New Pokemon Go Instructions For Getting More Sinnoh Stones Revealed

New Pokemon Go Instructions For Getting More Sinnoh Stones Revealed

Happy Wednesday, “Pokemon Go” fans. We hope you guys had a great New Year. To get 2019 started off, we’ve got some pretty important tips to give you guys in this article. The folks over at have revealed a few useful tips for collecting more Sinnoh Stones!

They pointed out that the Sinnoh Stones are quite important because you need a good and steady supply of them in order to evolve the 4th Gen Pokemon that have started showing up all around the world as of November 2018.

The Sinnnoh Stones apparently can only be collected by completing specific activities. The Sinnoh Stones specifically evolve Pokemon from the Sinnoh Region. Currently, there are just two ways to get more Sinnoh Stones, and we’re about to tell you guys how to get them!

So, with no further ado, let’s get right into how you can get these coveted Sinnoh Stone and start evolving your 4th Gen Pokemon. The first way that has listed is to complete trainer battles (PVP). The second way is to complete a Research Breakthrough. They made sure to point out that these methods don’t guarantee you’ll get a Sinnoh Stone. But at the same time, they are the only ways to get them.

Completing a 7 day research task does give you a much higher chance of receiving a Sinnoh Stone with a Legendary. You have a smaller chance of getting a Sinnoh Stone by fighting in a PVP Trainer Battle. However, you can earn a Sinnoh Stone regardless of if you win or lose the PVP battle. also took the liberty of creating an entire list of 4th Gen Pokemon that you can currently evolve with the Sinnoh Stones. They are: Rhydon evolves to Rhyperior. Electrabuzz evolves to Electrivire. Magmar evolves to Magmortar. Porygon2 evolves to Porygon-Z. Togetic evolves to Togekiss. Murkrow evolves to Honchkrow. Misdreavus evolves to Mismagius. Gligar evolves to Gliscor. Sneasel evolves to Weaville. Roselia evolves to Roserade. Dusclops evolves to Dusknoir.

Alright guys. We hope that little Sinnoh Stone advice helps you on your continuing Pokemon paths. That’s going to wrap it up for this latest report, but definitely stay tuned for more. Be sure to follow us on our Pokemon Go Facebook page for more Pokemon Go Video Game news, tips and more by Clicking Here.

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