the Magma Stone is taken to Reversal Mountain, the player can battle Heatran.

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Games Description
A stone formed when boulders melted in intensely hot magma, then hardened. Magma remains sealed inside.
XYORAS* A stone formed by boulders melting in intensely hot magma, then hardening. Magma remains sealed inside it.

In the manga

The Magma Stone in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

The Magma Stone appeared in the Platinum chapter, where Buck decided to protect it from Team Galactic by taking it away. However, upon removing the Magma Stone, he also unsealed Heatran, allowing Charon to capture the Lava Dome Pokémon.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Pierre Magma
Germany Flag.png German Magmastein
Italy Flag.png Italian Magmapietra
South Korea Flag.png Korean 화산의 돌 Hwasan-ui Dol
Spain Flag.png Spanish Piedra Magma

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