- It's like that on multiple images. I believe it has to do with the file that's used as a placeholder. It appears someone uploaded a picture of Mega Banette to it, and it's also showing up elsewhere. —snoωed ℓightning 16:15, 10/14/2013
- Very sorry about this, we will be trying to rectify these sort of problems soon. If you see any more just shoot one of the admins a message to notify us. 16:48, October 14, 2013 (UTC)
Mega Gardevoir picture
- If you see something wrong, fix it. 04:33, November 5, 2013 (UTC)
In the trivia section, there are two unfounded claims; that Gardevoir is feminine, and that it was originally going to have a 100% Female gender ratio.
These are both unreasonable assumptions to make. Gardevoir's Japanese name (サーナイト) translates as "Sirknight." Based on this, and Japan's differing ideas and stereotypes, Gardevoir was more likely intended as masculine or unisex. Gardevoir resembles a European Knight, with a robe and a "helmet" (the green hair). Gardevoir also resembles Anesama Ningyo, a style of Japanese paper doll, where both sexes wear dresses/robes.