Ever notice that the same Pokémon are always for different players with different stats? This is because players have increased the EV of their Pokémon through training from childhood to make them super powerful. We will tell you how this is done.
Method 1 of 4: Breeding Pokemon
Step 1. Start training your Pokemon from birth
If you want to control the EV of your Pokémon, you need to start exercising from birth. Match Pokémon to get an egg that will hatch the type of Pokémon you want.
Step 2. Use a Pokemon with good starting parameters to grow into a powerful Pokemon
Many of the initial parameters of Pokémon (they are called IV) are determined by the parameters of their parents. That is, you need to choose powerful Pokémon as parents in order to get a powerful Pokémon baby. You need to understand how to mix Pokémon correctly.
Step 3. Check the IV parameters of your Pokémon
After you have got a couple of Pokemon babies, check their IV parameters using the “/ iv” command. This command must be entered into the chat window without quotes in order for a window with the Pokemon parameters to appear. Choose the strongest newborn Pokémon.
Method 2 of 4: EV Combat Training
Step 1. Choose which battles your Pokemon participates in
Every time your new Pokémon takes part in a battle, it receives EV points. Therefore, you need to be very careful when choosing battles for your new Pokémon until they get the maximum amount of EVs. Let the Pokémon only fight in the battles that you are sure to win.
All types of Pokémon will receive different types of EV points after the battle. You need to know which Pokémon are given what
Step 2. Change the Pokemon if necessary
In the early stages of EV training, your Pokémon may not have the right data to defeat the right enemy to get the points you want. This problem can be solved. For example, by activating the Exp. Share ability, then your new Pokémon will receive EV points after winning a battle, even if he did not fight. You can also use your new Pokemon for only one round, and then switch to a stronger Pokemon.
Step 3. Fight the right Pokemon
Some Pokémon only give 1 EV after the battle, others as much as 3! If you want to quickly increase the power of your Pokémon, choose the opponents that give the most points.
- For example, in the battle with Nidokvin you get 3 EV health points, and in the battle with Machamp you get 3 attack points.
- Remember that in some skills, Pokémon can give a large number of points, but this means that they are quite difficult to defeat and difficult to meet. It is better to find more Pokémon that give 1 or 2 points, but are more common.
Method 3 of 4: Increase Training Efficiency
Step 1. Use vitamins
Vitamins can give your Pokémon up to 10 EV points in certain skills. You can give the Pokémon up to 10 vitamins, that is, quickly score an extra 100 EV points (out of a maximum of 510 EV points). Vitamins cost $ 9,800 apiece.
You can buy vitamins from Department Store 9 in White and Black Pokémon
Step 2. Use additional items
There are various items that can be given to Pokémon so that they get EV points faster. The best of these items is the Macho Brace, which doubles the Pokémon's EV points, but reduces the Pokémon's speed. Other items, such as Power Weight or Power Belt, only double the points for certain skills and also reduce speed.
Step 3. Try to get infected with Pokerus
Pokerus is a Pokemon virus. It is quite rare. It's like a disease that can be cured in a Pokemon center. You can get the virus if you fight a Pokémon that has the virus. Or just buy this virus or exchange it for something. When your Pokémon gets sick, it will infect the rest of your Pokémon as well. The virus will double the points you receive, but not for long, in a day or two the Pokémon will recover.
- Find out if your Pokémon is sick with a virus by checking the effects on it.
- Remember that this virus is quite rare. You may never meet him.
Step 4. Find the wings and use them
Fenders can sometimes be found on the Marvelous Bridge and on the Driftveil Drawbridge. They increase the EV points earned by 1 point. They give less points than vitamins, but, unlike the latter, unlimited. You will always get 1 point more.
The disadvantage of this item is that it only increases a certain skill, always different depending on which wings you find
Step 5. Use items from Join Avenue
Join Avenue has a variety of items for sale to help you increase your EV points. Try searching Dojo or Cafe for these items to increase your EV by 48. Remember, this can be costly. Secret Dish A, for example, increases your health by 48 points, and costs $ 72,000!
Step 6. Use rare candies to level up your Pokémon
Your Pokémon will only be able to participate in a limited number of battles, so you need to find an alternative. The best alternative is rare candy. They level up your Pokémon by 1. They cost $ 4800 and can be found in many places, depending on which version of the game you have.
Method 4 of 4: Resetting Your EV
Step 1. Be careful with resetting the Pokémon's EV
Each Pokémon can reach a maximum of 510 EV points. Of these, only 252 points can be used to improve one parameter. You can reset your EV points, for example, if you want to start training a Pokémon from the very beginning, and he is already an adult and with his own parameters.
Step 2. Use berries
If you are playing Black or White Pokémon, you can use berries to reduce your EV points. Berries are the opposite of vitamins, they reduce the number of EV points by 10. And in White and Black Pokémon, berries can only be found in the Dream World.
Step 3. Use items that can be bought on Join Avenue
On Join Avenue, you can find a large number of different items that reduce the Pokémon's EV points. Look for these items at the Beauty Salon.
- We recommend that you start training your new Pokémon right away, it will receive points every time you defeat another Pokémon.
- In the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, there are 6 items (for each parameter) that can be obtained in the Battle Tower. They improve all EV points by four. They are called power items: Power Anklet increases speed, Band increases special defense, Belt increases defense, Bracer increases attack, Lens increases special attack, Weight increases health.
- There is also one special rare disease that a Pokémon can pick up when fighting another sick Pokémon. This disease is called Pokerus. It's very, very rare. In the game, some players can trade this disease, so you can exchange it for something. Check out the in-game item exchange and trade forum. The disease increases your EV scores.
- Another item to increase your EV points is the Macho Brace. It doubles the EV points your Pokémon gains, but reduces the speed during battle.
- You can distribute the resulting EV points to improve various parameters. Many people distribute 252, 252, and 4 equally to divide by 4. You can distribute in your own way.
- Try increasing the EV for better Pokémon stats. If you play for the result, most likely, each of your Pokémon has its own role, pump each of your parameters. For example, if one of your Pokémon has a strong attack, only increase his attack parameter using EV points.
- You can increase one parameter to a maximum of 255 points, and all together to a maximum of 510 EV points.
- Consider your Pokémon's natural ability and disposition before training. You do not need to pump those parameters to which the Pokemon does not have a predisposition.
- If you are lucky enough to get the pokerus virus, remember that the Pokémon will heal in 24 hours. Use the time given to you with benefit! When the Pokémon are healed, you will see a small smiley in the lower right corner with a photo of the Pokémon. In the computer version of the game, by the way, the virus is never cured!
- If you have achieved more than 100 EV points in one parameter, you can reduce it with berries if you like. This only works if you have an Emerald Pokémon.
- Keep an eye on the distribution of your EV points, or you will have to start over! In Pokemon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum, use the dedicated app to do this. In other games (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Red Fire, Green Leaf, Heart of Gold, Silver Soul, Black and White), you need to write down the distribution of points on paper. In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, you can talk to the woman who gives the Effort Ribbon in Slateport, she will give you the ribbon if the Pokémon has all 510 EV.
- If a Pokémon reaches level 100, it will not receive EV, even if it does not yet have all 510 points.