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Revision as of 02:51, 11 November 2013

Summary of the Blazikenite

A Mega Stone (Japanese: メガストーン Mega Stone) is a type of held item introduced in Pokémon X and Y. It allows Pokémon to Mega Evolve.

During battle, the player can use their Mega Ring to Mega Evolve a Pokémon if it is holding the correct Mega Stone before it attacks. Mega Stones only affect Pokémon during battles, and Pokémon will revert back to their basic form once the battle has ended. All Pokémon that can undergo Mega Evolution have an equivalent Mega Stone that is named after them.

The stone for Blaziken, the Blazikenite, cannot be found in regular gameplay and can only be obtained via special distributions.

Mega Stones—like Mail, the Griseous Orb when held by Giratina and Plates when held by a Pokémon with Multitype—cannot be taken via Thief and Covet, cause Trick and Switcheroo to fail if used on or by the holder, and cause Fling and Bestow to fail if used by the holder. Embargo and Magic Room also cannot prevent the use of Mega Stones to Mega Evolve Pokémon. Mega Stones are not consumed upon use.

List of Mega Stones

In the anime

In the main series

Mega Stones have yet to officially debut in the main Pokémon anime series, although Professor Sycamore did tell Ash in Lumiose City Pursuit! that a "special stone" is required to trigger Mega Evolution, referring to Mega Stones.

In Pokémon Origins

Mr. Fuji's Mega Stone and Key Stone
In the second episode of the Pokémon Origins mini-series, Mr. Fuji gave Red a Mega Stone and a Key Stone, although he did not tell Red what they truly were, saying that he would find out eventually. In the final episode of the mini-series, during Red's battle against Mewtwo, these stones triggered Red's Charizard's Mega Evolution, allowing it to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X and defeat Mewtwo.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Méga-Gemme
Germany Flag.png German Mega-Stein
Italy Flag.png Italian Megapietra
South Korea Flag.png Korean 메가스톤 Mega Seuton
Spain Flag.png Spanish Megapiedra



Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesDrivesEV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held itemsExperience-affecting items
GemsIncensePlatesMega StonesStat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing items

Out-of-battle effect items
EV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held itemsIncenseMailScarves

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