Pokemon White Cheats :
Secret - EV Training
EV Training is short for Effort Value Training. This is essential to your Pokemon if you want to become better in battles. Without EV Training your Pokemon will be easy to sweep. Also, the use of Max Rare Candies does not make your Pokemon stronger as it is the other way around.
The first thing you need for EV Training is the chosen Pokemon and the Nature you wanted. Let's say I want to EV Train a Sneasel. There are 6 different EV points you can acquire: HP, Attack, Defense, Sp.Atk, Sp.Def and Speed. Only two stats on the same Pokemon can be maxed. So I want to maximize Sneasel's Attack and Speed stats. Its nature is Adamant, which means that Attack stat is beneficial and the Sp.Atk stat is hindered. Sneasel doesn't have a very good Sp.Atk stat anyway. The maximum EV points for one stat is 255. Remember: 4 EV Points equal one stat point for that Pokemon. But wait! 255 isn't divisible by 4! So, I want want to have Sneasel to get 252 EV Points. Okay, moving onto the battle routine.
Route 1 is a perfect place to get Attack EV points without any inference. Lillipup and Patrat both give 1 Attack EV Points. So, let's say my Sneasel beats one Lillipup and gained 1 Attack EV Point from it. So if we beat 252 Lillipups, we get 252 Attack EV Points. Notice that Sneasel's Attack stat is higher than usual. Which means that Sneasel is getting stronger if you EV Train it. However, beating 252 Lillipup is a long process, so let's move on to the next step.
Starting with a new Adamant Sneasel, we will give Sneasel a Power Bracer. There are 6 different Power items that gives 4 extra EV Points for that stat. Which means, you will always receive 1 stat points everytime you beat an enemy Pokemon. But here's how the Power items work: When you make a Pokemon hold a Power item, the speed stat in battles is halved, but when you beat a Pokemon, you will still receive EV Points from them plus 4 EV Points from the Power item. Let me demonstrate this: Again, my Adamant Sneasel is holding a Power Bracer and its speed is cut in half. Power Bracer will always give 4 Attack EV Points everytime you beat an enemy Pokemon. So if we beat a Lillipup that way, we'd still get 1 Attack EV Points from it PLUS 4 Attack EV Points from the Power Bracer. That's a total of 5 Attack EV Points! So that means we need to beat 50 Lillipups to get 252 Attack EV points! By 250 Attack EV Points, take off the Power Bracer from Sneasel and beat the last two Lillipups for the last 2 Attack EV Points. However, this process is still a little long, but shorter than just beating a wild Pokemon. Moving onto the next step.
Now we're going to talk about PokeRus. What is a PokeRus? It's a special virus that doubles the EV Points gained from every battles. So which means, if my Adamant Sneasel is still holding a Power Bracer and defeats a wild Lillipup that way, we'd get 1 Attack EV Points, plus 4 Attack EV Points from the Power Bracer, and with PokeRus times 2 the Attack EV Points earned... We'd get a total of 10 Attack EV Points! Wow! Now that is a lot! So that means we need to defeat 25 Lillipups to get 250 Attack EV Points that way, and take off the Power Bracer from Sneasel and get the last 2 Attack EV Points. And since that PokeRus always double the EV Points earned from battle, it requires a bit of a math. A PokeRus can spread to other Pokemon while beating a wild Pokemon couple of times. It will expire in the next 24 hours, so be sure to store it in the PC if you want to reserve the PokeRus. That way, if you want a quick EV Training, you can always bring out your PokeRus'd and spread it to your next Pokemon. If you see the smiley face on the Pokemon's summary, it means that the PokeRus can't spread anymore (A.K.A. being cured), but will still have the effect of doubling EV Points from battles.
I hope you learned something about EV Training. And you will not regret it.
Edit: I've actually confirmed that it is possible to EV Train a Level 100 Pokemon without any EV gained. Which they can usually be acquired from Events or by Hacking, whichever... The Pokemon may not acquire any Levels, but as you EV Train it you might notice that its stats may have different values than before. Which means, if you have a Level 100 Non-EV Trained Arceus and it has only 309 Attack, but rose to 360-ish something, then you will know that it is possible to EV Train a Level 100 Pokemon.
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