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Eevee (M) @ Eviolite

Role: Mixed Passer

Trait: Adaptability

EVs: 78 HP / 196 Def / 236 SDef

Impish Nature (+Def, -SAtk)

  • Work Up
  • Wish
  • Baton Pass
  • Double-Edge

    Whoa, Trachy edited this question to Little Cup.

Now Eevee isn't that bad, and isn't living in Umbreon's Shadow.

We now have a pokemon with 1 weakness decent defenses who can Pass either attack or sp atk along with passing a Health boost.

Double Edge still there for Taunt, or if you get the strange urge to Just make him a Tank.

Also, His Defenses are both maxed as far as Ev's.

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STAB trump card can be nice for it.
Yeah, but you have to drain its PP for it to do anything from what I've read, Although that would be pretty cool with metronome.
It's not like This Eevee is gonna do a ton of attacking damage, so it can last a while.
Yeah, I put double edge for here, so it would kill itself during Taunt, Considering Most educated battlers would send in a Taunter with something like Swords Dance etc.
Don't get me wrong though, I completely value your opinion.
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I had to change your question to be Little Cup, otherwise I would have to hide it.

Eevee (F) @ Choice Scarf

Trait: Adaptability

EVs: 76 HP / 240 SAtk / 160 Spd

Modest Nature (+SAtk, -Atk)

  • Echoed Voice
  • Shadow Ball
  • Hidden Power [Fighting]
  • Quick Attack

The power of Echoed Voice increases each turn it is used (by 40), reaching a max of 200. And since you'll be Scarfed... Well, obviously I mean by that that you'll have to be using Echoed Voice consecutively. Works great with Adaptability boost. Shadow Ball and HP Fighting provide type coverage, while Quick Attack provides priority. Really, Quick Attack is only there due to a lack of anything else. While your Attack might not be great, Adaptability kind of makes up for that, although it should still only be used for revenge-killing. Max Sp Attack and Speed EVs (with HP Fighting that is) plus a tiny bit of bulk added. Remember, Little Cup EVs work differently.

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Trachy, I though 180 was the required amount to max in Little cup
What? No. Not at all. The max amount differs from Pokemon to Pokemon. Take Gligar for example. If you wanted to max out Attack and Speed, it would have 236 Attack EVs and 236 Speed EVs (yes, I memorized the EVs needed to max out Gligar's best stats), and no EVs elsewhere.
Whoa, Thats weird, but when I was checking Eevee's defenses one of them didn't get any higher after 180
In some cases 180 might be all that is needed to max out, but really, EVs are unpredictable in LC.
Yeah, I just looked over it, thats weird, thanks for that trachy.
What about moves for one that is adamant?
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Eevee (M) @ Leppa Berry/Pecha Berry/Aspear Berry
Role: Mixed Sweeper
Trait: Adaptability
EV's: 80 HP / 84 Atk / 64 Def
Iron Tail
Shadow Ball
Natural Gift

Iron tail rids those hard-to-KO rock types. Also rids Ice Types. Retaliate does some good damage, but I recommend that you use that when your Pokemon faints and you switch into Eevee. Shadow ball to hit ghost types. Natural Gift for certain types.

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