Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Fire Stone Location

Knowing where to find a Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Fire Stone Location is going to come in handy at one point or another. After all, it is necessary in order to complete the evolution chains of certain Pokemon. So, in this guide, we are going to show you how you can get a Fire Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Fire Stone Location

Where to Find Fire Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find the Fire Stone location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (or at least a Fire Stone), you need to look by the river in the north of East Province (Area Three). The spot you need to look in is about halfway between Tagtree Thicket and edge of the map. Zoom in and look for the oval shape surrounded by a more circular line. That’s where you need to go. In fact, just follow the map we’ve given you below, and you should be fine. When you get there, you’ll see a fairly tall butte and a shorter, wider rock table. The Fire Stone is on the ground near these rock formations. It’s very easy to miss, since it’s a tiny little glint near a large boulder. So, again, consult the screenshots below.

And there you have it, that’s where you can find the location of a Fire Stone and get it in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. I don’t necessarily think this is going to be the only Fire Stone in the game (outside of the Delibird shops), so we’ll be sure to add more locations when and if we find them. If you come across other Fire Stones in the game, by all means, leave a comment below. If you’re a newcomer to Pokemon, you might not know what the Fire Stone is for in the first place. Well, it’s necessary for certain Pokemon to evolve. We haven’t tested it out yet, but we do know which evolutions it was for in previous games. The list includes Growlithe into Arcanine, Eevee into Flaeron, Pansear into Simisear, and Vulpix into Ninetails.

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