Every Shiny Eevee evolution in Pokémon Go, ranked

Eevee is a special Pokémon: it is the only one with several different evolutions depending on whether you use a rock or level up at a given time of the day. In the case of Pokémon Go, you can achieve the different forms by renaming your Eevee before it evolves. Combine that with the ever-popular Shinies, and you have even more variety in what Eevee can become.

But which shinies are the best? We’ve ranked each of Pokémon Go based on their looks. Stats are shared between regular and Shiny Pokémon, so it’s all about style here.

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Eevee (unranked)

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Before we start ranking Eevee’s evolutions, let’s show his original form as a baseline. This gives a good idea of ​​what to look for in a shiny and shows how much a color palette can change. Some are more drastic than this, while others are barely noticeable.

8. Beacon

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Flareon’s Shiny is in the “barely noticeable” category, making it the worst choice. While the smaller orange brings out the darkness of the eyes a bit more, it looks more like a weaker version of the standard Pokemon than anything else.

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Leafeon is in the same boat, but it deserves a few bonus points for its Shiny form for at least evoking a different element. Leafeon is the evolution of the grass type and has the color scheme of wood pulp and leaves. The glossy shape is tinted more like a palm tree.

6. Glazion

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Glaceon’s blue-grey gets closer to white with its shiny shape. Similar to Leafeon, this has the effect of resembling snow rather than ice. That said, it’s still a mostly subtle change.

5. Jolteon

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Now we’re getting somewhere – there’s a lot more contrast between the yellow Jolteon and its green shiny. If it weren’t such a sickly shade of green, it would probably rank higher on the list.

4. Umbrella

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Yellow and black are the two most contrasting colors. So when Umbreon switches to blue streaks in his Shiny form, a bit of that is lost. The changing eyes go a long way here, and the blue on black has a nice complementary tone.

3. Sylveon

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Sylveon has so many recoloring features that it inevitably tops this list. The eyes, the ribbons, the little paws – everything is noticeable here. Both designs stand out on their own, making them the most colorful Pokemon in the entire Dex.

2. Vaporeon

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Blue and purple aren’t on opposite sides of the color wheel, but an orange aquatic evolution wouldn’t look right. Instead, we get a pair whose color scheme matches that of the Nidoking and Nidoqueen, which makes them feel very appropriate. This is by far the best of Eevee’s original developments.

1. Spy

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Finally, we have Psychic-type Espeon. There’s not much to recolor here – the Shiny just coats the Pokemon’s fur in a shade of green. That means it’s the Perfect shade of green, and there is no other Pokemon with the same shade. It looks even better than the original pink against the jewel in Espeon’s forehead.

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Curtis Crabtree

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