Not to be confused with Wishing Piece or Wishing Stone.
Wishing Star (Japanese: ねがいぼし Wishing Star) is a Key Item introduced in Generation VIII. It is a source of Dynamax energy, which can be fit into a Dynamax Band in order to allow a Trainer to Dynamax their Pokémon. According to Professor Magnolia, the Wishing Stars are parts of Eternatus, which is said to have some sort of connection to the Dynamax phenomenon.
Wishing Star ねがいぼし Wishing Star
Introduced in Generation VIII
In the core series games
Pokémon Sword and Shield, two Wishing Stars fall from the sky near the player and Hop after their battle on Route 2. Professor Magnolia then takes them and fits them into Dynamax Bands for the two. Bede is later revealed to be collecting Wishing Stars for Rose, gathering them from Galar Mine and Galar Mine No. 2. He also attempts to destroy the famous mural in Stow-on-Side to get more of them. During the game's climax, Rose reveals that Macro Cosmos has been giving the gathered Wishing Stars to Eternatus in order to solve the energy crisis that is facing Galar in one thousand years.
During the post-game,
Sonia is revealed to hold the Wishing Stars confiscated from Chairman Rose after his arrest at her laboratory. They're later stolen by Sordward and Shielbert with the help of Sonia's treacherous assistant in order to advance their plans.
Spoilers end here.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, while not obtainable, it is mentioned by a Gentleman in Floaroma Town if the player's console has Pokémon Sword or Shield save data, before giving the player a Jirachi.
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The Wishing Star is given to
Professor Magnolia, who fits it into a Dynamax Band, before giving it back to the player.
Sw Sh A stone found in the Galar region with a mysterious power. It's said that your dreams come true if you find one.
Acquisition In the anime In the manga In other languages See also