Pokémon

Pokemon Natures


The Pokemon natures usually affect the value of its two stats, eventually increasing 10% in one of its non-HP stats (attack, defense, special attack, special defense, or speed)and 10 in the other. Starting in Pokémon Heart Gold and Civil Silver, the nature of Pokémon has increased or decreased (respectively) with a red or blue light on the Pokémon summary screen.

Nature

Pokemon Natures also determines the favorite taste of Pokémon and its undesirable taste: each state is associated with a flavor, and each Pokémon’s favorite taste is associated with a sculpture associated with its nature, while its reduction is associated with sculpture. The associated taste is disliked. For example, as lonely nature increases the invasion of Pokémon (which is associated with spicy flavor) and decreases its defensive status (which is related to sour taste), lonely natures Pokémon has a sour taste like a favorite taste and a dislike Sour flavor.

Each nature represents one of nature's 25 unique combinations of increase and decrease. Thus, there are five natures that have no effect on the static growth of Pokémon as they technically increase or decrease the same state (technical, polite, hardy, weird, and serious).

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, Mint has introduced pokemon. When used on Pokémon, these items adjust the effect of Pokémon’s nature on its statistics according to the nature of the mint. However, no change in the taste preferences of other nature-determined traits like Pokémon. The mints that pass through Everest to Nature do not change.

Natures list and chart

Nature

+10%

-10%

Favorite Flavor

Hated Flavor

Bashful

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Docile

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Hardy

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Quirky

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Serious

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Adamant

Attack

Special Attack

Spicy

Dry

Brave

Attack

Speed

Spicy

Sweet

Lonely

Attack

Defense

Spicy

Sour

Naughty

Attack

Special Defense

Spicy

Bitter

Bold

Defense

Attack

Sour

Spicy

Impish

Defense

Special Attack

Sour

Dry

Lax

Defense

Special Defense

Sour

Bitter

Relaxed

Defense

Speed

Sour

Sweet

Modest

Special Attack

Attack

Dry

Spicy

Mild

Special Attack

Defense

Dry

Sour

Quiet

Special Attack

Speed

Dry

Sweet

Rash

Special Attack

Special Defense

Dry

Bitter

Calm

Special Defense

Attack

Bitter

Spicy

Careful

Special Defense

Special Attack

Bitter

Dry

Gentle

Special Defense

Defense

Bitter

Sour

Sassy

Special Defense

Speed

Bitter

Sweet

Hasty

Speed

Defense

Sweet

Sour

Jolly

Speed

Special Attack

Sweet

Dry

Naive

Speed

Special Defense

Sweet

Bitter

Timid

Speed

Attack

Sweet

Spicy

 

Determination

The nature of the Pokémon is determined by the way it is produced through the game: when it encounters it in the wild, when it is obtained as an egg, or when it is given to a player by a non-player. In Generation III games (except Pokémon Emerald) and Generation V games, the nature of Pokémon determined when the player receives an egg from a daycare man. In the Pokémon Emerald and Generation IV games, the nature of the Pokémon determined when the day corer lays an egg. Nature Pokémon not changed once.

In Generations III and IV, Determine nature through the value of the Pokémon’s personality. Since Generation V, it has been stored in unrelated variables.

The Pokémon natures transferred from the Virtual Console Core Series game to Pokémon Bank is based on its nature. The nature of the index number is consistent with the total experience of Pokémon in Generation I and II modules 25.

FAQ

How many Pokémon are there?

There are 898 Pokémon. Just counting the different types of Pokémon is an easy, simple, and tough answer. Of these, 59 are legendary.

How to draw Pokémon?

If you want to draw something but you don't consider yourself an artist, you can draw some Pokémon - they can be easily created from simple shapes, and they have gone so far as to make you realistic.

When did Pokémon come out?

Pokémon, Nintendo electronic game series that launched in Japan in February 1996 as Pokémon Green and Pokémon Red. The franchise later became hugely popular in the United States and around the world.

How to get Gigantamax Pokémon?

To get Gigantimax Pokemon you'll have to fight. And face as many raid battles as you can (unless it's a gift Pokemon). Not only has Gigantimex Pokemon changed its appearance. But they also have access to the Gmax Attack, a more powerful Max Move.

How will you change the nature of your sword?

Each Mint Battle 50 is available through the cashier on the left side of the Battle Tower lobby for budget points. So they are not particularly easy to come by. Once you find the mint you want, use it only on Pokémon and their nature will change.

What does nature do in Pokémon?

The nature of Pokémon usually affects the value of its two stats. Eventually one of which increases the non-HP stats (attack, defense, special attack, special defense, or speed) by 10%. And the other by 10%. ٪ is deficient.

How does nature go?

To pass the natures of Pokémon, give it an Everest to hold. Descendants will inherit the nature of the Pokémon held by Everest. If you change the natures of Pokémon from mint, this new nature will not pass during its growth. It will only pass through its original nature.

How to change the nature of Pokémon?

Values ​​ changed with special items called minutes. Mints sold at Bucket Tower. By feeding your Pokémon the Natures Mint, you can change their plants to match their Mint. All Nature Mint at Battle Tower Vendor costs 50 bp.