Unova Stone Pokemon Go: I have been attempting to complete my Pokedex in Pokemon Go for more than four years, and what have I accomplished? There is very little to report. I have not yet reached level 40, and I am not even close to reaching level 50. I must admit, however, that I enjoy collecting Pokemon, and that I find it exciting to be able to fill up my Pokedex while I am on the move. As a result, I am continuing my quest to complete the Pokedex, and you should as well – and hopefully this guide to using Unova Stone Pokemon Go will be helpful to you.
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Pokemon Go introduced Unova Stones with the release of the fifth generation of Pokemon – something that should be obvious to most people. Unova Pokemon have been crawling around in Pokemon Go for some time, but it’s difficult to keep track of which Pokemon require the Unova Stone to evolve, how many candies they require, etc. So here’s a guide to help you with Unova Stone Pokemon Go.
There are already guides describing all of the Pokemon you can use a Sinnoh Stone on, as well as all of the evolution items that were introduced in the second Pokemon generation. Below you will find all the information you need to know about using Unova Stones in Pokemon Go.
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All Pokemon That Evolve Using The Unova Stone In Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go’s evolutionary items and stones have depressingly limited uses, which is the only drawback. Is it really necessary to introduce a whole new evolutionary method just for one or two Pokemon? The number of Sun Stones I have in my bag far exceeds the number of Pokemon I can use them on.
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There seems to be a similar problem with Unova Stones, though this must be the most generous range of Pokemon to use these stones on since Sinnoh Stones – all of which originate in Unova. Though they are all available in Pokemon Go, I haven’t been able to find them in sufficient quantities to collect the candy necessary to evolve them. This is disappointing, to say the least. It is still a good idea to use your Pinap Berries and Ultra Balls whenever you see the following Pokemon in the wild…
Pansage > Simisage – 50 candy
Pansear > Simisear – 50 candy
Panpour > Simipour – 50 candy
Munna > Musharna – 50 candy
Minccino > Cinccino – 50 candy
Elektrik > Elektross – 100 candy
Lampent > Chandelure – 100 candy
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The adorable monkey trio seems to be a frustratingly rare find in Pokemon Go, as I have rarely encountered even one or two of the creatures, let alone a large group that would fill my candy cabinets. In fact, I have only caught enough Pokemon from this shortlist to evolve Minccino, and it is not my favorite. My preference is to be more Lampent-like.
No matter what my personal feelings are regarding the matter, this is where it stands at the moment. You may already have enough candy to evolve the rarer Pokemon on this list if you have had better luck hunting Pokemon than I have.
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