Eevee Is Missing A Few Evolutions, So This Artist Made Them

Eevee Is Missing A Few Evolutions, So This Artist Made Them
Abz’s concept for a Dragon type Eeveelution, Drakeon. (Illustration: <a href="">Abz</a>)

Theoretically, the Pokémon Eevee can evolve into anything. It doesn’t have a set evolution; instead, you can use a variety of techniques to evolve it into different Pokémon types. Not all of the Pokémon types have official Eeveelutions for them yet, though. One fan has made designs for Eeveelutions for the Pokémon types haven’t been revealed yet, and I am in love with every single one of them.

Eevee is my favourite Pokémon. Not just because I love its big ears and brown fur, but because it contains a limitless potential. Eevee can be anything! Except, not actually in practice.

When Eevee first debuted in the first Pokémon game, it only had three evolutions—fire, water, and grass—which are the same types that the first three starter Pokémon have, and every set of starter Pokémon thereafter. Game Freak has been slowly but surely adding more types of Pokémon to the games, and Reddit user Abz has some ideas of their own for how Eevee might evolve into these different types someday. Abz has drawn concepts for all of these different Eeveelutions.

Abz started with a Ground-type Eeveelution. This guy, Terreon, uses those antler like extensions to dig into the ground,” they wrote on Reddit.

Illustration: Abz

My personal favourite is Obliveon, a ghost type Eeveelution. I really like the way Abz’s designs are all recognisably an Eevee, but taken to sometimes dark extremes.

Illustration: Abz

Abz’s flying type Eeveelution, which they call Zephyreon, is almost as cute as the pastel pink and blue fairy type Sylveon. Almost.

Illustration: Abz

You can check out all of the Eeveelution designs, and a lot of other Pokémon fan art, on Abz’s Instagram page. They seem to love Ghost types and Eevee, so that’s worth a follow on its own.


  • I’ve always wanted a Ghost type Eevee. It’s probably in the realm of “too dark” but it could evolve by fainting in the game’s version of Lavender Town’s graveyard tower.

    • The originals were always by stone, so I assume Lead.

      Come on son, if you want your Eevee to evolve into an Obliveon he has to face oblivion itself. Pull the trigger. *Old Yella*

    • Unpopular opinion but i agree. I think, at least they look bad as far as pokemon designs go.
      Take for example the first one, the grass or dragon or whatever that is. It’s overdesigned, there’s so much going on.
      I’d say of the four presented, the flying(?) type one is the best/actually looks good.

      • Yeap it is overdesigned. The nicest thing about Eevee is how simple the design and how elegant it looks but all these designs kinda trample on that.

  • Classic Gita. What sort of games journalist doesn’t know the first 3 Eevee evolutions?

    Edit – One who claims “Eevee is my favourite Pokémon.”

  • Eevee’s evolutions are also all the types that were traditionally special before the physical/special split in gen 4 (with the exception of Sylveon who was introduced after the split).

    Rather than give Eevee another 9 evolutions, I’d rather see a new Pokemon that’s like an Eevee parallel that gets the physical types.

    • For clarification, I meant that Sylveon’s type was introduced after the physical special split.

      • Following this train of thought, and assuming Fairy is a ‘special’ type, the only special type that doesn’t have an Eeveelution is Dragon. Considering Eevee itself is Normal (a physical type), making this new Pokemon a Dragon type and giving it 8 possible evolutions (all the physical types apart from normal) would balance the scales out really well.

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