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User Info: stankfeet

stankfeet
2 years ago#1
If you breed 2 perfect IV pokes is a perfect IV poke guaranteed?
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User Info: SalvadorWarhol

SalvadorWarhol
2 years ago#2
not guaranteed, 1/31 chance
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User Info: ghost_tails

ghost_tails
2 years ago#3
The odds depend on the way you're breeding. If you use the Destiny Knot, then two 6IVs will produce another 6IV about 1 in 32 times (SalvadorWarhol was on the right track, as IVs only go up to 31, but since 0 is a possible IV, there are a total of 32 possibilities). If you're not using the Destiny Knot... well, just use the Destiny Knot. Otherwise you've got a 1/32^3 chance. Which is really, really low.
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User Info: stankfeet

stankfeet
2 years ago#4
thanks guys, would giving destiny knot to both parents increase that chance at all? or would the 2nd knot overlap the 1st creating a possibility of 2, 0's?
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The_Dragonw
2 years ago#5
Using two has the same effect as just one, I've heard.
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MrLuriel
2 years ago#6
Most Pokemon do not need 6 perfect IVs so it's unnecessary work unless you're breeding for a mixed attacker.
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