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Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Evolution Guide

Pokemon Let's Go Mega Evolution Guide
How to use Mega Evolution and what does it do? This Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Evolution Guide will answer all of your questions relating to Mega Evolution’s in Pokemon Let’s Go, providing your favorite Pokemon with new forms and huge stat boosts in combat.

Pokemon Mega Evolution’s were not in the original Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue games, which is what Pokemon Let’s Go is based around. However, this feature was introduced in later generations of the game and makes its appearance in Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee and Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu.

Pokemon Let’s Go Mega Evolution Guide

In order to unlock Mega Evolution’s in Pokemon Let’s Go, you need to obtain seven of the eight Gym Badges. Once you have all seven badges return to Vermillion City to find that the gym is still locked. From there, travel to Professor Oak’s house in Pallet Town and speak with him there. He will provide you with a special item, the Key Stone. Once you have the Key Stone, it is able to react to special Mega Evolution Stones that you have in your inventory.

To begin with, Professor Oak will hand you Mega Evolution Stones for Blastoise, Charizard and Venasaur, however, you can purchase more later. Once you have the Key Stone, you need the corresponding Pokemon in your party. For example, to Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard, you need to have the X stone in your backpack and Charizard as your currently selected Pokemon.

When you hit the Fight option, you will see the Mega Evolution buttons appears. Select one, then select a move. Your Pokemon will Mega Evolve into a new form and then use the ability selected. Check out our Mega Stone Guide for more details on how to Mega Evolve more Pokemon.

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