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How to get every Eevee evolution in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

Eevee and its various evolved forms return in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, so here’s how to get every single Eeveelution in the game.



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Pokemon Scarlet & Violet fans that love Eevee should read on as our guide will break down everything you need to know about its Eeveelutions, including information on evolution stones.

Since the dawn of Pokemon, Eevee has continued to be one of the franchise’s most beloved creatures, because of its enduring cuteness, and the wild evolved forms it’s capable of turning into.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet carries on the tradition of letting players catch an Eevee and help it transform into one of many different evolutions – also known as Eeveelutions.

To make this easier, we’re gonna run through every single evolution, as well as the various methods required to make this happen in Scarlet & Violet.

All Eevee evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

To date, Eevee has eight different forms that the Pokemon can turn into, and, including itself, this represents nine different versions of Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.

In order to acquire every Eevee evolution though, there are different requirements and certain things you’re going to need to do first.

Before we even get onto the more advanced methods of evolving Eevee, we need the original Pokemon itself in Scarlet & Violet. We’ll explain all you need to know below.

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How to catch an Eevee in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

To capture an Eevee, players can find them in one of two areas: in and around Cortondo in the Southern Province, or Medali in the Western Province.

Its spawn rate isn’t anything to shout home about, so remain patient, keep leaving the areas and coming back to them to reset the spawns, and bide your time as one will turn up.

How to Evolve Eevee into Jolteon

Number #135 in the official Pokedex is Jolteon, and in order to add it to your party you’re going to need to use a Thunder Stone on a normal Eevee.

How to Evolve Eevee into Flareon

Sitting at number #136 is Flareon, the fearsome fire form of Eevee. If you want a cute but red-hot Pokemon to add to your team, then you just have to use a Fire Stone on a normal Eevee.

How to Evolve Eevee into Vaporeon

Continuing on from its Gen 1 roots, Eevee can also turn into Vaporeon, and the Water Pokemon is number #137 in the recognized Pokedex. To get Vaporeon, use a Water Stone on a normal Eevee to complete the transformation.

How to Evolve Eevee into Espeon

Moving onto Gen 2, and Espeon is the next evolved form of Eevee, with #196 proving to be a bit different to get. An Espeon requires you to get your friendship with it up to near max, and then evolve it during the daytime.

How to Evolve Eevee into Umbreon

Clocking in at number #197 is Umbreon, arguably the most mysterious-looking of the Eevee evolution line. Getting an Umbreon also demands that the player raise the friendship level to max, but evolve it during nighttime.

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How to Evolve Eevee into Leafeon

We fast forward to number #470 now and it’s the turn of Leafeon. If you want to guarantee yourself the grass-type Pokemon in the game, you are required to use a Leaf Stone on a normal Eevee.

How to Evolve Eevee into Glaceon

#472 is next up and this is the number of Glaceon, and to get this Icy Pokemon you need to use an Ice Stone onto a normal Eevee to get yourself a cold Glaceon.

How to Evolve Eevee into Sylveon

The eighth and final evolution is everybody’s favorite Fairy Pokemon – Sylveon. Assigned the number #700 in the Pokdex, Pokemon Scarlet & Violet trainers will have to once again get the friendship level up to a very high level, teach it a fairy-type move, and then manually evolve it.

Eevee lovers should now have everything they need to know about the Pokemon and its different evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.

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