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Guide to breeding pokemon with Perfect or near-Perfect IVs ver 1.1

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1 year ago#361
Neither females (with other female pokemon). That means the you leave a Ditto and a Rufflet in the daycare so Ditto can pass its good IVs to the eggs (Rufflet).


What kind of Dittos you have?
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1 year ago#362
I have a bunch with 2 perfect IVs, and a few with 3 perfect IVs. None with 4 or 5 perfect IVs. :(
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1 year ago#363
I wanted something more specific like

Ditto 1: Atk, Def
Ditto 2: HP, Sp. Def, Speed
... and so on.


EDIT: While we are at it say which is the nature you want in the end and if you have Rufflet, Braviary or Ditto of that Nature (which one?)

I'll give you instructions to get a 5 IV -Attack Rufflet.
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1 year ago#364
Is there any way to figure out the amount of the IV's of a Pokemon that aren't perfect, because I have a 5IV max Larvitar that's missing the attack and I want to figure out what the smallest attack I would need to combine it with is.
how does one go about getting a 0iv?

example: honedge i have been told its best to have all ivs maxed except for speed were it would be best to get a 0iv in speed... with that said how would that even be possible
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1 year ago#366
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1 year ago#368
finally got 5iv perfect adamant charmander with solar power.. took a while.. but damn hes a beast
1 year ago#369
Terotrous posted...
Checking your IVs

"Outstanding" is the highest grade that isn't totally perfect.


Well, this is not correct. I went to Kiloude City, and checked two of my Pokémon, where the purple guy says they have outstanding potential, and mentions all IVs, and says they can't be beat.
1 year ago#370
Great Guide! One thing though, and I apologize if it's been mentioned already, but in Gen VI, TMs can no longer be carried down from parent to child unless the baby Pokemon can learn that TM via Egg Move. So if I tried breeding a male Venusaur with Solarbeam with a female Serperior, the resulting Snivy will not have Solarbeam, even though it can learn it via TM because it cannot get Solarbeam as an Egg Move.
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