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PostSubject: The Superguide!   Sun Mar 30, 2008 8:10 pm

Hello, gathered friends, and welcome to the Superguide! This guide was started abck in the days of Pokestadium, made by myself to help practically anyone who plays Pokemon Diamond/Pearl. Now Pokestadium no longer exists, but I really don't want to lose all the work I've put into the Superguide, and I would like more than just long time members to be able to see it. So, without further ado, I present it to you!

The Super Guide

Contents:
    Characteristics Chart
    EV Training spots
    Nature Chart
    Top five Pokemon in each stat
    Tier Listing


Characterstic Chart

Characteristics are the 4th Generation equivalent of the IV guy in Emerald. They can tell you what your Pokemon's highest IV is, and how high it is...if you know what they mean. If you have one of the characteristics highlighted in green, then you may have one or more perfect IVs.




EV Training Spots

I'm sure if you found this site, you know what EVs are. If you don't, well, I'm not going to tell you Razz...There is probably a guide on the site that directed you here. Well, I compiled the training spots for Diamond and Pearl...Here they are:

Hit Points -

Location: Route 201
Which Pokémon: Bidoof (1 EV)
This is the fastest place to train hp for me, since the Bidoofs are killed in one hit by
practically everything, and you see tons of them.


Attack -

Location: Acuity Lakefront
Which Pokémon: Snover (1 EV), Machoke (2 EVs)
An awesome place for physical sweepers, since everything else there gives speed evs. It
is my personal favorite place for attack EVs.

Location: Route 212
Which Pokémon: Bibarel (2 EVs), Kricketune (2 EVs)
This place works pretty well, use it if you hate the other one.


Defense -

Location: Ruin Maniac Cave
Which Pokémon: Hippopotas (1 EV), Geodude (1 EV)
Everything here gives Defense EVs, so you don't have to run from anything. It's a really
good spot.

Location: Iron Island
Which Pokémon: Graveler (2 EVs), Onix (1 EV), Steelix (2 EVs)
This spot works pretty well, but I prefer the Ruin Maniac Cave over it. Gravelers are
really easy to find.


Special Attack -

Location: Old Chateau
Which Pokémon: Ghastly (1 EV), Haunter (2 EVs), Gengar (3 EVs)
I train special attackers here, and it works really well. Haunter and Gengar only appear in
the room with eyes, and if you have a GBA Pokemon game in the bottom slot of your DS.

Location: Lost Tower (Route 209)
Which Pokémon: Gastly (1 EV)
This place also works for special sweepers, since the only other Pokemon are Zubat and
Murkrow, which give 1 speed EV.

Location: Resort Area Pond
Which Pokémon: Golduck (2 EV)
Very few, if any, Pokemon appear here besides Golduck. This is a really good place if
you don't like the Old Chateau or don't have a GBA Pokemon game.


Special Defense -

Location: Route 223 (Water)
Which Pokémon: Tentacruel (2 EVs), Mantyke (1 EV)
I don't think there are too many places to train special defense. This place is fine, there
isn't too much variety in Pokemon.


Speed -

Location: Acuity Lakefront
Which Pokémon: Sneasel (1 EV), Meditite (1 EV), Medicham (2 EVs)
As I said, this is one of the best places for physical sweepers, since everything else gives
attack evs.

Location: Caves
Which Pokémon: Zubat (1 EV), Golbat (2 EVs)
Come on, I know you can find a cave that has these guys...since pretty much every cave
has some.

Location: Trophy Garden
What Pokemon: Pichu (1 EV), Pikachu (2 EVs), Staravia (2 EVs)
These guys are easy to find in the garden, and there is, of course, the other random
Pokemon depending on the day, so there might be something else you might want to
catch (Porygon) or something else that gives speed EVs. I prefer the other spots, though.


Nature Chart
This is simply a nature chart, it shows what nature gives a bonus and penalty for what stat. Note that the neutral natures are neutral because they apply a bonus and penalty to the same stat.



Green is neutral, Purple is for physical sweepers, yellow is for special sweepers, orange is for mixed sweepers...normally.

Top 5

This section is just a list of the top five (ish) Pokemon of each base stat.

HP:
1. Blissey (255)
2. Chansey (250)
3. Wobbefet (190)
4. Wailord (170)
5. Snorlax (160)

Attack:
1. Deoxys-F (180)
2. Rampardos (165)
4. Slaking (160)
4. Regigigas (160)
7. Groudon (150)
7. Rayquaza (150)
7. Deoxys-RS (150)
Where the hell is medicham? O_O

Defense:
1. Shuckle (230)
3. Steelix (200)
3. Regirock (200)
5. Cloyster (180)
5. Aggron (180)

Special Attack:
1. Deoxys-F (180)
2. Mewtwo (154)
7. Kyogre (150)
7. Rayquaza (150)
7. Deoxys-RS (150)
7. Dialga (150)
7. Palkia (150)

Special Defense:
1. Shuckle (230)
2. Regice (200)
3. Deoxys-L (160)
5. Lugia (154)
5. Ho-oh (154)

Speed:
1. Deoxys-E (180)
2. Ninjask (160)
4. Deoxys-RS (150)
4. Deoxys-F (150)
5. Electrode (140)

Total:
1. Arceus (720)
8. Mewtwo (680)
8. Lugia (680)
8. Ho-oh (680)
8. Rayquaza (680)
8. Dialga (680)
8. Palkia (680)
8. Giratina (680)

Tier Listing

This is the current Smogon Tier Listing...If you're looking for it, you probably know what it is already.

Uber:
Arceus
Darkrai
Deoxys (all forms)
Dialga
Giratina
Groudon
Ho-oh
Kyogre
Latias
Latios
Lugia
Manaphy
Mew
Mewtwo
Palkia
Rayquaza
Wobbuffet


OU:
Aerodactyl
Azelf
Blissey
Breloom
Bronzong
Celebi
Cresselia
Donphan
Dragonite
Dugtrio
Dusknoir
Electivire
Forretress
Garchomp
Gengar
Gliscor
Gyarados
Heatran
Heracross
Hippowdon
Infernape
Jirachi
Lucario
Machamp
Magnezone
Metagross
Porygon-Z
Rhyperior
Salamence
Skarmory
Slowbro
Starmie
Suicune
Swampert
Tangrowth
Togekiss
Tyranitar
Vaporeon
Weavile
Weezing
Yanmega
Zapdos


BL:
Abomasnow
Alakazam
Ambipom
Arcanine
Articuno
Blaziken
Charizard
Claydol
Cloyster
Drapion
Empoleon
Entei
Espeon
Exeggutor
Floatzel
Flygon
Gallade
Gardevoir
Hariyama
Honchkrow
Houndoom
Jolteon
Jynx
Kingdra
Leafeon
Lickilicky
Ludicolo
Magmortar
Marowak
Medicham
Mesprit
Milotic
Miltank
Mismagius
Moltres
Ninjask
Porygon2
Raikou
Ramparados
Regice
Regigigas
Regirock
Registeel
Roserade
Sceptile
Scizor
Slaking
Shaymin
Shedinja
Smeargle
Snorlax
Spiritomb
Staraptor
Steelix
Tauros
Torterra
Umbreon
Uxie
Venusaur
Zangoose

Update log
~August 23rd, 2007
Guide launched at Version 0.1
Nature Chart
Characteristic Chart
EV training spots
Top five Pokemon of each Base Stat

~March 26, 2008
Tier List Added
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PostSubject: Re: The Superguide!   Mon Mar 31, 2008 12:57 pm

Nice work dominic! its good johan told us he was shutting down the forum before we lost your work!


I've moved this because i thought it would be better in game machanics

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PostSubject: Re: The Superguide!   Wed Apr 02, 2008 2:01 pm

Alright, I wasn't sure which one to post it in, so I guessed.
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