In the Pokémon games, a Pokémon’s “nature” determines its personality and affects its stats. The Adamant nature is one of the possible natures a Pokémon can have.
An Adamant nature pokemon have an increased attack stat but a decreased special attack stat. They also tend to have a more serious and determined personality.
For example, if a Pokémon with an Adamant nature were to be a Charizard, it might have higher physical attack power but lower special attack power compared to a Charizard with a different nature.
Its personality might also be more serious and focused compared to a Charizard with a more laid-back nature.
It is important to consider a Pokémon’s nature when training it, as the nature can greatly affect its capabilities in battle.
Different natures may be more or less suited to different playstyles and strategies.
The full pokemon natures chart lays out all pokemon natures.
Inverse of Modest
-10% Special Attack
Likes Spicy; good for Cool
Hates Dry; bad for Beauty
Battle Style Preferences
These only affect the Battle Palace and Verdanturf Battle Tent.> 50% HP38% Attack
< 50% HP70% Attack
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