Leafeon (Japanese: リーフィア Leafia) is a Grass-type Pokémon and here we will discuss its Stats, Moveset, strength, weakness, locations, against whom you can use it and more about the evolution.
Leafeon is a mammalian, quadruped Pokémon. Its body is tan with dark brown paws. It has a multitude of small green sprouts growing all over its legs, chest and back, with the longest one on its head, in front of four tan tufts of fur. Leafeon’s ears and tail are stylized to resemble tattered leaves. It has brown eyes and a small, brown nose.
This Pokémon’s cellular structure is similar to plants, which allows it to perform photosynthesis and purify the air around it by sleeping under the sunlight; it gets its energy in this way instead of eating. It is a pacifistic, quiet Pokémon, preferring not to fight, though sharpens its leafy tail for the occasions it needs to. Its aroma is similar to fresh grass in its youth; as it ages, this fragrance bears more of a resemblance to fallen leaves. The aroma is favoured in Galar, where it is used to create a popular perfume. It lives in lush forests that have clean rivers.
- National Pokedex No: 470
- Japenese Name: リーフィア (Leafia)
- Type: Grass
- Height: 0 m (3′03″)
- Weight: 5 kg (56.2 lbs)
- Leaf Guard
- Chlorophyll (hidden ability)
- Local No:
- 169 (Platinum)
- 097 (Black 2/White 2)
- 083 (X/Y — Coastal Kalos)
- 129 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
- 159 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
- 202 (Sword/Shield)
- Catch Rate: 45 (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP)
- Base Friendship: 35 (Lower than Normal)
- Base Exp: 184
- Growth Rate: Medium-Fas
- Egg Group: Field
- Gender: 5% male, 12.5% female
- Egg Cycles: 35 (8,739–8,995 steps)
LEAFEON POKEDEX STATS
- HP: 65
- Attack: 110
- Defence: 130
- Speed: 60
- Special Attack: 65
- Special Defense: 95
- Total: 525
MOVES LEARNED BY LEAFEON
Here’s the Moveset for Leafeon, have a look and see what could be your strength against others weakness.
MOVES LEARNED BY LEVELLING UP
MOVES LEARNED BY TECHNICAL MACHINES
HOW TO FIND LEAFEON?
|Trade/migrate from another game|
Let’s Go Pikachu
Let’s Go Eevee
|Evolve Eevee/Eevee (Partner Eevee)|
|Evolve Eevee/Eevee (Partner Eevee)|
HOW TO EVOLVE?
It evolves from Eevee when it is levelled up near a Moss Rock (from Generations IV to VII) or exposed to a Leaf Stone (in Generation VIII).
HOW MUCH USEFUL IS MY LEAFEON?
Depending on the matchup, Leafeon might want to function as a late-game sweeper or an early-game wall breaker. More specifically, if facing a team with a very fast Choice Scarf user like Dodrio or Simisear, Leafeon is unlikely to ever be able to sweep and should try to get its hits in early and make use of its defensive presence. In these situations, it may also be beneficial to use Breakneck Blitz instead to catch a Grass-type check like Victreebel or Oricorio-E.
However, versus teams that lack an effective revenge killer, Leafeon is an excellent sweeper once checks such as Alolan Sandslash have been worn down. Even if planning to preserve Leafeon for late-game, it can still be used earlier on to check Pokemon such as Torterra—just make sure to avoid the occasional Toxic. In general, Leafeon should avoid setting up on status users such as Bronzor and Jellicent whenever possible, and you may even want to scout for options such as Thunder Wave and Toxic from Ferroseed before assuming Leafeon can set up for free.
Leafeon can use the defensive boost provided by Z-Celebrate to set up on powerful physical attackers such as Hitmonchan. However, keep in mind that its special bulk is poor enough that you’ll rarely be able to set up on special attackers carrying super-effective coverage. Even when you can, Leafeon will still likely take more damage than it can heal off with Synthesis after the boost. Other good Pokemon to set up on including Choice-locked Pokemon such as Primeape and Alolan Sandslash and slower Pokemon that rarely carry status moves such as Torterra.
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