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lorelai54
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posted 04-10-2003 02:12 AM      Profile for lorelai54   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
... before, but I wasn't here when it was, so I was hoping someone could explain to me the link between the Pokemon's nature and their stat increases. Is there a relationship? What's the best nature to have?
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Porygone
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posted 04-10-2003 08:53 AM      Profile for Porygone   Email Porygone   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Simple.

A Pokemon's nature will boost one stat by 10%, and lower another by 10%. Note that some natures will boost/drop the same stat, thus causing the nature to have a neutral effect on stats.

Also, a Pokemon's nature will affect what PokeBlocks Pokemon will like and dislike. This is very helpful to know for Pokemon that you plan on entering in contests, or if you plan on raising Feebas (Since Feebas evolves based on 'beauty', it's helpful to get one with a nature that likes 'dry' PokeBlocks), since Pokemon can only eat a certain amount of Blocks.

Try this site for a graph showing stat changes and likes/dislikes.

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