Pokémon Sun and Moon: A Guide To All Evolution Items

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Pokemon Sun and Moon is out today, and while you might be aching to jump right into the game and star building your perfect roster, we suggest you take a look at this evolution guide.

As long time fans of the series might already be aware, there are some Pokemon that can just be a pain to evolve on account of the fact that they require a specific item to do so. This handy guide will list all these hard to locate stones and where to find each one in the game world.


The list of items are:

Dusk Stone: 

One can be found at the Flea Market at the Malie Community Center. A second one can be found in the water next to the beach in the Poni Wilds area on Poni Island.

  • Allows Murkrow to evolve into Honchkrow.
  • Allows Misdreavus to evolve into Mismagius.
  • Allows Lampent to evolve into Chandelure.
  • Allows Doublade to evolve into Aegislash.

Oval Stone:

Can be found outside the Pokemon Nursery on Akala Island.

  • Allows Happiny to evolve into Chansey when leveing up during the day.


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  • Prevents a Pokémon from evolving

Moss Stone:

Located in the Lush Jungke on Akala Island.

  • Allows Eevee to evolve into Leafeon

Moon Stone:

Located near the Fountain on Route 13 on Ula’ula Island.

  • Allows Nidorina to evolve into Nidoqueen.
  • Allows Nidorino to evolve into Nidoking.
  • Allows Clefairy to evolve into Clefable.
  • Allows Jigglypuff to evolve into Wigglytuff.
  • Allows Skitty to evolve into Delcatty.
  • Allows Munna to evolve into Musharna.

Fire Stone:

Can be found in the Digglet Tunnel on Akala Island. Also found at Olivia’s shop in KoniKoni City.

  • Allows Vulpix to evolve into Ninetales.
  • Allows Growlithe to evolve into Arcanine.
  • Allows Eevee to evolve into Flareon.
  • Allows Pansear to evolve into Simisear.

Thunder stone:

Can be found at in the Dream Park behind a truck on Akala Island. Also found at Olivia’s shop in KoniKoni City.

  • Allows Pikachu to evolve into Raichu.
  • Allows Eevee to evolve into Jolteon.
  • Allows Eelektrik to evolve into Eelektross.

Water Stone:

Found at Olivia’s shop in KoniKoni City.

  • Allows Poliwhirl to evolve into Poliwrath.
  • Allows Shellder to evolve into Cloyster.
  • Allows Staryu to evolve into Starmie.
  • Allows Eevee to evolve into Vaporeon.
  • Allows Lombre to evolve into Ludicolo.
  • Allows Panpour to evolve into Simipour

Leaf Stone:

Found at Olivia’s shop in KoniKoni City.

  • Allows Gloom to evolve into Vileplume.
  • Allows Weepinbell to evolve into Victreebel.
  • Allows Exeggcute to evolve into Exeggutor.
  • Allows Nuzleaf to evolve into Shiftry.
  • Allows Pansage to evolve into Simisage.

Ice Stone:

Can be found in Po Town on Ula’ula Island.

  • Allows Alolan Vulpix to evolve Alolan Ninetales

Sun Stone:

Can be found on Blush Mountain on Ula’ula Island

  • Allows Gloom to evolve into Bellossom.
  • Allows Sunkern to evolve into Sunflora.
  • Allows Cottonee to evolve into Whimsicott.
  • Allows Petilil to evolve into Lilligant.
  • Allows Helioptile to evolve into Heliolisk.

As you can clearly tell, the list is not currently complete. It will be constantly updated with new items as soon as they are discovered, so check in often.

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Huzaifah Durrani

Writer at GearNuke. Spends his days reading Deadpool comics and obsessing over the Elder Scrolls franchise.

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