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What is a good moveset for Gardevoir? (page 2)

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Mine knows:

Teleport
Magical Leaf

It has high Sp. Attack.

Gardevoir learnset

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Gardevoir (M) @ Leftovers
Trait: Trace
EVs: 96 HP / 252 SAtk / 160 SDef
Calm Nature (+SDef, -Atk)
- Psychic
- Calm Mind
- Thunderbolt
- Grass Knot
I reamed having hypnosis, dream eater, sycic, and recover

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Hey guys! My sister wanted me to post for Gardevoir because it is her favorite Pokémon and she wants me to post a Fairy type team. I guess I can't complain since I have nothing better to do. I hope you all like this Gen VI Gardevoir!!

Gardevoir @ Expert Belt
Ability: Trace
Nature: Calm
EVs: 252 SAtk, 252 Spd, 4 SDef
-Moonblast
-Thunder Wave
-Psychic
-Flamethrower/Thunderbolt/Energy Ball

Here is my Gardevoir and she is actually really good, especially with Protean Greninja. Thunder Wave lets you lower your foe's Speed. Psychic and Moonblast are both used for coverage and STAB. with last move, you have several choices. Flamethrower are for the bulky Steel types who can easily crush Gardevoir as well as Ice and Grass type Pokémon. Thunderbolt are for Flying and Water types and Energy Ball is great against Ground, Rock, and Water types. I would suggest trying each of the moves first before picking out a favorite or switch the moves to make Gardevoir more unpredictable. Ultimately, I use her more as a Anti-Greninja. I hope you liked my first post!!

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Gardevoir doesn't get Flamethrower...
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Gardevoir
Trace
Gardevoirite
Role: DisTect
4 HP/252 SpA/ 252 Spe
Moonblast
Future Sight
Protect
Disable

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Unfortunately, that won't work. You can't constantly alternate between Detect and Protect, the chance will still decrease as if you were just using Protect over and over.
@fizz That's not Detect, it's Disable.
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[email protected] [Best Nature: Modest/Calm/Timid]
252Sp.A/252Spe/4HP
Simple and effective:

Psychic/Psyshock (STAB)
Moonblast (STAB)
Shadow Ball (Covers Ghosts and Psychics respectively)
Thunderbolt (Extra coverage against Water and Flying)

Note: You could replace Thunderbolt with a) Focus Blast or b) Grass Knot, but I'd prefer this.

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gardevoir @ gardevoirite
ability: synchronize/ mega: pixilate
modest or mild nature
ev's: sp atk 252, sp defense 200, spe 152

moves:
hyper beam or hyper voice (bye bye dragon and dark types)
psychic
draining kiss (hp restore)
focus blast (for steel types)

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Gen III.

Gardevoir @ Leftovers
Ability: Synchronize
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid Nature (-Atk, +Spe)
- Psychic
- Thunderbolt
- Calm Mind
- Hypnosis

Pretty limited in Gen III. Shadow Ball is physical in this gen so Thunderbolt is the only other special attack. Use Hypnosis to set up a Calm Mind or two to sweep.

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Actually in Emerald, it has access to Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Ice Punch, and Icy Wind via Move Tutors.
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Gen 6 Spec. Sweeper
Gardevoir @ Gardevoirite
Ability: Telepathy
Nature: Modest
EVs: 252 Sp. Attack, 128 Sp. Defense, 128 Defense
Moves:
-Moonblast
-Psychic
-Hyper Voice
-Shadow Ball

So this is pretty basic stuff. Moonblast/Psychic for STAB, Hyper Voice for Pixilate STAB and Shadow Ball for Ghost coverage and Telepathy so your Swamperts and Garchomps can Earthquake whenever!
P.S: EVs are totally not random...

Hope this helps!

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Gardevoir @ Leftovers
Trait: Trace
EVs: 252 SAtk / 252 Spe / 4 Hp
Modest Nature
- Hypnosis
- Dream Eater
- Calm Mind
- Stored Power

Put to sleep. Use Calm Mind 6 times, then hit them with Stored Power. If you do manage to take a hit, use dream eater.

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Gardevoir (if you would rather tank)
Gender: doesn't matter
Nature: focus on defense
special defense and special Attack
Item: Gardevoirite
Move 1: Future Sight: 120 pwr +stab bonus
Move 2: Wish: use interchangeably w/ protect
Move 3 : Protect or Double team
If you are a novice always use protect first to see your opponents power.
Be aware of moves phantom force & feint.

Move 4 : any special move w/ fairy type stab or hypnosis

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Mega Gardevoir
Nature - Modest
Ability - Pixilate
Attacks:
Calm Mind
Psyshock (STAB)
Echoed Voice (STAB)
Thunder Wave

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Can't stop the sweep!(my favorite set)
Ability: Synchronize
Item: Gardevoirite(recommended item) /Leftovers
EVs: 4 HP, 252 Sp.Atk, 252 Speed
Nature: Timid
Moves:
Psychic,Psyshock
Hyper voice/MoonBlast,Shadow Ball, ThunderBolt, Energy Ball, Focus Blast
Calm Mind
Thunder Wave, Will-O-Wisp, Taunt

This Set Is a sweeper set, but with a twist. It has 3 other uses. It can prevent your opponents Pokemon from setting up a sweep themselves, It can punish tanks,Phazers,etc from trying to stop your sweep, It can be used to spread status to your opponents Pokemon in general, while acting as a sweeper. Used this set in gen 3, and still use it now.

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Gardevoir is known for being a grrrreat special attacker so heres a good set.

Gardevoir @Gardevoirite

Trait: Synchronize (for the pesky status trolls)

Modest Nature (+S.Attack,-Attack)

Physic ( great STAB move, also deals with poison types)
Hyper Voice (When Mega Evolving, this changes to a fairy type STAB move)
Shadow Ball (Great attack, deals with Ghost types)
Moonblast (Good power and great STAB move)

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Dave (M)
@Life orb / Choice specs
Rash nature
Trait:Trace
252 Sp Atk 252 Spd 4 Hp

Thunderbolt - great coverage and part one
Ice beam - great coverage and part two
Psychic - a given
Dazzling gleam - fairy STAB

Simple!

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Hey guys ! New member. Just joined, and thought I should give it a try ~ ( I couldn't know less about gardevoir, but i'll try to help <3 )

Gardevoir !

Type - Psychic / fairy

Ability - Synchronize

Nature - Modest/Timid

EV's - 252 sp. atk / 252 speed / 6 sp. def

Item - big root / lum berry

Moveset |- Psychic | Draining Kiss | Thunderbolt | Charm

You can replace T-bolt with Shadow ball / Energy ball or whatever you need depending on your team.

If you're on X/Y and can't get Drain kiss ( with big root ) , go for moonblast ( with a lum berry )

Hope it helped.

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I used Gardevoir as a support Pokemon.
Trait:Telepathy
Item: Leftovers
Nature: Bold (+Def, -Atk )

EVs SDef/HP/D

Moves:
Will-O-Wisp
Draining Kiss
Light Screen
Reflect

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This is by far Gardevoir's best moveset.....

Gardevoir@ Gardevoirite
IVs: (at least) Spa & Spe
EVs: 252 Spa/252 Spe/4 Hp
Nature: Timid/Modest

-Calm Mind/Taunt/Will-o-Wisp/Reflect (I'd prefer Taunt)
-Hyper Voice (Pixilate boosted)
-Psyshock (For special walls and poison-types)
-Focus Blast (For the steel-types)

Furthermore, you could do T-Bolt/Shadow Ball/Energy Ball instead of Focus Blast, but believe me.....Gardevoir needs something against steel types. Don't let Shadow Ball trick you: A Pixilate-boosted Hyper Voice is stronger than a super-effective Shadow Ball against those ghosties.

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I run a Calm Gardevoir with Synchronize
252 spD 252 spA 4 HP
Moves:
Draining Kiss: to get STAB and heal HP a considerable amount
Psychic: Obvious STAB and a signature for any psychic Pokemon
Pain Split: Just incase of counter spams like Wobbuffet
Protect: for a turn to protect yourself

holding a Leftovers or a focus sash

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Gardevoir-Mega @ Gardevoirite
Ability: Pixilate
EVs: 252 SpA / 4 SpD / 252 Spe
Timid Nature
IVs: 0 Atk
- Psychic- STAB and great power
- Hyper Voice- Stab and deals with Dragon, Dark, and Fighting
- Shadow Ball- Coverage for Ghost
- Focus Blast- Coverage for Steel

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Gardevoir @Petaya Berry
Trait : Trace
EVs: 252 SAtk, 252SDef, 4Spd
Modest Nature
-Psychic
-Shadow Ball
-MoonBlast
-Focus Blast

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I'm actually a noob but I might as well share my gardevoir moveset cause wynaut?

Ability: Synchronize

Nature: Docile
(forgot evs sorry)

Moves:
Disarming voice
Shadow Ball (I'm thinking of changing it)
Magical leaf
Psychic

Probably what a noob would do for a moveset lol

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2 People didn't listen when you said "Noob"
well I mean if you don't know anything about competitive then you might as well not post the moveset