Want to get Leafeon to your collection in Pokemon Go? Over the six years of Pokémon Go’s existence, many new unique Pokémon have been added to the game, most of which can evolve. Someone may evolve once, while others may evolve twice or even three times. But the most unusual evolution is associated with a Pokémon named Eevee. Eevee can only evolve once, but as a result, you can get eight different Pokémon. One of them is a Grass-type Pokemon named Leafeon, and in our guide, you will learn about all the ways to get Leafeon in Pokemon Go.
How to Get Leafeon in Pokemon Go
First of all, it’s worth noting that you won’t be able to get a Leafeon with a normal evolution. After each classic evolution of Eevee, you will receive Vaporeon, Flareon, or Jolteon. To get all other Eevee evolutions, you must meet certain conditions.
There are two ways to get Leafeon in Pokemon Go, and both are very easy:
You can rename your Eevee to Linnea. After that, evolve it to get a Leafeon with a 100% chance. This method sounds very convenient, but unfortunately, it will work only once, after which the name change will no longer affect the result of evolution. This method is best for quickly getting all the Eevee Pokémon into your collection, but no more.
If you want to get several Leafeons or have already used the previous method, there is a more reliable way for you. This method will require you to spend 200 Pokecoins, but you can get as many Leafeons as you want. Go to the in-game store and buy the Mossy Lure Module. Next, install this module on any PokéStop and stand next to it. You can now go to the Pokémon List and select the Eevee you want to evolve. If you did everything right, you see a Leafeon icon next to the Evolve button. After that, evolve one or more Eevee to get as many Leafeons as you want.
Having received Leafeon, we advise you to check its quality and strength. If he is weak, strengthen him and replace the attacks with more suitable ones for you. To do this, you will need a lot of Stardust and Eevee candy, so stock up on these materials in advance. The result is a strong Grass-type Pokémon that can resist Ground, Water, Grass, and Electric Pokémon.