For Eevee, you want to look for a heart-shaped pattern in his tail to make it feminine. Any other pattern confirms it’s a male Starter Pokémon. If you don’t get the gender you want in this opening sequence, just close and restart the game until you get the gender you want.
Normal Eevee don’t look any different, male or female. But if you partner with a female Eevee, you’ll notice that her tail appears to be drawn with a heart-like pattern.
A quick look at Bulbapedia confirms that the Eevees gender ratio is 87.5% male, 12.5% female.
No. We’re sorry. Just like Pikachu, the Eevee you first catch at the beginning of the game is a stubborn little mon and will not evolve. The good news is that your partner Eevee starts off with higher stats and special moves from the start.
After Goh gave his friend a Poké Ball, Eevee was officially captured by Chloe and became her partner.
It’s officially male! After reading the entire Bulbapedia article on Ash’s Pikachu, especially the Trivia section, it is confirmed that Ash’s Pikachu is indeed male: In Where Togepi Has Gone Before! Pikachu has been confirmed to be male.
Starting with Generation II games, most Pokémon have one gender (including Pokémon previously carried over from Generation I games): male (Japanese: オス male) or female (Japanese: メスFemale); However, for some species of Pokémon, the gender is unknown. Gender mechanics are fundamental to Pokemon breeding.
Sandy is Lana’s second known Pokémon. Sandy is a male Eevee.
Espeon and Umbreon are considered the strongest Eevee Evolutions overall based on stats alone. The psychic type Espeon has almost the highest possible CP, only beaten by Sylveon, and the highest possible Attack overall. Umbreon, a dark type, wins with second highest defense and best endurance.
If you look strictly at CP, Espeon is the strongest Eeveelution in Pokemon GO. Espeon has the highest CP cap of any Eeveelution, and can reach 3,170 when the trainer reaches level 40. While Espeon is strong, it doesn’t quite run away from the category.