- For the smasher, see Smasher:Emperor Eevee.
Eevee's official artwork from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.
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Eevee is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation I, and is categorized within the Pokédex at #133 as the "Evolution Pokémon". It is notable for having the highest number of possible evolutions of all Pokémon: three starting in Generation I (the Water-type Vaporeon, the Electric-type Jolteon and the Fire-type Flareon) five starting in Generation II (with the Psychic-type Espeon and the Dark-type Umbreon being added), seven starting in Generation IV (with the Grass-type Leafeon and the Ice type Glaceon being added) and eight starting in Generation VI (with the Fairy-type Sylveon being added). In Generation VIII, Eevee gains a new Gigantamax form, which grants it the move G-Max Cuddle during the transformation. It is very rare, and in earlier installments, it is given as a gift instead of being found in the wild. Eevee is the mascot of Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!.
Take Down is a Normal-type move with 90 base power and 85% accuracy which deals to the user 1/4 of the damage inflicted as recoil. Eevee can learn it by level-up in every game. Beedrill in the original Super Smash Bros., Unown in Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Gogoat in Super Smash Bros. 4 also share this move in their respective games.
- As adaptable a Pokémon as any yet discovered, Eevee's evolutionary progress changes to meet the conditions of its environment. So far, five evolutionary forms have been discovered and then catalogued for this unique Pokémon; Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, and Umbreon. All evolutions have special benefits.
- Pokémon Red & Blue (9/98)
Eevee is mentioned in passing in the trophy description of its then-new evolutions, Leafeon and Glaceon.
As a Poké Ball Pokémon
Eevee appears as a Poké Ball summon. When summoned it looks around, charging opponents with Take Down when they get close enough.
- This Normal-type Pokémon is as adaptable to evolution as they come, with eight evolutions discovered thus far. If you pair that potential with its adorable features, it's no wonder Eevee is so popular! In Smash Bros., Eevee will attack a nearby opponent with Take Down. Sadly, this attack isn't incredibly powerful.
- : Pokémon Red & Pokémon Blue (09/1998)
- : Pokémon X & Pokémon Y (10/2013)
- This adorable Normal-type Pokémon's ability to evolve in so many different ways makes it a popular choice with trainers. When brought out in battle, Eevee uses Take Down on the first opponent it sees, but...it's not very effective. Never mind. Eevee may not be the toughest Pokémon, but it'll always be one of the cutest.
- : Pokémon Red/Blue (10/1999)
- : Pokémon X/Y (10/2013)
As a Poké Ball Pokémon
Eevee reprises its role as a Poké Ball summon using Take Down, with its attack power having been increased, especially at close range.
In Adventure Mode: World of Light, Eevee is presumably one of the countless spirits captured by Galeem during his takeover of the universe. Eevee's spirit is located in the starting section of The Light Realm.
In both spirits' battles, Eevee appears as a Poké Ball Pokémon
Eevee's Spirit Battle uses blue, yellow, and red Tail Yoshi puppet fighters, each representing represent Eevee's first three evolved forms: Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon and is fought on the Yoshi's Island stage (either to correlate with the choice of Yoshi as the puppet fighter or to represent the concept of Evolution with the changing seasons). During the battle, the yellow Yoshi starts off with a Screw Attack item, referencing Joleton's Electric type, while the red Yoshi breathes fire, referencing Flareon's Fire type.
Partner Eevee's Spirit Battle uses a Mii Gunner puppet fighter, representing Elaine, the female playable trainer in Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!, and is fought on the Pokémon Stadium stage. During the battle, the Poké Ball items appear while the Mii Gunner has increased attack and defense power, referencing how Partner Eevee has higher attack and defense stats than a regular Eevee in Let's Go, Eevee!
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