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Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:59 am
by Rayorus
With the 22nd March, 2019 update, the limit of exp has changed drastically!

" Exp limit on pokemon raised to 100 mil. The exp received in battle however will be halfed every 25 mil. "

The calculators were designed for 25,000,000 limit of experience, therefore they will be difficult to use in wanting exact experience after that exp reach.

1."Which moves are the best?"

The attackdex is a useful page to find about all the moves available in DelugeRPG.

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You can narrow down the parameters by selecting a type tab at the top of the page and if wanting to look at, for example, the most powerful moves without having to select each type tab, you can select one of these tabs in the column heading.

When wanting to find the common weaknesses of an opponents team, it's good to acknowledge which type is weak to another, vice versa. Use this Type Chart to learn the strengths and weaknesses of each type.

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You can use the pokedex to look for specific pokemon and find about their weaknesses!

2. "Who is the easiest trainer to beat?"

Regarding who is the easiest trainer, you should always be battling Ultimate Trainers as they give out the most experience in battle. *NOTE* Ultimate trainer's pokemon class & stats change everyday! Upon completing your battle, your level 100 pokemon will earn 33,145 exp, if you happen to use 2 level 100 pokemon, the exp is then cut in half, to 16,573.

If you are using a pokemon without Image, i highly recommend battling VIP Trainers. They are much easier to battle against but the exp is lower. 1 level 100 pokemon against a VIP Trainer with 4 pokemon will grant you 15,025 exp, a VIP Trainer with 5 pokemon grants you 18,782 exp and a VIP Trainer with 6 pokemon earns you 22,539 exp.

3. "What pokemon do i use?"

Now trying to find which pokemon to use, is all down to you, but the "best" pokemon to consider training are Chrome class, mainly due to their bigger health boost than all other classes. Take into consideration, if you are wanting to train your favourite pokemon, but lets say it's a Normal class, it will be more frequent that your pokemon will faint.

Training high experience is a grind, so don't worry if you don't make insane numbers in 1 hour, train at your own pace so you don't burn yourself out. Might also be helpful to know the limit of experience a pokemon can reach is 100,000,000!

4."Exact Experience."

If you are wanting to make "Exact exp", for example: 1,000,000 or 5,555,555. Use this thread for guidelines.

Also, using these calculator's might help you! https://simplecalc.github.io/expcalc/ & https://psyduck.pkmn.pw/expcalc/

Thanks to Yuzuriha, Tolga & d1g1t for creating the Exp chart and calculator's!

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:16 pm
by dragohunter
thanks for making this thread.its really a lot of help for me :D

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:04 pm
by Rayorus
dragohunter wrote:thanks for making this thread.its really a lot of help for me :D
You are welcome. :-)

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 12:07 am
by iankyles
Is there a pattern when Ultimate Trainers select which Pokemon they're going to use in the Battle? Cause I tried once and instead of using the first Pokemon that Trainer N had, he used the other Pokemon, then when I changed my Pokemon, he also changed his. Is there a pattern?

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 11:39 am
by Rayorus
iankyles wrote:Is there a pattern when Ultimate Trainers select which Pokemon they're going to use in the Battle? Cause I tried once and instead of using the first Pokemon that Trainer N had, he used the other Pokemon, then when I changed my Pokemon, he also changed his. Is there a pattern?
Don't quote me on this, but i believe the Trainers are coded to use the Pokemon that has the strongest move against your Pokemon. For example, if i used a Weavile, the trainer will most likely send out a Pokemon that might have Focus Punch, which Weavile is x4 weak to. Hope this answers your question.

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Thu Aug 11, 2016 8:08 am
by Rayorus
Guide has been updated with the latest changes in full effect. You can always find me in the unofficial chatroom under the nickname "Axew" if you have any questions.

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 4:48 pm
by mr_perfect123
oh axew thanks for making this theard:D

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Wed Sep 28, 2016 6:46 pm
by Rayorus
mr_perfect123 wrote:oh axew thanks for making this theard:D
No problem, hope it helps you.

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Thu Mar 23, 2017 5:10 pm
by Silver
Hey this is a really great thread! I will definitely use this in the future, my past ways were all homemade. When I went to go grind a poke's levels/xp, I used a simple chart that I can open in my photos window behind deluge. I reference it whenever I forget dumb stats like how fairy is effective against dragon or something.(https://goo.gl/GYpXGd)
I also get really lazy sometimes, and if you're like me, use pokemondb.net/move/type/-insert type and it takes me to a website where you can see the best damage dealing attacks. Granted these attacks will probably cost over 30k and up to 60k on a poke if they do over 100 damage, but sometimes my lethargic attitude takes over and I give in.
I am NOT an expert by all means.
Thanks for helping out users so much! Love this website.

Re: Guide: How to make your own High Exp

Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 10:40 am
by AnshumanC
nice one