Pokémon XY Data Collection

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I know I've said this before but the Aegislash stats are just wrong.

I got mine to lv 80 and used a Reset Bag on it so now it has 0 EVs in each stat.

Let's compare that to the 60 / 60 / 150 / 60 / 150 / 60 model that's been presented.

As you can see, the Atk/Def can't get as low as they are in reality with 60 base. It just can't be 60 base, it has to be lower. I calc'd it to be about 45 base.
Considering Aegislash is Hasty (I never remember which color is the positive stat)...

At worst, Aegislash's base stats and IVs are:

58 / 35 / 137 / 37 / 137 / 60 = 464
31 / 31 / 31 / 30 / 30 / 31

At best, they are:

73 / 50 / 153 / 52 / 152 / 75 = 555
01 / 00 / 00 / 00 / 00 / 00

Aegislash: 58-73 / 35-50 / 137-153 / 37-52 / 137-152 / 60-75 = 464-555 BST
 

Mario With Lasers

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Mega Alakazam's stats don't look right. According to this, it gets +20 Def, +40 SpA, and +30 Spe, which is only a 90-point increase. Does anyone have one to check?
 
Evolved my Pumpkaboo intou a Gourgeist! Can confirm it's Average Size, because it's the only Gourgeist in my Pokédex. What a shame.

Recap of stats: Rash Nature, 82/68/87/53/52/64. Judge says Attack/Defense/Sp. Atk/Speed can't be beat.
 
Greninja attempted to relearn Water Shuriken around level 75. I suspect this was activated by that being its first level up since I forgot Water Shuriken for Waterfall. There is something very different about how moves are learned in this game, and I'm now almost positive that the move "relearner" now teaches every moves a Pokemon can learn by level up even if they aren't at the right level to learn it. Can someone try testing what, say, a level 20 Gyarados can learn by Heart Scale?
 
Flawless HP and Special Attack.
Also...
"Frogadier used Smokescreen!"
>Frogadier's Protean! Frogadier transformed into the Normal-type!
"Flabébé's accuracy fell!"

Next turn

"Frogadier used Water Pulse!"
>Frogadier's Protean! Frogadier transformed into the Water-type!
And Water Pulse's animation occured AFTER Protean triggered.

Basically I will ALWAYS have STAB.
Edit: Fling fails without a hold item and thus will NOT trigger Protean.
protean.png
 
Greninja attempted to relearn Water Shuriken around level 75. I suspect this was activated by that being its first level up since I forgot Water Shuriken for Waterfall. There is something very different about how moves are learned in this game, and I'm now almost positive that the move "relearner" now teaches every moves a Pokemon can learn by level up even if they aren't at the right level to learn it. Can someone try testing what, say, a level 20 Gyarados can learn by Heart Scale?
thats wrong. they cant learn every move, only ones they would have known through level. its weird but sometimes pokemon seem to learn moves twice.

also I cought many Pumpkaboo things and they had different sizes and the bigger ones didn't have higher defense or anything else for that matter. I doubt it's helping its stats. It's probably just for looks.
 
Base stat calculation:

hp:
Base = (((hpstat-10) / (Level/100)) -EVs/4 - IVs - 100) / 2

other stats:
Base = (((stat-5) / (Level/100)) -EVs/4 - IVs) / 2

end result is rounded up

Here are new Pokemon base stats that I got so far: [should be the true base stat for the Pokemon unless I made an input error]
florges:
def 68
spatk 112

Pyroar:
spdef 66

tyrantrum:
def 119

Noivern:
spatk 97
speed 123
 
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Greninja attempted to relearn Water Shuriken around level 75. I suspect this was activated by that being its first level up since I forgot Water Shuriken for Waterfall. There is something very different about how moves are learned in this game, and I'm now almost positive that the move "relearner" now teaches every moves a Pokemon can learn by level up even if they aren't at the right level to learn it. Can someone try testing what, say, a level 20 Gyarados can learn by Heart Scale?
I can confirm that this ISN'T true. Because I had a level 30 Gardevoir, and I took a Heart Scale to teach it Hypnosis, because I had the same theory. However I have an alternate theory, that the Relearner will teach moves that your previous Evolution would know if you have surpassed it's level and the move is in both's Pokemon's movepool.

Which changes the way it used to work where it would only look at the current pokemon's evolutionary state.

I have a Noivern, and when I took it to the Re-Learner, Boom Burst was an option, but a few levels later it tried to learn Boom Burst again.

To give an example, Ralts, Gardevoir's lowest evolutionary Form learns Hypnosis @ level 45, but Gardevoir doesn't learn it until 55, but if I take it to the Relearner at 45 Hypnosis will be an option for Gardevoir.

This theory seems to cover the issue with pokemon attempting to learn old moves.

I'll be testing this when I get home.
 
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I know unevolved Pokemon are pretty boring but if anyone cares here are Noibat base stats: 40/30/35/45/40/50

Derived this from catching like 20 with the same nature at the same level. I had 31 IVs in every stat to draw from but not 0s in anything but HP, so I could be one base stat wrong in most of the stats(SpA could be 45 or 46, for instance), but feel safe assuming the even spreads for the most part.
 
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