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Mega Mewtwo Y, the first Mega Evolved Pokémon revealed.

Mega Stones (メガストーン Mega Sutoon) are special stones that allow certain Pokémon to reach their Mega Evolution form.

Certain Pokémon will be able to Mega Evolve when holding the respective Mega Stone or, in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, having the respective Mega Stone present in the bag. However, the Pokémon will revert into to their pre-Mega Evolved form after the battle or when the Pokémon faints. Rayquaza is the only Pokémon that doesn't require a Mega Stone to evolve.

List

Name Japanese Debut Pokémon
VenuMS.png Venusaurite フシギバナイト
Fushigibanaito
Fushigibanite
XY 003M.png Venusaur
CharXMS.png Charizardite X リザードナイトX
Rizaadonaito X
Lizardonite X
XY 006M.png Charizard
CharYMS.png Charizardite Y リザードナイトY
Rizaadonaito Y
Lizardonite Y
XY 006M2.png
BlasMS.png Blastoisinite カメックスナイト
Kamekkusunaito
Kamaxnite
XY 009M.png Blastoise
BeedMS.png Beedrillite スピアナイト
Supianaito
Speanite
ORAS 015M.png Beedrill
PidgMS.png Pidgeotite ピジョットナイト
Pijottonaito
Pigeotnite
ORAS 018M.png Pidgeot
AlakMS.png Alakazite フーディナイト
Fuudinaito
Foodinite
XY 065M.png Alakazam
SlowMS.png Slowbronite ヤドランナイト
Yadorannaito
Yadorannite
ORAS 080M.png Slowbro
GengMS.png Gengarite ゲンガナイト
Genganaito
Genganite
XY 094M.png Gengar
KangMS.png Kangaskhanite ガルーラナイト
Garuuranaito
Garuranite
XY 115M.png Kangaskhan
PinsMS.png Pinsirite カイロスナイト
Kairosunaito
Kailiosnite
XY 127M.png Pinsir
GyarMS.png Gyaradosite ギャラドスナイト
Gyaradosunaito
Gyaradosnite
XY 130M.png Gyarados
AeroMS.png Aerodactylite プテラナイト
Puteranaito
Pteranite
XY 142M.png Aerodactyl
MewtXMS.png Mewtwonite X ミュウツナイトX
Myuutsunaito X
Mewtwonite X
XY 150M.png Mewtwo
MewtYMS.png Mewtwonite Y ミュウツナイトY
Myuutsunaito Y
Mewtwonite Y
XY 150M2.png
AmphMS.png Ampharosite デンリュウナイト
Denryuunaito
Denryunite
XY 181M.png Ampharos
SteeMS.png Steelixite ハガネールナイト
Haganeerunaito
Haganeilnite
ORAS 208M.png Steelix
ScizMS.png Scizorite ハッサムナイト
Hassamunaito
Hassamnite
XY 212M.png Scizor
HeraMS.png Heracronite ヘラクロスナイト
Herakurosunaito
Heracrosnite
XY 214M.png Heracross
HounMS.png Houndoominite ヘルガナイト
Heruganaito
Hellganite
XY 229M.png Houndoom
TyraMS.png Tyranitarite バンギラスナイト
Bangirasunaito
Bangirasnite
XY 248M.png Tyranitar

Descriptions

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Anime

  • Brock can Mega Evolve his Steelix with both his Key Stone that he has as a Mega Charm and Steelixite.
  • Misty can Mega Evolve her Gyarados with both her Key Stone that she has as a Mega Hairband and Gyaradosite.

Trivia

  • Most Mega Stones have a "-ite" or "-nite" on the end of it preceded by the related Pokémon's name. For example, Lucario's Mega Stone is called "Lucarionite", Blaziken's Mega Stone is "Blazikenite". There are a few exceptions, however:
    • Some Pokémon do not have their whole name in their Mega Stone. For example, Blastoise's Mega Stone is called "Blastoisinite", Sableye's Mega Stone is called "Sablenite".)
    • Glalie is the only Pokémon whose Mega Stone, "Glalitite", neither contains its whole name nor contains "ite" or "nite" at the end but "tite" instead.

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