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Water Stone

Discussion in 'Past Pokémon Generations Discussion' started by Blazevoir, Aug 1, 2006.

  1. Blazevoir

    Blazevoir dididi

    Where Can I find 2 Water Stones?
     
  2. shiny manafi

    shiny manafi Sea Prince

    In which version?
     
  3. Aquarelle

    Aquarelle Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald:
    ~There's one in the abandoned ship from what I can remember.
    ~If you dive in the diving spots, some lead to areas with shards. Find a blue shard and give it to the shard hunter in his house located between Lilycove and Mossdeep, and he'll give you a water stone.
    ~You can also find blue shards off wild Clamperl.

    Fire Red/Leaf Green:
    ~You can purchase water stones at the Celedon City department store, for like 2,500 or something, at the fourth or fifth floor. (Can't remember exactly)
     
  4. Emerald Mewtwo

    Emerald Mewtwo Worlds Collide!!!

    For R/S/E:
    You can either:
    • dive underwater, you can find a blue shard from Clamperl using Theif (That's 5% chance of getting it). Once you got a blue shard, go to the shard hunter's house at Route 124 (Between Lilycove & Mossdeep) and trade it for a water stone.

    • There is one Water Stone from the abandoned ship.

    • Trade it from Fire Red or Leaf Green

    • Look around underwater using Itemfinder to find a blue shard, take a blue shard to a shard hunter's house.

    For FR/LG:

    • Just buy it from Celadon Store at the 4th Floor
     
  5. Havoc Houndoom

    Havoc Houndoom Cascade Trainer

    There's also one in XD - I think it's in Phenac Colosseum after you spank Snattle for the first time.
     
  6. www.serebii.net has heaps of info and can answer any question you have, I just found out that underwater Pokemon can hold shards from that site yesterday.
     

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