PokéBase - Pokémon Q&A
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why a downvote? is it because someone has a grudge?

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Here is the formula for Evasion anad the likeliness of hitting a Pokemon:

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A = is the base accuracy of the move (in percent - e.g. a base accuracy of 95 is counted as 0.95)
Accuracy = The amount of boost/fall the accuracy of the move has at that moment (in percent - e.g. 3 boosts in accuracy make the value 2)
Evasion = The amount of evasion boosts the Pokemon has got (in percent - e.g. lowering evasion by two stages lowers this number to 0.6)

I took the move to be 100% accurate, and has no accuracy boosts.

So after doing the math, here's what I got:

#33.33% chance of hitting.


Hope I helped!

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There is no way that a 7th Grader cannot multiply
i can im just lazy
So it's complicated because you're lazy.
1. it is not complicated. 2. You can just read the BIG BOLD bit if you think this. 3. Qwerty explains that this if the accuracy of the move is 100%. 4. Qwerty gives the formula for calculating the probability of being hit if the accuracy isn't 100%.

This deserves BA.
+1 for Qwerty Zoom.
im taking your advice
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#33.3% with a 100% accuracy move.
Otherwise, it is 1/3 of the move's accuracy.


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33% of the original chance, that is.
Was too slow xD
You might want to add that it is 1/3 of the accuracy of a move as you are suggesting that it is always 33%.