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Stats of a Pokemon at level 100?

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Guys one serious doubt: will a Pokémon (with maximum IVs and maximum EVs in the given stats) have the same stat total even if evolved at any level other than its normal evolution level. For example, Dragonite can have a maximum Attack stat of 403 at level 100. If I have a Dratini with maxed EVs and IVs in Attack and I raise it to level 98, without evolving, and then evolve it to Dragonair at level 99 and Dragonite at level 100, will the Dragonite in this example have an Attack stat of 403 at level 100? Or will it be lower? Please help !I have always wanted to know about this.

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It would still be 403, because the formula is recalculated every time a Pokemon levels up or gains/loses EVs, so the specific level when you choose to evolve the Pokemon should make no difference in stats.
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I had a Qulava, and I thought it was cooler then Typhlosion. At level 40 I finally let Quilave evolve, when this Qualave evolved into Typhplosion, all its stats were recalculated, as if the Pokemon had been a Typhlosion sense level 1. Stalling an evolution has NO NEGATIVE AFFECTS ON STATS, in fact the recalculation is so drastic, that nintendo is afraid the process would glitch the game if allowed to take place mid battle, and is why Pokemon can't evolve mid battle. The game takes the level, the value of the Evs and Ivs, and substitutes the Pokemon for its evolved form, if you hacked the game and told it a mewtwo evolved into a magikharp, you would get a magikharp as weak as any other. the only harm in stalling an evolution is the possibility that the Pokemon's evolved form learns different moves.

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