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Pokemon Let’s Go: Best Nature for Bulbasaur


Pokemon Let’s Go: Best Nature for Bulbasaur

Best Nature for Bulbasaur in Pokemon Let’s Go

There’s more to Pokemon Let’s Go than just a new coat of paint. The updated version also adds cool gameplay mechanics from more modern Pokemon games, like natures. Here’s the best nature for Bulbasaur in Pokemon Let’s Go.

Natures weren’t in the original Red/Blue/Yellow series, so if you’re returning from a long hiatus from Pokemon for this particular nostalgia trip, then let’s first get you up to date.

Natures were added during the Generation 3 (Sapphire/Ruby) of Pokemon as a way of increasing specific statistics of your Pokemon. Obviously, they play a pretty important role in Let’s Go.

As for their effect, they increase a certain stat by 10% while decreasing another by the same value. So there’s a bit of strategy as to which is the best for taking advantage of a certain Pokemon’s best attributes.

It’s worth keeping in mind that you can only have one nature assigned to each Pokemon, and there are a total of 25.

In the case of Bulbasaur, the best build is one that revolves around defense. This is because Bulbasaur’s final form, Venusaur, has an excellent defense that you can take advantage of in combination with the right nature.

Therefore, our pick would be Bold for a defensive-style with special attacks (+defense, – attack) or Impish for a defensive style with physical attacks (+ defense, -special attack).

Alternatively, the Timid nature could be used for a pure speed build ( +speed, – attack) if you’re more interested in an offensive build.

That’s all the information you should need about what the best nature for Bulbasaur is in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. For more useful guides on the game, check out our Pokemon Let’s Go wiki page.

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