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Old 05-24-2007, 05:41 PM
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Default Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

I did not see a thread like this, and if there is, just remove it.

Basically, I've seen so many people asking what natures are benefical for very specific pokemon that I thought we ought to start a list. If you wish to contribute, post the pokemon, and its benefical natures, and I'll add it to the list.


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Lucario- Mild, Hasty, Timid, Rash, Naive, Modest, Jolly, Quiet, Lonely, Naughty
Froslass-Mild, Hasty
Weavile-Adamant, Jolly
Gallade-Timid/Jolly
Gardevoir-Modest
Milotic-Modest
Magmortar-Timid/Jolly
Electivire-Timid/Jolly
PorygonZ-Modest
Blissey-Bold
Tyranitar-Adamant
Metagross-Adamant
Togekiss-Timid/Modest
Leafeon-Jolly
Glaceon-Modest
Luxrary-Lonely/naughty
Hippowdown-Relaxed
Garchomp: Adamant/Jolly
Lucario: Modest
Milotic: Bold
Infernape: Adamant(Physical)/Timid(Special)
Rhyperior: Adamant
Porygon-Z: Modest
Tyranitar: Quiet
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Default Re: Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

i found a adamant rayquaza need a good nature for a snorunt and gulpin
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Default Re: Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

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i found a adamant rayquaza need a good nature for a snorunt and gulpin
For the Snorunt, it depends which evolution you plan to make it become. For a gulpin,a Sassy nature would be great.
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For the Snorunt, it depends which evolution you plan to make it become.
Well I'm evolving mine into a Forslass. Any specfic nature for that? Oh and also I need to know what's a good nature for Abomasnow.
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For Froslass, maybe a quiet nature would work nice.
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Default Re: Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

You are wrong about quiet nature, while frosslass needs special attack, its highest stat is speed, the best nature for it would therefore be : Mild, since its defense is not as high to begin with (for special attack) or Hasty (for speed).
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You are wrong about quiet nature, while frosslass needs special attack, its highest stat is speed, the best nature for it would therefore be : Mild, since its defense is not as high to begin with (for special attack) or Hasty (for speed).
Oh thank you very much! I was actually thinking about a Hasty nature. It's always helpful to get a second opinion.
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What about a Sneasel? I think maybe Modest as I will evolve it to Weavile and have it know more special attacks than anything physical.
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What about a Sneasel? I think maybe Modest as I will evolve it to Weavile and have it know more special attacks than anything physical.
Modest would work nice. That, or mild. Modest would be better though, I think.
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Default Re: Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

The thing is, weavile actually have a very low special attack, but an extremely high speed. Weavile's special attack is its lowest stat. If I were you, I'd train my Weavile in something that increases speed and decreases either defense or special attack (but then it also depends on the moves you are getting for it as you said, just don't really see a point in training it in its weakest stat). For speed: Hasty(defense decrease), Jolly(special attack decrease),
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What's a good nature for a Ponyta? :/
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Hasty nature, it has a weak defense already, and Ponyta/Rapidash are all about speed.
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Hasty nature, it has a weak defense already, and Ponyta/Rapidash are all about speed.
M'kay. ^^;

It's off to breeding then.
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Gallade: Adamant
Gardevoir: Modest
Milotic:modest

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Gallade: Adamant
Gardevoir: Modest
Milotic:modest

that's what i know
Thanks for the help, added those to the list.
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