JackG92

01-23-2011, 11:22 PM

Just a quick question, say I use the move that increases my attack by one stages, how many stat points are increased by one stage? Thanks in advance! :)

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JackG92

01-23-2011, 11:22 PM

Just a quick question, say I use the move that increases my attack by one stages, how many stat points are increased by one stage? Thanks in advance! :)

ironZEKROM

01-24-2011, 02:21 AM

thats a bit hard 2 explain so use this www.smogon.com/dp/articles/stats this helped me alote hope it helps u. (if the link doesn't work then just copy and paste on 2 ur url)

Broderick

01-24-2011, 03:06 AM

One stage increases a stat by 50%. Two stages doubles it, 3 stages multiply by 150%, and so on.

Tsujin

01-24-2011, 04:08 AM

Yeah, what Broderick said.

Stats increase by 50% every stage.

So + 2 doubles your stat.

+ 4 Triples your stat.

+ 6 quadruples your stat.

+6 is the highest you can go.

So we'll start with a pokemon that has a 350 speed stat.

A +1 Speed boost will be the stat 350 x 1.5 = 525 speed stat.

A +2 boost will result in 350 x 2 = 700 Speed stat.

So it depends on what the actual stat you boosted or reduced is.

Then you just times or divide the stat by however many stages it's been boosted or reduced.

It works the exact same way with moves that reduce stats as well.

Also you can tell the difference between moves that reduce or boost 1 or 2 stages.

A +1 boost or reduce will say Speed rose or Speed dropped.

A +2 boost or reduce will say Speed sharply rose or speed sharply dropped.

Something along those lines.

Here's the full list.

+ 6 = Stat x 4

+ 5 = Stat x 3.5

+ 4 = Stat 3

+ 3 = Stat 2.5

+ 2 = Stat x 2

+ 1 = Stat x 1.5

Beginning stat.

- 1 = Stat / 1.5

- 2 = Stat / 2

- 3 = Stat / 2.5

- 4 = Stat / 3

- 5 = Stat / 3.5

- 6 = Stat / 4

Stats increase by 50% every stage.

So + 2 doubles your stat.

+ 4 Triples your stat.

+ 6 quadruples your stat.

+6 is the highest you can go.

So we'll start with a pokemon that has a 350 speed stat.

A +1 Speed boost will be the stat 350 x 1.5 = 525 speed stat.

A +2 boost will result in 350 x 2 = 700 Speed stat.

So it depends on what the actual stat you boosted or reduced is.

Then you just times or divide the stat by however many stages it's been boosted or reduced.

It works the exact same way with moves that reduce stats as well.

Also you can tell the difference between moves that reduce or boost 1 or 2 stages.

A +1 boost or reduce will say Speed rose or Speed dropped.

A +2 boost or reduce will say Speed sharply rose or speed sharply dropped.

Something along those lines.

Here's the full list.

+ 6 = Stat x 4

+ 5 = Stat x 3.5

+ 4 = Stat 3

+ 3 = Stat 2.5

+ 2 = Stat x 2

+ 1 = Stat x 1.5

Beginning stat.

- 1 = Stat / 1.5

- 2 = Stat / 2

- 3 = Stat / 2.5

- 4 = Stat / 3

- 5 = Stat / 3.5

- 6 = Stat / 4

The hard road

01-24-2011, 06:01 AM

Yeah, what Broderick said.

Stats increase by 50% every stage.

So + 2 doubles your stat.

+ 4 Triples your stat.

+ 6 quadruples your stat.

+6 is the highest you can go.

So we'll start with a pokemon that has a 350 speed stat.

A +1 Speed boost will be the stat 350 x 1.5 = 525 speed stat.

A +2 boost will result in 350 x 2 = 700 Speed stat.

So it depends on what the actual stat you boosted or reduced is.

Then you just times or divide the stat by however many stages it's been boosted or reduced.

It works the exact same way with moves that reduce stats as well.

Also you can tell the difference between moves that reduce or boost 1 or 2 stages.

A +1 boost or reduce will say Speed rose or Speed dropped.

A +2 boost or reduce will say Speed sharply roses or speed sharply dropped.

Something along those lines.

Here's the full list.

+ 6 = Stat x 4

+ 5 = Stat x 3.5

+ 4 = Stat 3

+ 3 = Stat 2.5

+ 2 = Stat x 2

+ 1 = Stat x 1.5

Beginning stat.

- 1 = Stat / 1.5

- 2 = Stat / 2

- 3 = Stat / 2.5

- 4 = Stat / 3

- 5 = Stat / 3.5

- 6 = Stat / 4

Beginning Stat.

Although correct me if im wrong reducing stats go down like this

Beginning Stat

-1=Stat 2/3

-2=Stat 2/4

-3=Stat 2/5

-4=Stat 2/6

-5=Stat 2/7

-6=Stat 2/8

So if you reduce the opponents speed by -4 stat stages.

If the opponents Pokemon had 300 Speed.

It would then be reduced to 2/6 of his total speed.

This would equal 100 Speed, am i correct.

EDIT: sorry looked at it its the same just different format

Stats increase by 50% every stage.

So + 2 doubles your stat.

+ 4 Triples your stat.

+ 6 quadruples your stat.

+6 is the highest you can go.

So we'll start with a pokemon that has a 350 speed stat.

A +1 Speed boost will be the stat 350 x 1.5 = 525 speed stat.

A +2 boost will result in 350 x 2 = 700 Speed stat.

So it depends on what the actual stat you boosted or reduced is.

Then you just times or divide the stat by however many stages it's been boosted or reduced.

It works the exact same way with moves that reduce stats as well.

Also you can tell the difference between moves that reduce or boost 1 or 2 stages.

A +1 boost or reduce will say Speed rose or Speed dropped.

A +2 boost or reduce will say Speed sharply roses or speed sharply dropped.

Something along those lines.

Here's the full list.

+ 6 = Stat x 4

+ 5 = Stat x 3.5

+ 4 = Stat 3

+ 3 = Stat 2.5

+ 2 = Stat x 2

+ 1 = Stat x 1.5

Beginning stat.

- 1 = Stat / 1.5

- 2 = Stat / 2

- 3 = Stat / 2.5

- 4 = Stat / 3

- 5 = Stat / 3.5

- 6 = Stat / 4

Beginning Stat.

Although correct me if im wrong reducing stats go down like this

Beginning Stat

-1=Stat 2/3

-2=Stat 2/4

-3=Stat 2/5

-4=Stat 2/6

-5=Stat 2/7

-6=Stat 2/8

So if you reduce the opponents speed by -4 stat stages.

If the opponents Pokemon had 300 Speed.

It would then be reduced to 2/6 of his total speed.

This would equal 100 Speed, am i correct.

EDIT: sorry looked at it its the same just different format

JackG92

01-24-2011, 08:48 AM

Alright cool, thanks for the replies everyone :biggrin:

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