18 Mart 2017 Cumartesi

Some notes on BSTs of starters, and others

Shared BSTs:
  1. 528: Gen V
  2. 530: Gen VII
Others:
  1. 535: Swampert
  2. 534: Charizard, Typhlosion, Infernape, Delphox
  3. 530: Remaining
  4. 525: Venusaur, Meganium, Torterra
 The last generation to have lower than 530 BSTs was Gen V. While 528 hasn't be reused extensively like 530 was, it is unlikely to see a return to that.

Looking at this, it seems we won't see anything around or below 530 after this generation. Reaching to 535 will likely take about 4 generations, and 540 will likely take 10 generations. So until 30 years we will remain in the 540 barrier.

Neat.

For higher than 540 BSTs:

Gen I: 555

Gen II: N/A, 540 with Kingdra and Blissey

Gen III: 670

Gen IV: 545

Gen V: 567, 550

Gen VI: 552, 551, Megas

Gen VII: 570, 620

Next generation might see another 555 BST species, and something like this can be seen:

  1. Gen 8: 555
  2. Gen 9: 575
  3. Gen 10: 560
  4. Gen 11: 580
  5. Gen 12: 565
  6. Gen 13: 585
  7. Gen 14: 570
  8. Gen 15: 590
  9. Gen 16: 575
  10. Gen 17: 595
  11. Gen 18: 580
  12. Gen 20: 600
  13. Gen 21: 585
  14. Gen 22: 605
  15. Gen 23: 590
  16. Gen 24: 610
  17. Gen 25: 595
  18. Gen 26: 615
  19. Gen 27: 600
  20. Gen 28: 620
Edit (03.06.2017): It seems that starters, like most of the third stage Pokémon, cannot go beyond 129. Currently the highest single stat is 126, Primarina's Special Attack. After that comes Emboar's Attack(123), Greninja's Speed (122), Chesnaught's Defense (122). Lowest possible stat belongs to Torterra's Speed, 56. The second lowest stat is 60, which is the Speed of Primarina, Incineroar, Swampert and Empoleon.

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