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New Guy
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posted 08-11-2001 11:58 PM      Profile for New Guy   Email New Guy   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
A: When the parent pokemon are placed in daycare.

B: When the egg is generated (Gramps is standing in the back yard waiting for you.)

C: When I pick up the egg.

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Uiru
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posted 08-12-2001 03:02 AM      Profile for Uiru   Author's Homepage   Email Uiru   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I believe the egg's DV's are generated when you pick up the egg. Generally, DV's aren't set until you actually recieve the Pokémon. You can save in Elm's lab and pick Cyndaquil until you get one with stats you like, for example.

...Of course, releasing the Legendaries from Burned Tower has the same effect of 'recieving' them. Their stats are set when they leave, so if you want to catch a good one, you have to save right before freeing them. (Which is extremely difficult to do in Crystal, where you must release them before fighting Morty, when half the map is still closed to you. You'd have to specifically go around opening up places to do it.)
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Meowth346
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posted 08-12-2001 03:18 AM      Profile for Meowth346   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
A. When two Pokémon that can produce an egg are placed into the Day Care together, when the second goes in, the egg's stats are decided.

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Twinkle
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Huh? Wouldn't that make consecutive eggs identical?

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MK
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"When two Pokémon that can produce an egg are placed into the Day Care together, when the second goes in, the egg's stats are decided."

As soon as you pick up the created egg, your Pokémon begin working on the next egg, so, right after you pick up the now done egg, the next egg's stats are generated.

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poccil
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posted 08-13-2001 10:18 AM      Profile for poccil   Author's Homepage   Email poccil   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Meowth346:
A. When two Pokémon that can produce an egg are placed into the Day Care together, when the second goes in, the egg's stats are decided.

--Meowth346



It's also the only to decide whether the two Pokemonare "brimming with energy."

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