Last modified on 1 October 2014, at 19:19

Panpour (Meiji December 2011)

Panpour
ヒヤップ Hiyappu
Panpour P Meiji2011.png
Front art from promotional expansion

art from expansion
Panpour P Meiji2011 b.png
Back art from promotional expansion
Name Panpour
Rarity Battrio Single rarity.png Single
Option 1 2 3
Name Invisible Shiny Invisible Shiny
Attack type Battrio Water type.png Water Battrio Grass type.png Grass Battrio Grass type.png Grass
Defense type Battrio Water type.png Water Battrio Grass type.png Grass Battrio Grass type.png Grass
Level 30
Attack power
Defense power
Speed
Icon Battrio icon super berry.png
HP 75 45 45
Base color:
White
Spin color:
Red
Pokémon Battrio puck P

Panpour (Japanese: ヒヤップ Hiyappu) is a Pokémon Battrio puck. It is one of the Special Spin Pucks.

Details

Option 1
Battrio Water type.png Scald
Critical Hit Ratio ???
Unknown probability
Option 2
Battrio Grass type.png Vine Whip
Critical Hit Ratio ???
Unknown probability
Option 3
Battrio Grass type.png Vine Whip
Critical Hit Ratio ???
Unknown probability

Puck Data

Option 1
Icon Battrio icon super berry.png Super Berry
A flashing red and white super berry will randomly drop on the field for a limited time. Pokémon that pick it up will gain a temporary attack and speed boost.
HP 75
Attack power 88
+20 if this Pokémon is over-leveled
Defense power 62
+20 if this Pokémon is over-leveled
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal
Berry Gauge Battrio berry gauge.pngBattrio berry gauge.pngBattrio berry gauge.pngBattrio berry gauge.png
Team Gauge ★★★★
Feature Battrio feature redspin.png Spin Attack
Grouping three red spin colors will always summon Pikachu during a Spin Attack.
Option 2
HP  ??
Attack power  ??
Defense power  ??
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal
Option 3
HP  ??
Attack power  ??
Defense power  ??
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal

Release information

This puck was one of twelve available in limited edition Battrio V Meiji chocolate packs sold at select retailers and in Pokémon Centers during October 2011.


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