Pokemon Let's Go Evolution Stones - How to Get Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

Pokemon Let's Go Evolution Stones - How to Get Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee

Here's where you can find Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

There's plenty that Pokemon doesn't tell you about, including the Evolution Stones. These are powerful items that can actually make certain types of Pokemon evolve on command. In our Pokemon Let's Go Evolution Stones guide, we'll be providing you with all the information you need about the special stones, including how to get Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let's Go.

Where to Find Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

In order to get your hands on some Evolution Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, you’re firstly going to have to stockpile some cash. You can earn some quick money by taking on rival Pokemon Trainers out in the world, as well as defeating powerful Gym Leaders, of which Brock and Misty are the first two.

Once you’ve saved up some cash, you’ll want to head to Celadon City, which you’ll come across roughly ten or twelve hours into Pokemon Let’s Go, once you’ve seen Team Rocket capture a Cubone from Lavender Town. You’ll want to head to the Department Store in Celadon Town, which is found in the northwest corner of the small town.

Within the Department Store itself, head up to the fourth floor: Wiseman Gifts. At the sole counter on the floor, you’ll be able to purchase various Evolution Stones for almost every type of Pokemon in the game. Just below, we’ll outline each Evolution Stone on offer here, detailing how much they cost:

Pokemon Let's Go Evolution Stones

Evolution Stone TypeStone PriceStone Effect
Fire Stone5000Immediately evolves Fire-type Pokemon
Thunder Stone5000Immediately evolves Electric-type Pokemon
Water Stone5000Immediately evolves Water-type Pokemon
Leaf Stone5000Immediately evolves Leaf-type Pokemon
Ice Stone5000Immediately evolves Ice-type Pokemon

You’ll want to use Evolution Stones on only your favorite Pokemon, who you frequently use in battle. A great use for the stone is on either Charmander or Squirtle, who you can obtain fairly early on in the game, to evolve either creature into Charmeleon or Wartortle, respectively.

Now that you know exactly where to head to get your hands on some Evolution Stones easily in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, you can check out our additional guides on the games. Head over to our page on how to cut down trees in Pokemon Let’s Go, or our guide on how to make excellent throws in Pokemon Let’s Go.

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