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Posted by Brayze (Member # 1286) on 12-15-2000, 01:46 AM:
 
Does anyone have a chart of which combinations of odd and even DVs result in which final DVs in HP for the pokemon? Obviously, all odd is 15, and all even is 0, but... a chart would be nice.

Does it go:

EEEE= 0
EEEO= 1
EEOE= 2
EEOO= 3
EOEE= 4
EOEO= 5
EOOE= 6
EOOO= 7
OEEE= 8
OEEO= 9
OEOE= 10
OEOO= 11
OOEE= 12
OOEO= 13
OOOE= 14
OOOO= 15

This would be logical, but which numbers apply to which DVs? I'm guessing ATTACK, DEFENSE, SPEED, SPECIAL.

This is just a guess, someone correct me if I'm wrong.

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Posted by Robochu82 (Member # 871) on 12-15-2000, 10:00 AM:
 
I know I have this written down somewhere. Ah, found it.

If Attack DV is odd, HP is 8
If Attack DV is even, HP is 0

If Defense DV is odd, HP add 4
If Defense DV is even, HP add 0

If Speed DV is odd, HP add 2
If Speed DV is even, HP add 0

If Special DV is odd, HP add 1
If Special DV is even, HP add 0

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Posted by Rolken (Member # 7) on 12-15-2000, 01:55 PM:
 
*points out they are the same*

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Posted by Lid (Member # 1275) on 12-16-2000, 08:22 AM:
 
quote:
Originally posted by Rolken:
*points out they are the same*

I was going to point that out too until I read your post

This means there is a 1/65536 chance of catching a perfect pokemon, not the 1/1048576 chance that I first though.

I'm still looking for that perfect pokemon ... has anyone ever caught one with all DVs 15?
 




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