Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Thunder Stone Location

Knowing the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Thunder Stone location is going to be useful at one point or another. Without it, you most likely won’t be able to evolve certain Pokemon to their full potential. As the name implies, it’s usually used to evolve Electric-type Pokemon. So, let’s see where to find Thunder Stones in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

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Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Thunder Stone Location

Where to Find Thunder Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To find the Thunder Stone location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet (or perhaps a Thunder Stone location), you need to go to one of the large wind turbines in the West Province (Area One). It’s kinda in the middle of nowhere, without any landmarks that we can really use to guide you. Aside from the fact that it’s near the river. So, take a gander at the screenshots provided below to see where the turbines are and which one you need to climb. I mean, you should go to the top of all of them, since there’s several other neat items to collect. And yes, you can use Koraidon to get up the stairs faster. Pick up the Stone and be on your way.

So, that’s where you can find a Thunder Stone location in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. We will be sure to add others if and when we find them (not counting the Delibird shops, of course). Feel free to share the locations you might have come across in the comments below. As for why you need the Thunder Stone in the first place, it’s because you need it in order to evolve some of the Pokemon you catch. Now, we haven’t been able to test it yet, so we don’t know which Pokemon it will work on in Scarlet and Violet. Some examples from previous games include Pikachu into Raichu, Magneton into Magnezone, Nosepass into Probopass, Charjabug into Vikavolt, Eevee into Jolteon, and Eelektrik into Eelektross.

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