Pokemon X and Y Mega Guide: HM, TM Locations, Maxing Out Your Pokemon, IV And EV Tips

A complete guide for Pokemon X and Y.

This is a complete guide for Pokemon X and Y. Find rare hidden locations, pokemons, mega stones locations, HM and TM [hidden and technical mechanics] locations, Individual value [ IV ],  Effort Value [ EV ], max out your pokemon faster and how you can catch Pikachu and do more.

Pokemon X & Y has quickly become the fastest selling 3DS title of all – which is somewhat to be expected, since it is Pokemon. However, Game Freak has added a number of changes to the game this time around, with new Mega Evolutions and breeding mechanics. How does it all work, and how do you take advantage of the best strategies to ensure victory? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Also, for the love of MewTwo, don’t save your game in Lumiose City. You’ll thank us later

Common, Starters Rares Hidden Locations Guide [Via Reddit]:

Below you will find all the locations where you can acquire the Pokemon of X and Y.

  • Chespin – Starter Pokémon
  • Quilladin – (Lv.16)
  • Chesnaught – (Lv.36)
  • Fennekin – Starter Pokémon
  • Braixen – (Lv.16)
  • Delphox – (Lv.36)
  • Froakie – Starter Pokémon
  • Frogadier – (Lv.16)
  • Greninja – (Lv.36)
  • Bunnelby – Route 2, Route 3, Route 22
  • Diggersby – Route 22; (Lv.20)
  • Zigzagoon – Route 2
  • Linoone – (Lv.20)
  • Fletchling – Route 2, Route 3
  • Fletchinder – (Lv.17)
  • Talonflame – (Lv.35)
  • Pidgey – Route 2, Route 3
  • Pidgeotto – (Lv.18)
  • Pidgeot – (Lv.36)
  • Scatterbug – Route 2, Santalune Forest
  • Spewpa – (Lv.09)
  • Vivillon – (Lv.12)
  • Caterpie – Route 2 (Y only), Santalune Forest
  • Metapod – Santalune Forest (Y only); (Lv.07)
  • Butterfree – (Lv.10)
  • Weedle – Route 2 (X only), Santalune Forest
  • Kakuna – Santalune Forest (X only); (Lv.07)
  • Beedrill – (Lv.10)
  • Pansage – Santalune Forest
  • Simisage – (Leaf Stone)
  • Pansear – Santalune Forest
  • Simisear – (Fire Stone)
  • Panpour – Santalune Forest
  • Simipour – (Water Stone)
  • Pichu – Breed Pikachu/Raichu
  • Pikachu – Route 3, Santalune Forest; (Max. Happiness)
  • Raichu – (Thunder Stone)
  • Bidoof – Route 3, Route 22
  • Bibarel – Route 22(Lv.15)
  • Dunsparce – Route 3, Route 22
  • Azurill – Route 3, Route 22
  • Marill – Route 3; (Max. Happiness)
  • Azumarill – Route 22; (Lv.18)
  • Burmy – Route 3
  • Wormadam – (Lv.20, F)
  • Mothim – (Lv.20, M)
  • Surskit – Breed Masquerain
  • Masquerain – Route 3; (Lv.22)
  • Magikarp – Route 3, Route 22
  • Gyarados – Route 3, Route 22; (Lv.20)
  • Corphish – Route 3
  • Crawdaunt – Route 3; (Lv.30)
  • Goldeen – Route 3, Route 22
  • Seaking – Route 3, Route 22; (Lv.33)
  • Carvanha – Route 22
  • Sharpedo – Route 22; (Lv.30)
  • Litleo – Route 22
  • Pyroar – (Lv.35)
  • Psyduck – Route 7, Route 22
  • Golduck – (Lv.33)
  • Farfetch’d – Route 22
  • Riolu – Route 22
  • Lucario – (Max. Happiness, Day)
  • Ralts – Route 4
  • Kirlia – (Lv.20)
  • Gardevoir – (Lv.30)
  • Gallade – (Dawn Stone, M)
  • Flabébé – Route 4, Route 7
  • Floette – (Lv.19)
  • Florges – (Shiny Stone)
  • Budew – Route 4
  • Roselia – Route 7; (Max. Happiness, Day)
  • Roserade – (Shiny Stone)
  • Ledyba – Route 4
  • Ledian – (Lv.18)
  • Combee – Route 4
  • Vespiquen – (Lv.21, F)
  • Skitty – Route 4
  • Delcatty – (Moon Stone)
  • Bulbasaur – Lumiose City – Professor Sycamore
  • Ivysaur – (Lv.16)
  • Venusaur – (Lv.32)
  • Charmander – Lumiose City – Professor Sycamore
  • Charmeleon – (Lv.16)
  • Charizard – (Lv.36)
  • Squirtle – Lumiose City – Professor Sycamore
  • Wartortle – (Lv.16)
  • Blastoise – (Lv.36)
  • Skiddo – Route 5
  • Gogoat – (Lv.32)
  • Pancham – Route 5
  • Pangoro – (Lv.32, w/ Dark-type in team)
  • Furfrou – Route 5
  • Doduo – Route 5
  • Dodrio – (Lv.31)
  • Plusle – Route 5
  • Minun – Route 5
  • Gulpin – Route 5
  • Swalot – (Lv.26)
  • Scraggy – Route 5
  • Scrafty – (Lv.39)
  • Abra – Route 5
  • Kadabra – (Lv.16)
  • Alakazam – (Trade)
  • Oddish – Route 6
  • Gloom – (Lv.21)
  • Vileplume – (Leaf Stone)
  • Bellossom – (Sun Stone)
  • Sentret – Route 6
  • Furret – (Lv.15)
  • Nincada – Route 6
  • Ninjask – (Lv.20)
  • Shedinja – (Lv.20, Empty slot in party)
  • Espurr – Route 6
  • Meowstic – (Lv.25)
  • Kecleon – Route 6
  • Honedge – Route 6
  • Doublade – (Lv.35)
  • Aegislash – (Dusk Stone)
  • Venipede – Route 6
  • Whirlipede – (Lv.22)
  • Scolipede – (Lv.30)
  • Audino – Route 6
  • Smeargle – Route 7
  • Croagunk – Route 7
  • Toxicroak – (Lv.37)
  • Ducklett – Route 7
  • Swanna – (Lv.35)
  • Spritzee – Route 7 (Y only)
  • Aromatisse – (Trade, w/ Sachet)
  • Swirlix – Route 7 (X only)
  • Slurpuff – (Trade, w/ Whipped Dream)
  • Volbeat – Route 7
  • Illumise – Route 7
  • Hoppip – Route 7
  • SKiploom – (Lv.18)
  • Jumpluff – (Lv.27)
  • Munchlax – Breed Snorlax
  • Snorlax – Route 7 – Interact; (Max Happiness)
  • Whismur – Connecting Cave
  • Loudred – (Lv.20)
  • Exploud – (Lv.40)
  • Meditite – Connecting Cave
  • Medicham – (Lv.37)
  • Zubat – Connecting Cave
  • Golbat – (Lv.22)
  • Crobat – (Max Happiness)
  • Axew – Connecting Cave
  • Fraxure – (Lv.38)
  • Haxorus – (Lv.48)

Coastal Kalos

  • Drifloon – Route 8
  • Drifblim – (Lv.38)
  • Mienfoo – Route 8
  • Mienshao – (Lv.50)
  • Zangoose – Route 8
  • Seviper – Route 8
  • Spoink – Route 8
  • Grumpig – (Lv.32)
  • Absol – Route 8
  • Inkay – Route 8
  • Malamar – (Lv.30, Hold 3DS upside-down)
  • Lunatone – Route 8 (X only)
  • Solrock – Route 8 (Y only)
  • Bagon – Route 8
  • Shelgon – (Lv.30)
  • Salamence – (Lv.50)
  • Wingull – Route 8, Route 12
  • Pelipper – (Lv.25)
  • Taillow – Route 8
  • Swellow – (Lv.22)
  • Binacle – Route 8, Route 12, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City – Rock Smash
  • Barbaracle – (Lv.39)
  • Dwebble – Route 8, Route 12, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City, Glittering Cave – Rock Smash
  • Crustle – (Lv.34)
  • Tentacool – Route 8, 12, Ambrette Town, Azure Bay, Cyllage City
  • Tentacruel – (Lv.30)
  • Wailmer – Route 8, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City
  • Wailord – (Lv.40)
  • Luvdisc – Route 8, 12, Ambrette Town (Y Only), Azure Bay, Cyllage City – Fish
  • Skrelp – Route 8, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City – Fish (Y only)
  • Dragalge – (Lv.48)
  • Clauncher – Route 8, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City – Fish (X only)
  • Clawitzer – (Lv.37)
  • Staryu – Route 8 – Fish (X only)
  • Starmie – Route 8 – Fish (X only)(Water Stone)
  • Shellder – Route 8 – Fish (Y only)
  • Cloyster – Route 8 – Fish (Y only)(Water Stone)
  • Qwilfish – Route 8 – Fish
  • Horsea – Ambrette Town, Cyllage City – Fish
  • Seadra – (Lv.32)
  • Kingdra – (Trade,w/ Dragon Scale)
  • Relicanth – Ambrette Town, Cyllage City – Fish
  • Sandile – Route 9
  • Krokorok – (Lv.29)
  • Krookodile – (Lv.40)
  • Helioptile – Route 9
  • Heliolisk – (Sun Stone)
  • Hippopotas – Route 9
  • Hippowdon – (Lv.34)
  • Rhyhorn – Glittering Cave
  • Rhydon – (Lv.42)
  • Rhyperior – (Trade, w/ Protector)
  • Onix – Glittering Cave
  • Steelix – (Trade, w/ Metal Coat)
  • Woobat – Glittering Cave, Reflection Cave
  • Swoobat – (Max Happiness)
  • Machop – Glittering Cave
  • Machoke – (Lv.28)
  • Machamp – (Trade)
  • Cubone – Glittering Cave
  • Marowak – (Lv.28)
  • Kangaskhan – Glittering Cave
  • Mawile – Glittering Cave
  • Tyrunt – Revive Jaw Fossil
  • Tyrantrum – (Lv.39, Day)
  • Amaura – Revive Jaw Fossil
  • Aurorus – (Lv.39, Night)
  • Aerodactyl – Revive Old Amber
  • Ferroseed – Glittering Cave, Reflection Cave
  • Ferrothorn – (Lv.40)
  • Snubbull – Route 10
  • Granbull – (Lv.23)
  • Electrike – Route 10 (Y only)
  • Manectric – (Lv.26)
  • Houndour – Route 10 (X only)
  • Houndoom – (Lv.24)
  • Eevee – Route 10
  • Vaporeon – (Water Stone)
  • Jolteon – (Thunder Stone)
  • Flareon – (Fire Stone)
  • Espeon – (Max Happiness, Day)
  • Umbreon – (Max Happiness, Night)
  • Leafeon – (Level up around Moss Rock)
  • Glaceon – (Level up around Icy Rock)
  • Sylveon – (Max Bond on Pokemon-Amie)
  • Emolga – Route 10
  • Yanma – Route 10
  • Yanmega – (Level up, learn Ancientpower)
  • Hawlucha – Route 10
  • Sigilyph – Route 10
  • Golett – Route 10
  • Golurk – (Lv.43)
  • Nosepass – Route 10
  • Probopass – (???)
  • Makuhita – Route 11
  • Hariyama – (Lv.24)
  • Throh – Route 11 (Y only)
  • Sawk – Route 11 (X only)
  • Starly – Route 11
  • Staravia – (Lv.14)
  • Staraptor – (Lv.34)
  • Stunky – Route 11
  • Skuntank – (Lv.34)
  • Nidoran F – Route 11
  • Nidorina – (Lv.16)
  • Nidoqueen – (Moon Stone)
  • Nidoran M – Route 11
  • Nidorino – (Lv.16)
  • Nidoking – (Moon Stone)
  • Dedenne – Route 11
  • Chingling – Route 11, Reflection Cave
  • Chimecho – (Max Happiness, Night)
  • Mime Jr. – Reflection Cave
  • Mr. Mime – (Level up, learn Mimic)
  • Solosis – Reflection Cave
  • Duosion – (Lv.32)
  • Reuniclus – (Lv.41)
  • Wynaut – Breed Wobbuffet
  • Wobbuffet – Reflection Cave; (Lv.15)
  • Roggenrola – Reflection Cave
  • Boldore – (Lv.25)
  • Gigalith – (Trade)
  • Sableye – Reflection Cave
  • Carbink – Reflection Cave
  • Tauros – Route 12
  • Miltank – Route 12
  • Mareep – Route 12
  • Flaaffy – (Lv.15)
  • Ampharos – (Lv.30)
  • Pinsir – Route 12 (X only)
  • Heracross – Route 12 (Y only)
  • Pachirisu – Route 12
  • Slowpoke – Route 12
  • Slowbro – (Lv.37)
  • Slowking – (Trade,w/ King’s Rock)
  • Exeggcute – Route 12
  • Exeggutor – (Leaf Stone)
  • Chatot – Route 12
  • Mantyke – Route 12, Azure Bay
  • Mantine – (Level up, w/ Remoraid in party)
  • Clamperl – Route 12 – Fish
  • Huntail – Route 12 – Fish (X only); (Trade, w/ Deepseatooth)
  • Gorebyss – Route 12 – Fish (Y only); (Trade, w/ Deepseascale)
  • Remoraid – Route 12, Azure Bay – Fish
  • Octillery – Route 12, Azure Bay – Fish; (Lv.25)
  • Corsola – Route 12 – Fish
  • Chinchou – Azue Bay – Fish
  • Lanturn – Azue Bay – Fish(Lv.27)
  • Alomomola – Azue Bay – Fish
  • Lapras – Route 12, Azure Bay
  • Articuno – Roaming Kalos (post-game)
  • Zapdos – Roaming Kalos (post-game)
  • Moltres – Roaming Kalos (post-game)

Mountain Kalos

  • Diglett – Route 13
  • Dugtrio – (Lv.26)
  • Trapinch – Route 13
  • Vibrava – (Lv.35)
  • Flygon – (Lv.45)
  • Gible – Route 13
  • Gabite – (Lv.24)
  • Garchomp – (Lv.48)
  • Geodude – Route 18, Terminus Cave and Victory Road
  • Graveler – Route 13, Route 18, Terminus Cave, Victory Road; (Lv.25)
  • Golem – (Trade)
  • Slugma – Route 13
  • Magcargo – (Lv.38)
  • Shuckle – Route 16, Route 18, Terminus Cave, Victory Road
  • Skorupi – Route 14, Route 15, Route 16
  • Drapion – (Lv.40)
  • Wooper – Breed Quagsire
  • Quagsire – Route 14, Route 19; (Lv.20)
  • Goomy – Route 14
  • Sliggoo – Route 19(Lv.40)
  • Goodra – (Level up in rain)
  • Karrablast – Route 14, Route 19
  • Escavalier – (Trade with a Shelmet)
  • Shelmet – Route 14, Route 19
  • Accelgor – (Trade with a Karrablast)
  • Bellsprout – Route 14
  • Weepinbell – Route 14, Route 16, Route 19; (Lv.21)
  • Victreebel – (Leaf Stone)
  • Carnivine – Route 14, Route 19
  • Gastly – Frost Cavern
  • Haunter – Route 14, Route 19, Victory Road; (Lv.25)
  • Gengar – (Trade)
  • Poliwag – Route 14, Route 15, Route 16, Route 19, Route 21, Pokémon Village
  • Poliwhirl – Route 14, Route 15, Route 16, Route 19, Route 21, Pokémon Village; (Lv.25)
  • Poliwrath – (Water Stone)
  • Politoed – (Trade, w/ King’s Rock)
  • Ekans – Route 14
  • Arbok – (Lv.22)
  • Stunfisk – Route 14, Route 19
  • Barboach – Route 14, Route 19
  • Whiscash – Route 14, Route 19; (Lv.30)
  • Purrloin – Breed Liepard
  • Liepard – Route 15 (Y only); (Lv.20)
  • Poochyena – Breed Mightyena
  • Mightyena – Route 15 (Y only); (Lv.18)
  • Patrat – Breed Watchog
  • Watchog – Route 15; (Lv.20)
  • Pawniard – Route 15, Lost Hotel
  • Bisharp – (Lv.52)
  • Klefki – Route 15, Route 16, Lost Hotel
  • Murkrow – Route 15, Route 16
  • Honchkrow – (Dusk Stone)
  • Foongus – Route 15, Route 16, Route 20, Victory Road, Pokémon Village
  • Amoonguss – Route 20, Victory Road, Pokémon Village; (Lv.39)
  • Lotad – Breed Lombre
  • Lombre – Route 15, Route 16, Route 21, Pokémon Village; (Lv.14)
  • Ludicolo – (Water Stone)
  • Buizel – Breed Floatzel
  • Floatzel – Route 15, Route 16, Route 21; (Lv.26)
  • Basculin – Route 15, Route 16, Route 21, Pokémon Village
  • Phantump – Route 16
  • Trevenant – (Trade)
  • Pumpkaboo – Route 16
  • Gourgeist – (Trade)
  • Litwick – Lost Hotel
  • Lampent – (Lv.41)
  • Chandelure – (Dusk Stone)
  • Rotom – Lost Hotel
  • Magnemite – Lost Hotel
  • Magneton – Lost Hotel(Lv.30)
  • Magnezone – (???)
  • Voltorb – Lost Hotel
  • Electrode – Lost Hotel; (Lv.30)
  • Trubbish – Lost Hotel, Pokémon Village
  • Garbordor – (Lv.36)
  • Swinub – Breed Piloswine/Mamoswine
  • Piloswine – Frost Cavern(Lv.33)
  • Mamoswine – (Level up, learn Ancientpower)
  • Bergmite – Frost Cavern
  • Avalugg – (Lv.37)
  • Cubchoo – Frost Cavern
  • Beartic – Frost Cavern; (Lv.37)
  • Smoochum – Frost Cavern
  • Jynx – Frost Cavern(Lv.30)
  • Vanillite – Frost Cavern
  • Vanillish – (Lv.35)
  • Vanilluxe – (Lv.47)
  • Snover – Route 17
  • Abomasnow – Route 17; (Lv.40)
  • Delibird – Route 17
  • Sneasel – Route 17
  • Weavile – (Level up, w/ Razor Claw, Night)
  • Timburr – Breed Gurdurr/Conkeldurr
  • Gurdurr – Route 18, Victory Road; (Lv.35)
  • Conkeldurr – (Trade)
  • Torkoal – Route 18
  • Sandshrew – Breed Sandslash
  • Sandslash – Route 18, Terminus Cave; (Lv.22)
  • Aron – Terminus Cave (X only)
  • Lairon – Route 18 (X only); (Lv.32)
  • Aggron – (Lv.42)
  • Larvitar – Terminus Cave (Y only)
  • Pupitar – Route 18 (Y only); (Lv.30)
  • Tyranitar – (Lv.55)
  • Heatmor – Route 18
  • Durant – Route 18
  • Spinarak – Breed Ariados
  • Ariados – Terminus Cave, Victory Road; (Lv.22)
  • Spearow – Breed Fearow
  • Fearow – Route 18, Victory Road; (Lv.20)
  • Cryogonal – Frost Cavern
  • Skarmory – Route 18. Victory Road
  • Noibat – Terminus Cave, Victory Road
  • Noivern – (Lv.48)
  • Gligar – Route 19
  • Gliscor – (Level up, w/ Razor Fang, Night)
  • Hoothoot – Pokémon Village
  • Noctowl – Route 20, Pokémon Village; (Lv. 20)
  • Igglybuff – Breed Jigglypuff/Wigglytuff
  • Jigglypuff – Route 20, Pokémon Village; (Max Happiness)
  • Wigglytuff – (Moon Stone)
  • Shuppet – Breed Banette
  • Bannette – Pokémon Village; (Lv.37)
  • Zorua – Breed Zoroark
  • Zoroark – Route 20, Pokémon Village; (Lv.30)
  • Gothita – Breed Gothorita/Gothitelle
  • Gothorita – Route 20, Pokémon Village; (Lv.32)
  • Gothitelle – (Lv.41)
  • Bonsly – Breed Sudowoodo
  • Sudowoodo – Route 20; (Level up, learn Mimic)
  • Spinda – Route 21
  • Teddiursa – Victory Road
  • Ursaring – Route 21, Victory Road; (Lv.30)
  • Lickitung – Victory Road
  • Lickilicky – (Level up, learn Rollout)
  • Scyther – Route 21
  • Scizor – (Trade, w/ Metal Coat)
  • Ditto – Pokémon Village
  • Swablu – Route 21
  • Altaria – Route 21; (Lv.35)
  • Druddigon – Victory Road
  • Deino – Breed Zweilous/Hydreigon
  • Zweilous – Victory Road; (Lv.50)
  • Hydreigon – (Lv.64)
  • Dratini – Route 21
  • Dragonair – Route 21; (Lv.30)
  • Dragonite – (Lv.55)
  • Xerneas – Team Flare’s Lab (X only)
  • Yveltal – Team Flare’s Lab (Y only)
  • Zygarde – Terminus Cave (post-game)
  • Mewtwo – Pokémon Village (post-game)

Mega Stones Locations Guide [Via Pokemondb]:

Below is the complete guide on where you can find Mega Stones in Pokemon X and Y.

Abomasite

This is given to you when you save Abomasnow in Frost Cavern.

Absolite

You will get this stone when you defeat your rival in Kiloud City in the postgame.

Aerodactylite

This one is in Ambrette Town, where you’ll get it from a scientist in the Fossil Lab. The scientist is located on the right side of the lab.

Aggronite

This one is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon Y. When you enter Cyllage Gym, go to the right and climb the first wall, then climb the next wall on the right. It is on the ground around the corner.

Alakazite

This one is found at night. Find this Mega Stone on B3F of the Reflecting Cave in the postgame.

Ampharosite

Go in Azure Bay and you’ll find an old man on an island who will give this to you. The man is standing next to a fisherman and the island is just south of the Sea Spirits Den entrance.

Banettite

Find it in the Chamber of Emptiness at night.

Blastoisenite

When you get to choose one of the former starter Pokemon from Professor Sycamore, pick Squirtle and you’ll get this Mega Stone. If you didn’t get it from him, you will be able to buy it from a man in the Stone Emporium in Lumiose City in the postgame. It costs 150,000 and is only available every three days.

Blazikenite

You get this from the event Torchic. You need to go to the main menu and choose Mystery Gift. Select Receive Gift, then Via Internet and you’ll get the Torchic after visiting talking to the woman to the left of the desk in any Pokemon Center. It’s holding the Blazikenite.

Charizardite X/Y

When you get to choose one of the former starter Pokemon from Professor Sycamore, pick Charmander and you’ll get this Mega Stone. Depending on the version of the game you have, you’ll receive either the X or Y version of the stone. If you didn’t get it from him, you will be able to buy it from a man in the Stone Emporium in Lumiose City in the postgame. It costs 150,000 and is only available every three days.

Garchompite

This one is found at night. You’ll find this one near a small tower near the end of Victory Road. The tower is behind a wall that needs to be destroyed by Rock Smash.

Gardevoirite

Find Diantha in Lumiose City, who is in a small cafe (Cafe Soleil). Trade any Pokemon with her to get a Ralts with the stone.

Gengarite

A black-haired woman will give you this in Lavarre City.

Gyaradosite

You can find this one at night. It’s in the southeastern section of Couriway Town. There are three small waterfalls and this stone is in the middle one.

Heracronite

This one is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon Y. It’s found in some tall grass in Santalune Forest, near the Route 2 exit/entrance.

Houndoominite

This stone is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon Y. In Route 16, there is a spot where two skaters are going around a rock formation. The stone is on the ground on the southern side.

Kangaskhanite

This one is found at night. Go inside Glittering Cave and take the first right. The stone will be found at the dead end.

Lucarionite

After defeating Korrina at the Tower of Mastery, she’ll give you this.

Manectite

This stone is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon X. In Route 16, there is a spot where two skaters are going around a rock formation. The stone is on the ground on the southern side.

Mawilite

This one is found at night. When you enter Shabboneau Castle, go to the left and use the stairs to get to the second floor. The stone is on the ground just north of the western staircase.

Medicahnite

This one is found at night. It can be found in Lavarre City, by a well.

Mewtwonite X/Y

The stone you receive depends on the version of the game you have. You’ll get the stone when you capture Mewtwo in the cave west of Pokemon Village.

Pinsirite

This one is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon X. It’s found in some tall grass in Santalune Forest, near the Route 2 exit/entrance.

Scizorite

This one is found at night. It can be found behind the Abomasnow in Frost Cavern.

Tyranitarite

This one is found at night and is exclusive to Pokemon X. When you enter Cyllage Gym, go to the right and climb the first wall, then climb the next wall on the right. It is on the ground around the corner.

Venusaurite

When you get to choose one of the former starter Pokemon from Professor Sycamore, pick Ivysaur and you’ll get this Mega Stone. If you didn’t get it from him, you will be able to buy it from a man in the Stone Emporium in Lumiose City in the postgame. It costs 300,000 and is only available every three days.

 How To Fix Your Frozen Pokemon:

There is a possibility that your Pokemon may freeze when you save in Lumiose City. Follow the steps below to get it fixed:

Step 1: Load your game.

Step 2: As the game loads wait for the music to start.

Step 3: Mash the home button until it works.

Pokemon X and Y TM Locations Guide [Technical Mechanics Locations Guide]:

Below you will find the complete Technical Mechanics and where you can find them in Pokemon X and Y.

Snarl (Dark):
You will find it at: Lost Hotel

Nature Power (Normal):
You will find it at: Ambrette Town Hotel

Dark Pulse (Dark):
You will find it at: Route 15

Power-Up Punch (Fighting):
You will find it at: Shalour City Gym

Dazzling Gleam (Fairy):
You will find it at: Laverre City Gym

Confide (Normal):
You will find it at: Courmaline City

Hone Claws (Dark):

You will find it at: Route 5

Dragon Claw (Dragon):

You will find it at: Victory Road

Psyshock (Water):
You will find it at: Victory Road

Calm Mind (Psychic):
You will find it at: Anistar City Gym

Roar (Normal):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Toxic (Poison):
You will find it at: Route 14

Hail (Ice):
You will find it at: Shalour City PokéMart

Bulk up (Fighting):
You will find it at: Snowbelle City

Venoshock (Poison):
You will find it at: Route 6

Light Screen (Psychic):
You will find it at: Kiloude City PokéMart

Taunt (Normal):
You will find it at: Lysandre Labs

Ice Beam (Ice):
You will find it at: Snowbelle City Gym

Blizzard (Ice):
You will find it at: Anistar City Poké Mart

Hyper Beam (Normal):
You will find it at: Anistar City Poké Mart

Dig (Ground):
You will find it at: Shalour City PokéMart

Psychic (Psychic):
You will find it at: Pokemon Village

Shadow Ball (Ghost):
You will find it at: Terminus Cave

Brick Break (Fighting):
You will find it at: Terminus Cave

Reflect (Psychic):
You will find it at: Kiloude City PokéMart

Sludge Wave (Poison):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Flamethrower (Fire):
You will find it at: Anistar City Pokemon Center

Sludge Bomb (Poison):
You will find it at: Route 19

Sandstorm (Rock):
You will find it at: Shalour City PokéMart

Fire Blast (Fire):
You will find it at: Anistar City Poké Mart

Rock Tomb (Rock):
You will find it at: Cyllage City Gym

Aerial Ace (Flying):
You will find it at: Connecting Cave

Torment (Dark):
You will find it at: Laverre City

Facade (Normal):
You will find it at: Dendimelle Town

Flame Charge (Fire):
You will find it at: Kalos Power Plant

Rest (Psychic):
You will find it at: Cyllage City

Attract (Normal):
You will find it at: Route 12

Thief (Dark):
You will find it at: Camphier Town

Low Sweep (Fighting):
You will find it at: Tower of Mastery

Round (Normal):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Snatch (Dark):
You will find it at: Lumiose City North Boulevard – Hotel Richisseme

Overheat (Fire):
You will find it at: Kiloude City Poké Mart

Steel Wing (Steel):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Focus Blast (Fighting):
You will find it at: Anistar City Poké Mart

Energy Ball (Grass):
You will find it at: Route 20

False Swipe (Normal):
You will find it at: Lumiose City

Protect (Normal):
You will find it at: Parfum Palace

Rain Dance (Water):
You will find it at: Lumiose City PokéMart

Roost (Flying):
You will find it at: Route 8

Safeguard (Normal):
You will find it at: Shalour City PokéMart

Frustration (Normal):
You will find it at: Cyllage City

Solarbeam (Grass):
You will find it at: Route 21

Smack down (Rock):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Thunderbolt (Electric):
You will find it at: Lumiose City Gym

Earthquake (Ground):
You will find it at: Route 22

Return (Normal):
You will find it at: Route 4

Hidden Power (Normal):
You will find it at: Anistar City

Sunny Day (Fire):
Lumiose City PokéMart

Scald (Water):
You will find it at: Couriway Town

Fling (Dark):

You will find it at: Lost Hotel

Charge Beam (Electric):
You will find it at: Route 13

Sky Drop (Flying):
You will find it at: Kiloude City

Incinerate (Fire):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Quash (Dark):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Will-O-Wisp (Fire):
You will find it at: Route 14

Acrobatics (Flying):
You will find it at: Courmaline City

Embargo (Dark):
You will find it at: Courmaline City

Explosion (Normal):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Shadow Claw (Ghost):
You will find it at: Glittering Cave

Payback (Dark):
You will find it at: Geosenge Town

Retaliate (Normal):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Bulldoze (Normal):
You will find it at: Lumiose City PokéMart

Frost Breath (Ice):
You will find it at: Frost Cavern

Rock Slide (Rock):
You will find it at: Couriway Town

X-Scissor (Bug):
You will find it at: Azure Bay

Dragon Tail (Dragon):
You will find it at: Lumiose City Museum

Infestation (Bug):
You will find it at: Santalune City Gym

Poison Jab (Poison):
You will find it at: Shalour City PokéMart

Dream Eater (Psychic):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Grass Knot (Grass):
You will find it at: Courmaline City Gym

Swagger (Normal):
You will find it at: Battle Maison Prize

Sleep Talk (Normal):
You will find it at: TM88

U-Turn (Bug):
You will find it at: Couriway Town

Substitute (Normal):
You will find it at: Anistar City Pokemon Center

Flash Cannon (Steel):
You will find it at: Kiloude City

Trick Room (Psychic):
You will find it at: Courmaline City

Wild Charge (Electric):
You will find it at: Kiloude City PokéMart

Rock Smash (Fight):
You will find it at: Ambrette Town

Giga Impact (Normal):
You will find it at: Kiloude City PokéMart

Rock Polish (Rock):
You will find it at: Route 11

Flash (Normal):
You will find it at: Reflection Cave

Stone Edge (Rock):
You will find it at: Forest Cavern

Volt Switch (Electric):
You will find it at: Battle Mansion Prize

Thunder Wave (Electric):
You will find it at: Route 10

Gyro Ball (Steel):
You will find it at: Reflection Cave

Swords Dance (Normal):
You will find it at: Lumiose City PokéMart

Struggle Bug (Bug):
You will find it at: Lumiose City PokéMart

Pokemon X and Y HM Locations Guide [Hidden Mechanics Locations Guide]:

Below you will find the complete Hidden Mechanics and where you can find them in Pokemon X and Y.

Fly (Flying):
You will find it at: Courmaline City – From Professor Sycamore

Surf (Water):
You will find it at: Shalour City – From Calem/Serena

Strength (Normal):
You will find it at: Cyllage City – From Grant

Cut (Normal):
You will find it at: Parfum Place – In Maze

Waterfall (Water):
You will find it at: Route 19 – From Shauna

Pokemon X and Y – How to Catch Pikachu

You can catch Pikachu using the video guide below.

Pokemon X and Y – How to Catch Mega Torchic

You can catch Torchic using the video guide below.

Pokemon X and Y – How to Catch Mega Eevee/Sylveon

You can catch Eevee/Sylveon using the video guide below.

Pokemon X & Y: EV Training Using Super Training Guide:

Check out the video below to learn more about Effort Value Training.

Max out Pokemon stats really fast:

The video below will show you how you can How To max out Pokemon stats really fast with EV Super Training.

Pokemon X And Y – Shiny Pokemon

Below you will find all the Shiny Pokemon that you can find in Pokemon X and Y.

  • Shiny Chespin
  • Shiny Skrelp
  • Shiny Helioptile
  • Shiny Froakie
  • Shiny Fenniken
  • Shiny Flabebe
  • Shiny Sylveon
  • Shiny Gogoat
  • Shiny Litleo

Pokemon X and Y IV [Individual Value] Guide:

Special Attack:

  • Highly Curious: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Very finicky: 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29
  • Mischievous: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ,31
  • Thoroughly Cunning: 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Often Lost in Thought: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28

Special Defense:

  • Somewhat Vain: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ,31
  • Strongly Defiant: 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Strong willed: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Hates to Lose: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28
  • Somewhat Stubborn: 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29

Speed:

  • Alert to Sounds: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ,31
  • Impetuous & Silly: 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Somewhat of a Clown: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28
  • Likes to run: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Quick to Flee: 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29

HP:

  • Loves to Eat: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Scatters Things Often: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28
  • Often Scatters Things 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Likes to Relax: 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29
  • Often Dozes Off: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ,31

Attack:

  • Likes to Thrash About has 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26, ,31
  • A Little Quick Tempered has 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Proud of its Power has 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Likes to Fight has 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28
  • Quick Tempered has 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29

Defense:

  • Sturdy Body: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, ,30
  • Good Perseverance: 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, ,29
  • Capable of Taking Hits: 1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 26 ,31
  • Highly Persistent: 2, 7, 12, 17, 22, ,27
  • Good Endurance: 3, 8, 13, 18, 23, ,28

Note: This guide will updated once we have more information about the game.


  • Roflstompz

    you know that any pokemon can be a shiny.. right?

  • JAM671

    You can punch the default black bag to find random other bags, including reset bags. It doesn’t take long at all, but you can only hold 12 bags at a time.

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