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(Video) EV Training Guide Pokemon Radical Red

  1. Introduction
  2. The Source of EVs
    • Battling In-Game Pokemon
    • Special Items and Pokerus
  3. In-Game Trainer Locations
  4. Wild Pokemon Hot Spots
  5. Item Locations
  6. Conclusion

Introduction

Effort Values, most commonly referred to as EVs, are one of the most important factors in competitive Pokemon. Unlike nature and IVs, which are controlled basically by luck, rigorous breeding, soft-resetting, or RNG abuse, EVs can be directly manipulated by the player on the fly with very few setbacks. The purpose of this guide is to direct the user through EV training in FireRed and LeafGreen, the remakes of the famous and beloved Generation 1 games Red and Blue. Why are these games important? Just as the Hoenn games have their respective guides, it is useful for a player to train his native Pokemon in Kanto to eliminate the need for extensive trading just for EV training. This guide will explain the barebones knowledge of EVs without going into too much detail. A more exhaustive guide on EVs can be found here.

The Source of EVs

All competitive Pokemon players know, or should know, the purpose of EVs. Training an in-game Pokemon to have competitive EVs, however, is much more time consuming than typing a number into a text box on a simulator.

Battling In-Game Pokemon

There are a plethora of in-game trainers and wild Pokemon to battle throughout your adventure. Without any modifiers, EVs are gained 1, 2, or 3 at a time, depending on the Pokemon you battle.

(Video) How to EV Train Your Pokémon - Tamashii Hiroka

Special Items and Pokerus

If you are discouraged by the prospect of obtaining only at most 3 EVs at a time, fear not; there are a few ways to accelerate the growth of your Pokemon. EV-boosting vitamins can be found in various places on the ground or purchased on the fifth floor of the Celadon City Department Store. These items can be used to elevate a stat's EV to a maximum of 100, 10 per vitamin taken. Unfortunately, as life has taught us, nothing is free; you will be paying $9,800 for 1 vitamin. The maximum number of any given vitamin you can use on one Pokemon is 10, which comes to $98,000 just to get 100 EVs in a single stat! Fortunately, there are vitamins scattered throughout the game, and you will be shown in this guide where these items are.

Late in the game you will find a very helpful item called the Macho Brace, which doubles the EVs earned from defeating a single Pokemon. The Macho Brace can be found after defeating Giovanni once and for all at the Viridian Gym. A second helpful item is the Exp. Share. After any battle, half of the total experience given after defeating a Pokemon goes to the holder, and the rest is distributed to the other battlers. Since experience is gained, a Pokemon holding the Exp. Share also gains EVs. The Exp. Share is found mid-game on Route 15, and you must have registered 50 Pokemon in your Pokedex to obtain it.

The final key to accelerated EV training is the Pokerus. This rare virus doubles the EVs earned from defeating a single Pokemon, which in conjunction with the Macho Brace yields a possible 4, 8, or 12 EVs per Pokemon! Unfortunately, the Pokerus is even rarer than a random shiny Pokemon. In fact, you can only obtain the Pokerus in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, so you will not be able to abuse the virus until after the Elite 4 without trading with another FireRed or LeafGreen game that has obtained the Pokerus by having traded with a Hoenn game itself.

(Video) EV Training Guide Video Introduction

It is extremely important to note that the EV-reducing Berries do not work in FireRed or LeafGreen, so there is no way to delete unwanted EVs unless you trade your Pokemon to Emerald! That, however, is counterproductive to the idea of an in-game run, therefore it is imperative that you get them right the first time. Keep track of them in a text editor or on a sheet of paper.

In-Game Trainer Locations

This is a comprehensive list of trainers you will face throughout your adventure that give dedicated EVs. Of course, there are hundreds of in-game trainers, but a vast majority of them contain a variety of EVs, making it more difficult to plan ahead of time what EVs you wish to obtain.

HP

Route 8
Lass Julia - 2 Clefairy (4); Super Nerd Glenn - 2 Grimer (2), 1 Muk (1 HP, 1 Atk); Twins Eli & Anne - Clefairy (2), Jigglypuff (2); Lass Paige - Nidoran-F (1), Nidorina (2); Biker Jaren - 2 Grimer (2)
Saffron City (Gym):
Psychic Cameron - 2 Slowpoke (2), Slowbro (2); Psychic Preston - Slowbro (2)

Atk

Route 11
Youngster Dave - Nidoran-M (1), Nidorino (2)Celadon Gym: Beauty Tamia - 2 Bellsprout (2); Lass Kay - Bellsprout (1), Weepinbell (2); Cooltrainer Mary - Bellsprout (1), Weepinbell (2)Route 12: All Fishermen - 1 or more Goldeen (1); Camper Justin: Nidoran-M (1), Nidorino (1)
Route 15:
Bird Keeper Chester - 2 Doduo (2), 1 Dodrio (2)
Route 17 & 18
Doduo (1); Cue Ball Isaiah - Machop (1), Machamp (3); Cue Ball Raul - Mankey (1), Primeape (2); Cue Ball Jamal - 2 Mankey (2), Machop (1), Machamp (3); Cue Ball Zeek - Machoke (2); Cue Ball Corey - Machoke (2), Primeape (2)
Route 16
Cue Ball Koji - 2 Machop (2), Mankey (1); Cue Ball Luke - Mankey (1), Machop (1); Cue Ball Camron - Machop (1), Mankey (1)
Saffron City (Fighting Dojo)
Black Belt Hideki - Machop (1), Machoke (2); Black Belt Hitoshi - Machop (1), Mankey (1), Primeape (2); Black Belt Mike - 2 Mankey (2), Primeape (2); Black Belt Aaron - Primeape (2)
Route 19
Sis and Bro Lia & Luc - Goldeen (1), Seaking (2); Swimmer Alice - Goldeen (1), Seaking (2)
Route 21
Fisherman Ronald - 3 Seaking (6), Goldeen (1)
Viridian Gym
Tamer Cole - Arbok (2), Tauros (1 Atk, 1 Spe); Black Belt Kiyo - Machoke (2); Cooltrainer Samuel - 2 Sandslash (2 Def), Rhyhorn (1 Def), Nidorino (2), Nidoking (3); Black Belt Atsushi - Machop (1), Machoke (2); Black Belt Takashi - 2 Machoke (4), Machop (1)
Victory Road
Cooltrainer Caroline - Bellsprout (1), Weepinbell (2), Victreebel (3), Paras (1), Parasect (2)
Elite Four
Lance - Gyarados (2), 2 Dragonair (4), Dragonite (3), Aerodactyl (2 Spe); Lance (post-Sevii Islands): Gyarados (2), 2 Dragonite (6), Kingdra (1 Atk, 1 SpA, 1 SpD), Aerodactyl (1 Spe)

Def

Pewter City Gym
Camper Liam - Geodude(1), Sandshrew (1);Brock - Geodude (1), Onix (2)
Rock Tunnel
Hiker Lenny - 3 Geodude (3); Hiker Oliver - 2 Onix (2), Geodude (1); Hiker Lucas - Geodude (1), Graveler (2); Hiker Dudley - 2 Geodude (2), Graveler (2)
Route 10 South
Hiker Clark - Geodude (1), Onix (1); Hiker Trent - Onix (1), Graveler (2)
Rocket Hideout (B3F)
Team Rocket Grunt 2 - Sandshrew (1), Sandslash (2)
Rocket Hideout (B4F)
Giovanni - Onix (1), Rhyhorn (1)
Route 13
Biker Jared - 3 Koffing (3)
Route 15
Biker Ernest - 3 Koffing (3 Def), Weezing (2); Biker Alex - Koffing (1), Weezing (2)
Fuchsia Gym
Koga - 2 Koffing (3), Weezing (2)
Route 17
Biker Virgil - Koffing (1), 2 Weezing (4); Biker William - 3 Koffing (3), 2 Weezing (4)
Route 16
Cue Ball Ruben - Koffing (1), 2 Weezing (4)
Saffron City (Silph Co.)
Scientist Connor: Grimer (1 HP), Koffing (2), 2 Weezing (4); (7F): Team Rocket Grunt 1 - 2 Cubone (2); Team Rocket Grunt 3 - Sandshrew (1), Sandslash (2)
Route 20
Swimmer Barry - Shellder (1), Cloyster (2)
Route 21
Fisherman Claude - Shellder (1), Cloyster (2)
Viridian Gym
Cooltrainer Samuel - 2 Sandslash (4), Rhyhorn (1), Nidorino (2 Atk), Nidoking (3 Atk); Cooltrainer Yuji - Sandslash (2), 2 Graveler (2), Onix (1), Marowak (2); Cooltrainer Warren - 2 Marowak (4), Rhyhorn (1), Nidorina (2 HP), Nidoqueen (3 HP)

SpA

Route 5 & 6
Bug Catcher Elijah - Butterfree (2 SpA, 1 SpD)
Route 11
Engineer Bernie - 2 Magnemite (2), Magneton (2)
Route 9
Picnicker Alicia - 2 Oddish (2)
Rock Tunnel
Picnicker Martha - Oddish (1), Bulbasaur (1)
Celadon Gym
Beauty Bridget - 2 Oddish (2); Picnicker Tina - Bulbasaur (1), Ivysaur (1 SpA, 1 SpD); Cooltrainer Mary - Oddish (1), Gloom (2), Ivysaur (1 SpA, 1 SpD)
Pokemon Tower
All Channelers - Gastly (1), Haunter (2)
Saffron City (Gym)
Channeler Stacy - Haunter (2); Channeler Amanda - Gastly (1), Haunter (2); Sabrina - Kadabra (2), Alakazam (3), Venomoth (1 SpA, 1 Spe), Mr. Mime (2 SpD)

SpD

Fuchsia Gym
Juggler Nate - Drowzee (1); Juggler Kayden - Hypno (2); Juggler Kirk - 3 Drowzee (3); Juggler Shawn - Drowzee (1), Hypno (2)

Spe

Cerulean Gym
Misty - Staryu (1), Starmie (2)
Routes 5 & 6
Bug Catcher Keigo - 2 Weedle (2); Picnicker Nancy - Rattata (1), Pikachu (2); Picnicker Isabelle - 3 Pidgey (3); Camper Jeff: Spearow (1), Raticate (2)
Vermilion Gym
Sailor Dwayne - 2 Pikachu (4); Engineer Baily - Voltorb (1); Gentleman Tucker - Pikachu (2); Lt. Surge: Voltorb (1), Pikachu (2), Raichu (3)
Route 8
Lass Andrea - 3 Meowth (3); Lass Megan - Pidgey (1), Rattata (1), Meowth (1), Pikachu (2)
Pokemon Tower
Team Rocket Grunt 1 - 2 Zubat (2), Golbat (2); Team Rocket Grunt 3 - 2 Zubat (2), Rattata (1), Raticate (2)
Route 13
Birdkeeper Sebastian Pidgey (1), Pidgeotto (2); Picnicker Susie - Pidgey (1), Rattata (2), 2 Meowth (2), Pikachu (2); Beauty Lola - 2 Rattata (2), Pikachu (2); Picnicker Gwen - 2 Pidgey (2), Pidgeotto (2), Meowth (1); Bird Keeper Robert - Pidgey (1), Pidgeotto (2), Spearow (1), Fearow (2); Bird Keeper Perry - 3 Spearow (3), 2 Pidgey (2); Picnicker Valerie - 2 Poliwag (2)
Route 15
Picnicker Becky - Pikachu (2), Raichu (3)
Route 17 & 18
Spearow (2), Fearow (2), Raticate (2), Rattata (1), Bird Keeper Jacob - 3 Spearow (3), Fearow (2); Bird Keeper Wilton - Spearow (1), Fearow (2); Bird Keeper Ramiro - Dodrio (2)
Saffron City (Silph Co.) (2F)
Team Rocket Grunt 1 - 3 Zubat (3), Golbat (2), Raticate (2); (6F): Team Rocket Grunt 2 - 2 Zubat (2), Golbat (2); (7F): Rocket Grunt 2: Zubat (1), Golbat (2), Rattata (1), Raticate (2)
Route 19
Swimmer Connie - 3 Staryu (3)
Route 21
Fisherman Wade - 6 Magikarp (6)
Cinnabar Gym
Super Nerd Erik - 2 Vulpix (2), Ninetales (1 Spe, 1 SpD)

Wild Pokemon Hot Spots

Battling wild Pokemon is much quicker and easier than trainer battles. Hot spots are areas that contain common wild Pokemon so you can gain EVs without battling trainers. In fact, they are vital to your success after you have defeated all of the in-game trainers. As you will see, it is much easier to find HP, Attack, and Speed EVs earlier in the game, while defensive and Special Attack EVs are extremely rare until later in the game.

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HP

Early routes / Viridian Forest
Caterpie (1)
Route 3
Nidoran-F (1), Jigglypuff (2)
Mt. Moon
Clefairy (2)
Route 12
Snorlax (2)
Route 16
Snorlax (2)

Atk

Route 22
Mankey (1)
Mt. Moon (B1F)
Paras (1) *
Route 4
Mankey (1), Ekans (1) (FireRed only)
Route 5, 6, 25
Bellsprout (1) (LeafGreen only)
Route 8, 9, 10, 11
Ekans (FireRed only)
Rock Tunnel
Machop (1), Mankey (1)
Route 12
Bellsprout (1), Weepinbell (2)
Victory Road
Machop (1), Machoke (2), Arbok (2) (FireRed only), Primeape (2) (2F only)

Def

Mt. Moon
Geodude (1)
Route 4, 8, 9, 10, 11
Sandshrew (1) (LeafGreen only)
Rock Tunnel
Geodude (1), Onix (1), Graveler (2)
Route 21 (Grass)
Tangela (1) *
Pokemon Mansion
Koffing (1), Weezing (2) (FireRed only)
Victory Road
Onix (1), Geodude (1), Sandslash (2) (LeafGreen only), Marowak (2)

SpA

Route 24
Oddish (1) (FireRed only)
Route 25, 5, 6, 7
Oddish (1) (FireRed only)
Pokemon Tower
Gastly (1), Haunter (2) *
Route 12
Oddish (1), Gloom (2)

SpD

Route 11
Drowzee (1)
Route 12 & 13
Venonat (1)
All Surfing Routes
Tentacool (1)

Spe

Route 1
Rattata (1), Pidgey (1) *
Viridian Forest
Weedle (1), Pikachu (2)
Mt. Moon
Zubat (1)
Routes 5, 6, 7, 8
Pidgey (1), Meowth (1)
Diglett's Cave
Diglett (1), Dugtrio (2) *
Route 10
Voltorb (1)
Route 13
Pidgey (1)
Altering Cave
Zubat (1) *

* Area contains only the listed Pokemon. In the case of Pokemon Tower, Cubone are so rare that it is arguably the best spot in the game to obtain Special Attack EVs.

Item Locations

There are many items spread throughout the land of Kanto that will assist you in your EV training. Here is a list of only these specific items and their locations.

HP Up
Celadon City, Celadon Dept. Store, Silph Co., Pokemon Mansion, (Post-game) Six Island
Protein
Celadon City, Celadon Dept. Store, Silph Co., Safari Zone, Pokemon Mansion
Iron
Celadon City, Celadon Dept. Store, Silph Co., Route 12, Pokemon Mansion
Calcium
Celadon City, Celadon Dept. Store, Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Pokemon Mansion
Zinc
Cerulean City, Celadon Dept. Store, Silph Co., Pokemon Mansion, (Post-game) Three Island
Carbos
Celadon City, Celadon Dept. Store, Silph Co., Pokemon Mansion, (Post-game) Kindle Road
Rare Candy
Mt. Moon, Pokemon Tower, Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Fuchsia City, Victory Road, (Post-game) Lost Cave
Macho Brace
Viridian Gym (after defeating Giovanni)
Exp. Share
Route 15 - Professor Oak's Aide (must have captured at least 50 Pokemon)

Conclusion

Now that you are a master of EV training in FireRed and LeafGreen, get out there and take advantage of every trainer, item, and Pokemon you get your hands on! Thank you for reading.

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FAQs

Do EVs exist in fire red? ›

Fire Red and Leaf Green will use the Generation 3 EV/IV formulas as that is the generation they were currently in when they released the game.

Where can I train speed EVs? ›

Best Pokémon and locations to EV train
  • HP: Skwovet on Route 1.
  • Attack: Chewtle on Route 2 Lakeside.
  • Defense: Rolycoly in Galar Mine or Giant's Cap.
  • Special Attack: Gastly in Watchtower Ruins.
  • Special Defense: Gossifleur on Route 3.
  • Speed: Rookidee on Route 1.
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What level should I start EV training? ›

Start EV training from birth.

EV training begins at birth. If you want perfect control over your Pokémon's EVs, you'll want to start from the minute they're born, when their EVs are still a blank slate. Breed Pokémon in order to get eggs in your desired species that you can raise and train to be the best!

What EVs do Patrats give? ›

Both Patrat and Lillipup (Route 1) give 1 Attack EV. Every Pokémon in Dragonspiral Tower gives Attack EVs. Golett and Mienfoo each give 1 Attack EV while Druddigon gives 2 Attack EVs.

What is the max EV for one stat? ›

The highest amount of EVs you can have in one stat is technically 255, but since the game calculates EVs by multiples of four, having 252 is the same thing. This way you can put the extra EVs in another stat.

What is Max EV for Pokémon? ›

As of Sun and Moon, you can put a maximum of 252 EVs into a given stat, and a Pokémon can have a maximum of 510 EVs in total. Generally, in competitive play, trainers will put 252 EVs into two key stats, and the remaining handful into a third.

Does exp share give EVs? ›

EV is gained when EXP is acquired, so EXP Share does share EVs with the whole party.

Do Trainer battles give EVs? ›

Think of Effort Values — EVs — like Experience Points. Your Pokémon gain them when they fight against other Pokémon, whether it's a wild battle or a Trainer battle.

Does magikarp give speed EVs? ›

A lot of people do Speed EV training via Magikarp slaying in the Lake of Rage or the Dragon Cave. If you want to look for Gyarados or Horsea while you are training, these can be decent locations, but if not you will be better off EV training at one of the Poliwag ponds.

Do EVs only work at level 100? ›

In Generations III and IV, EVs are generally applied only on leveling up, and Pokémon do not gain EVs when at level 100 or otherwise from a battle that does not yield experience points, except by stat-boosting items.

How do you tell if your EVs are maxed out? ›

After selecting your Pokémon and checking its summary, scroll to the stats page (the second page) and press the X button. This will show a yellow shape that denotes that Pokémon's EVs. The more you battle, the yellow area will grow. A maxed out stat will see the yellow area reaching the end of the hexagon.

Which stats should i EV train? ›

Instead, you would EV train a Pokémon in the stats that it excels at, and for Chansey, the optimal EV training would be in HP and Sp. Defense. Another example would be EV training a Volcarona. Volcarona excels in Special Attack and Speed, so you would EV train it in those stats.

What EV does Sentret yield? ›

Thor Love and Thunder - The Loop
Sentret Scout Pokémon #161
Type Normal Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Base experience yield 43Leveling rate Medium Fast
EV yield Total: 1 0 HP 1 Atk 0 Def 0 Sp.Atk 0 Sp.Def 0 Speed 0 HP 0 Atk 0 Def 0 Sp.Atk 0 Sp.Def 0 Speed
3 more rows

What animal is Patrat based on? ›

Biology. Patrat is a rodent-like Pokémon that resembles a chipmunk.

How do I check my EVs black? ›

However, you can still check to see if you have properly EV trained your Pokémon by visiting the EV checker in Opelucid City in Black and White. They are located in the small house directly north of the Pokémon Center. The EV checker is the woman in white walking walking around the first floor.

Can you over EV train? ›

So don't worry tracking how much EV you are earning, there is no way to mess it up.

Are EVs permanent? ›

What are EVs? In short, EVs are hidden points that permanently boost the stats of your Pokémon. You can earn EVs in each stat, including HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed.

How do I get 252 EVs? ›

INSTANT 252 EVs in 5 Minutes! - Fast EV Training Guide for Pokemon ...

How do I reset my EVs? ›

To reset EVs, players can find EV berries scattered around in the wild area. When the player shakes trees, berries will fall and they can use these to reduce EVs for certain Pokemon. Players can also be given these berries for participating in Max Raid battles.

How many IVs can a Pokémon have? ›

IVs: Pokémon must hatch with them already at max (31 IVs) in the required stats. Usually that would mean all of them; although there are some cases when we could leave out one of them, for example the Special Attack on a physical user.

How much do IVs increase stats? ›

You see, at Level 100, IVs contributes to an equivalent boost to the Pokémon's stats. At the far extreme, the difference between a Pokémon with 0 IV in a stat versus 31 IV is 31 stat points, which is a big deal in high level play.

How many EVs do Vitamins give? ›

Adds 10 Defense EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 252. Adds 10 Special Attack EVs to the target Pokémon per use, until it has 252.

How do you increase EVs? ›

Your Pokémon can gain EVs by either eating vitamins or defeating specific Pokémon. You can post these values by either holding special items or becoming infected with Pokérus.

How rare is an EXP Share core? ›

Obtaining. Exp Share Core can be dropped by all mobs in the Deep Caverns, as a Pray RNGesus(<1%) drop, with a 1/10000 (0.01%) drop chance. It can also be obtained from killing the Deep Cavern mobs in the Crystal Hollows, as with all other drops.

What Pokémon gives SP def EVs? ›

Tentacool (various routes — 60% while surfing) and the rarer Tentacruel (5% while surfing) also give Special Defense EVs, but are available at lower levels. Tentacool gives 1 Special Defense EV each while Tentacruel gives 2 Special Defense EVs each.

How do you divide EVs? ›

So how do you make EV spreads for these Pokemon? One way is to maximize one stat, then place 128 EVs in two others. Another would be to spread it evenly with 168 in two stats and 172 in the third.

Why is Magikarp so weak? ›

Magikarp is a pathetic excuse for a Pokémon that is only capable of flopping and splashing. This behavior prompted scientists to undertake research into it. Magikarp is virtually useless in battle as it can only splash around. As a result, it is considered to be weak.

Can Magikarp learn hydro pump? ›

Despite being infamously useless, Magikarp does have something going for it this time around, as it can now learn the powerful Hydro Pump move.

What is red Gyarados? ›

The red Gyarados (Japanese: あかいギャラドス Red Gyarados) is a term used to refer to a Gyarados that is Shiny, which is red rather than its usual blue. According to the anime, this is due to the forced evolution; the Magikarp it evolves from retains its red color, having no time to change its scale color to blue.

Can you max out EVs with vitamins? ›

Each vitamin increases its respective EV by 10 points. This means that it takes 26 vitamins to get a perfect 252 stat. To fully max out EVs, it will take 53 total vitamins.

Can you max out all EVs legends arceus? ›

Each Pokémon has a Base State Total of 510 obtainable EVs to be distributed among the six attributes. However, a stat can have a maximum of 252 EVs.

Is EV training necessary? ›

Why Are EVs Important? EVs are important because they are another way of being able to improve your Pokemon besides just leveling them up. EV training allows players to target specific stats they want to increase on their Pokemon.

How many EVs do berries remove? ›

Use Berries

There are six Berries which, when given to a Pokemon, will reduce a given stat's EVs by 10.

How many EVs do wings give? ›

There are some items that increase a Pokemon's EVs just by using it on them, including Vitamins, which grant 10 EVs each, and Wings (AKA feathers) which grant 1 EV each.

How do you check EVs in Pokémon Fire Red? ›

Your Pokemon need to be at LV 50 or 100. If you want to check for your Pokemon's IVs, you need to know its exact EVs to do so. You can also check if your Pokemon has high IVs In-Game by going to the Battle Subway. Also, you can check to see if your Pokemon's EVs are maxed out by going to a house in Opelucid City.

How many EVs can a Pokémon have in fire red? ›

A Pokémon which reaches level 100 can continue to acquire EVs up to the maximum of 65535 in each stat, and use the box trick to have those EVs factored in.

What is EV in fire red? ›

EV stands for Effort Value. It has nothing to do with training a bunch of Eevee, but it instead describes the process of training up your Pokémon's stats to optimize them for competitive battling. Imagine your Pokémon's stats. There's HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed.

What are EVs and IVs in Pokémon Fire Red? ›

These, however, should not be confused with Effort Values (EVs). The difference between Effort Values and IVs is that Effort Values change over time (by battling and with certain items), whereas IVs will never change.

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