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Eevee is one of the most popular and beloved of Pokemon - an icon of the series second probably only to Pikachu. While Pokemon Sword and Shield sadly didn't add an all-new Eevee Evolution for fans to play with, Eevee did make the cut as one of the Pokemon species native to the Galar region - and that means you can get your hands on all of the Eeveelutions from past generations. You can catch an Eevee relatively early on, encounter them later in online multiplayer Max Raid Battles.
That's a lot of evolution options. On this , we're going to detail how to catch an Eevee in Sword and Shield - and then how to evolve it into your form of choice, either though getting yourn hands on specific items or other means. Check out our breakdown on choosing the best starter Pokemon , the new Pokemon list , all Gigantimax forms and how to find and revive fossils to get the fossil Pokemon. If you want to catch an Eevee in order to add one of the Eevee Evolutions to your team, you're going to need to find one first.
It's a Galar Region native, but that doesn't mean it's particularly common: in fact, in both games Eevee only spawns in one location, on Route 4. You'll want to search inside the yellowed grass you find on Route 4 , keeping an eye out for Eevee's very recognizable ears. Eevee is one of the rarer spawns on Route 4, so it might take you a while to locate one in the wild. If you don't want to search for one on Route 4, there are a few other options.
For one, you can encounter Eevee as an enemy in Max Raid Battles out in the wild area. Secondly, there's a free Eevee available as part of a cross-promotion with the Pokemon release on Switch, Pokemon Let's Go. If you had the Eevee edition of that game and have a save game present on your Switch, head to the wild area train station. Look for two kids in the corner - they will let you pick up your bonus. Saves from the Pikachu version of the game will get you a unique Pikachu, while a save from the Eevee edition will, naturally, get you an Eevee.
These two bonus Pokemon are deed to be Dynamaxed into a unique form of both Pikachu and Eevee - but they're one way to grab an Eevee in Sword and Shield if you're struggling over on route 4. Keep in mind that this Eevee cannot be evolved. Once you have one Eevee, it might be wise to combine it with a Ditto rarely found in the Lake of Outrage zone of the wild area at the daycare to breed yourself more. If you're a Pokemon Pro, here's the good news - seasoned players don't have to deal with any changes to how Eevee Evolution works in Pokemon Sword and Shield.
The methods are all the same as they have been in past main series titles - though of course you'll need to know where to find certain items, which will be different this time around. Two of the items have changed from the release, however - that's detailed below.
If you're a newcomer, have no fear - we're going to list both the methods and the locations of everything you need right here on this . So, without further ado, here's how to get each of the eight Eeveelutions:. Where to find and get an Eevee in Pokemon Sword and Shield If you want to catch an Eevee in order to add one of the Eevee Evolutions to your team, you're going to need to find one first. Keep scrolling for more.Umbreon x espeon mate
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