Eevee and its eight evolutionary forms are always popular, and of course, the latest Pokemon titles have made them available for capture! There are several ways to collect them all–catching Eevee and evolving them with stones or friendship or catching the evolved form as is.
Now, finding Eevee and its forms in the wild is rare, even when their icon pops up on your map. I have spent an embarrassing amount of time circling the same area where wild Vaporeon could be found with zero luck. If you are having a hard time (or just little time to waste), there are set tera forms of all eight Eevee evolutions in Paldea, and this how to will show you where to get them!
Tera Jolteon is found in West Province (Area One) on your way to Alfornada Gym. It sits near a wind turbine, and watch out–it has Yawn, which can be incredibly irritation when trying to subdue it. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag is set in the screenshot below:
Tera Vaporeon is found in a little pond off one of the islands between Casseroya Lake and the North Paldean Sea. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag is set in the screenshot below:
Tera Flareon can be found between East Province (Area One) and South Province (Area Five) atop a plateau. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag (and my avatar, in this case) is set in the screenshot below:
As you may expect, Tera Glaceon can be found in the frigid mountains! It’s best to transport to the Glaseado Gym and glide downward. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag is set in the screenshot below:
Tera Umbreon likes to remain hidden in Alfornada Cavern in South Province (Area Six). I recommend starting from the Alfornada Pokestop and head to the cavern entrance. Reach the highest point and look for that glowing light!
Tera Espeon also likes to hide away like its Umbreon counterpart. However, it is tucked away at East Province (Area Three), across the river and in a cave at the bottom of a spiral dig site. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag is set in the screenshot below:
Tera Leafeon prances around a grassy patch near your home town in South Province (Area Four)! Teleport to the Pokestop in Los Platos (East) and head in the direction of the South Province (Area Four) watchtower. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag (covered by my avatar) is set in the screenshot below:
Last, but certainly not least, we have Tera Slyveon who made its home in North Province (Area Three). Head down to Team Star’s Fairy crew site, and you’ll find a Tera Slyveon on a dirt road off to the side. Its location is approximately where the Destination Flag is set in the screenshot below:
There you have it. Now you can catch and train all the Eevee evolutions without pulling your hair out and wasting precious hours. Please share your thoughts with us on our Boss Rush Facebook Group or our Boss Rush Discord.
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