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Chili's Pansear
ポッドのバオップ Pod's Baoppu
Poké Ball
Chili Pansear.png
Chili's Pansear
Debuts in Triple Leaders, Team Threats!
Caught at Unova
Gender Unknown
Ability Gluttony
Current location With Chili
Pansear
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Pansear Chinami Nishimura Tom Wayland

Chili's Pansear (Japanese: ポッドのバオップ Pod's Baoppu) is the first and only Pokémon Chili is known to have. It first appeared in Triple Leaders, Team Threats!.

In the anime

History

Chili and Pansear

Pansear is Chili's only known Pokémon. It made its first appearance in Triple Leaders, Team Threats! where Chili introduced it to Ash, who scanned it with his Pokédex before battling.

Pansear was the first Pokémon Ash faced in his Striaton City Gym battle, where it went up against Ash's Tepig. Because it was Tepig's first battle with Ash as his Trainer, Chili felt Pansear had the advantage. Pansear managed to put up a good fight against Tepig with its powerful Dig attack, along with Fire Punch that sent Tepig flying. However, Tepig dove into the tunnels after Pansear and bit down on its tail which caused Pansear extreme pain. Tepig then spun Pansear around by its tail and threw it across the field, then followed up with Ember and Tackled it into the wall, knocking Pansear out.

It was later revealed in A Rival Battle for Club Champ! that Pansear had battled against Trip's Servine sometime before Ash arrived at the Gym and lost. It also went up against Burgundy some time after Ash had conquered the Gym, and lost to her as well.

Pansear returned in A Call for Brotherly Love! when Chili arrived at Driftveil City to battle against Cilan, where Pansear happily greeted its friend Pansage. During the battle, it was revealed to have learned Flame Charge and Fire Blast. Despite having a type advantage, it lost against Pansage. Pansage helped it to its feet, and when Chili tried to recall Pansear, Pansear avoided the Poké Ball's light and Chili scolded it for losing. Angered, Pansear scorched Chili and ran away. After Cilan spoke to Cress, and learned of Chili's situation, the brothers found Pansear eating apples in a tree. When Chili asked Pansear to come down and talk, Pansear threw an apple at him, so Pansage climbed up the tree and tried reasoning with it instead. Chili then climbed up the tree, apologized to Pansear for getting angry, and told it that he wanted to help it train. Pansear accepted his Trainer's apology, and the pair began taking advice from Cilan.

Chili and Pansear hugging after their victory

Cilan proposed that Pansear learn a new move to help defend it against Water-type Pokémon, since all of its moves at the time were Fire-type moves. The team decided to help Pansear learn SolarBeam, and they all started to train with it. First, they worked to absorb the sun's energy, then Pansage taught it how to harness the energy and fire it in a beam of light. Pansear tried but failed to successfully use SolarBeam, so they generally worked on training its strength, putting it through various exercises. At the end of the training session, it was successfully able to perform SolarBeam. Overjoyed, Ash challenged Chili to a match to see how much stronger Pansear had gotten. Pansear then battled against Ash's Oshawott and successfully managed to defeat it. Happily, Pansear leapt into Chili's arms and the two embraced in a hug. The pair then thanked Cilan and Pansage for all their help, and bid them farewell.

Personality and characteristics

Pansear is generally friendly and loves to battle. It is very determined to do its best in any circumstance. However, it shares a temper with its Trainer, Chili, as well as a love for food when upset, something that has been pointed out by Cilan. These similarities often cause the two to butt heads, but they do genuinely care for one another, and the similarities will bring them back together.

Pansear is also shown to have a close relationship with Cilan's Pansage, as the two happily greeted one another before their battle in A Call for Brotherly Love!. It also opened up to Pansage about its woes after it and Chili got in a fight, then later had Pansage teach it SolarBeam.

Moves used

Chili Pansear Flamethrower.png
Using Flamethrower
Chili Pansear Flame Charge.png
Using Flame Charge
Move First Used In
Flamethrower Triple Leaders, Team Threats!
Dig Triple Leaders, Team Threats!
Fire Punch  Triple Leaders, Team Threats!
Flame Charge  A Call for Brotherly Love!
Fire Blast  A Call for Brotherly Love!
SolarBeam  A Call for Brotherly Love!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Chili's Pansear appears in the following games:

Pokémon Black and White

Spr 5b 513.png
Type:
  Fire  
Ability:
Gluttony
Held item:
None.png None None.png
Pansear Lv.14
Work Up
Normal Status
Lick
Ghost Physical
Fury Swipes
Normal Physical
Incinerate
Fire Special

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Chili's Simisear in Pokémon Adventures

Simisear is Chili's only known Pokémon in Pokémon Adventures that first appeared as a Pansear. Simisear also assists Chili and his brothers in the kitchen by using its flames to heat up tea for their customers. Simisear, as a Pansear, first appeared with its Trainer at the Striaton Gym where it uses the flames on its head to prepare tea for Black, Cheren and Bianca.

As a Pansear

Later, it is used in the Gym Battle against Black, Cheren and Bianca alongside Chili's brothers' Pokémon. They proved powerful against Black's Tep, Bianca's Oshawott and Cheren's Snivy with their type advantages. Eventually, Pansear ended up being knocked out by Bianca's Oshawott after being hit by its water-soaked scalchop.

Much later, Pansear was used to battle the Shadow Triad where it evolves during the battle with the use of a Fire Stone.

Moves used

Chili Pansear Incinerate Adventures.png
Using Incinerate as a Pansear
Move First Used In
Incinerate Their First Gym Battle
Work Up Their First Gym Battle
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the Pocket Monsters BW manga

In the Pocket Monsters BW manga, Chili appears with a Pansear who participates in a battle with Clefairy. Pansear teams with the brothers' Elemental monkeys. During the battle, Clefairy uses the attacks shot from the monkeys including Pansear's unidentified Fire-type move to his advantage for making green tea.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Pansear.

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