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Where can I EV train my Pokemon for Attack?

15 votes

What are the best locations for getting Effort Values in Attack?

asked Jun 1, 2010 by Pokemaster
retagged Aug 29, 2012 by Pokemaster

6 Answers

13 votes
Best answer


At the top end of Route 210 (east of Celestic Town), you'll find Bibarel (2 EVs), Machop (1 EV), Machoke (2 EVs) and Scyther (1 EV). You can also get Bagon (1 EV) with the PokeRadar and Zangoose (2 EVs) with Ruby in the GBA slot.


Surf on Route 42 to find Goldeen (1 EV) and Seaking (2 EVs).

answered Jun 1, 2010 by Pokemaster
edited Aug 13, 2011 by Pokemaster
what about rock types who are weak to fighting and water (and bug and normal) in D/P/Pt?
10 votes

Black / White:

Lillipup 1 EV
Patrat 1 EV
Audino 2 HP EVs (shaking grass)

answered Mar 13, 2011 by DarthDestiny
edited Jan 21, 2012 by DarthDestiny
Black/White also Icirrus City, grass fields. Lots of Attack and the occasional Deerling (speed). Beware of winter, where you will meet Vanillish also.
What about black/white2?
look at the bottom of this page
5 votes

Well, in my SS, I LUCKILY Got the Pokerus and trained my Sceptile to have excellent attack on wild Seakings in the water in Mt. Silver. My Sceptiles' attack goes up 4 points every lvl which is awesome. So if you have the pokerus in any of your games, you could trade or migrate them and get double the evs to get extra strong stats!

answered Jun 2, 2010 by Swampert
edited Jun 6, 2010 by Swampert
4 votes

Go slightly north from Orburgh and the first patch of grass has a whole bunch of machop.

answered Jul 15, 2010 by ohioscyther
1 vote

the grassy areas right before pinwheel forest.
Pidove-1 ev
Timburr-1 ev
Sawk-2 evs

answered Jul 19, 2012 by bruzer567
1 vote

Black/White 2 - Attack spots

Dragonspiral Tower 1F - Mienshao (2 EVs), Druddigon (2 EVs), Golurk (2 EVs).

Victory Road 1F/3F - Banette (2 EVs), Golurk (2 EVs).

N's Castle - Druddigon (2 EVs), Zweilous (2 EVs), Excadrill (2 EVs) in dust clouds. Avoid Onix (dust clouds).

answered Aug 29, 2012 by Pokemaster
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