What do stars do in Pokémon?

Why are Pokémon Stars important?

If your Pokémon has three stars and a red stamp, it means that it has 100% perfect IVs. If it has three star with an orange stamp, it has around 80-99% perfect IVs. Two stars means 66-80% IVs and one star means 50-65% IVs.

What do stars do in Pokemon go?

When you tap Appraise, your Team Leader offers you an evaluation of your Pokémon. Each Pokémon is appraised out of three stars, with more stars reflecting higher battle potential. Along with the star rating, your Team Leader gives specific appraisals for Attack, Defense, and HP.

Do stars really matter in Pokemon go?

Star Rating Badge

The CP runs hand-in-hand with the star rating. If you have a 100% (three star) Pokemon, your CP can be raised to be the most-possible highest CP for that particular Pokemon. That doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have the highest weight, or height, or even the best moves.

What does a star mean on a Pokémon?

4y. It’s a Shiny Pokemon, which is an alternately colored Pokémon that has roughly a 1/4096 chance of appearing.

What does 0 * 1 * 2 * mean in Pokemon go?

You can even search for Pokémon by their specific star tier, just like how you can search for them by name. To do this, you’ll need to search: 0* = 0 Stars. 1* = 1 Star. 2* = 2 Stars.

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Should I evolve shiny Pokemon?

Shinies are of the same strength as non shinies, so there’s no need keeping them or evolve them. Unless it’s meta and it has high IV. Some people like to collect them and you can offer them something to trade for the mon you’ve missed while you were away.

Do IVs really matter?

IVs really only matter for short manning raids and getting maybe one additional ball from a raid. Moveset is way more important. I prioritize high level weather boosted mons with the right moves first and then worry about high IVs later.

Does IV or CP matter more?

As explained by RustyMembers the IV is by far more important than the CP of a Pokemon. But actually equally or sometimes even more important is the Moveset of a Pokemon. A Pokemon with the best moveset dps wise but with lower IV will perform better than a similar one with a different moveset but higher IV %.