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In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga
:''Rainer redirects here. For the glitch Pokémon often mistakenly called Rainer, see [[PokéWTrainer]]. For the supposed PokéGod, see [[PokéGods]].''
[[File:Eevee Brothers.png|220px|thumb|From left to right: Rainer, Sparky, and Pyro]]
The '''Eevee brothers''' are four [[Pokémon Trainer]]s from the [[Pokémon anime]],; three of which whosethe signature {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} of the three eldest are the [[Eeveelution]]s (that existed at the time). They makemade their appearance as [[Character of the day|characters of the day]] in ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers]]''.
 
Rainer, Sparky, and Pyro appear to be the same age, possibly triplets. [[Mikey]] is noticeably younger than the other three brothersthem.
 
==In the anime==
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===Sparky===
'''Sparky''' (Japanese: '''ライゾウ''' ''Raizō'') has golden hair styled in tall spikes. His signature Pokémon is {{p|Jolteon}}. He boasts it is the best because when angered, its fur becomes sharp as needles which it can launch at the opponent using {{m|Pin Missile}}.
 
{{TrainerPoké
|img=Sparky Jolteon.png
|vaen=Kayzie Rogers
|desc=Sparky's {{p|Jolteon}} is a Pokémon Sparky [[Evolution|evolved]] alongside the other owner's Pokémon,. itsIts only appearance was in ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers]]'', where it first appeared at a [[Stone Town]] evolution party alongside the other owners and {{p|Vaporeon}} and {{p|Flareon}}. Sparky then boasted how powerful Jolteon was, getting into an argument with the other brothers. {{TRT}} appeared, and stole it and all the other Pokémon including the [[evolutionary stone]]s.
 
Later they found Team Rocket from the leakingink petroltrail left by [[Misty's Horsea]], and were able to free them all except for {{p|Eevee}}. By using its {{m|Pin Missile}} along with the other brothers' Pokémon's attacks (including Eevee) they were able to send Team Rocket blasting off. It was last seen in a picture which was taken.
 
Jolteon's only known move is {{m|Pin Missile}}.}}
 
===Rainer===
'''Rainer''' (Japanese: '''ミズキ''' ''Mizuki'') has dark blue hair styled to look like fins. His signature Pokémon is {{p|Vaporeon}}. He boasts it is the best because it can melt into water and disappear by using {{m|Acid Armor}}.
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epname=The Battling Eevee Brothers
|img=Rainer Vaporeon.png
|vajp=ChinamiRikako NishimuraAikawa
|vaen=Rachael Lillis
|desc=Rainer's {{p|Vaporeon}} is a Pokémon Rainer [[Evolution|evolved]] alongside the other owner's Pokémon,. itsIts only appearance was in ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers]]'', where it first appeared at a [[Stone Town]] evolution party alongside the other owners and {{p|Jolteon}} and {{p|Flareon}}. Rainer then boasted how powerful Vaporeon was, getting into an argument with the other brothers. {{TRT}} appeared, and stole it and all the other Pokémon including the [[evolutionary stone]]s.
 
Later they found Team Rocket from the leakingink petroltrail left by [[Misty's Horsea]], and were able to free them all except for {{p|Eevee}}. By using its {{m|Acid Armor}} along with the other brothers' Pokémon's attacks (including Eevee) they were able to send Team Rocket blasting off. It was last seen in a picture which was taken.
 
Vaporeon's known moves are {{m|Acid Armor}} and {{m|Tackle}}{{tt|*|Used in the Japanese version only.}}.}}
|img=Pyro Flareon.png
|vaen=Kayzie Rogers
|desc=Pyro's {{p|Flareon}} is a Pokémon Pyro [[Evolution|evolved]] alongside the other owner's Pokémon,. itsIts only appearance was in ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers]]'', where it first appeared at a [[Stone Town]] evolution party alongside the other owners and {{p|Jolteon}} and {{p|Vaporeon}}. Pyro then boasted how powerful Flareon was, getting into an argument with the other brothers. {{TRT}} appeared, and stole it and all the other Pokémon including the [[evolutionary stone]]s.
 
Later they found Team Rocket from the leakingink petroltrail left by [[Misty's Horsea]], and were able to free them all except for {{p|Eevee}}. Using its {{m|Fire Spin}} along with the other brothers' Pokémon's attacks (including Eevee) they were able to send Team Rocket blasting off. It was last seen in a picture which was taken.
 
Flareon's only known move is {{m|Fire Spin}}.}}
|epname=The Battling Eevee Brothers
|vajp=Rikako Aikawa
|vaen=KayzieRikako RogersAikawa
|desc=Mikey's {{p|Eevee}} was hidden in a hollow tree because Mikey found it annoying that his brothers wanted to evolve it. Later, he found out that it was his choice to evolve it.
 
Eevee's known moves are [[Moves not in the Pokémon games#in the anime{{m|a move called]] Rage Tackle}} and {{m|Take Down}}.}}
 
===Voice actors===
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|ja='''Sparky''': 小西克幸 ''[[Katsuyuki Konishi]]''<br>'''Rainer''': 伊藤健太郎 ''Kentarō Itō''<br>'''Pyro''': 岡野浩介 ''Kōsuke Okano''<br>'''[[Mikey]]''': 冬馬由美 ''[[Yumi TōmaTouma]]''
|it='''Pyro''': Paolo De Santis (K2 dub)<br>'''Mikey''': Stefano Pozzi (K2 dub)
|en='''Sparky''': [[Matthew Mitler]]<br>'''Rainer''': [[Maddie Blaustein|Adam Blaustein]]<br>'''Pyro''': [[Matthew Mitler]]<br>'''Mikey''': [[Kayzie Rogers]]
|fi='''Sparky''': Arto Nieminen<br>'''Rainer''': Pasi Ruohonen<br>'''Pyro''': Minna Tasanto<br>'''Mikey''': Jenni Sivonen
|no='''Sparky''': Erik Skøld<br>'''Rainer''': Trond Teigen<br>'''Pyro''': Tommy Karlsen<br>'''Mikey''': Katrine Blomstrand
|es_eu='''Sparky''': Cholo Moratalla<br>'''Rainer''': Roberto Cuenca Rodríguez Jr.<br>'''Pyro''': Álex Saudinós<br>'''Mikey''': Chelo Vivares
|es_la='''Sparky''': Benjamín Rivera<br>'''Rainer''': Carlos Hugo Hidalgo<br>'''Pyro''': Alfredo Gabriel Basurto<br>'''Mikey''': Ana Lobo}}
|pl='''Sparky''': Radosław Popłonikowski<br>'''Rainer''': Wojciech Majchrzak<br>'''Pyro''': Mikołaj Klimek<br>'''Mikey''': Renata Berger
|vi='''Sparky''': Trần Vũ<br>'''Rainer''': Nguyễn Anh Tuấn<br>'''Pyro''': Hồ Tiến Đạt<br>'''Mikey''': Nguyễn Kim Anh}}
 
==In the manga==
===In The Electric Tale of Pikachu manga===
[[File:Eevee Brothers EToP.png|thumb|right|190px|Sparky, Pyro, and Rainer]]
Rainer, Pyro, and Sparky—along with [[Mikey]]—appear in ''[[ET06|To Evolve or Not to Evolve, That is the {{pkmn|manga}}Question!]]''. seriesRainer, Pyro, and Sparky are members of a fellowship named the [[TheKnights Electricof Talethe ofE PikachuStone]]. To join, members are required to own at least one Pokémon which was evolved by means of an [[evolutionary stone]]. Joining The Knights of The E Stone is baseda onfamily tradition which the animebrothers have upheld, and they pressure Mikey to evolve his {{p|Eevee}} so that he may join, too.
 
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With {{Ash}}'s help, Mikey's Eevee and [[Ash's Pikachu]] defeat all three brothers to earn Mikey the right to join the fellowship without evolving his Eevee.
 
The brothers are shown to have a playful side in the manga as well, teasing Mikey about {{an|Misty}} being his "girlfriend" and disappearing in a cloud of smoke when they leave the room.
 
According to this canon, Rainer is the oldest of the brothers, followed by Pyro and then Sparky.
 
====Pokémon====
{{TrainerPoké
|trainer=Rainer
|pkmn=Vaporeon
|stage1=Eevee
|width=75
|type1=Water
|epnum=ET06
|desc=Rainer's {{p|Vaporeon}} was used against Ash to determine whether or not Mikey could join the Knights of the E Stone. It was easily defeated by Ash's Pikachu.
 
None of Vaporeon's onlymoves are known move is {{m|Acid Armor}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|desc=Pyro's {{p|Flareon}} was used against Ash to determine whether or not Mikey could join the Knights of the E Stone. It was easily defeated by Ash's Pikachu.
 
None of Flareon's onlymoves knownare move is {{m|Flamethrower}}known.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|desc=Sparky's {{p|Jolteon}} was used against Mikey to determine whether or not Mikey could join the Knights of the E Stone. It put up a good fight, but was defeated when Mikey's Eevee used {{m|Mimic}} to copy its move and use it against it.
 
Jolteon's only known moves are {{m|Thunder}}move andis {{m|Pin Missile}}.}}
 
==Trivia==
* Sparky has the same voice actor in both English and Japanese as [[Chopper]], and Rainer has the same voice actor in both English and Japanese as both [[ScuzGhali]] and [[Pete Pebbleman]].
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* This was not the only group of siblings training Eeveelutions to appear on the Pokémon anime. When {{Ash}} and his friends went to [[Johto]], they met the [[Kimono Girl|Kimono Sisters]] who, like their counterparts in {{game|Gold and Silver|s}}, each trained one of the five evolutions. Unlike the Eevee brothers, though, they had no representation in their family of Eevee itself, unless one counts [[Sakura]]'s {{TP|Sakura|Eevee|Espeon}}, which later evolved into {{p|Espeon}}.
* The name [[Sparky]] was used again in the anime as the name of [[Sparky|Ritchie's Pikachu]].
* Oddly, at the time of the episode, Ash, Misty, and Brock each had a Pokémon with them that could evolve via one of the [[evolutionary stone]]s that are used by Eevee to evolve. {{TP|AshAP|Pikachu}} evolves with the {{evostone[[Thunder Stone|Thunderstone}}]], {{TP|Brock|Vulpix}} evolves with the {{evostone|[[Fire Stone}}]], and {{TP|Misty|Staryu}} evolves with a {{evostone|[[Water Stone}}]]. Pyro and Sparky offer a Fire Stone to Brock and a Thunderstone to Ash in hopes that they will evolve their Pokémon, but Rainer never offers a Water Stone to Misty, most likely because she already has a {{TP|Misty|Starmie}}.
* In [[Pokémon GO]], if an Eevee is [[nickname]]d after one of the Eevee brothers (excluding Mikey), it is [[List of cross-canon references|guaranteed]] to evolve into that brother's respective Eeveelution, while usually the form Eevee evolves into is random. This method seems to work only once per Eeveelution, however.
 
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