Pokemon Scarlet and Violet: Best Nature for Koraidon & Miraidon

Koraidon and Miraidon utilize different natures to efficiently boost their moves with the former favoring Attack-buffing natures, and the latter Special Attack ones.

Koraidon and Miraidon are the exclusive legendaries of Generation 9, with Koraidon only being available in Pokemon Scarlet and Miraidon in Pokemon Violet.

Despite being legendaries, they aren’t on the list of the 10 strongest Pokemon in Generation 9. Consider checking out our article to find which 10 Pokemon managed to outrank these powerful legendaries.

In this guide, I will explain the best nature for Koraidon and Miraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

The Best Nature for Koraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Using Koraidon as a mount in Pokemon Scarlet.

Koraidon is a Pokemon that thrives with the stats of Attack and Speed. Due to that, any nature that buffs those two is a great choice for Koraidon.

The best nature for Koraidon is Adamant. This is because it buffs the Attack stat that Koraidon needs while reducing the irrelevant Special Attack stat. If you can get any nature, Adamant should be your go-to choice.

For secondary options, any nature that increases Attack without reducing Speed is a solid choice. This includes Lonely (+Attack, -Defense) and Naughty (+Attack, -Special Defense).

Keep in mind that these two natures have the setback of reducing Koraidon’s defensive stats, thus making it more vulnerable to certain moves.

Lastly, Speed-buffing natures are also solid choices, as long as they don’t reduce the Attack stat. Specifically, Jolly (+Speed, -Special Attack) is the best choice, with Hasty (+Speed, -Defense) and Naive (+Speed, -Special Defense) coming right after.

The Best Nature for Miraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Using Miraidon as a mount in Pokemon Violet.

Contrary to Koraidon, Miraidon focuses on the stats of Special Attack and Speed. Natures that buff these two stats make great choices for this legendary.

The best nature for Koraidon is Modest. This is because it buffs the Special Attack stat that Miraidon wants while reducing the useless Attack stat. If you can get any nature, always go for Modest.

For secondary options, any nature that increases Special Attack without reducing Speed is a solid choice. This includes Mild(+Special Attack, -Defense) and Rash(+Special Attack, -Special Defense).

Keep in mind that these two natures have the setback of reducing Miraidon’s defensive stats, thus making it more vulnerable to certain moves.

Finally, natures that increase the Speed stat are also solid options. Timid (+Speed, -Attack) is the best choice, with Hasty (+Speed, -Defense) and Naive (+Speed, -Special Defense) coming right after.

The Worst Nature for Koraidon and Miraidon

If you’re not interested in min-maxing your Pokemon, just make sure to avoid the worst natures as much as possible.

Specifically, Koraidon should avoid any natures that decrease the Attack stat. These include the following.

  • Bold (+Defense, -Attack)
  • Timid (+Speed, -Attack)
  • Modest (+Special Attack, -Attack)
  • Calm (+Special Defense, -Attack)

On the other hand, Miraidon should avoid any natures that decrease the Special Attack stat, These include the following.

  • Adamant (+Attack, -Special Attack)
  • Impish (+Defense, -Special Attack)
  • Jolly (+Speed, -Special Attack)
  • Careful (+Special Defense, -Special Attack)

Lastly, both Pokemon should avoid any natures that reduce the Speed stat. These include the following.

  • Brave (+Attack, -Speed)
  • Relaxed (+Defense, -Speed)
  • Quiet (+Special Attack, -Speed)
  • Sassy (+Special Defense, -Speed)

All in all, each Pokemon should avoid 8 specific natures that reduce their preferred stats.

Conclusion

To sum up, that’s everything you need to know about the best nature for Koraidon and Miraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Koraidon’s best nature is Adamant, while Miraidon’s is Modest. Other than these two, each Pokemon has various great choices for nature. Similarly, both of them have natures they should avoid as much as possible.

Now that you’ve learned about their best nature, consider checking out our guide on how to ride Koraidon and Miraidon and unlock all their mount abilities.

What do you think about the game-exclusive legendaries? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

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