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Where To Find Eevee In Pokemon Sword & Shield

Where To Catch Eevee In Pokemon Sword & Shield
You can get Eevee near the start of the game but if you miss it, you can still find out Where To Find Eevee In Pokemon Sword & Shield in our latest guide for the hugely popular Nintendo Switch release of one of the biggest franchises in media.

Eevee has long been a popular figure in the Pokemon universe. Eevee has a lot of different evolution possibilities, such as Espeon and Umbreon, each of which brings a different type and moveset to the battlefield. This allows Eevee to adapt as it evolves, providing a different set of potential attributes depending on what best suits your parties requirements at the time.

Where To Find & Catch Eevee In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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Eevee can be found on route 4 during any time of the day. It can be rare and difficult to see due to the yellow grass in the area. Try to keep an eye out for the brown ears poking up above the grass. Run down to the town and back if you don’t see one.

Where to find Eevee and Pikachu

Eevee’s base form isn’t overly tough. It’s quick and can pack a bit of a punch but its HP and defenses are usually low enough to kill it in a couple of hits. It’s a Normal type so you can use any Pokemon against it and you should be fine. As with catching any other Pokemon, you can lower its HP and perhaps inflict a status effect to increase your chances, if you’re struggling to catch one.

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