Best Nature for Bombirdier in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

This bird is absolutely the bomb.

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet gives players plenty of options for Pokémon to choose from for their team. Whether they decide to add some new Pokémon to the mix or instead stick to tried and true fan favorites, the game has a good pool of both to pick from. When in the beginning stages of gathering a good team of Pokémon, it's worthwhile to take some time and determine which Natures best suit each monster. Players who would like some help with these Natures can continue reading below to find the best Nature for Bombirdier in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

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What is the best Nature for Bombirdier in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Bombirdier is a standalone, like Klawf, with Flying and Dark-typing. It has pretty average stats across the board, with the exception of its Attack and Special Attack. Since it has a high Attack and relatively low Special Attack, it would be a good idea to hunt down a Bombirdier that can play into its strengths. It may also be a good avenue to improve Bombirdier's Speed so that it can deal out powerful attacks before its enemies.

  • Adamant (+Attack, -Special Attack)
  • Jolly (+Speed, -Special Attack)

It is also worth noting that Bombirdier doesn't have any naturally obtained Special moves, so it is especially important for this Pokémon to avoid putting any emphasis on Special Attack. For this reason, the best Natures for Bombirdier would be Adamant or Jolly.

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How to choose the best Nature in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet

Those on the lookout for the best Natures for Pokémon should keep a couple of factors in mind: personal playstyle, the Pokémon's base stats, and its move pool. The Nature that players choose should generally build upon its best stats while simultaneously playing within the bounds of the Pokémon's move pool.

It is necessary to look over the Pokémon's move pool to make sure that it has the moves needed to take advantage of its Nature. A Pokémon that does not have access to great Special Attacks should not be given a Nature that increases its Special Attack stat. The chart below can help players make a better decision on which Nature is right for them.

Best Nature Chart in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

NatureIncreased StatDecreased Stat
AdamantAttackSpecial Attack
NaughtyAttackSpecial Defense
ImpishDefenseSpecial Attack
LaxDefenseSpecial Defense
ModestSpecial AttackAttack
MildSpecial AttackDefense
RashSpecial AttackSpecial Defense
QuietSpecial AttackSpeed
CalmSpecial DefenseAttack
GentleSpecial DefenseDefense
CarefulSpecial DefenseSpecial Attack
SassySpecial DefenseSpeed
JollySpeedSpecial Attack
NaiveSpeedSpecial Defense

Interested in other helpful Pokémon Scarlet and Violet guides and want to read more? Check out Best Nature for Greavard and Houndstone in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet on Pro Game Guides!

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