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Bonsly

Bonsly (Japanese: ウソハチ Usohachi) is a Template:Type baby Pokémon introduced in Generation IV.

It evolves into Template:P when leveled up while knowing Template:M.

Biology

Bonsly is a round, brown Pokémon with the top of its head resembling a club (♣). A rim goes around the middle of its body. There are three yellow spots on its face, two of which surround its eyes, which are small black dots. It has short legs and toeless feet. Bonsly also has a hole on its rear similar to the draining hole of a flowerpot.

Bonsly is a good mimic, making it often mistaken for a real bonsai tree, though it can easily stand out in a dry environment that lacks greenery. It can remain in the same spot for a long time. It also has a habit of crying, not because it is sad or needing attention, but rather it is due to excess moisture in its body. It dies if it gets too damp with this moisture. This habit also gets enemies to let their guards down. It prefers dry areas, but it isn't uncommon to see one in a garden. As suggested by Brock's Bonsly, a very young Bonsly needs to be bottle-fed but can eat solid food when it matures.

In the anime

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Major appearances

Brock's Bonsly

In From Cradle to Save, Template:An Template:Pkmn2 a Template:Pkmn2 Template:TP and took care of it. It was needy and prone to stress. Bonsly eventually evolved into Template:P in Leave it To Brocko! during a Template:Pkmn with Template:TRT.

Other

Bonsly debuted in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, where it followed Template:Ash and Template:Ashfr during their mission to rescue Template:AP, befriending Template:An in the process. By the end of the Template:Pkmn, it befriended a Template:OBP and became a permanent resident of the Tree of Beginning, where Mew resided.

In King and Queen for a Day, a Bonsly and Template:P that were stars of a television show went missing and were discovered to be sick when they were found, so Brock's Bonsly and James's Mime Jr. had to fill in for them.

A Template:Pkmn2 Bonsly appeared in PK15. It joined Template:AP and the other Pokémon on the trip to the haunted house.

Minor appearances

A Bonsly appeared in The Fleeing Tower of Sunyshore!, where it was one of the Pokémon seen at the Sunyshore City Pokémon Center.

A Bonsly appeared in Forging Forest Friendships!, where Template:TRT had captured it and a Template:P in a net. However, they were freed by Ash when a Template:P asked for his help.

A Template:Pkmn's Bonsly appeared in Adventures in Running Errands!.

A Bonsly appeared in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel.

A Trainer's Bonsly appeared in The First Day of the Rest of Your Life!.

Four Bonsly appeared in Alola to New Adventure!, with one being under the ownership of a Trainer and the rest being wild.

Two Trainers' Bonsly appeared in A Shocking Grocery Run!.

A Bonsly appeared in Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge!, where it was among the Pokémon playing in Template:An's garden. It appeared again in The Ol' Raise and Switch!.

A Trainer's Bonsly appeared in Partner Promises!.

A Trainer's Bonsly appeared in Mounting an Electrifying Charge!.

Two Bonsly appeared in Deceiving Appearances!, where they were among the Pokémon seen at Aether Paradise.

A Trainer's Bonsly appeared in I Choose Paradise!, where it was among the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Paradise Resort.

Three Trainers' Bonsly appeared in Securing the Future!, where they joined the rest of Alola in showering Template:DL with light so it could return to its Template:DL.

A Bonsly appeared during a fantasy in SM096.

Pokédex entries

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In the manga

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In the Pokémon Adventures manga

A Bonsly appeared in Deprogramming Porygon-Z, under the ownership of a Template:Tc.

A Trainer's Bonsly appeared in The Decision and the Tournament of Six.

A Bonsly appeared in Lush Jungle in PASM11.

In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

A Bonsly appeared in a fantasy in The Mystery Boy, Jun!!.

Hareta has a Bonsly which he caught it in Team Galactic's Greatest Warrior.

In the Pokémon Pocket Monsters manga

Bonsly appears in the first chapter of Template:OBP.

In the TCG

Main article: Bonsly (TCG)

Other appearances

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Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Bonsly appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a Poké Ball Pokémon. Once released, characters can pick it up and throw it at other players. Due to its weight, characters holding it can only move very slowly and it can't be thrown very far, but a direct hit does massive damage and can result in a knockout within two hits (at 0% damage).

Trophy information

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Game data

NPC appearances

Pokédex entries

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Game locations

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In side games

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Stats

Base stats

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Pokéathlon stats

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Type effectiveness

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Learnset

Note that, while Bonsly appears in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness during Generation III, it is incapable of learning any moves in any way. As such, it is not recognized as having a Generation III learnset. In Battle Bingo, its only move is Template:M.

By leveling up

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By TM/HM

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By Template:Pkmn

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By tutoring

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Anime-only moves

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Side game data

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Evolution

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Sprites

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Trivia

  • Bonsly's English name was revealed on June 16, 2005.
  • 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 Template:DL.
  • Both Bonsly and Template:P had their cries revealed at the same time, in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, being the first Template:Cat to receive this treatment.
  • Bonsly has the lowest base Template:Stat stat of any Pokémon, tied with Template:P, Template:P, and Template:Alo.
  • Bonsly appears in the episode, Andrina and the Egg, where Andrina adopts him as her Pokemon.
  • His appearances in the Stephen Squirrelsky and Friends' Movie Spoof Travels are AiAi The Monkey and A Day for George, The Reindeer and the Deer, Animal Story 2, AiAi the Monkey's Grand Adventure: The Search for Tails, A Cartoon Character's Life, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 7, Here Comes Winnie the Pooh, Animals, Inc, Simba 2, Miss Bianca and the Bernard 2: Fievel's Adventure, FernGully: The Last Rainforest, A Pooh in Central Park, Bubblesrella 2: Dreams Come True, The Brave Little Piglet, Kung Fu Owen, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 8, The Thomas O'Malley Movie, Kermit Returns, Fievel the Red Nosed Mouse and The Island of Misfits, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 9, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Finding Alvin, Animated Tale, The Forest Book 2, Nikki's Adventures of Sing Along Songs Episode 10, Madagascar, and Sleeping Beauty and will even be in more movie spoof travels.

Origin

It may be based on Template:Wp, plants which have become fossilized over time, placed into a flowerpot. Similarly, it may simply be modeled on the bonsai tree itself.

Name origin

Bonsly is a combination of Template:Wp (miniature tree) and sly or lie.

Usohachi is a combination of 嘘 uso (false) and 鉢 hachi (flowerpot). It may be a play on 嘘っぱち usoppachi (downright lie).

In other languages

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Related articles

External links

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