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Easy ways to lvl 100?

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation V Discussion' started by OverpoweredScizor, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. OverpoweredScizor

    OverpoweredScizor <-- NEEDS A BUFF

    I'm just trying to find good ways to get pokes to level 100 at a decent speed. I heard that it was easier and faster in BW than in any other gen, and I'm wondering why that is. Do you just kill a bunch of Audinos? Or is there something I don't know about?
  2. 1quacka1

    1quacka1 Lazy Collector

    There's a new formula for calculating EXP gained from a battle. There's a few changes from the old one that increase the EXP calculated:

    the formula for calculating was previously had a division of 7, now it's 5 (the smaller the number you divide by, the bigger your result is)

    the base exp yields of pokémon is higher, before the highest exp yeild was the Chansey family and Arceus at 255, now Blissey base exp is now 608. (the lowest used to be 20 for magikarp, now the lowest is the unova starters at 28)

    Pass powers from the entralink can boost a how much exp pokemon get temporarily (no idea how the specifics of this works as I don't use the entralink)

    a +1 in the equation that is multiplied by pass powers/lucky egg/trade boosts (can only add a maximum of 5 exp to the pokemon, it's mainly here to make sure pokes get at least 1 exp from a battle, but it's an increase nonetheless)

    But this biggest change is the fact that the game takes into account the level difference between the pokemon, ie a level 10 pokemon defeating a level 50 gets more exp than a level 40 pokemon defeating it. This extra factor in the equation varies between ~0.004 for a level 100 poke beating a level 1, and ~5 when a level 1 pokemon beats a level 100

    Last edited: Mar 4, 2012
  3. thekorean

    thekorean Well-Known Member

    Lucky Egg. Obviously.

    Audinos at the Great Chasm give most EXP since they have the highest levels in the game.
  4. Cometstarlight

    Cometstarlight What do I do now?

    I wish they let u rechallenge trainers, it would make it so much easier but the only real way to do so is I guess rechallenging the elite 4 and ur rivals
  5. thekorean

    thekorean Well-Known Member

    They do, kind of.

    Cheren, Bianca (only on weekends), Cynthia (only spring), the stadiums. And that guy at Castelia. Also Royal Unova.
  6. Claus351

    Claus351 Shiny hunter :)

    I'm going to mention I ran thru the e4 with a level 1 Eevee holding an exp share using a lv.100 and he was level 50 by the end. second round through hes now a level 70 jolteon. its pretty easy to raise pokes in b/w :p
  7. RustyOwl

    RustyOwl Caretaker

    In addition to what Comet said above me, you can keep battling the sports teams in Nimbasa City over and over. Their Pokémon aren't as high level as the Elite Four's, but they're still pretty decent experience.

    The only issue with the Trainers you can re-battle in B/W is that you have to wait a VERY long time after you've defeated them for another opportunity to fight. Especially your rivals. I think you can fight in each sports arena twice a day, but you should double check that.

    The Elite Four are a little less frustrating, as you only have to sit through the credits every time (or reset, I guess). But even so, it's difficult to train Pokémon that don't have a type advantage against them. You might be better off with the sports teams if you're at a disadvantage. Their typing is more varied.

    And, obviously, Exp. Share and Lucky Egg are a big help.

    You could also try raising Pokémon that were traded to you if you want another experience boost, unless it's already way too late for that.
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2012
  8. G50

    G50 No longer posting

    Along with holding the Lucky Egg, facing the Elite 4 every day, and the Sports Domes, rivals on the weekends, Cynthia in spring.; You can also once a day face the Gamefreak.

    The Gamefreak is in Castelia City, down Castelia Street, Gamefreak Building, go up the elevator. He is the Guy all the way down the room in the middle, (where the 3 people are facing each other) he's the one on the right.

    *Tip for Elite 4 Level up - once the Pokemon is level 80 or higher, you can use it (with enough items) for battling on its own with lucky egg instead of switching.
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2012
  9. Schade

    Schade The real Slim Schady

    Without the Lucky Egg, it will take forever to train!
    But as everyone else have said: The domes and the E4, Cynthia, Morimoto and the Riches.
  10. Xyllerion

    Xyllerion I like bacon!

    Umm.....what about that Pass Power that gives you 4x EXP?

    Well mostly I do this:
    -Give Exp. Share to pokemon I want raised
    -Battle E4 until the pokemon is at lvl 57-60(only takes a 2 or 3 challenges I think)
    -Give it Lucky Egg and go to the Nimbasa Stadiums until it gets to lvl 78-80(it can fight on its own at that level with a few items)
    Note: Nimbasa Stadiums can only be challenge once a day, if you want to challenge them again, move your ds clock to 23:59(11:59 pm) and wait until it gets to 00:01(12:01 am),then you can challenge the stadiums again
    -E4 until it gets to lvl 100

    Usually takes me 1 day to get one to 100. Depends if it's hard to train though(eg: Raticate, Dustox, walls etc.)
  11. Schade

    Schade The real Slim Schady

    The.... What?
  12. Blazethehaze6

    Blazethehaze6 Oh no you didn't!

    The Nimbasa Gym and your rival, Cheren.

    For example, I was trainin a Nidoking from SS. To train him, i chraged into a bunch of
    Battles, always switching Nido for Braviary (poor braviary :'( )
    when nido got to lv 45i brought him to the athletes and trained there for he equivalent of about 4 hrs. By that time he was level 95
  13. Xyllerion

    Xyllerion I like bacon!

  14. G50

    G50 No longer posting

    PassPower is a C-Gear Passby feature that (when you've obtained at least a certain amount of Pass Orbs) will give you a limited time experience boost in battle.
  15. Spacial

    Spacial procrastination

    I find it too easy to get lv 100s- I hav a lv 100 PELIPPER on black
  16. Eranu™

    Eranu™ Well-Known Member

    i give it the exp. share till it's high enough to farm the elite four with a lucky egg.
  17. gregjammer

    gregjammer Feather Trainer

    I find that constant clock abuse(until your pokemon is level 100) for purposes of ensuring that the ds thinks it's a sunday evening, so that you can go into the royal unova for a rare candy(should you succeed in beating seven trainers), can get your pokemon to lv. 100 faster without other peoples' help, since without the element of help, lower-level pokemon now hurt your exp. points gain significantly... If they didn't, the E4/GFM/Cynthia would've been logical for levelling to 100... Since the top level for opponent pokemon controlled by cpu is 75-77(via E4), it will take significantly longer to get there unless your pokemon was traded to get a further exp. point boost on top of lucky egg, in which case, it won't be as a hassle as one w/o outside real-life help...

    edit: oh, and what I meant by " for purposes of ensuring that the ds thinks it's a sunday evening" doesn't mean set clock to sunday evening immediately, as the game will know your actions and prevent it from working unless you let the day roll over by means of setting clock to 23:59 the day before and getting into the game and saving before the day(and date) rolls over to Sunday, then waiting until the time shows as one minute past midnight(or 0:01), as the events won't refresh until 0:01 on the new day. After the event refresh, then you can set clock again and reboot game, but this time, to the evening, no date change required...

    Don't forget to talk to the lady, spend a thousand, beatr the trainers in ship, obtain the rare candy, and save after you reboot, and certainly don't forget to set the clock before each and every time you get in the game, and the ship, should you want easy levels by rare candies...
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2012
  18. RexNovus

    RexNovus The Rex is King

    I actually never knew about this ship. Darn, I'm going to check it out right away ^^,
  19. Ansem1013

    Ansem1013 4768-7457-8661

    Dream World will also raise your pokemon 1 level if you gain enough points during your daily session
  20. FairyWitch

    FairyWitch Metroid Hunter

    Well i level up my pokemon too lv.100 in two or three hours by using the lucky egg or exp. share...while battle E4,nimbasa trainers,Cynthia(in spring) and sometimes rare candies...if play straight done in a good two to 3 hours ;)
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