Breeding Question

Discussion in 'Electronic Games' started by Charizardian, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. Charizardian

    Charizardian New Member

    Does the natures of the Pokémon that are breeding affect the eggs? Just curious, as the natures of the Pokémon I'm getting from eggs are similar.
     
  2. vanderbilt_grad

    vanderbilt_grad New Member

    Yes. If you have the mother hold an everstone then the eggs are fairly likely to have the same nature she does.
     
  3. ~Blazi-King~

    ~Blazi-King~ New Member

    Does this work too if the female parent is a 3rd Gen Poke (IE from Emerald) and the male from 4th Gen (IE DP)?

    From my experience, it hasnt worked...

    All others have worked with the everstone though...3rd Gen w/ 3rd Gen and 4th w/ 4th.
     
  4. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    does it effect their characteristic (the thing below their nature that has to do with what their best iv is, like proud of its power, and stuff like that)?
     
  5. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    In a way, yes. A Pokemon gains one IV from each parent, so if it's a high one that gets passed along, it's quite possible that you'll have the same message on the children.
     
  6. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Correction: this is what happens, citation X-Act's guide:

     
  7. ~Blazi-King~

    ~Blazi-King~ New Member

    ^ Thanks for that...Good Info to know!
     
  8. Pikamaster

    Pikamaster Active Member

    I don't think everstone on the female pokemon will work, unless the male is the same or from the same evolution line (IE pikachu and raichu) or the other pokemon with the female is a ditto. And yes, if you have a male of one pokemon and breed it with a ditto holding an everstone, the ditto does have the 50% chance of passing on it's nature.
     
  9. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

  10. Pikamaster

    Pikamaster Active Member

    Me to. I had no Idea how that worked before. Now, I could raise super scary pokemon, if I feel like doing all that breeding.
     
  11. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Seemed to work well for my last time, but I could be wrong.
    After about two weeks and 570~ eggs, I hatched a M Adamant Lileep: 31 / 31 / 31 / 15 / 31 / 0 (HP Ice 64). Towards the last 120, I was regularly throwing out Pokemon with three perfect IVs.
     
  12. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    wow! and i tought my 90 heracross (still dont have a great one yet...) and 80 onix and stuff like that were bad.
    but 570ish!
    thats crazy!
     
  13. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    That's not the half of it. I still haven't gotten the Pokemon I'm going for; that was just a lucky accident of a Pokemon. I'm about 2 weeks in on breeding for my 31/31/31/31/31/2 Sassy Lileep. The first 120 eggs were a big mistake, because I didn't have a parent with a single 31, just one or two 30s. Fortunately, I got a few random 31s from that, and carried on from there.
     
  14. Pikamaster

    Pikamaster Active Member

    You play that game to much. I'm happy for 31 in the stat I want, but 31/31/31/31/31/2?!?!?! That's incredible! If I battled you, I'd lose. Heck, if I got one with 3 perfect IVs, I'd stop getting eggs, hatch the other ones I had, get the best one out of those 5 and raise the best.
     
  15. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Being good at preparing the Pokemon and being able to actually battle and strategize are two different things. I just happen to be better at the former.
     

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