Ice Stone

Not to be confused with Ice Rock.

Ice Stone
Ice Stone
Ice Stone
Ice Stone
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Introduced in Generation VII
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Power 30

The Ice Stone (Japanese: こおりのいし Ice Stone) is a type of Evolution stone introduced in Generation VII.

In the core series games


Games Cost Sell price
N/A  1,500
PE  5,000  2,500


Can be used to evolve one of several Pokémon. This consumes the Ice Stone.


Games Description
A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It has an unmistakable snowflake pattern.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
SMUSUM Po Town Poké Pelago (Isle Aphun - Brilliant-Stone Hunting, Interesting-Item Hunting)
PE Pokémon Tower, Seafoam Islands Celadon Department Store
SwSh Route 9 Lake of Outrage, Bridge Field (Digging Duo)

In the anime

An Ice Stone in the anime

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.


  • The Ice Stone was first revealed by a picture on the official Spanish Pokémon website on October 4, 2016. However, the picture was quickly removed due to the stone not having been previously announced.
  • Eevee is the only Pokémon that can evolve using the Ice Stone that is not a regional form.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 冰之石 Bīng-jī Sehk
Mandarin 冰之石 Bīng-zhī Shí
  Finnish Jääkivi
  French Pierre Glace
  German Eisstein
  Italian Pietragelo
  Korean 얼음의돌 Eoreum-ui Dol
  Polish Lodowy Kamień
  Brazilian Portuguese Pedra Gelo
  Spanish Piedra Hielo
  Turkish Buz Taşı

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