Corsola is a dual type Water and Rock Pokemon introduced in Generation II. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokemon. In Galar, Corsola has a Ghost type regional form. It evolves into Cursola starting at level 38. Take a look below for 24 fun and interesting facts about Corsola.
1. Corsola is a small, pink, roundish Pokemon with branch like growths on its back, which are similar to coral.
2. There is a smaller, blunt horn on its forehead, and it has black, oval eyes.
3. It has a white underside, which speckles towards the sides. Its four legs and two arms are blunt and stubby.
4. Found in the warm shallow waters of southern seas, Corsola requires clean water to live. If its habitat is dirty, the growths on its back become discolored and degenerate. However, when it is healthy, its growths regularly shed and grow back. It is able to regrow them over the course of a single night.
5. It forms large social groups. Occasionally, these groups get so large that people may live atop them, as is the case in Pacifidlog Town.
6. Corsola’s horn is a prized material, commonly used for jewelry and carving as seen in the anime.
7. Smaller Pokémon like Seadra and Luvdisc are sometimes sheltered by Corsola’s branches, and even offer it protection from foes.
8. Galarian Corsola were wiped out by sudden changes in ocean temperature caused by a meteor impact, turning them into Ghost-types.
9. Its body is a bleached white with half-closed pink eyes and a perpetual frown, and its arms and branches have a distinctly semitransparent appearance to them; the branches can be used to take root inside and drain the life force of others.
10. The branches cannot cause injures or pain, but they immobilize the victim until Galarian Corsola lets them go.
11. They are commonly found in the remains of prehistoric seas, and while they can be mistaken for ordinary rocks, they will curse anybody who kicks them by accident.
12. In the Alola region, Mareanie and Toxapex are natural predators of Corsola. However, they do not fulfill those roles in the Galar region, having not realized the branches of Corsola are delicious.
13. Corsola is based on coral, possibly precious coral, which is used as a precious stone.
14. Galarian Corsola is likely based on bleached coral.
15. Corsola may be a combination of coral and sole (a piece of coral) or solar.
16. Misty has a Corsola that she caught in the Whirl Islands in A Corsola Caper!. It wandered into a group of Corsola raised by a family living in Yellow Rock Isle. It caused trouble for them as it was very energetic and tackled all the Corsola, scaring them away. Things were solved when Misty battled and caught the Coral Pokémon in a Lure Ball.
17. Corsola made its main series debut in Around the Whirlpool, under the ownership of Professor Elm. It has a fondness for pools. The sight of Corsola inspired by Misty to catch her own.
18. Multiple Corsola appeared in A Corsola Caper! alongside Misty’s; they were all under the ownership of Andrea and her family. They were scared off by Misty’s Corsola and the group spent the episode trying to recover all of them. They each had a unique nickname: Annie, Danny, Connie, Bonnie, Johnny, Donnie, Ronnie, and Lonnie.
19. A Corsola appeared in The Great Eight Fate!, under the ownership of Juan. It was one of his Pokémon used in the Sootopolis City Water Exhibit. It and Juan’s other Pokémon were captured by Team Rocket, but they all worked together to escape.
20. Corsola debuted in Pikachu’s PikaBoo.
21. Four Corsola appeared in Fly Me to the Moon, where they were spotted by Misty.
22. A Corsola appeared in Takin’ It on the Chinchou, where it was standing on a wave barrier.
23. A Corsola appeared in Gonna Rule The School!, under the ownership of the Pokémon Trainers’ School. It was temporarily loaned to one of the school’s underage students for use.
24. A Corsola appeared in The Evolutionary War, under the ownership of Midori. She sent it to the Nurse Joy of the A-B-C Islands so she could check if it had caught itself a bad cold.