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Eevee

Evolution Pokémon

イーブイ

Eievui

#133

Eevee

No Image for Eevees

Partner Eevee

Images on the PIA Archives
Type
Normal
Abilities
Run Away or Adaptability Anticipation

Hidden Ability

Gender ratio
87.5% male, 12.5% female
Catch rate
45 (11.9%)
Breeding
Egg Group
Field
Hatch time
8995 - 9251 steps
Height
1'00" 0.3 m
Weight
14.3 lbs. 6.5 kg
Base experience yield
92

Gen. I-IV

65

V+

Leveling rate
Medium Fast
EV yield
Total: 1
0

HP

0

Atk

0

Def

0

Sp.Atk

1

Sp.Def

0

Speed

Body style
Footprint
Pokédex color
Brown
Base friendship
70
External Links
  • On Smogon Pokédex:
    • Generation I
    • Generation II
    • Generation III
    • Generation IV
    • Generation V
    • Generation VI
    • Generation VII
  • Artwork on Bulbagarden Archives

Eevee (Japanese: イーブイ Eievui) is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I.

It evolves into one of eight different Pokémon through various methods:

  • Eevee evolves into Vaporeon when exposed to a Water Stone.
  • Eevee evolves into Jolteon when exposed to a Thunder Stone.
  • Eevee evolves into Flareon when exposed to a Fire Stone.
  • Eevee evolves into Espeon when leveled up with high friendship, outside of areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock, under one of the following conditions:
    • during the daytime, including morning (from Generation II onward, except in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen); or
    • with a Sun Shard in the Bag (in Pokémon XD).
  • Eevee evolves into Umbreon when leveled up with high friendship, outside of areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock, under one of the following conditions:
    • during the nighttime (from Generation II onward, except in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen); or
    • with a Moon Shard in the Bag (in Pokémon XD).
  • Eevee evolves into Leafeon when leveled up near a Moss Rock (from Generation IV onward, except in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver).
  • Eevee evolves into Glaceon when leveled up near an Ice Rock (from Generation IV onward, except in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver).
  • Eevee evolves into Sylveon when leveled up with a Fairy-type move and two levels of Affection (from Generation VI onward), outside of areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock.

Eevee is the game mascot and starter Pokémon in Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!, as well as for the main characters of Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness and Pokémon Conquest. It is also the rival's starter Pokémon in Pokémon Yellow, although Professor Oak originally intended to give it to the player.

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Biology Edit

Eevee is a mammalian, quadruped Pokémon with primarily brown fur. The tip of its bushy tail and its large furry collar are cream-colored. 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 dark brown interiors, and a small black nose. Eevee is rarely found in the wild and is mostly only found 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 Pokémon capable of using the exclusive Z-Move Extreme Evoboost.

In Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!, the player starts with a special Eevee known as a Partner Eevee. The Partner Eevee has purple eyes and a lighter shade of fur. These design elements likely taken from the anime, which implemented similar traits starting in the Advanced Generation series. The marking on the tip of a female Partner Eevee is heart-shaped. This trait is unique and is not found on other female Eevee. Partner Eevee has higher base stats and access to moves that normal Eevee do not. Partner Eevee is the only Pokémon capable of performing Bouncy Bubble, Buzzy Buzz, Sizzly Slide, Glitzy Glow, Baddy Bad, Sappy Seed, Freezy Frost, Sparkly Swirl, and the Partner Power, Veevee Volley.

In the anime Edit

In the main series Edit

Eevee in the anime

Eevee Egg in the anime

Major appearances Edit

May's Eevee Edit

May received an Egg from a Day-Care Couple in May's Egg-Cellent Adventure. That Egg hatched into an Eevee in Time Warp Heals All Wounds. Eevee eventually evolved into Glaceon before May met back up with the group in A Full Course Tag Battle!.

Serena's Eevee Edit

Serena caught an Eevee in A Frolicking Find in the Flowers!. She later evolved into a Sylveon in Party Dancecapades!.

Sandy Edit

A wild Eevee first appeared in a series of shorts titled Where Are You Going, Eevee?. The first episode debuted after Lillier and the 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.

Gary's Eevee Edit

Gary's Eevee debuted in The Rivalry Revival, where it defeated Ash's Pikachu in battle. It evolved into an Umbreon sometime before Power Play!.

Sakura's Eevee Edit

Sakura owned an Eevee in Trouble's Brewing. By the time Ash and his friends met up with Sakura again in Espeon, Not Included, her Eevee had evolved into an Espeon.

Gladion's Eevee Edit

Gladion's Eevee appeared in a flashback in A Glaring Rivalry!. In the present day, it has evolved into an Umbreon.

Other Edit

Eevee debuted in The Battling Eevee Brothers, under the ownership of Mikey. He was hiding it from his three older brothers because they wanted him to evolve it just like they did to their own Eevee. However, when Mikey's Eevee single-handedly defeated Team Rocket, Sparky, Rainer, and Pyro accepted the fact that Mikey wanted to keep his Eevee just the way it is.

Two Eevee appeared in Last Call — First Round!, under the ownership of Ursula. They evolved into a Vaporeon and a Flareon, respectively, during her performance.

A female Eevee, along with all of her evolutions at the time, debuted in Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad!, under the ownership of Virgil, who was mentioned to raise many Eevee that all eventually evolved. She was often seen outside of her Poké Ball.

An Eevee appeared in Eevee & Friends alongside its evolutions, including the newly introduced Sylveon. It had a playful and friendly personality.

Three Eevee appeared in Mystery on a Deserted Island!, where they befriended Ash, his friends, Alexa, and their Pokémon after Pikachu rescued them from a Nidoking. They eventually evolved into Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon.

An Eevee debuted in Turning Heads and Training Hard!, under the ownership of Ilima. It helped its Trainer earn the Eevium Z, which was eventually crucial to the defeat of Team Skull. It has since made further appearances in the Sun & Moon series, where it was often seen outside of its Poké Ball.

An Eevee appeared in The Power of Us, under the ownership of Risa.

Minor appearances Edit

An Eevee appeared in Pikachu's Vacation as one of the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Theme Park.

An Eevee appeared in The Power of One.

A wild Eevee appeared in Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.

An Eevee briefly appeared in Hour of the Houndour.

An Eevee appeared in a fantasy in the Fortune Teller book in The Fortune Hunters.

An Eevee appeared in Will the Real Oak Please Stand Up?, under the ownership of a child.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in You're a Star, Larvitar!.

An Eevee appeared in Gary's demonstration in Johto Photo Finish, where it evolved into its five Eeveelutions at the time.

An Eevee appeared in Brock's demonstration in A Bite to Remember, where it evolved into its five Eeveelutions at the time.

An Eevee appeared in Gonna Rule The School!, under the ownership of the Pokémon Trainers' School. It was temporarily loaned to one of the school's underage students for use.

Multiple Eevee appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.

A Coordinator's Eevee appeared in Hi Ho Silver Wind!.

An Eevee made a small cameo appearance in the opening sequence of Giratina and the Sky Warrior together with its seven Eeveelutions at the time.

An Eevee appeared in A Rivalry to Gible On!.

A male Eevee appeared in a flashback in Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad!, under the ownership of Virgil. He was revealed to have evolved into Virgil's Umbreon after getting lost with him in a forest and spending a night there.

An Eevee appeared in Genesect and the Legend Awakened.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in A Battle of Aerial Mobility!.

An Eevee appeared in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction as a resident of Allearth Forest.

An Eevee appeared in a flashback in Bonnie for the Defense!, where it was taken away from Heidi, Kye, and Jay by their teacher, who told them they were too young to have a Pokémon. This caused them to harbor a strong distrust of adults, but they later learned that it had been taken back to its true owner after being delivered to Nurse Joy.

An Eevee appeared during the Mega Audino journal in A Race for Home!.

An Eevee appeared as an image in A Performance Pop Quiz!.

Two Trainers' Eevee appeared in Alola to New Adventure!.

A student's Eevee appeared in The Guardian's Challenge!. It appeared again in the banned episode SM064.

Five Trainers' Eevee appeared in A Shocking Grocery Run!.

Three Trainers' Eevee appeared in Crystal-Clear Sleuthing!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in One Journey Ends, Another Begins....

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Getting the Band Back Together!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in A Glaring Rivalry!. It reappeared in a flashback in A Masked Warning!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in I Choose You!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Alola, Kanto!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Faba's Revenge!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in the banned episode SM064.

An Eevee appeared in Turning Heads and Training Hard!, under the ownership of Kagetora. It was defeated in a battle by Ilima and his own Eevee.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Twirling with a Bang!.

Two Trainers' Eevee appeared in A Young Royal Flame Ignites!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Dummy, You Shrunk the Kids!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Securing the Future!, where it joined the rest of Alola in showering Necrozma with light so it could return to its true form.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Turning the Other Mask!.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!.

Four Eevee appeared in Drawn with the Wind!, where they were seen at Malie Garden.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in SM128.

A Trainer's Eevee appeared in SM135, where they were seen near Team Rocket's food truck.

Pokédex entries Edit

Episode Pokémon Source Entry EP040 Eevee Ash's Pokédex Eevee, the Evolution Pokémon. It has the potential to evolve into any one of three different Pokémon.
EP040 Eevee's evolution Ash's Pokédex Eevee evolves into one of three Pokémon, depending on what stone is used on it:

Using a Fire Stone will yield Flareon, the Flame Pokémon. A Water Stone yields Vaporeon, the Bubble Jet Pokémon. A Thunder Stone yields Jolteon, the Lightning Pokémon.

This concludes the entries from the original series.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry DP174 Eevee Dawn's Pokédex Eevee, the Evolution Pokémon. Eevee is a unique Pokémon that can adapt to its environment by changing its form and abilities when evolving.
This concludes the entries from the Diamond & Pearl series.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry BW102 Eevee Ash's Pokédex Eevee, the Evolution Pokémon. Depending on circumstances, Eevee can evolve into many forms.
This concludes the entries from the Best Wishes series.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry XY089 Eevee Serena's Pokédex Eevee, the Evolution Pokémon. Eevee is rarely seen, and can adapt to severe habitats by evolving, changing its capabilities and form.
This concludes the entries from the XY series.
Episode Pokémon Source Entry SM065 Eevee Rotom Pokédex Eevee, the Evolution Pokémon. A Normal type. Eevee can evolve into many different Pokémon.
This concludes the entries from the Sun & Moon series.

In Pokémon Origins Edit

Eevee in Pokémon Origins

An Eevee appeared in File 1: Red with Professor Oak.

In the manga Edit

Eevee in Pokémon Adventures

In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga Edit

Like in the anime, Mikey owns an Eevee in The Electric Tale of Pikachu. Mikey and his Eevee appear in the chapter To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That is the Question!.

In the Magical Pokémon Journey manga Edit

Main article: Coconut's Eevee
Main article: Lu

An Eevee is owned by Coconut in Magical Pokémon Journey. This Eevee is a smart Pokémon who is very loyal to Coconut.

Later, another Eevee named Lu appears. Coconut's Eevee falls in love with Lu, who confesses her own love to Eevee before moving away.

In the Pokémon Adventures manga Edit

Main article: Vee

In Blame it on Eevee, an Eevee is seen as a Pokémon experimented on by Team Rocket, in their tests to attempt merging Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres into a single Pokémon. The experiments gave 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 an evolutionary stone. Red eventually catches this Eevee as a prerequisite for challenging Erika and gave him the nickname of Vee. When he evolved into Espeon, however, he lost his mutation ability and became unable to revert to his base form.

An Eevee appeared in The Kindest Tentacruel as one of the Pokémon in Yellow's fantasy about evolution via evolutionary stone.

An Eevee appeared in The Escape, under the ownership of Karen during her childhood. It was one of the children captured by the Masked Man. It is presumed that this Eevee eventually evolves into her Umbreon, which she used to fight Green.

Sometime off-panel during the X & Y chapter, Y caught an Eevee, which she named Veevee. When she used her in a battle against Team Flare, she evolved into a Sylveon.

Pokédex entries Edit

Manga Chapter Entry Pokémon Adventures PS028

PS055
PS059

A rare Pokémon with an irregular genetic code. Able to evolve into any of three highly distinct, advanced forms.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga Edit

An Eevee is seen with Red during the curry cooking competition that went on in Curry Showdown! Which is the Most Delicious?.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga Edit

Mitsumi has an Eevee as seen in Clash! Hareta vs. Mitsumi!!.

In the TCG Edit

Main article: Eevee (TCG)

As in the games and anime, Eevee is notable in the TCG for being able to evolve into the most differently-named Pokémon cards, with its eight normal evolutions, as well as Dark forms of the Generation I evolutions and Espeon, and Light forms of the Generation I evolutions.

In the TFG Edit

One Eevee figure has been released.

  • Next Quest: Eevee

Other appearances Edit

Eevee in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U

Super Smash Bros. Melee Edit

Eevee only appears as a random trophy.

Trophy information Edit

As adaptable a Pokémon as any yet discovered, Eevee's evolutionary progress changes to meet the conditions of its environment. So far, five evolutionary forms have been discovered and then catalogued for this unique Pokémon; Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, and Umbreon. All evolutions have special benefits.

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U Edit

Eevee appears as a Poké Ball Pokémon. It uses Take Down to hit opponents.

Trophy information Edit

NAThis Normal-type Pokémon is as adaptable to evolution as they come, with eight evolutions discovered thus far. If you pair that potential with its adorable features, it's no wonder Eevee is so popular! In Smash Bros., Eevee will attack a nearby opponent with Take Down. Sadly, this attack isn't incredibly powerful.

PALThis adorable Normal-type Pokémon's ability to evolve in so many different ways makes it a popular choice with trainers. When brought out in battle, Eevee uses Take Down on the first opponent it sees, but...it's not very effective. Never mind. Eevee may not be the toughest Pokémon, but it'll always be one of the cutest.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Edit

Eevee returns as a Poké Ball Pokémon. It uses Take Down to attack foes, moving from left to right and vice-versa up to five times. It also appears as a Spirit.

Detective Pikachu Edit

An Eevee briefly appeared in Detective Pikachu, under the ownership of Howard Clifford. It evolved into a Flareon.

Game data Edit

NPC appearances Edit

  • Pokémon Stadium 2: Eevee stars in the mini-game "Eager Eevee".

Pokédex entries Edit

Generation I Kanto

#133

Red Its genetic code is irregular. It may mutate if it is exposed to radiation from element Stones.
Blue
Yellow Its genetic code is unstable, so it could evolve in a variety of ways. There are only a few alive.
Stadium Its genetic code is irregular. It evolves into three kinds of Pokémon when exposed to the radiation of elemental stones.
Generation II Johto

#180

Gold It has the ability to alter the composition of its body to suit its surrounding environment.
Silver Its irregularly configured DNA is affected by its surroundings. It evolves if its environment changes.
Crystal Its ability to evolve into many forms allows it to adapt smoothly and perfectly to any environment.
Stadium 2 It has the ability to alter the composition of its body to suit its surrounding environment.
Generation III Hoenn

#—

Kanto

#133

Ruby Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to the environment in which it lives. Radiation from various stones causes this Pokémon to evolve.
Sapphire
Emerald An Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to its environment. Radiation from various stones causes this Pokémon to evolve.
FireRed An extremely rare Pokémon that may evolve in a number of different ways depending on stimuli.
LeafGreen Its genetic code is irregular. It may mutate if it is exposed to radiation from element stones.
Generation IV Sinnoh

Pt: #163

Johto

#184

Diamond A rare Pokémon that adapts to harsh environments by taking on different evolutionary forms.
Pearl
Platinum Because its genetic makeup is irregular, it quickly changes its form due to a variety of causes.
HeartGold It has the ability to alter the composition of its body to suit its surrounding environment.
SoulSilver Its irregularly configured DNA is affected by its surroundings. It evolves if its environment changes.
Generation V Unova

B2W2: #091

Black Because its genetic makeup is irregular, it quickly changes its form due to a variety of causes.
White
Black 2 Thanks to its unstable genetic makeup, this special Pokémon conceals many different possible evolutions.
White 2
Generation VI Kalos

Coastal #077

Hoenn

#—

X A rare Pokémon that adapts to harsh environments by taking on different evolutionary forms.
Y Thanks to its unstable genetic makeup, this special Pokémon conceals many different possible evolutions.
Omega Ruby Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to the environment in which it lives. Radiation from various stones causes this Pokémon to evolve.
Alpha Sapphire
Generation VII Alola

SM: #123

Alola

USUM: #153

Kanto

#133

Sun Possessing an unbalanced and unstable genetic makeup, it conceals many possible evolutions.
Moon Current studies show it can evolve into an incredible eight different species of Pokémon.
Ultra Sun The question of why only Eevee has such unstable genes has still not been solved.
Ultra Moon Its genes are easily influenced by its surroundings. Even its face starts to look like that of its Trainer.
Let's Go Pikachu It can evolve into a variety of forms. Eevee's genes are the key to solving the mysteries of Pokémon evolution.
Let's Go Eevee


Game locations Edit

Generation I
Red Blue
Received from a person in Celadon Mansion
Blue (Japan)
Received from a person in Celadon Mansion
Yellow
Received from a person in Celadon Mansion
Generation II
Gold Silver
Received from Bill in Goldenrod City

Celadon Game Corner

Crystal
Received from Bill in Goldenrod City
Generation III
Ruby Sapphire
Trade
Emerald
Trade
FireRed LeafGreen
Received from a person in Celadon Mansion
Colosseum
Trade
XD
Starter Pokémon
Generation IV
Diamond Pearl
Received from Bebe in Hearthome City*

Trophy Garden*

Platinum
Received from Bebe in Hearthome City

Trophy Garden*

HeartGold SoulSilver
Received from Bill in Goldenrod City

Celadon Game Corner

Pal Park
Field
Pokéwalker
Sightseeing
Generation V
Black White
Trade, Event
Black 2 White 2
Castelia City

Received from Amanita in Castelia City*

Dream World
Pokémon Café Forest, Dream Park
Generation VI
X Y
Route 10, Friend Safari (Normal)

Trade a Pokémon in a hotel in Camphrier Town, Ambrette Town, Cyllage City, Geosenge Town, Coumarine City, or Couriway Town

Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
Route 116 (hidden Pokémon*)
Generation VII
Sun Moon
Hatch Egg received at the Pokémon Nursery in Paniola Ranch

Routes 4 and 6

Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
Hatch Egg received at the Pokémon Nursery in Paniola Ranch

Routes 4 and 6

Let's Go Pikachu
Route 17
Let's Go Eevee
Route 17 (Eevee)

Starter Pokémon from Professor Oak in Pallet Town (Partner Eevee)


In side games Edit

Generation I
Snap
Beach
Pinball
Celadon City
Stadium
Gym Leader Castle
Generation II
This Pokémon is unavailable in Generation II side games.
Generation III
Channel
Springleaf Field
Trozei!
Endless Level 13, Endless Level 31, Forever Level 13, Mr. Who's Den
MD Red MD Blue
Starter Pokémon, Joyous Tower (12F-17F)
Generation IV
MD Time MD Darkness
Mystifying Forest (1F-13F), Mystery Jungle (1F-29F)
MD Sky
Starter Pokémon, Partner Pokémon, Mystifying Forest (1F-13F), Mystery Jungle (1F-29F)
Ranger: SoA
Pueltown
Ranch
Hayley's trades
Rumble
Silent Forest (Advanced Mode S), Rocky Cave (Advanced Mode C & S), Fiery Furnace (Both Modes S, Normal Mode C), Bright Beach (Both Modes C & S), Eternal Tower (Both Modes C & S)
MD Blazing
Starter Pokémon
PokéPark Wii
Granite Zone, Meeting Place*
Ranger: GS
Old Mansion, Fire Temple
Generation V
Rumble Blast
Cave: Rugged Flats
Conquest
Starter Pokémon, any kingdom with a Park (when the Hero/Heroine is in the army), Passwords
MD GTI
Moonlit Forest (Uncharted Road), Rusty Mountain (Uncharted Road, Gilded Hall), Jaws of the Abyss (Gilded Hall), Smoking Mountain (Gilded Hall)
Rumble U
Aquatic Hill: The Colorful Park

NFC Figurine

Generation VI
Battle Trozei
Colossal Forest: Stage 6
Shuffle
Puerto Blanco: Stage 5

Blau Salon: Stage 416

Rumble World
Origin Hideaway: Old-Growth Woods (All Areas), Legend Terrain: Bastion of Beginnings (Special)
Picross
Area 14: Stage 03


In events Edit

Games Event Language/Region Location Level Distribution period GSC Gotta Catch 'Em All Station! Growth Eevee English United States 5 February 21 to 27, 2003
DPPt Pokémon Center Eevee Japanese Japan 10 December 6, 2008 to January 12, 2009;

March 6 to 19, 2009

HGSS 2010 World Championships Eevee Japanese Japan 50 January 11 to May 9, 2010
HGSS Video Game Championships 2010 Eevee English United States 50 May 8 to June 27, 2010
HGSS Video Game Championships 2010 Eevee English United Kingdom 50 May 29, 2010
HGSS Video Game Championships 2010 Eevee German Germany 50 June 5, 2010
HGSS Video Game Championships 2010 Eevee French France 50 June 12, 2010
HGSS Video Game Championships 2010 Eevee Spanish Spain 50 June 19, 2010
BWB2W2 Kiyo Eevee Japanese Japan 50 July 13, 2013;

July 14 to September 1, 2013

XYORAS Pokémon Center Birthday Eevee All Japan 10 October 12, 2013 to December 31, 2016
XYORAS Pokémon Scrap Eevee Japanese region Online 15 March 1 to August 31, 2016
XYORAS Korean League Eevee All South Korea 15 October 22 to 23, 2016
SM Pokémon Center Birthday Eevee All Japan 10 November 18, 2016 to ???
P Pokémon Festa 2019 Shiny Eevee Korean region Online 10 May 1 to 31, 2019
P Pokémon Pass Shiny Eevee American region Online 10 May 11 to June 23, 2019
In-game events Edit
Games Event Language Level Distribution period RGBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee Japanese 25 April 30, 1999 onwards
RBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee English 25 February 29, 2000 onwards
RBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee French 25 April 7, 2000 onwards
RBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee German 25 April 7, 2000 onwards
RBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee Italian 25 April 7, 2000 onwards
RBY Gym Leader Castle Eevee Spanish 25 April 7, 2000 onwards

Held items Edit

Game Held Item(s)
Red* Blue* Bitter Berry (100%)
Yellow*
Stadium* Normal Box (100%)* Gorgeous Box (100%)*
Ranch Haban Berry (100%)
Events* Focus Sash (100%) Silk Scarf (100%)

Stats Edit

Base stats Edit

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100

HP:

55

115 - 162 220 - 314

Attack:

55

54 - 117 103 - 229

Defense:

50

49 - 112 94 - 218

Sp. Atk:

45

45 - 106 85 - 207

Sp. Def:

65

63 - 128 121 - 251

Speed:

55

54 - 117 103 - 229

Total:

325

Other Pokémon with this total
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.
  • This Pokémon's Special base stat in Generation I was 65.


Partner Eevee Edit
Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100

HP:

65

125 - 172 240 - 334

Attack:

75

72 - 139 139 - 273

Defense:

70

67 - 134 130 - 262

Sp. Atk:

65

63 - 128 121 - 251

Sp. Def:

85

81 - 150 157 - 295

Speed:

75

72 - 139 139 - 273

Total:

435

Other Pokémon with this total
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.


  • Due to how stats are calculated differently in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! compared to the other core series games, maximum stats are not reflected on the table above.

Pokéathlon stats Edit

Speed
2/4 ★★☆☆
Power
2/4 ★★☆☆
Skill
2/4 ★★☆☆
Stamina
2/4 ★★☆☆
Jump
2/3 ★★☆
Total
10/19 ★★☆


Type effectiveness Edit

Under normal battle conditions in Generation VII, this Pokémon is:
Damaged

normally by:

Weak to:
Immune to:
Resistant to:
Notes:
  • If this Pokémon is given a Ring Target, the effectiveness of  Ghost-type  moves is 1×.

Learnset Edit

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! Edit

By leveling up Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI
 Level   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 1 Tackle Normal Physical 40 100% 35
1 Growl Normal Status 100% 40
3 Tail Whip Normal Status 100% 30
6 Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100% 30
10 Double Kick Fighting Physical 30 100% 30
14 Sand Attack Ground Status 100% 15
17 Bite Dark Physical 60 100% 25
21 Swift Normal Special 60 —% 20
24 Take Down Normal Physical 90 85% 20
28 Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100% 15
31 Helping Hand Normal Status —% 20
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations
By TM/HM Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI
    TM   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP  TM01 Headbutt Normal Physical 70 100% 15
TM03 Helping Hand Normal Status —% 20
TM05 Rest Psychic Status —% 10
TM07 Protect Normal Status —% 10
TM08 Substitute Normal Status —% 10
TM09 Reflect Psychic Status —% 20
TM10 Dig Ground Physical 80 100% 10
TM12 Facade Normal Physical 70 100% 20
TM19 Iron Tail Steel Physical 100 75% 15
TM27 Toxic Poison Status 90% 10
TM43 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 80 100% 15
TM57 Pay Day Normal Physical 40 100% 20
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations

Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Edit

By leveling up Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI
 Level   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 1 Covet Normal Physical 60 100% 25
1 Helping Hand Normal Status —% 20
1 Growl Normal Status 100% 40
1 Tackle Normal Physical 40 100% 35
1 Tail Whip Normal Status 100% 30
5 Sand Attack Ground Status 100% 15
9 Baby-Doll Eyes Fairy Status 100% 30
13 Quick Attack Normal Physical 40 100% 30
17 Bite Dark Physical 60 100% 25
17 Swift Normal Special 60 —% 20
20 Refresh Normal Status —% 20
25 Take Down Normal Physical 90 85% 20
29 Charm Fairy Status 100% 20
33 Baton Pass Normal Status —% 40
37 Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100% 15
41 Last Resort Normal Physical 140 100% 5
45 Trump Card Normal Special —% 5
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see level-up moves from other generations
By TM/HM Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI
    TM   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP  TM01 Work Up Normal Status —% 30
TM06 Toxic Poison Status 90% 10
TM10 Hidden Power Normal Special 60 100% 15
TM11 Sunny Day Fire Status —% 5
TM17 Protect Normal Status —% 10
TM18 Rain Dance Water Status —% 5
TM21 Frustration Normal Physical 100% 20
TM27 Return Normal Physical 100% 20
TM30 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 80 100% 15
TM32 Double Team Normal Status —% 15
TM42 Facade Normal Physical 70 100% 20
TM44 Rest Psychic Status —% 10
TM45 Attract Normal Status 100% 15
TM48 Round Normal Special 60 100% 15
TM49 Echoed Voice Normal Special 40 100% 15
TM87 Swagger Normal Status 85% 15
TM88 Sleep Talk Normal Status —% 10
TM90 Substitute Normal Status —% 10
TM100 Confide Normal Status —% 20
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see TM moves from other generations
By breeding Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
II - III - IV - V - VI
 Parent   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 


Captivate Normal Status 100% 20


Charm Fairy Status 100% 20

Covet Normal Physical 60 100% 25
Curse Ghost Status —% 10

Detect Fighting Status —% 5

Endure Normal Status —% 10
Fake Tears Dark Status 100% 20


Flail Normal Physical 100% 15
Natural Gift Normal Physical 100% 15
Stored Power Psychic Special 20 100% 10
Synchronoise Psychic Special 120 100% 10
Tickle Normal Status 100% 20

Wish* Normal Status —% 10


Yawn Normal Status —% 10
  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Eevee in Generation VII
  • Moves marked with a double dagger (‡) can only be bred from a Pokémon who learned the move in an earlier generation.
  • Moves marked with a superscript game abbreviation can only be bred onto Eevee in that game.
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Egg moves from other generations
By tutoring Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
II - III - IV - V - VI
 Game   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP  S M US UM Covet Normal Physical 60 100% 25
S M US UM Heal Bell Normal Status —% 5
S M US UM Helping Hand Normal Status —% 20
S M US UM Hyper Voice Normal Special 90 100% 10
S M US UM Iron Tail Steel Physical 100 75% 15
S M US UM Laser Focus Normal Status —% 30
S M US UM Last Resort Normal Physical 140 100% 5
S M US UM Snore Normal Special 50 100% 15
  • A black or white abbreviation in a colored box indicates that Eevee can be tutored the move in that game
  • A colored abbreviation in a white box indicates that Eevee cannot be tutored the move in that game
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see Move Tutor moves from other generations
By events Edit
Generation VII
Other generations:
I - II - III - IV - V - VI
 Event   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP  Pokémon Center Birthday Eevee Celebrate Normal Status —% 40
  • A superscript level indicates that Eevee can learn this move normally in Generation VI
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Eevee
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Eevee
  • Click on the generation numbers at the top to see moves from other generations

TCG-only moves Edit

Move Card
Astonish Lt. Surge's Eevee (Gym Challenge 51)
Bounce Eevee (Rising Rivals 59)
Scratch Lt. Surge's Eevee (Gym Challenge 51)

Side game data Edit

Pokémon Pinball
Acquisition: Catch
Pokémon Trozei!
Rarity: Common
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team

Body size: 1
Recruit rate: 10.2%
Friend Area: Transform Forest
Phrases
51%-100% HP Want to take a chance on my evolution?
26%-50% HP Oh? My health is down by half already.
1%-25% HP I can't... I'm out of power... Help...
Level up Yay! I leveled up!
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness, and Explorers of Sky

Body size: 1
Recruit rate: 8.2%
IQ group: F
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia
Group:
Normal
Poké Assist:
Normal
Field move:

(Tackle ×1)

Browser entry R-097
It quickly dashes about and charges to attack.
Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs
Group:
Normal
Poké Assist:

(present)


Normal
Field move:

(present)


(Tackle ×2)

Poké Assist:

(past)


Normal
Field move:

(past)


(Tackle ×1)

Browser entry R-075/N-054
It shoots a series of hearts.
Pokémon Rumble
Attack
Defense ●●
Speed ●●●
Pokémon Rumble Blast
Attack
Defense ●●
Speed ●●●
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
PokéPark Pad entry:
Eevee often plays in the Granite Zone. He enjoys the Attractions Bulbasaur's Daring Dash and Absol's Hurdle Bounce!
PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
PokéPark Pad entry:
He is clumsy but very diligent. He is creating a racecourse, following Flareon and others.
Pokémon Conquest
HP: ★★ Move: Quick Attack
Attack: Ability 1: Sprint

Ability 2: Perception
Ability 3: Celebrate

Defense: ★★
Speed: ★★
Evolves into:
  • Vaporeon when its link is improved while its Warrior is equipped with a Water Stone
  • Jolteon when its link is improved while its Warrior is equipped with a Thunderstone
  • Flareon when its link is improved while its Warrior is equipped with a Fire Stone
  • Espeon when it has a link of 70% or higher and is deployed in Illusio
  • Umbreon when it has a link of 70% or higher and is deployed in Yaksha
  • Leafeon when it has a Defense stat of 94 or higher and is deployed in Greenleaf
  • Glaceon when it has an Attack stat of 91 or higher and is deployed in Nixtorm
Range: 4 Perfect Links: Hero/Heroine
Pokémon Battle Trozei
Normal
Attack Power: ★★★★★
Pokémon Shuffle
Normal
Attack Power: 40 - 90 5

#023

Mega Boost
Fills the Mega Gauge of a Pokémon of the same type.
Skill Swapper: Eject+, Hammering Streak
Pokémon GO
Base Stamina: 146 Base Attack: 104 Base Defense: 114
Egg Distance: 5 km* Buddy Distance: 5 km Evolution Requirement:

25 →  (random)
25 + 10 km +  → 
25 + 10 km +  → 
25 +  → 
25 +  → 

Fast Attacks: Quick Attack, Tackle
Charged Attacks: Dig, Swift, Body Slam*
Last Resort*
Pokémon: Magikarp Jump
Friendship Item: Soothe Bell (500) ★: Next training session
Skill: Guarantees amazing results in the next training session
Recovery time: 3 hours

In Pokémon GO, if Eevee has a particular nickname, then once per nickname, it is guaranteed to evolve into the following, regardless of other conditions:

  • Rainer → Vaporeon
  • Sparky → Jolteon
  • Pyro → Flareon
  • Sakura → Espeon
  • Tamao → Umbreon
  • Linnea → Leafeon
  • Rea → Glaceon

Evolution Edit

Unevolved
Eevee

 Normal 


Water Stone


Thunder Stone


Fire Stone


Friendship
(Day)


Friendship
(Night)


Level up
near Moss Rock


Level up
near Ice Rock

♥♥ + 

Level up
2 Affection and a
Fairy-type move

First evolution
Vaporeon

 Water 

First evolution
Jolteon

 Electric 

First evolution
Flareon

 Fire 

First evolution
Espeon

 Psychic 

First evolution
Umbreon

 Dark 

First evolution
Leafeon

 Grass 

First evolution
Glaceon

 Ice 

First evolution
Sylveon

 Fairy 


Partner Eevee Edit

Partner Eevee
Does not evolve
Eevee

 Normal 


Sprites Edit

Generation I
Red Blue Yellow Red Green
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation II
Gold Silver Crystal
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation III
Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation IV
Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver
Front Back Front Back Front Back
Generation V
Black White Black 2 White 2
Front Back Front Back
Generation VI
X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
Front Back Front Back
Generation VII
Sun Moon Ultra Sun Ultra Moon
Front Back Front Back

For other sprites and images, please see Eevee images on the Bulbagarden Archives.


Trivia Edit

  • Eevee's English name is a palindrome.
    • Eevee's English name also contains only two unique letters, less than any other Pokémon's English name.
  • Eevee was designed by Motofumi Fujiwara.[1]
  • Eevee has the most branched evolutions with a total of eight.
  • Eevee bears many distinguishing characteristics because of its evolved forms:
    • Eevee is the only Pokémon to not share any types with any of its evolved forms.
    • Eevee has the most evolved forms of any Pokémon and is the only Pokémon that has more than three evolved forms.
    • The fan-made term to describe the evolutions of Eevee, Eeveelutions, was made official after its use in the strategy guide for Pokémon Stadium 2, followed by a TCG Theme Deck.
  • In early English promotional material for Pokémon Red and Blue, Eevee was called "Eon", the suffix of all of the evolved forms of Eevee.
  • In Generation I, Eevee is the only Pokémon to have a branched evolution.
  • It is impossible for Eevee to evolve into Espeon and Umbreon in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen because the games lack a time system. It is also impossible for it to evolve into Leafeon and Glaceon in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver since neither Johto nor Kanto has a Moss Rock or an Ice Rock.
  • Despite Eevee being obtainable before the Pokémon League in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, it cannot evolve into Leafeon or Glaceon until after entering the Hall of Fame. This is because Twist Mountain and Pinwheel Forest are inaccessible before then.
  • Eevee is the only pre-existing Pokémon to receive an evolution in Generation VI, though many received Mega Evolutions.
  • Four of Eevee's evolved forms evolve through abnormal means in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series (Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, and Glaceon).
    • In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series, Eevee evolves using the Sun Ribbon, or Lunar Ribbon with at least 1 star of IQ, a Mossy Rock, or a Frozen Rock into its respective evolved forms.
  • In Pokémon Ranger, all of Eevee's evolved forms up to the third generation can be captured; however, Eevee is completely unobtainable. This was changed in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia.
  • Despite the fact that May, Gary, and Sakura each owned an Eevee that went on to evolve, Eevee was never seen evolving onscreen in the anime until Last Call — First Round!, when Ursula evolved her two Eevee into Flareon and Vaporeon during a Contest appeal, over thirteen years into the anime.
  • As a species, Eevee has appeared in the teams of the most main characters in the anime, with May, Serena, and Lana each owning one.
    • This also makes Eevee the only Pokémon species in the anime to have been owned by more than two different main characters.

Origin Edit

Eevee shares traits with various mammals, specifically the fennec fox, dogs, and cats. It could also be based on the Gulon, a mythical, dog-sized Scandinavian creature with a coat of brown fur; a catlike head, ears, and claws; and a fox-like tail.

Name origin Edit

Eevee and Eievui are the pronunciations of E-V, the first two letters in the word evolution.

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