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Where to find Nature Mints in Pokémon Scarlet & Violet


Natural Mints can be found or purchased in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Finding them is more trouble than they’re worth, as players will earn a lot of money by raiding or farming items in the overworld. These mints are unlocked after earning six badges and will be available at any Chansey Supply store regardless of city. This is everything players need to know about the Natural Mints in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

How to get Natural Mints in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Screenshot from Pro Game Guides

Nature Mints can be purchased from the Chansey Supply store in most cities in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet after earning six Gym Badges. The easiest route to get through the Victory Road gyms won’t take long if players do a few Tera Raids along the way or only use a handful of Pokemon. Each Nature Mint will cost 20,000 Pokédollars or LP and can get quite expensive if players don’t earn a lot of money.

Related: How to check the IVs of a Pokémon in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

The way Nature Mints work is by keeping the natural nature the same but giving the effects of a different nature. This has one stat increased by 30% while another is reduced by 30% and can give Pokemon a huge advantage. They are found in the item bag in the Other Items category and it is recommended to do some research on what nature would suit a Pokémon best before using it due to its cost. This is what each Nature will do:

Nature increased stat decreased stat
lonely Attack Defending
Sign Attack special attack
Mischievous Attack Special Defense
Bravo Attack Speed
Bold Defending Attack
Mischievous Defending special attack
Loose Defending Special Defense
Relaxed Defending Speed
Modest special attack Attack
Tempered special attack Defending
Rash special attack Special Defense
Calm special attack Speed
Calm Special Defense Attack
Gentle Special Defense Defending
Careful Special Defense special attack
Bold Special Defense Speed
Shy Speed Attack
Hurried on Speed Defending
Cheerful Speed special attack
Naive Speed Special Defense
Resistant
Docile
Shy
Peculiar
I laughed

For nature guides on starter Pokémon, check out Best Nature for Sprigatito, Bloomcat, and Meowscarade in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet in Pro Game Guides.

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