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*** [[Litten]]'s line has Defiant.
 
*** [[Litten]]'s line has Defiant.
 
*** [[Popplio]]'s line has Ball Fetch.
 
*** [[Popplio]]'s line has Ball Fetch.
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*** [[Grookey]]'s line has [[Cacophony]].
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*** [[Scorbunny]]'s line has [[Precise]].
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*** [[Sobble]]'s line has Stakeout.
 
* A number of Pokémon have been given Hidden Abilities that did not have them prior.
 
* A number of Pokémon have been given Hidden Abilities that did not have them prior.
 
** [[Vibrava]] and [[Flygon]] have been given Tinted Lens.
 
** [[Vibrava]] and [[Flygon]] have been given Tinted Lens.

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There are a number of stat changes, move adjustments, type interactions, and other balance changes made in Pokémon Sardonyx: Raised to Win. In many cases these are to make a given Pokémon more useful or powerful, or to balance gameplay around the Pokémon the player is given access to.

Shiny palette changes are listed here for lack of a better place to put them. New forms are not included, be they Regional Variants, Mega Evolutions, or other forms. Changes made in the official games are not listed.

Type Interactions

  • Normal now resists and is Super Effective against Psychic and Fairy.
  • Poison is now Super Effective on Water.
  • Ice now resists Water, Grass, and Ground.

Move Changes

  • Cut is now Steel-type and has a base power of 60.
  • Strength is now Fighting-type.
  • Flash is now Electric-type.
  • Hidden Power now has a flat base power of 80.
  • Luster Purge and Mist Ball now have a base power of 100.
  • X-Scissor now has a high crit rate.
  • Iron Tail's accuracy has been increased.

Ability Effects

Pokémon Changes

Types

Abilities

Stats

All stats are listed in the order of HP / ATK / DEF / SPATK / SPDEF / SPD

  • Eevee has been given a BST of 330, with 55 across the board. All of its evolutions have been given a BST of 530:
    • Jolteon: 65 / 70 / 95 / 110 / 60 / 130
    • Vaporeon: 130 / 60 / 110 / 70 / 95 / 65
    • Flareon: 110 / 130 / 65 / 60 / 70 / 95
    • Espeon: 70 / 65 / 60 / 130 / 110 / 95
    • Umbreon: 110 / 60 / 95 / 70 / 130 / 65
    • Leafeon: 70 / 130 / 95 / 60 / 65 / 110
    • Glaceon: 95 / 60 110 / 130 / 65 / 70
    • Sylveon: 110 / 60 / 65 / 130 / 95 / 70
  • Mienfoo and Mienshao have been given a BST of 330 and 530 respectively:
    • Mienfoo: 45 / 70 / 50 / 50 / 45 / 70
    • Mienshao: 70 / 130 / 70 / 90 / 60 / 110

Moves

  • The entirety of the Eevee family has completely overhauled level-up movesets to allow the Mega Evolutions to make use of both STAB types.
  • Rockruff and all forms of Lycanroc have had their level-up movesets tweaked and rebalanced.

Shiny Palettes

Evolution Methods

  • Mienfoo now evolves at level 30.
  • Solosis now evolves at level 25, and Duosion at level 40.
  • Inkay evolves by leveling up holding the Hourglass.
  • All trade evolutions evolve by leveling up holding the Connecting Thread.
    • Unless they needed to be traded holding an item, in which case they simply need to hold that item instead.
  • Shelmet and Karrablast evolve when leveled up at the same time.

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