Ralts is a dual type Psychic and Fairy Pokemon introduced in Generation III. Prior to Generation VI, it was a pure Psychic type Pokemon. It evolves into Kirlia starting at level 20, which evolves into Gardevoir starting at level 30 or, if male, Gallade when exposed to a Dawn Stone. Take a look below for 26 awesome and interesting facts about Ralts from Pokemon.
1. Ralts is a humanoid Pokemon with a white body.
2. It has thin arms and legs that widen toward the feet.
3. There is a wispy extension trailing off the back of its feet, creating the overall impression of a nightgown or oversized dress.
4. Most of its face is covered by green hair that resembles a bowl cut, but a pair of pinkish red eyes is sometimes visible.
5. There are two flat, red horns on top of its head: a large one toward the front and a smaller one at the back.
6. Ralts uses the horns to read people and Pokémon’s emotions.
7. Warm feelings cause its body to warm as well, but it hides if it senses hostility.
8. If its Trainer is in a cheerful mood, Ralts also becomes cheerful and joyous.
9. It is known to inhabit urban areas, but it does not normally show itself to humans. However, when it senses happy feelings, it will approach people.
10. Ralts’s number in the Sinnoh Pokédex (Platinum only) and the Almia Browser are the same: 157.
11. Ralts’s Pokémon Trozei! sprite is the only one where its eyes are visible. In Pokémon X and Y, Pokémon Colosseum, and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, one can see them if one were to view Ralts from below in the Pokédex/Trainer memo; however, it is not a sprite.
12. Ralts is the only Pokémon with a base stat total of 198.
13. Despite the fact that Wally catches his Ralts on Route 102 at level 5 in the Hoenn games, it is impossible for the player to catch a level 5 Ralts in the entire game, except through the DexNav.
14. As of Generation VIII, Ralts and its evolutionary relatives are the only Pokémon that are in the Amorphous and Human-Like Egg Groups.
15. Ralts’s appearance seems to be based slightly on that of a young child, following the theory that young children can sense feelings easier and more thoroughly than adults. Its red “horns” also resemble the tips of a heart shape.
16. Ralts may be a partial anagram of astral (as in astral body); its other language names seem to follow this.
17. It may also involve relate, referring to the way Ralts will only relate to kind Trainers.
18. It may also be a play on waltz (a type of dance); Ralts’ evolutionary family appears to have several similarities to dancers.
19. Ralts debuted in Do I Hear a Ralts?. Max found one that was very sick and decided to prove his abilities by taking responsibility for it. With the help of Snorunt, he rushed it to the nearest Pokémon Center. He later promised to return for Ralts when he became eligible to be a Trainer.
20. A Ralts appeared in a fantasy in The Right Place and the Right Mime.
21. A Ralts appeared in Fear Factor Phony as a resident of an abandoned mining colony.
22. A Coordinator’s Ralts appeared in Harley Rides Again.
23. A Ralts appeared in Genesect and the Legend Awakened as a resident of Pokémon Hills.
24. A Ralts appeared in BWS01.
25. A Ralts appeared in A Blustery Santalune Gym Battle!.
26. A Trainer’s Ralts appeared in a fantasy in Clemont’s Got a Secret!, when it was defeated along with its Trainer by Clembot.