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The '''Exp. Share''' is a held item introduced in [[Generation II]] (Exp. Share in Generation 1 existed but was not a held item and divided exp amongst your entire party). When the [[player]] gives an Exp. Share to a Pokémon in their party that isn't first in the lineup and battles, part of the [[Exp|experience points]] gained by the battling Pokémon is given to the one holding the Exp. Share. However, the Pokémon who is battling does not gain the regular amount of experience; it gains half of the normal amount. There is usually only one Exp. Share found in each game, you can however obtain more by cheating, winning one at the lottery, trading Pokémon holding another Exp. Share, or, in [[Pokémon Black and White]], receive a second one from the [[Pokémon Fan Club]] Chairman.
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|name = Exp. Share
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|image= Exp. Share.png
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|buy= Cannot be bought
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|type= Key
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|gen= I
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|bagimage= Expshare.png
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|genIIdesc= Shares battle EXP.points.
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|genIIIdesc= A hold item that gets EXP. points from battles.
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|genIVdesc= An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder gets a share of a battle's Exp. Points without battling.
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|genVdesc= An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder gets a share of a battle's Exp. Points without battling.
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|genVIdesc= An item to be held by a Pokémon. The holder gets a share of a battle's Exp. Points without battling.}}
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The '''Exp. Share''' is a held item introduced in [[Generation II]] (Exp. Share in Generation 1 existed but was not a held item and divided exp amongst your entire party). (However, in generation 6 the Exp. share was changed back to its original form.) When the [[player]] gives an Exp. Share to a Pokémon in their party that isn't first in the lineup and battles, part of the [[Exp|experience points]] gained by the battling Pokémon is given to the one holding the Exp. Share. However, the Pokémon who is battling does not gain the regular amount of experience; it gains half of the normal amount. There is usually only one Exp. Share found in each game, you can however obtain more by cheating, winning one at the lottery, trading Pokémon holding another Exp. Share, or, in [[Pokémon Black & White Version|Pokémon Black and White]], receive a second one from the [[Pokémon Fan Club]] Chairman.
   
 
Any Pokémon actively in the battle receive half of the total experience. The other half gets split up among any Pokémon holding Exp. Shares. Example:
 
Any Pokémon actively in the battle receive half of the total experience. The other half gets split up among any Pokémon holding Exp. Shares. Example:
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:<sub>'''Note''': If the Pokémon that is holding the Exp. Share is the one fighting, 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.</sub>
 
:<sub>'''Note''': If the Pokémon that is holding the Exp. Share is the one fighting, 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.</sub>
   
:<sub> '''Note''': In <ref> Generation VI <ref> Pokemon who win a battle will
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:<sub> '''Note''': In Generation VI Pokemon who win a battle will receive 100 percent on the Xp and the rest of the Pokemon in your party will only receive 50 percent, rather than splitting all of the XP to your party.
receive 100 percent on the Xp and the rest of the Pokemon in your party will
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Only receive 50 percent, rather than splitting all of the XP to your party.
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==Locations==
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*[[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Version|Ruby and Sapphire]] [[Pokémon Emerald Version|and Emerald]]: Given by Mr. Stone in [[Rustboro City]] after the player has given his letter to [[Steven Stone]].
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*[[Pokémon X and Y|X and Y]]: Given by [[Alexa (Kalos)|Alexa]] after defeating the 1st gym in [[Santalune City]].
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*[[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]: Given by a man after the player rescued him from either a [[Team Magma Grunt]] ir [[Team Aqua Grunt]] and the [[Petalburg Woods]].
 
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[[Category:Generation II Items]]

Latest revision as of 00:37, November 30, 2014

Exp. Share
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Exp. Share
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Buy For:
Poké DollarCannot be bought
Sell For:
Poké DollarCannot be sold
Type:
Key
Generation:
I

The Exp. Share is a held item introduced in Generation II (Exp. Share in Generation 1 existed but was not a held item and divided exp amongst your entire party). (However, in generation 6 the Exp. share was changed back to its original form.) When the player gives an Exp. Share to a Pokémon in their party that isn't first in the lineup and battles, part of the experience points gained by the battling Pokémon is given to the one holding the Exp. Share. However, the Pokémon who is battling does not gain the regular amount of experience; it gains half of the normal amount. There is usually only one Exp. Share found in each game, you can however obtain more by cheating, winning one at the lottery, trading Pokémon holding another Exp. Share, or, in Pokémon Black and White, receive a second one from the Pokémon Fan Club Chairman.

Any Pokémon actively in the battle receive half of the total experience. The other half gets split up among any Pokémon holding Exp. Shares. Example:

Opponent Gives Battling Pokémon # of Pokémon with Exp. Share Battling Pokémon receives The Pokémon with Exp. Shares receive
025 100 Exp. points 125 2 50 Exp. points 25 Exp. points
Note: If the Pokémon that is holding the Exp. Share is the one fighting, 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.
Note: In Generation VI Pokemon who win a battle will receive 100 percent on the Xp and the rest of the Pokemon in your party will only receive 50 percent, rather than splitting all of the XP to your party.

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