The Lucarionite (Japanese: ルカリオナイト Lucarionite) is a type of held item introduced in Generation VI. It is the Mega Stone that allows Lucario to Mega Evolve into Mega Lucario.

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Introduced in Generation VI
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Power 80

In the core series games


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In battle

If held by a Lucario, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Lucario if its Trainer has a Key Stone. Each Trainer can only Mega Evolve one Pokémon per battle.

Unaffected by item negating effects (such as Embargo and Klutz). Item manipulating effects (such as Trick and Fling) cannot give Lucario a Lucarionite or remove a Lucarionite from Lucario.

Outside of battle

If held by a Lucario, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Lucario when it performs a Spectacular Talent during a Pokémon Contest Spectacular while its Trainer has a Key Stone. Lucario will remain a Mega Lucario until the Talent Round ends.


Games Description
XY One variety of the mysterious Mega Stones. Have Lucario hold it, and this stone will enable it to Mega Evolve during battle.
One of a variety of mysterious Mega Stones. Have Lucario hold it, and this stone will enable it to Mega Evolve during battle.


Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
XY Tower of Mastery (held by Korrina's gift Lucario)
ORAS Any Contest Hall (from Chaz after defeating Lisia in a Pokémon Contest Spectacular)
SMUSUM Battle Tree (64 BP)


As a held item
Games Event Language/Region Distribution period
ORAS Mega Campaign Lucario Japan Various

In spin-off games

Pokémon Shuffle

In Pokémon Shuffle, the Lucarionite allows the player to Mega Evolve Lucario.

The player can obtain the Lucarionite by completing Mission Card 2.

The Lucarionite was also available as a prize during the Mega Lucario Competitive Stage. This Competitive Stage ran on the Nintendo 3DS version from March 15 to 22, 2015; May 18 to 25, 2015; July 13 to 20, 2015; and January 30 to February 6, 2018. It ran on the Pokémon Shuffle Mobile from December 1 to 8, 2015; and January 30 to February 6, 2018. It was also available via passcode on Pokémon Shuffle Mobile from August 25 to September 30, 2015.

The Lucarionite enables the following Mega Evolutions:

Stone Pokémon Type Effect Gauge Max  
      Mega Lucario Fighting Erases all Pokémon five rows above and five rows below. 14 4

In the anime

An uncut Lucarionite in the anime
A Lucarionite in the anime

A Lucarionite debuted in a painting shown to Alain by Professor Sycamore in a flashback in Mega Evolution Special I; this painting featured the first-ever Mega Evolution.

A Lucarionite made its physical debut in The Cave of Trials!, where it was found by Korrina in a cave near Geosenge Town. After battling a Blaziken guarding the Lucarionite—which was later revealed to belong to Korrina's grandfather Gurkinn—Korrina obtained the Mega Stone and used it to Mega Evolve her Lucario. The uncut Lucarionite was later set in an armband by McGinty, allowing Lucario to wear the Mega Stone. It retained it during its return in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.

In The Aura Storm!, Gurkinn was revealed to own another Lucarionite. Much like Korrina's Lucario, Gurkinn's Lucario also wears its Lucarionite in an armband on its left wrist.

In Origins of Mega Evolution!, Gurkinn told a story about the first known Mega Evolution, which featured a Lucarionite.

In An Adventure of Mega Proportions!, Ash found and obtained a Lucarionite for his Lucario at Mega Island.

In the manga

A Lucarionite in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

X & Y arc

Korrina possesses a Lucarionite, which first appeared in The Aegislash Agenda. It was later revealed that she and her Riolu had found the Mega Stone together in the past, as a task set by Gurkinn in order for her to become a Mega Evolution Successor.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 路卡利歐進化石 Louhkāleih'āu Jeunfa Sehk
Mandarin 路卡利歐進化石 / 路卡利欧进化石 Lùkǎlì'ōu Jìnhuà Shí
  Danish Lucarionit
  Finnish Lucarioniitti
  French Lucarite
  German Lucarionit
  Italian Lucarite
  Korean 루카리오나이트 Lucarionite
  Norwegian Lucarionitt
  Polish Lucarionit
  Brazilian Portuguese Lucarionita
  Spanish Lucarita
  Swedish Lucarionite

External links

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