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#282 Gardevoir
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Gardevoir's appearance in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
Category Embrace Pokémon
Original Region Hoenn
National Dex Nr. #282
Hoenn Dex Nr. #006
Sinnoh #159
Kalos #066
Generation 3
Pokémon Color White
Type(s) Psychic/Fairy
Ability/ies Synchronize, Trace (Hidden: Telepathy)
Average Height 5'03"
Average Weight 106.7 lbs.
Evolves From Kirlia
Evolves Into N/A

#282 Mega Gardevoir
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Mega Gardevoir's artwork for Pokémon X and Y.
Category Embrace Pokémon
Original Region Hoenn
National Dex Nr. #282
Hoenn Dex Nr. #006
Type(s) Psychic/Fairy
Ability/ies Pixilate
Average Height 5'03"
Average Weight 106.7 lbs.
Mega Stone Gardevoirite
Discovered in Kalos

Gardevoir, known in Japan as サーナイト (Sirknight) is a Psychic/Fairy-type Pokémon and is native to Hoenn. It evolves from Kirlia and is one of the final evolutions of Ralts. Its male counterpart is Gallade.

It can turn into Mega Gardevoir through Mega Evolution, and the required Mega Stone is known as Gardevoirite.

BiologyEdit

StatisticsEdit

Base Stats
HP
 
68
Attack
 
65
Defense
 
65
Sp. Attack
 
125
Sp. Defense
 
115
Speed
 
80
Total
 
518

Base Stats
HP
 
68
Attack
 
85
Defense
 
65
Sp. Attack
 
165
Sp. Defense
 
135
Speed
 
100
Total
 
618

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Gardevoir is the first official Pokémon from a branched evolution capable of Mega Evolving. The second one that is discovered is Slowbro.
  • Its Mega Evolution has the highest Base Special Attack of all official Fairy-type Pokémon, as well as the highest Base Stat Total of all official non-Legendary Psychic- and Fairy-type Pokémon.

OriginEdit

Gardevoir takes resemblance to a principal dancer. It also resembles a style of traditional Japanese dolls known as anesama ningyou. It also has shades of a guardian angel, due to its protective nature over its Trainer .

Name OriginEdit

Gardevoir is possibly a play on garde (French for guard) and devoir (French for duty). It could also come from garder (French verb for to keep) and voir (French verb for to see). The latter can be found back in its Pokédex entries, which describes Gardevoir willing to protect its Trainer all costs, and that Gardevoir has the ability to see into the future.

Sirknight may be taken to mean さあ、ナイト saa, naito ("come, knight") or may be a combination of sir and knight.

Names in other LanguagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Japaneseサーナイト
Sirknight
From either さあ、ナイト saa, naito or sir and knight
GermanGuardevoirFrom the English name.


National Pokédex
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← #281: Kirlia
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#282: Gardevoir
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#283: Surskit →

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