Corsola used Rest by amemoriii

Amemoriii, previously known as Nekolloco is one of the youngest artists that joined our Pokémon tribute but her submissions to it looked super cute and are among the most lovely of the over 500 artworks made for it I believe. 

She draws a lot other cute stuff as well which you can see in her dA gallery here



“The user goes to sleep for two turns. It fully restores the user’s HP and heals any status problem. “

 Rest is a non-attacking Psychic-Type move where the user falls asleep for two turns to restore HP and heal status abnormalities. It has been available since Generation I and onward as TM move 44. (TM44)

Though good for ridding the user of status ailments, the user’s HP will not be restored if the user is already at full health while using the move.

Seel from Gen I was the first Pokemon in our Tribute that was illustrated using the Rest move!


Corsola used Aqua Ring by drjhordan

Jordano from Brazil is an active artist since over five years and was one of the first people who joined the GA-HQ Pokémon Tribute when it was announced on the 29th April 2016. He was one of the 9 artists that contributed six Pokémon in 2016 and in 2017 he contributed another four Pokemon artworks for Sunflora, Corsola, Houndour and Miltank.

Beside the Pokémon he draws all kinds of art and developed also a good couple of own characters. I recommend you to have a good look at his Gallery on dA!


Aqua Ring

“The user envelops itself in a veil made of water. It regains some HP every turn”

While it does not deal any damage, the Aqua Ring can be a very useful move that works like a Regen in Final Fantasy and heals around 1/16 of the HP of the casting Pokemon at every turn.

Aqua Ring was introduced in the Gen. V Pokemon games. And four of the currently 251 Pokemon in our Tribute are using it 🙂


#222 Corsola

“Corsola live in warm southern seas. If the sea becomes polluted, the beautiful coral stalks become discolored and crumble away in tatters”


Corsola is one of the few Pokemon from the first Generations that did not and do not evolve in any other Pokemon so far, it’s also one of the few Water and Rock dual type Pokemon.

It is actually the lightest Rock-type Pokemon in the complete Pokedex and based of Red Corals. It leans Tackle and Harden at level I and gets around eighteen moves already alone through learning up to level 50 when it gets the Flail attack.

Misty had a Corsola in the anime series that she caught to add to her team of growing Water Pokemon. It proved to be a very sturdy Pokemon, often using Recover to keep itself from fainting during battles.


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