Answers. Go to Bill’s grandpa’s house where Bill lived in Red, Blue, Yellow (the route via Ceruleom City). Then show him a Staryu and you’ll get a Water Stone.
The following trainers will randomly give you the following stones as gifts: Schoolboy Alan (Route 36) Flint. Fisherman Tully (Route 42) water stone.
Water Stone is located in Bridge Field (Wild Area). Head north in the area until you see a path leading to the left with some grass and a raid den by the city walls. Next to the raid cave, you’ll find the water stone in a red pokeball pickup on the ground.
In the second generation, elemental evolution stones were more of a rarity. The only way to get them in Gold and Silver is by showing Bill’s grandfather certain Pokemon on Route 25. You can do this in Crystal, but you can also get them from certain trainers.
There are four Pokémon that evolve using a water stone: Staryu to Starmie. Eevee to Vaporeon. Poliwhirl to Poliwrath.
His home, shared with a wife and Bill’s younger sister, is next to Fuchsia Gym. Bill’s family life continues to expand in the story of Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. More relatives are introduced in Goldenrod Town; Bill’s grandfather is now house sitting for Bill on Route 25.
Never leave Japanese water stones in water for a long time. Soak your sharpening stone in water before using it – five minutes is usually sufficient, ten minutes is acceptable for coarse stones. To sharpen, place the stone on a non-slip surface or clamp it firmly between two pieces of wood.
Sunstone evolves Gloom into Bellossom and Sunkern into Sunflora.
It is an elliptical shaped stone that looks transparent and has a ball of light inside. It evolves Togetic into Togekiss, Roselia into Roserade, and Minccino into Cinccino.
The more puzzles you solve, the more types of Unown can be caught. (There are 26 variations in total, one for each letter of the English alphabet. Ruins of ALPH, got it?). After catching all 26 unknowns, you should return to the lab.
You can find a water stone in both Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl by going to Route 213 east of Pastoria City. To get to the stone, you must first get HM Surf. Once you’ve done that, head to Route 213 and head southeast until you reach a small shoreline.
There are five Pokemon that use a Water Stone in Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl, the first of which is Poliwhirl. Players can find the water type Gen 1 in the Great Underground and on Routes 225, 227, and 228.
In fact, Eevee evolves into eight different Pokémon in the games and TV series. These include: Vaporeon when exposed to a Water Stone, Jolteon from the Thunderstone, Flareon when exposed to a Flint Stone, as well as Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon.
In Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu/Eevee, and other Pokémon games, the Moonstone is used to evolve the following Pokémon: Clefia to Clefable. Jugglypuff in Wigglypuff.
Bill’s grandfather looks after Bill’s house. He doesn’t get out much, but he’s been reading about Pokemon and wants to see one with a long tongue… Show him a Leckit and he’ll give you an Everstone.