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Pokemon X Walkthrough and Guide by Paul (vhayste)
3DS
 
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Base Stats

 
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Your pokemon has six different stats. Their values will define your Pokemon’s overall combat ability. The basic stats are the following:


  • HP – Hit points. This is your Pokemon’s life gauge. If it reaches 0, your Pokemon will faint and you’ll have to revive it using items or take it to the Pokemon center.

  • Attack – Physical attack stat. This determines how effective and powerful the Pokemon’s physical attacks will be.

  • Defense – Physical defense stat. This determines how resilient your Pokemon will be against physical attacks.

  • Sp. Atk – Special Attack stat. This determines how how effective and powerful the Pokemon’s special attacks will be.

  • SP. Def – Special defense stat. This determines how resilient your Pokemon will be against special attacks.

  • Speed – This determines how quickly your Pokemon can act in battle. The Pokemon with the higher Speed will act first when facing an opponent with lower speed.





Different species of Pokemon have different growth rates; even another Pokemon of the same species and level will have different stats. The growth rate of stats will depend on the underlying set of stats called base stats. Each of the six stats described above will have their own base stat. Pokemon X/Y will have a new feature called Super Training. This feature will allow trainers to raise the base stats easily than before.
 
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Dec 9th 2013 Guest
If you just get one pokemon (i reccomend Xerneas) fully trained it will make all your pokemon fully trained
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