Gardevoirite サーナイトナイト Sirknightnite
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Introduced in Generation VI
Gardevoirite (Japanese: サーナイトナイト Sirknightnite) is a type of held item introduced in Generation VI. It is the Mega Stone that allows Gardevoir to Mega Evolve into Mega Gardevoir.
Contents In the core series games
If held by a
Gardevoir, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Gardevoir 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 Gardevoir a Gardevoirite or remove a Gardevoirite from Gardevoir.
Outside of battle
If held by a Gardevoir, allows it to Mega Evolve into Mega Gardevoir when it performs a
Spectacular Talent during a Pokémon Contest Spectacular while its Trainer has a Key Stone. Gardevoir will remain a Mega Gardevoir until the Talent Round ends.
X Y One variety of the mysterious Mega Stones. Have Gardevoir hold it, and this stone will enable it to Mega Evolve during battle.
S M US UM One of a variety of mysterious Mega Stones. Have Gardevoir hold it, and this stone will enable it to Mega Evolve during battle.
Acquisition In spin-off games
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Pokémon Shuffle, the Gardevoirite allows the player to Mega Evolve Gardevoir and Shiny Gardevoir.
The player can obtain the Gardevoirite by finishing the
Competitive Stage available in Week 21 of the event rotation or by reaching Trainer Rank 20.
The Gardevoirite was also available as a prize during the Mega Gardevoir
Competitive Stage. This Competitive Stage ran on the Nintendo 3DS version from November 2 to 9, 2015; June 14 to 21, 2016; February 14 to 20, 2017; and December 5 to 12, 2017. It ran on the Pokémon Shuffle Mobile from June 14 to 21, 2016; February 14 to 20, 2017; and December 5 to 12, 2017.
The Gardevoirite enables the following Mega Evolutions:
Fairy Erases all Pokémon in the five columns to the left and right.
Fairy Erases all Pokémon in an O-shaped pattern.
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