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Sashay consider herself an expert at dancing.
 
Sashay consider herself an expert at dancing.
   
Interestingly enough, Sashay had white skin in the Japanese version of the game. However, her skin color was changed to tan in the English version.
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Interestingly enough, Sashay had white skin in the Japanese version of the game. However, her skin color was changed to black in the English version.
   
 
When facing her in Little Battle format, her [[Trainer classes|Trainer class]] is changed from Colosseum Master to [[Little Queen]], a Trainer class exclusive to her.
 
When facing her in Little Battle format, her [[Trainer classes|Trainer class]] is changed from Colosseum Master to [[Little Queen]], a Trainer class exclusive to her.

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Sashay (Japanese version)
Colosseum Master Sashay (Japanese: コロシアムマスター リボン Colosseum Master Ribon) is the sixth Colosseum leader in Pokémon Battle Revolution, and the second Colosseum Master. She is the head of Sunny Park Colosseum. Like the six Colosseum Leaders, she cosplays a Pokémon, despite the fact that she is not a Colosseum Leader and is a Colosseum Master instead. She has purple hair, black skin, and light brown eyes. She is probably in her 20s. Like Taylor, Sashay appears to like cute and beautiful Pokémon, and uses both in battle. Trainers in her Colosseum sometimes refer to her as "Ms. Sashay".

There is a Trainer class called Sashay Fan Club. It is presumed Trainers of this class belong to a club of the same name.

Sashay consider herself an expert at dancing.

Interestingly enough, Sashay had white skin in the Japanese version of the game. However, her skin color was changed to black in the English version.

When facing her in Little Battle format, her Trainer class is changed from Colosseum Master to Little Queen, a Trainer class exclusive to her.

Her Japanese name, Ribon, is based on the fact that she is decked out from head to toe in ribbons. Her English name, Sashay, has the same origin, except it refers sashes instead of ribbons. It is also a reference to dancing.