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Old 11-12-2008, 11:07 AM
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Old 11-13-2008, 12:26 AM
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Anyway, on topic, we have concluded that it can either have a certain radiation (for why stones work only on certain Pokemon), energy (there are different kinds of energy), or both. Right?
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Old 11-15-2008, 02:42 PM
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I think that the evolution stones are the remnants from ancient evolutions, and that leftover power is spilled on the ground, then i gets pressurized by the sediment that is being deposited and hardens into an evolution stone. but, it has to be an evolution of that type to get a certain evolution stone, for instance, a magby evolves into a magmar. Then, there is leftover evolution power on the ground, but you can't see it. then, a sandstorm comes, and buries the power niblets. Then, they harden into a fire stone over time. So, essentially, they are hardened or fossilized evolutionary energy. So, maybe they would give off some kind of ever-flowing evolutionary radiation, like dry ice gives off CO2. So, yes, they would.
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Old 11-15-2008, 02:45 PM
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I think that the evolution stones are the remnants from ancient evolutions, and that leftover power is spilled on the ground, then i gets pressurized by the sediment that is being deposited and hardens into an evolution stone. but, it has to be an evolution of that type to get a certain evolution stone, for instance, a magby evolves into a magmar. Then, there is leftover evolution power on the ground, but you can't see it. then, a sandstorm comes, and buries the power niblets. Then, they harden into a fire stone over time. So, essentially, they are hardened or fossilized evolutionary energy. So, maybe they would give off some kind of ever-flowing evolutionary radiation, like dry ice gives off CO2. So, yes, they would.
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That makes a lot of sense.
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Old 11-15-2008, 02:49 PM
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but, see, they're really rare, because the energy usually gets absorbed and/or evaporated. It's like a fossil, the conditions are really rare.

you find so much of them because the scientists can evolve pokemon, then trap the energy and compress it into a stone. That's why you can buy them in the goldenrod department store. :P
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Old 11-15-2008, 10:16 PM
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I think that the evolution stones are the remnants from ancient evolutions, and that leftover power is spilled on the ground, then i gets pressurized by the sediment that is being deposited and hardens into an evolution stone. but, it has to be an evolution of that type to get a certain evolution stone, for instance, a magby evolves into a magmar. Then, there is leftover evolution power on the ground, but you can't see it. then, a sandstorm comes, and buries the power niblets. Then, they harden into a fire stone over time. So, essentially, they are hardened or fossilized evolutionary energy. So, maybe they would give off some kind of ever-flowing evolutionary radiation, like dry ice gives off CO2. So, yes, they would.
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but, see, they're really rare, because the energy usually gets absorbed and/or evaporated. It's like a fossil, the conditions are really rare.

you find so much of them because the scientists can evolve pokemon, then trap the energy and compress it into a stone. That's why you can buy them in the goldenrod department store. :P
o_O Oh, you do have a point... I mean 2.

And it's not just in the Goldenrod Department Store; it's in every department store in the Pokemon world. No wonder these stones can also be found in the underground...

But what about the stones unavailable in the stores (eg. Moon Stone)?
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I think that the evolution stones are the remnants from ancient evolutions, and that leftover power is spilled on the ground, then i gets pressurized by the sediment that is being deposited and hardens into an evolution stone. but, it has to be an evolution of that type to get a certain evolution stone, for instance, a magby evolves into a magmar. Then, there is leftover evolution power on the ground, but you can't see it. then, a sandstorm comes, and buries the power niblets. Then, they harden into a fire stone over time. So, essentially, they are hardened or fossilized evolutionary energy. So, maybe they would give off some kind of ever-flowing evolutionary radiation, like dry ice gives off CO2. So, yes, they would.
wow, that made way too much sence... I suppose its possible seeing as its a rappid change (not like evolution these days how they say it takes hundreds or years or whatever) little power nuggets... lol, but i think they would have to merge with some other sorce to make them as powerful as they are... or stick together with other power nuggets to make one big one lol lol

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o_O Oh, you do have a point... I mean 2.

And it's not just in the Goldenrod Department Store; it's in every department store in the Pokemon world. No wonder these stones can also be found in the underground...

But what about the stones unavailable in the stores (eg. Moon Stone)?
its because moon stones are shards of asteroids or somthing... it was in the first series, clefairy and the moon stone... or somthing. so they fall to earth all radioactive and whatever ready for us to evolve pokemon :P thats why they are so rare.

also, asteroids from ancient times must have hit and been buiried underground for us to dig up! yays!
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I think that the evolution stones are the remnants from ancient evolutions, and that leftover power is spilled on the ground, then i gets pressurized by the sediment that is being deposited and hardens into an evolution stone. but, it has to be an evolution of that type to get a certain evolution stone, for instance, a magby evolves into a magmar. Then, there is leftover evolution power on the ground, but you can't see it. then, a sandstorm comes, and buries the power niblets. Then, they harden into a fire stone over time. So, essentially, they are hardened or fossilized evolutionary energy. So, maybe they would give off some kind of ever-flowing evolutionary radiation, like dry ice gives off CO2. So, yes, they would.
Err....CO2 is a gas not a type of radiation...
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Old 11-16-2008, 10:32 AM
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they cant be radioactive as if the poke got near to it then it would evolve but no the poke has to come in to contact with it!!
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they cant be radioactive as if the poke got near to it then it would evolve but no the poke has to come in to contact with it!!
maybe they have to physically touch it so the radiation can merge with their genes?
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Old 11-16-2008, 02:09 PM
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wow, that made way too much sence... I suppose its possible seeing as its a rappid change (not like evolution these days how they say it takes hundreds or years or whatever) little power nuggets... lol, but i think they would have to merge with some other sorce to make them as powerful as they are... or stick together with other power nuggets to make one big one lol lol



its because moon stones are shards of asteroids or somthing... it was in the first series, clefairy and the moon stone... or somthing. so they fall to earth all radioactive and whatever ready for us to evolve pokemon :P thats why they are so rare.

also, asteroids from ancient times must have hit and been buiried underground for us to dig up! yays!
You're a huge source of typo errors, I can tell. XD

How can Moon Stones not be as common as the others?!

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Err....CO2 is a gas not a type of radiation...
Oh, right, overlooked that. Maybe it was just an analogy...

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they cant be radioactive as if the poke got near to it then it would evolve but no the poke has to come in to contact with it!!
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maybe they have to physically touch it so the radiation can merge with their genes?
Oh, good point... Maybe the radiation is locked until a Pokemon maintains contact with the stone. So a mere glancing-off doesn't count.
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