Unvo Stone in Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO is the most popular augmented reality game till now. It combines elements of the Pokémon franchise that made it famous with augmented reality features that encourage players to venture out into the world in search of Pokémon.

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Because Pokémon Go has finally added Pokémon from the Unova region, a few of them will require a unique Unova Stone to evolve. Our Pokémon Go guide explains how to obtain Unova Stones and which Pokémon is the most suitable for evolution.

How to Get a Unova Stone

Unova Stones can currently only be obtained by completing weekly Field Research Breakthroughs. You can claim the stamps for a Research Breakthrough after completing seven Field Research Tasks on different days. There’s a chance to get an Unova Stone in addition to the special Pokémon that will spawn.

Pokemon Go pokemons

It’s worth noting that you don’t have a high chance of getting an Unova Stone, so it could be a while before you get one. Unova Stones can also be found as rewards for Timed Research from events, so keep an eye out for them.

Chandelure is the most powerful of the options listed above. The fire and ghost-type Pokémon becomes a formidable ghost-type attacker if you equip it with Hex and Shadow Ball.

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That’s the basics in a nutshell. Tell us what you think of the game, and if you haven’t played it, what are you waiting for? It’s free to play and easy to get into. Go ahead and give it a try, and if you are finding trouble, don’t hesitate to fall back to this how-to get a Unova Stone guide for tips!

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