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#511 Pansage
511Pansage
Pansage, as it appears in Pokémon Black and White.
Category Grass Monkey Pokémon
Original Region Unova
National Dex Nr. #511
Unova Dex Nr. #017/037
Generation 5
Pokémon Color Green
Type(s) Grass
Ability/ies Gluttony
(Hidden: Overgrow)
Average Height 2'00"
Average Weight 23.1 lbs.
Evolves From N/A
Evolves Into Simisage

Pansage, known in Japan as ヤナップ (Yanappu) is a Grass-type Pokémon from Unova, and evolves into Simisage when exposed to a Leaf Stone. It is a green monkey with a tree or bush on its head, and its muzzle, abdomen and arms are cream-colored.

It forms a trio with the similar-looking Pansear and Panpour.

Statistics

Base Stats
HP
 
50
Attack
 
53
Defense
 
48
Sp. Attack
 
53
Sp. Defense
 
48
Speed
 
63
Total
 
315



Trivia

  • Before the reveal of Pansear and Panpour, Pansage was well-liked due to it having a plant on its head that resembles broccoli.

Origin

Pansage seems to be the result of combining monkeys or primates with trees. Because of this, it is either a visual pun on monkey trees or leaf monkeys.

Pansage, Pansear and Panpour collectively might be based on the three wise moneys. Pansage itself might represent "speak no evil".

Name Origin

Pansage is a combination of Pan, the genus of chimpanzees, and sage. Due to it being a Grass Pokémon, the "sage" in its name likely refers to the Salvia officinalis, also known as the common sage.

The name Yanappu is a combination of either 柳 yanagi (willow) or 野菜 yasai (vegetable), and ape.

Names in other Languages

Language Name Meaning
Japaneseヤナップ
Yanappu
From 柳 yanagi (willow) or 野菜 yasai (vegetable), and ape.
FrenchFeuillajouFrom feuille and sapajou
GermanVegimakFrom vegetation and Makak.


National Pokédex
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#511: Pansage
512MS
#512: Simisage →

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