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I'm a bit confused about the IV judge. I would just like someone to explain what this means to me:

>"This Pokemon's potential is decent all around, that's how I judge it, anyway. Incidentally, I would say that it's greatest potential lies in it's HP, but it's attack stat is good, too. Hmm. And it's defense stat is good, too. Although it's Sp. Atk is equally good. It's Sp. Def stat seems just as good, though. And well, it's Speed stat is good, too. It has rather decent stats is say. That's how I judge it."

Since all the stats were mentioned, does that mean he has perfect IVs? Or are they only perfect if he says "stats like those can't be beat"?

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This doesn't mean it has perfect IVs.

The only line he ever says when it has perfect IVs is "Stats like those... They simply can't be beat! That's how I judge it.".

He says various different things when you have different IVs, here are some possibilities:

  • 0-15 IVs - "It has rather decent stats, I'd say. That's how I judge it."
  • 16-25 - "It's definitely got some good stats. That's how I judge it."
  • 26-30 - "This Pokémon has some fantastic stats. That's how I judge it."
  • 31 - "Stats like those... They simply can't be beat! That's how I judge it."

If he says that its greatest potential is in HP, that means the highest IVs are in HP. Also, if he follows up with "but its attack stat is good too" (like he did in your case), that means they are equally as good.


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This simply means that all the IVs are actually the same number, believe it or not.

Your Rhyperior's IVs are all of the exact same number between 0-15.
Perfect IVs are judged when he says 'Stats like those... they simply can't be beat! That's how I judge it.'

So yeah. Sorry to get your hopes up. :P

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