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What is the significance of a pokemon's nature?

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so different pokemon have different natures, duh, everyone knows that. but what do different natures do to a pokemon's stats?? i have a shelder with a modest nature, an emolga with a lax nature, a lilligant with a careful nature, a pidove with a hasty nature and a samurott with a sassy nature. if you could use the natures of my pokemon as examples that'd help me undterstand a whole lot easier.

asked Jun 15, 2011 by Dovie-Chan
retagged Jul 31, 2012

2 Answers

3 votes
 
Best answer

Well, different natures effect pokemon's stats differently, Eg.

A pokemon with a Modest nature with have 10% more Sp atk than usual, and 10% less Atk than usual.

Different natures effect pokemon's stats by 10%, They increase one stat by 10% and decrease one by 10%.

That is my summary, but to see Pokemaster's summary, just click the link.

http://pokemondb.net/mechanics/natures

answered Jun 15, 2011 by Josh
selected Dec 25, 2012 by Mewderator
stupid slow computer!
1 vote

it increases or decreases a stat by 10% all of those natures stink on those pokemon except hasty on pidove which is ok this link will give you plenty of info

answered Jun 15, 2011 by Speed freak