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Are there other Ev braces like the macho brace to speed up sp atk evs or speed evs? And if so where do I get them?

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Yah
Nimbasa/Battle Subway, you're gonna need to save some BP for the items though

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Don't think you understand how Macho Brace works. I recommend the serebii article on effort values. The info is probably in the sticky and on the other info sites as well.

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they're 16 bp each in battle subway. they all lower speed and add +4 EVs in the stat the corresponding stat. ( you still obviously have to battle a pokemon that offers said stat upon fainting)
Macho Brace lowers speed and doubles evs gained from battling any pokemon.

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So if I attach the brace to my emboar and go kill a lvl 2 patrat then I get 5 Ev points? Only like 2 exp so then I essentially don't have to worry about leveling up and lose any speed right?

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the lost speed is a temporary penalty like lagging tail would be. once removed no negative effects remain
with a macho brace a patrat would yield - 1 atk exp x 2= 2 atk exp
with a specific ev item (power Bracer in this case) it would be 1 atk exp + 4 = 5 atk exp

so yes, go to battle subway and get the actual ev items, they're superior to macho brace. also get pokerus, it multiplies stat exp by 2

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Is the pokerus in the battle subway as well?

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no, you'll have to get someone to trade it to you, I would but my campus internet is not WEP and won't allow the DS to connect. Most people give it away for free though - check the trading boards. Once you have it, make sure an infected pokemon is in the box every night during the moment when the clock moves from 23:59 to 00:00 - as this is when pokemon outside the box get cured from it. to spread pokerus, complete battles with the infected pokemon among those wishing to obtain pokerus.

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Thanks for the help. I'm gonna start the battle subway now

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Macho Brace Effect and How to Get It

Macho Brace is an EV-Training Item used to raise any EVs of a Pokemon in Pokemon Sword and Shield, Isle of Armor, and the Crown Tundra DLC. Read on to learn more about this item's effects, how to get it, and how to use it when training competitive Pokemon.

Macho Brace ImageMacho Brace
EffectAn item to be held by a Pokémon. This stiff, heavy brace helps Pokémon grow strong but cuts Speed in battle.

Wild Pokemon give specific EV when defeated. Pokemon who hold Macho Brace will get double the EVfor each wild Pokemon defeated.

Learn more about EVs and training through our guide!
How to EV Train Fast and Reset EVs

BP Shop
You can exchange 10 BP to get Macho Brace in BP Shops in Hammerlocke and Wyndon.

List of All Training Items

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Pokémon Sword and Shield offers a lot of ways to EV train your Pokémon.

EVs, or effort values, are bonus stats Pokémon gain through various methods. These can add a hefty amount of stat points to your Pokémon, so if you’re interested in taking on the Battle Tower or participating in competitive online battles, you’ll likely want to EV train your Pokémon to make sure they pack the biggest punch.

Before you start EV training, note you can only give one Pokémon 510 EVs. Four EVs is equal to one stat point. Most Pokémon want two stats at max EVs (252) and one stat with the remaining EVs, with some competitive builds splitting it up in different ways.

For example, for Togekiss, you’ll likely want to beef up its speed and and special attack, while dumping the rest in defense, for an offensive build. A more defensive build might have you maxing out speed and HP instead.

The highest amount of EVs you can have in one stat is technically 255, but since the game calculates EVs by multiples of four, having 252 is the same thing. This way you can put the extra EVs in another stat.

EV training using wild Pokémon

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Defeating a specific Pokémon will yield one EV for a certain stat. This is the slowest way to raise EVs, but it’ll get the job done.

Knocking out the following Pokémon will reward one EV in the following stats:

  • Skwovet: HP
  • Chewtle: attack
  • Gastly: special attack
  • Rolycoly: defense
  • Gossifleur: special defense
  • Rookidee: speed

There are many more Pokémon that give EVs, but these are some early Pokémon that are easy to find.

EV training using items

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Vitamins raise each EV by 10. While this seems easy, vitamins are pretty expensive. They’re 10,000 Poké Dollars each and can be found in the main Pokémon Center in Wyndon. They’re also available for 2 Battle Points each in the central Hammerlocke Pokémon Center.

They raise the following stats:

  • HP Up: HP
  • Protein: attack
  • Calcium: special attack
  • Iron: defense
  • Zinc: special defense
  • Carbos: speed

There are also Wings, which you can find on the ground as sparkling objects on the bridges on Route 5 and in the Motosoke Outskirts. They raise one EV each and boost the following stats:

  • Health Wing: HP
  • Muscle Wing: attack
  • Genius Wing: special attack
  • Resist Wing: defense
  • Clever Wing: special defense
  • Swift Wing: speed

EV training using jobs

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Once you get to Hammerlocke, you’ll unlock a new set of Poké Jobs that let you send your Pokémon off to get EV trained. The longer you send them off for, the more EVs they’ll gain.

For every hour your Pokémon is doing a job, you get 4 EVs. The game will not specifically tell you how much time you’re sending your Pokémon away, instead prompting you to send them to work for a “short” time or a “very long” time, but here’s a translation of what that all means:

  • A little while: 1 hour (4 EVs)
  • Very short: 2 hours (8 EVs)
  • Short: 3 hours (12 EVs)
  • Long: 4 hours (16 EVs)
  • Very long: 8 hours (32 EVs)
  • Half day: 12 hours (48 EVs)
  • Whole day: 24 hours (96 EVs)

Lowering EVs

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If you accidentally raised the wrong stat and want to get rid of EVs, the only way to do this is using specific berries.

Feeding your Pokémon the following berries will lower the stat’s EV by 10 and increase your Pokémon’s happiness:

  • Pomeg Berry: lowers HP
  • Kelpsy Berry: lowers attack
  • Hondew Berry: lowers special attack
  • Qualot Berry: lowers defense
  • Grepa Berry: lowers special defense
  • Tamato Berry: lowers speed

Boosting EV gain

There are two things that can help your Pokémon gain EVs: Pokérus and hold items.

Pokérus is a rare “disease” your Pokémon can get randomly. While sounding scary, Pokérus actually doubles the EV gain, so it’s great for EV training. Once your Pokémon has the virus, it will keep the benefits of it forever, but only be contagious for a couple of days before they’re “cured.” To pass Pokérus around, just go battle and it will spread around in your party.

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You can also give your Pokémon specific hold items to boost EV gain. The Macho Brace, which is buyable from the central Hammerlocke Pokémon Center for 10 BP each, will double EV gains from battles and jobs.

The power items will give eight extra EVs per event. If you do a one hour Poké Job, the Pokémon holding the item will gain 12 EVs instead of four EVs. In exchange, the power item will half your Pokémon’s speed stat while it has it equipped. The power items are also buyable for 10 BP each in Hammerlocke.

The power items raise the following stats:

  • Power Weight: HP
  • Power Bracer: attack
  • Power Lens: special attack
  • Power Belt: defense
  • Power Band: special defense
  • Power Anklet: speed
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EV-enhancing items are items which enhance the EVs gained when a Pokémon is defeated. All of them halve the Speed of the Pokémon holding them in battle while they are being held.

These items' effects are doubled by the effect of Pokérus. For example, if a Chikorita with Pokérus that holds a Power LensPower Lens defeats a Haunter, that Chikorita would gain 12 EV points in Special Attack. Two would be from defeating the Haunter, four would come from the Power Lens, and the remaining six would be from the Pokérus's doubling effect. However, a Pokémon holding the Exp. ShareExp. Share will not gain any of these boosts, and unless already infected with Pokérus, will only receive the base EV yield of the defeated Pokémon. In Generation VI, the Exp. Share was made into a Key Item, meaning that Pokémon who receive experience from the Exp. Share can also take advantage of any held EV-enhancing items.

From HeartGold and SoulSilver onward, if they are held by either parent in the Pokémon Day Care, that parent passes down its IV in that respective stat; HP for Power Weight, Attack for Power Bracer, and so on.

List of EV-enhancing items

Item Debut Effect
Macho BraceMacho Brace III Doubles any EVs the Pokémon holding it gets, but halves its Speed in battle. Stacks with Pokérus
Power WeightPower Weight IV Promotes HP gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 HP EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
Power BracerPower Bracer IV Promotes Attack gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Attack EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
Power BeltPower Belt IV Promotes Defense gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Defense EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
Power LensPower Lens IV Promotes Special Attack gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Special Attack EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
Power BandPower Band IV Promotes Special Defense gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Special Defense EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
Power AnkletPower Anklet IV Promotes Speed gain on level up, but halves Speed stat in battle. Adds 4 Speed EVs whenever experience is gained in battle, regardless of the Pokémon fought. Its effect is doubled by Pokérus
 
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Macho Brace

The Macho Brace (Japanese: きょうせいギプスCoercive Cast) is a held item introduced in Generation III. It doubles all effort values gained by the holder during a battle. It is an unobtainable held item in Generation VII.

In the core series games

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Effect

Doubles any effort values that are obtained by the Pokémon holding it during a battle. Stacks with Pokérus. It does not affect effort values gained from vitamins.

The Speed stat of the Pokémon holding this item is halved during battle.

Description

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RSEA hold item that promotes growth, but it reduces Speed.
FRLGAn item to be held by a Pokémon. It promotes strong growth but lowers Speed while it is held.
Colo.XDA hold item that promotes growth, but reduces Speed.
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BWB2W2
An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a stiff and heavy brace that promotes strong growth but lowers Speed.
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An item to be held by a Pokémon. This stiff, heavy brace helps Pokémon grow strong but cuts Speed in battle.

Acquisition

In the anime

A Macho Brace in the anime

In Under the Pledging Tree!, a set of Macho Braces was one of the items offered to Ash by a market vendor in Coumarine City after Ash had wondered out loud what presents he should buy for an upcoming festival.

Trivia

In other languages

External links

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This is a page on Training Items, aka EV-Enhancing Items, in Pokemon Sword and Shield. If you would like to know what Training Items do and where they can be found, please read on.

Training Items
Power Band, Power Lens, and other Training Items can be obtained in Hammerlocke by exchaning 10 BP for them. BP is obtained by winning battles in the Battle Tower, so be sure and take on the Battle Tower and collect some BP before trying to power up your Pokemon too much.

Training Items allow a Pokemon holding them to obtain +8 EVs after battle. For example, a Pokemon holding the Power Bracer will gain +8 Atk after gaining experience in battle. However, note that the Pokemon's Speed stat in battle will be lowered.

How to EV Train Fast

Although it does not have in its name, Macho Brace will double the EVs gained in battle. For example, a Pokemon holding the Macho Brace who defeats a Machop (who normally gives +1 Atk EV) will instead receive +2 Attack EVs.

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Power item

Power items are held items that award a Pokémon additional specific EVs whenever the Pokémon would normally earn EVs in battle, but halves Speed of the Pokémon while it holds the item. They all debuted in Generation IV.

Types of Power items

In the core series games

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If a Pokémon holding a Power item gains experience from a battle, the Power item awards it additional EVs in a specific stat (in addition to the EVs it would normally earn). From Generation IV to VI, they grant 4 extra EVs; in Generation VII onward, they grant 8 EVs. The EVs granted by Power items are doubled by the effect of Pokérus.

Additionally, any Pokémon holding a Power item has its Speed halved while it is holding the item.

From Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver onward, if either Pokémon in the Pokémon Day Care or Pokémon Nursery holds a Power item, that parent passes down its IV in that respective stat to Eggs it produces; HP for Power Weight, Attack for Power Bracer, and so on.

Acquisition

Power items are can normally be purchased with Battle Points at battle facilities.

In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, they can be purchased with BP at the Battle Royal Dome, but not at the Battle Tree. In Pokémon Sword and Shield, they can be purchased from the BP Shop in Hammerlocke instead of the battle facility.

In Generation VI, all of the Power items could be obtained from the PokéMileage Club minigame Graffiti Eraser.

Artwork

These are artwork of the items as seen in the Pokémon Dream World.

Trivia

  • These items, particularly the fact that they halve the holder's Speed, may have been inspired by the Macho Brace, an item introduced in Generation III that doubles all EVs a Pokémon gains but halves its Speed while held.

See also

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