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What sort of EVs does the SS/HG League's Pokemon give your Pokemon?

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asked May 19, 2013 by ۞GreedTheAvaricious۞
You can calculate it yourself: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_by_effort_value_yield - tbh, it's not a good idea to use the league as any form of EV training because the Pokemon have all the EVs that you need. You should EV train after you beat the game.
It was just out of curiosity, and I've beaten the elite 4 four times already.
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If you really want to know, this is it then:
E4 Will:

  1. Brongzong - EV YIELD:1 Defense, 1 Special Defense
  2. Jynx- EV YIELD: 2 Special Attack
  3. Grumpig- EV YIELD: 2 Special Defense
  4. Slowbro- EV YIELD: 2 Defense
  5. Gardevoir- EV YIELD: 3 Special Attack
  6. Xatu- EV YIELD: 1 Special Attack, 1 Speed

E4 Koga:

  1. Skunktank- EV YIELD: 2 HP
  2. Toxicroak- EV YIELD: 2 Attack
  3. Swalot- EV YIELD: 2 HP
  4. Venomoth- EV YIELD: 1 Special Attack, 1 Speed
  5. Muk- EV YIELD: 1 HP, 1 Attack
  6. Crobat- EV YIELD: 3 Speed

E4 Bruno:

  1. Hitmontop- EV YIELD: 2 Special Defense
  2. Hitmonlee- EV YIELD: 2 Attack
  3. Hitmonchan- EV YIELD: 2 Special Defense
  4. Hariyama- EV YIELD: 2 HP
  5. Machamp- EV YIELD: 3 Attack
  6. Lucario- EV YIELD: 1 Attack, 1 Special Attack

E4 Karen:

  1. Umbreon- EV YIELD: 2 Special Defense
  2. Weavile- EV YIELD: 1 Attack, 1 Speed
  3. Spiritomb- EV YIELD: 1 Defense, 1 Special Defense
  4. Honchkrow- EV YIELD: 2 Attack
  5. Houndoom- EV YIELD: 2 Special Attack
  6. Absol- EV YIELD: 2 Attack

Champion Lance:

  1. Salamence- EV YIELD: 3 Attack
  2. Garchomp- EV YIELD: 3 Attack
  3. Dragonite- EV YIELD: 3 Attack
  4. Charizard- EV YIELD: 3 Special Attack
  5. Altaria- EV YIELD: 2 Special Defense
  6. Gyarados- EV YIELD: 2 Attack

Phew, that took me a while.
Next time you should really just look it up

answered May 20, 2013 by Aeternis
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In Heartgold/Soulsilver, these are the Elite Four's Pokemon's E.V.s...

1 - Will - Type Psycic

Xatu (40) - Sp. Attack 1 - Speed 1
Jinx (41) - Sp. Attack 2
Exeggutor (41) - Sp. Attack 2
Slowbro (41) - Defense 2
Xatu (42) - Sp. Attack 1 - Speed 1

2 - Koga - Type Poison

Araidos (40) - Attack 2
Vennomoth (41) - Sp. Attack 1 - Speed 1
Fortess (43) - Defense 2
Muk (42) - H.P. 1 - Attack 1
Crobat (44) - Speed 3

3 - Bruno - Type Fighting

Hitmontop (42) - Sp. Defense 2
Hitmonlee (42) - Attack 2
hitmonchan (42) - Sp. Defense 2
Onix (43) - Defense 1
Machamp (46) - Attack 3

4 - Karen - Type Dark (the best type ever)

Umbreon (42) - Sp. Defense 2
Vileplume (42) - Sp. Attack 3
Gengar (45) - Sp. Attack 3
Murkrow (44) - Speed 1
Houndoom (47) - Sp. Attack 2

Champion - Lance - Type Dragon

Gyrados (44) - Attack 2
Dragonite (49) - Attack 3
Dragonite (49) - Attack 3
Aerodactyl (48) - Speed 2
Charizard (48) - Sp. Attack 3
Dragonite (50) - Attack 3

And here's the total of all of the E.V.'s...
Attack - 19
Defense - 5
Sp. Attack - 10
Sp. Defense - 6
Speed - 9

You really shouldn't E.V. train in the Elite Four, instead jsut train on common Pokemon in the routes :D

answered May 21, 2013 by screamloud
Reread the second comment on the question please. ;)