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Ignoring the power of individual attacks, do Pokémon at their max CP level have different stats (HP, attack, speed, etc)?

In other words, would my adorable Butterfree (stat-wise) finally have a chance to take down a max level Dragonite?

  • I would think so, but I'm not sure – TwentyCharMax Jul 17 '16 at 6:29
  • I believe your Butterfree would still be in disadvantage. Butterfree has the base stats of 120 stamina, 144 attack and 144 defense, while Dragonite has 182, 250, 212 – dly Jul 17 '16 at 9:04
  • @dly That's true in the traditional games, but does Pokemon Go use those same base stats? A recent answer showed that even though STAB was implemented, it's not the same as the handheld series, so we can't assume mechanics carry over. – Question Marks Jul 17 '16 at 12:28
  • Yes, it is indeed implemted in Go. I've found similar data in the same source, where STAB was confirmed to be implemented. – dly Jul 17 '16 at 16:52
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Since the protobuf file has been accepted as valid source to prove STAB I'll use the same file to prove the existence of individual stats.

Butterfree:

Pokemon {
        UniqueId: V0012_POKEMON_BUTTERFREE
        ModelScale: 1.11
        Type1: POKEMON_TYPE_BUG
        Type2: POKEMON_TYPE_FLYING
        Camera {
          DiskRadiusM: 0.999
          CylRadiusM: 0.666
          CylHeightM: 1.11
          CylGroundM: 0.555
          ShoulderModeScale: 0.5
        }
(...)
        Stats {
          BaseStamina: 120
          BaseAttack: 144
          BaseDefense: 144
        }
(...)

Dragonite:

Pokemon {
    UniqueId: V0149_POKEMON_DRAGONITE
    ModelScale: 0.7
    Type1: POKEMON_TYPE_DRAGON
    Type2: POKEMON_TYPE_FLYING
    Camera {
      DiskRadiusM: 0.63
      CylRadiusM: 0.42
      CylHeightM: 1.47
      CylGroundM: 0.595
      ShoulderModeScale: 0.5
    }
(...)
    Stats {
      BaseStamina: 182
      BaseAttack: 250
      BaseDefense: 212
    }
(...)

According to this a Dragonite is indeed stronger than Butterfree.

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