A Pokémon’s nature is determined when it is generated or caught, and it cannot be changed. There are 25 different natures in total.
The Brave nature Pokemon nature is a nature that increases the Attack stat and decreases its Speed stat. A Pokémon with the Brave (like the ones we’ve listed below) will have a higher Attack stat but a lower Speed stat compared to others with a different nature.
For example, if a Pokémon with the Brave nature has an Attack stat of 100 and a Speed stat of 100, it will have an Attack stat of 110 and a Speed stat of 90. Happy days!
Natures can be helpful when trying to build a strong Pokémon team, as they can help to balance out stats and give a specific role in battle.
But, they are not the only factor that determines a Pokémon’s strength, other factors such as its moveset, ability, and IVs (individual values) also play a role.
The full pokemon natures chart lays out all pokemon natures.
Inverse of Timid
Likes Spicy; good for Cool
Hates Sweet; bad for Cute
Battle Style Preferences
These only affect the Battle Palace and Verdanturf Battle Tent.
> 50% HP70% Attack
< 50% HP32% Attack
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