Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Best Natures for Cyclizar

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Cycilizar by not be the lizard Pokemon that you drive around the Paldea region in, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be part of your core team in other ways. Catching a Cyclizar with a nature that boosts it’s most vital stats is super important. Cyclizar does not evolve either, so any nature that is good for Cyclizar will matter all the way up and into the high levels. Let’s take a look at the best natures and worst natures for Cyclizar.

Best Natures for Cyclizar

Pokemon Cyclizar best natures
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Adamant+Attack/-Special Attack
Jolly+Speed/-Special Attack

Cyclizar are generally best used as offense-heavy physical attackers. Their best-learned moves deal physical damage, and they’re all about getting the first hit with their naturally faster speeds. To lean into the strengths of Cyclizar, it is best to find an Adamant or Jolly Cyclizar. Each will increase one of their two favored stats, while only lowering their rarely used Special Attack stat.

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Worst Natures for Cyclizar

Cyclizar standing on a bridge
Screenshot by Radiant G
Quiet+Special Attack/-Speed
Modest+Special Attack/-Attack

Due to Cyclizar’s focus on physical attacks, natures that raise the Special Attack stat of Cyclizar are to be avoided at all costs. This is because every other stat is more important to Cyclizar’s build, and you don’t want to lower them. That said, the two absolute worst natures are Quiet and Modest, as they lower the two stats you want to be the highest on a Cyclizar.

Overall, Cyclizar should be fast and furious, and you want natures that play into that, not hinder it. As long as you keep that in mind when picking your natures, you should be good to go.

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