Serena's Sylveon

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Serena's Eevee
セレナのイーブイ Serena's Eievui
Poké Ball
Serena Eevee.png
Serena's Eevee
Debuts in The Frocking Find in the Flowers!
Caught at Route 17
Gender Female
Ability Unknown
Current location With Serena
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Eevee Mika Kanai N/A

Serena's Eevee (Japanese: セレナのイーブイ Serena's Eievui) is the second Pokémon caught by Serena and her third overall.


Serena and Eevee

Eevee first appeared in The Frocking Find in the Flowers!, a shy Pokémon which liked to perform on a stage-like rock. It was first spotted by Bonnie, Serena, and some of their Pokémon. Eevee soon ran away after noticing their presence. Eevee was next spotted, saving Serena's life by calling out to her to prevent her from walking off a cliff. In return for saving her life, Serena left her flower crown for Eevee to wear, which was not taken until night. Eevee later approached Clemont, his Pokémon, and Bonnie, who had laid out Poké Puffs to lure it in. While Bunnelby noticed Eevee take one of the Poké Puffs, it gave Eevee a chance to get away with the food, leaving Chespin to take the blame.

That same night Eevee was spotted on the stage-like rock again, performing its dance. It was being watched by Serena, Braixen, and Pancham. After a performance by Serena, Eevee revealed itself to the group, only to be caught by Team Rocket. Serena and Ash managed to get Eevee out of the trap Team Rocket placed it in, so Jessie, Meowth, and Wobbuffet tried to run after it but Serena, Pancham, and Braixen blocked the way. Jessie's Gourgeist was told to use Seed Bomb onto Serena and her Pokémon. She was saved by Eevee's Protect. After Team Rocket was sent blasting off again, Eevee gladly joined Serena.

Eevee dazzled at Serena's performance

In Tag Team Inspiration!, Serena met up with Shauna again, who informed her about the various Pokémon that Eevee can evolve into. Later, Serena used Eevee in a Pokémon battle for the first time, in order to help it get over its shyness, where it battled against Ash's Pikachu and Tierno's Blastoise along with Shauna's Ivysaur. During the battle, Eevee got targeted by Pikachu's Thunderbolt. Frightened by the attack Eevee was unable to move and fell. At the last moment, however, the attack was blocked by Ivysaur's Razor Leaf. After this and seeing how everyone was rooting for it, Eevee gained the courage to fight. Eevee then managed to dodge Blastoise's Water Gun and utilized its dance moves to confuse Blastoise, before hitting it with Swift. Inspired by Eevee's dance moves, Serena called the battle off in order to practice them for her performance.

In XY090, Serena released Eevee out of its Poké Ball to watch her performance. It was scared by the amount of people near it, but soon calmed down after Clemont released Bunnelby in order to keep it company and less nervous. During the Theme Performance, it expressed interest in the first half of the Showcase, but was suddenly surprised after Jessie's free performance's ending fireworks, causing it to run away to the lobby and hide under one of the benches in fright. At first it was hesitant to go to Serena's call but after gaining some nerve, it ran out from its hiding spot in a hurry to Serena, whom happily embraced it. Prompting its trainer to hurry back, it watched along with the others in excitement as Serena did her Free Performance with Braixen and Pancham. After the performance, it expressed its interest in one day performing with Serena and the team on stage as well.

In XY094, Eevee caught the interest of a Quilladin, but did not reciprocate it's feelings and expressed discomfort instead. Eevee blocked it's attempts of "love" using Protect before Serena's Pancham and Chespin began defending it. After both Pokemon were brushed off Eevee was revealed to have known Double Team, using it as a way to hide itself from it's unwanted pursuer and unintentionally making it faint. Due to the forwardness of it's admirer Eevee reverted to it's timid personality, scurrying behind Serena away from Pancham and Chespin to their dismay, and the fainted Quilladin. It expressed disinterest in Quiladin's attempt at winning it's love by battling Pancham and Chespin, preferring to rest instead. Eevee was soon drawn away along with Bunnebly, Dedenne, and Puni-chan by a trap laid out by Team Rocket but escaped thanks to Bunnebly and eventually reunited with Serena and the others. It rejected Quilladin's affection for the last time after defeating Team Rocket, refusing to take it's gift.

Personality and characteristics

While Eevee loves to dance, it has a timid personality and is easily scared by new people or Pokémon as shown in it's debut and in XY094 when a Quilladin had fallen in love with Eevee, but frightened it instead. When scared, it tends to hide behind its Trainer or Clemont's Bunnelby or freeze up and immediately run away out of its nervousness. It tries to overcome its timidness as it attempts to warm up to the other Pokémon of the team as shown in Tag Team Inspiration!, but to a limited success as it shies away from Chespin’s accidental outburst. This trait led it to hesitate during its Tag Battle in Tag Team Inspiration!, until it was inspired by Tierno, his Blastoise, and their dancing. Adapting its dance moves to its battle style, Eevee became an agile fighter capable of dodging many attacks and making unpredictable movements.

Eevee is shown to have a passion for dance, liking to perform its moves on a stage-like rock prior to its capture, although it only performed alone away from others. It was dazzled after seeing Serena’s performance in XY090, sparking its interest to perform along with Serena and the rest of the team.

Moves used

Serena Eevee Swift.png
Using Swift
Move First Used In
Protect The Frocking Find in the Flowers!
Swift The Frocking Find in the Flowers!
Double Team XY094
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


Related articles

  • For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Eevee.

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