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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolutions Guide – How to Evolve Eevee, Best Eevee Evolutions

In this Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolutions Guide, we will guide you on different evolutions of Eevee. Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are now out and it features the rare Pokemon Eevee along with its variety of evolutions.

We have curated this Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolutions Guide in which we have listed all different evolutions of Eevee and how you can evolve your Eevee into your favorite evolution form.

For more help on Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you can check out our Evolutions Guide, Mega Stones Locations Guide, and Roto Loto Guide.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolutions Guide

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolutions Guide details everything that you need to know about Eevee and its different evolution stages.

Eevee is a cat-like Pokemon that is known for its ability to have multiple evolutions each the outcome of the environment and the training bestowed upon it.

However, in order see these evolutions, you need, first of all, to obtain an Eevee. In Ultra Sun and Moon, you can find one in Paniola Town, in the nursery, where a woman behind the counter shall ask you to take an egg.

That egg will, later on, hatch into an Eevee. You can also catch wild Eevees on Route 4 and 6.

How to Evolve Eevee into Different Forms

There are eight different evolution stages of Eevee and each one is unique and comes with its own specific stats, abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. We have detailed each evolution stage below with their details and how you can evolve in that specific form.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolution into Jolteon, Flareon, Vaporeon, and Leafeon
These four evolution forms are the Starter Pokemon counters. Each one is a primary element and this allows them to fight against the starting Pokemon. Each of these four variations is unique. Jolteon is the Electric-type and you can evolve your Eevee into one by giving it a Thunder Stone.

Flareon is a fire-type and it requires a Fire Stone. Vaporeon is a water type and it requires a Water Stone. Leafeon is a Grass-type Pokemon and to evolve your Eevee in a Leafeon, you must level up near the Moss Rock.

Following are the eight known evolutions of Eevee, with their characteristics and ways of achieving them.

How to Evolve Eevee into Sylveon
It is a Fairy-type Pokémon with a majestic glow to it. Its beautiful ribbons not only add-up to its charm but also emit an aura that keeps hostile Pokémon and malicious being away.

For evolving your Eevee into a Sylveon, you must teach your Eevee a Fairy-type move and have two affection hearts.

Sylveon is strong against Dragon-Type Pokemon and weak against Poison and Steel-type Pokemon. It can also stall to gain health during battles. Essential moves that must be taught to the Sylveon are Moonblast and Calm Mind.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolution into Espeon
Espeon is a Psychic-Type Pokemon. It is an intuitive and friendly Pokémon and is known for its affection to the trainer. Its soft fur acts as a channel to its psychic abilities.

To achieve this evolved form, you must maximize friendship with your Eevee and then level it up during the daytime.

Espeon is a powerful Pokemon and you should try to have it on your team. Espeon has a very good all-rounder performance and it can easily take down a number of different types of Pokemon easily. It is also rumored to have the ability to see the future.

It is good against Fighting-types, Poison-types, and Ghost-types depending on the abilities you choose. You can teach your Espeon Grass Knot and Shadow Ball, which are excellent moves against different types of Pokemon.

How to Evolve Eevee into Glaceon
Glaceon is an Ice-type Pokémon that possess the ability to change its body temperature. This allows it to forge ice out of thin air and use it against the enemy and to defend itself.

This evolved form can be achieved by leveling up your Eevee near the Ice Rock. The ice rock is found on the Ula’ula Island on the Mount Lankila. You need to train the Eevee there after finding the rock in order to achieve this form.

It has relatively fewer moves than other evolved forms but it has a better defense as compared to other evolved forms. You must focus more on Spd. Atk while using a Glaceon as its main strength lies in these two aspects.

Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee Evolution into Umbreon
Umbreon is a Dark-Type Pokemon. It has mysterious ring and patterns all over its body that help it during the night. It takes its power from the moonlight and the dark. It also is known for its friendly nature and mystic ways.

To achieve this evolved form, you must maximize friendship with your Eevee and then level it up during the nighttime. Umbreon has the ability to heal other teammates in the battles if you teach it the right abilities.

It focuses majorly on physical attacks and most of Umbreon’s moves are based on physical attacks. You should opt for the Atk focused nature to make the most out of your Umbreon. Some important abilities to teach your Umbreon are Moonlight, Wish and Heal Bell.

Best Eevee Evolutions

  • Vaporeon
  • Glaceon
  • Umbreon
  • Espeon
  • Leafeon
  • Joltean

Jolteon
Jolteon is an Electric-type Pokémon known for its speed and agility. It uses its needle-like pointed fur to channel electricity produced by its cells. It then can harness that electricity in the form of numerous powerful electric bolts.

In order to evolve your Eevee into a Jolteon, you need to put it near a Thunder Stone. This stone can be obtained from an old man on Akala Island or you can dig it up at Isle Aphun, or buy it from the shop in Konikoni City.

Leafeon
Leafeon is a Grass-type Pokémon with a beautiful coat of green leaves across its body. And because of that, its sustenance comes from the sunlight and everywhere it goes, it leaves a mist of fresh air.

In order to evolve your Eevee into a Leafeon, you need to touch it with the Moss Stone found on Akala Island and then train it there. It is probably your best pick due to a great mix of attack and defense coupled with above average speed.

Flareon
It is a Fire-type Pokémon that is also capable of controlling its body temperature. It can raise its temperature to the extent that it can throw balls of fire and set Pokémon ablaze.

To evolve your Eevee into a Flareon, you need to use the Firestone that can easily be found in Diglett Tunnel or dig it up at Isle Aphun or purchase it in the shop in Konikoni City.

Flareon has good attack and great defense but given he has a bad move set, forcing you to work your way out of trouble with just Fire Fang, Iron Tail, Return, and Curse. However, it can be the TANK due to 130 in defense stat.

Vaporen
Vaporeon is a Water-type Pokémon with a majestic mermaid-like body that helps it dwell in water. It has the ability to control streams of water and fire jets at great speed.
To evolve your Eevee into a Vaporeon, you need the Water Stone found on Route 8. There on the coast of Akala Island, you shall find the rock and then by training your Eevee there, you can have a Vaporeon.

Jolteon is all about speed, Espeon can be used as a lead due to its Magic Bounce allowing him to reflect stealth-rock and other dangers encountered while entering the battle. Leafeon is probably your best pick due to a great mix of attack and defense coupled with above average speed.

If you are looking for someone in the defensive side of things, you can rely on Umbreon, who has huge defensive stats, good amount of HP along with a variety of walling moves such as toxic, curse, payback, moonlight and wish.

Flareon has good attack and great s-def but given he has a bad moveset, forcing you to work your way out of trouble with just fire fang, iron tail, return and curse. However, it can be the TANK due to 130 in defense stat but if you are looking for someone more hardcore to be in tanking role, look no further than Glaceon and Vaporeon.

Glaceon is best in hailstorm and Vaporeon not only has huge HP, it also has a great switch to water attack, thanks to water-absorb.

This concludes our Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon Eevee EvolutionsGuide. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below!