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Where can I find a Dawn Stone?

 
 
 
cooldoody asks: Added Feb 18th 2010, ID #148944

Where can I find a Dawn Stone?

I think I need a dawn stone to evolve certain kinds of pokemon. Where can I find one, and what kinds of Pokemon will it work on?
 
 

 
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Volke answered:
Added 18th Feb 2010, ID #326667
You can find a Dawn Stone in Mt. Coronet. If I remember correctly, it's in the room you have to use Defog in (the path that leads to the snow fields). Unless I'm mistaken, the Dawn Stone is required to evolve Roselia into Roserade.
 
 
 
 
kamren3213 answered:
Added 20th Mar 2010, ID #327757
Also used to evolve kirlia(MALE)into gallade
 
 
 
 
Juarez15 answered:
Added 15th Apr 2010, ID #328684
The Dawn Stone is used to evolve Snorunt (Female) into a Frosslass. It also evolves a Kirlia (Male) into Gallade.
 
 
 
 
 

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