The only other way is to put your low-level Pokemon in first place then switch as soon as you enter battle. If you have the Lucky Egg make the Pokemon hold it for more EXP. You can find high level Pokemon on Route 12 (double grass) or out the back of the Giant Chasm, in single and double grass.
X and Y has some pretty difficult fights in the mid game, but it is by far the easiest pokemon game to get overleveled in, even without the EXP Share.
No. As of Generation 6, the Exp Share doesn’t affect the amount of experience received by Pokémon who participated in the battle – they receive the same amount of experience either way.
Go to the watch tower east of Fuschia City. There, talk to Professor Oak’s Aide and say you’ve got 50 kinds of Pokémon. Then, he will give you the Exp. All.
Is Nickit a good Pokémon?
Nickit. Nickit is a dark type pokemon that is also encountered on route 2. Nickit evolves into Thievul and has good speed to outpace opponents. It will be especially useful against Bede, a recurring rival who mostly uses psychic type pokemon.
Share is the one fighting, the extra experience is not gained and experience is not given to any of the other Pokémon in the party. The only item that raises the amount of XP gained is the Lucky Egg, which can be found rarely being held by a wild Chansey.
Share as a Pokémon Tool Item card during the English Black & White Series (the Japanese BW Era) in the Next Destinies expansion. … Share has subsequently been reprinted in the English XY Series (the Japanese XY Era) and the English Sun & Moon Series (the Japanese Sun & Moon Era). As the EXP.
The Exp. Share may not be used. … Share can’t be disabled.)
Experience gain is independent of participants and number of Pokemon in your party, so yes, your party gains more experience overall if you have more people in your party at the same time. All pokemon earn experience independently.
Does having less Pokemon give more exp?
The less members you have in your party, the more EXP that each Pokemon will receive in battle. This is sort of a roundabout way of getting EXP faster for your specific Pokemon that you want to level up faster, but it really is the only way you can in this game with the inability to turn off EXP Share.
Do you get more EXP with less Pokemon?
Each pokemon gets more experience if its lower level than the opponent, and if it did not participate in battle it’s awarded experience is halved. In older games experience was actually divided up, but that’s not the case in sword/shield, the amount of experience a pokemon gets is not affected by party size.