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Welcome back to the “How To…” series for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire! I sincerely apologize for the delay between this part and the previous part, but I’ve finally been given a little bit of free time to finish off the “How To…” series for Mega Stones. Before I begin, I want to give a huge thanks to you guys for your support on the “How To…” series so far. It really makes me happy to see that you guys are enjoying the content I’m bringing out, and makes me eager to bring more out as soon as I can. Now, without further ado, let’s get on with today’s article!

Also, just to save repeating myself over and over again, know that all Mega Stones need to be found after catching Primal Kyogre or Primal Groudon, unless said otherwise.

To find the Scizorite, head to the Petalburg Woods, and in the northeast of the Woods, I’m sure most of you are familiar with the Moss Rock that allows Eevee to evolve into Leafeon. Well, south of this rock, you will find a tree that you must cut down, and the Scizorite will be waiting for you.

To find the Ampharosite, make your way to New Mauville, which is located right under the Seaside Cycling Road, in the southeast generator room.

To find the Mewtwonite X, you will need to head to Littleroot Town and it will be right next to Professor Birch’s Lab.

To find its counterpart, the Mewtwonite Y, you will need to head to Ever Grande City and it will be right outside of the Pokémon League Building. Interesting to note that these two Mega Stones are the first and last of their pair, and they are located in the first and last landmarks in the game…

To find the Aerodactylite, take a trip to Meteor Falls, and it will be in the western portion of the Falls on the first floor. You will need both Surf and Waterfall in order to reach this Mega Stone.

To find the Gyaradosite, make your way to Route 123 and along the top edges you will find a shack called 123 Go Fish. Inside this house you will find a Poochyena, and upon interacting with it, it will ask you if you want to scratch it. Respond yes and you will be given the Gyaradosite. I think this is perhaps the strangest location for a Mega Stone in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, but it was amusing upon first identifying it. You do not need to catch your version’s Primal Pokémon to find this Mega Stone.

To find the Pinsirite, head to Route 124 and it will be located under the Dive spot near Sister and Brother Rita & Sam. In order to get this Mega Stone, you will need to be in possession of the Dive HM, but you do not need to catch your version’s Primal Pokémon.

To find the Kangaskhanite, you’ll need to make your way to Pacifidlog Town and it will be right behind the Pokémon Center.

To find the Gengarite, arrive at the Battle Resort after completing the Delta Episode and it will be in the custodian’s house in the lower section of the Resort. It will be one of the many Poké Balls scattered in that house.

To find the Alakazite, you will need to head to the Slateport City Market, and it will be in the bottom left corner. This Mega Stone can be found before catching your Primal Pokémon, and is actually the very first Mega Stone you recieve in the game!

To find the Blastoisinite, you will need to board the S.S. Tidal after or during the Delta Episode in the upper right on the deck. Note that this can only be done from journeys to and from Slateport and Lilycove City. If you travel to the Battle Resort, you will not be able to roam the boat as you can in the other journeys, and so you won’t be able to get the Mega Stone either.

To find the Charizardite Y, locate the Scorched Slab in the middle of the lake under the bridge on Route 120. It will be on the basement’s second floor in the southwest corner.

To find the Charizardite X, go to the Fiery Path by the Cable Car entrance on Mt. Chimney. Remember, this is the tunnel that connects the southern portion of Route 112 to the northern one. The stone will be located east of the Fire Stone, and will require Strength to access.

And finally, to find the Venusaurite, take a trip to Route 119, and it will be waiting for you in front of the house in the southern portion of the route.

Well, that’s it for the final installment in the “How To…” series for Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Mega Stones! Although the “How To…” series will be continuing, we will be moving into TM Locations in our next article. Let us know in the comments what Mega Stones you thought were places in an appropriate location in the Hoenn Region (i.e. Charizardite X in the Fiery Slab) and which ones you thought weren’t so well placed (i.e. Gyaradosite in the 123 Go Fish Shack).

 

 

 


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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.