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How to get PS PE in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple

Increase the XP of the HP in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple is a priority for many players.

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XP is often a determining factor in each player’s journey, as it will make the difference between a mediocre Pokemon and one that has reached its full potential. However, many players don’t know where to start working on their Pokemon’s stats.

In this article we will teach you everything you need to know to improve the PS of PS in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple.

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What are PE’s? Pokemon Scarlet and Purple?

The Effort Points, abbreviated as PE, are part of the complex system of individual statistics that each Pokemon can have. These affect his combat performances, specifically when it comes to boosting Health, Attack, Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed.

The Effort Points they are basically achieved by defeating Pokemon in battles. But the most interesting thing about this topic is that different species grant more or less XP than others in certain stats. Each Pokemon can give between 1 and 3 points, either to the same stat or distributed among several.

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If you want to get PE in Pokemon Sword and Shield to power up your Pokemon to the max, you’ll want to know how to “farm” each stat.

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How to earn XP from PS in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple

If you want to improve your PS of PS in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple you will need to start fighting certain Pokemon.

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The Effort Points they are earned in combat, but not against other trainers online. You can only do this by fighting against wild Pokemon or machine trainers.

When it comes to specifically buffing your Pokemon’s HP or Health, you’ll want to give it the Heavy Weight during battle. This item will give your Pokemon 8 extra HP effort points when defeating an enemy, in addition to the points it would normally get. You can find the Strong Prey in all the Delibazar of Paldea.

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Also there are some pokemon in particular that they will reward you with XP in the HP when they are defeated. These are the following (and their evolutions) in alphabetical order:

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  • alomomola
  • Barboach
  • cetoddle
  • Chansey
  • Foongus
  • Dondozo
  • Drifloon
  • dunsparce
  • jigglypuff
  • lechonk
  • Makuhita
  • Marill
  • shellos
  • Skiddo
  • Skwovet
  • tadbulb
  • tropius
  • Wooper

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Where to find pokemon to farm Effort Points in PS?

To improve your efficiency with HP XP in Pokemon Scarlet and Purple you’ll want to go for the Pokemon that give the most points (and that can be found nearby). These are usually the Pokemon that stand out for their HP stats.

Azumarill and Dondozo will give you 3 HP effort points, while Marill will give you 2. This is relevant because all three of these Pokemon can be found in and around Lake Cazola, especially to the south. Azumarill even appears as the boss of Teraincursion, while Dodonzo constantly appears in the waters. You can also make snacks that increase your chances of encountering Fairy-type Pokemon.

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You can get up to 11 effort points if you are using the heavy weight. Taking into account that the maximum XP is 252, you will only need about 25 fights against these mentioned Pokemon to reach the maximum possible PS according to the IVs of your Pokemon.

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Note that these values ​​have traditionally been hidden, making it difficult to track your progress. The ideal strategy is to keep track of your fights to have an approximate number of points you lack.

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