Best place to train EVs?

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  1. fluffyferret001

    fluffyferret001 Member

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    EV training is hard enough when the Pokemon you are looking for is spread around the map. So I have compiled a list of places that are best to train and what Pokemon you should train on. Link to how many EVs each Pokemon gives can be found here https://pokemondb.net/ev/all

    There is a way to EV train by using gyms. Put the Pokemon that yields the EVs you want in the gym and train it, but using a gym to your advantage may not be available for you or others :eek::eek::eek:



    ----------=HP=----------
    Go to Spawn and kill these Pokemon

    Caterpie
    Nidoran (Female)
    Nidorina
    Clefairy
    Clefable
    Jigglypuff
    Wigglytuff
    Slowpoke (if you see them)
    Lickitung
    Chansey
    Kangaskhan
    Snorlax

    ----------=Attack=----------

    Go to Smog Town and kill these Pokemon

    Ekans
    Arbok
    Nidoran
    (Male)
    Nidorino
    Paras

    (Optional, gives 1 in Defense) Parasect
    Bellsprout
    Weepinbell

    (Optional, gives 1 in HP) Muk
    Gyarados (if you see them)

    ----------=Defense=----------

    Go to Petra City and kill these Pokemon

    Sandshrew
    Sandslash
    Geodude
    Graveler
    Onix
    Cubone
    Marowak
    Rhyhorn


    ----------=Special Attack=----------

    There are two options of places to train

    Mystical Keep

    Psyduck (if you see them)
    Golduck (if you see them)
    Abra
    Kadabra
    Jynx


    Amethyst Town

    Gastly
    Haunter


    ----------=Special Defense=----------

    Again you have two options here

    Any route with water

    Tentacool
    Tentacruel
    Seel
    Dewgong


    Mystical Keep

    Drowzee
    Hypno
    Mr. Mime


    ----------=Speed =----------

    Go to Spawn and kill these Pokemon

    Weedle
    Pidgey
    Pidgeotto
    Pidgeot
    Rattata
    Raticate
    Spearow
    Fearow
    Meowth
    Persian
    Magikarp
    (if you see them)
    (Optional, gives 1 in Attack) Tauros

    Aether Village

    Pidgey
    Pidgeotto
    Pidgeot
    Spearow
    Fearow
    Zubat
    Golbat

    Snowtip

    Magikarp
     
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  2. Kiiko

    Kiiko New Member

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    Looks good but if I could suggest another pokemon to add to the list. I think you should add Gyardos on the list.
     
  3. fluffyferret001

    fluffyferret001 Member

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    Thank you. It's been added
     
  4. Kiiko

    Kiiko New Member

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    Oh great, Thank you!
     
  5. demonized666

    demonized666 Member

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    Thanks for the gym tip, i never thought of doing it this way. You did leave out HP EV's tho Wigglytuff and clefable are 2 pretty common and easy to beat pokemon which give 3 HP EV's each.
     
  6. fluffyferret001

    fluffyferret001 Member

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    I knew I was missing one! Thank you
     
  7. Gappeled

    Gappeled New Member

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    Great guide!!!
     
  8. Mast3rf0g

    Mast3rf0g Well-Known Member

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    Good guide!
     
  9. Zek

    Zek New Member

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    Aether village is good for ev training speed with the Pidgey Line, Spearow line, Doduo Line and the zubat line

    Otherwise, very good post and thanks for the help
     
  10. MrWaffleFries - Chris

    MrWaffleFries - Chris Crazy Active Member

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    Not sure how I skipped over this, but my goodness this is amazing! Would love to see this continue to be updated :D
     
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    SVGDerek New Member

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    Madara_ Well-Known Member

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    Great guide, alternatively, you can always put them in a gym and train there.
     
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  13. mmMelon

    mmMelon Active Member

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    Nice post fluffyferret001
    Very well thought of and beautifully presented.
    Welldone! :)
     
  14. fluffyferret001

    fluffyferret001 Member

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    As stated in the first paragraph, but if you seemed to miss it, I'll put that information on a separate line. Thank you!
     
  15. Terrier_Paws

    Terrier_Paws Well-Known Member

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    This is a Helpful and awesome Information. :)
     
  16. JuniorCreeper_07

    JuniorCreeper_07 New Member

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    Pretty sure Doduo and Dodrio give Attack evs
     
  17. fluffyferret001

    fluffyferret001 Member

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    Thank you for helping me correct that mistake :eek:
     
  18. AssassinJillian

    AssassinJillian New Member

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    Add Magikarp killing to the speed list, specifically in Snowtip. They're everywhere in Snowtip.
     
  19. GamingChicken22

    GamingChicken22 New Member

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    Nooby question from a new player but, What are EVs?
     
  20. Jadyns

    Jadyns Crazy Active Member

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    EVs are short for Effort Values, and basically they are feature that give bonuses to a certain stat of a Pokémon. So the higher you EV train a Pokémon's stat such as Attack or Speed, the better that stat will get.