Eevee Pokemon

Eevee Pokemon is a small, fox-like creature with brown fur. Its muzzle is very catlike, with a small, black and triangular nose. It has a fluffy, cream-colored ruff around its neck and a brown, bushy fox-like tail with a cream-colored tip. Eevee has round, brown eyes, long rabbit-like ears, and pink paw pads on its feet. Its paws are small with three toes and no visible claws. A shiny Eevee has silver fur instead of brown, and its ruff and tail-tip are white instead of cream.

Eevee Pokemon
Eevee Pokemon

Eevee Pokemon

Eevee Pokemon is said to have an irregularly-shaped genetic structure, enabling it to evolve into multiple Pokémon. As Gigantamax Eevee, its body becomes larger. Its ruff grows longer and fluffier with several triangular furs pointing straight up. The right ear has three red clouds surrounding it in a circle. As the fur becomes fluffier and more luxurious, any enemies caught in it will lose the will to fight due to being enamored by its presence. Eevee’s behavior also appears to be more playful and rambunctious when Gigantamaxing, desiring to play with its opponent and often unintentionally crushing them with its size.

Eevee is a pretty tricksy Pokémon at the best of times, with a bunch of different potential evolutions that it can change into seemingly at random. Fortunately, though, it’s not as random as it seems in Pokémon Go, as there is actually a method that you can use to game the system and force Eevee to evolve into each of its different forms.

There are a few caveats though, which we’ll go into the final details of later in our Pokémon Go Eevee evolution guide. Ultimately, to answer your potential question, yes, there is a reliable method of getting Eevee to evolve into Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, or Sylveon and it works every single time.

If you’re a big fan of the location-based monster collector, we thoroughly recommend checking out our other guides, including Pokémon Go promo codes, Pokémon Go event, Pokémon Go raids, and Pokémon Go community days. In the meantime though, let’s take a look at our Pokémon Go Eevee evolution guide.

Eevee has eight different forms of evolution, which include Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon. After acquiring 25 candies, you can evolve Eevee into Vaporeon, Jolteon, or Flareon at random.

Eevee Pokemon
Eevee Pokemon

But how do you take the random element out of it and, instead, force Eevee to take each of the individual forms? Well, it’s a simple process of changing Eevee’s name before you evolve them.

It’s worth noting that this method only allows you to get each different evolution of Eevee a single time. Once you’ve performed it on your account, you will no longer be able to get that particular form of Eevee using this method on that account.

There are eight Eevee evolutions in Pokemon Go, with a variety of tricks to getting the one you want. Depending on the names you give them, when you evolve them, and how friendly you are, the simple Eevee can evolve into a range of variations. It makes Eevee one of the most interesting creatures in the game and a simple way to vary your roster’s types. Eevee’s evolutions, or Eeveelutions, are plentiful and offer a range of types across Water, Electric, Fire, Psychic, Dark, Grass, Ice and Fairy in Pokemon Go.

We’ll explain how to trigger all the different ways you can evolve Eevee into its evolutions in this article. As well as pick apart which one might be the strongest. According to numbers at least. 

Espeon and Umbreon are considered the strongest Eevee evolutions overall from stats alone. The psychic type Espeon has almost the highest possible CP, beaten only by Sylveon, and the highest possible attack overall. Umbreon, a dark type, wins on second highest defense and the best Stamina. Just behind those two the already mentioned Sylveon, and Glaceon, also place decent stats overall without having anything that’s class leading. 

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