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Pokemon GO Gardevoir (max CP 2964), Kirlia and Ralts are very exciting additions to the game, bringing a top tier fairy typed family to Pokemon GO. Gardevoir best moveset is by far Confusion / Dazzling Gleam, as explained below. Gardevoir is the best fairy type currently in game.
Stat wise, Gardevoir family is a glass cannon family, with stats heavily skewed towards a Attack and Defense, with low Stamina. Gardevoir has a very high Max CP (2964) and its ATK (237) and DEF (220) top a lot of First and Second Generation competitors.
If you’re looking for an amazing fairy type, look no further.
Gardevoir in the Pokémon GO metagame
We already stated that Gardevoir has a very high CP (2964), backed with high ATK (237) and high DEF (220), but is that enough to recommend this Pokemon for your team? It turns out it is.
Gardevoir is a wonderful addition to the Pokemon GO Meta and it’s also the best fairy type currently available in game. Given it’s typing, we can say that (finally) a true fairy typed Dragonite killer has appeared in Pokemon GO. Gardevoir has access to several solid movesets, but we recommend going with Confusion / Dazling Gleam and melting anything that comes in your way.
A successful Gardevoir needs to dodge in Pokémon GO. There is no escaping from its measly STAMINA (136), so proper dodging is a must.
Gardevoir best moves and move sets in Pokémon Go
Bets move set (and the one you should re-roll into): Confusion psychic / Dazzling Gleam fairy
Gardevoir has some of the best move sets we’ve seen in a while, with 3 moves benefiting from STAB and with multiple viable move sets. Dazzling Gleam is overall the best charge move Gardevoir can have. With two bars, STAB benefit and 100 damage, it outperforms Psychic and Shadow Ball by a mile. In the quick moves department, a similar story is repeated: Confusion outperforms Charge Beam a lot!
Gardevoir has access to the following moves:
- Confusion psychic (quick)
- Charge Beam electric (quick)
- Dazzling Beam fairy (charge)
- Shadow Ball ghost (charge)
- Psychic psychic (charge)
Shiny Ralts, Kirlia and Gardevoir in Pokemon GO
A normal Ralts is white in color in most of its body, it has green bowl-cut looking hair, and 2 dull red horns at the back and in front of it’s head. A normal Kirlia has a white body that resembles a dress. It has green hair that covers its face and green legs. It has 2 red horns that looks a lot a hairpins. A normal Gardevoir also has white color in most of its body. Its hair, arms, and gown underside are green. It also has a red, fin-like horn on its chest and back.
A shiny Pokémon GO Ralts is light pink in color in most of its body, it has blue bowl-cut looking hair, and 2 dull orange horns at the back and in front of it’s head. A shiny Kirlia has a light pink body that resembles a dress. It has blue hair that covers its face and blue legs. It has 2 orange hairpin-like horns on the side of its head. A shiny Pokémon GO Gardevoir also has a light pink body. Its hair, arms, and gown underside are blue. It also has an orange, fin-like horn on its chest and back.
In the Anime
Ralts and Gardevoir made their television debut on the 383rd episode of the Pokémon series (Advanced Generation: Episode 109) titled, “Do I Hear a Ralts?”. Kirlia made its television debut on the 6th Pokémon movie “Pokémon: Jirachi: Wish Maker”.