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[[File:Type Normal.gif|link=Normal type]]  
Species Evolution Pokémon
Abilities Run Away
Anticipation (Dream World)
None ← 133 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves from None
Evolves into [[Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Glaceon, Leafeon, or Sylveon]]
(イーブイ Iibui)
[[Generation I]]
Evolutionary line
No evolution line
Weight Height
Pokédex color Egg group
<font color=Brown>Brown</font>
Shape Footprint

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



Eevee is a mammalian creature with brown fur, a bushy tail that has a cream-colored tip, and a furry collar that is also cream-colored. Eevee has brown eyes, big ears, and pink paw pads. Its design appears to be based specifically on the Fennec fox, a small fox like animal that are found in desert like areas. It and its evolutions also have traits of raccoons, foxes, dogs, and cats. Eevee is said to have an irregularly shaped genetic structure, enabling it to evolve into multiple Pokémon. Its possible moves are: Tackle, Tail Whip, Helping Hand, Sand-Attack, Growl, Quick Attack, Bite, Baton Pass, Take Down, Last Resort, and Trump Card.


Eevee is an urban Pokémon and is found mainly near or even in cities. But it is possible that they live anywhere because they evolve to suit their surroundings. Eevee can be found in Kanto but is also found in Johto, Sinnoh and Unova.

Special abilities

Eevee can have either the ability Run Away or Adaptability. Run Away is an ability that will allow the user to run from any wild Pokémon battle, negating the effects of moves that prevent running away like mean look and block. Adaptability increases the users STAB from x1.5 to x2.0. Eevee are Pokémon with unstable genetic codes. This gives them the ability to evolve into eight different evolutions triggered by the environment, time of day, or the usage of the evolutionary stones Water Stone, Thunderstone, and Fire Stone.



Eevee can evolve into one of eight forms. These forms are: Jolteon by use of a Thunderstone, Flareon by use of a Fire Stone, Vaporeon by use of a Water Stone, Espeon when leveled up with high friendship during the day, Umbreon when leveled up with high friendship during the night, Leafeon when leveled up in Eterna Forest or Pinwheel Forest, Glaceon when leveled up on Route 217 or Twist Mountain, Sylveon(Fairy is a new type in Kalos) through a currently unknown method.


In the anime

Eevee first appeared in The Battling Eevee Brothers. A little boy named Mikey was hiding the Evolution Pokémon 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. Ash's longtime rival Gary Oak uses an Eevee of great quality that eventually evolves into Umbreon. May has an Eevee that hatched from an egg, which she used in Pokémon Contests all across the Kanto and Johto region. When May traveled to Sinnoh, she took it to Route 217 to evolve into a Glaceon. The Kimono Girls who first appeared in the Pokémon Gold and Silver games, also make an appearance with their Pokémon (all of which are evolutions of Eevee) in Trouble's Brewing. The youngest of the Kimono girls had an unevolved Eevee (the only of the sisters to have one), though it evolved into an Espeon later on in the episode "Espeon, Not Included".

In the game

Pokemon Yellow: Is your rivals starting Pokemon

Pokemon Conquest : As the starter of the player's Pokemon.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red/Blue : Must be naive nature and female gender to become this Pokemon as the player.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon : Explorer Of Sky : Must be jolly nature and female gender to become this Pokemon as the player.

In the manga

Pokemon Adventures

In Pokémon Adventures, Red is in possession of an Eevee which had been experimented on by Team Rocket. As a result, it could transform back and forth from the three evolutions Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon along with its base form, allowing it greater tactical ability in fighting other Pokémon. Eventually, it evolved into an Espeon, losing its special ability to interchange abilities.

Electric tale of Pikachu

In the Electric Tale of Pikachu manga, the character Mikey (who appeared in the anime episode: "The Battling Eevee Brothers") makes an appearance with his own Eevee and within the chapter that he appears in, Mikey attempts to prove to his brothers that he doesn't need to evolve his Eevee to win battles.

Game info

Game locations

Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
Red/Blue Celadon Mansion One
Yellow Celadon Mansion One
Gold/Silver Gift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coins Unlimited
Crystal Gift from Bill One
Ruby/Sapphire Trade None
Emerald Trade None
FireRed/LeafGreen Celadon Mansion One
Diamond/Pearl Gift from Bebe after obtaining the National Pokédex, Trophy Garden One (Hearthome City) Rare (Trophy Garden)
Platinum Gift from Bebe once the player arrives in Hearthome City, Trophy Garden One
HeartGold/SoulSilver Gift from Bill, Game Corner for 6666 coins, Breed Eevee Unlimited
Black/White Trade None
Black 2/White 2 Castelia City, given by Amanita. Castelia Gardens,in the tall grass. One/Rare

Pokédex entries



Generation I

Main article: Eevee/Learnset Generation I

Generation II

Main article: Eevee/Learnset Generation II


Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
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Gold Silver Crystal Back
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Eevee shiny gold game Eevee shiny silver game Eevee shiny crystal game Eevee shiny backsprite2
Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
File:Eevee ruby and sapphire game.png File:Eevee emerald game.gif File:EeveeFrLgSprite.png Eevee backsprite3
Eevee shiny ruby and sapphire game Eevee shiny emerald game Eevee shiny FRLG game Eevee shiny backsprite3
Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
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Eevee shiny DP game Eevee shiny platinum game Eevee shiny HGSS game Eevee shiny backsprite4
Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
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File:Eevee shiny BW game.png File:Eevee shiny backsprite5.png
X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire Back


  • So far, Eevee is one of ten Pokémon to have more than one evolution, and one of two to have three or more, and is the only Pokémon that has four or more.
  • Eevee is a common Gift Pokémon.
    Eevee doll

    Eevee Plush Doll

  • "Eeveelutions" is a common fan term for Eevee's evolutions. It originally wasn't recognised by Nintendo or Gamefreak, however the term made an appearance in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia, after its debut in the strategy guide for Pokémon Stadium 2.
  • Eevee was the first Pokémon that had a different evolution depending upon the time of day.
  • Its name is a palindrome, meaning its name is spelled the same backwards as it is forward. Only three other Pokémon share the same trait: Ho-Oh, Girafarig, and Alomomola.
  • Eevee and Gloom are the only two Pokémon that can evolve into several other Pokémon using multiple element stones.
  • In the Pokémon Special manga, Red owned an Eevee that had undergone genetic mutation, due to Team Rocket's experiments, allowing it to evolve and devolve and evolve again. It is noted that it went from Jolteon to Flareon to Vaporeon, and then back to Eevee. This power was available through an ear device that causes harm to Eevee as it evolved or devolved. Eventually it trusted Red enough to evolve into an Espeon, losing the ability to devolve.
  • Eevee is given to the player in most of the Pokémon games.
  • Eevee has been featured as a starter Pokémon in three Pokémon games. The first was in Pokémon Yellow where the player's rival received an Eevee as his starter. The second was in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, where the player begins the game with an Eevee which he received at some point prior to the events of the game (though the specifics of how long the player's character has owned the Eevee and the circumstances under which he received it are not revealed). The third is in Pokémon Conquest where the players receives an Eevee as his/her starter. Also, in Pokémon Colosseum, the player begins the game with two starters which are both already evolved Eevees (namely the two evolved forms introduced in the Generation 2 games, Espeon and Umbreon).
  • Eevee's evolved states (for example, Espeon and Umbreon) can defeat one another. Umbreon can defeat Espeon, since Espeon is a Psychic-type, it won't hurt Umbreon if it uses a Psychic-type move.
  • Out of all of the Eeveelutions, Umbreon is the only one that isn't at a type disadvantage to another.
    • Espeon is weak against Umbreon; Flareon is weak against Vaporeon; Vaporeon is weak against Jolteon and Leafeon (although it's moves do normal damage on Jolteon); Leafeon is weak against Glaceon and Flareon (although it's moves to normal damage on Glaceon) and Glaceon is weak against Flareon (also, Glaceon's type is weak against Vaporeon and Jolteon's is weak against Leafeon).
  • Espeon is the only Eeveelution that doesn't have a type advantage against any of the others.
    • Umbreon is good against Espeon; Flareon is good against Glaceon and Leafeon; Vaporeon is good against Flareon; Jolteon is good against Vaporeon; Leafeon is good against Vaporeon and Glaceon is good against Leafeon.
  • Eevee and the Eeveelutions currently hold the record for the most amount of types in one evolutionary line with 8.
  • Eevee's form is based on one of a fennec fox.
  • All of the Eeveelutions have a base stat of 130 and another of 60.
  • An Eevee will be bonded to the player in Pokémon Conquest
  • Eevee is the Pokémon with the most evolutions using elemental stones so far.
  • In the Eeveelution chain, all Pokémon after Eevee have "eon" at the end of their names.
  • All Eeveelutions are of a singular type, none have the same type as another, all share the same base stat total and all share the same gender ratio (1 female to 7 males).
  • It is a possible choice for the hero in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Blue, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky, if the player is female and of a specific nature.
  • In Pokémon X and Y, a new Eeveelution named Sylveon was introduced.
  • Eevee has the same gender ratio as all Starter Pokémon - 12.5% chance of female and 87.5% chance of male all Eeveelutions also share this gender ratio.


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