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Talk:Bonsly (Pokémon)

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If anyone's wondering where the name came from, check - Vagabond Aeon


How do you pronounce this? I would call it Bons-lee, but with the name origin, it could be Bon-sly. Any ideas? - Ferret 02:28, 26 Jun 2005 (UTC)

I don't remember writing that and still don't have an answer. Ha ha ha. - Ferret 23:30, 3 May 2006 (UTC)
I pronounce it Bon-sly. I don't think we can find out until the movie is released. --FabuVinny 15:55, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
I also pronounce it "Bons-lee." --Argy
From Pokebeach today:
I was just e-mailed by PUSA with this info "The only thing I wanted to clear up on your post is that Bonsly is pronounced Bon-sly -- officially. The pun is that it's a "sly" "bonsai" tree, you don't realize it's a Pokémon. Regardless of what others say by accident, I wanted you to know the actual pronunciation."
So it is officially Bon-sly.--FabuVinny 15:43, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

Edit request

Could an admin put up a "bad picture" template on? The artwork pic is blurry. CuboneKing 01:12, 13 November 2009 (UTC)


In trivia Bonsly is the only Pokémon yet that is usable in-game by a player during the generation before its release, as it was on the Battle Bingo Bonsly card. it isnt exactly correct since munchlax is playble through hacking in mystery dungeon and also playble in pokemon dash, shouldnt it be that it is only pokemon to be avaible for use in an in-game battle?

Wouldn't that also make those two Pokemon technically Generation III, since they are playable in at least one game in the generation? Pawsrent 19:48, 13 July 2010 (UTC)