Corsola

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Water
Rock
Corsola
(サニーゴ Sunnygo)
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Coral Pokémon Pokémon
Pokédex
National
222
Johto
Hoenn
Sinnoh
Unova
Kalos
Alola
Ability Gender
Hustle
Natural Cure
Regenerator (Dream World)
75% ♀/ 25% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
pink Unknown
Weight Height
123 lbs. ??? 3'07" ???
Body style Footprint
BodyUnknown.png F222.png
Cry
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
55 55 85
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
65 85 35
Total
380

[[Category:pink Pokémon]]


Corsola (Japanese: サニーゴ Sunnygo) is a Water/Rock-type Pokémon.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Corsola is composed of a pink coral-like substance. It has a small face and a white underbelly. In addition to the coral outgrowths (also described as branches) situated all over the upper half of its body, Corsola also has a growth like a horn on its head, and that is considered its natural armament when facing underwater predators. The branches serve to supply Corsola with nutrients by absorbing them from wherever there is clean water. The branches are amazingly expendable; if any branch breaks off, Corsola can grow it back over the period of one night (compare with Staryu). However, this fragility is undermined by Corsola’s inability to live in polluted water. If the sea is polluted, Corsola’s branches become discolored and soon crumble away, where soon after the Pokémon will die.

Special abilities[edit | edit source]

Corsola has the ability Hustle which its shares with six other Pokémon. Its second ability is Natural Cure. Due to its appearance, it seems that Corsola could easily disguise itself as a rock or coral to avoid being eaten/attacked.

In the anime[edit | edit source]

In the Pokémon anime, Misty caught a Corsola in the episode A Corsola Caper, and has owned it ever since. It almost immediately became Misty's primary battling Pokémon, displaying surprisingly strong offensive abilities (in one case, knocking out a Gyarados with a single attack) in addition to the defensive power for which the species is best known.

Evolution[edit | edit source]

This Pokémon does not evolve.

Game info[edit | edit source]

Game locations[edit | edit source]

Version(s) Location Rarity
Gold/Silver Cherrygrove City, Olivine City, Cianwood City, Cerulean City, Cinnabar Island, Routes 19, 20, 21, 34, 40 and 41 Rare
Crystal Cherrygrove City, Olivine City, Cianwood City, Cerulean City, Cinnabar Island, Routes 19, 20, 21, 34, 40 and 41 Rare
Ruby/ Sapphire Ever Grande City and Route 128 Uncommon
Emerald Ever Grande City and Route 128 Uncommon
FireRed/ LeafGreen Trade None
Diamond/ Pearl Route 230 Swarm
Platinum Route 230 Swarm
HeartGold/SoulSilver Cherrygrove City, Olivine City, Cianwood City, Cerulean City, Cinnabar Island, Routes 19, 20, 21, 34, 40 and 41 Rare
Black/White Route 13, Undella Town Uncommon

Side game locations[edit | edit source]

Game(s) Location
Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire Hatch an egg
Pokémon Trozei! Phobos Submarine, Endless Level 20, Forever Level 20, Mr. Who's Den
Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team Silver Trench (5-13F), Grand Sea (5-13F), Fantasy Strait (5-13BF)
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Marine Resort (1-19BF)
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Puel Sea
PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure Beach Zone
Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs Coral Sea


Pokédex entries[edit | edit source]

Generation I
Corsola did not appear during the Generation I games.
Gold
It continuously sheds and grows. The tip of its head is prized as a treasure for its beauty.
Silver
In a south sea nation, the people live in communities that are built on groups of these Pokémon.
Crystal
The points on its head absorb nutrients from clear water. They cannot survive in polluted water.
Ruby
Corsola's branches glitter very beautifully in seven colors when they catch sunlight. If any branch breaks off, this Pokémon grows it back in just one night.
Sapphire
Clusters of Corsola congregate in warm seas where they serve as ideal hiding places for smaller Pokémon. When the water temperature falls, this Pokémon migrates to the southern seas.
Emerald
Corsola live in warm southern seas. If the sea becomes polluted, the beautiful coral stalks become discolored and crumble away in tatters.
FireRed
In a south sea nation, the people live in communities that are built on groups of these Pokémon.
LeafGreen
It continuously sheds and grows. The tip of its head is prized as a treasure for its beauty.
Diamond
Many live in the clean seas of the south. They apparently can't live in polluted waters.
Pearl
Many live in the clean seas of the south. They apparently can't live in polluted waters.
Platinum
Many live in the clean seas of the south. They apparently can't live in polluted waters.
HeartGold
It continuously sheds and grows. The tip of its head is prized as a treasure for its beauty.
SoulSilver
In a south sea nation, the people live in communities that are built on groups of these Pokémon.
Black
Many live in the clean seas of the south. They apparently can't live in polluted waters.
White
Many live in the clean seas of the south. They apparently can't live in polluted waters.
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Origins[edit | edit source]

It is obvious that Corsola is based off a rock or coral whilst its name comes from coral and sole.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite Corsola's Pokédex entries of Pokémon Black and White, Diamond, Pearl, Crystal and Platinum all suggesting that Corsola can't live in polluted waters, it can still learn Toxic by TM in all of them games.
    • The Pokédex entry for Emerald also suggests that if a Corsola used Toxic underwater its coral stalks would crumble away.
  • Despite Corsola being a Water/Rock type pokemon, it can still learn the move Psychic with the use of a TM in HeartGold.
  • Corsola is the only Pink Rock-type Pokémon.
  • Corsola is the only Pokémon whom is Water/Rock who lacks the ability Swift Swim.

References[edit source]