Mega Stone

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Charizardite X and Key Stone in Pokémon Origins
A map depicting the locations of Mega Stones in Kalos

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. According to Professor Sycamore, Mega Stones are the results of Evolutionary stones being irradiated by the power of the Legendary Pokemon XerneasX or YveltalY. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it has been revealed that Mega Stones are also periodically created from meteorites that fall down from the sky in a form of green light.


During battle, the player can use their Key Stone-activating item, the Mega RingXY/Mega BraceletORAS to Mega Evolve a Pokémon before it attacks if it is holding the correct Mega Stone. Mega Stones only affect Pokémon during battles, and Pokémon will revert back to their basic form once the battle has ended or upon fainting. All Pokémon that can undergo Mega Evolution have an equivalent Mega Stone that is named after them, except for Rayquaza, which instead needs to know the move Dragon Ascent to Mega Evolve.

Mega Stones cannot be transferred to or from the correct holder during battle: Thief and Covet do not take the Mega Stone, Knock Off does not remove the Mega Stone, Trick and Switcheroo fail, Fling and Bestow fail, and Symbiosis does not activate. Embargo and Magic Room also cannot prevent the use of Mega Stones to Mega Evolve Pokémon. Mega Stones are not consumed upon use, but only one Pokémon can Mega Evolve per battle.


In Pokémon X and Y, all Mega Stones not directly given or sold to the player can only be found between 8 and 8:59 p.m. after Professor Sycamore has upgraded the player's Mega Ring to detect them. These Mega Stones do not appear as item balls in the overworld; rather, they appear as sparkles on the ground.

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Mega Stones on the ground appear as sparkles, like in Pokémon X and Y. Many Mega Stones that can be found in locations the player can already access will not appear until the player defeats or captures Primal GroudonOR/Primal KyogreAS. Some can only being obtained through certain requirements, such as clearing all the Master Ranks in the Pokémon Contest Spectaculars and then defeating Lisia in one of the Master Rank Contests in order to receive the Lucarionite from Chaz or receiving the Garchompite from Aarune after achieving Platinum Rank in the Super-Secret Base by collecting 1,000 Flags.

The stone for Blaziken, the Blazikenite, cannot be found through normal gameplay in X and Y. However, it can be obtained via special distributions and trading. The stone for Diancie, the Diancite, also cannot be obtained through normal gameplay in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Instead, the stone can be obtained by transferring or trading Diancie from Pokémon X and Y to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, activating an event in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire that will allow the Diancite to be obtained.

Pokémon holding Mega Stones introduced in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (except Latiasite and Latiosite) cannot be traded to Pokémon X and Y.

List of Mega Stones

In the anime

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Siebold's Blastoise wearing its Blastoisinite

In the main series

In the anime, Pokémon wear Mega Stones using equipment similar to that which their Trainers use to hold their Key Stones. The equipment disappears while the Pokémon is in its Mega Evolved state.

Mega Stones were first mentioned in Lumiose City Pursuit!, where Professor Sycamore told Ash that a "special stone" is required to trigger Mega Evolution, referring to Mega Stones.

Mega Stones made their first physical appearance in Mega Evolution Special I. The seen Mega Stones were Alain's Charizardite X, Astrid's Absolite, Remo's Garchompite, Siebold's Blastoisinite, and an unknown orange Mega Stone found by Alain from ancient ruins. In addition, a Lucarionite was seen in a painting shown to Alain by Professor Sycamore in a flashback, featuring the first ever Mega Evolution. Astrid's Absolite made a brief reappearance during the opening credits of Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.

Diantha's Gardevoir's Gardevoirite appeared in The Bonds of Evolution!. The Embrace Pokémon was shown carrying its Mega Stone in a necklace around its neck.

A Lucarionite made an appearance in The Cave of Trials!, where it was found by Korrina in a cave near Geosenge Town. After battling a Blaziken guarding the Lucarionite—which was afterwards revealed to belong to Korrina's grandfather, Gurkinn—Korrina obtained the Mega Stone and used it to Mega Evolve her Lucario. The uncut Lucarionite was later set in an armband by McGinty, allowing Lucario to wear the Mega Stone.

Another Lucarionite appeared in The Aura Storm! under the ownership of Gurkinn. Much like Korrina's Lucario, Gurkinn's Lucario also wears its Lucarionite in an armband on its left wrist.

A Mawilite appeared in The Bonds of Mega Evolution!, worn by Mabel's Mawile in a piece of jewelry placed at the foot of its head jaws.

Steven's Shiny Metagross's Metagrossite appeared in Mega Evolution Special II, wearing it as a large bracelet on its right foreleg. An Ampharosite was also seen in a flashback in the same episode, having been found by Lysandre before Alain could get his hands on it.

Another piece of Garchompite belonging to Professor Sycamore and his Garchomp appeared in Garchomp's Mega Bond!. Garchomp wears her Mega Stone as a choker around her neck.


In Pokémon Origins

Charizardite X (left) and a Key Stone (right) in Pokémon Origins

In the Pokémon Origins episode File 2 - Cubone, 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 soon enough. In File 4 - Charizard, during Red's battle against Mewtwo, one of the stones was revealed to be a Charizardite X from Kalos. Together, it and the Key Stone triggered Red's Charizard's Mega Evolution, allowing it to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X and weaken Mewtwo enough to be caught.

In the manga

Diantha's Gardevoir wearing its Gardevoirite in the Pokémon Adventures manga

In the Pokémon - The Legend of the Dragon King manga

In Pokémon - The Legend of the Dragon King, as the story of the manga is centred around Mega Evolution, several characters have Mega Stones. Akira owns both a Charizardite X and a Charizardite Y, Koji owns a Garchompite and Taichi has an Ampharosite.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

X's Kanga and Li'l Kanga own a Kangaskhanite, which allows Li'l Kanga to Mega Evolve into Mega Kangaskhan.

Like in the games, Korrina's Lucario owns a Lucarionite, allowing it to Mega Evolve into Mega Lucario.

Gurkinn's Heracross wears its Heracronite around its head.

Diantha's Gardevoir has been shown wearing its Gardevoirite around its head.

Lysandre owns a Gyaradosite for his Gyarados but is currently unable to Mega Evolve it.

Clemont has an Electrike which evolved into a Manectric searching for its Mega Stone. It eventually joined X's team after a Team Flare Grunt ambushed the group and stole the Manectite.

During a battle against Team Flare, Gurkinn's Gengar protected X from Celosia's Aegislash. It helped battle against Team Flare to stop them from capturing Xerneas while in tree form. It was later given it to X, at which point he nicknamed it Lasma. Lasna has a Gengarite, which allows X to Mega Evolve it into Mega Gengar.

In PAORAS01, both Latios and Latias are revealed to have obtained the Latiosite and Latiasite, respectively.

In PAORAS02, it is revealed that Steven had already found the Mega Stones for Blaziken, Swampert, and Sceptile for Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald, respectively.

In PAORAS02, Zinnia uses her Salamencite to Mega Evolve her Salamence during a battle against Ruby. Using Latios's Latiosite, Ruby Mega Evolves Latios into Mega Latios and defeats Mega Salamence.


The following is a gallery of Mega Stone artwork as seen on the Pokémon Global Link.

Dream Abomasite Sprite.png Dream Absolite Sprite.png Dream Aerodactylite Sprite.png Dream Aggronite Sprite.png Dream Alakazite Sprite.png Dream Altarianite Sprite.png Dream Ampharosite Sprite.png
Abomasite Absolite Aerodactylite Aggronite Alakazite Altarianite Ampharosite
Dream Audinite Sprite.png Dream Banettite Sprite.png Dream Beedrillite Sprite.png Dream Blastoisinite Sprite.png Dream Blazikenite Sprite.png Dream Cameruptite Sprite.png Dream Charizardite X Sprite.png
Audinite Banettite Beedrillite Blastoisinite Blazikenite Cameruptite Charizardite X
Dream Charizardite Y Sprite.png Dream Diancite Sprite.png Dream Galladite Sprite.png Dream Garchompite Sprite.png Dream Gardevoirite Sprite.png Dream Gengarite Sprite.png Dream Glalitite Sprite.png
Charizardite Y Diancite Galladite Garchompite Gardevoirite Gengarite Glalitite
Dream Gyaradosite Sprite.png Dream Heracronite Sprite.png Dream Houndoominite Sprite.png Dream Kangaskhanite Sprite.png Dream Latiasite Sprite.png Dream Latiosite Sprite.png Dream Lopunnite Sprite.png
Gyaradosite Heracronite Houndoominite Kangaskhanite Latiasite Latiosite Lopunnite
Dream Lucarionite Sprite.png Dream Manectite Sprite.png Dream Mawilite Sprite.png Dream Medichamite Sprite.png Dream Metagrossite Sprite.png Dream Mewtwonite X Sprite.png Dream Mewtwonite Y Sprite.png
Lucarionite Manectite Mawilite Medichamite Metagrossite Mewtwonite X Mewtwonite Y
Dream Pidgeotite Sprite.png Dream Pinsirite Sprite.png Dream Sablenite Sprite.png Dream Salamencite Sprite.png Dream Sceptilite Sprite.png Dream Scizorite Sprite.png Dream Sharpedonite Sprite.png
Pidgeotite Pinsirite Sablenite Salamencite Sceptilite Scizorite Sharpedonite
Dream Slowbronite Sprite.png Dream Steelixite Sprite.png Dream Swampertite Sprite.png Dream Tyranitarite Sprite.png Dream Venusaurite Sprite.png
Slowbronite Steelixite Swampertite Tyranitarite Venusaurite


  • The Aggronite and Houndoominite are only obtainable in Pokémon Y, despite Aron, Houndour, and their evolutions being exclusive to Pokémon X.
  • The design of the Mega Stones appear to be based on a common pattern found in the glass marble called a toothpaste or catseye marble.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 超級石 Chīukāp Sehk
超進化石 Chīuzeonfaa Sehk
Mega Stone
Mandarin 超進化石 Chāojìnhuà Shí
Finland Flag.png Finnish Megakivi
France Flag.png French Méga-Gemme
Germany Flag.png German Mega-Stein
Italy Flag.png Italian Megapietra
South Korea Flag.png Korean 메가스톤 Mega Stone
Poland Flag.png Polish Mega Kamień
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Mega Pedra
Spain Flag.png Spanish Megapiedra
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Megasten

See also

Held items
In-battle effect items
BerriesColored orbsDrivesEV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held items
Experience-affecting itemsGemsIncenseMega StonesMemoriesPlates
Stat-enhancing itemsType-enhancing itemsZ-Crystals
Out-of-battle effect items
EV-enhancing itemsEvolution-inducing held itemsIncenseMailScarves

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