List of Eevee facts:-
Eevee is a Pokémon species in Nintendo’s Pokémon franchise.
Eevee is a Normal-type Pokémon, meaning it has no inherent strengths or weaknesses against any particular type of Pokémon.
Eevee first appeared in the original Pokémon games, Pokémon Red and Green, which were released in Japan in 1996.
Eevee’s name is derived from the word “evolve,” as it has the unique ability to evolve into several different Pokémon depending on certain conditions.
Eevee’s first three evolutions were introduced in the first generation of Pokémon games: Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon.
Eevee can also evolve into five additional forms in later generations of Pokémon games: Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon.
Eevee’s evolutions are determined by various factors, such as using a particular type of evolution stone, leveling up with high friendship, or evolving in a certain area of the game.
Eevee is a quadrupedal mammalian Pokémon with brown fur, large ears, and a fluffy tail.
Eevee has a cream-colored collar around its neck and its fur is slightly longer around its head and on the tips of its ears.
Eevee has black eyes with white pupils, and it has small pink paw pads on its feet.
Eevee has a height of 1’00” (0.3m) and a weight of 14.3 lbs (6.5 kg).
Eevee’s Pokédex number is #133.
Eevee is a popular Pokémon among fans due to its unique ability to evolve into many different forms.
Eevee has appeared in numerous Pokémon games, as well as in the Pokémon anime, manga, and merchandise.
Eevee has also appeared in the Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games as a playable character, using its various evolutions as part of its moveset.
Eevee has several signature moves, including Quick Attack, Bite, and Swift.
In the Pokémon games, Eevee is often given to the player as a starter Pokémon in certain games or as a gift from various characters.
Eevee has also appeared in various spin-off Pokémon games, such as Pokémon GO and Pokémon Conquest.
Eevee has a unique Z-Move in the Pokémon Sun and Moon games called “Extreme Evoboost,” which boosts all of its stats and the stats of its allies on the battlefield.
Eevee has been featured on various pieces of Pokémon merchandise, including plush toys, keychains, and clothing.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga, a main character named Red has an Eevee that he eventually evolves into several different forms.
Eevee’s popularity has led to it being featured in various media outside of the Pokémon franchise, such as in the Japanese anime series, “Kemono Friends.”
Eevee was one of the first Pokémon to have its own line of dedicated merchandise, including its own trading cards and figurines.
Eevee’s evolutions have appeared as gym leaders and elite four members in various Pokémon games, such as Koga’s daughter, Janine, who uses an all-Eevee team in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
In the Pokémon Trading Card Game, Eevee has appeared in various sets and expansions, often with multiple different evolutions included in the same card.
Eevee’s name in Japanese is “Eievui,” which is a combination of the words for “evolution” and “cute.”
Eevee’s ability to evolve into multiple forms has been compared to real-life phenomena such as metamorphosis and adaptive radiation.
Eevee has appeared in various episodes of the Pokémon anime, often as a cute and friendly Pokémon that helps the main characters on their adventures.
In the Pokémon Let’s Go games, the player can ride on Eevee’s back and use it to explore the game’s world.
Eevee has a hidden ability called Anticipation, which alerts the player when an opponent’s Pokémon has a move that could be super effective against it.
Eevee has a unique evolution in the Pokémon GO mobile game, where it can evolve into one of its various forms depending on the name given to it by the player.
Eevee has also appeared in various Pokémon manga series, such as “Pocket Monsters Special” and “Electric Tale of Pikachu.”
Eevee has been featured in various promotional events and collaborations, such as a special McDonald’s Happy Meal promotion in 2019.
In the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series of games, the player can play as an Eevee and choose which evolution they want to become later in the game.
Eevee has been featured in various Pokémon spin-off games, such as Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Snap.
Eevee’s unique ability to evolve into multiple forms has led to various theories and speculation about its origins and biology among fans and researchers.
Eevee has appeared as a non-playable character in various Pokémon games, such as a pet that can be interacted with in the player’s bedroom in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness.
In the Pokémon TCG, Eevee has been featured in various card rarities and special sets, such as shiny and full art cards.
Eevee has been featured in various Pokémon merchandise outside of Japan, such as in the United States, Europe, and Australia.
Eevee’s various evolutions have been featured in various Pokémon spin-off media, such as the “Pokémon Adventures” manga and the “Pokémon Chronicles” anime series.
Eevee’s evolutions have different types, such as Vaporeon being a Water-type and Flareon being a Fire-type.
Eevee’s evolutions have different stats and movepools, allowing them to fill different roles on a team in the Pokémon games.
Eevee has a Mega Evolution in the Pokémon X and Y games, called Mega Eevee, which increases its Defense and Special Defense stats.
Eevee has appeared in various Pokémon crossover media, such as in the Super Mario Maker games as a playable costume.
Eevee has a regional variant in the Galar region, called “Galarian Eevee,” which has a different appearance and can evolve into a new form called “Sylveon-Plus.”
Eevee’s evolutions have been featured in various Pokémon movies, such as Jolteon and Vaporeon appearing in “Pokémon: The First Movie” and Sylveon appearing in “Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened.”
Eevee’s evolutions have different abilities, such as Espeon having the ability Synchronize and Umbreon having the ability Inner Focus.
Eevee has a gender ratio of 87.5% male and 12.5% female.