Gardevoir (#0282) | Stats, Evolutions, Moveset, Locations, Battle Strategies

Gardevoir pokemon
Jul 4, 2024 Reading time : 14 min

Gardevoir is a graceful Psychic and Fairy-type Pokémon that looks like a ballet dancer. It has extremely high special attack and special defense stats, making it a powerful teammate.

By using attacks like Confusion and Psychic, Gardevoir can really mess with its opponent’s heads and be tough to beat. Some trainers even pair it up with their Charizard for extra firepower. Read on to learn all about Gardevoir’s full range of skills, the best strategies in battle, and why it makes such a strong ally to have on your team.

About Gardevoir

Gardevoir
National Pokédex No.#0282
TypePsychicFairy
SpeciesEmbrace Pokémon
Height1.6 m (5′03″)
Weight48.4 kg (106.7 lbs)
AbilitiesSynchronize
Trace
Telepathy (hidden ability)
Other NamesJapanese: サーナイト (Sirnight)
German: Guardevoir
Korean: 가디안 (Gadian)

Gardevoir appeared first in Generation III, while its mega evolution form was introduced in Generation VI. From that point, they continued to make appearances till the last generation. Here is a list of Gardevoir’s Pokédex numbers in different generations, with respective regions and series.

GenerationRegionSeriesPokédex No.
Gen IIIHoennRuby/Sapphire/Emerald#031
Gen IVJohtoPlatinum#159
Gen VNo Index
Gen VICentral KalosX/Y#066
Gen VIHoennOmega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire#031
Gen VIINo Index
Gen VIIIGalarSword/Shield#122
Gen VIIIIsle of ArmorSword/Shield#036
Gen VIIIHisuiLegends: Arceus#103
Gen IXPaldeaScarlet/Violet#64
Gen IXKitakamiScarlet/Violet (The Teal Mask)#59
It has no index in the Kanto, Johto, Unova, Alola, and Blueberry regions.

Origins and Lore

The name Gardevoir provides clues to its role – the ‘garde’ part refers to guarding, while ‘voir’ means to see. It may also point to its psychic senses. As a ballet dancer and knight mixed together, Gardevoir represents chivalry and empathy. Mega Gardevoir takes on more of a ballroom dancer form.

With its wispy white dress, some see a connection to spirits or a protecting angel. As a fairy-type focused on caring for its trainer, it takes on guardian-like attributes. Since its debut, each region has added new lore about Gardevoir’s origins in their Pokédex entries. Keep an eye out for mentions of its loyal friend Arcanine too in the legends shared across different lands.

Pokédex Entries
Generation III
FireRedHas the ability to foretell the future. Its strength peaks when it is defending its Trainer.
LeafGreen
EmeraldIt evidently does not experience the pull of gravity as it lifts itself with psychic power. And it will sacrifice its life to save its Trainer.
RubyGardevoir has the power to predict the future. If it foresees any danger to its Trainer, this Pokémon is prepared to discharge its psychokinetic energy at its maximum power.
SapphireGardevoir has the psychokinetic power to bend the dimensions and form a small black hole. This Pokémon will try to guard its Trainer even at the cost of its own life.
Generation IV
DiamondIt has the ability to foretell the future. Its strength peaks when it is defending its Trainer.
Pearl
PlatinumTo defend its Trainer, it will deploy all its psychic power to form a small black hole.
HeartGoldIt radiates psychokinetic energy at peak power when shielding a Trainer it has connected closely with.
SoulSilver
Generation V
BlackTo defend its Trainer, it will deploy all its psychic power to form a small black hole.
White
Black 2
White 2
Generation VI
XTo defend its Trainer, it will deploy all its psychic power to form a small black hole.
YHas the ability to foretell the future. Its strength peaks when it is defending its Trainer.
Omega RubyGardevoir has the power to predict the future. If it anticipates potential danger to its Trainer, this Pokémon is said to release its psychokinetic energy at peak power.
Alpha SapphireGardevoir has the psychokinetic power to bend the dimensions and form a small black hole. This Pokémon will try to guard its Trainer even at the cost of its own life.
Generation VII
No Entries
Generation VIII
SwordIt can foretell the future. Its strength peaks when it is defending its Trainer.
ShieldTo defend its Trainer, it will deploy all its psychic power to form a small black hole.
Brilliant DiamondIt will try to protect its beloved Trainer with its life. It has the power to predict the future.
Shining Pearl
Legends: ArceusThis Pokemon will devote itself to protecting a master it has come to love. Its pure white gown, reminiscent of those adorned by ladies of nobility, is the attire of one who is ready to risk their life.
Generation IX
ScarletTo defend its Trainer, it will deploy all its psychic power to form a small black hole.
VioletIt radiates psychokinetic energy at peak power when shielding a Trainer it has connected closely with.

Biology and Behavior

Gardevoir stands out from most Pokémon with its almost human-like appearance. The long white dress and flowy frills circling its torso give it a very feminine look. Thin, pointed legs and a short hairstyle that partially covers its eyes complete the effect.

Adding to the mask-like face are small spikes behind each eye that could be part of a masquerade costume. Crimson horns protrude from its front and back too – said to be directly connected to its heart. Some even say the horn shape resembles a heart being pierced right through its chest.
So whether partnering with a trusted Pikachu Pokémon or on its own, Gardevoir’s uniquely humanoid form sets it apart from the crowd.

Details for Starters
Catch Rate45 (5.9   using PokeBall on full HP)
Growth RateSlow
Base Exp. Points208 (Gen 3-4), 233 (Gen 5-7), 259 (Gen 8-9)
Total Exp. Points1,250,000
Base Friendship (Happiness)Gen 2: 70, Gen 3-9: 35 (Low)
EV Yield3
EV Yield Distribution
HPAttackDefenseSp. AttackSp. DefenseSpeed
000300

Base Stats

Gardevoir has the same base stats with a total of 518 values in every generation. Nature and items held by the captured Gardevoir, however, can have a significant effect on these metrics.

Gardevoir stats
Range
StatsAt Level 50At Level 100
MinimumMaximumMinimumMaximum
HP128175246340
Attack63128121251
Defense63128121251
Sp. Attack117194229383
Sp. Defense108183211361
Speed76145148284
Min. stats are calculated as per a Gardevoir with 0 EVs, 0 IVs, and a hindering nature.

Max. stats are calculated as per a Gardevoir with 252 EVs, 31 IVs, and a beneficial nature.

Evolutionary Line

Gardevoir is one of the two evolutionary forms of Kirlia. It evolves when Kirlia reaches Lvl. 30, while the second evolution Gallade evolves using Dawn Stone on Male Kirlia. Gardevoir may also turn into a Mega Gardevoir when holding a Gardevoirite.

Here’s a quick Gardevoir evolution chart for a better understanding:

Gardevoir evolution chart
Next Evolution Form
Mega Gardevoir
Mega Gardevoir
National Pokédex No.#0282
TypePsychicFairy
SpeciesEmbrace Pokémon
AbilitiesPixilate
Mega Gardevoir stats
Previous Evolution Form
Kirlia
Kirlia
National Pokédex No.#0281
TypePsychicFairy
SpeciesEmotion Pokémon
AbilitiesSynchronize
Trace
Telepathy (hidden ability)
Kirlia stats
Iron Valiant

Gardevoir and Gallade also bears a close resemblance to a paradox Pokémon, Iron Valiant, introduced in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet.

Breeding

By breeding Gardevoir with different species of Pokémon, you can get an offspring Pokémon knowing certain egg moves, such as Confuse Ray and Disable.        

Egg GroupsAmorphous, Human-like
Gender Ratio50   Male, 50   Female
Egg cycles20
Approx. Steps4,884–5,140 steps
Egg MovesCompatible Parents
After Level UpAfter Using TMAfter Hatching
Confuse RayGastly
Haunter
Gengar
Magmar
Misdreavus
Volbeat
Duskull
Dusclops
Spiritomb
Magmortar
Dusknoir
Litwick
Lampent
Chandelure
Phantump
Trevenant
Grimer
Muk
Gastly
Haunter
Gengar
Hypno
Magmar
Misdreavus
RaltsKirlia
Gardevoir
Sableye
Volbeat
Shuppet
Banette
Duskull
Dusclops
Mismagius
Spiritomb
Magmortar
Gallade
Dusknoir
Solosis
Duosion
Reuniclus
Eelektross
Litwick
Lampent
Chandelure
Phantump
Trevenant
Sandygast
Palossand
Mimikyu
Dreepy
Charcadet
Armarouge
Ceruledge
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Shuppet
Banette
Gallade
Solosis
Dreepy
Drakloak
Dragapult
Destiny BondGastly
Haunter
Gengar
Koffing
Weezing
Galarian Weezing
Cacnea
Cacturne
Drifloon
Drifblim
Dusknoir
Phantump
Trevenant
Misdreavus
RaltsKirlia
Gardevoir
Gulpin
Swalot
Shuppet
Banette
Mismagius
Spiritomb
Gallade
Sandygast
Palossand
Mimikyu
Charcadet
Armarouge
Ceruledge
DisableGrimer
Alolan Grimer
Muk
Alolan Muk
Drowzee
Hypno
Sableye
Duskull
Dusclops
Dusknoir
Gastly
Haunter
Gengar
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Shuppet
Banette
Drifloon
Drifblim
Spiritomb
Gallade
Phantump
Dreepy
Drakloak
Dragapult
Charcadet
Armarouge
Ceruledge
Knock OffAlolan Grimer
Alolan Muk
Makuhita
Hariyama
Sableye
Hitmonlee
Hitmonchan
Electabuzz
Magmar
Chimecho
Chimchar
Monferno
Infernape
Electivire
Magmortar
Timburr
Gurdurr
Conkeldurr
Reuniclus
Mienfoo
Mienshao
Trevenant
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Gallade
Mienfoo
Mean LookGastly
Haunter
Gengar
Misdreavus
Sableye
Duskull
Dusclops
Dusknoir
Grimer
Muk
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Gallade
Gothita
Gothorita
Gothitelle
Pawniard
Bisharp
Hawlucha
Kingambit
MementoGrimer
Alolan Grimer
Muk
Alolan Muk
Koffing
Weezing
Galarian Weezing
Shellos
Gastrodon
Spiritomb
Litwick
Lampent
Chandelure
Misdreavus
Slugma
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Duskull
Drifloon
Drifblim
Mismagius
Gallade
Pincurchin
Mystical FireGardevoir
Mismagius
Armarouge
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Gallade
Shadow SneakSableye
Shuppet
Banette
Duskull
Dusclops
Spiritomb
Dusknoir
Mimikyu
Grimer
Muk
Misdreavus
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Mismagius
Gallade

One thing to note is that the male parent must know the particular egg move before breeding. What’s good is that if you’re playing the Scarlet/Violet version, you can breed with any Pokémon having the egg move, in picnics.

In-Game Availability

Every version, based on Gen II or later, allows players to obtain a Gardevoir directly or indirectly. However, it is unobtainable in Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu!, and Let’s Go Eevee!

VersionGame Locations
RubySapphireEvolve Kirlia
EmeraldEvolve Kirlia
FireRedLeafGreenTrade or migrate from another game
ColosseumTrade or migrate from another game
XDEvolve Kirlia
DiamondPearlEvolve Kirlia
PlatinumEvolve Kirlia
HeartGoldSoulSilverEvolve Kirlia
Pal ParkField
BlackTrade, In Event
WhiteEvolve Kirlia
Black 2White 2Evolve Kirlia
XYEvolve Kirlia
Omega RubyAlpha SapphireEvolve Kirlia
SunMoonTrade or migrate from another game
Ultra SunUltra MoonEvolve Kirlia
SwordShieldDusty Bowl, Lake of Outrage

Max Raid Battle: Bridge Field, Hammerlocke Hills, Lake of Outrage, Motostoke Riverbank, Rolling Fields, Stony Wilderness, Watchtower Ruins
Expansion PassTraining Lowlands (Wanderer)

Max Raid Battle: Fields of Honor, Soothing Wetlands
Brilliant DiamondShining PearlEvolve Kirlia
Legends: ArceusAlabaster Icelands: Heart’s Crag (in Daytime), Lake Acuity (mass outbreaks)
ScarletVioletNorth Province: Glaseado Mountain

Tera Raid Battles (5★, 6★)
The Hidden Treasure of Area ZeroKitakami Wilds, Timeless Woods

Sprites in Different Generations

Each generation debuted its own altered sprites, some of which had shiny and regular versions. Moreover, Gen VI also featured both versions of Mega Gardevoir.

GenerationNormal Shiny 
Gen III
Gardevoir gen3
Gardevoir gen3c
Gen IV
Gardevoir gen4
Gardevoir gen4c
Gen V
Gardevoir gen4c
Gardevoir gen5c
Gen VI
Gardevoir gen6
Gardevoir gen6c
Gardevoir gen6cc
Gardevoir gen6ccc
Gen VII
Gen VIII
Gardevoir gen8
Gen IX
Gardevoir gen9

Training and Battling — Type Effectiveness

Gardevoir always remains in the spotlight for its exceptional coverage in Sp. Attack and Sp. Defense. Given its Psychic and Fairy powers, it is completely immune to Dragon types, which is a major threat to most other Pokémon. However, it still stands weak against the Ghost, Poison, and Steel type.

Damage Taken TypeStatus
0xDragonImmune
¼xFightingHighly Resists
½xPsychicWeakly Resists
1xBugNormally Affected
ElectricNormally Affected
FlyingNormally Affected
DarkNormally Affected
FairyNormally Affected
NormalNormally Affected
RockNormally Affected
GroundNormally Affected
IceNormally Affected
GrassNormally Affected
WaterNormally Affected
FireNormally Affected
2xGhostWeak 
PoisonWeak 
SteelWeak 

Moves and Abilities

A Gardevoir can have either Synchronize or Trace as its primary ability. However, it always features Telepathy as a hidden ability.

Synchronize
Battle EffectIf the foe causes a status condition (burn, paralysis, or poison) to the ability bearer, then the foe receives the same status as well.
External EffectIn case the ability bearer is leading the party, there is a 50% possibility of the appearing wild Pokémon to be of the same nature.
Trace
Battle EffectAllows the Pokémon to copy the foe’s ability.
Telepathy
Battle EffectAbility bearer doesn’t take damage from any attacks of its teammates in a duo or multi-party battle.

Here’s the latest Gardevoir moveset as per Generation IX.

Gen IX Moves
By Level Up
LvlMoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.PP
CharmFairyStatus Status10020
ConfusionPsychicSpecial Special5010025
Disarming VoiceFairySpecial Special4015
Double TeamNormalStatus Status15
GrowlNormalStatus Status10040
Heal PulsePsychicStatus Status10
Healing WishPsychicStatus Status10
Misty TerrainFairyStatus Status10
Mystical FireFireSpecial Special7510010
9HypnosisPsychicStatus Status6020
12Draining KissFairySpecial Special5010010
15TeleportPsychicStatus Status20
18PsybeamPsychicSpecial Special6510020
23Life DewWaterStatus Status10
28WishNormalStatus Status10
EvlDazzling GleamFairySpecial Special8010010
35Calm MindPsychicStatus Status20
42PsychicPsychicSpecial Special9010010
49MoonblastFairySpecial Special9510015
56Dream EaterPsychicSpecial Special10010015
63Future SightPsychicSpecial Special12010010
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Gardevoir.
By Breeding
MoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.PP
Confuse RayGhostStatus Status10010
Destiny BondGhostStatus Status5
DisableNormalStatus Status10020
Knock OffDarkPhysical Physical6510020
Mean LookNormalStatus Status5
MementoDarkStatus Status10010
Mystical FireFireSpecial Special7510010
Shadow SneakGhostPhysical Physical4010030
GrudgeGhostStatus Status1015
Only in Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl
EncoreNormalStatus Status1005
Ally SwitchPsychicStatus Status10115
By TM (Technical Machine)
TMMoveTypeCategoryPowerAcc.PP
2CharmFairyStatus Status100  20
7ProtectNormalStatus Status—  10
16PsybeamPsychicSpecial Special65100  20
17Confuse RayGhostStatus Status100  10
18ThiefDarkPhysical Physical60100  25
19Disarming VoiceFairySpecial Special40—  15
23Charge BeamElectricSpecial Special5090  10
25FacadeNormalPhysical Physical70100  20
32SwiftNormalSpecial Special60—  20
33Magical LeafGrassSpecial Special60—  20
34Icy WindIceSpecial Special5595  15
37Draining KissFairySpecial Special50100  10
41Stored PowerPsychicSpecial Special20100  10
42Night ShadeGhostSpecial Special100  15
43FlingDarkPhysical Physical100  10
47EndureNormalStatus Status—  10
49Sunny DayFireStatus Status—  5
50Rain DanceWaterStatus Status—  5
54PsyshockPsychicSpecial Special80100  10
59Zen HeadbuttPsychicPhysical Physical8090  15
66Body SlamNormalPhysical Physical85100  15
67Fire PunchFirePhysical Physical75100  15
68Thunder PunchElectricPhysical Physical75100  15
69Ice PunchIcePhysical Physical75100  15
70Sleep TalkNormalStatus Status—  10
74ReflectPsychicStatus Status—  20
75Light ScreenPsychicStatus Status—  30
79Dazzling GleamFairySpecial Special80100  10
80MetronomeNormalStatus Status—  10
81Grass KnotGrassSpecial Special100  20
82Thunder WaveElectricStatus Status90  20
85RestPsychicStatus Status—  5
87TauntDarkStatus Status100  20
92ImprisonPsychicStatus Status—  10
98Skill SwapPsychicStatus Status—  10
103SubstituteNormalStatus Status—  10
107Will-O-WispFireStatus Status85  15
109TrickPsychicStatus Status100  10
112Aura SphereFightingSpecial Special80—  20
114Shadow BallGhostSpecial Special80100  15
117Hyper VoiceNormalSpecial Special90100  10
119Energy BallGrassSpecial Special90100  10
120PsychicPsychicSpecial Special90100  10
122EncoreNormalStatus Status100  5
126ThunderboltElectricSpecial Special90100  15
129Calm MindPsychicStatus Status—  20
130Helping HandNormalStatus Status—  20
138Psychic TerrainPsychicStatus Status—  10
139Misty TerrainFairyStatus Status—  10
152Giga ImpactNormalPhysical Physical15090  5
158Focus BlastFightingSpecial Special12070  5
161Trick RoomPsychicStatus Status—  5
163Hyper BeamNormalSpecial Special15090  5
171Tera BlastNormalSpecial Special80100  10
178GravityPsychicStatus Status—  5
181Knock OffDarkPhysical Physical65100  20
184Vacuum WaveFightingSpecial Special40100  30
201Misty ExplosionFairySpecial Special100100  5
202Pain SplitNormalStatus Status—  20
203Psych UpNormalStatus Status—  10
212Triple AxelIcePhysical Physical2090  10
217Future SightPsychicSpecial Special120100  10
218Expanding ForcePsychicSpecial Special80100  10
227Alluring VoiceFairySpecial Special80100  10
228Psychic NoisePsychicSpecial Special75100  10
Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Gardevoir.

Competitive Usage & Strategies

Having a good offensive movepool powered with high Sp. Attack stat makes Gardevoir a relatively great addition to the team. In addition to its primary attacking moves, it has a fair share of recovery moves, such as Healing Wish, as a support. 

Here are a few tactics to capitalize on its strengths while protecting its weaknesses.  

Black/ White/ Black 2/ White 2
All-Out Attacker
MovesetPsychicSignal Beam
Focus BlastDestiny Bond
Held ItemLife Orb
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid
EVs252 Sp. Att., 4 Sp. Def., 252 Speed
Sub-CM
MovesetCalm MindSubstitute
PsychicSignal Beam/ Thunderbolt
Held ItemLeftovers
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid
EVs252 Sp. Att., 4 Sp. Def., 252 Speed
Dual Screens
MovesetReflectLight Screen
MementoTaunt/Psychic
Held ItemLight Clay
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid
EVs252 HP., 4 Sp. Def., 252 Speed
X/ Y/ Omega Ruby/ Alpha Sapphire
Wallbreaker
MovesetHyper VoicePsyshock
Focus BlastWill-O-Wisp/ Taunt/ Calm Mind
Held ItemGardevoirite
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid/ Modest
EVs16 HP, 8 Def, 232 Sp. Att., 252 Speed
Sun/ Moon/ Ultra Sun/ Ultra Moon
Choice Specs
MovesetPsyshockMoonblast
Shadow Ball/ Hidden Power (Fire)Trick/Healing Wish
Held ItemChoice Specs
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid
EVs4 Def, 252 Sp. Att, 252 Speed
Choice Scarf
MovesetPsyshockMoonblast
Will-O-Wisp/TrickHealing Wish
Held ItemChoice Scarf
AbilityTrace
NatureTimid
EVs4 Def, 252 Sp. Att, 252 Speed

The Traceability is known to be the best combination for a Gardevoir, as it allows copying abilities of possibly stronger opponents. Given this, it can mimic Levitate from Flygon, which is a fairly serious threat, to equate the advantage.

However, with a pretty low Defense, it is usually 2HKOed by the most common hits, making it prone to being revenge killed. Special Defensive Pokémon including Cresselia and Snorlax can easily inflict a status problem or severe damage. 

Role in the Pokémon World

Major Appearances
Pokémon The Series: XY
Ep. 28 – The Bonds Of Evolution
Diantha, Kalos Pokémon Champion, used Gardevior in an exhibition battle with the previous year’s champion. The Gardevoir was wearing a Gardevoirite necklace as well. It easily wins the match by dodging all hits and using a Moonblast at last.
Pokémon The Series: Ruby and Sapphire
Ep. 109 – Do I Hear A Ralts?
Max and Snorunt finds a sick Ralts and decide to help it. Team Rocket tries to take the Pokémon for themselves. However, a wild Gardevoir and Kirlia appear and attack them. The Gardevoir also attacks Max, perceiving him as a threat as well. However, the Ralts protect them and tell others the truth.

Other episodes with Gardevoir’s minor appearances include:

  • Destiny Deoxys.
  • Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry.
  • Spontaneous Combusken
  • Cilan and the Case of the Purrloin Witness!
  • Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (ending credits)
  • Loading the Dex!
  • A Talent for Imitation!
  • Mutiny in the Bounty
  • Team Plasma’s Pokémon Manipulation!
  • Secrets From Out of the Fog!
  • What Lies Beyond Truth and Ideals!
  • Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel
  • Battling in the Freezing Raid!, 
  • Narrowing the Chaser Chase!
  • In the Palms of our Hands!

Trivia and Fun Facts

Several interesting facts about Gardevoir are:

Did you know that in one episode of the Pokémon show “Beyond the Pokédex”, Gardevoir helped a young Larvitar overcome its fears and learn to love making new friends? Gardevoir used its powerful psychic abilities to help the shy rock Pokémon realize how much fun exploring the world can be. Even though Larvitar was scared at first, with Gardevoir’s kindly support, it began to smile and play. This shows how Gardevoir is a caring friend to all Pokémon.

Fan Community and Merchandise

Ever since its discovery in the Hoenn region, Gardevoir has earned a huge stardom. Fans quickly became overwhelmed after its exclusive performance in the anime as well as games.

Being one of the top-rankers in Psychic-Fairy type, Gardevoir has its fair share of merchandise collection. Here are the most popular Gardevoir merch available online:

MerchDimensionsImage
Gardevoir Sitting Cuties Plush5.3 x 2.8 x 5.3 IN
Gardevoir Plushie
Ralts & Gardevoir Pokémon Winter Wonders Green Stocking12.2 x 0.2 x 19.5 IN
Gardevoir Stocking
Ralts, Kirlia & Gardevoir Pokémon Pins (3-Pack)3.8 x 0.2 x 7 IN
Pokemon Pins
Pokémon TCG: Gardevoir ex League Battle Deck3.9 x 1.5 x 7.5 IN
Pokemon Cards
Pokémon TCG: Gardevoir V Battle Deck3.9 x 1.5 x 7.5 IN
Pokemon Cardss

Conclusively, Gardevoir rules the category of Fairy types, being a fantastic option to overtake several offensive Pokémon. Inevitably, it faces threats from faster Choice Scarf users and bulkier Pokémon. However, using the right strategies can be a good companion to tackle several gym battles.

Frequently Asked Questions
Is Gardevoir 100% female?

Despite having a feminine appearance, Gardevoir can be both male and female with a 50-50 gender ratio.

Who is more powerful Gallade or Gardevoir?

Both Gallade and Gardevoir give each other tough competition, having nearly equal stats. The only difference is the type, with Gallade being the Psychic-Fighting type and Gardevoir being the Psychic-Fairy type.

What is Gardevoir evolution level?

Gardevoir evolves from Kirlia at Level 30. Both male and female Kirlia can evolve into a Gardevoir. It may further evolve into Mega Gardevoir when holding a Gardevoirite.

Why is Gardevoir so popular?

Having an exceptional Special Attack stat with a wonderful appearance, Gardevoir quickly gained fame right after its first appearance in the anime.

Sources

Gardevoir by Pokémon.com

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