Pink Leon

04-02-2010, 11:12 PM

To make EV training easier.

I made a worksheet and a guide to go along with the worksheet.

EV TRAINING WORKSHEET: VERSION 1

(more will be made with different methods at some point)

http://th00.deviantart.net/fs70/150/f/2010/089/9/b/EV_training_worksheet_by_Pink_Leon.png (http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/089/9/b/EV_training_worksheet_by_Pink_Leon.png)

(Click to enlarge - you may download then print)

It's 8"x11" ; printable.

Note: THIS ONLY WORKS ON 3rd, AND 4th GENERATION GAMES (which include all GBA games and DS games: R/S/E, FR/LG, D/P/Pt, HG/SS)

Also this sheet is set up to fully train for 2 stats, and 2 only.

(you may only obtain 510 EV points, but each stat caps off at 255)

This method uses stat drinks (given you are able to obtain 20 of them, 10 for each stat you're training for), you are able to get Pokerus on the pokemon you are training, and that you are able to let it hold a Macho Brace.

First, be sure you have not used the pokemon in battle at all. If you have, and you want to train it, use EV lowering berries. (example: Hondew berry, lowering Sp. attack stat by 10 pts).

Next, you want to plot out what pokemon you want, and what nature it has.

If you don't know what natures higher and lower what stats, I suggest you look it up, unless you have the pokemon on your HG / SS versions. Then you can look into your pokemon's stats. there you might see 2 stats highlighted, one yellow / red, and one blue -- Unless the pokemon has a neutral nature, which does not effect the pokemon's stats. Highlighted red / yellow is the stat that the nature highers, blue lowers, etc.

Choose the 2 stats you want to train for. (Stat #1, and Stat#2; no, the order does not matter.)

Get 10 stat drinks for each of those two stats. (total of 20) - and obviously use them on your pokemon.

When you are ready to train, start fighting wild pokemon that give you effort points MATCHING the 2 stats you are training for. (example: zubats for speed).

make 1 tally mark for every effort point you get. Some pokemon give multiple, don't forget.

I have a list of pokemon that are easiest to find in the wild, and KO.

Ordered by stat that the EVs go to.

Amount of EV points given / Pokemon name:

HP:

1 / Nidoran ♀

2 / Nidorina

2 / Clefairy

2 / Chansey

1 / Hoothoot

2 / Noctowl

2 / Marill

1 / Wooper

2 / Quagsire

2 / Wobbuffet

1 / Wurmple

1 / Shroomish

1 / Snorunt

1 / Spheal

2 / Sealeo

Attack:

1 / Nidoran ♂

2 / Nidorino

1 / Paras

1 / Mankey

2 / Primape

1 / Machop

2 / Machoke

1 / Bellsprout

2 / Weepinbell

2 / Rhydon

1 / Goldeen

2 / Seaking

2 / Pinsir

2 / Gyarados

1 / Spinarak

2 / Ariados

1 / Teddiursa

2 / Ursaring

1 / Stantler

1 / Carvanha

2 / Sharpedo

2 / Banette

Defense:

1 / Geodude

2 / Graveler

2 / Slowbro

1 / Onix

1 / Rhyhorn

2 / Sudowoodo

1 / Pineco

1 / Gligar

2 / Steelix

2 / Skarmory

2 / Miltank

2 / Silcoon

2 / Cascoon

2 / Pelipper

1 / Aron

2 / Lairon

Special Attack:

1 / Oddish

2 / Gloom

1 / Psyduck

2 / Golduck

1 / Abra

1 / Gastly

2 / Haunter

1 / Mareep

1 / Sunkern

2 / Girafarig

1 / Ralts

1 / Roselia

Special Defense:

1 / Tentacool

2 / Tentacruel

1 / Seel

2 / Dewgong

1 / Eevee

1 / Togepi

1 / Hoppip

2 / Mantine

3 / Dustox

1 / Swablu

2 / Altaria

1 / Baltoy

1 / Kecleon

Speed

1 / Rattata

2 / Raticate

1 / Spearow

2 / Fearow

1 / Zubat

2 / Golbat

1 / Poliwag

2 / Poliwhirl

1 / ponyta

2 / Rapidash

1 / Magikarp

1 / Pichu

1 / Aipom

1 / Sneasel

1 / Elekid

1 / Magby

1 / Wingull

1 / Meditite

2 / Medicham

1 / Starly

2 / Staravia

1 / Pachirisu

1 / Buizel

2 / Floatzel

1 / Buneary

2 / Purugly

1 / Finneon

I made a worksheet and a guide to go along with the worksheet.

EV TRAINING WORKSHEET: VERSION 1

(more will be made with different methods at some point)

http://th00.deviantart.net/fs70/150/f/2010/089/9/b/EV_training_worksheet_by_Pink_Leon.png (http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/089/9/b/EV_training_worksheet_by_Pink_Leon.png)

(Click to enlarge - you may download then print)

It's 8"x11" ; printable.

Note: THIS ONLY WORKS ON 3rd, AND 4th GENERATION GAMES (which include all GBA games and DS games: R/S/E, FR/LG, D/P/Pt, HG/SS)

Also this sheet is set up to fully train for 2 stats, and 2 only.

(you may only obtain 510 EV points, but each stat caps off at 255)

This method uses stat drinks (given you are able to obtain 20 of them, 10 for each stat you're training for), you are able to get Pokerus on the pokemon you are training, and that you are able to let it hold a Macho Brace.

First, be sure you have not used the pokemon in battle at all. If you have, and you want to train it, use EV lowering berries. (example: Hondew berry, lowering Sp. attack stat by 10 pts).

Next, you want to plot out what pokemon you want, and what nature it has.

If you don't know what natures higher and lower what stats, I suggest you look it up, unless you have the pokemon on your HG / SS versions. Then you can look into your pokemon's stats. there you might see 2 stats highlighted, one yellow / red, and one blue -- Unless the pokemon has a neutral nature, which does not effect the pokemon's stats. Highlighted red / yellow is the stat that the nature highers, blue lowers, etc.

Choose the 2 stats you want to train for. (Stat #1, and Stat#2; no, the order does not matter.)

Get 10 stat drinks for each of those two stats. (total of 20) - and obviously use them on your pokemon.

When you are ready to train, start fighting wild pokemon that give you effort points MATCHING the 2 stats you are training for. (example: zubats for speed).

make 1 tally mark for every effort point you get. Some pokemon give multiple, don't forget.

I have a list of pokemon that are easiest to find in the wild, and KO.

Ordered by stat that the EVs go to.

Amount of EV points given / Pokemon name:

HP:

1 / Nidoran ♀

2 / Nidorina

2 / Clefairy

2 / Chansey

1 / Hoothoot

2 / Noctowl

2 / Marill

1 / Wooper

2 / Quagsire

2 / Wobbuffet

1 / Wurmple

1 / Shroomish

1 / Snorunt

1 / Spheal

2 / Sealeo

Attack:

1 / Nidoran ♂

2 / Nidorino

1 / Paras

1 / Mankey

2 / Primape

1 / Machop

2 / Machoke

1 / Bellsprout

2 / Weepinbell

2 / Rhydon

1 / Goldeen

2 / Seaking

2 / Pinsir

2 / Gyarados

1 / Spinarak

2 / Ariados

1 / Teddiursa

2 / Ursaring

1 / Stantler

1 / Carvanha

2 / Sharpedo

2 / Banette

Defense:

1 / Geodude

2 / Graveler

2 / Slowbro

1 / Onix

1 / Rhyhorn

2 / Sudowoodo

1 / Pineco

1 / Gligar

2 / Steelix

2 / Skarmory

2 / Miltank

2 / Silcoon

2 / Cascoon

2 / Pelipper

1 / Aron

2 / Lairon

Special Attack:

1 / Oddish

2 / Gloom

1 / Psyduck

2 / Golduck

1 / Abra

1 / Gastly

2 / Haunter

1 / Mareep

1 / Sunkern

2 / Girafarig

1 / Ralts

1 / Roselia

Special Defense:

1 / Tentacool

2 / Tentacruel

1 / Seel

2 / Dewgong

1 / Eevee

1 / Togepi

1 / Hoppip

2 / Mantine

3 / Dustox

1 / Swablu

2 / Altaria

1 / Baltoy

1 / Kecleon

Speed

1 / Rattata

2 / Raticate

1 / Spearow

2 / Fearow

1 / Zubat

2 / Golbat

1 / Poliwag

2 / Poliwhirl

1 / ponyta

2 / Rapidash

1 / Magikarp

1 / Pichu

1 / Aipom

1 / Sneasel

1 / Elekid

1 / Magby

1 / Wingull

1 / Meditite

2 / Medicham

1 / Starly

2 / Staravia

1 / Pachirisu

1 / Buizel

2 / Floatzel

1 / Buneary

2 / Purugly

1 / Finneon