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Where to find Eevee in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet


where to find eevee in pokemon scarlet and violet

They’re adorable! (pic: Nintendo)

Eevee is listed as ‘rarely seen’ in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet but you should be able to catch one if you know where to look.

Given that Eevee is one of the most popular and cutest pokémon of all time, it’s no surprise to learn that they are a part of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet – even if they’re rarely seen in the wild

Eevee doesn’t always appear on the mini-map when you’re near it, which obviously causes some problems, but it doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to find.

Even though you might not see it roaming as freely as Lechonk, there are three locations in Paldea where you’ll be sure to encounter one. 

If you’ve met an Eevee before then go to its page in the Pokédex and you should be able to see that it lives near towns and cities, so that should be your first clue. 

However, to make things way easier for you, the three most likely locations that Eevee spawns in are: 

Northwest of Medali in West Province 
West of Cortondo in South Province 
On the route leading to the Pokémon League northwest of Mesagoza

Keep your eyes peeled for an Eevee in these spots (pic: The Pokémon Company)

Still, Eevee is a rare spawn, so you might find yourself looking for a while, even when you’re at these locations.  

Amongst these three spots, the plains to the northwest of Medali seem like the most reliable option if you’re around halfway into the game, in comparison to the route leading to Pokémon League. 

Don’t be too distracted by any group spawning spots either, as Eevee usually spawns on its own. 

If you don’t get lucky on your first attempt, you can try to get an Eevee to spawn by leaving and coming back to the area, for example, try going to a distant town and then travel straight back to where you were. 

This trick will cause the area to reload, and you’ll be presented with a new variety of local pokémon spawns. 

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There’s always the alternative of hatching your very own Eevee if you’ve got the patience for it, as its evolutions can be found in the games.

For example, if you have a Vaporeon and a Flareon of differing genders, take out the picnic table from the storage. This will cause them to breed and eventually lay an egg, from which a baby Eevee will hatch. 

If you manage to get yourself an Eevee, one way or the other, you might want to duplicate them using a newly-discovered farming exploit – though you should be quick to do so, before it gets patched up.  

After all, Eevee is quite a useful pokémon to have as it can evolve into …read more

Source:: Metro

      

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