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Pansage (Pokémon)

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===Major appearances===
====[[Cilan's Pansage]]====
{{an|Cilan}} owns a {{TP|Cilan|Pansage}}, which debuted in ''[[BW005|Triple Leaders, Team Threats!]]'', also marking the species' debut. ItHe appeared alongside {{p|Pansear}} and {{p|Panpour}}, which were owned by [[Chili]] and [[Cress]], respectively. ItHe has since been used by Cilan commonly during his travels with {{Ash}} and {{an|Iris}}.
 
===Minor appearances===
A {{pkmn|Trainer}}'s Pansage was seen at a [[Poké Mart]]appeared in ''[[BW019|A Connoisseur's Revenge!]]'', where it was one of the Pokémon at a [[Poké Mart]] near [[Castelia City]].
 
A Pansage briefly appeared in ''[[BW051|Lost at the Stamp Rally!]]''.
Multiple Pansage appeared in ''[[BW053|A Maractus Musical!]]''.
 
A Trainer's Pansage appeared in ''[[XY059|Under the Pledging Tree!]]'', where it was among the Pokémon present during the [[Coumarine City Festival]].
 
A Trainer's Pansage appeared in ''[[XY061|An Oasis of Hope!]]''.
==In the manga==
[[File:Cilan Pansage Adventures.png|thumb|200px|Pansage in [[Pokémon Adventures]]]]
===In the Be the Best! Pokémon B+W manga===
In ''[[PBW2|The Key to Triple Battles]]'', [[Cheren]] uses a Pansage against [[Monta]] in a [[Triple Battle]].
 
===In the Pocket Monsters BW manga===
{{main|Cilan's Pansage}}
In the {{OBP|Pocket Monsters BW|Kosaku Anakubo}} manga, [[Cilan]] uses a Pansage against [[Red's Clefairy]] in [[PMBW02]] when he tries to instigate a fight between Cilan and his brothers [[Chili]] and [[Cress]]. The three brothers use their Pokémon against Clefairy, however, their group attack backfires when Clefairy uses the effects of {{p|Pansear}}, {{p|Panpour}} and Pansage to make green tea.
 
===In the Be the Best! Pokémon B+W manga===
In ''[[PBW2|The Key to Triple Battles]]'', [[Cheren]] uses a Pansage against [[Monta]] in a triple battle.
 
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
{{main|Cilan's Pansage}}
Pansage made its debutdebuted in [[Pokémon Adventures]] as a short cameo in ''[[PS463|A Nickname for Tepig]]'', alongside [[Cilan]]. It later appeared in ''[[PS469|Welcome To Striaton City!!]]'', where it prepared tea for {{adv|Black}}, {{adv|Cheren}}, and {{adv|Bianca}} alongside its fellow [[elemental monkeys]]. In ''[[PS470|Their First Gym Battle]]'', it battled against [[Bianca's Oshawott]] and won, but later unintentionally caused it and {{TP|Cheren|Snivy}} to be revitalized after they ate the leaves from its head.
 
A Pansage appeared in a fantasy in ''[[PS466|An Odd Speech]]'', and ''[[PS467|Letting Go]]'', and ''[[PAXY05|Kangaskhan...Kangascan't]]''.
 
A Pansage appeared in ''[[PS483|Special Delivery]]'' as one of the Pokémon competing in {{ci|Nimbasa}}'s [[Pokémon Musical]].
 
A {{pkmn|Trainer}}'s Pansage appeared in [[PS535]].
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===PokédexA entries===Pansage appeared in a flashback in ''[[PAXY05|Kangaskhan...Kangascan't]]''.
 
====Pokédex entries====
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{{Mangadexbody|Pokémon Adventures|[[PS470|Their First Gym Battle]]|This Pokémon dwells deep in the forest. Eating a leaf from its head whisks weariness away as if by magic.}}
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{{Dex/Gen/2|gen=V|reg1=Unova|num1=017|label1={{gameabbrev5|BW}}:|reg2=Unova|num2=037|label2={{gameabbrev5|B2W2}}:}}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=Black|t=FFF|entry=This Pokémon dwells deep in the forest. Eating a leaf from its head whisks weariness away as if by magic.}}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=White|entry=It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.}}
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{{Dex/Gen/2|gen=VI|reg1=Kalos|num1=029|label1=Central|reg2=Hoenn }}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=X|t=FFF|entry=It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.}}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=Y|entry=It's good at finding berries and gathers them from all over. It's kind enough to share them with friends.}}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=Omega Ruby|t=FFF|entry=It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.}}
{{Dex/Entry1|v=Alpha Sapphire|t=FFF|entry=It's good at finding berries and gathers them from all over. It's kind enough to share them with friends.}}
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{{Dex/Gen/2|gen=VII|reg1=Alola|reg2=Kanto}}
{{Dex/NE|[[Generation VII]]}}
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|skill=Counterattack
|skilldesc=Deals even more damage the more disruptions there are.
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|egg=5
|buddy=3
|candy=Pansage
|evocandy=50 + [[File:GO Unova Stone.png|20px|link=Unova Stone]] 1
|stamina=137
|attack=104
|defense=94
|fast={{m|Scratch}}, {{m|Vine Whip}}
|special={{m|Energy Ball}}, {{m|Seed Bomb}}, {{m|Crunch}}
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* Pansage was first seen, together with {{p|Axew}}, as a toy featured in [[n:Movie 13, Bandai possibly reveal new Pokémon|two images seen July 2010]], but it wasn't named and nothing was known about it. In the beginning of August 2010, a fake leak of the September issue of CoroCoro showed its own version of this Pokémon. Pansage was officially revealed on August 22, 2010 by [[Pokémon Sunday]].
 
====Origin====
Pansage is based on a {{wp|monkey}} and a {{wp|tree}}; the fact that it is based on both may mean it might be based on the legends of {{wp|Monkey tree phenomenon|monkey trees}} or possibly a visual pun on {{wp|Colobinae|leaf monkeys}}. It, along with its two contemporaries, seems to be inspired by the {{wp|three wise monkeys}} motif; with its mouth open, Pansage represents "speak no evil".
 
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