In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, there are hundreds of creatures to add to your collection. While catching them is half the fun, finding the best natures for your allies makes them a force on the battlefield. Find out what natures work best for the Gen IX Pokemon, Revavroom, here.
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Best Natures for Revavroom
As a Pokemon with some balanced stats, Revavroom has several options when building his stats. You have two build options here, each viable in a fight.
Those who want to focus on an offensive Revavroom can choose one of two options. The Adamant nature is a solid choice to lean into the Attack stat. On the other hand, the Jolly nature works great for fighters looking for a boost of speed. Because Revavroom’s Attack stat is already so high, we went with the Jolly nature when building this Pokemon.
If you want an ally with a more balanced set of skills, one other option is on the table. Those who want a well-rounded fighter would do well to choose the Impish nature, as it raises the Defense stat of this Pokemon. These Revavroom may not hit as hard as ones with the Adamant nature, but they’ll outlast others in a battle of attrition.
Worst Natures for Revavroom
While some natures work well for Revavroom, others are poor fits for this Pokemon. If you find yourself with any of the options below, we suggest changing the nature of your Revavroom or finding another. You can swap any Pokemon’s nature with a mint, which you can find at the Chansey Supply shop in Montenevera. These are pricey items, though, running players $20,000 per mint.
Because Revavroom needs to focus on the Attack and Speed stats as an offensive fighter, any nature that lowers these options is a no-go. This is especially true for natures that give boosts that this Pokemon can’t use. Any nature focusing on Special Attack is pointless, so options like Modest and Quiet are out of the question.
If the balance build is your focus, avoid the Mild nature, as it lowers Defense while giving a boost to Special Attack, a stat that Revavaroom can’t use.
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