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リボン Ribbon
Art from PBR (English Version)
Gender Female
Eye color Light brown
Hair color Purple
Hometown Pokétopia
Region Unknown
Trainer class Colosseum Master
Generation IV
Games Battle Revolution

Colosseum Master Sashay (Japanese: コロシアムマスター リボン Colosseum Master Ribbon) is the sixth Colosseum leader in Pokémon Battle Revolution, as well as the second Colosseum Master. She is also the head of Sunny Park Colosseum. Trainers in her Colosseum sometimes refer to her as "Ms. Sashay". Like Taylor, Sashay appears to like cute and beautiful Pokémon, which matches her nearly narcissistic views of her own beauty. Sashay also considers herself an expert dancer.

When facing her in Little Battle format, her Trainer class is changed from Colosseum Master to Little Queen (Japanese: リトルクイーン Little Queen), a Trainer class exclusive to her. When battled in the Masters Battles, her Trainer class becomes Master Middle (Japanese: マスターミドル Master Middle), another exclusive class. Similarly, there is a Trainer class called Sashay Fan Club, the members of which presumably being members of a fan club with the same name.

Sashay has white skin in the Japanese version of the game. For unknown reasons, her skin tone was darkened along with Rosie's in the English release. She was also given a pair of purple shorts under her white miniskirt.


Sunny Park Colosseum

Lv. 30 Open

Stargazer Colosseum

Masters Battle Set 2

Sashay will always lead with Spiritomb and summon Weavile last.

Masters Battle Set 6

Sashay will always send out Umbreon first.

Little Battle Pokémon


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Battle Revolution (JP).


Language Name Origin
Japanese リボン Ribbon From ribbon.
English Sashay From sash, a cloth belt, and sashay, a ballet term.
French Rubana From ruban, ribbon.
German Arabeske From arabesque, a ballet position.
Italian Graziella From grazia, grace.
Spanish Cinta Literally means belt or ribbon.

Pokétopia Colosseum Masters and Leaders
Pokétopia Master: Mysterial
Colosseum Masters: JoeSashayKruger
Colosseum Leaders: TaylorMarinaRosie

Trainer classes in Battle Revolution
Beginning TrainerBug-Catching ManChallengerClose SiblingsColosseum LeaderColosseum Master
Cool BeautyCute ManiacElectrifying GuyFreshwomanFuture GirlGirl In LoveHardheaded GirlHigh-Tech Maniac
Hiking Club MemberHiking GirlIcy GuyJoe's GroupieKruger FamilyLeader-in-TrainingLittle QueenLone Wolf
Magician's ApprenticeMaster ClassMature CoupleMay-December CoupleMuddy BoyNew StarNoviceOrdinary GuyOrdinary Lady
Passionate ManPassionate RiderPicnic GirlPikachu FanPoison Tongue BoyPokétopia MasterRookieSashay Fan Club
Sci-Fi ManiacShocking GirlSightseerSprout TrainerSteel SpiritStubborn BoySwimming ChampSwimming Club Member
Three BrothersThree SistersTomboyTraveling GuyTraveling LadyTwin BrothersTwin SistersYouthful Couple

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