Pesselle

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Pesselle
キネ Kine
Legends Arceus Pesselle.png
Screenshot from Legends: Arceus
Age Unknown
Gender Female
Eye color Pink
Hair color Pink
Hometown Jubilife Village (original hometown unknown)
Region Hisui
Generation VIII
Games Legends: Arceus
Member of Galaxy Team
Rank Captain, Medical Corps
Anime series Pokémon: Hisuian Snow
Debut Two Hues
English voice actor N/A
Japanese voice actor N/A

Pesselle (Japanese: キネ Kine) is the leader of the Galaxy Team's Medical Corps.

She bears a striking resemblance to Mira and the Pokémon Center lady, but the relationship between them, if any, is unknown.

In the core series games

Pokémon

Pesselle receives a Croagunk from the player as part of Request 34: "Croagunk's Curative Poison". She uses its poison to help a patient's backache.

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Croagunk

Gallery

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Pesselle when taking photos with the player.

Quotes

Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Mission 1 - "In an Unfamiliar Land"
Galaxy Hall (Medical Corps office)
"Don't give up! Keep those eyes open!"
"This is what happens when you go so far afield! But the Medical Corps will put you to rights."
Request 34 - "Croagunk's Curative Poison"
Galaxy Hall (Medical Corps office)
  • Receiving the request
"Ah, you're here for my request about Croagunk?"
"A member of the Diamond Clan told me that they make medicine by diluting Croagunk's poison!"
"Medicine made from Croagunk's poison can apparently relieve pain in the lower back. I'd love to have some to give Buck. The poor gentleman's bedridden from back pain."
"I know how to make the medicine, so all I need is some help getting my hands on Croagunk poison."
"Head to the Crimson Mirelands and catch me a Croagunk, would you?"
  • Completing the request
"Will you let me have a Croagunk?"
Select: "So this is Croagunk! Got a charming little face, hasn't it?"
Quit: "I need Croagunk's poison to make medicine. Please let me have a Croagunk, if you catch one!"
"I need a smidgen of your poison, please, Croagunk. Would you be so kind?"
"Thanks very much! Now to whip up that medicine..."
"There we have it! This ought to be super effective."
"Pokémon come to our aid in surprising ways sometimes, don't they? I bet we'd be able to help an even greater range of people and Pokémon if we could set up some kind of...aid facility where Pokémon worked side by side with us."
"Of course, we'll need to learn much more about Pokémon if that's ever to happen. I'm starting to think the Survey Corps' work will help us in ways people aren't even aware of."
"One moment! I've got a medicine that ought to be a great help."
"It looks like we'll have Buck up on his feet again thanks to you and Croagunk!"
  • If talked to after completing the request
"The medicine should take effect before long. It's bound to help Buck's back feel better."
  • If talked to again after completing Mission 10, before receiving Request 72
"Croagunk's medicine seems to have worked like a charm. Buck is back to work chopping trees, apparently feeling better than ever. Meanwhile, Croagunk here has been hard at work making nice with everybody."
Request 72 - "Pesselle's Easy Errand"
Galaxy Hall (Medical Corps office)
  • Receiving the request
"Hello again. Would you do me a quick little favor?"
Regardless of choice: "Don't worry. It's very simple. Could you bring me a hundred Medicinal Leeks?"
Regardless of choice: "These leeks are well-known for growing practically all over the region. They're also called wayfarer's friends. Knowing you, I bet you could gather a hundred of them in your sleep!"
"Once you have a hundred Medicinal Leeks you can spare for me, please do bring them on by!"
  • Completing the request
"I see you've gathered a hundred leeks! Will you give them to me?"
Sure, here you go!: "Ah, what fine leeks! This will be enough to make plenty of medicine. I'm always running out, what with our constant stream of injured colleagues... This way, the Medical Corps can prepare a nice stock for the folks who can't craft their own medicines like you can."
Galaxy Hall (Medical Corps office)
  • If talked to
  • Before starting the trial during Mission 2
"It's safe here in Jubilife Village. Don't forget you can always return here to rest and recover."
  • After changing into the Survey Corps Uniform
"If you've been attacked by a Pokémon, you can always go to a base camp to rest."
  • After receiving Mission 8
"It's good to look out for your own health, but make sure your Pokémon are fighting fit, too! If not, you'll all be in trouble if a wild Pokémon attacks."
  • After completing all of her requests
"I wish the base camps had roofs. Then you would feel even safer when visiting them!"
Jubilife Village (Photography studio)
"You're here for photos too? I'll take 100 with you if you'd like, <player>."

In the anime

Pokémon: Hisuian Snow

Pesselle appeared in Two Hues. After the events with the Alpha Garchomp the previous night, Pesselle helped Alec tend to the injured Pokémon.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese キネ Kine From 杵 kine (pestle), a tool traditionally used in preparing medicine
English Pesselle From pestle
German Kine Transcription of her Japanese name
Spanish Almira From almirez (metallic mortar)
French Hygia From coupe d'Hygie (bowl of Hygieia) and Hygie (Hygieia, the Greek goddess of health and hygiene)
Italian Tella From pestello (pestle)
Korean 공이 Gong-i From 공이 gong-i (pestle)
Chinese (Mandarin) 杵兒 / 杵儿 Chǔ'ér From 杵 chǔ / chyú (pestle) and similar to 麥兒 / 麦儿 Maì'ér / Mahkyìh (Mira)
Chinese (Cantonese) 杵兒 Chyúyìh


Commander: Kamado
Captains: CylleneZisuPesselleTao HuaSanquaColza
Members: Professor LaventonRei (Masters) • Akari (Masters)
BeniRessRye
Former members: CharmCloverCoin
Locations: Jubilife VillageGalaxy HallBase camps
See also: Pearl ClanDiamond Clan


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