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Mega Stone

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===Generation VII===
In {{g|Sun and Moon}}, only Mega Stones for Pokémon in the [[List of Pokémon by Alola Pokédex number (Sun and Moon)|Alola Pokédex]] and for the fully-evolved [[Kanto]] {{pkmn2|starter}}s are available through normal gameplay. [[Dexio]] gives the player the Alakazite and a Key Stone after defeating him on [[Ancient Poni Path]] after becoming {{pkmn|Champion}}. Most Mega Stones can be purchased at the [[Battle Tree]] for 64 [[Battle Point]]s. {{ga|Red}} will give the player all Mega Stones associated with the starter Pokémon of the Kanto region after being defeated in a Single Challenge at the Battle Tree. The remaining Mega Stones have been distributed as [[event item]]s; by participating in [[Pokémon Global Link]] online competitions or with universal codes provided on the official Pokémon website. Currently, all Mega Stone codes have expired; thus, the only current way to obtain these Mega Stones in {{g|Sun and Moon}} is to trade them from {{g|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon}}.
 
In {{g|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon}}, all Mega Stones are available for purchase at the Battle Tree except for [[Diancite]], which is given to the player at [[Olivia]]'s {{DL|Konikoni City|jewelry store}} in [[Konikoni City]] for showing a man a {{p|Diancie}}, and the Kanto Starter Mega Stones, which are received from Red or Blue. Dexio also gives the player Alakazite in these games, but he is found at the entrance to [[Poni Meadow]] in [[Poni Plains]].
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