How to get gallade in pokémon x and y

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The Galladite (Japanese: エルレイドナイト Erureidonite) is a type of held item introduced in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. It is the Mega Stone that allows Gallade to Mega Evolve into Mega Gallade.

Contents

  • 1 In the core series games
    • 1.1 Price
    • 1.2 Effect
      • 1.2.1 In battle
      • 1.2.2 Outside of battle
    • 1.3 Description
    • 1.4 Acquisition
  • 2 In spin-off games
    • 2.1 Pokémon Shuffle
  • 3 In the manga
    • 3.1 Pokémon Adventures
  • 4 In other languages
  • 5 External links

In the core series games

Price

Effect

In battle

If held by a Gallade, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Gallade if its Trainer has a Key Stone. Each Trainer can only Mega Evolve one Pokémon per battle.

Unaffected by item negating effects (such as Embargo and Klutz). Item manipulating effects (such as Trick and Fling) cannot give Gallade a Galladite or remove a Galladite from Gallade.

Outside of battle

If held by a Gallade, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Gallade when it performs a Spectacular Talent during a Pokémon Contest Spectacular while its Trainer has a Key Stone. Gallade will remain a Mega Gallade until the Talent Round ends.

Pokémon holding Galladite in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire cannot be traded to Pokémon X and Y.

Description

Acquisition

In spin-off games

Pokémon Shuffle

In Pokémon Shuffle, the Galladite allows the player to Mega Evolve Gallade.

The player can obtain the Galladite by defeating Mega Gallade in Stage 580 found on Prasino Woods.

The Galladite enables the following Mega Evolution:

Stone Pokémon Type Effect Gauge Max
Mega Gallade Fighting Erases a jagged line of Pokémon vertically.
Actually erases two jagged lines of Pokémon vertically. These lines cannot cross.
16 10

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

In Omega Alpha Adventure 20, the Meteor Village elder offered Sapphire a Gardevoirite and Galladite, commenting on how her Gallade and Ruby’s Gardevoir are a match. Ruby and Sapphire later used these Mega Stones to Mega Evolve Rara and Kirly during a brief battle against each other.

Since the dawn of Pokйmon, there have always been hidden values which help boost your Pokйmon’s stats. Typically, these were boosted through combat, or aided with vitamins and then later, Join Avenue, but Pokйmon X & Y bring a whole new method to both alter and track these values

Super Training is a combination of mini-games. Only one of which is currently known. In this game, you have a Pokйmon in the field and you need to control it, using the touchscreen or the Circle Pad, in order to deflect Balloon Bots balls from going into your goal, while you send various balls into your opponent’s goal.

Each Pokйmon uses a specific ball at random, based mostly upon the species of Pokйmon you are using. These balls have special effects
Black: These balls are average in size, speed and power, but can be shot rapidly
Blue: These balls are incredibly fast with average power. They are small
Green: These balls are incredibly powerful but are slow to fire.
Orange: These balls have an average speed, and are a bit weak. However, they are very large
Yellow: These balls are lower power and have an average speed. They are small, but can be shot rapidly

There are three different levels to the games, unlocked as you go through Level 1, 2 and 3. When you complete the games, you get an increase of Effort Values in that one specific stat. Level 1 gives you +4, Level 2 gives you +8 and Level 3 gives you +12.

Each individual Pokйmon’s progress is tracked, with them receiving medals for each game completed.

After completing the various mini-games in the Super Training, you will receive various Training Bags. You can take these Training Bags to increase your Pokйmon’s Effort Values. Typically, a Pokйmon can increase their EVs while being in a Core Training session, but you can increase the stats using these Training Bags. You can store up to 12 training bags at any one time. When selected, the bag appears on the bottom screen and you can make the Pokйmon attack it. In addition to this, you can tap the standard bag on the touch screen and have a chance of receiving one

If you are using a Pokйmon who has got maximum Effort Values, you will gain access to Secret Super Training. This mode gives you 12 more mini-games to play, with increasing difficulty. However, these games give you more than just bags for core training, they also have a chance of giving you rare items. These items range from items such as Clever Wing, to evolution stones These items are rare and depend upon how well you complete. You can also get various healing items, items such as Stardust and hold items such as Hard Stone.

Home » Guides » Pokemon Go: How to Get Gallade

Gallade was the first Psychic/Fighting-type Pokemon in the franchise and is a formidable physical attacker in the mainline games. However, in Pokemon Go, the Blade Pokemon is much more valuable for its rarity since there are multiple better Fighting and Psychic attackers in the game. But you still gotta catch em’ all, and here’s how to get Gallade.

With Ralts Community Day in the rear-view mirror, it’s incredibly likely that you have a surplus of Ralts candies just waiting to be used. Luckily, you have a couple of choices in Pokemon Go when it comes to deciding what will become of your Ralts after it transforms into Kirlia and evolves into either Gallade or Gardevoir.

How to Get Gallade in Pokemon Go

How Many Candies Do You Need?

Like many three-stage evolutions, you’ll need to have 125 candies to fully evolve a Ralts into Gardevoir or Gallade. 25 to evolve into the second stage, then an extra 100 to get to the final one. However, with Gallade you need a little something extra to get Kirlia to reach that other evolution.

That secret sauce is known as a Sinnoh Stone. This item is extremely common among 4th generation Pokemon since there are so many new creatures in those games that are evolutions from past titles. The Sinnoh Stone is an easy catch-all for the mess of evolutions from Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum versions.

The Sinnoh Stone is typically enough to evolve one of these 4th gen Pokemon, but there’s one more catch to acquire your Gallade. The Kirlia you evolve needs to be a male in order to turn into the half Fighting-type version of its third stage. Although it learns good Fighting moves, it’s much better as a Psychic attacker, but not by much.

Gallade is a fantastic Psychic-type Pokemon in a vacuum but compared to other attackers of the same type, it floats around the top of the mid-tier or bottom of the top-tier. Its best moveset is Confusion/Synchronoise, the latter of which is a Community Day exclusive skill.

If you missed out on that move then you may get another chance to get it in January if Community Month returns from last year. This will bring back all the Community Day moves from the past year along with the featured Pokemon. It’ll also be a great time to get more Ralts candies so you can evolve more of them in Gallades.

That’s all there is to know about how to get Gallade in Pokemon Go. If you want to add the most powerful Dragon-type Pokemon to your team, then check out our Rayquaza raid guide.

Gallade -Knight-

Y/N was walking around the castle, looking for something to do. She was bored just sitting in her room having tea parties with guests and wanted some adventure.

Going down the staircase, she went to the front gate and out the palace, into the woods where wild pokemon were.

It was night and Y/N couldn’t see, so she sent out her Umbreon and it shone a light so she could see.

Hearing rustling in the bushes, she thought nothing of it. Soon, the rustling got closer until she was jumped by figure.

Looking up, Y/N saw her knight Gallade. He was one of the humanize pokemon and still held his role as royal knight of the L/N family.

“My princess, you should be in the palace, I would hate for anything to happen to you.” He said

“Please, nothing will happen, besides, why do you care so much if anything happens to me?” Y/N asked.

“My princess, though it is forbidden, I have grown feelings for you. That is why I am worried.” He admitted.

“I see. Well I feel the same about you. You are always there to protect me and monitor me to make sure no accidents happen.” She told Gallade.

“I am delighted to hear that, however you cannot be with me, as I am your knight and nothing else. But I am willing to break that rule. Would you be my girlfriend Y/N?”

“I would love to be your girlfriend Gallade!” She said.

Finally back at the palace, Y/N went inside and fell asleep, dreaming about her new boyfriend and affair.

Y/N told her parents and they allowed her to be with Gallade because he always protected her and was a loyal knight. They lived happily ever after.

By Tony Wilson 12 October 2013

Find ’em all (the items, we mean)

Glittering Cave

Hard Stone – Take a left at the second intersection to find this at a dead end.

TM65: Shadow Claw – Take a left at the third intersection to find this in another dead end.

Escape Rope – This in at the end of the path in the cave’s lower level. You can’t miss it.

Old Amber/Helix Fossil/Cover Fossil – These can only be obtained by chance. Use Rock Smash on the rocks in the cave’s lower level, and you may receive one. These can then be revived at the Fossil Lab.

Jaw Fossil/Sail Fossil – When you reach the scientist in the cave’s lower level, you’ll get your choice of two fossils. The Jaw Fossil can be revived for a Tyrunt; the Sail Fossil can be revived for an Amaura.

Route 8 (Beach)

Mago Berry – Head due north when you hit the sand to spot the Mago Berry tree on your left.

Dowsing Machine – Just past the tree is a swimmer who will give you this Key Item.

Heart Scale – Surf northwest from the beach to a fairly small sandbank. Examine the rock here to obtain this.

TM19: Roost – Just north of the last item is another sitting atop some shallow water.

Cyllage City

Whipped Dream – Enter the first house on the right and speak to the man in white to receive this.

Persim Berry (x3) – Enter the house directly north of the Pokémon Center and speak to the girl at the table. Answer her questions correctly to receive these.

TM88: Sleep Talk – Enter the Hotel Cyllage and speak to the lady in the orange beret. She’ll give you this.

TM44: Rest – Speak to the man at the same table to receive this.

Destiny Knot – Head to the second floor of the Hotel Cyllage. Speak to the woman the bonnet at the top of the stairs to receive this.

Prize Money Power Lv. 1 – Head to the room on the far right of the same floor to see Mr. Bonding again. Speak to him to receive this.

Charti Berry – Surf west of town to find a lone house on a sandbank. Speak to the boy inside to receive this.

Pearl – Surf to the island just north of the previous house and examine the rock there to obtain this.

Super Potion – This little one is hiding behind a park bunch on the east side of town, near the bike trail.

HM04: Strength – As you bike up the hill to the Gym, the Gym Leader Grant will actually stop you and give you this.

X Defense – From the bike trail to the Gym, head south and ride down the first brown slope. The item is on the ledge beneath.

X Sp. Atk. – Head to the top of the hill near the Connecting Cave and move north. Slide down the first gravel ramp to spot this out on a ledge.

Connecting Cave

TM40: Aerial Ace – From the Cyllage City entrance, head north to find a boulder. Use Strength to push it out of the way and reach the item.