>Super training a Meditite
>Suddenly notice an attack training session that usually gives out 12 EVs only gives out 8
>Train speed and it happens again
>Realise I've maxed out those stats
>Train defence, which only had 4 EVs beforehand
>Only get 2 out of it
So does super training only allow you to max EVs to a value where it actually matters? If so, that's pretty nifty
>using Super Training for EV Training instead of Horde Battles
Enjoy wasting one hour to max out EVs of your Pokemon. Horde Battles allows you to max out EVs in less than 10 minutes.
Super Training is a nice replacement if you don't have the stuff required for that (Pokérus, knowing relevant hordes location, Sweet Scent user and the six Power Items).
You'll eventually get bored of it the 1000th you're forced to do it.
I didn't said Super Training is bad, it's just that for EV Training, is one of the worst ways because it consumes too much time, and let's not talk about the L Bags that you must punch like 100 times to only get +12 EVs.
By the way, it is a fun mini game, especially on the highest levels.
Oh wait so i can't accidentally fuck up? That's nice.