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Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones – How to Find and How to Use

Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones aren’t particularly easy to come by in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and EeveeUsed to evolve some of the most powerful Pokemon in the game, Moon Stones are an essential item if you’re gunning to complete your Pokedex in Pokemon Let’s Go. So, the question remains: where do you find Moon Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go? This guide will outline the Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones location and explain how to use Moon Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go.

Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones – How to Find

Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones can only be found in one location in Pokemon Let’s Go: Mt. Moon. However, finding them isn’t an easy task to undertake. In order to find Moon Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go, you’ll need to interact with the various craters dotted around Mt. Moon.

These craters often contain hidden items, most of which are Moon Stones. There isn’t a finite amount of Moon Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go, so new Moon Stones will spawn every so often. If you press A, one of the triggers, or the left analog stick, you’ll interact with what’s in front of you. Doing so with one of the craters (you can see an example in the featured image) gives you a chance to earn a Moon Stone.

Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones – How to Use

Pokemon Let’s Go Moon Stones are used just like any other evolutionary stone in Pokemon Let’s Go. If you go to your Power-Up-Pocket, which is contained in your Bag, you can see all of the evolutionary stones in your inventory. Hovering over these stones will highlight whether the Pokemon in your party are compatible or incompatible with them.

When a Pokemon is compatible with an evolutionary stone, all you need to is select them from the compatibility menu. The Pokemon that are compatible with Moon Stones in Pokemon Let’s Go are as follows:

  • Clefairy
  • Jigglypuff
  • Nidorino
  • Nidorina

So, if you want a Clefable, a Wigglytuff, a Nidoking, or a Nidoqueen, head to Mt. Moon and start searching in the craters. You need them to complete your Pokedex, after all.