Espeon (Duel 530)

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エーフィ Eifie
Evolution stage 2
Figure name Espeon
Move Points 3
Psychic Unknown
Version 7.0.0
Rarity UX
ID 530
Price N/A
Shiny variant
Figure name Shiny Espeon
Version Unknown
ID 1
Price 5000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Espeon.

Espeon (Japanese: エーフィ Eifie) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 7.0.0.


Psychic Arrow サイコアロー
This Pokémon can MP move through your Pokémon and opposing Fighting-type and Poison-type Pokémon. If there are opposing Pokémon on all entry points, this Pokémon gains +1 MP.

Attack wheel

Duel Z-Move.png Shattered Psyche マキシマムサイブレイカー 96 pt.
If this Pokémon is on the field, this Pokémon moves to a point 3 steps away after battle.
Psyshock サイコショック 24 pt.
If the battle opponent is affected by a special condition or has Wait, the battle opponent is knocked out. The battle opponent gains Wait 3.
Dazzling Gleam* マジカルシャイン※ 32 pt.
*Opposing Pokémon adjacent to this Pokémon spin, and if they spin a Gold Attack, then they are knocked out.
Miss ミス 4 pt.
Quick Attack でんこうせっか 24 pt.
Dodge かわす 12 pt.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.



Psyshock, Dazzling Gleam, and Quick Attack are moves in the Pokémon games that Espeon can learn - Psyshock through TM03 and Dazzling Gleam through TM99. Shattered Psyche is a Z-Move in the games that Espeon can use by equipping Psychium Z.

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