Thread: Completed Espeon's future Flareon faces Frosty. View Single Post
Oct 6th, 2012, 6:47:33 AM   #8
Frosty

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Two things:

1)
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 Originally Posted by Fat Arena In addition, a Pokemon may take an item of a type they already are. For example Conkeldurr can go ahead and grab a Super Karate Black Belt to gain double the STAB bonus on fighting-attacks;
The entire reason I chose Prickly Rose was the double STAB, so Wood Hammer was supposed to deal 14(Base Power)+6(Double STAB)+3(Stat difference) = 23 damage.

2) According to the DAT, the stat changes in speed work differently than ingame. To be more specific:

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 Originally Posted by Fat Data Audit Thread The actual impact on damage is as follows: Each stage (+1/+2 etc.) adds/subtracts 1.75 damage from the final calculated damage. This is applied before any final rounding of the numbers. Below is a reference for how much damage to add/subtract for each stage. Code: ```Stage Boost Speed (100 Base) +6 +10.50 1050 +5 +08.75 0875 +4 +07.00 0700 +3 +05.25 0525 +2 +03.50 0350 +1 +01.75 0175 +0 +00.00 0100 -1 -01.75 0057 -2 -03.50 0028 -3 -05.25 0019 -4 -07.00 0014 -5 -08.75 0011 -6 -10.50 0009``` Calculating Speed Boosters: For Speed, each of these acts as a multiplier on Base Speed for positive values, and a divisor on negative values (no boosts uses the regular Base Speed). Ex: A Pokemon with 100 Spe at +1 has 175 Spe, and the same Pokemon at -1 has 57 Spe. Always Truncate the Speed. This makes Speed Boosters and droppers about equivalent to how they act on actual speeds in the cartridge, even though the values are increased.
In other words, -1speed = normal speed / 1.75 (and not 1.5). Result being: 55/1.75=31.4 speed, slower than Blizzeta.

That being said: