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Are Pokemon who have been bred easier to EV train ..

 
 
 
Pravinj asks: Added Sep 17th 2011, ID #220357

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Are Pokemon who have been bred easier to EV train than Pokemon you catch in the wild??
 
 

 
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Added 18th Sep 2011, ID #441554
No. All Pokemon gain EVs at the same rate. The only thing that can change the rate a Pokemon gains EVs are certain items. (Most include the word "Power" in their names)
 
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Pravinj said: 19th Sep 2011 | REPORT
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