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What are EV affecting items used in-battle?

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So none of the EV reducing berries, or the wings or vitamins. Also, what specifically they do, such as double this one, reduce this one etc. Another question, but related so I put them together, does and exp share split the EVs like the exp? Thank you! Also, I hate it when people just copy/ paste a link as their entire answer, or as an explanation.

Just write or copy/ paste the information yourself and give them credit in a source, and make it quoted.

Thanks a million! I am just starting to EV train, so I want to know as much as possible!

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Following are the items that affect EVs:

Hold Items:

Vitamins:

  • HP Up (Hit Point stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)
  • Protein (Attack stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)
  • Iron (Defense stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)
  • Calcium (Special Attack stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)
  • Zinc (Special Defense stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)
  • Carbos (Speed stat up by 10 EVs until the pokémon hits 100 EVs)

Wings:

Berries:

Click links to see additional information. Source is from serebii.

Also, EXP Share does not in fact divide the EVs. It just gives both Pokemon (the one battling and the one benefiting) all the EVs. Meaning if one of your Pokemon defeated a Sawsbuck (2 Attack EVs) then both the battling Pokemon and the Pokemon benefiting from EXP share will get 2 Attack EVs.

Hope I helped!

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Thank you!
Wait, just for future reference, is there any way I can improve my answers?

Basically, I did answer the same thing, and a couple of minutes faster, at that, so if there's anything I'm lacking, please, let me know now!

Also, this isn't about points, so sorry if you felt that, and I know Qwerty's answer is correct, but just so I know for next time.
Yours was better :P I chose it best because I changed it when I saw you had answered me exp share question! So yours was pretty good! Thank you!
I hadn't known there was an answer before mine, sorry about that xP
Tbh you did the answer enter than mine, only you didn't complete it
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Macho Brace

>Effect: Doubles any effort values the Pokémon holding it gets, but halves its Speed in battle. Stacks with Pokérus.


Power Weight

>Effect: Promotes HP gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 HP EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.


Power Bracer

>Effect: Promotes Attack gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Attack EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.


Power Belt

>Effect: Promotes Defense gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Defense EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.


Power Lens

>Effect: Promotes Special Attack gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Special Attack EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.


Power Band

>Effect: Promotes Special Defense gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Special Defense EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.


Power Anklet

>Effect: Promotes Speed gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Speed EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus.

Straight from Bulbapedia, the all knowing.


Also, a bit about Pokerus, that has been mentioned so many times:

>When a Pokémon has the Pokérus, it gains double the effort values from battling (e.g., fighting a Magikarp will give two Speed EVs, rather than one). Effort points gained from vitamins and wings are not doubled. The infected Pokémon can infect other Pokémon with the virus for a period of about two days. However, the Pokérus timer can be delayed by several methods including placing the infected Pokémon in a PC Box.
While it is represented similarly to status conditions, the Pokérus is not a status condition, so it cannot be healed at a Pokémon Center or with any status condition healing item.
Pokérus has a 3 in 65,536 or approximately a 1 in 21,845 chance of being generated on a Pokémon, either wild or bred, effectively making this rarer than a shiny Pokémon, which have a 3 in 24,576, or around 1 in 8,192 chance to be found wild or hatched. Through battling or capturing this wild Pokémon, players could get this helpful virus onto their own Pokémon, and subsequently spread it around. Due to the overwhelmingly low chance of encountering the virus (about 1/3 of the chance to encounter a Shiny Pokémon), and the fact that most would not even recognize a Pokémon with the virus and may flee from it, many players don't have a Pokémon with the virus.

tl;dr: Something so rare it probably doesn't matter anyway, but keep a look out for it, and if at you have the good fortune, then make full use of it.

Again from Bulbapedia, I'm such a leech (but a credit giving one, lulz)

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You were helpful too, but he put in the back newer for the exp share :P But thanks for the information about Pokérus!

~♡Double R DJ♡~
Oh, all right then, thanks!