Since the dawn of Pokémon, there have always been hidden values which help boost your Pokémon's stats. Typically, these were boosted through combat, or aided with vitamins and then later, Join Avenue, but Pokémon X & Y bring a whole new method to both alter and track these values

Super Training

Super Training is a combination of mini-games. Only one of which is currently known. In this game, you have a Pokémon in the field and you need to control it, using the touchscreen or the Circle Pad, in order to deflect Balloon Bots balls from going into your goal, while you send various balls into your opponent's goal.

Each Pokémon uses a specific ball at random, based mostly upon the species of Pokémon you are using. These balls have special effects
Black: These balls are average in size, speed and power, but can be shot rapidly
Blue: These balls are incredibly fast with average power. They are small
Green: These balls are incredibly powerful but are slow to fire.
Orange: These balls have an average speed, and are a bit weak. However, they are very large
Yellow: These balls are lower power and have an average speed. They are small, but can be shot rapidly

There are three different levels to the games, unlocked as you go through Level 1, 2 and 3. When you complete the games, you get an increase of Effort Values in that one specific stat. Level 1 gives you +4, Level 2 gives you +8 and Level 3 gives you +12.

Each individual Pokémon's progress is tracked, with them receiving medals for each game completed.

Core Training

After completing the various mini-games in the Super Training, you will receive various Training Bags. You can take these Training Bags to increase your Pokémon's Effort Values. Typically, a Pokémon can increase their EVs while being in a Core Training session, but you can increase the stats using these Training Bags. You can store up to 12 training bags at any one time. When selected, the bag appears on the bottom screen and you can make the Pokémon attack it. In addition to this, you can tap the standard bag on the touch screen and have a chance of receiving one

Most of the bags are based on certain stats such as Attack Bag, and then it's denoted in size by S, M or L, depending on how well you did in that game. S gives you +1 points, M gives you +4 and L gives you +12. In addition to that, there's a several bags that can aid in other ways, but these bags are very rare
Big Shot Bag: This bag makes you more likely to hit goals within the next Super Training with this Pokémon
Double-Up Bag: This bag, when used by the Pokémon, doubles the increase obtained in the next round of Super Training
Reset Bag: This bag will remove all the training that you have received and allow you to start again.
Soothing Bag: This bag increases the happiness of the Pokémon
Strength Bag: This bag makes the Pokémon score more points for successful hits in the next Super Training session
Swiftness Bag: This bag makes the Pokémon faster within the next Super Training session
Toughen-Up Bag: This bag makes enemy hits less powerful in the next session
Team Flare Bag: The Pokémon is more eager to defeat the bags

Secret Super Training

If you are using a Pokémon who has got maximum Effort Values, you will gain access to Secret Super Training. This mode gives you 12 more mini-games to play, with increasing difficulty. However, these games give you more than just bags for core training, they also have a chance of giving you rare items. These items range from items such as Clever Wing, to evolution stones These items are rare and depend upon how well you complete. You can also get various healing items, items such as Stardust and hold items such as Hard Stone.

Training Name Target (Score) Top Score Items Medium Score Items
The Troubles Keep On Coming Aurorus Balloon (1800)
Tyrantrum Balloon (1800)
None Health Wing Muscle Wing Resist Wing Swift Wing Genius Wing Clever Wing Pretty Wing Fresh Water
The Leaf Stone Cup Begins! Venusaur Balloon (4000) Leaf Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
The Fire Stone Cup Begins! Charizard Balloon (4000) Fire Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
The Water Stone Cup Begins! Blastoise Balloon (4000) Water Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
Follow Those Fleeing Goals! Stunfisk Balloon (4800) Thunder Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
Watch Out! That's One Tricky Second Half Aegislash Balloon (4800) Dusk Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
An Opening of Lightning-Quick Attacks! Roserade Balloon (4800) Shiny Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
These Long Shots Are No Long Shot! Gallade Balloon (5600) Dawn Stone Stardust Hard Stone Pretty Wing Soda Pop
Scatterbug Lugs Back Scatterbug Balloon (1600)
Spewpa Balloon (2400)
Vivillon Balloon (4800)
None Health Wing Muscle Wing Resist Wing Swift Wing Genius Wing Clever Wing Pretty Wing
A Barrage of Bitbots Probopass Balloon (7200) None Health Wing Muscle Wing Resist Wing Swift Wing Genius Wing Clever Wing Pretty Wing
Drag Down Hydreigon Deino Balloon (1600)
Zweilous Balloon (2400)
Hydreigon Balloon (4200)
Sun Stone Moon Stone Stardust PP Up Pretty Wing Lemonade
The Battle for the Best: Version X/Y Larvitar/Aron Balloon (1600)
Pupitar/Lairon Balloon (2400)
Tyranitar/Aggron Balloon (3200)
Mega Tyranitar/Mega Aggron Balloon (5800)
Fire Stone Leaf Stone Thunder Stone Water Stone PP Up PP Max Pretty Wing MooMoo Milk
 
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