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The Pokemon Rater

The following tool will help you learn your Pokemon's Individual Values (IV's)!
This calculator is simplified version of the talented /u/__isitin__'s work. (Check it out!).


Select Your Species »

Click the image to select your pokemon!

Step 1: Enter the Following:

Your Trainer Level: 5wild pokemon are ≤ trainer's level
Total XP: 10000

Step 2: Position The CP Arc

CP 100-118

(Ranked 140 at %)

Bulbasaur

HP 30-38

(Ranked 140 at %)

Click/tap the image or move the slider to change Pokemon

Slide The Arc Into Position

ESTIMATED POKEMON LEVEL: 5

ECpM: 0.2902499

Let's Double Check Your Slider Position!

Check that your slider is in the right position! Are these your next Power-Up's candy & stardust cost?
If not, adjust the slider above!:

Needed for Power Up
(increases 0.5 levels)
600
Stardust
1
Candy

Step 3: Enter the Following:

Pokemon CP: 5100 - 118 for this level

Pokemon HP: 5100 - 118 for this level

What are IV's?

Each Pokemon in the game is unique. Not only does each distinct species have "base" stats for attack, defence, and stamina, but each individual Pokemon has additional unique values for those three stats. These are called 'Individual Values' or IV's and range from 0-15 for each stat.

How Important are IV's?

IVs are not as impactful in GO as in the main series games. But they can make up to a 10% difference in attack, defence, or stamina.

How Do I Know My Pokemon's IV's?

IVs are not publicly visible in Pokemon GO. But the stamina IV can be determined, and the combined attack+defense can be determined. (Individual attack and defense IVs are only knowable through ToS-breaking activities.)

Simply input the information requested into this tool. Be exact!.

How do I get the correct Arc Position?

Make sure the Candy/Stardust requirements show the correct Power-Up requirement to ensure you're on the correct arc position!

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