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Level Does Eevee Evolve

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Eevee is one of the most popular Pokemon throughout the series, and there's always a bit of mystery surrounding how to acquire its many different evolutions. There are eight different Eeveelutions in Pokemon Sword and Shield which can be caught or evolved in different ways. Here is how to catch and evolve Eevee in Pokemon Sword and Shield, which is one of the best Nintendo Switch games available, to fill out your collection. An easy place to find these stones is on a narrow strip of land on the other side of Lake of Outrage. However, you 'll need to be far enough in the game to be able to ride your bike over water. On this strip of land, you 'll find tall rings of stones. Each one has an element stone next to it. A great way to increase your Pokemon's friendliness in a hurry is by having it hold Soothe Bell. This is a special item that you get from a blonde - haired woman inside a house in Hammerlocke. The house is immediately on right once you enter the city. Additionally, another person in the same home can tell you what your Pokemon's friendship level currently is. You 'll find one of Eevee's evolutions if you go to the Lake of Outrage section of the Wild Area and head across the water to the ring of stones surrounding the den. New Eeveelution appear each day and one you 'll see depends on the weather. Flareon - Intense Sun Jolteon - Thunderstorms Vaporeon - Raining Leafeon - Normal weather, Glaceon - Snowing / Snowstorm Espeon - Overcast Umbreon - Sandstorm Sylveon - Heavy Fog

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Wild Capture

Table

Wild Eevee EvolutionWeather It Appears In
VaporeonRain
JolteonThunderstorm
FlareonHarsh sunlight
EspeonCloudy
UmbreonSandstorm
GlaceonSnow, blizzard
LeafeonClear
SylveonFog

The first thing were going to do is list the most updated chart on what is possible with Wild Eevee captures. This list includes minimum CP and Max CP available for Eevee given power level. The minimum CP of any given Eevee is 10, while the max CP is 969. Max CP Eevee is extremely rare. Eevee Wild Capture Stats: Max Wild Capture: 830 CP Global Spawn Rate: 2. 75% Capture Rate: 30% + Flee Rate: 10% Max Egg Hatch: 615 CP Egg Hatch Rate: 18% As such, there are just under 3 Eevee hiding in every 100 Pokemon that pop up around the world at any given moment. The rarity of Eevee in general is dictated by the region in which the user is standing. Eevee is not a region - specific Pokemon, so there is nowhere where Eevee CANT pop up, but itll be more common in places like Residential Neighborhoods and University Campuses.

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Eevee EvolutionHow To Evolve
VaporeonWater Stone
JolteonThunder Stone
FlareonFire Stone
EspeonLevel up during day when Friendship is high
UmbreonLevel up during night when Friendship is high
GlaceonIce Stone
LeafeonLeaf Stone
SylveonLevel up when Affection is high and it knows a Fairy-type move
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Is this Eevee worth evolving?

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Eevee EvolutionHow To Evolve
VaporeonWater Stone
JolteonThunder Stone
FlareonFire Stone
EspeonLevel up during day when Friendship is high
UmbreonLevel up during night when Friendship is high
GlaceonIce Stone
LeafeonLeaf Stone
SylveonLevel up when Affection is high and it knows a Fairy-type move

Depending on your level, wouldnt evolve that Eevee. To answer your question of best evolution, you have to look at your teams. If you do have any Eeveelutions, best 2 are undoubtedly Vaporeon and Espeon. Obviously, one fits the water type, other PSYCHIC. Whatever you have less of, I would evolve this into, just so you can get more favourable matchups more often. Honestly, none of Eeveelutions are that bad, except for Umbreon. Umbreon sucks, unless youre really desperate for DARK Type. All of Eeveelutions are outclassed by some margin. Which one is best depends on your accessibility to Pokemon that outclass Eevees. It GO like this: Kyogre > Gyarados > Vaporeon Raikou > Zapdos > Jolteon Moltres / Entei > Flareon Mewtwo > Alakazam / Espeon Tyranitar > Houndoom > Umbreon so best Eevee Evolution depends on what legendaries you have and HOW much rare candy you have. I would say that Espeon is best followed by Jolteon / Flareon with Vaporeon close behind. However, if you don't have Kyogre or Gyarados then you have a great need for Vaporeon. However, unless Eevees are rare for you, wait until you find a higher level one. Level 11 requires quite commitment to bring it up to usable levels. This is all true but. Outside of events, partial cloud is the most common weather type and Eevees with both much higher levels and usually better IVs are easy to come by. Consequently, they make good foundation teams that take no rare candy and often minimal dust to allow you to make meaningful contributions to many raids. Consequently, for upcoming raids. Flarion is followed by vape. With Espeon as notable good consistant mom Moltress and Entei will likely soon be displaced by heatran and hence not worth Rare Candy. And Flareon will be good against steel and ice vape against rock unless you are flush with Kyogre and maybe Gary Espeon is more servicable in its main role unless you have lots of charge tms to swap between shadowball and PSYCHIC, Jolteon is OK but will not SEE raid use again For some Time and will be superceeded by electrivire by Time it is use again. Upcoming Glaceon and Leafeon are likely to be servicable in their rolls with a really outstanding grass Pokemon due any time soon and mamoswine likely to be better but maybe less available than Eevee. I wouldn't evolve or power up any Eevee lower than level 20 - level 20. Or, for that matter, anything other than mass - evolve - and - transfer stuff like pidgies. You are not going to want to spend dust it takes to power them to where they are re useful. Save Name trick For when you have 90 +% lvl 20 + Eevee or 75% + lvl 31 ~35 one. I turn my best Eevees into espeons for soloing machamp - I 've got like 8 of them.

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Biology

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Eevee is a mammalian, quadruped pokemon with primarily brown fur. The tip of its bushy tail and its large furry collar are cream - color. It has short, slender legs with three small toes and a pink paw pad on each foot. Eevee has brown eyes, long pointed ears with a dark brown interior and a small black nose. Eevee is rarely Find in the wild and is mostly only Find in cities and towns. However, Eevee is said to have an irregularly shaped genetic structure that is easily influenced by its environment. This allows it to adapt to a variety of habitats by evolving. Eevee is the only known Pokemon capable of using the exclusive Z - Move Extreme Evoboost. In Pokemon: Let's GO, Eevee!, Player starts with a special Eevee Know As Partner Eevee. Partner Eevee has purple eyes and a lighter shade of fur. These design elements were likely taken from anime, which implemented similar traits starting in the Pokemon Series: Ruby and Sapphire. Partner Eevee has higher base stats and access to moves that normal Eevees do not. Partner Eevee is the only Pokemon capable of performing Bouncy Bubble, Buzzy Buzz, Sizzly Slide, Glitzy Glow, Baddy Bad, Sappy Seed, Freezy Frost, Sparkly Swirl, and Partner Power, Veevee Volley. Marking on the tip of female partner Eevee's tail is heart - shape. Before Pokemon Sword and Shield, this trait was unique and wasn't found on other female Eevee. In Pokemon Sword and Shield and later Pokemon GO updates, unique tail pattern is presented on all female Eevees as a true gender difference. As Gigantamax Eevee, it has become larger and more fluffy. Fur collar becomes longer with several triangular furs pointing straight up. Right ear has three red clouds surrounding it like a circle. Due to fur becoming fluffier and more luxurious, any enemies caught in it will lose the will to fight due to being enamor by its presence. Due to Gigantamaxing, Eevee becomes even more playful and rambunctious, desiring to play with its opponents and often unintentionally crushing them with its size. Gigantamax Eevee is the only known Pokemon capable of using the exclusive G - Max Move G - Max Cuddle.


Evolution

Gen 4's Leafeon and Glaceon have second Eevee Evolution method, by using Mossy Lure or Glacial Lure respectively. When you re in range of that PokeStop with Lure enable, GO to your Eevee and choose Evolution. Meanwhile, Gen 2's Umbreon and Espeon also have second Eevee Evolution method. Walk your Eevee as Buddy for 10km, then evolve it either during night or day and it 'll turn into desired evolution. Note you specifically need to walk 10k and earn two Candies in the process, then keep Eevee as your Buddy when evolving, and be either day or night during the game itself for it to work. Since naming trick only works once per Evolution type, this appears to be a useful way to get a second Espeon or Umbreon with some reliability.


Trivia

Eevee is the only core series Normal - type Starter Pokemon so far. Eevee is one of four Pokemon to have palindromic name: Eevee, Alomomola, Girafarig, and Ho - Oh. Eevee and Pikachu are only Starter Pokemon in canon RPG games that deviate from the usual Grass, Fire, and Water - typings. So far, Eevee is one of two to have three or more evolutions, and there is only Pokemon that has four or more. The only other Pokemon with more than two evolutions is Tyrogue. Eevee was the first Pokemon that had different evolution depending on time of day. Eevee is the only Pokemon to not share type with any of its evolutions in any form. In Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! And Let's Go, Eevee! And from Generation VII onward, Eevee uses its cry from anime. This makes Eevee the second Pokemon in core series games to do so, following Pikachu. Its name is palindrome, meaning its name is spelt the same backwards as it is forwards. Only three other Pokemon share the same trait: Ho - Oh, Girafarig, and Alomomola. Eevee, Poliwhirl and Gloom are only three Pokemon that can evolve into more than one Pokemon using multiple elemental stones. Eevees will bond with player characters in Pokemon Conquest. Eevee has the most evolutions of any Pokemon, with eight. Eevee is the Pokemon with most evolutions using elemental stones so far, being three from Generation I to Generation VII and in Generation VIII being five. In Eeveelution chain, all Pokemon evolving from Eevee have Eon at the end of their names. It was the first Pokemon to be able to evolve by happiness in night or day, leveling up near Mossy Rock or Ice Rock up to Generation VIII, and having 2 affection hearts in Pokemon - Amie and knowing Fairy - type move. Up to Generation VIII, Eevee is one of few Pokemon to evolve in certain location. Others are Magneton, Nosepass, Charjabug and Crabrawler. However, Eevee is only one of them that has more than one evolution. Similarly, Eevee is one of ten Pokemon that evolve upon knowing move. In this case, it need to know Fairy - type move. Despite requiring Fairy - type moves to evolve into Sylveon, only Fairy - type moves Eevee can learn are Baby - Doll Eyes and Charm through leveling up. Also in Pokemon Sun and Moon, once Eevee evolves into Sylveon, it can learn Fairy Wind. Eevee is so far the only Pokemon that didn't originally have gender difference but receive one in later Generation game. Up to Generation V, all generations include at least 2 versions where NPCs will give players Eevee. In Pokemon FireRed, Japanese Pokedex claims that Eevee has 3 evolutions while there are actually 5 in Generation III. The reason may be the lack of a time system in the game, which is necessary to evolve Eevee into Espeon or Umbreon.

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Game locations

Version(s)Area(s)Rarity
Red and BlueCeladon MansionOne
YellowCeladon MansionOne
Gold and SilverGift from Bill , Game Corner for 6666 coinsUnlimited
CrystalGift from BillOne
Ruby and SapphireTradeNone
FireRed and LeafGreenCeladon MansionOne
EmeraldTradeNone
Diamond and PearlGift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokedex , Trophy GardenOne (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
PlatinumGift from Bebe once the player character arrives in Hearthome City , Trophy GardenOne
HeartGold and SoulSilverGift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coinsOne, Unlimited
Black and WhiteTradeNone
Black 2 and White 2Castelia City , given by Amanita . Castelia Gardens, in the tall grass.One/Rare
X and YRoute 10 , Friend Safari ( Normal )Rare
Omega Ruby and Alpha SapphireRoute 116(Hidden)
Sun and MoonEgg ( Paniola Ranch ), Route 4 , Route 6One, Rare
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!Starter Pokemon ( Partner Eevee ), Route 17 (Eevee)Rare (Partner Eevee)
Sword and ShieldRoute 4 Max Raid Battle : Bridge Field , East Lake Axewell , Motostoke Riverbank , Rolling Fields Meetup Spot ( Gigantamax Eevee; Gift ) by talking to a boy if the player have save data of Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!Common
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In the anime

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Choosing Eevee Names For Evolution There is, in fact, way to force specific Pokemon to GO Eevee Evolution. The Eevee Brothers from the original anime were named Rainer, Pyro, Sparky and they own Vaporeon, Flareon and Jolteon respectively. If you name your Eevee either Rainer, Pyro or Sparky, your Eevee will evolve into that desired Eeveelution! You can evolve Eevee into Umbreon and Espeon by using the Night and Day Method as well. Eevee must have 10 KMs walk and 2 Candy collect as your Buddy. Eevee must be set as your current Buddy during Evolution. Evolving this Pokemon at Night - Time Will result in Umbreon DARK Evolution Evolving this Pokemon during Day - Time Will result in Espeon PSYCHIC Evolution Pokemon GO. Eevee is a Pokemon you should always catch since it can evolve into Fire Type Pokemon Flareon, Water Type Pokemon Vaporeon and even Electric Type Pokemon Jolteon. Water - Type Vaporeon is among the strongest Pokemon GO Eevee Evolutions in our Pokemon GO Tier List, Flareon, Jolteon, Espeon and Umbreon to name rest. Below we list Eevee Names needed to force specific Eevee Evolution.

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Game locations

Version(s)Area(s)Rarity
Red and BlueCeladon MansionOne
YellowCeladon MansionOne
Gold and SilverGift from Bill , Game Corner for 6666 coinsUnlimited
CrystalGift from BillOne
Ruby and SapphireTradeNone
FireRed and LeafGreenCeladon MansionOne
EmeraldTradeNone
Diamond and PearlGift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokedex , Trophy GardenOne (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
PlatinumGift from Bebe once the player character arrives in Hearthome City , Trophy GardenOne
HeartGold and SoulSilverGift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coinsOne, Unlimited
Black and WhiteTradeNone
Black 2 and White 2Castelia City , given by Amanita . Castelia Gardens, in the tall grass.One/Rare
X and YRoute 10 , Friend Safari ( Normal )Rare
Omega Ruby and Alpha SapphireRoute 116(Hidden)
Sun and MoonEgg ( Paniola Ranch ), Route 4 , Route 6One, Rare
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!Starter Pokemon ( Partner Eevee ), Route 17 (Eevee)Rare (Partner Eevee)
Sword and ShieldRoute 4 Max Raid Battle : Bridge Field , East Lake Axewell , Motostoke Riverbank , Rolling Fields Meetup Spot ( Gigantamax Eevee; Gift ) by talking to a boy if the player have save data of Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!Common
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In the manga

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Main article: Vee in Blame it on Eevee, Eevee was subject to experiments by Team Rocket, which attempted to merge Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres into single Pokemon. Experiments give Eevee the characteristic of being able to mutate into three of his evolved forms, namely Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon and revert, though he still requires the energies of Evolution Stone. Red eventually catches this Eevee as a prerequisite for challenging Erika and gives him the nickname of Vee. When he Evolve into Espeon, however, he loses his mutation ability and becomes unable to revert to his base form. Eevee appears in Kindest Tentacruel as one of Pokemon in Yellow's fantasy about Evolution via Evolution Stone. Eevee appears in Escape, under ownership of Karen during her childhood. It was one of the children captured by a Masked Man. It is presumed that this Eevee eventually evolves into her Umbreon, which she uses to fight Green. Sometimes off - panel prior to PS553, Y caught Eevee, which she named Veevee. When she uses herself in battle against Team Flare, she Evolve into Sylveon.

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Game locations

Version(s)Area(s)Rarity
Red and BlueCeladon MansionOne
YellowCeladon MansionOne
Gold and SilverGift from Bill , Game Corner for 6666 coinsUnlimited
CrystalGift from BillOne
Ruby and SapphireTradeNone
FireRed and LeafGreenCeladon MansionOne
EmeraldTradeNone
Diamond and PearlGift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokedex , Trophy GardenOne (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
PlatinumGift from Bebe once the player character arrives in Hearthome City , Trophy GardenOne
HeartGold and SoulSilverGift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coinsOne, Unlimited
Black and WhiteTradeNone
Black 2 and White 2Castelia City , given by Amanita . Castelia Gardens, in the tall grass.One/Rare
X and YRoute 10 , Friend Safari ( Normal )Rare
Omega Ruby and Alpha SapphireRoute 116(Hidden)
Sun and MoonEgg ( Paniola Ranch ), Route 4 , Route 6One, Rare
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!Starter Pokemon ( Partner Eevee ), Route 17 (Eevee)Rare (Partner Eevee)
Sword and ShieldRoute 4 Max Raid Battle : Bridge Field , East Lake Axewell , Motostoke Riverbank , Rolling Fields Meetup Spot ( Gigantamax Eevee; Gift ) by talking to a boy if the player have save data of Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!Common
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Other appearances

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Main articles: Mikey's Eevee, Virgil's Eevee, Ilima's Eevee, Sandy, and Risa's Eevee Eevee First appear in Battling Eevee Brothers. A little boy named Mikey was hiding Evolution Pokemon from his three older brothers because they wanted him to evolve it. However, when Mikey's Eevee single - handedly defeated Team Rocket, they were able to accept the fact that Mikey wanted to keep his Eevee just the way it is. Virgil had Eevee acting as helper to Team Eevee. Ilima own Eevee who prefers not to have it Evolve, just like Mikey's Eevee. It uses Charm on Team Skull's female members who accompany their male members that want to get revenge on Ilima, who unknowingly ruined their lives in their childhood past for being more popular than them, and uses its exclusive Z - Move Extreme Evoboost to summon all of its evolved forms, blasting off Team Skull from threatening Ilima and Pokemon School. Upbeat Eevee with closed bangs and messy hair, nickname Sandy, appears in the third season of Sun & Moon Series, debuting in First Where are You Going, Eevee? Short episode ties - in to Lillier and Staff!, And properly in we Know Where you re Going, Eevee!, In which Lana catches it with her Dive Ball then gives it a newer haircut. Lana's father was the first one to see Sandy when he was on his boat witnessing say Pokemon with his old friend Mantine. A female Eevee is set to appear in the Pokemon Journeys: Series. Risa's Eevee was Pokemon in the movie: Power of Us. Eevee was caught when he Battle Ash's Pikachu with Risa instructing him. Although Risa failed to catch him the first time she tried to, second time Risa was successful in catching Eevee. May received egg from Daycare Worker in May's Egg - Cellent Adventure. Egg hatch into Eevee in Time Warp Heals All Wounds, and Evolve into Glaceon before May met back Up with group in Full Course Tag Battle!. Serena caught Eevee in Frolicking Find in Flowers!. It later Evolve into Sylveon in Party Dancecapades!. Gary's Eevee debut in Rivalry Revival, defeating Ash's Pikachu. It Evolve into Umbreon some time before Power Play!. Sakura had Eevee in Trouble's Brewing. By Time Ash and co. Meet Up with Sakura again in Espeon, not include, her Eevee had Evolve into Espeon. Eevee first appeared in Battling Eevee Brothers. A little boy named Mikey was hiding Evolution Pokemon from his three older brothers because they wanted him to evolve it. However, when Mikey's Eevee single - handedly defeated Team Rocket, Sparky, Rainer, and Pyro were able to accept the fact that Mikey wanted to keep his Eevee just the way it is. Two Eevees appear in Last Call First Round!, Under ownership of Ursula. Both of them evolve during her performance, into Vaporeon and Flareon.


Trivia

With the exception of Jolteon, each Eeveelution is owned by a character who plays a large role in multiple episodes and isn't Gym Leader. Vaporeon: Ursula Flareon: Ursula Espeon: Sakura Umbreon: Gary Oak and Gladion Leafeon: Zoey Glaceon: May Sylveon: Serena Umbreon is the only Eeveelution who had a unique type combination at the time it was release, as it was only pure Dark type until Generation III introduced Poochyena, Mightyena, and Absol. Both of Generation IV Eeveelutions were owned by two of Dawn's rivals: Zoey owns Leafeon, while May owns Glaceon. Dawn's other rival, Ursula, owns two of three original Generation I Eeveelutions: Vaporeon and Flareon. Virgil owns every pre - Generation VI Eeveelution. No new Eeveelutions were revealed in Generation III, V, VII, or VIII. As a result, Generation I is the only odd - numbered Generation to feature any Eeveelutions. In contrast to this, Generation VIII is the only even - numbered Generation not to feature any Eeveelutions. Sylveon is the only Eeveelution to have been introduced without at least one other Eeveelution introduced in the same generation. Gold and Silver beta show that Umbreon was originally Poison - type, which explains why Pokedex mentions it secretes toxic liquid from its skin. All Eeveelutions have base stats that contain 60 65 65 95 110 and 130. Thus, all of Eeveelutions have a base stat of 525. So far, no Eeveelutions have their HP or their Special Defense as their lowest status All Eeveelutions are of singular type and none are of the same type as each other. In addition, there are no dual - type Eeveelutions. Currently, there are no Normal, Ghost, Fighting, Flying, Poison, Rock, Ground, Bug, Steel or Dragon - type Eeveelutions. Despite the term Eeveelution being a fan - make term, it has been used multiple times in official merchandise. It originally wasn't recognized by Nintendo or GameFreak, however, term made an appearance in Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, after its debut in the strategy guide for Pokemon Stadium 2. All Eeveelutions can use move of every type via level up, except for any Flying, Rock, Steel or Dragon - type moves. They also all learn moves Helping Hand, Tackle, Tail Whip, Sand Attack, Baby - Doll Eyes, Quick Attack and Last Resort at the same level, no matter what level they are. Vaporeon and Glaceon are the only Eeveelutions to share this type of TCG. None of the Eeveelutions have type that was physical before Generation IV. However, Fairy type was introduced later, in Generation VI.

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Game locations

Version(s)Area(s)Rarity
Red and BlueCeladon MansionOne
YellowCeladon MansionOne
Gold and SilverGift from Bill , Game Corner for 6666 coinsUnlimited
CrystalGift from BillOne
Ruby and SapphireTradeNone
FireRed and LeafGreenCeladon MansionOne
EmeraldTradeNone
Diamond and PearlGift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokedex , Trophy GardenOne (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
PlatinumGift from Bebe once the player character arrives in Hearthome City , Trophy GardenOne
HeartGold and SoulSilverGift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coinsOne, Unlimited
Black and WhiteTradeNone
Black 2 and White 2Castelia City , given by Amanita . Castelia Gardens, in the tall grass.One/Rare
X and YRoute 10 , Friend Safari ( Normal )Rare
Omega Ruby and Alpha SapphireRoute 116(Hidden)
Sun and MoonEgg ( Paniola Ranch ), Route 4 , Route 6One, Rare
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!Starter Pokemon ( Partner Eevee ), Route 17 (Eevee)Rare (Partner Eevee)
Sword and ShieldRoute 4 Max Raid Battle : Bridge Field , East Lake Axewell , Motostoke Riverbank , Rolling Fields Meetup Spot ( Gigantamax Eevee; Gift ) by talking to a boy if the player have save data of Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!Common

In events

GamesEventLanguage/RegionLocationLevelDistribution period
G S CGotta Catch 'Em All Station! Growth EeveeEnglishUnited States5February 21 to 27, 2003
D P PtPokemon Center EeveeJapaneseJapan10December 6, 2008 to January 12, 2009; March 6 to 19, 2009
HG SS2010 World Championships EeveeJapaneseJapan50January 11 to May 9, 2010
HG SSVideo Game Championships 2010 EeveeEnglishUnited States50May 8 to June 27, 2010
HG SSVideo Game Championships 2010 EeveeEnglishUnited Kingdom50May 29, 2010
HG SSVideo Game Championships 2010 EeveeGermanGermany50June 5, 2010
HG SSVideo Game Championships 2010 EeveeFrenchFrance50June 12, 2010
HG SSVideo Game Championships 2010 EeveeSpanishSpain50June 19, 2010
B W B2 W2Kiyo EeveeJapaneseJapan50July 13, 2013; July 14 to September 1, 2013
X Y OR ASPokemon Center Birthday EeveeAllJapan10October 12, 2013 to December 31, 2016
X Y OR ASPokemon Scrap EeveeJapanese regionOnline15March 1 to August 31, 2016
X Y OR ASKorean League EeveeAllSouth Korea15October 22 to 23, 2016
S MPokemon Center Birthday EeveeAllJapan10November 18, 2016 to ???

In-game events

GamesEventLanguageLevelDistribution period
R G B YGym Leader Castle EeveeJapanese25April 30, 1999 onwards
R B YGym Leader Castle EeveeEnglish25February 29, 2000 onwards
R B YGym Leader Castle EeveeFrench25April 7, 2000 onwards
R B YGym Leader Castle EeveeGerman25April 7, 2000 onwards
R B YGym Leader Castle EeveeItalian25April 7, 2000 onwards
R B YGym Leader Castle EeveeSpanish25April 7, 2000 onwards

TCG -only moves

MoveCard
AstonishLt. Surge's Eevee (Gym Challenge 51)
BounceEevee (Rising Rivals 59)
ScratchLt. Surge's Eevee (Gym Challenge 51)
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Game data

Eevee - Evolution Pokemon - is different to other Pokemon because, rather than evolving through stages, it has an irregularly shaped genetic structure. This means it responds to, and can adapt to, different environments and so - called elemental stones. Radiation from these stones causes them to evolve. It first appears in the episode Battling Eevee Brothers, during which four brothers, namely Sparky, Rainer, Pyro and Mikey, battle over evolving Mikey's Eevee. This is where names for Eevee evolutions in Pokemon Go originate from. In fact, across games and TV series, Eevee has evolved into eight different Pokemon. These include: Vaporeon when exposed to Water Stone, Jolteon by Thunder Stone, Flareon when exposed to Fire Stone, plus Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon and Sylveon. More information about its genetic structure and history in the franchise is available from Bulbapedia, excellent resource for all things Pokemon. Names of the game's leaders were also recently reveal. In order to catch em all, when Pokemon trainers reach level five, they are given an important choice to make: picking between team Valor, Mystic or Instinct. Joining a team not only gives players allegiance but allows them to battle in Pokemon gyms that are scattered throughout the augmented reality game. The Leading Valor is Candela; Mystic is headed up by Blanche; and Instinct players are following Spark.

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Trivia

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Some of the most famous, beloved, and treasured Pokemon in series history are members of the Eevee evolutionary family, often referred to as Eeveelutions. With nine members, including Eevee itself, this branched Evolution tree has featured prominently in games, movies, anime, trading card game, manga, toy,s and much, much more. With such a long and storied history, Eeveelutions are the subject of a lot of trivia and lore. There might even be quite a few things that many superfans don't even know about them, considering their roles in Series have been so prolific. Here are some things about Eeveelutions that you might not know.


Evolution

Eevees can evolve into one of eight different forms with different types. These forms include: jolteon by use of Thunder Stone; Flareon by use of Fire Stone; Vaporeon by use of Water Stone; Espeon when level up with high friendship during day; Umbreon when level up with high friendship during night; Leafeon when levelled up in Eterna Forest, Pinwheel Forest, Route 20 in Kalos, Petalburg Woods, Lush Jungle or wherever there is Mossy Rock in Generation IV to Generation VII, in Generation VIII Leafeon evolves by use of Leaf Stone; Glaceon when level up on Route 217, Twist Mountain, Frost Cavern, Shoal Cave, Mount Lanakila or wherever there is Ice Rock in Generation IV to Generation VII, in Generation VIII Glaceon evolves by use of Ice Stone; Sylveon by knowing Fairy - type move, while leveling up and playing with Eevee through Pokemon - Amie or Pokemon Refresh and earning at least two Affection hearts.


In the anime

In May's Egg - Cellent Adventure, May received an egg from a Day - Care Couple. That Egg hatches into Eevee in Time Warp and Heals All Wounds. Eevee eventually evolved into Glaceon before May met Back Up with a group in Full Course Tag Battle!. Serena catches Eevee in Frolicking Find in Flowers!. She later evolved into Sylveon in Party Dancecapades!. Wild Eevee first appeared in a series of shorts titled Where Are You Going, Eevee?. The first episode debuted after Lillier and Staff!. It made its main series debut in We Know Where you re Going, Eevee!, Where it was caught by Lana and given the nickname Sandy. In Rivalry Revival, Gary has Eevee, who defeats Ash's Pikachu in Battle. It evolved into Umbreon sometime before Power Play!. Sakura own Eevee in Trouble's Brewing. By time Ash and his friends meet up with Sakura again in Espeon, not include, her Eevee had evolved into Espeon. Gladion's Eevee appears in a flashback in Glaring Rivalry!. In present Day, it has evolved into Umbreon. In Battling Eevee Brothers, Mikey was hiding his Eevee from his three older brothers because they wanted him to evolve it just like they do to their own Eevee. However, when Mikey's Eevee single - handedly defeats Team Rocket, Sparky, Rainer, and Pyro accept the fact that Mikey wants to keep his Eevee just the way it is. In Last Call First Round!, Ursula evolve two Eevee into Flareon and Vaporeon for the Performance Stage of Sinnoh Grand Festival. Starting in Team Eevee and Pokemon Rescue Squad!, Virgil's female Eevee leads a team that includes all of its evolutions at Time. The Flashback features a male Eevee who would evolve into his Umbreon after getting lost with Virgil in the Forest and spending night there. In Eevee & Friends, playful and friendly Eevee was seen alongside its evolutions, including the newly introduced Sylveon. In Mystery on Deserted Island!, Three Eevees befriend Ash, his friends, Alexa, and their Pokemon after Pikachu Rescues them from Nidoking. They eventually evolve into Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon. In a flashback in Bonnie for Defense!, Eevee was taken away from Heidi, Kye, and Jay by their teacher, who told them they were too young to have Pokemon. This causes them to develop strong distrust of adults. Eventually, they learn that Eevee was returned to its true owner after being delivered to Nurse Joy. In Turning Heads and Training Hard!, Ilima's Eevee helped him earn Eevium Z, which was eventually crucial to the defeat of Team Skull. It has since made further appearances in Pokemon Series: Sun & Moon. In Power of Us, Ash helps Risa catch her Eevee, which her ill brother Rick had requested she get. In Pikachu's Vacation, Eevee was at Pokemon Theme Park. In Power of One, Eevee senses a disturbance caused by Lawrence III.

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Game locations

Version(s)Area(s)Rarity
Red and BlueCeladon MansionOne
YellowCeladon MansionOne
Gold and SilverGift from Bill , Game Corner for 6666 coinsUnlimited
CrystalGift from BillOne
Ruby and SapphireTradeNone
FireRed and LeafGreenCeladon MansionOne
EmeraldTradeNone
Diamond and PearlGift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokedex , Trophy GardenOne (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
PlatinumGift from Bebe once the player character arrives in Hearthome City , Trophy GardenOne
HeartGold and SoulSilverGift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coinsOne, Unlimited
Black and WhiteTradeNone
Black 2 and White 2Castelia City , given by Amanita . Castelia Gardens, in the tall grass.One/Rare
X and YRoute 10 , Friend Safari ( Normal )Rare
Omega Ruby and Alpha SapphireRoute 116(Hidden)
Sun and MoonEgg ( Paniola Ranch ), Route 4 , Route 6One, Rare
Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!Starter Pokemon ( Partner Eevee ), Route 17 (Eevee)Rare (Partner Eevee)
Sword and ShieldRoute 4 Max Raid Battle : Bridge Field , East Lake Axewell , Motostoke Riverbank , Rolling Fields Meetup Spot ( Gigantamax Eevee; Gift ) by talking to a boy if the player have save data of Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!Common
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Everything Eevee Eeveelution

Well, when looking at Pokemon on any website, smaller value of Pokemon's base price faster it would be to get that Pokemon to lvl100. Since Eevee's growth rate is much less than either Eeveelution, it is much more beneficial to train Eevee to as high of level as necessary, before you Evolve it to your preferred choice. After Evolve, you can use relearn Eeveelution's New moves from Move Relearner / Reminder. But, different Eeveelutions should evolve at different times. As for all these Pokemon, after Evolve, you can relearn your preferred moves for your Eeveelution from Move Relearner. If you do, however, need to Evolve early for gym, definitely do that - it shouldn't be that much of bigger difference to get Eeveelution to lvl100 in comparison to Eevee. If you do have Rare Candies, definitely utilize them for Eeveelutions who need to level Up for Evolution,. That way, you can ensure everything is right, and evolve it right away.

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Sources

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