Timid Nature Pokemon: The Shy but Powerful Companions
They are known for their shy and timid personalities, hence the name! Shock!
They are hesitant and easily frightened, but this does not mean they are weak.
In fact, Timid nature Pokémon can be some of the most powerful companions for trainers who are willing to work with them and help them overcome their fears.
One of the most notable characteristics of Timid nature Pokémon is their high-speed stat which is great run! You can outrun loads of other pokemon! Especially the relaxed type!
They have a slightly lower attack stat, which means they may not hit as hard in battle, but this can also be a benefit as it allows them to avoid some enemy moves. Plus you can hit more often so if speed is your friend then get the timid nature pokemon.
Some popular Timid nature Pokémon include Jolteon, Alakazam, and Gardevoir. Jolteon is a popular choice for trainers due to its high-speed stat and its ability to learn a variety of moves such as Thunderbolt and Hidden Power.
And Gardevoir, a Psychic type Pokemon, has a high-speed stat and the ability to learn moves like Psychic and Moonblast.
In addition to their battle capabilities, Timid nature Pokémon also make great companions outside of battle.
They are shy and timid, but with patience and understanding, trainers can help them build confidence and overcome their fears. They are also known for their intelligence and quick thinking.
The full pokemon natures chart lays out all pokemon natures.
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