You can attach a no-exp stone to it so it doesnt level up by experience. In fact, it won't gain any experience when this item is being held by your Pokemon . Also, added a little more clarification to the guide in terms of being a bit more specific in what types of battles as some of you brought to my attention PvPs/NPC battles as gaining EV's.
What are the benefits for while it's not that level???Aerobous wrote: ↑Fri Mar 27, 2015 5:43 pmIV's and EV's are completely different.
For IV's:For EV's:Pokemon.Wikia wrote:Every stat has an IV ranging from 0 to 31 for each stat (HP, ATK, DEF, SPA, SPD, and SPE), and at level 100, their IVs are added to the Pokémon's stats for their total values. For example, a level 100 Tyranitar with no Effort Values and 0 IVs has 310 HP, however if it had 31 IVs, it would have 341 HP.Serebii wrote:EV stands for “Effort Value.” They determine what stats your Pokémon gets upon levelling up and are gained from battling any Pokémon you come across that award Experience points. For every 4 EVs you gain in a specific stat, you'll gain +1 to your Pokemon's base value in that stat. EVs are calculated at +1 Stat point per 4 EVs at level 100, which means you won't see the full benefit of the EVs you put into your Pokémon until it reaches that level; there will still be a benefit, just not as significant as when it reaches the maximum level.
I don't really get the whole thing with the training.. So, is it too early when you train your Pokemon with levels around 15? I have the impression that one effort value changes less concerning the the stats when the Pokemon is at a lower level
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At lower levels, the same amount of EV Training make less impact in final stats than at lv100. For example, at level 15, it should be about 24-30 something EV points to make a change of +1 in stats, whereas its 4 EV points at lv100 to make a change of +1 in final stats of pokemon.
Additionally, it will be hard to EV train too since wild pokemon might take more than 1 hit to kill, whereas its way simpler at higher levels.