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Gardevoir (SM-P Promo 408)

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Gardevoir  
サーナイト Sirnight
Fairy
GardevoirSMPromo408.jpg
Illus. Yuu Nishida
Evolution stage
281 Stage 2 Pokémon
Evolves from Kirlia
Card name Gardevoir
Type Fairy
Hit Points 130
weakness
Metal×2
resistance
Darkness-20
retreat cost
  
Japanese expansion Unnumbered Promotional cards
Japanese expansion SM-P Promotional cards
Japanese card no. 408/SM-P
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Gardevoir.

Gardevoir (Japanese: サーナイト Sirnight) is a Fairy-type Stage 2 Pokémon card. It was more widely available one of the SM-P Promotional cards, though was initially released as an oversized Unnumbered Promotional card.

Contents

Card text

FairyFairyColorless Dazzling Light
まばゆいひかり
130
Heal 30 damage and remove all Special Conditions from this Pokémon.


Pokédex data

Fairy
Fairy
Gardevoir - Embrace Pokémon
No. Height Weight
282 5'03" (1.6 m) 106.7 lbs. (48.4 kg)
Pokédex entry
トレーナーを 守るためなら サイコパワーを 使いきり 小さな ブラックホールを 作り出す。

Release information

This card was first presented to Yuu Nishida, the winner of the Pokémon Card Game Illustration Grand Prix, at a ceremony held during the 2019 Pokémon Japan Championships on June 8, 2019. Unlike previous illustration competitions, in which winners were given multiple standard copies of cards featuring their artwork, only one oversized version was presented to the winner. It has no collection number; neither does it credit the winning illustrator. Regular-sized SM-P Promotional copies were subsequently given away to customers who purchased at least 5 booster packs from participating Pokémon Centers starting October 4, 2019. The card could be redeemed up to 4 times per person and the promotion ran for as long as stocks lasted. This version has a collection number and an illustrator credit. Both versions of this card feature the Pokémon Card Game Illustration Grand Prix logo above the Pokédex entry.

Trivia

Origin

This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon X.


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