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Gardevoir is a playable character in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). Guide includes Gardevoir's stats, Ralts, Kirlia, moveset, release date, build in Pokemon Unite!

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Gardevoir Release Date

Gardevoir Now Available!

Release DateJuly 28, 2021

The gen 3 Psychic-type Gardevoir has officially joined the frey as of July 28th, 2021. This Pokemon is available for purchase in the shop for 8000 Coins or 460 Gems!

Gardevoir Overview

Gardevoir
RoleAttacker
DifficultyIntermediate
Attack TypeSpecial
List Of Playable Pokemon

Stats

Offense 4.5 Stars (9)
Endurance 1.5 Stars (3)
Mobility1.5 Stars (3)
Scoring3 Stars (6)
Support1.5 Stars (3)
Total24

Evolution

First
RaltsRalts
Second
(Lv. 6)
KirliaKirlia
Final
(Lv. 10)
GardevoirGardevoir

Gardevoir Best Builds

Overview Of Builds

※ Click or tap to swap between different builds

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 6PsyshockPsyshock
Attacks the designated location three times. This move's cooldown is reduced each time one of these attacks hits an opposing Pokemon.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv. 8PsychicPsychic
After hitting an opposing Pokemon or traveling its maximum distance, deals damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time.
Cooldown: 7 seconds
Held Items
Wise GlassesWise Glasses ・Sp. Atk +10 (+39)
Increases Sp. Atk by 3%
Shell BellShell Bell ・Sp. Atk +1.6 (+24)
・Move Cooldown 0% (-4.5%)
When the Pokemon hits with a move, it recovers a minimum of 45 HP. The higher the Pokemon's Sp. Atk, the more HP it recovers.
Sp. Atk SpecsSp. Atk Specs ・Sp. Atk +0.8 (+24)
When the Pokemon scores a goal, its Sp. Atk is increased by 8.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 55s)

Massive, Targetable Damage

Psyshock deals damage in 3 hits, and if you're able to land all of them, you'll be dealing massive damage to your foes. The key here is that you can move your character to adjust the position of subsequent attacks, so make sure not to miss out on this!

Psychic vs Moonblast

Psychic forms an aoe circle that damages foes at the end of its trajectory - as you can imagine, this pairs very well with Psyshock. It's of course possible to run Moonblast here instead if your team needs the stun, but for maximum AoE potential go for Psychic.

Pure Special Attack

Go for a full Sp. Atk build in terms of your items - Wise Glasses and Shell Bell work well, and if you're feeling confident in the scoring department, don't hesitate to put on the Sp. Atk Specs.

Lane
TopTop
Moves
Lv. 6PsyshockPsyshock
Attacks the designated location three times. This move's cooldown is reduced each time one of these attacks hits an opposing Pokemon.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Lv. 8MoonblastMoonblast
Has the user attack while moving back to create distance. When the move's blast hits, it deals damage to opposing Pokemon in a cone and leaves the opposing Pokemon closest to the user unable to act for a short time.
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Held Items
Wise GlassesWise Glasses ・Sp. Atk +10 (+39)
Increases Sp. Atk by 3%
Shell BellShell Bell ・Sp. Atk +1.6 (+24)
・Move Cooldown 0% (-4.5%)
When the Pokemon hits with a move, it recovers a minimum of 45 HP. The higher the Pokemon's Sp. Atk, the more HP it recovers.
Sp. Atk SpecsSp. Atk Specs ・Sp. Atk +0.8 (+24)
When the Pokemon scores a goal, its Sp. Atk is increased by 8.
Battle Item
Eject ButtonEject Button ・Quickly moves your Pokemon in the designated location.
(Cooldown: 55s)

Moonblast Over Psychic

This build is essentially the same as the previous one, but it opts for Moonblast over Psychic. You'll lose a bit of damage from foes that linger in Psychic's AoE, but you will instead gain crowd control. If you're solo queueing, this might be the build to use.

Compensate For Lack Of Mobility

Once you evolve and lose Teleport, you'll find you're somewhat immobile. Moonblast is in a way here to compensate for this, allowing you to stun approaching enemies and get away. Note that we still recommending running an Eject Button alongside this regardless.

Which Moveset Do You Recommend?

Best Builds For Each Pokemon

Gardevoir Counters

Pokemon Gardevoir Is Strong Against

Pokemon Gardevoir Is Weak Against

Best Teammates For Gardevoir

Gardevoir Strategy Guide

Either Top Or Bottom Lane

Top Lane

The recommended path is the Top Lane, but Ralts is a great Attacker Pokemon, so you can head straight into battle with your allies to either top or bottom - depending on the Pokemon on your team. Ralts won't have enough endurance to safely survive close battles with a Pokemon from the opposing team at the start, so try to keep your distance in independent fights, or follow your teammates and attack together as a group.

Ralts (Lv 1~) Strategy

Pick Confusion First

Although Teleport is an excellent getaway move, we recommend getting the offensive Confusion first to contribute to faster clears.

Generally Best To Attack From A Distance

After easing into the game, you'll find that even though you can deal powerful hits even at the earlier stages, your endurance is on the lower end. It can sometimes be better to save your Teleport as a getaway tool, instead of using it offensively.

Kirlia (Lv 6~) Strategy

More Offensive Moves From Lv6 Onward

You'll get two powerful offensive moves once you reach level 6. Both work really well in inflicting area damage, but we've found Psyshock to be the stronger and easier move to use. You still won't have enough endurance to survive an onslaught at this stage, so try to limit your battles to 1 on 1 by checking the environment before attacking another Pokemon.

Adapt Your Build To Your Attack Style

At level 8 you'll get a choice between Psychic & Moonblast. Psychic will leave an AoE circle that has the potential to do more damage than Moonblast, but Moonblast will provide you with a very reliable stun. It's your choice which you prefer, but ultimately it may come down to how risk-averse you are.

If You Chose Psyshock
Lv 8: PsychicPsychicRanged
After hitting an opposing Pokemon or traveling its maximum distance, deals damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time
If You Chose Future Sight
Lv 8: MoonblastMoonblastRanged
Has the user attack while moving back to create distance. When the move's blast hits, it deals damage to opposing Pokemon in a cone and leaves the opposing Pokemon closest to the user unable to act for a short time

Gardevoir (Lv 10~) Strategy

Psychic + Psyshock

Recommended Combo
PsychicPsyshock

This build will let you rain devastation on your enemies from relatively afar. If you're able to land all 3 hits on Psyshock, you'll likely deal lethal damage.

Moonblast + Future Sight

Recommended Combo
Future SightMoonblast

The delayed explosion on Future Sight can be tricky to land, so it's good to guarantee your foe can't move until it goes off. Moonblast is the way to guarantee this - lay down your Future Sight, then stun with Moonblast. (Future Sight also works well with Gardevoir's Unite Move as well!)

Unite Move: Fairy Singularity

Fairy Singularity is an incredibly powerful move that will draw in all enemies into one concentrated location. This becomes more powerful the more coordinated your team is - if you're playing with people on voice comms, try to time your ults together for maximum effect. Needless to say, this is extra potent when fighting for Zapdos.

Gardevoir Moves & Unite Move

Basic Attack & Passive

Basic Attack
Basic AttackRange: Long
Becomes a boosted attack with every third attack. When boosted attack hits, it deals damage to opposing Pokemon in the areaof effect and decreases their Sp. Def for a short time.
Passive
()Synchronize
When an opponent inflicts decreased movement speed or a damage-over-time condition on the Pokemon, the same is inflicted on that opponent. This ability goes on cooldown after it's triggered.

Moves

Lv 1 + Lv 3 (Choose Order)
ConfusionConfusion Ranged
Attacks straight in the designated direction.
Cooldown: 4.5 seconds
TeleportTeleport Dash
Has the user warp to the designated area, increasing the damage dealt by one basic attack after warping.
Cooldown: 11 seconds
Lv 6 (Choose One)
PsyshockPsyshockArea
Attacks the designated location three times. This move's cooldown is reduced each time one of these attacks hits an opposing Pokemon.
Cooldown: 10 seconds
Future SightFuture SightArea
Sets a delayed explosion. When the explosion hits an opposing Pokemon, it reduces this move's cooldown.
Cooldown: 9 seconds
Lv 8 (Choose One)
PsychicPsychicRanged
After hitting an opposing Pokemon or traveling its maximum distance, deals damage over time to opposing Pokemon in the area of effect and decreases their movement speed for a short time.
Cooldown: 7 seconds
MoonblastMoonblastRanged
Has the user attack while moving back to create distance. When the move's blast hits, it deals damage to opposing Pokemon in a cone and leaves the opposing Pokemon closest to the user unable to act for a short time.
Cooldown: 6 seconds

Unite Move

Lv 9
Fairy SingularityFairy SingularityHindrance
Warps space in the designated area, drawing in opposing Pokemon. Shoves and deals damage to opposing Pokemon the instant the warped space disappears.
Cooldown: 1 seconds
List Of All Moves

Gardevoir Showcase Video

The above video put out by the Japanese Official Site showcases Gardevoir's moves in-game.

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