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Water Stone
みずのいし
Water Stone
Water Stone
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Introduced in Generation I
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The Water Stone (Japanese: みずのいし Water Stone) is a type of Evolution stone introduced in Generation I.

In the core series games

Price

Games Cost Sell price
RGBY/RBY PokémonDollar.png2100 PokémonDollar.png1050
GSC
RSE
N/A PokémonDollar.png1050
FRLG PokémonDollar.png2100 PokémonDollar.png1050
DPPtHGSS
W
N/A PokémonDollar.png1050
B PokémonDollar.png10000 PokémonDollar.png1050
B2W2 PokémonDollar.png2000 PokémonDollar.png1050
XY PokémonDollar.png2100 PokémonDollar.png1050
ORAS N/A PokémonDollar.png1050
SM PokémonDollar.png3000 PokémonDollar.png1500

In the Generation V games, the Water Stone can be sold an item maniac inside the Icirrus City Pokémon Center for PokémonDollar.png3000.

Effect

Allows several Pokémon to evolve.

In Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver, in the Ruins of Alph, the player requires a Water Stone to open the hidden room in the southwestern chamber. In Pokémon Crystal, the player simply needs to have it in their Bag. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, they need to use it while facing the wall.

Description

Games Description
Stad A Stone used for making certain kinds of Pokémon evolve.
GSC Evolves certain kinds of Pokémon.
RSE Makes certain species of Pokémon evolve.
FRLG A peculiar stone that makes certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is a clear light blue.
Colo.XD Makes certain species of Pokémon evolve.
DPPtHGSS
BWB2W2
A peculiar stone that makes certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is a clear, light blue.
XYORAS
SM
A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It is the blue of a pool of clear water.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
RGBY
RBY
Celadon Department Store
GSC Route 25 (from Bill's grandfather), Mystery Gift, Route 42 (gift from Fisherman Tully)C
RSE Abandoned Ship Route 124 (trade for Blue Shard with Treasure Hunter)
FRLG Seafoam Islands (×2) Celadon Department Store
XD Phenac Stadium, Gateon Port
DPPt Route 213, Solaceon RuinsPt The Underground
HGSS Seafoam Islands Route 25 (from Bill's grandfather), Route 42 (gift from Fisherman Tully), Bug-Catching Contest first prize (post-National Pokédex), Pokéathlon Dome (2500 Pts.)MoTuWeFr
PW Beyond the Sea (held by wild Staryu)
BW Castelia City, Driftveil City Dust clouds, Black CityB/White ForestW (Ralph)
B2W2 Route 19, Clay Tunnel Battle Subway/Pokémon World Tournament (3BP), Join Avenue (Antique Shop), White Forest (Store 2),
Dust clouds (Chargestone Cave, Mistralton Cave, Clay Tunnel, Twist Mountain, Underground Ruins, Victory Road, Wellspring Cave, Seaside Cave, Giant Chasm),
Pokémon Dream Radar (regular areas after catching Thundurus)
XY Route 8, Route 12 Lumiose City (Stone Emporium), Secret Super Training (The Water Stone Cup Begins!, The Battle for the Best: Version X!X, and The Battle for the Best: Version Y!Y), Route 18 (from Psychic Inver), Spiky Rock 2 (in battles; using Hyper Voice or Rock Slide)
ORAS Route 124 (trade for Blue Shard with Treasure Hunter), Inverse Battle Stop, Secret Super Training (The Water Stone Cup Begins!, The Battle for the Best!), Route 106 (rematch with Fisherman Elliot), Secret Base ("Pick up stones" with Secret Pal)
PMC Balloon Popping (Lv. 2)
SM Route 8 Konikoni City, Poké Pelago (Isle Aphun - Brilliant-Stone Hunting)

Appearance

This is the appearance of the Water Stone in the Sinnoh Underground.

Mine Water Stone.png
Water Stone

In spin-off games

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series

Effect

If thrown, it will deal 1 damage (2 if sticky). Using this item in a dungeon will consume it, with no effect.

MDBag Water Stone III Sprite.png In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team, if the player offers a Water Stone from the Team Toolbox when attempting to evolve in Luminous Cave, Poliwhirl, Shellder, Staryu, and Eevee can be evolved into Poliwrath, Cloyster, Starmie, and Vaporeon, respectively. It costs 3000 Poké and can be sold for 1 Poké.

MDBag Water Stone Sprite.png In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky, if the player offers a Water Stone at Luminous Spring, Poliwhirl, Shellder, Staryu, and Eevee can be evolved into Poliwrath, Cloyster, Starmie, and Vaporeon, respectively. It costs 1000 Poké and can be sold for 1 Poké.

Description

Games Description
MDRB It enables certain kinds of Pokémon to evolve. Give it to the Pokémon when it's ready to evolve.
MDTDS A peculiar stone that holds the color of clearest blue. It allows certain kinds of Pokémon to evolve.

Acquisition

Games Finite methods Repeatable methods
MDRB Northwind Field (29F)
MDTDS Treasure boxes, Job requests (★3-★9)
Mystifying Forest (Kecleon Shop: 5F, 7F, 9F, 11F, 13F), Lake Afar (Kecleon Shop: B3F, B5F, B7F, B9F, B11F, B13F, B15F, B17F, B19F, B21F, B23F), Midnight Forest (Kecleon Shop: B5F, B7F, B9F, B11F, B13F, B15F, B17F, B19F, B21F, B23F)

Pokémon Conquest

In Pokémon Conquest, Eevee and Panpour can evolve into Flareon and Simipour, respectively, if their link is improved while their Warrior is equipped with a Water Stone.

A Water Stone can be purchased from the traveling merchant for 5000 gold, and sold for 2500-3250 gold.

Description

Games Description
Conq. Enables certain Pokémon to evolve.

In the anime

A Water Stone as seen in Mystery on a Deserted Island!

The Water Stone made its anime debut in The Battling Eevee Brothers as part of a collection held by the Eevee brothers.

In Once in a Mawile, a Water Stone belonging to Samantha appeared, which Brock's Lombre used to evolve into Ludicolo. This is the first time that a main character's Pokémon evolves via an Evolution stone on-screen.

Professor Oak gave a Water Stone to a wild Lombre in A Faux Oak Finish!.

Ursula used a Fire Stone and a Water Stone to evolve her two Eevee in Last Call, First Round!, making them a Flareon and Vaporeon, for use in the Grand Festival.

Mystery on a Deserted Island! featured the Water Stone along with all of the other Evolution stones available as of Generation V.

A full set of Evolution stones was seen on display in a stone shop in Geosenge Town in The Cave of Trials!.

In the manga

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Evolutionary stones in The Electric Tale of Pikachu

The focus of the chapter To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That Is the Question! was Evolution stones. Misty hoped to buy a Water Stone for her Poliwhirl in Stone Town, a town on Dream Island where all the Evolution stones in the Pokémon world come from. However, she couldn't afford one, remarking that an inexpensive one might make the evolution go bad.

Misty was later given a Water Stone by Mikey, who was being pressured to join the "Knights of the E Stone", a club which requires members to own a Pokémon evolved by an Evolution stone.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

A Water Stone, Fire Stone, Thunder Stone, and Leaf Stone in the Yellow chapter

In Buzz Off, Electabuzz!, Red's Poliwhirl was able to evolve into a Poliwrath with the help of a Water Stone when they were thrown into the water in Vermilion Harbor, although the cause of his evolution wasn't revealed until the Yellow chapter.

In The Kindest Tentacruel, the Pokémon Fan Club Chairman told Yellow about a legend of an underwater dome at the bottom of Vermilion Harbor, housing a set of Evolution stones which, unlike normal stones, did not disappear after making a Pokémon evolve, allowing them to be used repeatedly. The cause of Red's Poliwhirl's evolution had been one of these said stones, proving the legend to be true. Yellow was later led to the dome by a wild Tentacruel, finding a Leaf Stone in it, but the Fire, Thunder, and Water Stones were missing. Later, it was revealed that Giovanni had given them to Red so he could freely evolve and devolve his Eevee.

In Triple Threat, Cilan, Chili, and Cress used a Leaf Stone, Fire Stone, and Water Stone to evolve their Pansage, Pansear, and Panpour into Simisage, Simisear, and Simipour, respectively, during their battle against the Shadow Triad.

Trivia

  • Through a glitch in the Generation I games, Pokémon that would normally require an Evolution stone to evolve can be evolved without it, provided that the Pokémon levels up in the battle and the player has sent out a specific Pokémon in the same battle. In the case of the Water Stone, this Pokémon is Onix.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 水之石 Séui-jī Sehk
Mandarin 水之石 Shuǐ-zhī Shí
Denmark Flag.png Danish Vandsten
Finland Flag.png Finnish Vesikivi
France Flag.png French Pierre Eau
Germany Flag.png German Wasserstein
Italy Flag.png Italian Pietraidrica
South Korea Flag.png Korean 물의돌 Mur-ui Dol
Poland Flag.png Polish Wodny Kamień *
Kamień Wody *
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Pedra da Água*
Pedra-d'água*
Pedra de Água*
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Pedra Água
Spain Flag.png Spanish Piedra Agua
Turkey Flag.png Turkish Su Taşı
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Đá nước

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