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How fast does it take u 2 ev train ur pokes to lvl 100????

Discussion in 'Pokémon Generation IV Discussion' started by wearjo, Feb 23, 2011.

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  1. wearjo

    wearjo Pokemon Trader

    Tell us what pokemon u ev trained and how long it took to get it to lvl 100 :)
     
  2. lordchrome

    lordchrome Active Member

    shiny charizard i go to goldenrod get vitamins for the stats i want to increase in charizards case it was SPatk and Speed thats 200 ev then infect it with pokerus and make it hold a power item so each pidgey i kill gives 10 speed ev's i kill 15 pidgeys swap power items for sp atk and killed 15 drowzee i think or could have been abra.the remaining ev went to defence then make it hold a lucky egg and beat bugsy over and over till its level 100 it took a about 3 days playing on and off.
     
  3. SkittyOnWailord

    SkittyOnWailord ☣ⓈⓀⒾⓉⓉⓎⓄⓃⓌⒶⒾⓁⓄⓇⒹ☣

    It usually takes me an hour and a half to EV train if I'm too lazy to buy vitamins. And it takes me one day (5 or so hours) to get a Pokemon to Lv100 without using any rare candies.
     
  4. magikot

    magikot Well-Known Member

    EV training, about a half hr. To get the poke from level 1 to 100, about 3 hrs if it's a traded pokemon. About 4-5 otherwise.
     
  5. SnugNBouncy

    SnugNBouncy Everyday Im Snugglin

    EV training in itself doesn't take all that long, but raising to level 100 takes a few days
     
  6. Darkmaster Rannon

    Darkmaster Rannon Thundercats Hoo!

    EV training is approx 2 hours (Using Multiple Pokémon with Exp. Share who want the desired stats to save me time.) Depending on how many vitamins I get beforehand.

    And to train to Lv. 100 it all depends on what I'm training and if it's any good against the elite four, or if I use it more often. e.g. My Gyarados has went from lv. 60 to 89 in a month, whereas my Stantler and Entei have went from lv. 1-90 and 30-89 respectively. Even then, I don't consider my Pokémon 'fully trained' until I give it exactly the moveset it wants, which also varies depending on certain variables (Can I get the TMs, move tutors, etc?).
     
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