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How do you get the Mist Stone in Pokemon Blue?

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2012-09-15 14:25:40
2012-09-15 14:25:40

The Mist Stone was a hoax. The so-called Pokegods do not exist. Therefore you cannot get a Mist Stone in Blue, or any other game.

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The Mist Stone doesn't exist on Pokemon Blue. See related link below.

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no such thing sorryAnsweryou only can get the mist stone in Pokemon red, blue, yellow by cheating but i don't know how.but there is a sun stone that evolves gloom that's not true you can use the mist stone on chirazad and it evloves into charcoalt

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What is this mist stone your talking about???

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its a long term process, first, you have to get the mist stone in Pokemon blue, ect, then you have to trade the Pokemon to silver or gold, ok? In silver or gold, you complete the pokedex to get the time machine where you can then trade to Pokemon leaf green or fire red, and then u transfer Pokemon to diamond or pearl! (the mist stone evolves starter Pokemon into pokegods) :)

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The Mist Stone does Not exist in ANY Pokemon game. Period!

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there is no mist stone in Pokemon emerald

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You give Charizard a mist stone

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The Mist Stone was a fictional item thought up by fans during the Red/Blue days to explain a number of Pokemon that evolved from already fully-evolved Pokemon. There is no item by that name in any game so far. Are you perhaps thinking of a different item?

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There is no mist stone in sapphire.

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The Mist Stone can only be obtained via cheat code as far as I know. It can be used on any Pokemon, Charizard, Venusaur, Blastoise, Machamp, Kadabra, etc.

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That item doesn't exist in leafgreen.

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You can't, the mist stone is completely fake, there is no way of getting it. Although I have heard you can get it with a gameshark, it would not have an effect on pokemon because that is not in the game's coding whatsoever.

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You can't. It was a gag made up by someone.

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It is possible to use an Action Replay device to get a mist stone on Pokémon Emerald. You could find such a code online.

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Yes it is. it is the evolved form of charizard, evolved with a mist stone.

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The leaf stone will evolve certain species of pokemon

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action replay for mist stone. Put mist stone on charizard and have charcolt

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beat the elite four 100,000 times.then go to hearthome andtalk to the guy in red.he says roark has disapaerred.i wonder why.he gives you amap to birth island.then you find roark he gives you mist stone.'mist stone evolves eevee into a glaceon beat the elite four 100,000 times.then go to hearthome andtalk to the guy in red.he says roark has disapaerred.i wonder why.he gives you amap to birth island.then you find roark he gives you mist stone.'mist stone evolves eevee into a glaceon

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The blue Pokemon is Oddish. Oddish is the round blue Pokemon with leaves on its head. You will receive a certain stone after showing it to him.

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there is no such thing as a mist stone i think what you mean is a water stone one way to get it is at the prize place in the pokeathlon and you can also get by showing by showing a guy in bills home at cereulian cape a marril (maybe) if that doesnt work show him marrils evoulotions

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The blue mist covered the air near the waterfall.

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Pokemon can evolve at a huge variety of levels; from 7 to 50. Some Pokemon don't need to level up to evolve. They can evolve by stones; such as: Fire Stone, Leaf Stone, Water Stone, Thunder Stone, and Moon Stone. You can evolve them by trading them with a friend, which these are the Pokemon can be traded to evolve: Graveler, Gengar, Machoke, and Kadabra. (These Pokemon are available in Blue and Red. The further Pokemon do not exist.)


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