Eevee (Duel 57)

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Eevee
イーブイ Eievui
EeveeDuel57.png
Evolution stage 1
Figure name Eevee
Move Points 3
Type
Normal Unknown
Version 3.0.0
Rarity Rare
ID 57
Price 1800Pokemon Duel Material.png
Shiny variant
ShinyEeveeDuel512.png
Version 5.0.6
ID 512
Price N/A
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Eevee.

Eevee (Japanese: イーブイ Eievui) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was added in version 3.0.0. A Shiny version of this figure was added in version 5.0.6.

Abilities

Version 3.0.12

Spontaneous Evolution
Whenever this Pokémon moves from the P.C. to the bench, it can evolve.


Version 3.0.0 - 3.0.11

None


Attack wheel

Version 3.0.12

Dodge かわす 8 pt.
 
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Tackle たいあたり 24 pt.
 
30
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Focus Energy きあいだめ 28 pt.
 
Spin again until an Attack other than Focus Energy is spun. Damage Attacks deal ×2 damage.
Quick Attack でんこうせっか 16 pt.
 
20
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Dodge かわす 12 pt.
 
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Miss ミス 8 pt.
 
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Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 3.0.0 - 3.0.11

Dodge かわす 8 pt.
 
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Tackle たいあたり 24 pt.
 
30
{{{effect}}}
Focus Energy きあいだめ 28 pt.
 
Spin again until an Attack other than Focus Energy is spun. Damage Attacks deal ×2 damage.
Tackle たいあたり 16 pt.
 
20
{{{effect}}}
Dodge かわす 12 pt.
 
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 8 pt.
 
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Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Trivia

Origin

This figure is based on Next Quest Eevee. Tackle and Focus Energy are both moves in the Pokémon games that Eevee can learn; the latter is part of its moveset only in Pokémon Yellow, Gold, and Silver.

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