Relaxed Nature Pokemon: The Calm and Collected Companions
Relaxed nature Pokémon are known for their calm and collected demeanor.
They are not easily flustered or agitated, and they take things in stride. This makes them a great choice for trainers who want a reliable and steady companion. I mean isn’t that what we all want?
One of the most notable characteristics of Relaxed nature Pokémon is their high defense stat. This means that they are able to take more hits in battle, making them ideal for tanking and absorbing damage for their team.
This makes them brilliant for beginners like us who aren’t as quick as some players in the battles!
They also have a slightly lower speed stat, which means they may move slower in battle, but this can also be a benefit as it allows them to avoid some enemy moves.
Some popular Relaxed nature Pokémon include Snorlax, Steelix, and Hippowdon. Snorlax is a popular choice for trainers due to its high defense and special defense stats, as well as its ability to learn a variety of moves such as Body Slam and Rest.
Steelix is another great choice, with its high defense stat and immunity to Ground-type moves.
And Hippowdon, a Ground-type Pokémon, has a high defense and special defense stat and its ability to learn moves like Earthquake and Slack Off.
In addition to their battle capabilities, Relaxed nature Pokémon also make great companions outside of battle.
They are easygoing and content, and they enjoy spending time with their trainers. They are also known for their love of food, so be prepared to keep your Relaxed nature Pokémon well-fed!
The full pokemon natures chart lays out all pokemon natures.
Inverse of Hasty
Likes Sour; good for Tough
Hates Sweet; bad for Cute
Battle Style Preferences
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