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Old 05-24-2007, 10:26 PM
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Default Re: Commonly used Pokemon and their benefical natures

What about Torterra? Mine's quiet right now but I could bread (don't really want to though, perfect IVs in attack and 28 in def!).
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Old 05-24-2007, 10:29 PM
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magmortar: modest
electivire: adamant
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Alright list updated, thanks. Also, as people have been doing so, I guess people can ask their questions about beneficial natures in here as well. Torterra depends on its move set.
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On sweepers, you dont usally want Adament or Modest. Timid or Jolly is usally better, as you need that first hit most of the time.
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Old 05-24-2007, 11:41 PM
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On sweepers, you dont usally want Adament or Modest. Timid or Jolly is usally better, as you need that first hit most of the time.
Please tell me which ones to correct (as I'm doing my best to answer, but I'm not claiming to be any authority on this, and I'm just adding to the list whatever anyone says, if it is found out to be not the best, I'll fix it, as I will do now if you tell me what to fix)
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Please tell me which ones to correct (as I'm doing my best to answer, but I'm not claiming to be any authority on this, and I'm just adding to the list whatever anyone says, if it is found out to be not the best, I'll fix it, as I will do now if you tell me what to fix)
Mainly things like Electivire, Garchomp, Salamence, and any Choice Bander/Choice Specs, will want an increase speed -the attack type it dosnt use. Like Timid on Gengar, Jolly on things like Heracross, Aerodactyl, Salamence, Garchomp, Electivire, Weavile and Dragonite. On things like Tyranitar, you may want an Adament just because hes so slow its hard to make a real diffrence in his speed <.<. Although some perfer to get 199-201 speed on TTar on the DDance set.
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Even though I'm training a female Mild natured Snorunt for a Froslass at the moment, wouldn't Modest good as well?
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What about Abomasnow? Do any of you have some ideas for it?
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Even though I'm training a female Mild natured Snorunt for a Froslass at the moment, wouldn't Modest good as well?
Yeah, Modest would be fine. It doesn't use it's attack anyway so a - there wouldn't matter.

PorygonZ-Modest
Blissey-Bold
Tyranitar-Adamant
Metagross-Adamant
Togekiss-Timid/Modest
Leafeon-Jolly
Glaceon-Modest

^Those are what I pretty much consider standard and the best natures for those pokemon.
Sorry, I really don't know Abamasnow that well to help you out.
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Old 05-25-2007, 12:23 AM
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Abomasnow has really slow speed, so anything that increases attack/special attack (depending on move set), meaning brave would be a good nature for it (plus attack, minus speed), or Quiet (Plus special attack, minus speed). Someone feel free to correct me on this.
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Okay, how about Hippowdon; Defense / HP - based?
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Old 05-25-2007, 11:37 PM
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A relaxed nature would work best for that seeing as how Hippowdown is not built for speed anyway.
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Right now my Eevee has an Impish Nature, which is good because I'm going to evolve it into an Umbreon.

How about...Flygon? An attack raising nature, right? >>
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Right now my Eevee has an Impish Nature, which is good because I'm going to evolve it into an Umbreon.

How about...Flygon? An attack raising nature, right? >>
Adamant - Makes a good Physical Sweeper.
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Old 05-25-2007, 11:45 PM
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Ah. Well, thanks then. I'll have to find a Trapinch with that nature.
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