Bat Pokémon Pokémon
Simple (Dream World)
|50% ♀/50% ♂|
|Pokédex color||Egg groups|
|2.1 kg||???||0.4 m||???|
|Generation IV||Generation V|
Woobat sports a pair of small, bat-like wings on each side of it's round, furry, light-blue body. In the center of its face is a round pink nose with closed eyelids on both sides. It only has one nostril, and it is roughly in the shape of a heart. Its mouth has a single large fang in the center.
Woobat have either the abilities Unaware or alternatively Klutz.
In the anime
|Black/White||Wellspring Cave, Mistralton Cave, Twist Mountain, Challenger's Cave, Victory Road||Uncommon|
|Generations I - IV|
|Woobat did not appear during the Generation I - IV games.|
|Its habitat is dark forests and caves. It emits ultrasonic waves from its nose to learn about its surroundings.|
|Suction from its nostrils enables it to stick to cave walls during sleep. It leaves a heart-shaped mark behind.|
|Level||Move||Power||Accuracy||PP||Type||Damage Type||Contest Type||Appeal||Jam|
|Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.|
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
|I||Red||Blue||Yellow||Red (JP)||Green (JP)||Back|
|Woobat did not appear in Generation I|
|Woobat did not appear in Generation II|
|Woobat did not appear in Generation III|
|Woobat did not appear in Generation IV|
|V||Black||White||Black 2||White 2||Back|
- Woobat was one of the new Pokémon shown on a character sheet for the Black & White anime series on June 27, 2010, and received it name from a picture of Japanese show Oha Suta on July 5, 2010. Then it was officially revealed on the August's issue of Coro Coro along with six other Pokémon on July 11, 2010.
- Kurt in the 13th movie wears a baseball cap with a Woobat depicted on it.
- Koromori's name seems to come from koro-koro (the sound of something rolling) and komori ("bat").
- In a video on September 1, 2010, it shows that Woobat can be hatched from an Egg.
- It appears to be a remake of Zubat as it is a bat Pokémon that lives in dark places with no visible eyes.
- It's English name comes for the words bat and woo (a way to impress a female).