Pokemon Let’s Go Nature

[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1477173639482{margin-bottom: 0px !important;border-bottom-width: 0px !important;padding-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_column_text]Pokemon Let’s Go Natures are a key feature in the game for making your pokemon even stronger, first introduced in Generation 3 (Sapphire/Ruby). Natures can increase specific statistics of your pokemon – each pokemon can only have one nature, and there are a total of 25 different pokemon natures types shown in the Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee nature chart below.[/vc_column_text][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1542179288806{padding-right: 16px !important;}”]

Let’s Go Natures Chart

Instead of just being a superficial personality, Pokemon Let’s Go Natures actually affect the statistical growth of your Pokemon – Each nature raises one your statistics by 10% and lowers one by 10%, it also worth keeping in mind like in the case of “Serious” Nature which cancels out the speed stats buff since it also lowers that same speed stat.




Increased & Decreased Stats for each Nature
Nature Increases Decreases
Calm Sp. Def Attack
Careful Sp. Def Sp. Atk
Modest Sp. Atk Attack
Brave Attack Speed
Hardy Attack Attack
Bashful Sp. Atk Sp. Atk
Lax Defense Sp. Def
Gentle Sp. Def Defense
Adamant Attack Sp. Atk
Hasty Speed Defense
Impish Defense Sp. Atk
Bold Defense Attack
Docile Defense Defense
Quiet Sp. Atk Speed
Naughty Attack Sp. Def
Jolly Speed Sp. Atk
Naive Speed Sp. Def
Mild Sp. Atk Defense
Lonely Attack Defense
Quirky Sp. Def Sp. Def
Rash Sp. Atk Sp. Def
Relaxed Defense Speed
Timid Speed Attack
Serious Speed Speed
Sassy Sp. Def Speed

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1542178307245{padding-right: 16px !important;}”]Most players use pokemon let’s go nature to lowers a statistic that your pokemon doesn’t really need. Mewtwo, for example a god tier pokemon – primarily uses Sp. Attack moves, which makes its ideal pokemon nature to be Mild, one that decreases it’s Defense and raises it’s Sp. Attack.

Quickly find the nature that would be most ideal for your pokemon.


Find Pokemon Natures by Stats
− Sp. Attack − Sp. Defense − Speed − Attack − Defense
+ Sp. Attack Bashful Rash Quiet Modest Mild
+ Sp. Defense Careful Quirky Sassy Calm Gentle
+ Speed Jolly Naive Serious Timid Hasty
+ Attack Adamant Naughty Brave Hardy Lonely
+ Defense Impish Lax Relaxed Bold Docile

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Located within the Celadon City’s PokéMart is an NPC that can force a specific type of nature on wild pokemon you encounter for the day at the cost of 10,000. Credit for this Table Data goes to a Twitter user by the name of @ mattyoukhana_.

Madam Celadon Nature Outcome Table
Choice 1 Choice 2 Nature Stat Change
Red Red Hardy Neutral
Red Yellow Lonely +Atk/-Def
Red Blue Adamant +Atk/-SpA
Red Green Naughty +Atk/-SpD
Red Pink Brave +Atk/-Spe
Yellow Red Bold +Def/-Atk
Yellow Yellow Docile Neutral
Yellow Blue Impish +Def/-SpA
Yellow Green Lax +Def/-SpD
Yellow Pink Relaxed +Def/-Spe
Blue Red Modest +SpA/-Atk
Blue Yellow Mild +SpA/-Def
Blue Blue Bashful Neutral
Blue Green Rash +SpA/-SpD
Blue Pink Quiet +SpA/-Spe
Green Red Calm +SpD/-Atk
Green Yellow Gentle +SpD/-Def
Green Blue Careful +SpD/-SpA
Green Green Quirky Neutral
Green Pink Sassy +SpD/-Spe
Pink Red Timid +Spe/-Atk
Pink Yellow Hasty +Spe/-Def
Pink Blue Jolly +Spe/-SpA
Pink Green Naive +Spe/-SpD
Pink Pink Serious Neutral


Pokemon Lets Go Evolution Chart

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