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|National Dex Nr.||#763|
|Alola Dex Nr.||#173|
|Ability/ies||Queenly Majesty, Leaf Guard|
|Average Weight||47.2 lbs.|
Tsareena is a bipedal, fruit-like Pokémon with a humanoid appearance. It has a purplish torso with petite, fingerless arms and long, powerful legs. These legs have three pointed projections on the upper portion near its hips, and the feet on the lower portion are pointy. Its hips are white and resemble the insides of a mangosteen fruit. Its head is also white, and its face consists of two heavy-lidded eyes with purple irises and long eyelashes. Part of its face is covered by a short ruffle, extended from its torso. On top of its head is a light green calyx, consisting of three long, yellow-spotted sepals that reach to the ankles, and one shorter, curved sepal. The calyx as a whole resembles a hairstyle, with the curved sepal resembling bangs. Growing atop of the calyx is a small, purple fruit resembling a tiny crown with narrow yellow stripes.
Tsareena is a Pokémon of a high class nature that will immediately punish any other Pokémon or human with evil in mind. This attitude is also present under control of its Trainer, as it glares disapprovingly to its Trainer when the latter commands Tsareena to use an ineffective move. Tsareena is a kicking virtuoso and mainly uses these well-honed skills in battle. Additionally, Tsareena emits a fragrance that enthralls the opponent during a battle. Tsareena evolves only from the strongest of Steenee, and when it does, it receives blessing from other Steenee and uses its strength to protect the defenseless Bounsweet. It is said, however, that Tsareena loses its power when the crown-like fruit on its calyx is touched.
Tsareena is based on a mangosteen fruit, and a female monarch, such as a queen. This may be a reference to the mangosteen being also known as the "Queen of the Fruit".
Tsareena's name is a pun on tsarina or czarina, a Russian monarch, and mangosteen. Serene and queen may also be incorporated.
Amājo comes from 甘い amai (sweet) and 女王 joō (queen)
Names in other Languages
|From 甘い amai and 女王 joō.|
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