Pokemon Quest takes the classic Pokemon recipe in an all-new lightweight, free-to-play direction, but there's still enough pocket monster collecting and evolving to keep series fans happy. Players making their way through Pokemon will eventually want to fill out their Pokedex with all creatures, but evolving Eevee into either Jolteon, Flareon, or Vaporeon takes some special consideration. Keep reading to learn how to evolve Eevee in Pokemon Quest, including its evolution level and the method for acquiring each of its evolved forms.
How To Evolve Eevee in Pokemon Quest
Every Pokemon in Pokemon Quest evolves at a different level, and Eevee is no different. However, the method in which Eevee evolves is unique when compared to most of the game's creatures: depending on which Power Stones Eevee has equipped when it reaches level 36, it can turn into either Vaporeon, Flareon, or Jolteon.
When Eevee is approaching the evolution level, have a look at which Power Stones it has equipped: to evolve Eevee into Vaporeon, make sure it has more HP Stones than Attack Stones equipped. To have it evolve into Flareon, ensure that more Attack Stones are equipped. Lastly, to have Eevee evolve into Jolteon, either equip an equal number of both HP and Attack Stones or unequip all Attack and HP Stones.
It might be a different sort of process, but evolving Eevee into different creatures is easy once the method is known. Players who want to learn more about creature evolutions should check out our guide to evolution levels and evolved forms in Pokemon Quest, and those looking to make the most out of the game's cooking mechanics can learn in our guide to Pokemon Quest cooking ingredients and recipes.