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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron7624 View Post
    Not sure how to ask...
    Say I have 2 exeggcute with the appx the same cp. they both have Confusion15 and Psychic 55 as their shown attacks. But the appraisals are very different. One says 'can battle with the best of them' and the other says 'is pretty decent'
    doesnt the power of the attacks figure in with their appraisal? How can they be so different?
    The attack power doesn't factor into appraisals, appraisals tell you the value of stats that you can't see. The attack power comes into play only in battle, if you have two Pokmon who's only difference is IV's (the appraisal values), then the Pokmon with the higher IV's would hit harder than than the one with lower IV's.

    Now, two Pokmon with stacking IV tiers, as in "is quite strong" to "can battle with the best of them," and differing attacks, the lower IV tier Pokmon could potentially hit harder than the higher IV tier Pokmon, if the lower IV tier Pokmon has stronger attacks and maxed IV's for that tier, and the higher IV tier Pokmon has weaker attacks and minimum IV's for that tier.
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    The attack power doesn't factor into appraisals, appraisals tell you the value of stats that you can't see. The attack power comes into play only in battle, if you have two Pokmon who's only difference is IV's (the appraisal values), then the Pokmon with the higher IV's would hit harder than than the one with lower IV's.

    Now, two Pokmon with stacking IV tiers, as in "is quite strong" to "can battle with the best of them," and differing attacks, the lower IV tier Pokmon could potentially hit harder than the higher IV tier Pokmon, if the lower IV tier Pokmon has stronger attacks and maxed IV's for that tier, and the higher IV tier Pokmon has weaker attacks and minimum IV's for that tier.
    I might be starting to understand a little about this. So if the attack power is lower that is not necessarily a bad thing. Actually that means that the Pokmon Can attack more frequently in battle. Right?
    I have always kept and powered up the Pokmon with higher attack numbers. They all take a long time to facilitate the attack, and that causes them to get hit without a chance to dodge.
    There is much more to this game than meets the eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron7624 View Post
    I might be starting to understand a little about this. So if the attack power is lower that is not necessarily a bad thing. Actually that means that the Pokmon Can attack more frequently in battle. Right?
    I have always kept and powered up the Pokmon with higher attack numbers. They all take a long time to facilitate the attack, and that causes them to get hit without a chance to dodge.
    There is much more to this game than meets the eye.
    Yes, give or take, the lower attack power of the charge will allow you to use it more frequently. This is why Vaporeon is popular, higher attack power on a charge move, plus a really quick charge time on the attack. It used to be more unbalanced when water gun had 40 attack power.
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    You have been a really big help to me and others. Thank you kind sir!
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    Pokmon GOs official Twitter account recently Tweeted, Trainers, did you know that Pokmon can now be discovered by viewing Gyms? New Pokmon are logged in your Pokdex!

    https://twitter.com/PokemonGoApp/sta...57675598245890

    Im not exactly understanding this. What it sounds like its saying is that simply by swiping through the list of Defenders at a particular gym, if I view a Pokmon that I dont currently have, he gets added to my Pokdex. But that seems too good to be true.

    How do you interpret that Tweet, @metllicamilitia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafagon View Post
    Pokmon GOs official Twitter account recently Tweeted, Trainers, did you know that Pokmon can now be discovered by viewing Gyms? New Pokmon are logged in your Pokdex!

    https://twitter.com/PokemonGoApp/sta...57675598245890

    Im not exactly understanding this. What it sounds like its saying is that simply by swiping through the list of Defenders at a particular gym, if I view a Pokmon that I dont currently have, he gets added to my Pokdex. But that seems too good to be true.

    How do you interpret that Tweet, @metllicamilitia?
    It sounds like it'll follow the cartridge games. It will count it as seen and not as caught, and therefore will not add the Pokdex data. The same way a Pokmon is added if you try to catch it and it runs or you run out of Pokball's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metllicamilitia View Post
    The attack power doesn't factor into appraisals, appraisals tell you the value of stats that you can't see. The attack power comes into play only in battle, if you have two Pokmon who's only difference is IV's (the appraisal values), then the Pokmon with the higher IV's would hit harder than than the one with lower IV's.
    While we’re on the subject, if I have a Bellsprout that has CP 675 that “is not likely to make much headway in battle, its best attribute is its Attack, and its stats are noticeably trending to the positive” and one with CP 295 that “has certainly caught the my [the team leader’s] attention, its best attribute is its Defense, and its stats exceed my [the team leader’s] calculations and it’s incredible!,” which one should I keep and which one should I Transfer? The higher CP one appears to have poorer IV values than the MUCH lower CP one.

    Is there a hard-and-fast answer to this or does the answer depend on what I plan to do with him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafagon View Post
    While were on the subject, if I have a Bellsprout that has CP 675 that is not likely to make much headway in battle, its best attribute is its Attack, and its stats are noticeably trending to the positive and one with CP 295 that has certainly caught the my [the team leaders] attention, its best attribute is its Defense, and its stats exceed my [the team leaders] calculations and its incredible!, which one should I keep and which one should I Transfer? The higher CP one appears to have poorer IV values than the MUCH lower CP one.

    Is there a hard-and-fast answer to this or does the answer depend on what I plan to do with him?
    It's definitely up to you. Yes the lower CP one has the higher IV's which means it'll hit harder at the CP level with the same attacks. With the defense being the highest stat, it'll be a little to take down than the one with the lower defense IV's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by metllicamilitia View Post
    It's definitely up to you. Yes the lower CP one has the higher IV's which means it'll hit harder at the CP level with the same attacks. With the defense being the highest stat, it'll be a little to take down than the one with the lower defense IV's.
    Thank you kindly for your continued assistance, Met. You’re a stand-up guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafagon View Post
    Hi metllicamilitia! I have never used the Pidgey Spam Calculator before (https://pokeassistant.com/main/pidgeyspam), but I plan to do so before my next mass evolution. My question is, when I input the number of Pidgeys that I have, should I count the Pidgeottos as Pidgeys? Or should those be calculated separately?

    Secondly, should I be Transferring the evolutions as I evolve? It appears that doing so grants more XP.

    Thank you so much for your continuing assistance. We are very lucky to have you around to help us!!
    For you Evolution junkies, like me, I should point out that the new animation duration is… well, uncertain, but should be roughly 15 - 18 seconds. This was the best answer I could find: on the Pokemon Go Reddit. One user pointed out that “if he recalls correctly, the old evolution animation time was 25 seconds (0.4 minutes)."

    I am preparing to do a mass evolution today, I will try to time the new animation duration and update this post accordingly.

    Update: I just finished a mass evolution. I can tell you that on an iPhone 6s Plus, the new duration of the evolution animation is 18.57 seconds. I would imagine YMMV slightly if you have a faster or slower phone.

    If you use a tool like Pok Assistant’s “Pidgey Spam Calculator,” then you will obviously need to make some adjustments to the calculations until such time as the site is updated to reflect the new duration (it still assumes a duration of 0.4 minutes per evolution, which is the old duration).
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    Mr. metllicamilitia:

    Today I joined a friendly gym. I officially became a Defender. Since it is level 10 after my joining, I assume it was level 9 before I joined.

    It took me 25-35 minutes. When I left, I had a backache from standing so long in the same place (I didnt see a place to sit down, and frankly, since the gym is in a somewhat secluded area, I felt safer standing the whole time in case I encountered danger (i.e. someone comming to mug me) so that I could run away without wasting valuable seconds standing up.

    So, my question is, does that sound about right? 25-35 minutes of fighting in order to join a friendly gym?

    Or does it sound like Im doing things very inefficiently (i.e. selecting the wrong type of Pokmon to fight the ones that are in place Defending the gym.

    And why was I fighting the same Pokmon multiple times? I was under the impresion that I only had to defeat each Defender Pokmon once to join the club.

    Thank you kindly for your time and continued help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafagon View Post
    Mr. metllicamilitia:

    Today I joined a friendly gym. I officially became a Defender. Since it is level 10 after my joining, I assume it was level 9 before I joined.

    It took me 25-35 minutes. When I left, I had a backache from standing so long in the same place (I didnt see a place to sit down, and frankly, since the gym is in a somewhat secluded area, I felt safer standing the whole time in case I encountered danger (i.e. someone comming to mug me) so that I could run away without wasting valuable seconds standing up.

    So, my question is, does that sound about right? 25-35 minutes of fighting in order to join a friendly gym?

    Or does it sound like Im doing things very inefficiently (i.e. selecting the wrong type of Pokmon to fight the ones that are in place Defending the gym.

    And why was I fighting the same Pokmon multiple times? I was under the impresion that I only had to defeat each Defender Pokmon once to join the club.

    Thank you kindly for your time and continued help.
    Close, you're training against friendly Pokmon in the gym adds prestige points to the gym if you defeat them. The more you defeat the more prestige points you earn. The level of the gym determines how many defending Pokmon the gym may have. As in a level 1 gym can have 1 Pokmon defending it and a level 10 gym can have 10. The time it takes to raise prestige points in the gym long enough to raise the level depends on what level the gym is at and all the Pokmon involved. It is also determined based off of whether your training while other trainers are battling. Defeating Pokmon in an opposing gyms lowers prestige points faster than training raises them. Each level up of a gym also requires more prestige points to raise it to the next level and I believe 10 is the highest level. So that's everything that's factored in gym battles and prestige points for the gym. I would expect to have to spend some time to raise a gym from level 9 to level 10. I hope this helps.
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    Thank you kindly, sir! And you have confirmed my suspicions that it’s less time-consuming to defeat an opposing gym than to join a friendly team as a Defender. I guess one advantage of joining a gym (and raising it to level 10) is that you can reasonably expect to remain stationed there a few days before an opposing team takes over. It’s not really in the most popular place in the city, so hopefully whoever does pass by and is potential opponent will see the “Level 10” status and that one of the defenders is a CP 2221 Snolax (not mine) will decide not to bother attempting to take us over. I myself stationed a CP 2173 Exeggutor. Although the “initiation" was time-consuming, it will hopefully have been worth it.
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    I figured instead of flooding the Pokmon Go page and Q&A page with Pokmon Go questions, you can ask me, I'll gladly answer any questions you may have.
    Should I power up or evolve another?
    At the beginning of the game, months ago, I had enough candies to evolve a Dragonite. Obviously I didn't know what I was doing yet because although the Dratini had great stats, "it can battle with the best of them" - it was a very low cp.
    So my question...
    Would it be worth it to power up a cp466 Dragonite? Mathematically feasible? I have 450k Stardust and I think it would take it all and some. It's move set is Dragon Breath and Hyper Beam so it would be a good one if brought up to the 2000 level but....
    Should I evolve another and hope for a good move set or power this one up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron7624 View Post
    Should I power up or evolve another?
    At the beginning of the game, months ago, I had enough candies to evolve a Dragonite. Obviously I didn't know what I was doing yet because although the Dratini had great stats, "it can battle with the best of them" - it was a very low cp.
    So my question...
    Would it be worth it to power up a cp466 Dragonite? Mathematically feasible? I have 450k Stardust and I think it would take it all and some. It's move set is Dragon Breath and Hyper Beam so it would be a good one if brought up to the 2000 level but....
    Should I evolve another and hope for a good move set or power this one up?
    It's really all person preference. The only way to really save stardust/candy is to catch or hatch a CP Dratini. Outside of that you're still going to use a lot of stardust/candy to level them up. Really the odds are stacked against you when trying to catch a CP Pokmon with high IV's.
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    It's really all person preference. The only way to really save stardust/candy is to catch or hatch a CP Dratini. Outside of that you're still going to use a lot of stardust/candy to level them up. Really the odds are stacked against you when trying to catch a CP Pokmon with high IV's.
    I'm still not sure what to do ... but I think you said it would be better to wait and power up a higher cp Dratini rather than power up the
    Dragonite with the low cp. Right?
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    I'm still not sure what to do ... but I think you said it would be better to wait and power up a higher cp Dratini rather than power up the
    Dragonite with the low cp. Right?
    More keep the one with the best IV's. The IV's are the hardest thing to get.
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    More keep the one with the best IV's. The IV's are the hardest thing to get.
    Cool. Thanks for that. I will power him up slowly over time and eventually have a beast!!
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    I figured instead of flooding the Pokmon Go page and Q&A page with Pokmon Go questions, you can ask me, I'll gladly answer any questions you may have.
    Quick question. Ive been a Defender at this gym for a few days now.

    Why is the prestige over the limit? 52000/50000? How did that happen, and can I increase it further? If so, how, and will it make it harder for opposite teams to take us over?

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    Quick question. Ive been a Defender at this gym for a few days now.

    Why is the prestige over the limit? 52000/50000? How did that happen, and can I increase it further? If so, how, and will it make it harder for opposite teams to take us over?

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    I can only speculate on this one unfortunately. My guess would be is that there is a top limit for prestige that is a little higher than the limit needed to increase the level. The only way to increase the prestige is by training, so if you go in and train and win some battles, you can see if the prestige raised any, though I believe there is some max limit. Yes, if you could continually raise prestige points it would indeed make it harder for the gym to defeated and taken over, however in the spirit of gym battles for Pokmon Go I believe there is that max limit and I also believe it's why you can decrease prestige faster than you can raise. That also encourages team efforts to either maintain coverage or make quick work of a takeover.
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    Mr. @metllicamilitia,

    I just had one of the most horrible experiences that can happen to a hard-core Pokmon player.

    I was dutifully evolving Pokmon during my 30-minute Lucky Egg period. Unfortunately, I had set an alarm to remind me to collect my Defender Bonus, and that alarm went off during that half hour. The smal notification bar appeared at the top of the screen and I was unable to dismiss it. I had to switch out of the Pokmon GO app and go into Clock and turn off the alarm.

    When I went to switch back to the Pokmon GO app, the app re-loadead from scratchas in, I saw the flash screen with the hot-air balloon! Why an iPhone 6s Plus with 2 gigs of RAM had to re-load the app from scratch is beyond me. When the apps main screen appeared, I did NOT see the small purple +xxxxx XP notfication.

    Now, judging from the progress bar on my level immediately below my Trainers and his buddys avatars, it is my belief that the XP was granted. However, I cannot be certain beyond a shadow of a doubt, since I did not make a record of my XP before and after the whole event. Next time I will know better.

    Surely Im not the first to have been evolving Pokmon with a Lucky Egg going when a Clock alarm interrupted the process.

    In your estimation, do you think the game is programmed well enough to know that it had to give me the XP despite the Clock alarm going off and interrupting?

    Thank you kindly for your time.

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    Mr. @metllicamilitia,

    I just had one of the most horrible experiences that can happen to a hard-core Pokmon player.

    I was dutifully evolving Pokmon during my 30-minute Lucky Egg period. Unfortunately, I had set an alarm to remind me to collect my Defender Bonus, and that alarm went off during that half hour. The smal notification bar appeared at the top of the screen and I was unable to dismiss it. I had to switch out of the Pokmon GO app and go into Clock and turn off the alarm.

    When I went to switch back to the Pokmon GO app, the app re-loadead from scratchas in, I saw the flash screen with the hot-air balloon! Why an iPhone 6s Plus with 2 gigs of RAM had to re-load the app from scratch is beyond me. When the apps main screen appeared, I did NOT see the small purple +xxxxx XP notfication.

    Now, judging from the progress bar on my level immediately below my Trainers and his buddys avatars, it is my belief that the XP was granted. However, I cannot be certain beyond a shadow of a doubt, since I did not make a record of my XP before and after the whole event. Next time I will know better.

    Surely Im not the first to have been evolving Pokmon with a Lucky Egg going when a Clock alarm interrupted the process.

    In your estimation, do you think the game is programmed well enough to know that it had to give me the XP despite the Clock alarm going off and interrupting?

    Thank you kindly for your time.

    Regards,

    Rafagon
    I had a similar situation happen to me, although it was with leveling up. I did receive everything I was supposed to, so I would assume that yes you did you receive the XP you had accrued up to that point.
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    Metllicamilita et. al.,

    Yesterday, I saw this, before I updated to version 1.15.0.

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    So it seemed like they activated it server-side. I was happy to receive that fairly generous 500 XP just for catching a Pokmon.

    Later on in the day, the 1.15.0 update went live, and, obviously, I updated the app.

    This afternoon, I went for my first PokStop spin and first Pokmon Catch of the Day and got nothing. So I wondered if perhaps I wasn’t seeing the bonus because perhaps I played until after midnight last night—and therefore my first PokStop and first Pokmon Catch of the Day weren’t really my first? But I checked my Trainer’s journal, and the last activity I logged last night was at 11:50 PM.

    So, to recap, I received the 500 XP “First Catch of the Day” bonus yesterday before updating the app, but after updating the app yesterday and making my first Pokmon Catch of the Day today, I got no bonus. This makes no sense ot me.

    The only thing I have noticed is a small cosmetic change to the fonts used throughout. Smaller fonts, all caps…

    Are you experiencing similar issues with this “First Catch of the Day” bonus? Could the brand new feature be buggy already? Nothing related to this is mentioned in the game’s Known Issues site.

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    Lastly, what about these screens? “1 DAY STREAK” and the dots and what-not? I have yet to see them. Perhaps they were just mockups that never made it to the final release?

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    Maybe I should contact Niantic directly to find out what the heck is going on?

    They’re supposed to be trying to get people interested in the game again, but this latest update sure is off to a crappy start—for me, anyways.
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    Metllicamilita et. al.,

    Yesterday, I saw this, before I updated to version 1.15.0.

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    So it seemed like they activated it server-side. I was happy to receive that fairly generous 500 XP just for catching a Pokmon.

    Later on in the day, the 1.15.0 update went live, and, obviously, I updated the app.

    This afternoon, I went for my first PokStop spin and first Pokmon Catch of the Day and got nothing. So I wondered if perhaps I wasnt seeing the bonus because perhaps I played until after midnight last nightand therefore my first PokStop and first Pokmon Catch of the Day werent really my first? But I checked my Trainers journal, and the last activity I logged last night was at 11:50 PM.

    So, to recap, I received the 500 XP First Catch of the Day bonus yesterday before updating the app, but after updating the app yesterday and making my first Pokmon Catch of the Day today, I got no bonus. This makes no sense ot me.

    The only thing I have noticed is a small cosmetic change to the fonts used throughout. Smaller fonts, all caps

    Are you experiencing similar issues with this First Catch of the Day bonus? Could the brand new feature be buggy already? Nothing related to this is mentioned in the games Known Issues site.

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    Lastly, what about these screens? 1 DAY STREAK and the dots and what-not? I have yet to see them. Perhaps they were just mockups that never made it to the final release?

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    Maybe I should contact Niantic directly to find out what the heck is going on?

    Theyre supposed to be trying to get people interested in the game again, but this latest update sure is off to a crappy startfor me, anyways.
    I have not caught a Pokmon today yet so I'm unsure about the continuing bonus, and I haven't the streak screen either. The dots though correlate to the number of days in the week you've caught Pokmon or visited PokStop's.
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    I have not caught a Pokmon today yet so I'm unsure about the continuing bonus, and I haven't the streak screen either. The dots though correlate to the number of days in the week you've caught Pokmon or visited PokStop's.
    Thank you kindly for your prompt reply.

    I figured that’s how the dots work—now if only Niantic would get them to actually show up, we’d be in business.

    I’ll report back after I try it tomorrow. Hopefully I’ll have better results.
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