There are a lot of different objects hidden throughout Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. Each and every one of them serves a function in the overall game. There are some that can assist you in healing your Pokemon or boosting their stats in battle, while others will have an entirely different impact. Consider as an illustration the Moon Stone. This item is responsible for the evolution of certain Pokemon species. Though it goes without saying that you will first need to figure out the location of the Moon Stone and then actually find it in the game before you can use it to evolve the Pokemon that you have chosen to focus on. However, there is no need to be concerned since we are here to explain exactly where the Moon Stone can be found and how it can be obtained in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Where to Find Moon Stone Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Where to Find Moon Stone Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In Pokemon SV, if you want to get the Moon Stone, you must go to the place circled in the next screenshot. It can be found in the South Province gorges (Area Three). In that spot, you can find the Moon Stone in the middle of a patch of grass next to a tree. It looks like a Pokeball and is surrounded by a pink glow, so it is hard to miss. The information about the Moon Stone says that it is “a strange stone that can make some Pokemon evolve.” It’s as dark as the sky at night.”

As you can see, the Moon Stone is a very important part of how some Pokemon evolve. It causes Nidorina to change into Nidoqueen, Nidorino to change into Nidoking, Clefairy to change into Clefable, Jigglypuff to change into Wigglytuff, Skitty to change into Delcatty, and Munna to change into Musharna. To make a Pokemon evolve, you have to give it the Moon Stone. If you put the Moon Stone through this process, it will die.

List of All Item Categories

List Of Items Category Wise
Medicine Evolution Stones
Poke Balls Held Items
Evolution Items Treasures
Tera Shards TM Materials
Berries Vitamins
Battle Items Key Items
Training Items Mints
Sandwiches Ingredients