Flareon: high sp. def and physical attacker. Most Eeveelutions have high sp. def, so physical attacks can be pretty useful, especially with a few curses and a trick room strategy.
Umbreon: The ultimate tanky Eeveelution and the star of my team.
Jolteon: Swagger and Thunder Wave are a real pain in the neck, and it has Shadow Ball, just in case anyone thinks they can outspeed him with an Espeon or wants to try to absorb a an electric move with their Jolteon. Nasty...
Sylveon: Again, high sp. def and fairy type. Only Leafeon and Flareon are effective in taking it out, and since most of the people here are planning on not running either, Sylveon has an advantage. Life Orb Sylveon is pretty tough, especially after a few Calm Minds. Uses Psyshock as well.
Espeon: Has Dazzling Gleam just in case it goes up against an Umbreon, which it can easily outspeed. Since most Eeveelutions have high Sp. Def, Psyshock is pretty useful.
Vaporeon: Rest, Aqua Ring, Scald, and Yawn. Delicious.
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Sun teams. Leafeon has chlorophyll, flareon gets boosted, espeon and umbreon benefit with moonlight, and morning sun. Synthesis is better.
Haze Vaporeon in the back to counter baton pass
I don't know how much use Baton Pass will get in this tournament. Since it's 4v4 Rotation, you'll only have one Pokémon to switch to, so if you lose even one Pokémon, Baton Pass becomes worthless. I imagine plenty of participants have noticed this by now (but if not...all the better for me :) ). One Haze, and all that effort is wasted.
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No. Literally the only reason you would use Misty Terrain over Safeguard is if you were afraid of Dragon attacks (I think the only one of which any Eeveelutions can learn is Hidden Power), which certainly doesn't seem like a popular choice in a format which contains no Dragons and one Fairy! The downside to Misty Terrain, of course, is that it would protect all your opponent's ground-bound Pokemon from status as well (in addition to having less PP).