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Partner Eevee - Stats, Moves, Evolution & Locations

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Partner Eevee - Stats, Moves, Evolution & Locations

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Learn all there is to know about Eevee in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu / Eevee! Guide includes Pokemon's location, compatible moves, types and base stats.

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All Pokedex Entry - Type & Rating

Eevee - Overview & Master Trainer

Eevee main image

Pokemon Type

Type 1Type 2
Normal Icon-

Eevee - Base Stats

HP
 65
Attack
 75
Defense
 70
Sp.Atk
 65
Sp.Def
 85
Speed
 75
Total435

Master Trainer Location for Eevee

Eevee Master Trainer

Route 17 (path to Route 16)

Master Trainers - Info, Battle, and Location

Type Strength / Weakness Chart

Eevee - Type Chart

Damage
Multiplier
Type
×4None
×2Fighting Icon
×0.5None
×0.25None
No EffectGhost Icon

Type Strength / Weakness Reference

Partner Eevee's Traits

Able to Use Partner Exclusive Moves

Able to Use Partner Exclusive Moves

The unique Partner Eevee has a higher Base Stats compared to regular Eevee found in the wild. The movesets they learn differs compared to the regular Eevee, with moves such as Double Kick and Bite being available early on. Your trusty Partner will be a definite choice for challenging Story or Gyms.

Able to Use Partner Exclusive Moves

Able to Use Partner Exclusive Moves

Partner Eevee will be able to use a powerful unique moves called the Partner Exclusive Moves. These moves allows Eevee to go toe to toe with its counter Pokemon, making him viable in battle well into late game.

Check Out Partner Move List

Able to Use Secret Techniques

Partner Eevee will allow you to use Secret Techniques, a special feature allowing you to perform special action on map.

Check Out All Secret Techniques

How to Catch Eevee

Where to Find Eevee in Let's Go Pikachu

  • Route 17

Where to Find Eevee in Let's Go Eevee

Default Partner Pokemon.

Eevee - Evolution Chart

NameHow to Evolution
EeveeNoon
VaporeonUse Water Stone: Evolve from Eevee
(Partner Eevee will not be able to Evolve)
JolteonUse Thunderstone: Evolve from Eevee
(Partner Eevee will not be able to Evolve)
FlareonUse Fire Stone: Evolve from Eevee
(Partner Eevee will not be able to Evolve)

Catch Candy

  • Courage Candy (Sp. Def +1)
Check out Candies Efficiently, Uses & Effects

Pokedex Entry

Pokedex Information & Description

NoWeightHeight
1336.5kg0.3m

Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to the environment in which it lives. Radiation from various stones causes this Pokémon to evolve.

Eevee - Move Sets

Moves Learnt by Levelling Up

Move
Level
Type
Category
PowAccPP
Growl
Learnt at Lv.1
Normal Icon
-10040
Tail Whip
Learnt at Lv.3
Normal Icon
-10030
Quick Attack
Learnt at Lv.6
Normal Icon
4010030
Double Kick
Learnt at Lv.10
Fighting Icon
3010030
Sand Attack
Learnt at Lv.14
Ground Icon
-10015
Bite
Learnt at Lv.17
dark Icon
6010025
Swift
Learnt at Lv.21
Normal Icon
60-20
Take Down
Learnt at Lv.24
Normal Icon
908520
Double-Edge
Learnt at Lv.28
Normal Icon
12010015
Helping Hand
Learnt at Lv.31
Normal Icon
--20

Moves Learnt by Using TMs

Move
Level
Type
Category
PowAccPP
Headbutt
Learnt at TM01
Normal Icon
7010015
Helping Hand
Learnt at TM03
Normal Icon
--20
Rest
Learnt at TM05
Psychic Icon
--10
Protect
Learnt at TM07
Normal Icon
--10
Substitute
Learnt at TM08
Normal Icon
--10
Reflect
Learnt at TM09
Psychic Icon
--20
Dig
Learnt at TM10
Ground Icon
8010010
Facade
Learnt at TM12
Normal Icon
7010020
Iron Tail
Learnt at TM19
Steel Icon
1007515
Toxic
Learnt at TM27
Poison Icon
-9010
Shadow Ball
Learnt at TM43
Ghost Icon
8010015
Pay Day
Learnt at TM57
Normal Icon
4010020

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