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Evolution stones come from WHAT?

Discussion in 'General Pokémon Discussion' started by Timetraveler:Pikachu, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. Timetraveler:Pikachu

    Timetraveler:Pikachu Servant of Time.....

    Have you ever really thought about where the evolution stones come from? I mean are they created by legendary or what? I mean there's no "Light" type so how is a Shiny Stone created? Is there some kind of cavern or something that creates evolution stones somehow?
  2. They come from Arceus' garden....
  3. cazatron

    cazatron Well-Known Member

    the way i made that all make sense was by assuming that the stones came from rocks like the mossy rock and icy rock. but nobody has figured out they are connected which is why the leaf stone doesn't work, and they'll probably introduce more rocks to represent each stone
  4. Shneak


    They were created from their respective elements and fossilized.
  5. Sadarac

    Sadarac Well-Known Member

    Theyre made from the fozzilised bones of dead pokemon. When a fire type dies, eventually you get fire stones. Water type, water stone ECT... Its how they help the living get stronger.
  6. AKRy100

    AKRy100 Shockingly electric!

    They're just ordinary stones with particular patterns that have a psychological impact on certain pokemon, causing them to evolve.
  7. Overdose_On_Life

    Overdose_On_Life n(zero)12

    They're another of Lord Voldemort's Horcruxes. Unfortunately they were his test subjects, simply stones and upon creating them, they've ended up in a different dimension than his which would be the Pokeworld we know.

    Glad to clear all that up with you.
  8. Timetraveler:Pikachu

    Timetraveler:Pikachu Servant of Time.....

    If that's true then was there a Light type in prehistoric times? And why doesn't the Dome fossil and the others evolve pokemon?
  9. Gentleman

    Gentleman Sitting on Horsea

    I remember an episode from the anime (original season, had an Eevee in it I think... fighting Eevee brothers or somesuch) that said stones are generally mined. They're probably just something refined from special ores down in the ground, like how you can make a working Pokeball out of an Apricorn.
  10. An00bis

    An00bis Wicked Witch

    I never actually wondered about it ...

    ... BUT since Evolution Stones are usually found buried underground it's possible that they're made similar to gems and precious stones on Earth. Pressure and Heat underground causes dirt to come together and transform into something else over time. As for how each stone gets to be each type it may be be because of the type of energy flowing through the Earth (Aura?) as it begins to form. The hardening deposits absorb some of this energy and become " charged " which attracts similar energy that flows through the area until it becomes a functional stone.
  11. CliveKoopa

    CliveKoopa Well-Known Member

    If that's true, then wouldn't moves like Solarbeam, Light Screen and Synthesis be considered Light type moves?

    Anyway I think the stones are just like normal rocks but with special powers what have been added by Arceus during the creation of the universe.
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2010
  12. Kazoo

    Kazoo Member

    They are just precious stones with special properties.

    They are not related to fossilized Pokemon as far as I know, and I really doubt they are related.
  13. Dresden

    Dresden Pokémon Master

    It's been many times that it's the RADIATION from the stones that makes the Pokemon evolve. It isn't God's holy presence or something idiotic like that. It's not fossilized Pokemon.

    Don't you kids read any comic books? Geez. Radiation gives you magical powers. Now go play by the nuclear waste dump.
  14. Trainmaster718

    Trainmaster718 ORAS is here!

    It should be obvious that a Moon Stone is a fragment of the Moon itself. I beleive that all other stones are just captured energy from their elements.
  15. BlitzBlast

    BlitzBlast Busy with School

    Moon Stones come from the moon.

    Anyway, it's been stated in 3rd gen and 4th gen that Evolution stones are found the same way diamonds, rubies, and emeralds are found IRL.


    We can assume that they are pretty much made in the same way.

    Or that they're just super compressed high level Spheres (you know, the other thing you can dig up in the Underground.
  16. MrAwesome

    MrAwesome <Insert brain here>

    In Prehistoric time, a meteor hit the Pokemon world. This meteor was made of special ore, that in turn turned into the stones.

    The moon stone came from the moon, obviously.

    There. That explains it.
  17. Omastar ftw!

    Omastar ftw! Well-Known Member


    What else?
  18. CliveKoopa

    CliveKoopa Well-Known Member

    That has got me wondering, is a Sun Stone created from a fragment from the Sun?
  19. Eevee-Breeder

    Eevee-Breeder Eevees On Demand

    ^ Epic question.
    How would a piece of the sun get from it? isn't it a giant heap of gas?
    Or in the pokemon world, Is it a solid? O_O"
  20. MrAwesome

    MrAwesome <Insert brain here>

    Sometimes, while moonstones fall to the PokeWorld, the sun's radiation hits them, and hits them hard. They morph into a new stone: A Sun Stone.

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