Medicham’s Mega Stone (Medichamite) can be found on the fourth floor of the building in Mt. Pyre, a memorial site for Pokémon. You’ll find the Mega Stone in the top-right corner of the room, directly to the right side of the memorial monument.
You’ll also need a Pokémon that knows HM03 Surf since you’ll need to Surf on Route 122 to access Mt. Pyre.
Medichamite Location (Step-by-Step)
The building inside Mt. Pyre has four floors. Each floor contains various trainers ready to battle you.
On the third floor, there’s an exit that leads to the mountain’s summit. And on the fourth and final floor, Medicham’s Mega Stone will be in the top-right corner of the room.
Tip: The Medichamite is not like most Mega Stones in ORAS that require you to finish the Cave of Origin event first. That is not a requirement here, and you will only need to reach the fourth floor of Mt. Pyre to obtain the Medichamite.
If you’re all set to get started, fly over to Route 121 and we’ll guide you to Mt. Pyre from there.
Step 1: From the Route 121 sign, start following the path heading east.
Step 2: Turn and go down the stairs when you see them, and keep going south to use this route’s south exit onto water.
Step 3: Use HM03 Surf to go south on Route 122.
Step 4: Follow the path heading south, then wrap around going east until Mt. Pyre’s entrance is visible.
Step 5: Disembark at the cavern-shaped hole in the mountain to enter Mt. Pyre.
Step 6: Once inside, follow the hallway heading north, then walk toward the northwest side of the room.
Step 7: Climb the staircase here near the Hex Maniac to reach the second floor.
Step 8: On the second floor, make your way toward the right side of the room.
Step 9: Climb up another set of stairs to reach floor #3.
Step 10: In this room, there are two exits. The exit on the south hallway leads to the mountain’s summit outside, while the staircase on the left leads to the fourth floor of the building.
We want to reach the fourth floor, so make your way over to the left.
Step 11: Use the staircase located in the upper left side of this room to get to the building’s highest floor.
Step 12: On the fourth floor, make your way towards the northeast part of the room.
Step 13: In the top-right corner of the room, interact with the sparkling item directly beside the memorial monument to obtain the Medichamite.
Is Mega Medicham Good?
Mega Stones like the Medichamite are held items that allow certain Pokémon to Mega Evolve, granting them a massive boost to their base stats.
Most Mega Evolutions also change the Pokémon’s ability, which lasts until the battle concludes.
When Medicham Mega Evolves into Mega Medicham, it changes its ability to Pure Power, which doubles a Pokémon’s Attack stat.
But is this mega evolution worth using?
With its base Attack doubled, Mega Medicham is one of the strongest wallbreakers in the game. But it’s still fairly easy to take down, so it can be helpful in a regular ORAS playthrough, but perhaps not as useful in PvP.
STAB moves like High Jump Kick and Zen Headbutt are solid move choices for Mega Medicham. Though it does have problems taking care of bulkier Psychic-types.
And with just a decent base Speed of 100, there are still a lot of Pokémon that can outspeed it.
Thankfully, Mega Medicham can learn great priority moves in the form of Fake Out and Bullet Punch. So it’s up to you whether this heavy hitter could slot into your team.
But even after Mega Evolution, its low bulk makes Mega Medicham relatively easy to take out.