Eevees (the pokemon)

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  1. drmario

    drmario New Member

    I am raising a Glaceon in Pearl. It is quiet nature which raises sp atk. I maxed out the sp atk. EVs for it. Right now at lv. 87 it's sp. atk. is 322. Unless it gets a major boost it will peak out around 350-370. According to serebii.net Glaceon's sp. atk. can be 393. He has been a Glaceon since lv. 2. Should I have raised it as an eevee for a while before I evolved it? Why wouldn't it's sp. atk. be higher?
     
  2. metricus

    metricus New Member

    No I don't think that would have worked, but try some vitamins that up sp.atk just make sure you only battle pokemon that give out sp.atk EVs.
     
  3. CyberManectric

    CyberManectric Active Member

    It's because your Glaceon has low IV's for it's Sp.Atk. It would only have a Sp. Atk of 393 if it had 31 IV's in Sp.Atck and maxed out EV's in that stat as well.
    ~Cyber~
     
  4. ColdCoates90

    ColdCoates90 New Member

    Individual values or IV's are what make 2 pokemon at the same level different from each other. They are a value from 0-31 and you see the difference they make at higher levels.(like you did) IVs are set in stone, so theres no way to change them,but you can breed for better IV's.
     
    Last edited: Nov 29, 2007
  5. drmario

    drmario New Member

    How do you get good IV's? According to the IV calculator on serebii my glaceon has an sp. atk. IV of 9. If the characteristic(likes to run, capable of taking hits) and nature both helped sp atk. would that make the IV's higher?
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2007
  6. Magic_Umbreon

    Magic_Umbreon Researching Tower Scientist, Retired

    Nature is independant of IVs, the characteristic shows one of its highest IVs like a reflection not a predicate.
     
  7. meditite rox

    meditite rox New Member

    0-31, not 1-31
     
  8. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    how do you tell the ivs of a pokemon? i tried that serebii iv calculater but i didnt understand it.
     
  9. Quatra

    Quatra New Member

    I don't use Serebii's IV Calculator. I use the one on PsyPokes.com, which they call DV Calculator. The way it works is this. Select the Pokemon it is, in this case Glaceon. Then select it's level, followed by what it's stats are (HP, Atk, Sp Atk,etc) Then choose the Nature. It will then give you a ball park range of what your Pokemon's IV's are. What you want is 31 in every stat, it will also tell you the max the Stat can be based on the level, Nature, and which Pokemon. For Instance Dialga for Example.

    Level 47 with a Modest Nature, the best you can have is this.

    165 Hp
    118 Atk
    132 Def
    176 Sp Atk
    113 Sp Def
    104 Spd

    Same Pokemon and Level but Adament Nature

    165 Hp
    145 Atk
    132 Def
    144 Sp Atk
    113 Sp Def
    104 Spd

    The Only difference being the Atk and Sp Atk

    Keep in mind that these are the highest you can have in each Stat, and the likelyhood of getting them all at the high end in one Pokemon is very rare. It takes a lot of resetting to get them in the higher end of the values.
     
  10. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    And don't forget about the EVs.
     
  11. vaporeon

    vaporeon Moderator

    Here is what I do, I don't use the calculators as I get different results from each one. Get a Quite Eevee(I assume your are giving it Ice Shard) and get a bunch of them and do a LV 100 mod WI-FI match with someone and look at its stats, you want the as close as 31 as possible in each stat. If they look anywhere as close to this, you have a good Eevee:

    Level-100
    HP- 251
    ATK- 131
    DEF- 136
    SATK- 138
    SDEF- 166
    SPD - 146


    This is the way a Level 100 Eevee looks with 31 IV's in each area with the Nature of Quite and 0 EV's. I can tell a Pokemon's IV's just by looking at their stats.

    Hope this can help you.
     
  12. drmario

    drmario New Member

    Well it would help but I don't have wifi at home so I would have to go somewhere. I raised the glaceon I had to lv. 100 and it's sp. atk. is 370, so it is hardly a bad pokemon. The good thing about it that two of it's stats (defense and sp. atk.) are over 300.
     
  13. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    EEVEE?
    I think you might want to breed another EEVEE that has some better IV's
     
  14. Miamisportsfan45

    Miamisportsfan45 Active Member

    He doesn't understand what IV's are. lol. That's what they're trying to explain to him. Though, he might know them now.
     
  15. Jran Sakarra

    Jran Sakarra New Member

    Ah, ok then...
    IV is sorta like what a Pokemon is better at learning.
    Some are better at math, while others are better are English.
     
  16. drmario

    drmario New Member

    I get IV's now it just makes it a pain to raise a good pokemon. It takes long enough just to get the right nature.
     
  17. ShadowTogetic

    ShadowTogetic New Member

    uh...everstone...?
     
  18. drmario

    drmario New Member

    I thought it worked only if the female had the right nature.
     
  19. ShadowTogetic

    ShadowTogetic New Member

    uh...ditto?
     
  20. drmario

    drmario New Member

    You still have to have a ditto of the right nature. I have one ditto.

    So you give put a male of the pokemon you want with a ditto or the correct nature?
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2007

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