Update to the above:
If somebody wants to provide me a list of all known Pokemon that get Fairy type added, and all known Pokemon with base stat changes, I can update the beta with those.
EDIT: Disregard second part, I saw the list Elamite posted earlier.
From smogon (at the end of the OP) ^_^Typing retconned Pokemon
Wigglytuff (Normal/Fairy) (Unconfirmed but extremely likely)
Mr. Mime (Psychic/Fairy)
Togetic (Fairy/Flying) (Unconfirmed but extremely likely)
Togekiss (Fairy/Flying) (Unconfirmed but extremely likely)
Azumarril (Water/Fairy) (Unconfirmed but extremely likely)
Arceus-Fairy (Needs Pixie Plate)
Sylveon's how-to-get on the wiki at the time of this post is... well, shamefully inaccurate. (-: Also, locking down wiki discussion pages? I shudder to think of what happened in the past to necessitate that!
Anyhoo, "Maximum Bond" doesn't mean anything in regards to Pokémon-Amie. There are three meters that can fill up: Affection, Fullness (in regards to hunger) and Enjoyment. Affection does matter when evolving Eevee into Sylveon, but it doesn't have to be maxed out.
It's also not the only requirement.
I've scrounged around to find more information on Sylveon, and what I've found and tested to be the case myself is that it requires two things:
- Eevee must have at least 2 hearts' worth of Affection in Pokémon-Amie.
- Eevee mus know at least 1 Fairy-type move.
As far as I can tell, it's impossible to deplete Affection, although Fullness and Enjoyment go up and down. Having all three full and leveling up Eevee is not enough to get a Sylveon. Furthermore, having them more or less empty save for the 2 Affection IS sufficient for Sylveon, since that's how mine was when I got it.
Eevee learns Baby-Doll Eyes at level 9, which is a Fairy-type move. I had a case where I nearly evolved one into a Sylveon that I wanted to be an Umbreon, but canceled the evolution at the last instant when I realized what was going on. I replaced Baby-Doll Eyes with a TM move, then the next level the Eevee didn't try to evolve.
Error in calc:
Dragalge is Dragon/Poison not Poison/Water
Figured I'd post this here: A list of all the URPG Base Stats of the Gen VI Pokemon, to give you some idea of how stuff will compare and help you decide what you want :P Thanks to BlueTowel for this.
You can pretty much ignore the one and two-letter codes, they're type codes that the calc reads. The rest is the stats.
Next I need to work on new Abilities, Moves, and any changes to the old ones.
Thankfully Dual-typed moves were largely a massive false alarm.
We're also going to need to know what Pokemon can learn what moves. We're basically waiting on Bulbapedia/Smogon/Serebii for this sort of thing, but it's not too difficult to do our own research for that.
When is the XY guide out? That probably has movepools and stuff in it, but I haven't bought one of those in like ten years lol
Smogon have more or less the full level up and TM movepool of everything released so far, and updated ones of most old Pokemon. It's easier and more accurate to look at their research than compile ourselves.
They're pretty good for fully-evolved Pokemon, but have next to no information on what moves the unevolved forms do and don't learn if they were to skip evolving. URPG needs this info too.
Max Stats (neutral nature):
294 / 259 / 299 / 169 / 173 / 155
Max Stats (neutral nature):
322 / 319 / 399 / 189 / 197 / 169
Shield Form Max Stats (neutral nature):
324 / 199 / 399 / 199 / 399 / 219
Blade Form Max Stats (neutral nature):
324 / 438 / 218 / 438 / 218 / 240
I got these from Serebii. I will see if I could double or even triple check their credibility with this by checking Smogon and Bulbapedia.
I wouldn't describe them as patchy at best. They have several people raise Pokemon from level one right until they stop learning moves to check and re-check every mon. They also do the exact same thing for all stages. It couldn't really be more thorough. Egg moves are the only thing that may not all be on Smogon.
Smogon campaign non stop for Pokemon equality, and you should too!