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Pokemon Sun And Moon Guide: Eevee Evolution & How To Get Sylveon

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Pokemon Sun And Moon Guide: Eevee Evolution & How To Get Sylveon

Ready for the Switch version of Pokemoon Sun and Moon? Though Nintendo has not revealed the details of the game, this gives avid players more time to play the Nintendo 3DS version. Here is a comprehensive Pokemon Sun and Moon guide on Pokemon evolution, particularly on how to find Sylveon and evolve Eevee.

How To Get Slyveon

Sylveon is a fairy-type Pokemon. In this Pokemon Sun and Moon guide, there is only one thing Pokemon trainers need to do to get Sylveon: that is to find Eevee. Lurk around the grass in Route 4 or Route 6 until Eevee shows up. Just continue to attack the Pokemon until its health goes down in order to capture it.

Now that you’ve got an Eevee, the next process included in this Pokemon Sun and Moon guide is quite tricky. It’s not the usual levelling up style that works on other species. To get Sylveon, go into Pokemon Refresh. Here, work on increasing Eevee’s affection rating to two. Keep on petting Eevee and feed it beans until it gets two hearts. Once the affection rating is high, take the Eevee into battle, and it will turn into a Sylveon when it levels up.

Pokemon Sun and Moon Guide: Who Is Sylveon?

Some of Eevee’s final forms include Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon, Leafeon, and Glaceon. Sylveon is a Pokemon covered in cream-colored fur. It has pinkish feet, ears, and tail. Its sweet features are embellished with two bows on its body, one at its left ear and another around the neck. The furry pinkish tail of the Sylveon is slightly crescent in shape.

The Sylveon emits a soothing aura from its feelers to calm fights. The ribbon-like feelers charm its enemies, directing them to not fight anymore. It also uses its feelers to hold hands with its trainer.

The name Sylveon comes from a combination of sylph, a fantasy creature described as an invisible entity of the air. Or sylvan, a word derived from its association with forests or woodlands. While Eon is a suffix used to all Eevee evolutions who share its prototype name. Nymphia is from the root word nymph, a deity who exists in Greek mythology.

Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon is now available for the Nintendo 3DS. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.

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