Gardevoir (Duel 211)

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Gardevoir
サーナイト Sirnight
GardevoirDuel211.png
Evolution stage 3
Figure name Gardevoir
Move Points 2
Types
Psychic Fairy
Version Unknown
Rarity EX
ID 211
Price 4000Material
Shiny variant
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Figure name Shiny Gardevoir
Version Unknown
ID 1
Price 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Gardevoir.

Gardevoir (Japanese: サーナイト Sirnight) is a figure in Pokémon Duel.

Abilities

Version 6.2.5

Ghost Sensor ゴーストセンサー
Opposing Pokémon cannot pass through this Pokémon using the effect of an Ability.


Version 4.0.4-6.2.4

Ghost Sensor ゴーストセンサー
Opposing Ghost-type Pokémon cannot pass through this Pokémon using the effect of an Ability.


Prior to version 4.0.4

Ghost Sensor ゴーストセンサー
Your opponent's Pokémon cannot slip past this Pokémon using the effects of Infiltrator, Shadow, or Gaseous Form.


Attack wheel

Version 7.0.0

Duel Z-Move.png Shattered Psyche マキシマムサイブレイカー 96 pt.
280
If this Pokémon is on the field, this Pokémon moves to a point 3 steps away after battle.
Duel Z-Move.png Twinkle Tackle ラブリースターインパクト 96 pt.
★★★★
Moves the battle opponent to the bench.
Warp Hole ワープホール 32 pt.
★★
Switches the battle opponent for an opposing Pokémon on the field, bench, or in a P.C. Those Pokémon must Wait 3.
Moonblast ムーンフォース 32 pt.
140
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Super Psy* ちょうねんりき※ 24 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes confused.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
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Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 6.2.5-6.2.11

Warp Hole ワープホール 32 pt.
★★
Switches the battle opponent for an opposing Pokémon on the field, bench, or in a P.C. Those Pokémon must Wait 3.
Moonblast ムーンフォース 32 pt.
140
{{{effect}}}
Super Psy* ちょうねんりき※ 24 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes confused.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 4.0.4-6.2.4

Warp Hole ワープホール 32 pt.
★★
Switches the battle opponent for an opposing Pokémon on the field, bench, or in a P.C. Those Pokémon must Wait 3.
Moonblast ムーンフォース 32 pt.
70
{{{effect}}}
Super Psy* ちょうねんりき※ 24 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes confused.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 3.0.0-4.0.3

Warp Hole ワープホール 28 pt.
★★
Switches the battle opponent for a Pokémon on the field, bench, or P.C. Then those Pokémon must Wait 3.
Moonblast ムーンフォース 36 pt.
70
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Super Psy* ちょうねんりき※ 20 pt.
40
*If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes confused.
Miss ミス 12 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Evolving from another figure allows the damage or stars of an attack to be increased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Trivia

Origin

Moonblast is a move in the Pokémon games that Gardevoir can learn. Shattered Psyche and Twinkle Tackle are Z-Moves in the games that Gardevoir can use by equipping Psychium Z and Fairium Z respectively.

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