Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Ice Stone Location

Knowing where to find a Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Ice Stone location is necessary if you want to complete the game’s Pokedex. For example, you can’t get Eevee to evolve into Glaceon without it. But it doesn’t seem to ever be available for purchase in the game’s many stores. That being the case, here’s how to get an Ice Stone in Pokemon SV.

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pokemon scarlet and violet ice stone location
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Ice Stone Location

How to Get Ice Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To get an Ice Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you have to go explore the icy region of Glaseado Mountain. Basically, explore the northeast of the map, wherever you see ice. Now, since pickups appear to be at least somewhat random, we can’t say for certain where the Ice Stones are going to be for you. We can only give you the place where we found it. Take a gander at the map screenshots to see where to go. It’s a cave where you have to hop across platforms and pick up every single thing you find on the ground. The Stone should be one of those items. There’s a Pokemart nearby, in case you need it.

So, yeah, that’s where we found a Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Ice Stone. Feel free to share any other locations in the comments below. There might be more of them out there in the snow, and we just happened to miss them. What’s interesting about the Ice Stone is that it never seems to appear in the Delibird shop. Other Evolution Stones, like Fire and Thunder, do eventually get added to the store’s inventory at one point or another. Not the Ice Stone, though. That’s tricky, because you need an Ice Stone if you want to evolve Eevee into Glaceon. That is one evolution we’re certain of, but there could be more. Again, let us know in the comments if you’ve discovered other evolutions that require this particular Stone.

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