so what is more likely to produce a six IV 31 perfect pokemon egg?
charmander male attack, defense, special attack, special defense, Speed all perfect 31 IVs + charmander female attack, defense, special attack, special defense, Speed all perfect 31 IVs
charmander male Hit Points, defense, special attack, special defense, Speed all perfect 31 IVs + charmander male hit points, attack, defense, special defense, Speed all perfect 31 IVs
I am asking this question because I am working on my third perfect all 6 IV 31 Pokemon. My first one was Lucario, my second was Umbreon. However when I was working on Umbreon I ended up getting two Eevee that had perfect 31 IV in everything accept for speed both male and female. I went through about 200 eggs (I think) before giving up because every single batch I got ignored speed or the destiny knot took one of the parents speed stat and put it to the egg. However I discovered that an Eevee i breed from Pokemon white 2 that i had transferred over was a perfect IV 31 all 6 Pokemon. So I swapped it out for the male one I had at the day care and it took like 15 eggs or 40. Can't remember and I got a perfect Eevee. well what I noticed is if you have two Pokemon male and female with the exact same perfect IV's bottle necked to say any one particular stat (say they both don't have a perfect attack stat) that the eggs will never come out with a perfect stat in that area. However I have noticed that if you have an off set, like two Pokemon with 5 perfect IV 31 stats but lets say the male is missing the perfect 31 in defense and the female is missing the perfect 31 in special defense that these two would much more likely have a perfect all 6 IV 31s....why is this or am I just miss understanding something here?
My primary question was above but I would like to state something that I noticed about the Pokemon gamer community, and I am not trying to insult anyone. I have read several forums and websites about Pokemon breeding and they all seem to state that a perfect Pokemon is a 5/6 perfect 31 IV stat Pokemon, unless you are doing a trick room Pokemon which would instead be perfect 0's in all IV's. I want to say that I completely disagree with the 5 IV perfect 31 Pokemon part. And here is why. After reading such things and if most people really are going for 5 stats to be perfect instead of 6. Than armed with that knowledge all I have to do is breed an entire perfect team with all stats 6 IV perfect neutral natures and give them all or most of them the move that switches stats around. To my knowledge there are only three moves that do this and they switch the special attack with the attack stat, the defense with the attack stat, and the special attack with the special defense. If my memory serves correctly. So in order to totally screw any and all Pokemon up all I would have to do is use those moves on less than perfect 5 IV Pokemon and it's game over. I understand that the effect wares off when someone switches out, however that's why moves have Power Points and other moves, accurately predicting someone switching out will damage the new opponent. Anyway I hope you all reading this are like "DOH! I didn't think of that".