Pansear uses the Gluttony Ability. This Ability allows it to consume its held Berry earlier than usual as a result of HP loss. Pansear's Hidden Ability is the Blaze Ability. This Ability gives its Fire-type moves a 50% increase when its HP falls below one-third of its maximum.
Pansear takes on the appearance of a red monkey with flame-like patterns on its ears. The fur on its head also grows like a flame.
Pansear has no distinguished features that differentiate between male or female.
Pansear can be found inside Pinwheel Forest and Lostlorn Forest in Pokémon Black and Pokémon White. A Pansear can also be obtained at the Dreamyard if you chose Oshawott as your Starter Pokémon. Pansear appears in the Lostlorn Forest and Pinwheel Forest in Black 2 and White 2.
Pansear appears at Beginning Garde, Echo Valley Cave 1-3 and Volcanic Slope Magma 3-2 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Trading Card Game
A total of six Pansear cards are in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is listed as a Common Card in the Black&White, Emerging Powers, Noble Victories, Next Destinies, Plasma Storm and XY sets.
Chili would use a Pansear in a Gym Battle against Ash. Pansear would be defeated by Ash's Tepig. Chili and his Pansear would also appear during the episode A Call for Brotherly Love!. It would lose a one-on-one contest to Cilan and his Pansage, which would eventually lead it to undergo a training sequence reminiscent of a similar training montage from the Rocky movies. Afterwards, it would defeat Ash's Oshawott in a one-on-one battle.
Pansear has yet to appear in the Movies as of writing.
Chili makes appearances with his Pansear in Chapters 469, 470, 492, and Black & White Chapters 53 & 54.
Pansear is listed in the NFE, or Not Fully Evolved Tier of Competitive Battling as it is an unevolved Pokémon.
Generation V Exclusive Moves
- TM83: Work Up
Via Move Tutor (Black2/White2)
- Pansear is a member of the Triple-Battle Gimmick team; the other members are the Grass Monkey Pansage and the Water Monkey Panpour.
- Pansear and its evolved form Simisear are the first two Pokémon that aren't Fire-type Starter Pokémon to have any kind of access to the Blaze Ability.
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