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Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Pokebot on Sat May 30, 2009 8:35 pm

Today, I'll be explaining the best way to EV train. I'll give you instructions on what makes your pokemon best; what's best for them, and where you train them. It'll go right through the story of Pokemon Platinum, Pokemon Diamond, and Pokemon Pearl. So you better have your reading glasses, we're going to start... the adventure, the guide to effort value training.

Step one: At the start of the game, you should choose either one of your favourite type. But don't think it's all favourites that'll get you through. Think like this... Turtwig is good in defense and special attack, but lacks speed. Piplup is good with attack and special attack, speed is okay. Chimchar, faster than both Piplup and Turtwig, however lacks defense and special defense.

Doing so will allow you to choose the perfect starter. I started with Piplup.

Step two: Try trading some pokemon from your previous game. Varying from where you currently are, get a pokemon that won't go above it's limit and disobey you. Pokemon will disobey you without a certain level. For instance, if my Charmeleon was level 32, it wouldn't be wise. Why? Because you need a larger gym's badge. Going to the Eterna with level 32 traded pokemon isn't applicable, so keep an eye on that. Wink

Step two: Go in contests. Contests make the pokemon embedded with happiness which'll allow it to grow levels faster. Make sure your pokemon have stunning moves, like a Skitty specialises in Cuteness. So find the moves your pokemon has more specialisation in. For instance, I could have my little Larvitar with a few tough moves or maybe cute moves. Use contests to your advantage. Smile My Larvitar, rock and ground, has specific moves that will specifically fit in with a specific contest. Find out how many points you'll get and what weaknesses that move has, like use it a second time and the points will minus.

Step three: The daycare. Put your Pokemon in the daycare with maybe a Ditto you traded over. You will get an egg with specific moves. For instance, my Larvitar is level 14 but it has Sandstorm, Earthquake, Stone Edge, and Hyper Beam. They're amazing, right? Well, you might encounter your starter reborn with Hydro Cannon, or Blast Burn! Or possibly leaf storm! Very Happy

Step four: Raise your pokemon is a grassy patch with pokemon a few levels under you. If above, run from battle or use a smoke bomb. Getting away will allow you to find another pokemon with identical statuses and you might encounter a Ponyta, when you can use maybe a Piplup with Bubble.

Step five: Battle trainers. That is the easiest way of getting experience. Battle trainers and use the surroundings well. You need a field or patch with heaps of grass to find trainers identical to yours. Use the advantage of beating trainers with one specific pokemon. You will most likely gain two to four levels, that'd be amazing! Make sure that your pokemon is close to their level, so that higher levelled pokemon you have can go against upcoming tougher opponents with higher level pokemon. Wink

Step six: The final step. Don't give your pokemon rare candies. Give your pokemon heaps of berries that raise special attack, or use body strengthening medications like Carbos, or Zinc. Buy as many as possible and your pokemon's happiness, along with stats, will rise. Then you'll be zooming levels easily!

Note: Don't use Pokesav or Action Replay. EV train your pokemon and you'll become the toughest trainer! Pokesav is for people who aren't confident, so build confidence and battle everyone! Enjoy my guide and if it's helped you, post and discuss.

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Shadow Rayquaza on Sun May 31, 2009 9:25 am

i just figured out how to do this, if you have a pokemon with pokerus then put it on the one you want to train, if your training it to advance in strength then you do it on shinxs, health i believe is bidoof, speed is starly, if you have a power brace and pokerus you only have to battle 26 shinxs instead of 126 with just pokerus, if you don't have pokerus, then you need to battle double that for the max stat increase, you can only get 500 and something ev points to increase your stats so choose one and work on it, then choose another one and work on that, the item you can get with the points from the battle tower with power infront of them help increase the ev points you get by 10 and with pokerus you only have to battle 26 of the required pokemon to raise that stat.

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Xiso on Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:15 am

That piece of text is also explanable.
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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Shadow Rayquaza on Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:51 pm

what text mine?

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Kingdra on Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:57 pm

I think you forgot a step;

Step seven: Battling special Pokemon gains you special experience:

Bidoof-HP
Machop-Attack
Geodude-Defense
Starly & Zubat- Speed
Gastly- Special Attack
Tentacool- Special Defense
Macho Brace attached- Doubles EV

Also, remember about natures and personalities. Here is a guide:

Hardy, docile, serious, bashful & quirky- None
Lonely, Grave, Adamant, Naughty- Raises Attack
Bold, Relaxed, Impish, Lax- Raises Defense
Timid, Hasty, Jolly, naive- Raises Speed
Modest, Mild, Quite, Rash- Raises Sp. Attack
Calm, gentle, Sassy, Careful- Sp. Defense

Natures:

HP- Loves eating, takes naps a lot, Daydreams a lot, Untidy, Loves to relax
Speed-Loves to race, sensitive to sound, Spaz, Clown, runs away fast
Attack-Proud of its strength, Loves to thrash about, Short tempered, Loves to fight, Hot blooded
SP. Atk-Curious, Mischevious, Shrewd, Pondering, Very organized
Defense-Strong, tolerant, Tenacious, Patient, enduring
SP. Def-Obstinate, Vanity, Competitive, Hates to lose, Stubborn

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Shadow Rayquaza on Mon Jun 01, 2009 4:01 pm

for attack you can also battle shinx

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Xiso on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:47 pm

Thanks for that, as well!
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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Shadow Rayquaza on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:49 pm

its complicated at first but you get the hang of it

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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Electivire on Thu Jun 04, 2009 2:43 pm

Thanks, this helps a lot o.O
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Re: Guide to: Effort Values Training

Post by Shadow Rayquaza on Thu Jun 04, 2009 2:48 pm

it pays off too

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