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"Its genetic code is irregular. It may mutate if it is exposed to radiation from element Stones." — Pokédex


Article by: Alexandre Mourey (Chernabogue)
Pictured from: Pokémon FireRed Version
Created by: Game Freak
First appearance: 1996


In the Pokémon World, Evolution is the process by which one creature changes into a different, usually stronger, form. While most Pokémon only transform into another once or twice in their lifetime, Eevee can morph into one of eight possible creatures. Moreover, all of Eevee's transformations require different preconditions: elemental stones, location, and the time of day are but a few of the factors a Pokémon trainer has to take into account to make Eevee evolve. The group of resultant Pokémon in this unique Evolution tree have been given their own name: Eeveelution.

Being a Normal type Pokémon, Eevee has few weaknesses but also few exceptional strengths. A Pokémon trainer may prefer to raise its evolved forms instead, as they all possess different abilities and types, representing Eevee's greatest strengths. Among Eevee's specialized forms are the Electric type Jolteon and the Attack-oriented Flareon. Regardless of which form Eevee may change into, it is said that only a few Eevees are still alive, and people may not encounter such a creature in the wild. Nonetheless, a trainer fortunate enough to obtain one can make Eevee the trump card of a powerful Pokémon team.

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