Pokémon Let’s Go Fortune Teller: How To Change Nature With Madam Celadon

Pokémon Let's Go Fortune Teller Screenshot

Wander into the Pokémon Center in Celadon City, and, in Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee!, you can meet the Fortune Teller, Madam Celadon.

For the first time in the series, the Fortune Teller presents players with the chance to control the Nature for any future Pokémon that they encounter. After asking whether she should foresee the Nature of fateful Pokémon that you are yet to meet, the Fortune Teller will ask you to part with 10,000 Poké Dollars before letting you know your fate.

Of course, there has to be some air of mystery about it all, and you will have to answer two questions. You will first be asked which colour flower you want to water and the second question will then ask which flower you want to thin out. These colours relate to particular stats, whether that be Red (Attack), Yellow (Defense), Blue (Sp. Atk), Green (Sp. Def) or Pink (Speed).

The different colour combinations that you choose to water and thin out will let you determine which Nature, and, despite how unhelpfully vague it all is, we’ve broken down everything to help simplify it.

It’s also worth taking a moment to appreciate the Fortune Teller’s magical chant: “Meeting, greeting, every time so fleeting! Hello, good-bye, every day beneath the sky! Nay-cha, hey-cha, wouldn’t wanna day-cha! Abra! Kadabra! Nature is so fab-wha!”

List of Pokémon Let’s Go Fortune Teller Colour Combinations

Red (Water) and Yellow (Thin) = Lonely
Red (Water) and Blue (Thin) = Adamant
Red (Water) and Red (Thin) = Hardy
Red (Water) and Green (Thin) = Naughty
Red (Water) and Pink (Thin) = Brave

Yellow (Water) and Red (Thin) = Bold
Yellow (Water) and Yellow (Thin) = Docile
Yellow (Water) and Blue (Thin) = Impish
Yellow (Water) and Green (Thin) = Lax
Yellow (Water) and Pink (Thin) = Relaxed

Blue (Water) and Red (Thin) = Modest
Blue (Water) and Yellow (Thin) = Mild
Blue (Water) and Blue (Thin) = Bashful
Blue (Water) and Green (Thin) = Rash
Blue (Water) and Pink (Thin) = Quiet

Green (Water) and Red (Thin) = Calm
Green (Water) and Yellow (Thin) = Gentle
Green (Water) and Blue (Thin) = Careful
Green (Water) and Green (Thin) = Quirky
Green (Water) and Pink (Thin) = Sassy

Pink (Water) and Red (Thin) = Timid
Pink (Water) and Yellow (Thin) = Hasty
Pink (Water) and Blue (Thin) = Jolly
Pink (Water) and Green (Thin) = Naive
Pink (Water) and Pink (Thin) = Serious

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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