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 Do Natures really matter? 
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I know natures give bonuses to different stats, but you can give vitamins to them to even the stats out or make their best stat even better. Please give your opinions.


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I think a differance of 10% is enough to turn the tide of a battle.

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also enough to hurt u

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They sure as hell do.


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ShadowTyranitar wrote:
They sure as hell do.
isnt this a kiddie friendly forum?
just think about an adamant rampardos
471 max w/ a beneficial nature
429 max w/ a neutral nature
386 w/ a bad nature
thats a heck of a a difference

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Ummm ok, I'm not arguing at all, I know there's a difference.


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Yes most definitely they do.

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I know natures give bonuses to different stats, but you can give vitamins to them to even the stats out or make their best stat even better. Please give your opinions.

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Ten% difference, Natures matter very much.
A mixed sweeper, Heatran for example, can be given a Brave nature to even out the Attack/Special attack diference, Although It's speed will be 90% of a nuetral nature. Vitamins help EVs, But only work to 100 Evs in each stat. Therefore you must do the rest manually.


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Of course they help.


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Natures can increase your stats by a good amount, and all vitamins do are give 10 EVs...

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Guys, he obviously just doesn't know how evs work.

Vitamins do raise stats, by a set number. The most you can can in a stat is 63 extra points, but if you have a good nature.

That stat And the 63 extra points combined get an extra 10% boost.

Is there an ev training guide on psypoke? I forget.


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If you want to look at it a different way.......,,,,

The nature only matters when you are feeding the Pokemon PokeBlocks or Poffins.
The nature determines which category you will have the best chance of winning in a contest.

But this is not always true, my Tyranitar has a Master Ribbon for both Cool and Tough contests.


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Pillage wrote:
Yes most definitely they do.

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I know natures give bonuses to different stats, but you can give vitamins to them to even the stats out or make their best stat even better. Please give your opinions.

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To Pillage:There really is no reason to be rude. the question was asked politely.

To Fettjunker: I would advise checking the psylab on ev training. they have a great stat calculator there that will show you the difference first hand so you can see for yourself. Natures really do make a huge difference, especially if you're using a speed nature to get that extra attack in that can mean winning or losing. there is also an explanation on vitamins in the ev section


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Thanks guys


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Natures do mader a lot.

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MissingNo_Is_My_Friend wrote:
If you want to look at it a different way.......,,,,

The nature only matters when you are feeding the Pokemon PokeBlocks or Poffins.
The nature determines which category you will have the best chance of winning in a contest.

But this is not always true, my Tyranitar has a Master Ribbon for both Cool and Tough contests.


This statement is just way off topic. Sure, that matters for serious contentants or for getting Milotic, but natures really do matter alot. They boost one stat by 10%, but drop another 10%. Really, there's no reason not to take advantage of your stats, because there's usually a stat that you really don't need, anyways. If you're training a Special Sweeper Mewtwo, you're best off with either a Modest or Timid, and if you're training a Physical Sweeper Weavile, you're best off with either Adamant, Lonely, or Jolly. Truly, it depends on the Pokemon, but it's very important, despite how little 10% seems like. It always pays off in the end, and good efforts are really going to pay off.


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Fettjunker's question was answered, so there is no need for this thread to continue (even though you did make a good point, bjk_personal).


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