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  1. Hi there! I can give you a Froakie rn; don't need anything specific in return, anything'll do. Let me know your username and I'll send you a trade invite.
  2. I'm afraid that Pokémon in the Undiscovered egg group cannot breed. The Pokémon in this egg group include: Baby Pokémon: these Pokémon can be the result of breeding with their non-baby parents (in some cases one of the parents needs to be holding a specific item (usually an Incense) to receive a baby Pokémon from your egg; more info on this on Bulbapedia). These baby Pokémon are guaranteed to have 3 perfect IVs, as Balwer stated above. Legendary Pokémon, Mythical Pokémon and Ultra Beasts: these Pokémon cannot be bred and as such cannot be hatched from eggs. If I'm not mistaken, in Reborn they also have 3 guaranteed perfect IVs. That means that - unless there's some method to influence the IVs of these Pokémon I don't know about - you'll have to be patient if you want a 6IV Pokémon in this category and soft reset when catching them. Correct me if I'm wrong but the chance to get one is 1/32768 (1/32 × 1/32 × 1/32). I'll send you a PM later today to discuss which Pokémon I can send your way to get you started.
  3. Pokémon can be in two egg groups max. Ditto is the exception: it can breed with every Pokémon that's in an egg group. However, given that Ditto can't be bred itself, it is nearly impossible to get a 6IV Ditto through legitimate means. I have seen people handing those out, but know they were debugged into the game. If there is a specific Pokémon you want to breed, I can help you get good IV parents. I have a 6IV male for every egg group for my own breeding purposes. If you're into breeding Pokémon, I advise trying to make those for yourself. Once you have one 6IV male you can get the rest more easily, due to there being Pokémon with two egg groups. (Say you have a 6IV male Eevee, which is in the Field egg group. You can use that Eevee with female Pikachu for example, which are in both the Field and Fairy egg groups, to gradually build a 6IV male Pikachu, which gives you access to the Fairy egg group, etc.) (If you are not familiar with IVs: every Pokémon has 6 IVs (Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, HP and Speed), which in Reborn can be viewed in Summary: IVs & EVs. IVs range from 0 (lowest) to 31 (highest). For most wild Pokémon all 6 IV values are random, but by breeding with the methods I explained above, you can build towards Pokémon that have 6 IVs of 31.) If anything remains unclear, let me know!
  4. A while back I wrote this little guide, hope it's what you're looking for. This information applies to E18, but should still be up to date; I added some information specific to E19 as well: For starters, you have to know about a couple of items that help you during the breeding process: Destiny Knot: the Destiny Knot ensures that in total 5IVs will be passed on (the IVs are randomly selected from the total of 12IVs the parents have; without the Destiny Knot only three stats will be passed on). The Power Items (Power Belt, Power Weight, ...): when held by a parent Pokémon, this item ensures that the stat with which it is affiliated is passed on to the egg. If you give one of the parents a Power Weight, for example, the bred Pokémon will always inherit the HP IV of the parent holding the Power Weight. The Everstone: the Everstone makes your Pokémon more likely to inherit the ability of the mother (when held by the mother). Next, I'll explain the process of breeding: The best way to breed successfully is to breed with high IV Pokémon. I always start with a 6IV male and a female of the Pokémon you want to IV breed. (If you don't have a 6IV male, message me so we can see how I can help you get started.) You give the female with the random IVs a Destiny Knot and the male with 6IV a Power item (at this point it does not really matter which one it is). You start breeding, hatching, running around (with a Pokémon with Flame Body/Magma Armor in your party, because it halves the egg distance; if you have the hatching machine in game, that makes this step a lot less time-consuming). After about 5-10* hatches, you should have gotten a female with at least 3 or 4 perfect IVs of 31. You now swap the original female with the good IV female you just got and again give it the Destiny Knot, as well as giving the 6IV male you are breeding with another Power Item, more specifically the one ensuring the inheritance of one of the stats which is not perfect on the female you are currently breeding with. Repeat the process. In the next 5-10* hatches you should again have a female with 5 perfect IVs. Now use that one to breed with, give it the Destiny Knot and give the male 6IV the specific Power item of the stat the female does not have. In this last match up (6IV holding Power Item x 5IV holding Destiny Knot), you always have 5IVs that are perfect and one that is random, making the chance of receiving a 6IV Pokémon 1/31. If you just want a physical or special attacker, you will get one quite fast this way, quite probably without even having to reach the last stage of 5IV x 6IV. If you want a mixed attacker or a breeding father with 6IV, you'll have to have more patience and breed somewhere between 20 and 80 Pokémon depending on your luck and the male/female rate. Things to keep in mind: (In the above explanation I assumed you already know the basics of breeding, but if not:) Pokémon can breed if they 1. are of opposite genders 2. are in the same egg group (egg group information can be found on Bulbapedia; this game should use Gen 7 egg groups). The female passes on the species, so if you breed a male Feebas with a female Magikarp, you'll get a Magikarp. If you want your bred Pokémon to have breeding moves, make sure to breed it on the female before starting to IV breed. If you are heading towards the final stage of 6IV x 5IV, try to make sure the female (5IV)'s missing IV is not Attack or Sp. Attack. While running around and receiving eggs from the daycare man, notice how he looks to the left whenever your parents have magically produced an Egg. (This makes your life a lot easier, since you don't have to keep asking him, he makes it clear by the direction he is facing whether he has an Egg for you or not. This does not apply if you have the breeding machine.) The likelihood of the Day-Care Man having an Egg for you is decided by two factors, increasing the chance if 1. the parent Pokémon are of the same species 2. the OT (Original Trainer) of the parent Pokémon are not the same. If you have any questions, feel free to ask! *this number is an estimate and only applies when the bred Pokémon's gender rate is 50%; the higher the chances of getting a male, the longer you'll have to breed in order to get a good female.
  5. Hi there, one Mudkip coming up. DM me for trade details.
  6. Hi there! I can definitely give you a Ralts, which gender do you prefer? Regarding the Politoed: I can quickly breed a Poliwag, but that'd mean I'd be a level 1 with a random ability (which is no problem if you have a Ability Capsule and some time to train). DM me to discuss trade times if you're interested!
  7. Sure, I can give you a Ditto. Don't need anything valuable in return. DM me for trade details.
  8. Balwer is right, both children have inherited five IVs from the joined IV pool of the parents and have one randomly generated IV.
  9. I can trade you a Chimchar and a Rowlet if you'd like. Let me know when you're available.
  10. Hi there! I can give you a Solrock and Lunatone. Let me know when you're available.
  11. I can trade you one, but the earliest time I have access to my computer is on Wednesday. So if you don't mind waiting, I'd love to help you out!
  12. I should still have one in the box, but I don't have access to my computer until Wednesday. So if it can wait until then, I'd be happy to help you out.
  13. I'd say my six Pokémon that pulled the most weight are: Aegislash Sigilyph (Cosmic Power + Stored Power) Bronzong (Trick Room/Screens) Scizor Swalot (Yawn) Mega Altaria However, most of the game I used this team (Reborn was my first fan game and I was used to sticking to training six Pokémon and using them for all battles; couldn't get past Charlotte though, so that's when everything changed): Meganium Swalot Exploud Ariados Whiscash Heatmor
  14. I can get you a Togepi, I have lots. DM me to find a time to trade.
  15. Great, sending the request now.
  16. Sure, I have a Shinx for you. Don't need anything in return. What's your username? I'll send you a trade request.
  17. Sending the request in a minute EDIT: seems like you went offline. Let me know when you're available again. Sorry for the wait!
  18. I'm sorry for being offline for a while. I can trade rn if you're available.
  19. I have a Lvl 20 Scyther you vcan have. Let me know your username if you want it.
  20. I have a box full of Lvl 1 Turtwig, so I can give you one of those. Let me know if you're interested.
  21. I can give you a Froakie. What's your username?
  22. EV training works as follows: You have a total of 510 EVs you can divide over your Pokémon's six stats (HP, Attack, Defense, Sp. Attack, Sp. Defense and Speed). The maximum number of EVs attributed to one stat is 252. Per 4 EVs invested in a stat, it goes up by 1. Common EV spreads are 252 Speed + 252 Attack/Sp. Attack (depending on the Pokémon's base stat values and your moveset) for offensive Pokémon; 252 in Defense + 252 in Sp. Defense for overall defensive Pokémon; 252 in HP + 252 in Defense/Sp. Defense for specific physical or special walls. It's not too important how you spend the remaining 6 EVs (510 - 252 - 252 = 6), but I usually attribute them to HP, or Speed if HP is already 252. In Reborn and Rejuvenation, you can see the EVs you invested in which stat on the Summary page 'IVs and EVs', which shows IV values on the left and EV values on the right per stat. In Rejuvenation, there are EV rooms which help you EV train you Pokémon way faster than normal. They are located at the Pokémon Center in West Gearen, and you require a key card for each individual door; key cards can be acquired at the AP Center in the Chrisola Hotel in West Gearen. In other games, like Reborn, the most common way to efficiently train EVs is to find a location in which the wild Pokémon have an EV yield which matches the EVs you want your Pokémon to have, and have your Pokémon take our these wild Pokémon, while holding the correct Power Items. The Power Items (https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Power_item) are items which give you 8 extra EVs in one particular stat, depending on which Power Item your Pokémon is holding, when defeating any Pokémon. If your Pokémon already has some EV, but you want to get rid of them because you want to invest them in another stat, you can use Friendship Berries (https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Category:Friendship-raising_Berries) to subtract 10 EVs per eaten berry from a particular stat, depending on which Friendship Berry you gave your Pokémon. I think that's all you need to know. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
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