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- This article is about the deck archetype. For the evolution family based on Eevee, see Eeveelution. For the Preconstructed Theme Deck released with Skyridge, see Eeveelution.
The Eeveelutions deck archetype is a competitive Pokémon Trading Card Game deck, and was formerly popular for its diversity and strength against most other types of decks. It was also printed as a World Championships Deck.
The Eeveelutions deck holds its strength in the fact that it combines five different types into one deck. This allows for exploitation of almost any other deck's weakness. For instance, if Eeveelutions is facing a deck that mostly utilizes Fighting-type Pokémon, which are typically weak against Psychic-type, the player would take advantage of that weakness by evolving Eevee into Espeon ex as soon as possible. It is through this strategy that the deck is able to defeat many of the popular decks of that format.
The following Eevee evolutions are used in the deck:
Of course, Eevee is used in the deck because without it, the player would have a hard time getting their evolutions into play. The Trainers in the deck are virtually all geared toward rooting all the Eeveelutions out of the deck, such as Celio's Network. As for Energy, a typical Eeveelutions deck would use several Multi Energies, Holon Energies, and Double Rainbow Energies.
2006 World Championships Eeveelutions Deck
Eeveelutions is also the name of the deck used by Jimmy Ballard, Fifteen and Over Division Finalist in the 2006 World Championships. It is one of the four 2006 World Championships Decks, released on October 31st, 2006. Each deck comes packaged with a 2006 World Championships Booklet. Each card features a silver border, Ballard's signature, and limited edition 2006 World Championships back. None of the cards are tournament legal.
Jimmy Ballard took his own brand of Eevee to the finals, using its versatile evolutions to beat his opponents. He included each of Eevee's Pokémon-ex evolutions, combining powerful Pokémon, tricky tactics, and the opposing Pokémon's Weaknesses to win match after match!
The deck list below is based on Ballard's deck from the World Championships. A player may wish to change any part of this deck when building his or her own version.
The Eeveelutions deck has been removed from Pokémon Organized Play, due to the fact that most of its cards, including Eevee, have been rotated out of play.