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Wanderer
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posted 04-22-2001 11:26 PM      Profile for Wanderer   Email Wanderer   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
A question-do Tyrogues have matching Attack/Defense if their Stat XP is maxed out?

If so,it's another good use for the Day Care trick-cycle a level 19 Tyrogue through to max stat XP and then level it. Then again,you could just slap vitamins into it one at a time,Day Care it to check the stat shifts(or just box the thing) and then Candy it when the stats matched...but I'd rather make as strong a Hitmontop as possible.

-Wanderer

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posted 04-22-2001 11:31 PM      Profile for Robochu82   Email Robochu82   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
At max Stat EXP, Tyrogue's Attack and Defense will only be equal if his Attack and Defense DVs are equal.

At least, I'm pretty sure.

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posted 04-22-2001 11:47 PM      Profile for spunman        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
btw, you shouldn't have to box/daycare it after giving it vitamins. every time a pokémon gets a vitamin, its stats are recalculated, just as if you boxed it or put it in the daycare.

i'd recommend the vitamins, tho. all you lose is money, and you're saving yourself a lot of time.

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posted 04-23-2001 09:06 PM      Profile for incompetent   Author's Homepage   Email incompetent   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Leave tyrogue at the daycare, until it gets to level 19, take it out and balance out the stats by either a few vitamins or fighting the appropriate pokemon, then piggyback until it evolves. Aside from some rare candying and more vitamins, that's the easiest method I can think of. It's a bit more surefire way of balancing out the stats.

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Actually, I recently raised a Ghost Powered Hitmontop up from Tyrogue. It took a lot of eggs hatched via a Breeding Ditto to get the right one. The final DV's were:

13 Att
14 Def
11 Spd
7 Spc

The 7 for Special couldn't be helped much as I wasn't too picky by that point. Anyway, when I was doing a DV check with Rare Candies, it evolved into Hitmontop at level 20 despite the fact that the Att and Def were different. This can most likely be attributed to the fact that the numbers are close together and the fact that the game rounds the numbers for lower levels.


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