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    Question Return's base power after being traded.

    How strong is the base power of Return right after it's traded and reset?

    Approximately how long on a fast bike would it take to bring Return back to it's max power?

    Just trying to determine which game to train a team on. If it takes too long to max out Return I might go against the additional trade exp boost. Thanks.
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    When a Pokemon is traded, Return resets to the power it originally would've had when the Pokemon was first caught.

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    Biking for half an hour would probably restore most of it.
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    The base happiness of a Pokemon is around 70 when it's reset, which would give Return a base power of 28. To get Return up to full power (102) would take 47360 steps or 23680 if the Pokemon is holding a soothe bell.

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