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Vee

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Vee
ブイ Vui
Poké Ball
Vee.png
Debuts in Blame it on Eevee
Caught in Meanvile...Vileplume!
Caught at Outskirts of Celadon City
Evolves in Prior to Forretress of Solitude
Gender Male
Ability Synchronize
Nature Mild
Current location With Red
Eevee Espeon
This Pokémon spent an unknown number of rounds as Eevee.

Vee (Japanese: ブイ Vui) is a Pokémon owned by Red in the Pokémon Adventures manga.

History

As an Eevee with its temporary evolutions

Vee is an Eevee that was experimented on by Team Rocket, thereby gaining the ability to freely change from an Eevee into any of its three Generation I evolutions (Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon) and back.

Vee first appeared in Blame it on Eevee. When Red tried to challenge Erika, she stated that she wouldn't battle him unless he was able to capture a Pokémon of her choice, an Eevee. Red, with the help of Bill, tried to battle Vee, but for every Pokémon that was sent out Vee would turn into the Eeveelution that had a type advantage over it. This ability confused both of them at first, but Bill eventually figured out the ability, and Red managed to discover a way to keep Vee from sensing the type of Pokémon sent out. Red was thus able to capture the Eevee. Realizing that his body had been experimented on to allow such an ability, Red took the Eevee to the Celadon Gym and connected it to a healing machine to allow him to recover. Just then, Erika appeared once again, and feigned being a member of Team Rocket to force Red to fight for him. Despite Saur, Poli, and Pika's best efforts, Erika was able to counter their abilities one by one with her variety of movesets, and then approached Vee, saying that if she disconnects him now, he would surely take his last breath. Red, evoking his deepest desire to defend the poor Pokémon, had Pika use a Substitute clone to distract Erika while having him guard the healing machine. Erika, impressed with their valiance, revealed herself to be an ally of the "good" Gym Leaders he had met before, and not only awarded Red the Rainbow Badge but also allowed him to keep Vee.

Vee was later used alongside Red's other Pokémon to battle Team Rocket members who were pursuing Articuno in the Seafoam Islands, which they ultimately failed to defend. Soon afterwards, Red sent Vee into storage after restoring Aero in Cinnabar Island. It was later discovered that when Red had sent him to Professor Oak, Vee had been captured by Team Rocket again. Later on, Red rescued Vee in The Winged Legends, after the evil Sabrina had no use for him, as she had now obtained the merged legendary birds. Two years later, Red also used Vee to battle Bruno on Cerise Island, taking advantage of his ability to change into his evolutions, which was enhanced through the three Vermilion Harbor evolutionary stones he obtained from Giovanni. A combination of its powers as Vaporeon and Jolteon allowed Red to take the win.

Vee was used on Red's test to become Viridian City's Gym Leader, defeating the last of the Association's Pokémon, Porygon2. It was his first appearance as an Espeon, and although he was not identified as Vee, Red expressed that he clearly had much trust in the Pokémon. Red later explained to Sabrina that the Pokémon was in fact Vee but that he had lost his ability to change into his Fire, Water, and Electric-type evolutions upon evolving into Espeon. Though it had now become a normal Espeon, Red still preferred it this way that it isn't burdened by the sufferings of his past any longer.

Much later, Vee is seen interacting with Ditty in the Battle Frontier following Guile Hideout's defeat.

Moves used

As Vaporeon

Vee Vaporeon Bite.png
Using Bite
Move First Used In
Water Gun Blame it on Eevee
Bite Clefabulous Clefable
Acid Armor Clefabulous Clefable
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

As Jolteon

Vee Jolteon ThunderShock.png
Using Thunder Shock
Move First Used In
Thunder Shock Blame it on Eevee
Pin Missile Clefabulous Clefable
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

As Flareon

Vee Flareon Flamethrower.png
Using Flamethrower
Move First Used In
Flamethrower Blame it on Eevee
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

As Espeon

Vee Psych Up.png
Using Psych Up
Move First Used In
Morning Sun Forretress of Solitude
Psychic Forretress of Solitude
Psych Up The Last Battle X
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Red uses an Espeon in the Generation II games Gold, Silver, and Crystal, as well as in Round 2 of Pokémon Stadium 2. In Round 1 of Stadium 2, he uses a Jolteon.

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal Pokémon Stadium 2
Round 1 Round 2
Spr 2c 196.gif
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Held item:
None
Espeon Lv.73
Mud-Slap
Ground
Swift
Normal
Reflect
Psychic
Psychic
Psychic
135.png
Type:
Electric Unknown
Held item:
King's Rock
Jolteon Lv.50-100
Thunder
Electric
Bite
Dark
Thunder Wave
Electric
Quick Attack
Normal
196.png
Type:
Psychic Unknown
Held item:
King's Rock
Espeon Lv.50-100
Psychic
Psychic
Bite
Dark
Reflect
Psychic
Hidden Power
Normal

Trivia

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon’s species, see Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, and Espeon.


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