Evolution stone

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If you were looking for the item whose Japanese name translates to Evolution Stone, see Eviolite.

Gloom's branched evolution family as demonstrated in the anime: both of Gloom's potential evolutions require an Evolution stone.

An Evolution stone (Japanese: 進化の石 Evolution stone) is a type of Evolution item introduced in Generation I. They can be used to evolve certain Pokémon to their final evolutionary stage. As of Generation VIII, there are 10 available evolution stones, which are used by 42 Pokémon species.

These items have been referred to as Evolution stones since Pokémon X and Y (in the games) and Pokémon the Series: Black & White (in the anime). Previous generations of the games and anime have used different names:

List of Evolution stones

Name Debut
Applicable Pokémon
  Fire Stone I
  Water Stone I
  Thunder Stone I
  Leaf Stone I
  Moon Stone I
  Sun Stone II
  Shiny Stone IV
  Dusk Stone IV
  Dawn Stone IV
  Ice Stone VII

In the core series games

Using an Evolution stone on an appropriate Pokémon causes it to evolve instantly, consuming the Evolution stone. This process cannot be stopped by pressing the B button.

Many Pokémon that result from a stone-based evolution can no longer learn new moves by leveling up, unlike their pre-evolved form. Starting in Generation VIII, however, the Pokémon that this apply to may instead learn the moves their pre-evolution could learn at the Move Reminder, gaining access to all of the previous form's level up moves regardless of level.


In most games, players can acquire Evolution stones through both finite (i.e. one-time) and repeatable methods. Finite methods typically involve finding Evolution stones while exploring, including as hidden items. Repeatable methods can include purchasing from a shop, completing certain challenges, or interacting with specific NPCs. Multiple Evolution stones can often be acquired in a single location through these repeatable methods.

The tables below are (non-exhaustive) lists of Evolution stone acquisition methods across different generations.

Game-specific acquisition methods
Generation Games Acquisition methods
  • Players can dig up Fire Stones, Water Stones, Thunderstones, Leaf Stones, Moon Stones, and Sun Stones from The Underground.
  • Players can find a Fire Stone, Water Stone, and Thunderstone hidden in the Solaceon Ruins.Pt
  • Players can exchange a Shard with the Treasure Hunter for the corresponding Evolution stone: a Fire Stone, Water Stone, Thunderstone, or Leaf Stone.
  • All Evolution stones are available as rewards from Secret Super Training.
  • All Evolution stones are available as rewards from Inver for performing well in Inverse Battles with him once per day.
  • In the PokéMileage Club, all Evolution stones are available as rewards from Balloon Popping and can be brought into the game.
  • Players can obtain Evolution stones by using the "Pick up stones" skill of a Secret Pal in a Secret Base.
  • Players can purchase Fire Stones, Water Stones, Thunder Stones, and Leaf Stones from Olivia's jewelry shop in Konikoni City.
  • All Evolution stones can be found on Isle Aphun's Path for Brilliant-Stone Hunting! and Path for Interesting-Item Hunting!.
  • Wild Jigglypuff have a 5% chance of holding a Moon Stone.
  • Players can purchase Fire Stones, Water Stones, Thunder Stones, and Leaf Stones from Olivia's jewelry shop in Konikoni City.
  • All Evolution stones can be found on Isle Aphun's Path for Brilliant-Stone Hunting! and Path for Interesting-Item Hunting!.
  • Players can receive either a Fire Stone, Water Stone, or Thunder Stone at Paniola Ranch.
  • Wild Jigglypuff have a 5% chance of holding a Moon Stone.
  • The Fire, Water, Thunder, Leaf, & Ice Stones can be purchased from the Celadon Department Store.
  • They are sometimes found by the player's walking Rock-type Pokémon on certain rocks in caves. These rocks can be checked daily. The item received is not determined until it is picked up, so what the item is can be affected by resetting.
  • Unlike in the Generation I games, these stones can also be found in various places around Kanto, such as the Pokémon Mansion (Fire Stone) and the Power Plant (Thunder Stone).
  • Moon Stones can be found as a hidden item, which may regenerate daily, in Mt. Moon and in the Copycat's room.
  • Upon first visiting the Lake of Outrage, Evolution stones can be found at the bases of the stones encircling a Pokémon Den. Only one of each stone can be present, and not all stones will be available at once. A new set of stones appears after 24 hours.
    • However, Moon & Sun Stones cannot be found this way.
  • The Digging Duo can unearth Evolution stones, with different stones available to each brother:
    • The skill brother can unearth the Dawn, Dusk, Ice, Moon, Shiny, & Sun Stones.
    • The stamina brother can unearth any Evolution stone.
  • Players can dig up Fire Stones, Water Stones, Thunder Stones, Leaf Stones, Moon Stones, and Sun Stones from the Grand Underground.

Other acquisition methods
Stone Acquisition methods
  • Beginning in Generation II, Moon Stones can be held by wild Clefairy. Clefairy in Generation II have a 2% chance of holding Moon Stones, and Clefairy in later generations have a 5% chance.
    • Wild Cleffa (beginning in Generation IV) & wild Clefable (beginning in Generation V) can also be found holding Moon Stones, with the same odds as Clefairy.
  • Beginning in Generation III, wild Lunatone have a 5% chance of holding Moon Stones.
  • Beginning in Generation III, wild Solrock have a 5% chance of holding Sun Stones.


Moon Stone


This is artwork of the items as seen in the Sinnoh Underground.

Fire Stone Water Stone Thunderstone
Leaf Stone Moon Stone Sun Stone

Grand Underground

This is artwork of the items as seen in the Sinnoh Grand Underground.

Fire Stone Water Stone Thunder Stone
Leaf Stone Moon Stone Sun Stone

Global Link

These are artwork of the items as seen in the Pokémon Global Link.

Fire Stone Water Stone Thunder Stone Leaf Stone Moon Stone
Sun Stone Shiny Stone Dusk Stone Dawn Stone Ice Stone

In spin-off games

Pokémon XD

In Pokémon XD, a Sailor at Gateon Port will give the player either a Fire Stone, Water Stone, Thunderstone, Sun Shard, or Moon Shard (of the player's choice).

Pokémon Conquest

In Pokémon Conquest, Evolution stones are required to evolve certain Pokémon. They can be purchased from the traveling merchant. Keiji gives the player a Fire Stone, a Water Stone, and a Thunder Stone during the main story.

Pokémon Dream Radar

In Pokémon Dream Radar, after catching Thundurus, the player can obtain Fire Stones, Water Stones, Thunderstones, and Leaf Stones. These items can then be transferred to Black 2 and White 2.

Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, there are three Evolution stones: the Sun Stone, Sinnoh Stone, and Unova Stone. The latter two stones are unique to Pokémon GO. Starting at Trainer level 10, Players can obtain these stones, along with other Evolution items, as rare rewards from opening Gifts and spinning PokéStops or Gyms. Players can also receive Sun Stones as the guaranteed Evolution item from spinning PokéStops or Gyms seven days in a row. Evolution stones are also available as rewards from certain Field Research and Special Research tasks, and Sinnoh Stones and Unova Stones are potential rewards for Research Breakthroughs.

The Sun Stone is required to evolve the same Pokémon as in other media.

The Sinnoh Stone is used to evolve most Pokémon into their cross-generational evolutions that were introduced in Generation IV. The exceptions are the Pokémon that require special Lure Modules instead of Evolution Stones: Magneton and Nosepass (which require a Magnetic Lure Module to evolve), and Eevee (which requires a Mossy Lure Module to evolve into Leafeon or a Glacial Lure Module to evolve into Glaceon).

The Unova Stone is used to evolve Generation V Pokémon that evolve using any Evolution stone in other media, except a Sun Stone.

Sun Stone Sinnoh Stone Unova Stone

In the anime

A giant Moon Stone in the anime

In the anime, Evolution stones do not seem to be required for evolution in the anime as they are in the games. James's second Weepinbell evolved without a Leaf Stone in Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid. In addition, Pokémon that evolve via proximity of Evolution stones apparently seem to control their evolutionary urges and physically touch the stone without evolving, as evidenced by Pikachu whacking away the Thunder Stone when refusing to evolve the first time, as well as a Clefairy holding onto a Moon Stone for prolonged periods of time before delivering it to the larger Moon Stone without evolving.

Original series

The first Evolution stone to appear in the anime was Moon Stone in Clefairy and the Moon Stone. A giant Moon Stone appeared deep within Mt. Moon, being worshiped by a group of Clefairy who lived there. It was soon stolen by Team Rocket, and ultimately ended up being blown up; the shards from the shattered giant Moon Stone rained down on the Clefairy and caused some of them to evolve into Clefable. In this episode, the characters speculated that the Moon Stone was how various Pokémon—Clefairy in particular—arrived in the Pokémon world. Another giant Moon Stone was later seen in the same location in A Real Cleffa-Hanger.

In Electric Shock Showdown, Nurse Joy gives Ash a Thunder Stone so that he could evolve his Pikachu in order to defeat Lt. Surge's Raichu. Pikachu, however, refused the offer. Ash kept the Thunder Stone in case Pikachu ever wanted to evolve; however, in Pika and Goliath!, a similar scenario occurred and Pikachu still refused to evolve. Seeing his determination to not evolve, Team Rocket stole the stone, planning to sell it.

The remaining Generation I Evolution stones debuted in The Battling Eevee Brothers as part of a collection held by the Eevee brothers. Additionally, two of the Eevee brothers offered a Fire Stone and Thunder Stone to Brock and Ash to evolve their respective Vulpix and Pikachu, though both refused.

The Leaf Forest appeared in The March of the Exeggutor Squad, which was a reported hotbed of Leaf Stones. The radiation from these stones in the forest was so strong that it caused Melvin's Exeggcute to evolve.

A fake Leaf Stone, made by Team Rocket, appeared in Make Room for Gloom, where the discovery of its nature as a fake was central to the episode.

A real Leaf Stone first appeared at the very end of Pikachu's Rescue Adventure. With it, the Exeggcute that had been following Misty's Togepi evolved into an Exeggutor.

In The Grass Route, a set of Leaf Stones was offered as the prize for winning the Grass Tournament. Although Team Rocket tried to steal the stones, they were eventually won by Ephraim. He planned on using to evolve his parents' Pokémon.

Ash won a Sun Stone in the Bug-Catching Contest during The Bug Stops Here, later using it to evolve a wild Sunkern in Moving Pictures.

A set of Fire Stones played an important role in The Stolen Stones!, where Ramona and Keegan had been tasked with delivering them to be used as prizes for the competitors of a Fire-type Pokémon competition. During the delivery, Team Rocket stole the stones, requiring Ash and his friends to help retrieve them.

Both a Leaf Stone and a Sun Stone appeared in Whichever Way the Wind Blows during an explanation of the branch in Gloom's evolutionary family.

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

In Go Go Ludicolo!, a Water Stone appeared in a fantasy.

In Once in a Mawile, a Water Stone belonging to Samantha appeared, which Brock's Lombre used to evolve into Ludicolo. This is the first time that a main character's Pokémon evolves via Evolution stone onscreen, although it is likely that James's Weepinbell was evolved using a Leaf Stone prior to The Breeding Center Secret.

A Moon Stone appeared in a flashback in Delcatty Got Your Tongue?, evolving Dr. Abby's Skitty into a Delcatty.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Professor Oak gave a Water Stone to a wild Lombre in A Faux Oak Finish!.

A Dusk Stone was central to the plot of Try for the Family Stone!, where Rhyanna and Mitchell searched for one to evolve their respective Pokémon. They eventually found one, and decided to have a battle to settle which one of them would get to use it.

Ursula used a Fire Stone and a Water Stone to evolve her two Eevee in Last Call, First Round!, making them a Flareon and Vaporeon, for use in the Sinnoh Grand Festival.

Pokémon the Series: Black & White

Ash had to find a Thunder Stone as part of a scavenger hunt during the Wishing Bell Festival in Climbing the Tower of Success!. He came across a young man in possession of one who tried to toss it to him from a long distance. The Thunder Stone nearly came in contact with Pikachu but he jumped out of the way just in time leaving Ash to catch it.

Mystery on a Deserted Island! featured all Evolution stones available as of Generation V. Several Eevee were shown to evolve into Jolteon, Flareon, and Vaporeon using the required stones.

Pokémon the Series: XY

A Thunder Stone appeared in To Catch a Pokémon Smuggler! as a part of Clemont's explanation of how Pokémon Evolution works, Pikachu's evolution into Raichu working as an example of stone-induced Evolution.

A full set of Evolution stones was seen on display in a stone shop in Geosenge Town in The Cave of Trials!. In addition, an unnamed Trainer used a Sun Stone purchased from the shop to evolve his Helioptile into Heliolisk. Clemont then revealed that he had also used a Sun Stone to evolve his own Helioptile into Heliolisk.

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

A Moon Stone appeared in a fantasy in A Dream Encounter!, where it was revealed that Lusamine had used one to evolve her Clefairy into a Clefable.

An Ice Stone was first seen in Not Caving Under Pressure!, where Sophocles's Charjabug found one while helping to fix up a cave inhabited by a group of Alolan Sandshrew, revealing that the cave was in fact an Ice Stone mine where Sandshrew gather to evolve. The leader of the Sandshrew pack, a giant Sandshrew, touched the stone and proceeded to evolve into an Alolan Sandslash. Later, after exiting the cave, Charjabug was revealed to have found another Ice Stone, which Sophocles gave to Lillie. She asked Snowy if it wanted to use the stone to evolve, but Snowy didn't feel ready for it yet, so Lillie decided to hold on to the stone in case Snowy ever changed its mind.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Multiple Thunder Stones appeared in Gotta Catch a What?!, where multiple wild Pikachu were digging them up in a valley in order to evolve. One was found by Goh's newly caught Pikachu, who gave it to her Trainer. Later, Goh used the Stone to evolve his Pikachu into Raichu in order to help defeat Team Rocket.

In That New Old Gang of Mine!, Professor Cerise's Yamper gave Goh a Leaf Stone he had found. Goh immediately used the stone to evolve his Exeggcute into Exeggutor.

In To Train, or Not to Train!, staff members of the Eevee Evolution Lab tried to use a Fire Stone and a Thunder Stone on an Eevee to evolve her, but both attempts failed.

In On Land, In the Sea, and to the Future!, Chloe received a Water Stone from Kiley. She asked her Eevee if she wanted to use it, but she decided not to evolve yet. Another Water Stone appeared in a flashback in the same episode, used by Kiley to evolve his own Eevee into Vaporeon.

In Out of Their Elements!, Harmony and Billy attempted to use a Fire Stone and a Thunder Stone, respectively, to evolve their Eevee partners. However, they accidentally dropped the stones onto the wrong Eevee, causing them to evolve into opposite forms than what they had intended. They attempted to correct the mistake with the spare stones they had, but the stones had no effect on the already-evolved Pokémon. At the end of the episode, they gave their spare stones to Chloe.

Multiple Moon Stones appeared in Infinite Possibilities!, where a group of Clefairy used them in an evolution ritual.

Pokédex entries

Episode Subject Source Entry
EP187 Sun Stone Ash's Pokédex The Sun Stone enables evolution in several Pokémon, changing Gloom into Vileplume and changing Sunkern into Sunflora.


In the manga

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Evolution stones in The Electric Tale of Pikachu

In Clefairy Tale, Ash, Professor Oak, and Bill witnessed a Clefairy evolution ceremony involving a large Moon Stone.

The focus of the chapter To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That Is the Question! was Evolution stones. Misty hoped to buy a Water Stone for her Poliwhirl in Stone Town, a town on Dream Island where all the Evolution stones in the Pokémon world come from. However, she couldn't afford one, remarking that an inexpensive one might make the evolution go bad.

Misty was later given a Water Stone by Mikey, who was being pressured to join the "Knights of the E Stone", a club which requires members to own a Pokémon evolved by an Evolution stone. By battling club members, Ash and Mikey proved to the club leaders that Pokémon which have evolved by Evolution stone are not necessarily superior to their unevolved counterparts.

Pokémon Adventures

Evolution stones in Pokémon Adventures

Red, Green & Blue chapter

A Moon Stone was first mentioned by Professor Oak in Gyarados Splashes In! as a rock with a crescent moon-shaped indentation that boosts a Pokémon's power immensely. In the next round, Team Rocket searched for one in Mt. Moon. However, it was Red who eventually found it. In The Winged Legends, Red used his Moon Stone to evolve Green's Clefairy into a Clefable in order to fight Thu-Fi-Zer during the Silph Co. showdown with Team Rocket.

In Buzz Off, Electabuzz!, Red's Poliwhirl was able to evolve into a Poliwrath with the help of a Water Stone when they were thrown into the water in Vermilion Harbor, although the cause of his evolution wasn't revealed until the Yellow chapter.

Yellow chapter

In The Kindest Tentacruel, the Pokémon Fan Club Chairman told Yellow about a legend of an underwater dome at the bottom of Vermilion Harbor, housing a set of Evolution stones which, unlike normal stones, did not disappear after making a Pokémon evolve, allowing them to be used repeatedly. The cause of Red's Poliwhirl's evolution had been one of these said stones, proving the legend to be true. Yellow was later led to the dome by a wild Tentacruel, finding a Leaf Stone in it, but the Fire, Thunder, and Water Stones were missing. Later, it was revealed that Giovanni had given them to Red so he could freely evolve and devolve his Eevee.

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

In The Last Battle VI, Gold's Sunkern evolved into a Sunflora because the sun's energy reflected off of the rocks near Ilex Forest replicated the Sun Stone's effects.

Ruby & Sapphire chapter

In Mowing Down Ludicolo, Shelly used a Water Stone to evolve her Lombre into a Ludicolo while battling against Sapphire's Pokémon.

In Guile from Mawile, Ruby's Kiki evolved into a Delcatty due to being exposed to one of Steven's Moon Stones.

In Ring Ring Goes Beldum, Steven was shown to have a Leaf Stone and another Moon Stone. In addition, he also found a Sun Stone while he and Ruby escaped from a group of wild Mawile in Granite Cave.

FireRed & LeafGreen chapter

In Give It Your Best, Blastoise, during the battle against the Deoxys Duplicates, Green evolved her Jiggly and Nido into Wigglytuff and Nidoqueen, respectively, using two Moon Stones.

Platinum chapter

In Leaping Past Lopunny, a Shiny Stone and Dawn Stone were seen amongst the rare stones that Steven had found during his stay in Sinnoh.

HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter

In Dealing With A Koffing Fit, Silver's Murkrow evolved into a Honchkrow due to gaining experience while holding a Dusk Stone, which had been given to Silver by Green.

In All About Arceus II, Lance gave Gold's Togepi a Shiny Stone, allowing it to evolve into Togekiss in All About Arceus VIII immediately after evolving into Togetic.

Black & White chapter

In Triple Threat, Cilan, Chili, and Cress used a Leaf Stone, Fire Stone, and Water Stone to evolve their Pansage, Pansear, and Panpour into Simisage, Simisear, and Simipour, respectively, during their battle against the Shadow Triad.

In Homecoming, it was revealed that Black's Musha evolved into a Musharna using a Moon Stone received from Caitlin.

Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire chapter

In PS596, Sapphire's Kirly evolved into a Gallade due to a Dawn Stone hitting him while training with Rara, who had evolved into a Gardevoir. Later, Steven found another Dawn Stone on the ground.


Pokémon Zensho

In Indigo Plateau, Satoshi's Pikachu used a Thunder Stone to evolve itself into a Raichu before Satoshi left to challenge the Elite Four.

In the TCG

The Moon Stone and Dusk Stone are featured in the Pokémon Trading Card Game as Trainer cards and on Pokémon cards as held items. These held items work in the same fashion as Poké-Bodies, in that the effect the item provides is active whenever the Pokémon is in play. The following is a list of cards named or including Moon Stone or Dusk Stone.

Evolution stone cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Moon Stone T       Expansion Sheet 1    
Dusk Stone I Unbroken Bonds   167/214 Double Blaze   084/095
Pokémon cards with Evolution stones as held items
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Clefairy*   Secret Wonders   83/132 Shining Darkness    
Murkrow*   Secret Wonders   95/132 Shining Darkness    


  • In the Generation I core series games, due to a a glitch, Pokémon that would normally require an Evolution stone to evolve may also evolve after leveling up in battle, if the player had sent out a specific Pokémon in the same battle it leveled up.
  • No Pokémon that has evolved from exposure to an Evolution stone is capable of evolving again.
  • Despite the fact that the Oval Stone is sorted along with other Evolution stones in all core series games since its introduction, it is not an Evolution stone. Only in Pokémon Legends: Arceus can it be used directly on a Pokémon to evolve it like other Evolution Stones; in all other games it can only cause evolution as a held item. As such, the Oval Stone is the only Evolution item with "Stone" in its English name which is not an Evolution stone.
  • Each generation after the first one either introduces new applications for previously introduced Evolution stones or introduces at least one new Evolutionary stone but never does both at the same time: Generations III, V, VI, VIII, and IX do the former and Generations II, IV, and VII do the latter.
  • The Leaf Stone is the only Evolution stone that cannot be sold to the ore maniac in Black and White. This was corrected in Black 2 and White 2.
  • The Dawn Stone is the only stone that triggers evolution in Pokémon of a specific gender, and both Pokémon that evolve with it have gender-specific evolutions.
  • The Sun Stone and Moon Stone share their names with actual gemstones.
  • The Sinnoh Pokédex is the only regional Pokédex to not include any Pokémon compatible with the Sun Stone.
  • In Pokémon Platinum, due to the unavailability of the Murkrow and Misdreavus lines, the Dusk Stone cannot be used on any Pokémon without trading. This case is the only one where an Evolution stone is available but not usable on any available Pokémon.
  • Gloom and Eevee are the only Pokémon compatible with more than one Evolution stone in the same form.
    • Vulpix as a species is compatible with two different Evolution stones, but each form is only compatible with a single stone.
  • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are the first core series games not to feature all Evolution stones available in their generation.
    • They are also the first core series games not to include the Sun Stone, Shiny Stone, Dusk Stone, and Dawn Stone since their introduction.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 進化之石 Jeunfa-jī Sehk *
進化石 Jeunfa Sehk *
Mandarin 進化之石 / 进化之石 Jìnhuà-zhī Shí *
進化石 / 进化石 Jìnhuà Shí *
  Danish Udviklingssten
  Dutch Evolutionaire steen (DP139)
Evolutiesteen (BW135, XY031)
  Finnish Kehityskivi
  French Pierre d’Évolution
  German Element-Stein (I, III)
Evolutionsstein (IV)
Entwicklungsstein (VI, VII)
  Indonesian Batu evolusi
  Italian Pietre elemento (I, III)
Pietre evolutive (IV, V, VII)
Pietre per l'evoluzione (VI, VII)
  Korean 진화에 필요한 돌 Jinhwa-e Piryohan Dol (VI, VII)
진화의 돌 Jinhwa-ui Dol (VII)
  Norwegian Evolusjonsstein (DP139, XY012, XY031)
Utviklingsstein (BW135)
  Polish Kamień Ewolucyjny
  Brazilian Portuguese Pedra de Evolução (BW135, PS085-present)
Pedra evolucionária (DP139, XY031, PS058)
  Romanian Piatră evoluție
  Russian Эволюционные камень Evolyutsionnyye kamen' (DP139, XY031)
Камень эволюция Kamen' evolyutsiya (BW135)
Spanish   Latin America Piedra evolutiva (DP139)
Roca evolutiva (BW135, XY031)
  Spain Piedra elemental (I, III)
Piedras de evolución (IV)
Piedra Evolutiva (VI, VII)
  Swedish Utvecklingssten (DP139, XY031)
Utvecklings-sten (BW135)
  Thai หินวิวัฒนาการ Hin Wiwatnakan
  Turkish Evrim taşı
  Vietnamese Đá tiến hóa

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