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So for the Super Training do I max out the stats that the Pokemon is already....

#1CloudStrife630Posted 10/14/2013 2:28:26 PM
good in? I see people say you can only max out two stats. So, do I pick the 2 best stats of the certain Pokemon. Like for my Helioptile....
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#2PhantomSeditionPosted 10/14/2013 9:33:46 PM
I'd like to know this answer too please.
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#3HalecticPosted 10/14/2013 9:34:53 PM
Each pokemon can have a total of 510 EVs


Each stat can have a max of 252 EVs

So you have 510 EV points to spend among all of the stats
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#4VeluxierPosted 10/14/2013 9:35:26 PM
Yes. Yes you do.

e.g. Blaziken. It's good in two stats, Attack and Speed. Raise them as high as you can with Super Training and put that Attack and Speed to use.
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#5RX02BansheePosted 10/14/2013 9:35:27 PM
Super Training is literally EV Training, so the same rules apply to it. For the best benefits to any EV training plan you go for stats a Pokemon excels in, attacks and speed for sweepers and HP and defenses for tanks.
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#6AxelRipcurlPosted 10/14/2013 9:37:58 PM
The idea is to play to the pokemon a strengths whilst covering up its weaknesses. There's a lot of other more technical ways of distribution too, like its pointless making your attack do 80% damage when 54% will get the job done equally as quick but allows you to put the EVs into more important places like health and speed.
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