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Pokemon Go Gen 2 – Full Stat Breakdown

With trainers rapidly filling their Pokedex and Niantic confirming that Gen 2 is on the way, some  players have been turning their attentionto the potential stats of Pokemon that will be added to the game.

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Reddit user Khrawn has calculated the stats (Attack, Defense, and Stamina) of all evolved gen 2 Pokemon (no babies and only the final evolution if any).

The values he shared are base values, which means that when including IV’s that every stat can go up to 15 points higher.

Khrawn also noted some interesting things he discovered:

  • “Wobbuffet will be a great defender like Chansey, but Blissey will be number 1.
  • With Lanturn and Ampharos maybe the Water pokemons will have a counter.
  • Tyranitar will be awesome.
  • Hold on to your Poliwags/Seadra’s but Onix/Zubat will still suck.
  • Shuckle will not be the awesome staller/defender many of you know him as

He also speculated that “seems there will be more variation, as Tyranitar>Vaporeon>Ampharos>Tyranitar

Meganium

Below is the list he created (we have removed the decimal places to make it easier to read). If you want to check out Khrawn’s full work you can check out his spreadsheetHere you will find extra detail including 3 sets of stats. The first are the values from the original Pokemon games. The 2nd set is the base values in Pokemon GO, and the 3rd set includes the base CP along with the actual value a max levelled Pokemon will have. This means that the IV’s are set to zero, so the max CP and max stats will be a little bit higher when they are released.

Remember this list is made from calculations, although it may not be 100% correct when the Pokemon are released, it still gives a very good indication of the stats we can expect to see.

 

Pokemon GO: Attack Defense Stamina
Meganium 183 218 160
Typhlosion 211 183 156
Feraligatr 200 200 170
Furret 136 138 170
Noctowl 140 155 200
Ledian 106 167 110
Ariados 160 142 140
Crobat 182 183 170
Lanturn 149 149 250
Togetic 126 202 110
Xatu 188 159 130
Ampharos 201 190 180
Bellossom 184 209 150
Azumarill 124 174 200
Sudowoodo 125 188 140
Politoad 181 190 180
Jumpluff 131 184 150
Aipom 124 128 110
Sunflora 188 148 150
Yanma 159 109 130
Quagsire 160 160 190
Espeon 205 172 130
Umbreon 141 255 190
Murkrow 189 103 120
Slowking 184 199 190
Misdreavus 161 161 120
Unown 158 110 96
Wobbuffet 77 127 380
Girafirag 188 148 140
Forretress 160 196 150
Dunsparce 148 148 200
Gligar 121 184 130
Steelix 148 239 150
Granbull 183 148 180
Qwilfish 163 147 130
Scizor 185 195 140
Shuckle 24 464 40
Heracross 160 187 160
Sneasel 137 150 110
Ursaring 212 165 180
Magcargo 137 207 100
Piloswine 169 153 200
Corsola 131 182 110
Remoraid 146 86 70
Octillery 223 163 150
Delibird 137 107 90
Mantine 130 215 130
Skarmory 130 215 130
Houndoom 218 146 150
Kingdra 208 208 150
Donphan 184 184 180
Porygon2 199 200 170
Stantler 198 145 146
Smeargle 57 97 110
Hitmontop 132 221 100
Smoochum 117 79 90
Miltank 133 191 190
Blissey 70 88 510
Raikou 219 195 180
Entei 223 180 230
Suicune 183 248 200
Tyranitar 241 225 200
Lugia 201 304 212
Ho-oh 258 254 212
Celebi 220 220 200

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