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#511 'Pansage'
(ヤナップ Yanappu)
Species Type
Grass Monkey Pokémon Grass
Ability Gender
Overgrow (Dream World)
12.5% ♀/87.5% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Weight Height
10.5 kg  ??? 0.6 m  ???
Body style Footprint
BodyUnknown.png F511.png
Marriland Pokédex
Pansage/ Generation IV Pansage/ Generation V

Pansage (Japanese: ヤナップ Yanappu) is a Grass-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. It has the ability Gluttony. It is the Grass Monkey Pokémon.


Pansage appears to be a small, green monkey with a yellowish-khaki chin, arms, and chest. It has green legs and tail, which has a pair of small leaves on its tip. The insides of its ears are light green and it has a tree-like appendage atop its head. This "tree" has 3 teardrop-shaped yellowish-khaki marks on it.

In the Anime

Cilan's Pansage debuted in Triple Leaders, Team Threats.


Pansage evolves into Simisage by use of a Leaf Stone.

Game Info

Game Locations

Version(s) Location Rarity
Black/White Pinwheel Forest, Lostlorn Forest, Dreamyard Rare

Pokédex Entries

Generations I - IV
Pansage did not appear during the Generation I - IV games.
This Pokémon dwells deep in the forest. Eating a leaf from its head whisks weariness away as if by magic.
It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.
Black 2
White 2


Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Scratch 40 100% 35 Normal Physical
4 Leer - 100% 30 Normal Status
7 Lick 20 100% 30 Ghost Physical
10 Vine Whip 35 100% 15 Grass Physical
13 Fury Swipes 18 80% 15 Normal Physical
16 Leech Seed - 90% 10 Grass Status
19 Bite 60 100% 25 Dark Physical
22 Seed Bomb 80 100% 15 Grass Physical
25 Torment - 100% 15 Dark Status
28 Fling - 100% 10 Dark Physical
31 Acrobatics 55 100% 15 Flying Physical
34 Grass Knot - 100% 20 Grass Special
37 Recycle - -% 10 Normal Status
40 Natural Gift - 100% 15 Normal Physical
43 Crunch 80 100% 15 Dark Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.


I Red Blue Yellow Red (JP) Green (JP) Back
Pansage did not appear in Generation I
II Gold Silver Crystal Back
Pansage did not appear in Generation II
III Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back
Pansage did not appear in Generation III
IV Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back
Pansage did not appear in Generation IV
V Black White Black 2 White 2 Back
Pansage BW.gif Pansage BW Back.gif
Shiny Pansage BW.gif Shiny Pansage BW Back.gif


  • Pansage was first seen together with Axew as a toy featured in two images seen in July 2010, but its existence was not yet verified. In the beginning of August a fake leak of the September issue of CoroCoro showed its own version of this Pokémon. Pansage was officially revealed August 22, 2010 by Pokémon Sunday.
  • Pansage's Japanese name, Yanappu, may come from 柳 yanagi, meaning willow, and ape.
  • Pansage, with the other elemental monkeys, seem to be based on the Three Wise Monkeys, with Pansage representing "speak no evil" by having its mouth open. Panpour represents "see no evil" by having its eyes closed and Pansear represents "hear no evil" by having a hand to its ear.
  • If the player chooses Tepig as his/her starter, the player will receive a Pansage from an NPC early in the game. If the player chooses Snivy as his/her starter, the male rival, Cheren, will use a Pansage as part of his team. If the player chooses Oshawott as his/her starter, the player will face Cilan, who uses a Pansage as part of his team, in the first Gym battle and the female rival, Bianca, will also use a Pansage as part of her team.
  • Its name may be an amalgamation of the words Pan (the genius of Chimpanzees and, in the greek mythology, the God of the Wild) and Sage (a commonly used ingredient in cooking and a herb).