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What is the best IV set needed for a Power (Emphasis on) 60 Hidden Power Rock, Water, or Ground?

0 votes

I'm planning to actually use my Special moveset for Scizor. But I don't know what the required IV's are.

asked Aug 14, 2012 by [MEGA]StellarLucario
edited Sep 24, 2012 by Pokemaster
For Pokemon Online
sorry i couldn't help..
Thanks for the answers I suppose I should give you some credit...

4 Answers

5 votes
 
Best answer

Base 60 Power

Rock:

29/29/28/31/30/28
28/28/29/31/30/28

Water:

29/29/29/30/31/28
29/28/29/30/31/29
28/29/29/30/31/28
28/28/28/30/31/29

Ground:

29/29/29/30/30/29
28/28/28/31/30/28

Base 59 Power

Base 59 power gives you more speed and defenses in exchange for a Special Attack IV:

Rock:

31/31/30/29/30/30
30/30/31/29/30/30

Water:

31/31/31/28/31/30
31/30/30/28/31/31
30/31/31/28/31/30
30/30/30/28/31/31

Ground:

31/31/31/28/30/31
30/30/30/29/30/30

Source

answered Aug 25, 2012 by Mewderator
edited Sep 24, 2012 by Pokemaster
Waow... good job Mew!
AWESOME DUDE! I didn't even notice this until now! Nice Work!
LOL, no problem.
2 votes

Just change it on PO to the correct type, and it'll change to best possible automatically.
But I can show you:

Rock: Hp 31, Atk 31, Def 30, Sp. Atk 31, Sp. Def, 30, Spd, 30

Water: HP 31, Atk 31, Def 31, Sp. Atk 30, Sp. Def 31, Spd 30

Ground: HP 31, Atk 31, Def 31, Sp. Atk 30, Sp. Def 30, Spd 31

Hope I helped ;D

answered Aug 14, 2012 by XtremeKiller
Power 60, not 70. But it's a good Answer, so I'll give you credit
0 votes

for hidden power calculation, see here

answered Aug 14, 2012 by amethyst3552
Thanks, but I'd rather not go through advanced algebra.....
LoL xD
0 votes

ok, well if you don't want to do the math, you can go to a certain person in each game to see what type it is:

The type of Hidden Power can be checked in Veilstone Game Corner's prize house in Pokémon Platinum, the Celadon Game Corner in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, and in Mistralton City's Pokémon Center in Pokémon Black and White. There remains no in-game way to determine the power level directly, however.

answered Aug 14, 2012 by amethyst3552
By the way.... this is for Pokemon Online, where you can actually EDIT the IVs and type. Thanks anyway. I don't play main series much anymore. And I knew about this.