Each Pokémon that was in the fight gets the full amount of EVs it should (so long as it receives some exp); so, yeah, 6 and 2. I'd recommend getting Pokérus if you can; it doubles EV gain. (So, you'd get 12 EVs per fight for Anklet + Pokérus vs. Basculin).Greetings, I wanted to ask a simple question so I registered right now, but this site seems interesting so I may be around here for some time...
My question is about EV training, I can't find any answer about this.
If I'm training Speed EVs with my Pokémon, against a Basculin (2 points), and it has a Power Anklet (+4 Speed EV each battle) I'd get 6 EV.
But what if I switched my Pokémon because it's still too weak, and finished the battle with another pokémon? (With no Power Anklet).
Would I get 6 for the weak one and 2 for the another? Or is there any kind of EV share?
Ok, I'll try to get Pokérus. I noticed I've trained EV's wrong till Gen IV, so it's time to get a good team.Each Pokémon that was in the fight gets the full amount of EVs it should (so long as it receives some exp); so, yeah, 6 and 2. I'd recommend getting Pokérus if you can; it doubles EV gain. (So, you'd get 12 EVs per fight for Anklet + Pokérus vs. Basculin).
Porygon2 is more of a throw in pokemon which deals with specific threats, like heatran, intimidate pokemon, etc. Its usable in both but I would say stall. Bulky offense (unless its TR, where p2 is best off in terms of offense), would limit it to a charge beam sweeper set, since it cant do much otherwise.On a similar topic, what pokemon are good to team up with Porygon 2? Is it suited to stall or it's better to use him in bulky offense teams?
Thanks in advance.
we can only assume it stays the same. There is no reason not to. It may change, but as far as I know it hasn't. I dont have the English version, but it can be easily checked by getting a pokemon to sleep and using an action, switching it out and in, and if at any time you use more than 5 (iirc) actions it means it stayed the same.Are the sleep mechanics present in japanese B/W retained in the localized B/W? ie: sleep counter resets on switch out
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Yes, it will take damage from brave bird, since the recoil is part of the move itself not a secondary effect.So Sheer Force Rufflet/Braviary won't take damage from Brave Bird?