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This is a page on Training Items, aka EV-Enhancing Items, in Pokemon Sword and Shield. If you would like to know what Training Items do and where they can be found, please read on.
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Power Band, Power Lens, and other Training Items can be obtained in Hammerlocke by exchaning 10 BP for them. BP is obtained by winning battles in the Battle Tower, so be sure and take on the Battle Tower and collect some BP before trying to power up your Pokemon too much.
|Power Bracer||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's Attack stat to grow more after battling.|
|Power Belt||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's Defense stat to grow more after battling.|
|Power Lens||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's Sp. Atk stat to grow more after battling.|
|Power Band||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's Sp. Def stat to grow more after battling.|
|Power Anklet||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's Speed stat to grow more after battling.|
|Power Weight||An item to be held by a Pokémon. It reduces Speed but allows the holder's maximum HP to grow more after battling.|
|Macho Brace||An item to be held by a Pokémon. This stiff, heavy brace helps Pokémon grow strong but cuts Speed in battle.|
Training Items allow a Pokemon holding them to obtain +8 EVs after battle. For example, a Pokemon holding the Power Bracer will gain +8 Atk after gaining experience in battle. However, note that the Pokemon's Speed stat in battle will be lowered.
Although it does not have
Power in its name, Macho Brace will double the EVs gained in battle. For example, a Pokemon holding the Macho Brace who defeats a Machop (who normally gives +1 Atk EV) will instead receive +2 Attack EVs.
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|Types of Items|
|Battle Items||Recovery Items||Power Items|
|Master Ball||Fossils||Evolutionary Held Items|
|Lucky Egg||Rare Candy||-|
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