Should I only evolve 100 IV Pokemon?

Should I only evolve 100 IV Pokémon?

If you have a Pokemon that is in the highest or second highest IV tier, it really is not that far away from perfect Max CP. So evolving a Pokemon with IV’s in the first or second tier is a good idea, you don’t need to wait for the perfect IV’s. Never power up a Pokémon before evolving it!

What are the chances of getting a 100 IV pokemon go?

There’s a one in 4,096 chance, or 0.0244\% portability, of finding perfect IVs from a wild catch. There is also a Weather Boosted wild catch though, which gives you a significant odds boost. Instead of the 1 in 4,096 chance, a Weather Boosted catch increases your odds to a 1 in 1,728 chance.

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Which 100 IV Pokémon are the best?

Your top 10 100\% IV Pokémon

  • Arcanine.
  • Ampharos.
  • Granbull.
  • Crobat.
  • Steelix.
  • Stantler.
  • Parasect (with Bug Bite)
  • Parasect.

Can you find 100 IV Pokémon?

Now you can look up Pokémon by their star rating, making it very simple to find 100 percent IV Pokémon you may have. Simply typing “4*” in the search bar will yield all of your 100 percent IV Pokémon, making it easy to spot any sleeper picks you may have missed.

What is perfect IV Pokemon?

A perfect IV Pokemon is a Pokemon with some its IVs (usually 4-5 of them) at the maximum value of 31. This can be extended to the right Nature, too. To see your Pokemon’s IVs you need an NPC called the IV Judge (or Stats Judge), which is located at the Battle Tree.

What is perfect IV Pokémon?

Does Pokemon IV really matter?

The higher a Pokémon’s Base Stats, the less of an effect its IVs will have on its overall damage output in battle (More on this later). IVs cannot currently be modified or influenced, but the higher they are, the more potential the Pokémon has in battle than other Pokémon of the same species.

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What is the CP of 100 IV Eevee?

Eevee stats

Max CP Attack Defense
1210 104 114