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Welcome back to the “How To…” series for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire! Today, we will continue covering Mega Stone locations, but now we will move into Mega Stones that have been present in Pokemon X and Pokemon Y previously. Now, I know I’ve been off schedule for a while now, so from now on, I’m probably just going to write an article twice a week whenever I feel like it. We’ll see if that works better than having a set schedule. Now, without further ado, let’s begin!

To find the Abomasite, you’ll need to make your way to the Route 123 Berry Garden, but only after you have caught Primal Kyogre or Primal Groudon, and it should be waiting for you.

Now, we move into perhaps the two most challenging Mega Stones in the game. To get the Lucarionite, you will have to beat all of the Master Ranks in the Pokemon Contests (Cool, Beautiful, Cute, Clever and Tough) and then defeat Lisia in a battle.

To get the Garchompite, you have to achieve Platinum Rank in your Secret Base, which can be done by getting a whopping 1,000 flags from other people’s Super Secret Bases. Quite the hefty challenge, but if you have the time, it’s definitely worth it,

To get the Absolite, go to the Safari Zone off of Route 121. You will need to get the Acro Bike to do the tricks necessary to get to the Absolite.

To get the Banettite, you will need to go to Mt. Pyre and it should be at the right part of the summit. Quite a fitting place for it, isn’t it? I wish Gamefreak had done that for some of the other Mega Stones…

To get the Manectite, head to the Seaside Cycling Road and it will be near Beauty Melissa to the right of the northern exit.

To find the Medichamite, you’ll need to go back to Mt. Pyre and it should be waiting for you on the top floor.

To recieve the Aggronite, you will need to go into Rusturf Tunnel and clear the path so Wanda and her boyfriend can see each other again. Then, you’ll get the stone as a present from her boyfriend.

To locate the Mawilite, you have to head to Verdanturf Town and it will be there in the southern portion.

To recieve the Gardevoirite, you have to go to Wanda’s house in Verdanturf Town, but only after you have caught Primal Kyogre or Primal Groudon. She will give it to you as a gift.

To locate the Tyranitarite, you will need to make your way to the Jagged Pass directly south of Mt. Chimney, but you will need to have caught Primal Kyogre or Primal Groudon and you will need the Acro Bike. It should be located next to the patch of grass that is northeast of the entrance.

To get the Houndoomnite, you will need to go to Lavaridge Town and it will be near the sand piles. Keep in mind that this can only be done after catching the Primal Pokemon that is exclusive to your version.

Finally, to locate the Heracronite, you will need to make your way to Route 127 and it will be located near Black Belt Koji.

Well, that’s it for this installment in the “How To…” series! Let us know in the comments below what Mega Stone you think was the hardest and easiest to find. Tune in next time for the final part on how to find OR/AS Mega Stones!


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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.