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How to Get Eevee in Cobblemon

Gotta catch 'em all, Cobblemon!

by Daphne Fama

Eevee is easily one of the most adorable Pokemon in Generation 1, but if you’ve been scouring your Cobblemon server without finding one, you’re not alone. Here’s how to get an Eevee in Cobblemon.

How to Get Eevee in Cobblemon

Cobblemon is one of the most immersive and lush Pokemon mods to hit Minecraft, for good reason. There are dozens of Pokemon from each Generation and a complete list from Generation 1, with the exception of Mewtwo.

And that means that somewhere in your Cobbelmon server, there might be an Eevee. But if you’ve played for weeks and still haven’t stumbled across one, you’re not alone. Eevee is an ultra-rare spawn in Cobbelmon, but it can appear anywhere in the overworld.

From the Crimson Forest to the Basalt Deltas, there’s a chance you can stumble across Eevee. Some players have even reported finding one spawning in the middle of the ocean. If you haven’t stumbled upon it yet, it’s really just a matter of luck.

Related: How to Make a Cobblemon Server for Minecraft

Keep your eyes open and your fingers crossed as you explore the world. There are some rumors that Eevees spawn at a lower rate in colder biomes, but that might just be a personal experience without might weight behind it. Still, it’s a good idea to pick biomes that are flat and provide long lines of sight to make it easier to hunt this adorable fox down. Or you can just pick your favorite biome and hope for the best.

Once you get Eevee, you’ll be able to evolve it into your favorite second form, from Vaporeon all the way to Sylveon.

If you want to see what all Pokemon is available in Cobblemon, check out our complete Cobbledex (a word I just made up) here: All Pokemon in Cobblemon Listed: Cobblemon Pokedex.

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Daphne Fama

A lawyer turned game journalist, Daphne Fama spends an inordinate amount of time playing games across the spectrum but she'll always have a soft spot for horror and JPRGs. Want to see all the best animal pictures the internet has to offer? Follow her on twitter at @DaphneFama.

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