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Welcome back to the “How To…” series for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire! Before I begin, I’d like to apologize for the two day delay from this installment in the series to the previous one, and can ensure you guys that I will do my best to prevent that from happening again. Anyways, without further ado, let’s get on with the second part of Mega Stone locations in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire!

First off, we have the Glalite, which can be found in Shoal Cave, just north of Mossdeep City. This can be found in the Ice Room, but only during the Low Tide period, which lasts from 3:00 to 9:00, and 15:00 to 21:00, every day. However, if you have gotten your hands on a copy of the Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Demo Version (except for Japan), you can just transfer both Glalie and the Mega Stone to the games.

Next is the Altarianite, which you can get by speaking to a Show Collector to the east of the Pokemon Center. However, he won’t give you the stone if you don’t have Altaria in your party, unlike when you get other Mega Stones.

Now, we move onto the Cameruptite and the Sharpedonite. To recieve the Cameruptite in Omega Ruby, you will get it from Team Magma’s hideout during the Delta Episode. To recieve the Cameruptite in Alpha Sapphire, you will need to wait a little bit longer and get it once you get to the Battle Resort, where Maxie will give it to you. To recieve the Sharpedonite in Omega Ruby, you will need to get it from Archie during the Delta Episode. To recieve the Sharpedonite in Alpha Sapphire, you will get it from Team Aqua’s hideout during the Delta Episode.

To get the Sablenite, you will need to go to Sootopolis City and head to the very east of the large tree. The stone can be found just past it. It’s interesting to note that there is something that looks to be the Flower that belongs to AZ’s Floette nearby that large tree…

Now, to get the Blazikenite, Sceptilite and Swampertite, the good news is that you can actually get all three! You will get the Mega Stone that belongs to your starter (i.e Swampertite if you chose Mudkip, etc) on Route 120 after Steven gives you the Devon Scope. To get the other Mega Stones, you will need to head to the Stone Salesman on Route 114 to the south of Fallarbor Town, and he will sell the remaining two for 1,500 Pokedollars. Just make sure you don’t accidently buy the extremely overpriced Hard Stones!

To get the Steelixite, you will need to go to Granite Cave to the second underground floor. This will, however, require the use of a Mach Bike, which can be recieved in Mauville City after speaking to Rydel. If you are a player who has the Japanese version of the Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Demo Version, you can transfer both Steelix and its Mega Stone to the games.

To get the Slowbronite, you will need to show the man in Shoal Cave 4 Shoal Salts and 4 Shoal Shells, the exact amount you need to give him to make a Shoal Bell.

To get the Beedrillite, you will need to head to the Storage Room, which can be accessed by opening the previous few doors. This room is located behind Sea Mauville itself, and is the room where one of the Street Thugs will exclaim at all of the Pokeballs (which consist of Nuggets and Big Nuggets).

And, finally, to get the Pidgeotite, you will need to help a little girl find her Shroomish in Verdanturf Town by simply interacting with the main sign. She will give you an Intriguing Stone, and upon taking it to Mr. Stone, President of the Devon Corporation in Rustboro City, he will reveal that it is actually a Pidgeotite that she gave you. I should save children’s Pokemon more often, then I’ll be rich of Mega Stones!

Well, that’s all for today! Tune in this Wednesday for the third installment in the “How To Find Mega Stones” series, where I will be covering the locations of the XY Mega Stones that make their return in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.


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Dicie

I've been a fan of Pokemon for a little bit over 8 years. My very first Pokemon game was Pokemon Sapphire, which I recieved as a gift alongside a Gameboy Advance. To this day, I still continue loving Pokemon with the same passion and intensity as before. My two favorite Pokemon are Dedenne and Milotic, and my favorite type is the Fairy-type.