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This is a guide to evolutionary stones in the game Pokemon Sword and Shield, the Isle of Armor, and the Crown Tundra DLCs. Read on if you want to know what evolutionary stones are and what they do, as well as which Pokemon evolve through evolutionary stones.
|Leaf Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It has an unmistakable leaf pattern.|
|Dusk Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It holds shadows as dark as can be.|
|Dawn Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It sparkles like a glittering eye.|
|Water Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It is the blue of a pool of clear water.|
|Fire Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. The stone has a fiery orange heart.|
|Shiny Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It shines with a dazzling light.|
|Moon Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It is as black as the night sky.|
|Sun Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It burns as red as the evening sun.|
|Ice Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evlove. It has an unmistakable snowflake pattern.|
|Thunder Stone||A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokemon evolve. It has a distinct thunderbolt pattern.|
|Galarica Cuff||Give to Galarian Slowpoke to evolve it into Galarian Slowbro.|
|Galarica Wreath||Give to Galarian Slowpoke to evolve it into Galarian Slowking.|
The most efficient way to obtain evolutionary stones is to receive them from the Digging Duo in Bridge Field. For 500 watts, you can receive a random item, and occasionally that item will be an evolutionary stone.
You are going to need a lot of watts if you aim to pick up many stones, so be sure and visit many Pokemon Dens to collect as many as possible!
|Fire Stone||Water Stone||Thunder Stone||Leaf Stone|
|Moon Stone||Sun Stone||Shiny Stone||Dusk Stone|
|Dawn Stone||Ice Stone||-||-|
You can pick up all evolutionary stones at the Lake of Outrage. However, you cannot get them until the Rotom Bike can go over water, so be sure and go there after winning your 6th badge.
We have not currently discovered any method of buying evolutionary stones. It is very possible that you cannot buy evolutionary stones in this game, so when you do have them, be sure and select which Pokemon to use them on very careful so that you do not waste them.
Although evolutionary stones are quite rare, many Pokemon that can normally only be obtained by evolving with a stone can be found in the wild. When you cannot find the stone you need to evolve a Pokemon, you may just be able to capture it's evolved form in the wild instead.
|Galarian Darumaka||Galarian Darmanitan|
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|Types of Items|
|Battle Items||Recovery Items||Power Items|
|Master Ball||Fossils||Evolutionary Held Items|
|Lucky Egg||Rare Candy||Bottle Caps|
Evolutionary Stones and Pokemon That Evolve With Stones
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