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 Section 2: Breeding Information

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PostSubject: Section 2: Breeding Information   Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:02 pm

SECTION TWO: Breeding Information

If you put two compatible Pokémon in the Day Care, the Day Care man will offer you an egg after you walk or ride for a while.
Day Care Breeding Centre Locations

The locations of the Day Care breeding centre in each game are the following:

* FRLG: Four Island (after beating the Elite Four)
* RSE: Route 117
* DP: Solaceon Town

The Species of the Baby

The Pokémon that will hatch from the egg will be at Level 5 (Level 1 in DP) and of the first evolution step of the mother's species, unless one of the following occurs:

* If one of the parents is Ditto, then the offspring's species is the other parent's first evolution step.
* If the mother is Nidoran-F, then the offspring will either be Nidoran-M or Nidoran-F, since they are treated as the same species.
* If the mother is Illumise, then the offspring wll either be Volbeat or Illumise, since they are treated as the same species.
* A Marill or Azumarill's offspring will be Marill unless one of the parents is holding the item Sea Incense, in which case the baby will be Azurill.
* A Wobbuffet's offspring will be Wobbuffet unless one of the parents is holding the item Lax Incense, in which case the baby will be Wynaut.
* A Roselia or Roserade's offspring will be Roselia unless one of the parents is holding the item Rose Incense, in which case the baby will be Budew.
* A Chimecho's offspring will be Chimecho unless one of the parents is holding the item Pure Incense, in which case the baby will be Chingling.
* A Sudowoodo's offspring will be Sudowoodo unless one of the parents is holding the item Rock Incense, in which case the baby will be Bonsly.
* A Mr.Mime's offspring will be Mr.Mime unless one of the parents is holding the item Odd Incense, in which case the baby will be Mime Jr..
* A Chansey or Blissey's offspring will be Chansey unless one of the parents is holding the item Luck Incense, in which case the baby will be Happiny.
* A Mantine's offspring will be Mantine unless one of the parents is holding the item Wave Incense, in which case the baby will be Mantyke.
* A Snorlax's offspring will be Snorlax unless one of the parents is holding the item Full Incense, in which case the baby will be Munchlax.
* A Manaphy's offspring will be Phione, but Phione is itself a final evolution stage Pokémon.

Breedability

All Pokémon except the following can produce eggs (breed):

First stage evolution Pokemon that cannot breed:
Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Elekid, Magby, Smoochum, Tyrogue, Wynaut, Azurill, Happiny, Mime Jr., Munchlax, Bonsly, Mantyke, Chingling, Budew, Riolu
Second stage evolution Pokemon that cannot breed:
Nidorina
Final stage evolution, non-legendary, Pokemon that cannot breed:
Nidoqueen, Unown
Legendary Pokemon that cannot breed:
Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos, Mewtwo, Mew, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Regirock, Registeel, Regice, Latias, Latios, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys, Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf, Dialga, Palkia, Heatran, Regigigas, Giratina, Cresselia, Darkrai, Shaymin, Arceus

In addition to this, breeding a Ditto with another Ditto won't produce a Ditto egg.
Breeding Compatibility

Only Pokémon from the same group can breed. The final forms of the Pokémon are listed in alphabetical order, since all evolved Pokémon forms can breed except Nidorina and Nidoqueen.

The Monster Group:
Abomasnow, Aggron, Ampharos, Bastiodon, Blastoise, Charizard, Exploud, Feraligatr, Garchomp, Kangaskhan, Lapras, Lickylicky, Marowak, Meganium, Nidoking, Nidoran-F, Rampardos, Rhyperior, Sceptile, Slowbro, Slowking, Snorlax, Swampert, Torterra, Tropius, Tyranitar, Venusaur
The Dragon Group:
Altaria, Arbok, Charizard, Dragonite, Garchomp, Gyarados, Kingdra, Milotic, Salamence, Sceptile, Seviper
The Ground Group:
Absol, Ambipom, Ampharos, Arbok, Arcanine, Bibarel, Blaziken, Buizel, Camerupt, Delcatty, Delibird, Dewgong, Donphan, Dugtrio, Dunsparce, Empoleon, Espeon, Exploud, Farfetch'd, Flareon, Furret, Girafarig, Glaceon, Golduck, Granbull, Grumpig, Hippowdon, Houndoom, Infernape, Jolteon, Kecleon, Leafeon, Linoone, Lopunny, Lucario, Luxray, Mamoswine, Manectric, Mawile, Mightyena, Miltank, Nidoking, Nidoran?, Ninetales, Pachirisu, Persian, Primeape, Purugly, Quagsire, Raichu, Rapidash, Raticate, Rhyperior, Sandslash, Seviper, Shiftry, Skuntank, Slaking, Smeargle, Spinda, Stantler, Tauros, Torkoal, Typhlosion, Umbreon, Ursaring, Vaporeon, Wailord, Walrein, Weavile, Zangoose
Water Group 1:
Azumarill, Bibarel, Blastoise, Buizel, Corsola, Crawdaunt, Delibird, Dewgong, Dragonite, Empoleon, Feraligatr, Gastrodon, Golduck, Gorebyss, Huntail, Kabutops, Kingdra, Lapras, Ludicolo, Mantine, Masquerain, Milotic, Octillery, Omastar, Pelipper, Politoed, Poliwrath, Quagsire, Relicanth, Slowbro, Slowking, Swampert, Walrein
Water Group 2:
Gyarados, Lanturn, Lumineon, Luvdisc, Octillery, Qwilfish, Relicanth, Seaking, Sharpedo, Wailord, Whiscash
Water Group 3:
Armaldo, Cloyster, Corsola, Cradily, Crawdaunt, Drapion, Kabutops, Kingler, Omastar, Tentacruel
The Flying Group:
Aerodactyl, Altaria, Chatot, Crobat, Dodrio, Farfetch'd, Fearow, Honchkrow, Noctowl, Pelipper, Pidgeot, Skarmory, Staraptor, Swellow, Togekiss, Xatu
The Bug Group:
Ariados, Beautifly, Beedrill, Butterfree, Drapion, Dustox, Flygon, Forretress, Gliscor, Heracross, Illumise, Kricketune, Ledian, Masquerain, Mothim, Ninjask, Parasect, Pinsir, Scizor, Scyther, Shuckle, Venomoth, Vespiquen, Volbeat, Wormadam, Yanmega
The Plant Group:
Abomasnow, Bellossom, Breloom, Cacturne, Carnivine, Cherrim, Exeggutor, Jumpluff, Ludicolo, Meganium, Parasect, Roserade, Shiftry, Sunflora, Tangrowth, Torterra, Tropius, Venusaur, Victreebel, Vileplume
The Fairy Group:
Azumarill, Blissey, Breloom, Castform, Cherrim, Clefable, Delcatty, Froslass, Glalie, Granbull, Jumpluff, Mawile, Minun, Pachirisu, Plusle, Raichu, Roserade, Togekiss, Wigglytuff
The Humanshape Group:
Alakazam, Cacturne, Electivire, Hariyama, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Hitmontop, Hypno, Illumise, Infernape, Jynx, Lopunny, Lucario, Machamp, Magmortar, Medicham, Mr. Mime, Sableye, Spinda, Toxicroak, Volbeat
The Indeterminate Group:
Banette, Castform, Chimecho, Drifblim, Dusknoir, Gallade, Gardevoir, Gastrodon, Gengar, Magcargo, Mismagius, Muk, Spiritomb, Swalot, Weezing, Wobbuffet
The Mineral Group:
Froslass, Glalie, Golem, Probopass, Steelix, Sudowoodo
The Genderless Group (can only breed with Ditto):
Bronzong, Claydol, Electrode, Lunatone, Magnezone, Manaphy, Metagross, Porygon-Z, Rotom, Shedinja, Solrock, Starmie

In addition, Ditto can breed with any Pokémon that can breed except another Ditto.

The Day Care man can also tell you whether two Pokemon can breed together or not. After you deposit two Pokémon in the Day Care, you can speak to the Day Care man. He will tell you:

“Ah, it's you! Your (Parent A) and (Parent B) are doing fine.”

The man then tells you one of the following four phrases:

"The two prefer to play with other Pokémon than each other."
This means one of the following four cases:

* One or both parents cannot breed.
* They are from different egg groups.
* You are breeding a genderless Pokémon with a Pokémon that is not Ditto.
* You a breeding a male Pokémon with another male Pokémon, or a female Pokémon with another female Pokémon.

In this case, the two Pokémon will never breed.
"They don't seem to like each other much."
This means that the Pokémon being bred are different but have the same trainer IDs. They have a low chance of breeding, but they will eventually breed, so don’t give up.
"The two seem to get along."
This means either that the Pokémon being bred are the same Pokémon and have the same trainer IDs, or that they are different Pokémon having different trainer IDs. They have a moderate chance of breeding.
"The two seem to get along very well."
This means that the Pokémon being bred are the same Pokémon having different trainer IDs. They have a high chance of breeding.

Note: By “same Pokémon” is meant two Pokémon of the same species and the same evolution form, for example Bagon + Bagon, Chimchar + Chimchar, etc. By “different Pokémon” is meant two different species of Pokémon or two Pokémon of different evolution forms, for example Kingdra + Bagon or Bagon + Salamence.
Breeding Roads

This is where you'll spend most of your time while you breed and hatch.

In Emerald, there is a nice road 134 steps long, ranging from the Battle Tent Sign in Verdanturf Town to the boulder on the shore of Route 118, where you can ride your bike on while waiting for the egg to hatch. The distance from the Day Care man standing in front of his fence to the left hand side of the end of the route is 66 steps. The distance between him and the right end of the route is 70 steps.

In Diamond and Pearl, there is a road connecting Route 210 (north of Solaceon Town) and Route 209 (south of SolaceonTown) where you can bike through it back and forth while you're breeding. This road is 123 steps long. The distance from the Day Care man standing in front of the day care to the top of Route 210 is 64 steps. The distance between him and the bottom of Route 209 is 71 steps.
IV Chains

An IV chain is a chain of parents with which you get your Pokémon with the IVs you want.

For example, an IV chain to get a Duskull with a perfect HP IV, a perfect Defense IV and a perfect Special Defense IV could be the following:

1. First, breed a Duskull with any IVs with a Ditto with a perfect 31 IV in HP, until you get a Duskull with a 31 HP IV.
2. Next, breed this Duskull with a Ditto with a perfect 31 Defense IV, until you get a Duskull with a 31 IV in HP and in Defense.
3. Finally, breed this Duskull with a Ditto with a perfect 31 Special Defense IV, until you get a Duskull with a 31 IV in HP, Defense and Special Defense.

This can be represented as follows:

Duskull x/x/x/x/x/x + Ditto 31/x/x/x/x/x = Duskull 31/x/x/x/x/x
Duskull 31/x/x/x/x/x + Ditto x/x/31/x/x/x = Duskull 31/x/31/x/x/x
Duskull 31/x/31/x/x/x + Ditto x/x/x/x/31/x = Duskull 31/x/31/x/31/x

Some IV chains provide a bigger probability of getting the IVs you want than others, which means that you get the Pokémon you want quicker if you use them. If you want to breed for your perfect IV Pokémon, then, you’ll need a chart to see all the probabilities at a glance. This is what Part III of this guide provides. You might also want to use an IV chain in order to breed for your perfect Hidden Power type and base power, in which case, Part IV of this guide provides the details to do just that.

Let's give an example of a small IV chain here. Suppose you want to breed for a Jolly Garchomp, having a perfect IV in Attack and Speed. You first breed a Gible with a 31 Attack IV Ditto, until you get a Gible with 31 Attack IV. (According to the applet and/or Part III of the guide, this should happen among the first 4 eggs.) Then you breed this Gible with a 31 Speed IV Jolly Ditto holding Everstone, until you get a Gible with 31 IV in both Speed and Attack. (This happens in one in 17 eggs according to the applet and Part III. So, to get a Jolly Gible, you’ll need 17x2 = 34 eggs on average.) So, after breeding an average of only 38 eggs, you have the Gible you want.

This is illustrated by the following IV chain:

Gible x/x/x/x/x/x + Ditto x/31/x/x/x/x = Gible x/31/x/x/x/x (4 eggs average)
Gible x/31/x/x/x/x + Jolly Ditto x/x/x/x/x/31 holding Everstone = Jolly Gible x/31/x/x/x/31
(34 eggs average)

Note that if you do it in reverse (first getting the 31 Speed IV and then getting the 31 Attack IV and the Jolly nature), you need to breed the same number of eggs on average in this case.
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