One Pokemon has stood above the rest with the Pokemon community, and that, of course, is Eevee.
The furry Pokemon has been a staple of the franchise for decades now and fans cannot wait to use Eevee in Mystery Dungeon.
If the popular Kanto Pokemon is your choice in the new Mystery Dungeon game, here's our guide to this Pokemon.
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The Generation 1 Normal-type is available as the player or partner through the main game.
Usually, Eevee is chosen if the personality results are either Hardy (for male) or Brave (for female) in nature.
It has normal mobility, meaning it cannot traverse through water, lava and cloud tiles and walls without the assistance of a mobility-enhancing item or a certain IQ skill.
Eevee is a normal type, which means it is weak to fighting types, so you should pair it with a flying type. Unfortunately, there are no flying type starters - the closest is Torchic who doesn't learn Peck until later in the game.
Most Pokemon you will face early on are flying types, so pairing Eevee with Pikachu is a good option.
How To Get Eevee
Eevee can be chosen at the start of the game as either the player or partner.
Eevee can also be found in the middle floors of Joyous Tower and Purity Forest and has a recruit rate of 10.2%.
In the Joyous Tower, you will come across a Lv9 Eevee with a rarity of:
- 12-13th floor (23.53%)
- 14th floor (21.62%)
- 15th floor (24.24%)
- 16th floor (32.0%)
- 17th floor (23.53%)
In the Purity Forest, you will come across a Lv9 Eevee with a rarity of:
- 11the floor (11.11%)
- 12th floor (8.7%)
- 13th floor (11.11%)
- 14the floor (10.26%)
Evolution does not play a massive part in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, so it is perfectly ok to keep Eevee as it is.
Although stats do not increase from evolution, moves can vary. Once it evolves into an elemental type such as Flareon, Vaporeon or Jolteon, it can learn type-specific moves.
If you do wish to evolve Eevee, you will need to finish the main story and enter the Luminous Cave with the following items:
- Flareon - Fire Stone located in Firey Field
- Jolteon - Thunder Stone located in Lightning Field
- Vaporeon - Water Stone located in Northwind Field
- Espeon - High IQ (4 Stars) + Sun Ribbon located in Wyvern Hill
- Umbreon - High IQ (4 Stars) + Lunar Ribbon located in Northwind Field
Be sure to check our evolution guide for more details.
Moveset And Abilities
Eevee's ability is Run Away, it will become terrified and flee when HP gets low. Leaders will resist this urge.
Eevee will begin with the following attacks:
- Bite: 18/18
- Tackle: 25/25
- Swift: 13/13
- Quick Attack: 15/15
Here are the moves that Eevee can learn by levelling up:
- Lv1 Tail Whip
- Lv1 Tackle
- Lv1 Helping Hand
- Lv8 Sand-Attack
- Lv16 Growl
- Lv23 Quick Attack
- Lv30 Bite
- Lv36 Baton Pass
- Lv42 Take Down
Here are the moves that Eevee can learn from TMs:
- Iron Tail
- Rain Dance
- Double Team
- Shadow Ball
- Sunny Day
- Secret Power
- Hidden Power
- Wide Slash