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Stone Town
ストンタウン Stone Town
Stone Town.png
Stone Town
Region Kanto
Debut The Battling Eevee Brothers

Stone Town (Japanese: ストンタウン Stone Town) is a small village in Kanto.

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In the anime

In the anime, Stone Town is located in between the Safari Zone and Cinnabar Island, at the foot of Evolution Mountain. It appeared in The Battling Eevee Brothers.

The one part of Stone Town that sets it apart from other places is the fact that it is a popular place to evolve Pokémon with stones. When Ash and his friends arrived in Stone Town, they came across a party where Trainers from all around were evolving their Pokémon. The party was actually meant for Mikey, the youngest of the Eevee brothers, who had yet to evolve his Eevee. In the end, he decided to keep it the way it was, and the brothers eventually decided it was okay for him to do that.

Mikey's older brothers also tried to convince Brock and Ash to evolve their Vulpix and Pikachu, respectively. Both declined, saying they couldn't force their Pokémon to evolve.

Pokémon seen in Stone Town

Mikey Eevee.png
Mikey's Eevee
Sparky Jolteon.png
Sparky's Jolteon
Rainer Vaporeon.png
Rainer's Vaporeon
Pyro Flareon.png
Pyro's Flareon

In the manga

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Stone Town appears in the manga series The Electric Tale of Pikachu, which is based on the anime. Stone Town appears in the chapter To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That is the Question!, which is in turn based on The Battling Eevee Brothers. In the manga, Stone Town is located on an island named Dream Island.

Ash, Misty and Brock travel to Stone Town so that Misty could purchase a Water Stone for her Poliwhirl. Although she could not afford a stone, she was given one by Mikey, who gave it away because he was being pressured to evolve his Eevee to join the exclusive club "The Knights of the "E" Stone", which requires its members to own a Pokémon evolved by means of an Evolution stone.

Trivia

  • In an old Pokémon.com summary, it was called Stan Town, which comes from a misinterpretation of the Japanese name.[1]

In other languages

Language Title
Italy Flag.png Italian Stone Town
Pietropoli*
Poland Flag.png Polish Kamienne Miasto
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Stenstaden

Notes



Anime-exclusive locations in Kanto
A.J.'s GymAcapulcoBill's LighthouseCameran PalaceCamomile IslandCamp PokéhearstCeladon UniversityCerise Laboratory
Chrysanthemum IslandCommerce CityCremini TownCrimson CityDark CityDragonite IslandEvolution MountainFennel Valley
Fighting Spirit GymFrodomar CityGaiva DamGardenia TownGrampa CanyonGringey CityHidden VillageHollywoodHopHopHop Town
House of ImiteHutber PortIsland of the Giant PokémonKaz GymLaramie VillageLeaf ForestMaiden's PeakMatcha CityMetallica Island
Mirage MansionMossgreen VillageMt. HideawayMulberry CityNeon TownNew IslandO-Hina TownOld Shore WharfPokélantis
Pokémon LandPokémon Lover's ClubPokémon Ninja SchoolPokémon TechPokémon Theme ParkPokémopolisPotpourri Island
Rifure VillageRotaSable CitySafari LandSayda IslandSayda LabScissor StreetSeafoam IslandSilver TownStone TownSunnytown
Team Rocket AcademyTeam Rocket HQTerracotta TownTree of BeginningUnnamed island (EP060)Wisteria TownXanadu NurseryYas Gym
Anime-location templates
KantoOrange ArchipelagoJohtoHoennSinnohUnovaDecolore IslandsKalosAlolaOther


Manga-exclusive locations
Magical Pokémon Journey: Walnut Tree
Phantom Thief Pokémon 7: Sun Sun
Pokémon Adventures: Cerise IslandCeladon UniversityMeteor VillagePoni Altar
Pokémon Gotta Catch 'Em All: Celadon UniversityKigan Island
Pokémon Pocket Monsters: Amusement Park
Pokémon Try Adventure: Meragura Volcano
The Electric Tale of Pikachu: Dream IslandHidden VillageMt. SpiritStone Town

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