Eevee is one of the most unique and endearing creatures in the entire Pokémon universe. It is able to evolve into eight unique forms, and three of those are achieved through the use of elemental stones, rather than the usual levelling of other Pokémon evolutions. While the data for Eevee is present in Pokémon Emerald, it"s sadly impossible to get through regular means. Instead, you"ll have to get creative; getting Eevee on Emerald is certainly possible, but you"ll need to either trade or cheat to get it.

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Via Trading

Start a game of Pokémon FireRed or LeafGreen. While Emerald is sorely lacking in the Eevee department, FireRed and LeafGreen both have a way you can get the Pokemon. If you want to get Eevee without resorting to cheating, you"ll need to start a game of either and get at least as far as Celadon City.It"s important to keep in mind you"ll need to have collected at least 60 Pokémon and completed the Sevii Islands sidequest to open up trading. Link up two Game Boy Advances. In order to trade, you"ll need too Game Boy Advances, a copy of Emerald and FireRed or LeafGreen, and a game link cable to join the two. Get it all plugged in before you try to access the Trade Center.Ask a friend to borrow his Game Boy Advance; this will save you having to purchase another console in order to make the trade.Go to the Vermillion City Trading Center. With the two devices hooked up, you can now head to Vermillion City and access the Trading Center. Go up to the desk and speak to the hostess. From there, you can access the trade panel.Make the trade. Ensure the game link cable is joining the two consoles safely, then proceed to make the trade. The data will be erased on the LeafGreen/FireRed game, and copied onto Emerald.Verify on Emerald that the trade has gone through. Now that you"ve made the trade, it"s always good form to look on your Emerald file and make sure the file has gone through. If the trade has been made, you should see a little Eevee smiling back at you! If for some reason the Eevee isn"t there, it"s quite possible the trade wasn"t completed. It"s highly unlikely that one game would erase it without copying on the other, so try again and you should be able to get it down right.

Via Cheating

Purchase and insert Gameshark into your Gameboy Advance. Gameshark is a special cheat hardware for portable Nintendo games. You can input codes into it to alter a wide variety of games. While Eevee isn"t available in Pokémon Emerald, it"s still present in the game data. Entering a code with the Gameshark will get you an Eevee without the hassle of trading.Input code 83007CF6 0085 into Gameshark. Inputting the Eevee code should work like a charm. Access Gameshark and enter the code. This will go in and directly alter your game"s information, leaving you with an Eevee to do your bidding. <2>Verify that you now have Eevee. From here, it"s a simple matter of checking your Pokémon roster. If Eevee is there with the rest of your Pokemon, you"ll know the codes worked. If not, retrace your steps and try again with the Gameshark.

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If you"re really just into having an Eevee, you should check out Pokémon XD for the Gamecube if you haven"t already; Eevee is a starter Pokémon in that game.