A Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Eevee Evolution Guide

Updated on June 26, 2018
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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Eevee Evolution Guide
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As you may already know, eevee is the only pokémon that is capable of evolving into many different forms with a variety of elemental types. Currently, there are eight possible evolutionary forms for eevee and they are called the "eeveelutions!"

Both Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon feature the various eeveelutions. This guide will explain how players can obtain eevee and evolve it into its eeveelutions! Catch them all and become the best pokémon master!

Everything You Need to Know About Eevee's Eeveelutions

1. How to Obtain Eevee

2. An Eeveelution Chart

3. How to Evolve Eevee Into Each Eeveelution

  • Flareon
  • Jolteon
  • Vaporeon
  • Espeon
  • Umbreon
  • Glaceon
  • Leafeon
  • Sylveon

4. Which Eeveelution Is Best?


How to Obtain Eevee

Eevee is a normal-type pokémon. In order to obtain eevee in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, you have to visit the Paniola Nursery in Paniola Town on Akala Island and talk to the woman behind the counter. She’ll ask you if you want a pokémon egg. Answer “Yes,” and she will give you the egg. Walk with it for a while and it will eventually hatch into an eevee.

Alternatively, you can go to Route 4 and Route 6 to catch a wild eevee yourself or trade with other players online at the Festival Plaza.

Eevee is a normal-type pokémon that can evolve into many different types of pokémon.
Eevee is a normal-type pokémon that can evolve into many different types of pokémon.

The Eevee Evolution Chart

Fire
Electric
Water
Psychic
Dark
Ice
Grass
Fairy
Flareon
Jolteon
Vaporeon
Espeon
Umbreon
Glaceon
Leafeon
Sylveon
This chart lists each eeveelution alongside its corresponding element.

How to Evolve Eevee Into Its Elemental Eeveelutions

Evolve Eevee Into Flareon

Flareon is a fire-type pokémon. It’s an extremely hot and fiery creature. When it hunts for food, it makes sure that its prey is charred until it’s well-done.

In order to evolve an eevee into a flareon, you will need to use a fire stone on your eevee. You can find a fire stone in Diglett’s Tunnel on Akala Island. Dig it up with your pokémon at Isle Aphun on Poké Pelago, or purchase it from the shop at Konikoni City on Akala Island for ₽3,000.

Flareon is eevee's fire-type evolutionary form.
Flareon is eevee's fire-type evolutionary form.

Evolve Eevee Into Jolteon

Jolteon is an electric-type pokémon. It’s a very speedy and electrifying creature. The cells in its body are capable of generating copious amounts of electricity, and its needle-like fur amplifies the electricity to reach power levels that are strong enough to create several mighty lightning bolts.

You will need to use a thunder stone on an eevee in order to evolve it into a jolteon. You can obtain a thunder stone from an old man on Route 9 on Akala Island, dig it up with your pokémon at Isle Aphun on Poké Pelago, or purchase it from the shop at Konikoni City on Akala Island for ₽3,000.

Jolteon is an electric-type eeveelution.
Jolteon is an electric-type eeveelution.

Evolve Eevee Into Vaporeon

Vaporeon is a water-type pokémon. It’s a marvelously fluid and adaptable creature. After undergoing a spontaneous mutation that allowed it to grow fins and gills, it manifested the ability to control water and dwell within it.

In order to evolve an eevee into a vaporeon, you need to use a water stone on it. You can find a water stone on the sea side area of Route 8 on Akala Island, dig it up with your pokémon at Isle Aphun on Poké Pelago, or purchase it from the shop at Konikoni City on Akala Island for ₽3,000.

Vaporeon is a water-type eeveelution!
Vaporeon is a water-type eeveelution!

Evolve Eevee Into Espeon

Espeon is a psychic-type pokémon. It’s a dazzlingly elegant and intuitive creature. The velvety fur on its body surface acts as a conduit for its psychic powers. It is said that espeons are very loyal to their chosen trainers. In fact, an espeon's ability to predict the future is rumored to have manifested because of its infallible loyalty and desire to protect.

In order to evolve an eevee into an espeon, you have to maximize its friendship levels with you and train it solely during daytime hours. This pokémon is associated with the sun, so it is important that you train your eevee during daylight hours to help it evolve into an espeon.

Espeon is a psychic-type eeveelution that is strongly associated with the sun!
Espeon is a psychic-type eeveelution that is strongly associated with the sun!

Evolve Eevee Into Umbreon

Umbreon is a dark-type pokémon. It’s a stylishly sleek and mysterious creature. Darkness and the moon’s energy pulses aid umbreon during its skirmishes. As a result, the ring patterns on its body glow when it strikes during the dead of the night. When threatened, it can also spray deadly sweat from it pores.

In order to evolve an eevee into an umbreon, you have to maximize its friendship levels with you and train it solely at night.

Umbreon is a dark-type eeveelution.
Umbreon is a dark-type eeveelution.

Evolve Eevee Into Glaceon

Glaceon is an Ice-type pokémon. It’s an impressively cold and stoic creature. Its ability to freely control its own body temperature enables it to create ice out of the surrounding air. It then uses the ice it created as a tool for its sharp offense and rigid defense.

In order to evolve an eevee into a glaceon, you will need to interact with the ice rock found at Mount Lanakila on Ula’ula Island and level it up in the surrounding area. Alternatively, you can just give your eevee a rare candy after it touches the ice rock and that sequence of actions will enable your eevee to evolve into a glaceon.

Glaceon is an ice-type eeveelution!
Glaceon is an ice-type eeveelution!

Evolve Eevee Into Leafeon

Leafeon is a grass-type pokémon. It’s a superbly peaceful and sunny creature. Since it’s leafy in appearance and structure, it derives its sustenance from the sun. It purifies the air and leaves the surrounding environment in a pristine state everywhere it goes.

In order to evolve an eevee into a leafeon, you need to interact with the moss rock that's found at Lush Jungle on Akala Island, and level it up in the surrounding area. Alternatively, you can just give your eevee a rare candy after it touches the moss rock.

Leafeon is a grass-type pokémon.
Leafeon is a grass-type pokémon.

Evolve Eevee Into Sylveon

Sylveon is a fairy-type pokémon. It’s a majestically charismatic and calm creature. The ribbon-like feelers it possesses not only serve as an aesthetic detail to its charming personality, but also emit a soothing aura that wards off hostility and maliciousness.

In order to evolve an eevee into a sylveon, you have to increase its affection for you by two levels and allow it to learn a fairy-type move.

Sylveon is a fairy-type eeveelution.
Sylveon is a fairy-type eeveelution.

Which Eeveelution Is Best?

As with all pokémon, there isn't really a solid way to determine which eeveelution is best because all pokemon have weaknesses and strengths, especially when it comes to battling. For example, a flareon would most likely beat a leafeon in a battle because grass-type pokémon are weak against fire-type pokémon. However, flareon would probably lose in a battle against a vaporeon.

Determining which eeveelution is best for you really depends on your preferences and your personal in-game goals. However, if you've got your heart set on becoming an eeveelution master, Bulbapedia has some great information to help a budding eevee trainer navigate their eeveelution goals.

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      PokeGirl 

      2 months ago

      I have every eeveultion but one Espeon

    • Cheeky Kid profile imageAUTHOR

      Cheeky Kid 

      5 months ago from Milky Way

      @Ellis There is no level requirement for eevee. You only need to satisfy certain conditions.

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      Ellis 

      5 months ago

      What level does it usually evolve?

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      Bella Morgan 

      5 months ago

      This is so easy to figure out. It's so straight forward and easy to understand. I love how they explained how to evolve them.

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      Nat 

      6 months ago

      Awesome and straight-forward.

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      Alexis 

      8 months ago

      Great and straight-forward guide. I do feel that getting the eevee evolutions have gotten easier in some games.

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