Where to Get an Everstone in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

You can get an Everstone from Prof. Oak’s aide. Talk to the aide in the Pokémon Center outside Rock Tunnel and he will give you the Everstone as a reward for recording 20 or more species of Pokémon in your Pokédex.

Rock Tunnel’s Poké Center

Prof. Oak’s aide can be found in the Poké Center just outside Rock Tunnel.

You can fly directly to the Pokémon Center if you have a Pokémon who knows how to fly. Otherwise, start your route from Cerulean City’s Pokémon Center. Head right to get outside of the city and continue towards Route 9 where you are met with a small tree blocking your way.

Have your Pokémon use Cut on the tree to get past it. Continue walking right, passing some trainers along the way. If it’s your first time in the area, the trainers would want to battle. You can engage them or ignore them as you wish.

Keep heading right until you reach Route 10, the route to Rock Tunnel. You will find the Pokémon Center just beside the tunnel entrance.

Head inside and talk to the aide. He says that Prof. Oak has entrusted him with an Everstone as a reward for you once you have caught at least 20 new species of Pokémon for your Pokédex collection.

Once you confirm that you have indeed caught at least 20 Pokémon, he hands you the Everstone.

Using the Everstone

The Everstone is an item intended to be held by a Pokémon. It prevents its holder from evolving.

Give it to a Pokémon you do not want to evolve. When they reach the level they are supposed to evolve, no cutscene will play. It can be useful should you want to postpone your Pokémon’s evolution

Postponing evolutions help Pokémon learn moves faster. Meowth, for example, evolves into Persian at Level 28. If unevolved, Meowth learns the move Slash upon reaching Level 40 but Persian will only learn the same move at Level 53.

Evolving Pokémon may also change their abilities. Meowth by nature has the Pick Up ability that enables it to pick up dropped items after each battle.

Evolving it to Persian removes the ability and is replaced with a different one.

Unevolved Pokémon can also learn moves that their evolved forms cannot learn, and can also pass on their stats directly to their eggs.

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