"The Blade Pokémon" "Master of Courtesy" "Master of Swordsmanship"
Aerial Ace Double-Edge
Psycho Cut Shadow Sneak
Has not debuted yet
Gallade, the Blade Pokémon, extends its elbows as if they were swords. When protecting someone, Gallade fights fiercely using his extended swords on his elbows. A master of courtesy and swordsmanship, it can sense what its foe is thinking. Thus, Gallade normally gets the first, fast, and fierce attack. Upon occasion, Gallade comes out as Mega Gallade.
Alert of his surrounds, Gallade cannot be caught off guard. Like
Lucario, Gallade tends to always keep a calm mind through the most simple and dire situation.
Ring Entrance: Edit
Entrance Description: Edit
Commonly Used Maneuvers (with desc.): Edit
Close Combat (Repeated Punches) -
Leg Sweep (Rolling Leg Sweep) -
Focus Punch (Running Punch) -
Psychic (Push) -
Dual Chop (Backhand Chops) -
Encore - Gallade repeats the last maneuver he used.
Grass Knot (Drop-Toe Hold) -
Knock Off (Backhand Slap) -
Low Kick (Low Kick) -
Shadow Ball (Somersault Senton) -
Zen Headbutt (Headbutt) -
Thief - Gallade steals from the opponent
Body Slam -
Aerial Ace (Diving Knife Edge Chop) -
Double-Edge (Diving Pointed Elbow Drop) -
Psycho Cut (Rolling Elbow) -
Shadow Sneak (Rolling Elbow from Behind) -
Tag Maneuvers (with desc.): Edit
Body Slam (Gallade) + Sky Drop (Charizard) -
Body Slam (Gallade) + Power-Up Punch (Charizard) -
Fire Spin (Charizard) + Double-Edge (Gallade) -
Personal Life: Edit
Storyline Events: Edit
Singles Match Record: Edit
Tag Team Match Record: Edit
Maneuver Videos: Edit
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