Artwork from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl


Khanny Pham

Oldest version

Khanny Pham's version (2008)

Newest version

Claymizer's version (2010)



Gallade is a Psychic/Fighting-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is one of the two final evolutions of Ralts, with the other being Gardevoir, and has a Mega Evolution known as Mega Gallade. It appears at #160 in the Sinnoh Pokédex and #475 in the National Pokédex.

Gallade are masters of swordsmanship and can extend the ends of their arms into sharp blades. As well as being experts in the field of 'close-combat' battle, Gallade have the ability to harness the power of Psychic type attacks like Confusion.

In M.U.G.E.N, Gallade has been made three times, with all versions making use of custom sprites. Gallade also makes an appearance as one of Ðshiznetz's Gardevoir's assists.

Khanny Pham's version


Not just a spriteswap, but also a sprite edit, this Gallade still looks like Claymizer's Blaziken character. Admittedly, this Gallade's moveset is slightly altered akin to what Gallade can learn in the games, but that's not saying much.


Nato's version


Xzibit may approve of this character, but a spriteswap of a spriteswap of character that had its own variety of issues may leave some players with puzzled expressions. Everything outside the sprites was left completely unchanged, resulting in the character being little more than a new coat of paint, making use of the ever-popular sprites by JoshR.


Claymizer's versionEditicon


After a long period of inactivity, Claymizer returned with a new sprite style and new creations, with this Gallade being one of them. Semi-inspired by Khanny Pham's spriteswap of his own Blaziken, this Gallade features several moves he can learn in the games. His gameplay takes cues from the Marvel vs. Capcom series, particularly the second entry.


See also

  • Gardevoir - The other final evolution of Ralts that is frequently considered to be the female version of Gallade despite the fact that male Gardevoir still exist
Generation I Pokémon AlakazamBeedrillBellsproutBulbasaurCharizardCharmanderCharmeleonDiglettDittoDoduoFlareonGastlyGengarGyaradosHaunterJigglypuffJolteonKoffingMagikarpMagnemiteMagnetonMarowakMewtwo (Mega Y) • MukNidokingOmanyteOnixPikachuPsyduckRaichuSnorlaxSquirtleWeepinbellWeezingWigglytuff
Generation II Pokémon ChikoritaCyndaquilEnteiFeraligatrHeracrossLugiaScizorTyranitarUmbreonWobbuffet
Generation III Pokémon BlazikenBreloomDeoxysFlygonGardevoirKyogreMawileMiloticRayquazaRegiceRegisteelSceptileTorchicZangoose
Generation IV Pokémon ArceusDarkraiDialga & PalkiaGalladeGarchompGiratinaGlaceonLucarioMismagiusPachirisuPorygon-ZRampardosRioluRotom
Generation V Pokémon AudinoChandelureDurantKlinklangKyuremLilligantMienshaoOshawottScolipedeSolosisStunfiskZoroark
Generation VI Pokémon ChespinClauncherGreninjaHonedgeSylveon
Humans & Misc. Pokémon Characters GhostMayMissingNo.Red
Stages Bellchime TrailClash of the Weather TrioGateway ColosseumGlitch CityGroudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza BattleHill of the AncientsKalos Pokémon LeagueMareep GrasslandMt.CoronetOutskirt StandPokemon CenterPokémon 3DPokémon StadiumRoute 7 - Riviere WalkRuins of AlphSpear PillarThe Meeting PlaceType Wild - Field