Pokémon Go is hosting its second Eevee Community Day, which will span over a weekend from Aug. 13-16, 2021. Our Pokémon Go Eevee Community Day guide lists out the perks of Eevee’s Community Day, the exclusive moves Eevee’s evolutions learn, and the ways to make the most of your Community Day.
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There are several event perks that are available from Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. until Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. EDT. This includes the special attacks the Eevee evolutions learn and special Timed Research Tasks. During this period, Sylveon will only require seven hearts to evolve instead of 70.
The usual Community Day perks, like increased spawn and Shiny rate, will be active on Aug. 14 and Aug. 15 from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. in your local time.
How do I find a Shiny Eevee?
Community Day events have a heightened Shiny rate for the featured Pokémon, so if you’re playing, you should be able to find several Shiny Eevee. If you don’t have time to play all day, you can find a Shiny Eevee by popping an Incense, and tapping each Eevee that pops up. The Shiny rate on Community Days is approximately 1 in 25, according to The Silph Road’s research, so you should find a Shiny Eevee quickly.
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Eevee evolution names
There’s a naming trick to get the Eevee Evolution you want, guaranteed, but it only works once per evolution. The names are as follows:
Pokémon Go Eevee evolution names
Without the naming trick, the ways to get the Eevee evolution you want are a bit more complex. Flareon, Jolteon, and Vaporeon all evolve randomly when you evolve an Eevee. You need to walk with Umbreon and Espeon as your buddy Pokémon for 10 kilometers, and then evolved them during the night and day, respectively. You can only obtain Leafeon and Glaceon when they’re evolved near a Mossy or Glacial Lure, respectively. Sylveon normally requires earning 70 hearts as your buddy Pokémon, but this number has been reduced to 7 for the event.
There’s more information on evolving Eeveelutions in our guide.
Pokémon Go Eevee evolutions guide
To get a specific evolution, you can name your Eevee one of the following names, and it will evolve into the corresponding variant, guaranteed.
What Community Day moves do the Eevee evolutions learn?
When evolved any time from Aug. 13 at 1 p.m. until Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. EDT, your Eevee evolution will learn the following:
Vaporeon: ScaldJolteon: Zap CannonFlareon: SuperpowerEspeon: Shadow BallUmbreon: PsychicLeafeon: Bullet SeedGlaceon: Water PulseSylveon: Psyshock
In addition to this, any Eevee caught or hatched during the event will learn Last Resort.
Based on past years, if you miss the Community Day period, you’ll likely be able to evolve your Eevee during the December Community Weekend event to get its respective move. You can also use an Elite TM to teach legacy Community Day-only moves.
Pokémon Go guide: Elite TMs, Charged TMs, and Fast TMs, explained
To make the most powerful Pokémon in Pokémon Go, you’ll likely need to use the different types of TMs (Technical Machines) to give your Pokémon the best moves. Our Pokémon Go guide will talk about where to find and how to use Elite TMs, Charged TMs, and Fast TMs.
How do the Eevee evolutions do in battle?
For raiding, you’ll want Leafeon, Glaceon, and Sylveon. The best raid movesets for them are as follows:
Leafeon: Razor Leaf and Leaf BladeGlaceon: Frost Breath and AvalancheSylveon: Charm and Dazzling Gleam
For PvP, you’ll want an Umbreon and Sylveon for the differing tiers. Their best movesets are as follows:
Umbreon: Snarl with Last Resort and Foul PlaySylveon: Charm and Psyshock and Moonblast
You can also replace Last Resort on Umbreon with Psychic to win some matchups.
How do I make the most of Eevee Community Day?
Eggs will hatch in 1⁄4 the usual time if you put them in an Incubator during the event period, so you should definitely hatch any long-distance eggs you’ve been holding on to. Incense used during the event will also last a whopping three hours, so you should use one (if you have one) to increase your Eevee spawns further.
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