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#516 Simipour
516Simipour
Simipour, as it appears in Pokémon Black and White.
Category Geyser Pokémon
Original Region Unova
National Dex Nr. #516
Unova Dex Nr. #022/042
Generation 5
Pokémon Color Blue
Type(s) Water
Ability/ies Gluttony
(Hidden: Torrent)
Average Height 3'03"
Average Weight 63.9 lbs.
Evolves From Panpour
Evolves Into N/A

Simipour, known in Japan as ヒヤッキー (Hiyakkie) is a Water-type Pokémon from Unova. Panpour evolves into this Pokémon after being exposed to a Water Stone. It is a blue monkey with a dreadlocks resembling fountain streams on its head. It also has a white and blue coat, covering its chest and most of its belly. It's got a cream-colored muzzle, belly, limbs and tail.

As Panpour forms a trio with Pansage and Pansear, so does Simipour with the latter's evolved forms, Simisage and Simisear, respectively.

Statistics

Base Stats
HP
 
75
Attack
 
98
Defense
 
63
Sp. Attack
 
98
Sp. Defense
 
63
Speed
 
101
Total
 
498



Trivia

Origin

Like Panpour, Simipour is based on a combination between a monkey and a fountain or geyser, and is also likely to be a visual pun on Sea-Monkeys. It may have been inspired by the Ahuizotl as well.

It may also be inspired by geysers and/or waterfalls.

Name Origin

Simipour is a combination of simian and and to pour.

The name Hiyakkie is a combination of either 冷や hiya (cool water) and monkey. It may or may not involve けっき kekki (vigor) as well.

Names in other Languages

Language Name Meaning
Japaneseヒヤッキー
Hiyakkie
From 冷や hiya (cool water) and monkey.
FrenchFlotoutanFrom flotte and orang-outan
GermanSodachitaFrom soda and Chita.


National Pokédex
515MS
← #515: Panpour
516MS
#516: Simipour
517MS
#517: Munna →

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