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How to see the way nature affects stats cheat for Pokemon White

How to see the way nature affects stats

Heres something that might be useful if you want a Pokemon that strong in one stat. This is also a really good way to see what stat is your weakest. In Pokemon Black and White, like in Heart Gold and Soul Silver when you look at your Pokemon's stats, you'll notice that a couple of the stats seem to have a different color. Its a very slight difference and you may be able to see it only under certain light. One stat will be a red color while the other will be a blue color. If your Pokemon has a neutral nature you won't see this at all, all the stats will be the same. This color difference tells you how your Pokemon nature affects it's stats as it levels up. The red means that stat will grow stronger, while the blue means your Pokemon will not grow as quickly in that stat as it normally would.
Edited: Mar 12 2011

Added by: Ninetailed Fox
Mar 7th 2011, ID#15357


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15 comments, latest first.
Aug 29th 2014 Guest
Thank you Naruto. Or should I call you ninetailed fox. Either way, arigatou gozaimasu
ID #441943
Apr 8th 2013 Guest
Does it affect the final outcome of a fully leveled pokemons stats? Or does the stat just grow slower or faster during the process?
ID #271729
Sep 14th 2012 Guest
ya i know right
ID #185895
Aug 11th 2012 Guest
It is red= strong and blue = weak
ID #174678
Jul 18th 2012 Guest
If you guys get confused by the red and blue colors, look on the PC (in the game) and select "HELP."
ID #165866
May 22nd 2012 Guest
Thats what they just said duh! Reply above ^
ID #144552
Nov 10th 2011 Guest
So does this mean you can't ev train the blue one? I have a palpitoad adamant nature(attack red, sp. Atk blue). Will I only. Be able to ev train the atk?
ID #86404
Jul 16th 2011 darkrais_master
'some pokemon are just naturally goood at one thing. Like Servine and speed'

Yes because the EV yield is fixed to 2.
ID #58412
Jun 27th 2011 Guest
some pokemon are just naturally goood at one thing. Like Servine and speed
ID #52645
Apr 2nd 2011 shadowmycat
there's no code. it just happens, and it's like that in both Black, White, and Pokemon Heart gold and soul silver
ID #35435
Mar 27th 2011 Guest
weres the code
ID #34424
Mar 25th 2011 Guest
this is very useful
ID #34135
Mar 23rd 2011 moolego2
true true true
ID #33820
Mar 17th 2011 Guest
Yeah but this is B/W not HG SS pay attention in battle, when anythig raises your stats little red balls/whatever you want to calll them appears and when your stat is lowered a blue indicator appears
ID #33007
Mar 10th 2011 Guest
umm... im preety sure it was the other way around, blue means weak and red means strong. at least it was like this on HG/SS.
ID #32059
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