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EV/IV Training FAQ
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INTRODUCTION__________________________________________________________________

This is a guide thing that will hopefully cover everything you need to know about EV training. EV training can seem like a repetitive, arduous, tedious, and ultimately pointless journey. And for the most part, it is. Why not just get an Action Replay and Pokesav anything? Because you idiots have nothing better to do in your lives than spend time with pixels, that's why. Clearly. So for those of you who fall into this category, I, Black Ice, have organized a little guide for you guys.

We will cover all of the following topics in this portion of the guide:
  • Base stats
  • EVs / EPs (Effort Values / Effort Points)
  • IVs (Individual Values)
  • How to calculate IVs
  • Natures
There are more topics to look at, though. At the bottom of this post, I will have links to posts with more information on them.

If you still have questions or don't understand something then ask in this thread and I, or some other person with knowledge, will give you the best answer. Don't be shy to ask questions, because asking questions is one of the most efficient and obvious ways to get an answer.

Anyways, onto the guide.


Base Stat

A base stat is a statistical value on a Pokemon that stays consistent with all Pokemon of its species. All Tauros, for example, have a Base Attack Stat of 100 which somehow calculates to a raw attack stat of 205 by level 100. The only things that can change that are EVs, IVs, and natures, which can potentially change your final stat by more than 100. Pretty big gap, right? That's why it's so important to find a good nature, EV train, and possibly IV breed, to a lesser extent.

EVs / EPs (Effort Values / Effort Points)
A hidden value that helps determine a Pokemon's final stats. There are some general rules that EVs follow:
-4 EVs make up 1 stat point
-A total of 255 EVs can be invested into a single stat
-510 EVs is the max amount of total EVs for a single Pokemon.

Since 4 doesn't divide into 255 so easily, it's better to just give a Pokemon 252 EVs instead of the full 255 if you plan on maxing that stat out. Since 4 EVs equal 1 stat point, and you can invest a total of 255 EVs into one stat, that'll make 63 points (255 / 4 = 63.75, and it needs to round down).

IVs (Individual Values)
A hidden value that also helps determine a Pokemon's final stats, but not as much. The highest IV is 31, and the lowest is 0. For each IV you have, that's 1 stat point. Simple. So if you have a Garchomp with 252 Speed EVs and 31 IVs, you'll have 333 speed. If you have 0 IVs on that Garchomp, then your highest speed stat possible is 302 (333 - 31 = 302). Simple enough, right?

How to Calculate IVs
To calculate IVs in every stat but HP, all you have to do is follow a simple equation:

((Math.ceil(Stat / Nature) - 5) x 100 / Level) - 2 x Base Stat - Math.floor(EV / 4).

Math.ceil means to round up. Stat is your current stat number. Nature is the nature's effect on a certain stat (Adamant is 110% Attack, 90% Special Attack, so if you wanted to calculate Special Attack, you'd put .9). Level is your current level. Base Stat is a Pokemon's base stat of a certain stat (Shuckle, for example, has 20 Base HP). Math.floor means to round down. EV is your current EV investment (between 0 and 255). So, if I were to attempt to calculate my Lv. 100 Garchomp's IV in speed...

Garchomp, Lv. 100 - Jolly nature (252 EVs in Speed)
Garchomp has base 102 speed.
Jolly nature and 252 Speed EVs gives this Garchomp 333 Speed at Level 100.

((Math.ceil(333 / 1.1) - 5) x 100 / 100) - 2 x 102 - Math.floor(252 / 4)
((Math.ceil(302.72) -5) x 1) -2 x 102 - Math.floor(63)
((303 - 5) x 1) - 2 x 102 - 63
(298) - 204 - 63 = 31.

There you have it. My Garchomp has 31 IVs in speed.

To calculate IVs for your HP stat, you must use a different equation.

((Stat - Level - 10) x 100 / Level) - 2 x Base Stat - Math.floor(EV / 4)

Again, Stat is your current stat number, Level is your current level, and...I think 10...is a number. Base Stat is the base stat of the Pokemon (look around on Google or any other search engine for base stats of Pokemon). Math.floor means to round down. EV is the amount of EVs you put into that stat (in this equation, it'd be HP). Nature doesn't matter for calculating HP IVs.

So let's do Blissey with 252 HP EVs.

Blissey, Lv. 100 - 252 HP EVs
Blissey has base 255 HP.
With 252 HP EVs, this Blissey has 714 HP.

((714 - 100 - 10) x 100 / 100) - 2 x 255 - Math.floor(252 / 4)
((604) x 1) - 510 - 63
604 - 510 - 63 = 31

That Blissey has 31 HP IVs.

Natures
A nature increases one stat of a Pokemon by 10% and decreases another stat by 10%. For example, the Adamant nature increases Attack by 10% and decreases Special Attack by 10%, and Timid raises Speed by 10% and lowers Attack by 10%. The only natures that have no effect on stats at all are Bashful, Hardy, Docile, Quirky and Serious. They're generally not recommended for use.

I think that explains the basics.

MORE TOPICS___________________________________________________________________

These will link to more posts. Clearly.

~EV Training Items

~Table of EVs
~EV Training Hotspots: Wild Pokemon
~EV Training Hotspots: VS Seeker
~Pokerus
~Table of Natures
~EV Training in Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness

If there's anything you'd like to see added, tell me and I'll consider it. For now though, I think this should cover all you need to know about EV training in the 3rd and 4th generation.

CREDITS_______________________________________________________________________

-Jorge Vergara (Alexcalibur) from GameFAQs for the VS Seeker hotspots
-Kenshin075 from GameFAQs for the list of Pokemon EV distributions
-Cherished Song from PIForums for helping me on a lot of stuff
-Me (Black Ice) for wasting 4+ hours of my life making this guide

All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. This FAQ is copyright of Black Ice. This FAQ may not be re-published or reproduced on any site other than GTS+ Forums without consult from the author. This FAQ may also not be sold for profit unless all proceeds are forwarded to my PayPal account or are sent to me somehow.

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EV TRAINING HELPERS ___________________________________________________________

This post is for all those nifty little items that can help speed up EV training. It'll still take hours upon hours to build up a single team, though. Just saying. And what would you do if you realized you did something wrong? That Action Replay is starting to look mighty attractive now, isn't it?
Power Items
EV training can take a very long time. That's why I'd suggest using a cheat device or something. You can still hack Pokemon that look EXACTLY the same as a normal EV'd Pokemon, you know.
But for those of you without the benefit of such a godly device, Game Freak finally realised how much your lives sucked and decided to make the Power items, which add 4 to the EVs you would normally get for a certain stat.
Salamence, for example, gives out 3 Attack EVs. Right? Right. Well, if you have your Pokemon hold a Power Bracer, which adds 4 EVs to the normal amount of attack EVs you'd get, you'd get 7 EVs after you beat down a Salamence instead of a measly 3. Note how 3 + 4 = 7. And if you have Pokerus, then it doubles the 7 and becomes 14. 2(3+4) = 2(7) = 14. Simple as that.

But what are all the items? Here are the items and what they add to:

CODE
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Power Weight    |  +4 EVs in HP
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Power Bracer    |  +4 EVs in Attack
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Power Belt      |  +4 EVs in Defense
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Power Lens      |  +4 EVs in Special Attack
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Power Band      |  +4 EVs in Special Defense
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Power Anklet    |  +4 EVs in Speed
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And where can you find them? I don't know. grin.gif Google it or something.

Stat-Reducing Berries
And you know those berries that raise happiness but 'lower your Pokemon's ___ stat'? It actually lowers the EVs of that particular stat by 10. ...which usually ends up lowering the stats, so yeah. Here's the list of the berries and which EVs they decrease:

CODE
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Pomeg Berry     | Removes 10 HP EVs
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Kelpsy Berry    | Removes 10 Attack EVs
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Qualot Berry    | Removes 10 Defense EVs
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Hondew Berry    | Removes 10 Special Attack EVs
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Grepa Berry     | Removes 10 Special Defense EVs
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Tamato Berry    | Removes 10 Speed EVs
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So naturally, you could use 26 of each of these on an individual Pokemon and be 100% sure that it has no EVs on it. Again, I have no idea where to find these. Google is your friend.

Stat-Increasing Vitamins
And then, who could forget the stat-boosting vitamins? These things are amazing. You ever had one of THEEEEEEEEEEEEEESE? Well, what they do is add 10 EVs to the designated stat (HP Up adds 10 EVs to HP, Protein adds 10 EVs to Attack, etc.). But after there are already a total amount of 100 EVs invested in a stat, you can't use these items to boost said stat anymore. So it would be common sense to use these items before EV-training. Unless you didn't have money. But an Action Replay could fix that problem for you. But then you wouldn't even need to buy these items because you could just hack those in too grin.gif But why would you hack them in if you could just Pokesav your entire team anyways...? Oh, the options of hacking.

Anyways, yeah. The table.

CODE
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HP Up           | Increases 10 HP EVs
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Protein         | Increases 10 Attack EVs
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Iron            | Increases 10 Defense EVs
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Calcium         | Increases 10 Special Attack EVs
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Zinc            | Increases 10 Special Defense EVs
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Carbos          | Increases 10 Speed EVs
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You can probably buy these in a drugstore or something. No, seriously. I think there are drugstores in these games. They're in a huge shopping mall for some reason. I'm just going by word on the street though. Don't trust me on this.

Experience Share (Exp. Share)If a Pokemon in your party is holding this item and does not take part in a battle, it will gain 50% EXP and 100% of the EVs it would get if it actually fought the Pokemon. If it did take part in battle and you used only one other Pokemon, you would get 33%. If it took part in battle and you used two others, you'd get 25%. And so on. And so on.


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-WHICH POKEMON GIVE OUT WHICH EVs-

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--HP EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Arceus                3 Points          --
Azumarill             3 Points          --
Azurill               1 Point           --
Barboach              1 Point           --
Bidoof                1 Point           --
Blissey               2 Points          --
Castform              1 Point           --
Caterpie              1 Point           --
Celebi                3 Points          --
Chansey               2 Points          --
Chinchou              1 Point           --
Clafable              3 Points          --
Clefairy              2 Points          --
Delcatty              1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Ditto                 1 Point           --
Drifblim              2 Points          --
Drifloon              1 Point           --
Dunsparce             1 Point           --
Entei                 1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Exploud               3 Points          --
Gastrodon             2 Points          --
Giratina              3 Points          --
Glalie                2 Points          --
Grimer                1 Point           --
Gulpin                1 Point           --
Happiny               1 Point           --
Hariyama              2 Points          --
Hoothoot              1 Point           --
Igglybuff             1 Point           --
Jigglypuff            2 Points          --
Jirachi               3 Points          --
Kangaskhan            2 Points          --
Lanturn               2 Points          --
Lapras                2 Points          --
Lickilicky            3 Points          --
Lickitung             2 Points          --
Loudred               2 Points          --
Makuhita              1 Point           --
Manaphy               3 Points          --
Marill                2 Points          --
Mew                   3 Points          --
Muk                   1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Munchlax              1 Point           --
Nidoran (F)           1 Point           --
Nidorina              2 Points          --
Nidoqueen             3 Points          --
Noctowl               2 Points          --
Phanpy                1 Point           --
Phione                1 Point           --
Piloswine             1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Quagsire              2 Points          --
Relicanth             1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Sealeo                2 Points          --
Shaymin               3 Points          --
Shedinja              2 Points          --
Shellos               1 Point           --
Shroomish             1 Point           --
Skuntank              2 Points          --
Slaking               3 Points          --
Slakoth               1 Point           --
Slowpoke              1 Point           --
Snorlax               2 Points          --
Snorunt               1 Point           --
Spheal                1 Point           --
Swalot                2 Points          --
Tropius               2 Points          --
Vaporeon              2 Points          --
Wailmer               1 Point           --
Wailord               2 Points          --
Walrein               3 Points          --
Whiscash              2 Points          --
Whismur               1 Point           --
Wigglytuff            3 Points          --
Wooper                1 Point           --
Wurmple               1 Point           --
Wynaut                1 Point           --


--ATTACK EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Abomasnow             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Absol                 2 Points          --
Anorith               1 Point           --
Arbok                 2 Points          --
Arcanine              2 Points          --
Ariados               2 Points          --
Armaldo               2 Points          --
Azelf                 2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Bagon                 1 Point           --
Banette               2 Points          --
Beedrill              2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Bellsprout            1 Point           --
Bibarel               2 Points          --
Blaziken              3 Points          --
Breloom               2 Points          --
Cacturne              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Camerupt              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Carnivine             2 Points          --
Carvanha              1 Point           --
Chatot                1 Point           --
Combusken             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Corpish               1 Point           --
Cranidos              1 Point           --
Crawdaunt             2 Points          --
Croagunk              1 Point           --
Croconaw              1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Deoxys                1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack & Speed)
Dodrio                2 Points          --
Doduo                 1 Point           --
Donphan               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Dragonair             2 Points          --
Dragonite             3 Points          --
Dratini               1 Point           --
Ekans                 1 Point           --
Electivire            3 Points          --
Entei                 2 Points          1 Point (HP)
Farfetch'd            1 Point           --
Feraligatr            2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Flareon               2 Points          --
Flygon                1 Point           2 Points (Speed)
Gabite                2 Points          --
Gachomp               3 Points          --
Gallade               3 Points          --
Gible                 1 Point           --
Goldeen               1 Point           --
Granbull              2 Points          --
Grotle                1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Groudon               3 Points          --
Growlithe             1 Point           --
Gyarados              2 Points          --
Heracross             2 Points          --
Hitmonlee             2 Points          --
Honchkrow             2 Points          --
Huntail               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Infernape             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack & Speed)
Kingdra               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack & Sp. Defense)
Kingler               2 Points          --
Krabby                1 Point           --
Kricketune            2 Points          --
Larvitar              1 Point           --
Lucario               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Luxio                 2 Points          --
Luxray                3 Points          --
Mankey                1 Point           --
Machamp               3 Points          --
Machoke               2 Points          --
Machop                1 Point           --
Mamoswine             3 Points          --
Marshtomp             2 Points          --
Mawile                1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Mesprit               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack & Sp. Defense)
Mightyena             2 Points          --
Monferno              1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Mothim                1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Mudkip                1 Point           --
Muk                   1 Point           1 Point (HP)
Nidoking              3 Points          --
Nidoran (M)           1 Point           --
Nidorino              2 Points          --
Nuzleaf               2 Points          --
Octillery             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Paras                 1 Point           --
Parasect              2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Piloswine             1 Point           1 Point (HP)
Pinsir                2 Points          --
Poochyena             1 Point           --
Primape               2 Points          --
Pupitar               2 Points          --
Qwilfish              1 Point           --
Rampardos             2 Points          --
Rayquaza              2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Regigas               3 Points          --
Rhydon                2 Points          --
Rhyperior             3 Points          --
Riolu                 1 Point           --
Sableye               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Salamence             3 Points          --
Scizor                2 Points          --
Scyther               1 Point           --
Seaking               2 Points          --
Sentret               1 Point           --
Seviper               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Sharpedo              2 Points          --
Shiftry               3 Points          --
Shinx                 1 Point           --
Shuppet               1 Point           --
Snover                1 Point           --
Snubull               1 Point           --
Solrock               2 Points          --
Spinarak              1 Point           --
Stantler              1 Point           --
Staraptor             3 Points          --
Swampert              3 Points          --
Swinub                1 Point           --
Tauros                1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Teddiursa             1 Point           --
Totodile              1 Point           --
Torterra              2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Toxicroak             2 Points          --
Trapinch              1 Point           --
Turtwig               1 Point           --
Tyranitar             3 Points          --
Tyrogue               1 Point           --
Unown                 1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Ursaring              2 Points          --
Vibrava               1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Victreebel            3 Points          --
Weavile               1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Weepinbell            2 Points          --
Yanmega               2 Points          --
Zangoose              2 Points          --


--DEFENSE EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Aggron                3 Points          --
Aron                  1 Point           --
Bastiodon             2 Points          --
Bayleef               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Beldum                1 Point           --
Bonsly                1 Point           --
Bronzong              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Bronzor               1 Point           --
Cascoon               2 Points          --
Clamperl              1 Point           --
Cloyster              2 Points          --
Corsola               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Croconaw              1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Cubone                1 Point           --
Donphan               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Drapion               2 Points          --
Dusclops              1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Defense)
Dusknoir              1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Defense)
Duskull               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Exeggcute             1 Point           --
Feraligatr            1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Forretress            2 Points          --
Geodude               1 Point           --
Gligar                1 Point           --
Gliscor               2 Points          --
Golem                 3 Points          --
Graveler              2 Points          --
Grotel                1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Hippopotas            1 Point           --
Hippowdon             2 Points          --
Huntail               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Kabuto                1 Point           --
Kabutops              2 Points          --
Kakuna                2 Points          --
Koffing               1 Point           --
Kricketot             1 Point           --
Lairon                2 Points          --
Leafeon               2 Points          --
Magcargo              2 Points          --
Marowak               2 Points          --
Mawile                1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Meganium              1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Defense)
Metagross             3 Points          --
Metang                2 Points          --
Metapod               2 Points          --
Miltank               2 Points          --
Nincada               1 Point           --
Nosepass              1 Point           --
Omanyte               1 Point           --
Omastar               2 Points          --
Onix                  1 Point           --
Parasect              1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Pelipper              2 Points          --
Pineco                1 Point           --
Poliwrath             3 Points          --
Probopass             1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Defense)
Regirock              3 Points          --
Registeel             2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Relicanth             1 Point           1 Point (HP)
Rhyhorn               1 Point           --
Sableye               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Sandshrew             1 Point           --
Sandslash             2 Points          --
Seadra                1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Seedot                1 Point           --
Shelgon               2 Points          --
Shellder              1 Point           --
Shieldon              1 Point           --
Shuckle               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Silcoon               2 Points          --
Skarmory              2 Points          --
Skorupi               1 Point           --
Slowbro               2 Points          --
Spiritomb             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Squirtle              1 Point           --
Steelix               2 Points          --
Sudowoodo             2 Points          --
Suicune               1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Defense)
Tangela               1 Point           --
Tangrowth             2 Points          --
Torkoal               2 Points          --
Torterra              1 Point           2 Points (Defense)
Uxie                  2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Vespiquen             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Wartortle             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Weezing               2 Points          --


--SPECIAL ATTACK EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Abomasnow             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Abra                  1 Point           --
Alakazam              3 Points          --
Ampharos              3 Points          --
Azelf                 1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Beautifly             3 Points          --
Budew                 1 Point           --
Bulbasaur             1 Point           --
Butterfree            2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Cacnea                1 Point           --
Cacturne              1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Camerupt              1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Charizard             3 Points          --
Charmeleon            1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Cherrim               2 Points          --
Cherubi               1 Point           --
Chimecho              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Chingling             1 Point           --
Combusken             1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Darkrai               2 Points          1 Point (Speed)
Deoxys                1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Speed)
Dialga                3 Points          --
Empoleon              3 Points          --
Espeon                2 Points          --
Exeggutor             2 Points          --
Flaaffy               2 Points          --
Gardevoir             3 Points          --
Gastly                1 Point           --
Gengar                3 Points          --
Girafarig             2 Points          --
Glaceon               2 Points          --
Gloom                 2 Points          --
Golduck               2 Points          --
Gorebyss              2 Points          --
Heatran               3 Points          --
Horsea                1 Point           --
Houndoom              2 Points          --
Houndour              1 Point           --
Hunter                2 Points          --
Infernape             1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Speed)
Ivysaur               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Jynx                  2 Points          --
Kadabra               2 Points          --
Kingdra               1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Defense)
Kirlia                2 Points          --
Kyogre                3 Points          --
Latios                3 Points          --
Lucario               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Lunatone              2 Points          --
Magmar                2 Points          --
Magmortar             3 Points          --
Magnemite             1 Point           --
Magneton              2 Points          --
Magnezone             3 Points          --
Mareep                1 Point           --
Masquerain            1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Mesprit               1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Defense)
Mewtwo                3 Points          --
Misdreavus            1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Mismagius             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Moltres               3 Points          --
Mothim                1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Natu                  1 Point           --
Numel                 1 Point           --
Octillery             1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Oddish                1 Point           --
Palkia                3 Points          --
Piplup                1 Point           --
Porygon               1 Point           --
Porygon2              2 Points          --
Porygon-Z             3 Points          --
Prinplup              2 Points          --
Psyduck               1 Point           --
Quilava               1 Point           --
Raikou                1 Point           2 Points (Speed)
Ralts                 1 Point           --
Rayquaza              1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Remoraid              1 Point           --
Roselia               1 Point           --
Roserade              3 Points          --
Rotom                 1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Seadra                1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Seviper               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Slugma                1 Point           --
Smoochum              1 Point           --
Spinda                1 Point           --
Sunflora              2 Points          --
Sunkern               1 Point           --
Togekiss              2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Torchic               1 Point           --
Typhlosion            3 Points          --
Unown                 1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Venomoth              1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Venusaur              2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Vileplum              3 Points          --
Xatu                  1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Zapdos                3 Points          --


--SPECIAL DEFENSE EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Altaria               2 Points          --
Articuno              3 Points          --
Baltoy                1 Point           --
Bayleef               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Beedrill              1 Point           2 Points (Attack)
Bellossom             3 Points          --
Blastoise             3 Points          --
Bronzong              1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Burmy                 1 Point           --
Butterfree            1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Attack)
Chikorita             1 Point           --
Chimecho              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Claydol               1 Point           --
Cleffa                1 Point           --
Corsola               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Cradily               2 Points          --
Cresselia             3 Points          --
Dewgong               2 Points          --
Drowzee               1 Point           --
Dusclops              2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Dusknoir              2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Duskull               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Dustox                3 Points          --
Eevee                 1 Point           --
Grumpig               2 Points          --
Hitmonchan            2 Points          --
Hitmontop             2 Points          --
Ho-oh                 3 Points          --
Hoppip                1 Point           --
Hypno                 2 Points          --
Ivysaur               1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Kecleon               1 Point           --
Kingdra               1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Attack)
Latias                3 Points          --
Ledyba                1 Point           --
Ledian                2 Points          --
Lileep                1 Point           --
Lombre                1 Point           --
Lotad                 1 Point           --
Ludicolo              3 Points          --
Lugia                 3 Points          --
Mantine               2 Points          --
Mantyke               1 Point           --
Masquerain            1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Meganium              2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Mesprit               1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Attack)
Milotic               2 Points          --
Mime Jr.              1 Point           --
Misdreavus            1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Mismagius             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Mr. Mime              2 Points          --
Ninetales             1 Point           1 Point (Speed)
Politoed              3 Points          --
Probopass             2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Regice                3 Points          --
Registeel             1 Point           2 Points (Defense)
Seel                  1 Point           --
Shuckle               1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Slowking              3 Points          --
Spiritomb             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Spoink                1 Point           --
Suicune               2 Points          1 Point (Defense)
Swablu                1 Point           --
Tentacool             1 Point           --
Tentacruel            2 Points          --
Togekiss              1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Attack)
Togepi                1 Point           --
Togetic               2 Points          --
Umbreon               2 Points          --
Uxie                  1 Point           2 Points (Defense)
Venonat               1 Point           --
Venusaur              1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Attack)
Vespiquen             1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Wartortle             1 Point           1 Point (Defense)
Wormadam              2 Points          --


--SPEED EVs--

Pokemon Name          EVs Received      Other Received EVs

Aerodactyl            2 Points          --
Aipom                 1 Point           --
Ambipom               2 Points          --
Buizel                1 Point           --
Buneary               1 Point           --
Charmander            1 Point           --
Charmeleon            1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Chimchar              1 Point           --
Combee                1 Point           --
Crobat                3 Points          --
Cyndaquil             1 Point           --
Darkrai               1 Point           2 Points (Sp. Attack)
Delcatty              1 Point           1 Point (HP)
Delibird              1 Point           --
Deoxys                1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Attack)
Diglett               1 Point           --
Dugtrio               2 Points          --
Electabuzz            2 Points          --
Electrike             1 Point           --
Electrode             2 Points          --
Elekid                1 Point           --
Fearow                2 Points          --
Feebas                1 Point           --
Finneon               1 Point           --
Floatzel              2 Points          --
Flygon                2 Points          1 Point (Attack)
Froslass              2 Points          --
Furret                2 Points          --
Glameow               1 Point           --
Golbat                2 Points          --
Grovyle               2 Points          --
Illumise              1 Point           --
Infernape             1 Point           1 Point (Attack & Sp. Attack)
Jolteon               2 Points          --
Jumpluff              3 Points          --
Linoone               2 Points          --
Lopunny               2 Points          --
Lumineon              2 Points          --
Luvdisc               1 Point           --
Magby                 1 Point           --
Magikarp              1 Point           --
Manectric             2 Points          --
Medicham              2 Points          --
Meditite              1 Point           --
Meowth                1 Point           --
Minun                 1 Point           --
Monferno              1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Murkrow               1 Point           --
Ninetales             1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Defense)
Ninjask               2 Points          --
Pachirisu             1 Point           --
Persian               2 Points          --
Pichu                 1 Point           --
Pidgeot               3 Points          --
Pidgeotto             2 Points          --
Pidgey                1 Point           --
Pikachu               2 Points          --
Plusle                1 Point           --
Poliwag               1 Point           --
Poliwhirl             2 Points          --
Ponyta                1 Point           --
Purugly               2 Points          --
Quilava               1 Point           --
Raichu                3 Points          --
Raikou                2 Points          1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Rapidash              2 Points          --
Raticate              2 Points          --
Rattata               1 Point           --
Rotom                 1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Sceptile              3 Points          --
Skiploom              2 Points          --
Skitty                1 Point           --
Smeargle              1 Point           --
Sneasel               1 Point           --
Spearow               1 Point           --
Staravia              2 Points          --
Starly                1 Point           --
Starmie               2 Points          --
Staryu                1 Point           --
Stunky                1 Point           --
Surskit               1 Point           --
Swellow               2 Points          --
Taillow               1 Point           --
Tauros                1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Treecko               1 Point           --
Venomoth              1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Vibrava               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Vigoroth              2 Points          --
Volbeat               1 Point           --
Voltorb               1 Point           --
Vulpix                1 Point           --
Weavile               1 Point           1 Point (Attack)
Weedle                1 Point           --
Wingull               1 Point           --
Xatu                  1 Point           1 Point (Sp. Attack)
Yanma                 2 Points          --
Zigzagoon             1 Point           --
Zubat                 1 Point           --


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EV TRAINING HOTSPOTS_________________________________________________________

Here are some EV-training "hotspots" - places with many wild Pokemon that give EVs of one or two stats. So you won't find things that give 2 Attack EVs and 1 Defense EV or anything like that, which can screw up your training a little bit.


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--HP EVs--

Where:    Route 201
Who:      Bidoof (1)
    
Where:    Valley Windworks
Who:      Shellos (1) Bidoof (1)    

Where:    Route 222
Who:      Gastrodon (2)


--ATTACK EVs--    

Where:    Route 202
Who:      Shinx (1)    

Where:    Route 212
Who:      Kricketune (2) Bibarel (2)

Where:    Route 208
Who:      Bibarel (2) Machop (1)    

Where:    Acuity Lakefront
Who:      Snover (1) Machoke (2)    

Where:    Lake Valor
Who:      Seaking (2) Gyarados (2)
Need:     Super Rod    

*Unown also gives 1 Attack EV, but gives out 1 Special Attack EV as well.


--DEFENSE EVs--
    
Where:    Oreburgh Gate, Left of Oreburgh City
Who:      Geodude (1)

Where:    Oreburgh Mine
Who:      Geodude (1) Onix (1)

Where:    Ruin Maniacs Cave
Who:      Hippopotas (1) Geodude (1)
    
Where:    Iron Island Mines
Who:      Graveler (2) Onix (1)
    

--SPECIAL ATTACK EVs--
    
Where:    Route 204
Who:      Budew (1)

Where:    The old Chateau in Eterna Forest
Who:      Ghastly (1) Haunter (2) Gengar (3)
Need:     FireRed/LeafGreen/Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald in the GBA slot for Haunter and Gengar.
NOTE:     For Gengar, you must be in the room with the painting with red eyes.

Where:    Lost Tower on Route 209
Who:      Gastly (1)

Where:    Route 229
Who:      Roselia (1) Gloom (2)

Where:    Resort Areas pond
Who:      Golduck (2)

*Unown also gives 1 Special Attack EV, but gives out 1 Attack EV as well.


--SPECIAL DEFENSE EVs--

Where:    Any sea route
Who:      Tentacool (1), Tentacruel (2) Mantyke (1)
Need:     HM03 Surf, Pokemon with surf

Just decided to list this. Mantyke doesn't appear in every sea route, but it's not like it's any better than Tentacool or Tentacruel.


--SPEED EVs--

Where:    Route 201
Who:      Starly

Where:    Cave with Zubats and Golbats
Who:      Zubat (1) Golbat (2)

Too many to list, so I just wrote this.

Where:    Trophy Garden of Pokemon Mansion
Who:      Pikachu (2) Pichu (1) Staravia (2)

Where:    Lost Tower South of Solaceon town.
Who:      Zubat (1)
NOTE:     Also has Gastly in there, so it's like hitting two birds with one stone for special sweepers.


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EV TRAINING HOTSPOTS: VS SEEKER___________________________________________________

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--HP EVs--
Where:          Route 209.  She is standing at the top of the sand for the bike
Who:            Cowgirl Shelly
What they have: 5 Bidoof
Level:          Around Lv. 15
Total EVs:      5

Where:          Route 210
Who:            Bird Keeper Brianna
What they have: 2 Noctowl
Level:          Around Lv. 40
Total EVs:      4

Where:          Route 212
Who:            Fisherman Travis
What they have: 3 Barboach and a Shellos
Level:          ???
Total EVs:      4

Where:          Route 213
Who:            Tuber Jared
What they have: 3 Gastrodon
Level:          Around Lv. 50-55
Total EVs:      6

Where:          Route 219
Who:            Tuber Mariel
What they have: 2 Marill
Level:          Around Lv. 15
Total EVs:      4

  
--ATTACK EVs--

Where:          Route 203
Who:            Lass Madeline
What they have: 1 Staraptor, 1 Bibarel
Level:          Around Lv. 40
Total EVs:      5

Where:          Route 213
Who:            Swimmer Sheltin
What they have: 3 Gyarados
Level:          Around Lv. 30
Total EVs:      6

Where:          Route 214
Who:            PI Carlos
What they have: 1 Goldeen, 2 Seaking
Level:          Around Lv. 40
Total EVs:      5

Where:          Route 218
Who:            Fisherman Miguel
What they have: 2 Gyarados
Level:          Around Lv. 50
Total EVs:      4

Where:          Route 222
Who:            Fisherman Alec
What they have: 2 Gyarados
Level:          Around Lv. 50
Total EVs:      4

Where:          Route 222
Who:            Rich Boy Trey
What they have: 1 Luxio
Level:          Around Lv. 60
Total EVs:      2

Where:          Route 225
Who:            Ace Trainer Quinn
What they have: 1 Pinser, 1 Mightyena
Level:          Around Lv. 50
Total EVs:      4


--DEFENSE EVs--

Where:          Route 210
Who:            Ninja Boy Fabian
What they have: 3 Geodude
Level:          Around Lv. 20
Total EVs:      3

Where:          Route 212
Who:            Collector Dominique
What they have: 3 Geodude
Level:          Around Lv. 20
Total EVs:      3

Where:          Route 221
Who:            Collector Ivan
What they have: 3 Hippopotas
Level:          Around Lv. 50
Total EVs:      3


--SPECIAL ATTACK EVs--

Where:          Route 212
Who:            PKMN Ranger Jeffrey
What they have: 2 Prinplup
Level:          Around 20
Total EVs:      4

Where:          Route 212
Who:            Scientist Shaun
Need:           HM01 Cut
What they have: ???
Level:          ???
Total EVs:      6

Where:          Route 214
Who:            Psychic Mitchell
What they have: 1 Gengar, 1 Alakazam
Level:          Around Lv. 55
Total EVs:      6


Where:          Route 214
Who:            Collector Douglas
What they have: 3 Roselia
Level:          Around Lv. 25
Total EVs:      6


--SPECIAL DEFENSE EVs--

Where:          Route 210
Who:            Ninja Boy Davido
What they have: 1 Dustox
Level:          ???
Total EVs:      3

Where:          Route 230
Who:            Swimmer Sophia
Need:           HM03 Surf
What they have: 2 Mantyke
Level:          ???
Total EVs:      2

Where:          Route 230
Who:            Swimmer Mallory
Need:           HM03 Surf
What they have: 1 Seel, 1 Dewgong
Level:          ???
Total EVs:      3


--SPEED EVs--

Where:          Route 205
Who:            Fisherman Andrew
What they have: 6 Magikarp
Level:          Around Lv. 10
Total EVs:      6

Where:          Cycling Road, third male from the top
Who:            Cyclist John
What they have: 2 Staravia
Level:          Around Lv. 40
Total EVs:      4


EV Training Suggestions - VS Seeker
Basically, the more Pokemon there are, the better the trainer. So if you fight that guy with 6 Magikarp, it'll be better than that guy with 2 Staravia. By a long shot.

Also, this is assuming you have both the Power Items and Pokerus. I just don't wanna type it out all 6 times. It gets kinda redundant. Also, if you don't have Pokerus, then just multiply the amount of times you have to battle the person by 2. And if you don't have the Power Item but you have Pokerus, then just get a calculator out and get crackin'. If you don't have either, good luck.

HP Training
  • Cowgirl Shelly on Rt. 209. 50 EVs total, fight her 5 times, take off the Power Item, fight a random Bidoof. There you have it, 252 EVs.
  • Tuber Jared on Rt. 213. 42 EVs total, fight him 6 times. Better for higher-leveled Pokemon (around Lv. 45 and higher).

Attack Training
  • Swimmer Sheltin on Rt. 213. 36 EVs total. Fight him 7 times. Has Lv. 30 Pokemon.
  • Fisherman Alec is on Rt. 222. 24 EVs total. Fight one 10 times, then Rich Boy Trey. Has Lv. 50 Pokemon, so it's better if you want experience points.
  • Rich Boy Trey on Rt. 222. He gives out money. Lots of money. Like, around 10000 without an Amulet Coin.

Defense Training
  • Ninja Boy Fabian on Rt. 210. Also Collector Dominique on Rt. 212. Both have 3 Geodudes around Lv. 20. That's a total of 30 EVs. Battle one 8 times, and then find the last 12 yourself.
  • Collector Ivan on Rt. 221. 30 EVs total, same as above. Has Lv. 50 Pokemon, so come prepared.

Special Attack Training
  • Collector Douglas on Rt. 214. 36 EVs total. Battle him 7 times for the 252 EVs. Has Pokemon around Lv. 25.
  • Psychic Mitchell on Rt. 214. 24 EVs total. Battle him 10 times and find the other 12 yourself. Has Pokemon nearing Lv. 60, so if you want experience...there you go.

Special Defense Training

Sorry about Special Defense, I don't know the levels of the Pokemon yet. So I can't suggest anything else other than to battle Wild Pokemon. If somebody could check them for me, it'd be appreciated.


Speed Training
  • Fisherman Andrew on Rt. 205 (West of Eterna City). 60 EVs total. Has Pokemon around Lv. 10, but you could probably beat him with newly hatched Pokemon. The only place for Speed I'd recommend.


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POKERUS_____________________________________________________________________

So, what is Pokerus, exactly? It's a little virus. But it's actually a good virus, so you want it. You only have a slim chance of getting it, but once you do, you'll likely want to spread it around and maybe keep an infected Pokemon around by putting it in the PC before it loses it.

What's so great about it? It doubles the total amount of EVs you gain. So that 3 EVs in Attack that you get from Salamence double to become 6. Paired up with the Power items, this thing can really cut down the time needed for EV-training without them.

How can you tell if you have Pokerus? Well, if you look at your Pokemon's profile on the first page (where it has the location and picture and stuff), then you should either see PkRS above your Pokemon's picture, or a smiley face that looks like ('.') near the bottom-right corner. When you see PkRS, then that means that you have Pokerus and you can still infect others. When you have the smiley face, that means that you've lost the ability to spread the virus around but the effects still remain. You can only have PkRS for a short period of time unless it's in the PC so it's best to infect another Pokemon and keep that one in the PC in case you want to infect more later on. If you leave a Pokemon with PkRS in the PC then it will never go away and you can keep infecting other Pokemon.

How do you infect Pokerus to other Pokemon? First, you send out the Pokemon with Pokerus into a wild battle. You then either have the foe attack you with a physical-contact move like Tackle or Scratch, or you do it yourself. After that has been achieved, you switch to the Pokemon you want to be infected and either attack or be attacked. After that, you should have Pokerus. If you don't, try again. Alternatively, you could just walk around for about 1000 steps or something, whatever floats your boat.

Note that even if you have Pokerus and EV-train with it, the max stat won't be any higher, even though the stats seem to go up higher than usual. That means that if I train my Garchomp with Pokerus, the highest it can get (with max IVs, 252 EVs) is still 333.

EV TRAINING HELPERS & POKERUS COMBINATIONS_______________________________________

For you lazy people out there who don't want to do the math. This will show you what you can accomplish with Pokerus and either the Macho Brace or a Power Item.

1 EV
  • Macho Brace + PKRS = 2(2(1)) = 4 EVs
  • Power Item + PKRS = 2(1+4) = 10 EVs
2 EVs
  • Macho Brace + PKRS = 2(2(2)) = 8 EVs
  • Power Item + PKRS = 2(2+4) = 12 EVs
3 EVs
  • Macho Brace + PKRS = 2(2(3)) = 12 EVs
  • Power Item + PKRS = 2(3+4) = 14 EVs


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-Natures-

[insert chit-chat crap]

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        -Atk   |  -Def  | -Sp.Atk| -Sp.Def|  -Spd  | +Pof
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+Atk   | Hardy | Lonely | Adamant| Naughty| Brave  | Spicy
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+Def   | Bold  | Docile | Impish | Lax    | Relaxed| Tough
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+SAtk  | Modest| Mild   | Bashful| Rash   | Quiet  | Dry
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+SDef  | Calm  | Gentle | Careful| Quirky | Sassy  | Bitter
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+Spd   | Timid | Hasty  | Jolly  | Naive  | Serious| Sweet
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-Pof   | Spicy | Tough  | Dry    | Bitter | Sweet  |
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When you see a +, that means that that stat is increased by 10%. Likewise, when you see a -, that means that that stat is decreased by 10%.

The natures that + and - the same stat don't do anything. Nada. Zip. Zoodle. You get the point.

Pof means poffin. +Pof means that the flavour is favourable, and -Pof means that the Pokemon dislikes it. As you can see, -Atk natures don't like Spicy, -Def natures don't like Tough, -SAtk natures don't like Dry, etc. Likewise, +Atk natures like Spicy, +Def natures like Tough, +SAtk natures like Dry, etc.


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-EV Training in Pokemon XD-

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Mt. Battle Area 7 - level 57+ Pokémon

1st trainer: 5 Speed EVs
2nd trainer: 6 Speed EVs
3rd trainer: 8 Speed EVs
4th trainer: 10 Speed EVs
5th trainer: 12 Speed EVs
6th trainer: 5 Sp. Atk EVs
7th trainer: 9 Sp. Atk EVs
8th trainer: 7 Sp. Atk EVs
9th trainer: 8 Sp. Atk EVs
10th trainer: 13 Sp. Atk EVs
Total: 41 Speed, 42 Sp. Atk

Mt. Battle Area 8 - level 62+ Pokémon

1st trainer: 6 Sp. Def EVs
2nd trainer: 5 Sp. Def EVs
3rd trainer: 9 Sp. Def EVs
4th trainer: 8 Sp. Def EVs
5th trainer: 13 Sp. Def EVs
6th trainer: 5 Attack EVs
7th trainer: 6 Attack EVs
8th trainer: 9 Attack EVs
9th trainer: 10 Attack EVs
10th trainer: 13 Attack EVs
Total: 41 Sp. Def, 43 Attack

Mt. Battle Area 9 - level 63+ Pokémon

1st trainer: 8 HP EVs
2nd trainer: 7 HP EVs
3rd trainer: 8 HP EVs
4th trainer: 8 HP EVs
5th trainer: 8 HP EVs
6th trainer: 6 Defense EVs
7th trainer: 9 Defense EVs
8th trainer: 7 Defense EVs
9th trainer: 9 Defense EVs
10th trainer: 12 Defense EVs
Total: 39 HP, 43 Defense


As far as I know, Pokemon Colosseum has no such feature.


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Maybe we could put some of these things onto the site instead of the forums? Liek how FEP has info on the games?

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i still dont understand how you specific evs from these pokemon a few are labeled with the ev they give but others just say points so im assuming that ALL pokemon give out eps but if thats true what ev do you recieve from pokemon that dont give out specific stat eps? and wouldent you need to start training your pokemon from level 1 to get the specific evs that you want?


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QUOTE(MetalHealth @ Feb 9 2008, 02:09 AM) *
i still dont understand how you specific evs from these pokemon a few are labeled with the ev they give but others just say points

effort values = effort points. 3 effort points in attack = 3 attack evs. Just a different name.

so im assuming that ALL pokemon give out eps but if thats true what ev do you recieve from pokemon that dont give out specific stat eps?

Yes, all Pokemon give out effort points. All Pokemon give out specific evs. A Bidoof always gives out 1 HP ev. Nothing else.

and wouldent you need to start training your pokemon from level 1 to get the specific evs that you want?

No, you can use rare candies until you get to Lv. 99 then ev train it. As long as you don't battle anything that gives you the wrong evs, you're fine. Also, wild Pokemon start out with 0 evs, so you don't have to go around looking for a Lv. 1 Dialga to ev train.


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i see thank you very much, but when i said dont they have to start froom lvl 1 i was refering to pokemon who have been leveled through fighting gyms and the elite 4 and random pokemon


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If you've fought random Pokemon then you can use berries to get rid of the evs you don't want.

http://forums.gtsplus.net/index.php?s=&...ost&p=13531


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QUOTE(Black Ice @ Feb 9 2008, 11:11 AM) *
If you've fought random Pokemon then you can use berries to get rid of the evs you don't want.

http://forums.gtsplus.net/index.php?s=&...ost&p=13531

ah i see thanks alot ^^ now it all seems pretty clear


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I have done all of this yet I got +1 on speed ? I have pokerus and everything confused.gif


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Sometimes it depends on what Pokemon it is and at what level. Lower level Pokemon don't get as high stat gains as higher leveled ones, and slow Pokemon probably don't gain a lot of speed either.


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... why wasn't this moved to General Pokemon?

Moving.


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Maybe because it's only meant for the Fourth Gen? happy.gif Look at the Pokemon Black Ice put up for training...

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Darkrai, Modest LvL50 - HP: 134 (8/0) | Atk: 99 (30/0) | Def: 105 (20/0) | Sp.Atk: 154 (0/0) | Sp.Def: 106 (22/0) | Spd: 134 (8/0) | Hidden Power: 51, FIGHTING | Format: stat (IV/EP)

What does this mean? Is it really bad? Will anybody ever take it? ;-;
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QUOTE(Raven @ Feb 26 2008, 04:15 PM) *
... why wasn't this moved to General Pokemon?

Moving.


Because most of this stuff only applies for D/P.


Darkrai, Modest LvL50 - HP: 134 (8/0) | Atk: 99 (30/0) | Def: 105 (20/0) | Sp.Atk: 154 (0/0) | Sp.Def: 106 (22/0) | Spd: 134 (8/0) | Hidden Power: 51, FIGHTING | Format: stat (IV/EP)

Darkrai is at Lv. 50 and is Modest. HP is 134, with 8 IVs and 0 EP (also EV)s. Attack is 99, has 30 IVs, and has 0 EVs. Defense is 105, has 20 IVs and 0 EVs. Special Attack is 154 and has no IVs or EVs. Special Defense is 106 and has 22 IVs and 0 EVs. Speed is 134 and has 8 IVs and 0 EVs. When you teach it Hidden Power, it'll be a Fighting move with 51 power.


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