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laZeye
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posted 11-25-2000 05:36 PM      Profile for laZeye     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Does anybody know where I can find the base stats, and how to convert them to actual stats? I know it involves level, statexp, and gene values, but I need a specific formula. Thanks in advance.

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posted 11-26-2000 02:13 PM      Profile for Teddiursa     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
If you're talking Gold/Silver, start with White Cat's comprehensive Pokedex, which lists base stats for each Pokemon. If RBY, try Necrosaro's site which is linked from this site for a list of Pokemon and their base stats.

Next, go to Marcus Majarra's excellent treatise on how stats are calculated at http://www.geocities.com/marcusmajarra/mechanics.html It includes formulae for calculating the range of wild Pokemon diversification values (genes) as well as for determining min and max potential for domestic Pokemon. It requires concentration, but if you're prepared to take the time, it tells you everything you need to know. Although this information was compiled from the RBY roms, my experience tells me the formulae are valid with GS as well.

I've set up a spreadsheet in QuattroPro that uses the formulae and a database of base stats for all Pokemon to let me figure out how good the genes are on Pokemon I catch as well as to let me know how well trained my domestic Pokes are. For example, if I'm trying to catch a wild Pokemon with good stats, I can plug in the name and level it's at and calculate the min and max stats for each characteristic for that Pokemon. I can then compare the stats for the caught Pokemon and determine how near the potential max it is for the characteristics I'm interested in. Unless it's at level 50 it doesn't give the exact dv due to truncation of decimals, but it allows for an approximation within the range of minimum and maximum wild stats.

Hope that helps.

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laZeye
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Alright, thanks, I'll try that. Are you sure that the skill/stat finder has base stats too though?

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laZeye
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posted 11-27-2000 04:41 PM      Profile for laZeye     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Nevermind, you weren't talking about the skill/stat finder...

That was just what I was looking for. Thanks.

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