Corsola #222

Corsola is a little, pink, roundish Anthozoan Pokémon with coral-like branch-like growths on its back. It has dark, round eyes and a tiny, blunt horn on its forehead. It has a bright blue bottom with speckles on the sides. It has four short and stubby legs and two stubby arms.

Corsola, which lives in the warm shallow waters of the southern seas, needs clean water to survive. If its environment is unclean, the growths on its back discolor and deteriorate. When it is healthy, its growths shed and sprout on a regular basis; it may renew them in a single night. It organizes big social groupings. These groupings may grow so huge that humans can dwell on top of them, like in Pacifidlog Town. Smaller Pokémon like Horsea and Luvdisc are sometimes shielded by Corsola’s branches, which may even defend them from attackers. As shown in the anime, Corsola’s horn is a valuable material that is widely utilized for jewelry and carving. Corsola branches are sometimes kept as charms to encourage healthy delivery.

Mareanie and Toxapex are natural predators of Corsola in the Alola region, feeding on its branches. Corsola may sometimes shatter its own branches as a distraction when chased by them. Mareanie and Toxapex, on the other hand, do not hunt on Corsola in the Galar region because they have not acquired a liking for its branches.

Galarian Corsola were wiped out by abrupt changes in climate and ocean temperature, which transformed them into Ghost-types. Its body is bleached white, with half-closed pink eyes and a perpetual frown, and its arms and branches are clearly semitransparent. These branches are incorporeal and can vanish at any time. They cannot cause injuries or pain, but they can be used to take root inside others and drain their life force, immobilizing the victim until Galarian Corsola releases them. [1] Galarian Corsola are commonly found in the remains of prehistoric seas, and while they can be mistaken for ordinary rocks, anyone who accidentally kicks them will be cursed.

Galarian Corsola absorbs life force and consumes spirit energy. Corsola’s shell eventually breaks, its body becomes incorporeal, and its spirit energy pours out, completing its evolution into Cursola.


 All moves

Quick move Damage EPS DPS
 Tackle 5 10 10
 Bubble 12 11.7 12
Main move Damage EPS DPS
 Bubble Beam 45 -17.4 28.4
 Power Gem 80 -17.2 33.1
 Rock Blast 50 -15.7 28.6


The green moves benefit from the Same Type Attack Bonus and deliver 20% more damage.

Generation 2 Pokemon Corsola Pokemon 222 in the Pokedex… It is a water and rock creature that dwells in the Joto area. Corsola does not evolve.


How to find and catch Pokémon Corsola?

Pokémon Corsola may be found near any body of water, including ponds, rivers, oceans, and swamps. Korsola may be found around the city among fountains, pools, and water parks. This Pokemon was seen on farms and in forested mountains. Sometimes – at quarries for stone extraction.

Corsola is an uncommon sighting on the map. It may sometimes be grown from an egg or captured at an event.

The Pokemon Corsola is one of the numerous monsters that may be captured in Pokemon Go. Corsola is a Johto second generation character that debuted in the February 16, 2017 update. Corsola is a region-exclusive Pokemon that can only be found between the tropics.

#222 Corsola Info

Type Candy Needed to Evolve
Water / Rock


  • Evolves into: None
  • Evolves from: None
  • Hatches from: None

Combat Moves

To use combat moves, touch the screen while in battle, and the pokemon will release their attacks as quickly as they can. Attacks that are repeated will fill the bars on their specific meter. When any or all of the bars are full, press and hold the screen for a few seconds to unleash a special move.
Possible Attack Moves
Name Type Damage
Tackle Normal 10
Bubble Water 15
Possible Special Moves
Name Type Damage Number of Special Bars
Rock Blast Rock 60 2
Power Gem Rock 80 2
Bubble Beam Water 45 2

Evolution family

Corsola is part of a one-member family.



#222 Corsola



#222 Corsola


  • Corsola was released along with the main release of Johto-region Pokémon on February 16th, 2017.
  • It is available only in tropical regions of the world — as far north as the Tropic of Cancer and as far south as the Tropic of Capricorn.[1]
  • Shiny_Pokemon_icon Shiny form of Corsola was released at the start of Pokémon GO Tour: Johto on February 26th, 2022.
Method Maximum CP Details

(weather boosted)
In wild since 2017 Feb 16Increased spawns in:
Adventure Week 2019: Jun 4 – 11
Water Festival 2018: Jun 7 – 21
Safari Zone Dortmund 2018: July 3 – 4 (worldwide)
787 Increased chance/Previously in:
Native 5-km – 2019 Sep 26 – 2021 Jun 1
Raid Battles

(weather boosted)
Tier 3 CP 10,435Visit List of Raid Bosses changes for complete appearance