Eevee's Ability Run Away allows it to escape from any wild battle, regardless of trap moves such as Mean Look. Eevee's other ability, Adaptability, increases the power of STAB-or Same Type Attack Boost-moves, doubling the power of its Normal-Type Attacks instead of the usual 50% power increase that a STAB move would receive. Eevee's Hidden Ability is the Anticipation Ability, which causes it to shudder when its opponent knows a 1-hit KO or Super-Effective move.
Eevee is listed in the Field Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 8,960 Steps to hatch. It takes Eevee One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Eevee has mostly brown fur with a noticeably cream colored mane and tail tip; it has big brown eyes and a bushy tail. Eevee's evolution methods include: evolutionary stones for three of its evolutionary lines, maximum affection during different times of day for two of them, area-specific evolution for the two introduced in the Fourth Generation, and Leveling Up whilst knowing a Fairy Move and having Maximum Happiness in Pokémon-Amie for the eighth and most recent.
Eevee has no distinguished features that make it appear male or female.
Eevee is a gift Pokémon in almost all main-series games, starting with the first two; In Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue (as well as their remakes Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen, the player will find Eevee in the mansion at Celadon City. The Eevee is at level 25 by default.
Eevee must be traded over to Pokémon Black and White. One of Eevee's evolutions can be obtained from the Dream World and as a special distribution event through the Pokémon website. In Black 2 and White 2, Eevee can be found in the wild in Castelia City or any of the Hidden Grottoes at random, and one can also be given as a Gift by Fennel.
Eevee can be found at Route 10 and Friend Safari in Pokémon X and Y. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Eevee can be caught in the wild at Route 116 by using the DexNav feature on the PokéNav Plus, after the defeat or capture of Groudon or Kyogre.
Eevee makes appearances at Endless Levels 13 & 31, Forever Level 13 and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
Eevee appears at Mystery Jungle B1-B29 in Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky. Eevee also appears at Mystifying Forest B1-B13 in Explorers of Time & Darkness, and appears at Mystic Forest B1-B13 in Explorers of Sky.
Eevee appears in Pueltown after a Quest in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Eevee appears at the Study inside the Old Mansion on Mitonga Island in the Present, and in the Fire Temple Mission Shaken by Aggron's Footsteps by defeating it and obtaining its Slate. Defeat the Boss within the Time Limit is required to obtain its Slate.
Trading Card Game
Eevee appears in a total of 16 sets, a Wizards Promo, Pokémon Organized Play Series 3 as a Common Card, and the Battle Enhanced Decks Reshiram EX and Zekrom EX.
A trainer named Sakura would also feature an Eevee in the episode Trouble's Brewing, which would prove its strength by helping to defeat Team Rocket. This Eevee would eventually evolve into an Espeon.
Wild Eevee appeared in the films The Power of One and Destiny Deoxys, and the Pikachu Shorts Pikachu's Vacation and Pikachu's Rescue Adventure. May's Eevee appeared in the Pikachu Short Pikachu's Island Adventre, and another trainer used an Eevee in the film Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
An Eevee that was victimized by an experiment of Team Rocket allowed him to transform freely between Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon would join Red's Team in Chapter 19, eventually becoming an Espeon in Chapter 84. He would nickname his Eevee "Vee".
Eevee is a part of the NFE tier - not often used at this stage of evolution.
Transfer Only Z-Moves
Generation III Move Tutor (Fire Red/Leaf Green)
- TM43: Secret Power
Via Move Tutor
Heart Gold/Soul Silver
- TM83: Work Up
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
- A common fan-created term for all of Eevee's evolutions combined is Eeveelutions.
- Only Generations III, V and VII have not introduced new evolutions for Eevee.
- Eevee is the first Pokémon to have its name spelled the same way frontwards and backwards, which is called a palindrome. Three other Pokémon have palindrome-formatted names: Girafarig, Ho-oh, and Alomomola.
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