The game also has unique items that you can use to do certain tasks and missions. One of these items is the Fire Stone that you can use to evolve certain monsters.
This item has can be found in many locations of the game. Pokemon fans can find the stone Motoske Riverbank (Wild Area). Cross the bridge that’s connecting North Lake Miloch to Motostoke Riverbank. After the bridge, immediately turn left and you’ll see a red Pokeball pickup next to 3 rusted pipes, that’s the Fire Stone right there.
The first location is the same for both Pokemon Sword Edition and Shield Edition. On the other hand, the second is in Lake of Outrage (Wild Area). What’s great about this place is that there are also seven other evolution stones.
To give you more idea, here are other evolution stones you can use to evolve a different kind of Pokemon;
- Dawn Stone
- Dusk Stone
- Fire Stone
- Leaf Stone
- Ice Stone
- Moon Stone
- Shiny Stone
- Sun Stone
- Thunder Stone
- Water Stone
- Razor Claw
- Tart Apple
- Sweet Apple
- Cracked Pot
- Reaper Cloth
- Whipped Dream
- Metal Coat
- Prism Scale
ALL Pokemon you can evolve
On the other hand, there are many monsters in the game that you can evolve using the Fire Stone. Here is the list you need!
Growlithe To Arcanine
Growlithe is one of the favorite Pokemon in the game and also in the anime. It is also usually the one that nurses in the anime own.
Growlithe is another first-generation Pokemon that evolves with a Fire Stone. It is also the first dog-inspired pocket-monster. Later puppies include Yamper, Rockruff, and Lillipup. However, Growlithe’s evolution has always been a favorite that stands out above other dogs due to its sheer size and power.
Pansear To Simisear
Pansear is one of the elemental monkeys that was previously introduced in “Pokemon Black and White.” It appeared together with Pansage and Panpour. Pansear needs a Fire Stone to evolve into Simisear.
They were easy to catch in Black and White because one would be given for free and its element would depend on what starter the player chose at the beginning of the game.
Vulpix To Ninetails
Vulpix is another dog-like monster in the game. Just like Growlithe, it is a pure fire-type that evolves with a Fire Stone. However, it is also exclusive to games without Growlithe and vice versa.
In the Sun and Moon generation, it got the Alolan region variant that is Ice and Fairy-type. That variant does not evolve with a Fire Stone, but with an Ice Stone.
Eevee To Flareon
Eevee is a first-generation fan favorite because of its adorable design and its ability to evolve into seven different types. Of course, one of those types is Fire. This monster can become a Flareon through a Fire Stone. It is pretty simple compared to later evolutions like Syvleon, Umbreon, and Espeon. Many players also love Flareon due to its fluffy design.