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Gladion's Silvally

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In the anime
In ''[[SM087|Filling the Light with Darkness!]]'', Gladion had to calm Silvally down again. Gladion recognized its behavior as a bad omen. It was later sent out as its Trainer and the other [[Ultra Guardians]] witnessed an [[Ultra Wormhole]] form above the Altar of the Sunne, where it sensed {{DL|Light trio (anime)|Lunala|two}} {{DL|Light trio (anime)|Necrozma|presences}} coming out. In [[SM088|the next episode]], Silvally teamed up with {{AP|Pikachu}} to free Nebby and Lunala from [[Team Rocket]]'s electric net. In ''[[SM089|The Prism Between Light and Darkness!]]'', it was revealed that Silvally was able to perform {{m|Breakneck Blitz}}, which it used along with Ash's Pikachu, [[Kiawe's Marowak]], and [[Lana's Popplio]]'s [[Z-Move]]s to help separate Nebby from Necrozma and to give Necrozma enough Z-Power to turn it back into its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Necrozma|true form}}. However, this attempt failed as the amount of Z-Power was too little and Necrozma used it to power itself up instead. Silvally later joined the rest of [[Alola]] in showering Necrozma with Z-Power, causing it to separate from Nebby and revert to its normal form. Necrozma still had not absorbed enough Z-Power though and tried to capture Nebby again, but was stopped in its tracks by Silvally who attacked it with {{m|Air Slash}}.
 
In [[SM129]], Gladion used Silvally during the [[Battle Royal]] round of the [[Manalo Conference]], where it was able to defeat several Pokémon such as {{p|Talonflame}} and {{p|Primeape}}. It was among the 16 Pokémon remaining at the end, securing Gladion a place in the next round.
 
===Personality and characteristics===
At some point before the events of the game, [[Gladion]] was able to free one of the Type: Null, which he adopted as his own in the hopes of finding a way to undo the effects of the limiter helmet and allow it to use the RKS System. Gladion, who sympathizes with Type: Null due to their shared connection with the Aether Foundation, often calls it '''Null'''. Gladion and Type: Null battle against and alongside the {{player}} at various points of the story, and eventually, the two become close enough that Type: Null no longer needs its helmet, and evolves into Silvally, a new form named by Gladion himself according to the [[Rotom Pokédex]]. Gladion and Silvally later challenge the player at the foot of [[Mount Lanakila]], where it holds the memory matching the {{pkmn2|starter}} of the type the player's starter is weak to.
 
In [[Pokémon Sun and Moon]], after the player becomes {{pkmn|Champion}}, and Gladion becomes acting president of the Aether Foundation, he discovers another of the Type: Null that was put into stasis. He entrusts it with the player at [[Aether Paradise]]'s Conservation Area, knowing they will take good care of it. In [[Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon]], Gladion and Silvally leave for [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] to train after the player becomes Champion, and leave the other Type: Null with [[Wicke]] to give to the player at [[Ancient Poni Path]] on their way to [[Poni Grove]].
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==In the TCG==
Gladion and Silvally are featured in one of the cards of the Japanese {{TCG|Dream League}} subset.
 
{{cardlist/header|Gladion's Silvally|Colorless|char=yes}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname=[[Silvally-GX (Dream League 41)|Silvally]]{{GX}}|type=Colorless|jpset=Dream League|jprarity=RR|jpnum=041/049}}
{{cardlist/footer|Colorless}}
 
==Trivia==
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