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hello im am new here and i want to understand what is ivs and evs some people use those words but i cant understand how works D: pls someone explain me about this <3

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Pokemon's stats are made up of three different numbers.
- Base Stats are the same for every Pokemon of a species.
- Individual Values (IV) are individual stats, slightly different for every individual Pokemon, that cannot be changed.
- Effort Values (EV) are numbers that you can put on a Pokemon however you choose to make some of their stats stronger.
All three numbers combined make up the number that you see on the 'stats' screen in the game.
 

Every Ninjask has the same Base Speed of 160.
A Ninjask which has a 31  Speed IV will be faster than a Ninjask with a 0 Speed IV.
A Ninjask with 252 EVs in Speed will be faster than a Ninjask with 0 EVs in Speed.

IVs go from 0-31 for each of the 6 stats.
EVs go from 0-252 for each of the 6 stats.  You can put 510 of them on a single Pokemon, which usually means you raise two of its stats to the maximum.

Edited by CryHaddock

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Both IVs (Individual Values) and EVs (Effort Values) are hidden stats those affect to stats of pokemon.

IVs are randomly default index formed immediately when you encounter a wild pokemon and they will go with that pokemon as ever (can never change). IVs make the individual pokemon to be nearby unique in his/her species, while there almost are no other individuals have the same IV-set to him/her. That's why they called "Individual Values". When pokemon reach to 100th level, each 1 IV-point will add 1 point to stats of pokemon.

EVs are index formed when you are training your pokemon, gained when your pokemon beat a wild one. EVs make your pokemon have growing tendency to follow certain stats that you want, make that stats to be higher than natural, make your pokemon stronger than other individuals in his/her species. That's why they called "Effort Values". When pokemon reach to 100th level, each 4 EV-points will add 1 point to stats of pokemon.

For example:

Stats of a lv. 100 Pikachu with high IV-set and full 510 EVs:

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Stats of a lv. 100 Pikachu with zero IVs and no EVs:

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As you see, the Pikachu with higher IVs/EVs-point have higher stats, and of course, is stronger than other one.

Spc.Atk stats with 31 IV-points and 252 EV-points is 199, while Spc.Atk with 0 IV-points and 0 EV-points in only 105. The range 94 points between 2 Spc.Atk stats: 105 + 31 + 252/4 = 199

Edited by HaiPhuong

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On 3/30/2018 at 4:20 AM, CryHaddock said:

Pokemon's stats are made up of three different numbers.
- Base Stats are the same for every Pokemon of a species.
- Individual Values (IV) are individual stats, slightly different for every individual Pokemon, that cannot be changed.
- Effort Values (EV) are numbers that you can put on a Pokemon however you choose to make some of their stats stronger.
All three numbers combined make up the number that you see on the 'stats' screen in the game.
 

Every Ninjask has the same Base Speed of 160.
A Ninjask which has a 31  Speed IV will be faster than a Ninjask with a 0 Speed IV.
A Ninjask with 252 EVs in Speed will be faster than a Ninjask with 0 EVs in Speed.

IVs go from 0-31 for each of the 6 stats.
EVs go from 0-252 for each of the 6 stats.  You can put 510 of them on a single Pokemon, which usually means you raise two of its stats to the maximum.

 

On 3/30/2018 at 9:23 AM, HaiPhuong said:

Both IVs (Individual Values) and EVs (Effort Values) are hidden stats those affect to stats of pokemon.

IVs are randomly default index formed immediately when you encounter a wild pokemon and they will go with that pokemon as ever (can never change). IVs make the individual pokemon to be nearby unique in his/her species, while there almost are no other individuals have the same IV-set to him/her. That's why they called "Individual Values". When pokemon reach to 100th level, each 1 IV-point will add 1 point to stats of pokemon.

EVs are index formed when you are training your pokemon, gained when your pokemon beat a wild one. EVs make your pokemon have growing tendency to follow certain stats that you want, make that stats to be higher than natural, make your pokemon stronger than other individuals in his/her species. That's why they called "Effort Values". When pokemon reach to 100th level, each 4 EV-points will add 1 point to stats of pokemon.

For example:

Stats of a lv. 100 Pikachu with high IV-set and full 510 EVs:

blob.png.36b3f7c5504677d6bf163bcc45f1c8ed.png

Stats of a lv. 100 Pikachu with zero IVs and no EVs:

blob.png.173bb316fe166c5b09c63794c521cf04.png

As you see, the Pikachu with higher IVs/EVs-point have higher stats, and of course, is stronger than other one.

Spc.Atk stats with 31 IV-points and 252 EV-points is 199, while Spc.Atk with 0 IV-points and 0 EV-points in only 105. The range 94 points between 2 Spc.Atk stats: 105 + 31 + 252/4 = 199

ty guys i kinda understand, i was with no idea what thats means but i see now why, some friends always try train some pokemon but they never teach me how :C

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