Moon Stones are an important item that players will need to acquire in Pokémon: Let’s Go if they want to evolve Pokémon like Clefairy and Jigglypuff. As the name suggests, you’ll need to explore Mt. Moon to get your hands on a Moon Stone in Pokémon: Let’s Go. Don’t worry, we’ll help you narrow the search a bit with this handy article on how to get a Moon Stone in Pokémon: Let’s Go.
How to Get a Moon Stone
Your first destination in getting a Moon Stone is actually to make it to Mt. Moon. This is the rocky tunnel area that you must pass through on your way from Pewter City to Cerulean City, and you’re going to be exploring the area quite a bit if you want to get your hands on a Moon Stone at any point during your playthrough of Pokémon: Let’s Go.
Once you make it to Mt. Moon, it’s time to head inside and start looking around for your fabled Moon Stone. You’ll find the Moon Stone inside of a Poké Ball, which you can find several off littered around Mt. Moon. Of course, you’re going to want to keep an eye out for these are you explore the tunnels and different floors, and always search the different nooks and crannies. If you want to minimize the amount of Pokémon you run into while searching, make sure you use a Repel to lower the amount of spawns you’ll see.
Of course, the Moon Stone is a very rare item, which means the chances of finding it along the top floors is going to be tough. Instead, head deeper and deeper into the mountain, searching for more Poké Balls as you go. If you explore the entirety of the mountain without coming up with anything, then make sure you return the next day after everything respawns for another chance to get it.
Mt. Moon isn’t the only place that you can find the Moon Stone, though. In fact, you can search the white cupboard inside of the Copycat Girl’s house in Saffron City to acquire the Moon Stone more easily. But, if you want to acquire more than one Moon Stone, you’re going to need to farm for them up in Mt. Moon.
Select Pokémon in Pokémon: Let’s Go will require the Moon Stone to evolve, including Jigglypuff, Clefairy, Nidorina and Nidorino. With the Moon Stone in hand, make sure you also check out our guides on how to get Charmander or how to get Squirtle and be sure to head back to our Pokémon: Let’s Go guide for even more help.