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Mikey

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Mikey and his Eevee

Mikey (Japanese: タイチ Taichi) is a character of the day in The Battling Eevee Brothers. His Japanese voice actress is Yumi Tōma and his English voice actress is Kayzie Rogers.

In the anime

All of Mikey's brothers fight over how Mikey should evolve his Eevee. Despite the fact that all his brothers want to see him train an Eeveelution as well, he prefers keeping his Eevee just the way it is. He doesn't have the courage to tell his older brothers this, but after some advice from Misty, he decides to try anyway. His brothers eventually come to accept Mikey's choice, and it actually seems to bring them closer together as brothers.

Pokémon

Mikey's Eevee
Eevee
Mikey trains an Eevee which only appeared in The Battling Eevee Brothers, at first Mikey was too embarrassed of what his brothers may think, but later he found out it was his choice to evolve it. It first appeared in a nearby forest where Ash and his friends found it tied up inside a hollow tree with just water and Pokémon food, they found out on its collar that it lives in Stone Town so Misty picked it up to find its real owner. They found the Eevee brothers which told them their younger brother Mikey was the owner, it eventually found Mikey. It was then revealed that the brothers wanted Mikey to evolve his Eevee into its different forms, he didn't want to evolve it and tried to hide it. Misty told him to stand up to his brother about how he feels.

Suddenly Team Rocket appear stealing it and all the other Pokémon including the stones. They eventually find Team Rocket from the leaking petrol and are able to free all the Pokémon except for Eevee, with the help of the Eevee Brothers they free Eevee, and with a powerful Rage Tackle along with the other Pokémon they are able to send Team Rocket blasting off. After the battle Mikey tells the brothers that he does not want to evolve Eevee which the brother understands that it is his choice. It is lastly seen in a picture which was taken.

Eevee's known moves are a move called Rage Tackle and Take Down.

Debut The Battling Eevee Brothers

In the Electric Tale of Pikachu manga

Mikey and his Eevee

Mikey wanted to join the Knights of the Evolution Stone like his brothers did. Rainer, Pyro and Sparky told Mikey the only way for him to join the Knights of the E Stone was to evolve Eevee. Mikey proved he didn't need to evolve his Eevee by defeating his brothers in a battle. In "Electric Pikachu Boogaloo" a boy closely resembling Mikey (though his Eevee is not present) can be seen on one of the large screens in the Indigo Plateau stadium area, suggesting that Mikey perhaps went on to enter the Pokemon League, and made it to Indigo Plateau.

Pokémon

Mikey's Eevee
Eevee
Mikey owns an Eevee that was supposed to be evolved for the Knights of the Evolution Stone. Mikey uses his Eevee against the battle with Sparky's Jolteon.

Eevee's known moves are Tackle, Reflect, and Mimic.

Debut To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That Is the Question!

Trivia

  • Mikey's hair resembles the fluffy part of an Eevee's neck that looks like a collar.


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