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#512 Simisage
512Simisage
Simisage, as it appears in Pokémon Black and White.
Category Thorn Monkey Pokémon
Original Region Unova
National Dex Nr. #512
Unova Dex Nr. #018/038
Generation 5
Pokémon Color Green
Type(s) Grass
Ability/ies Gluttony
(Hidden: Overgrow)
Average Height 3'07"
Average Weight 67.2 lbs.
Evolves From Pansage
Evolves Into N/A

Simisage, known in Japan as ヤナッキー (Yanakkie) is a Grass-type Pokémon from Unova. Pansage evolves into this Pokémon after being exposed to a Leaf Stone. It is a green monkey with an enormous fir-like pompadour on its head. It also has white eyebrows and white fur on its shoulders. It's got a cream-colored face, abdomen, hands and feet. Its limbs are completely covered in green fur.

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

Statistics

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



Trivia

Origin

Like Pansage, Simisage is based on monkeys and trees. Because of this, it is either a visual pun on monkey trees or leaf monkeys. Its hairstyle is based on the bōsōzoku or yankee subcultures

Name Origin

Simisage is a combination of simian 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 Yanakkie is a combination of either 柳 yanagi (willow) or 野菜 yasai (vegetable), and monkey. It may or may not involve ヤンキー yankee (delinquent youth) and けっき kekki (vigor) as well.

Names in other Languages

Language Name Meaning
Japaneseヤナッキー
Yanakkie
From 柳 yanagi (willow) or 野菜 yasai (vegetable), and monkey.
FrenchFeuilloutanFrom feuille and orang-outan
GermanVegichitaFrom vegetation and Chita.


National Pokédex
511MS
← #511: Pansage
512MS
#512: Simisage
513MS
#513: Pansear →

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