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==In the anime==
[[File:Mt Coronet anime.png|thumb|right|250px|Mt. Coronet in the anime]]
Despite needing to be ventured through to arrive in Hearthome City in the games, {{Ash}} and {{ashfr|his friends}} were not shown taking this route through the mountain's caves. In ''[[DP058|Nosing 'Round The Mountain!]]'', [[Alan|a boy]] asks Ash for a battle ''near'' the mountain, however, so that his {{p|Nosepass}} will evolve. In many other episodes, the mountain can be seen in the background scenery.
 
In ''[[DP110|Steeling Peace of Mind!]]'' and ''[[DP111|Saving the World From Ruins!]]'', [[Team Galactic]] fires a beam from [[Iron Island]] at the mountain in an attempt to locate Spear Pillar. Ash battles [[Mars]], defeating her and destroying the machine that created the beam, leaving Team Galactic's scan of the mountain only 60% complete.
 
==In the manga==
===In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, Mt. Coronet is the destination to which all heirs and heiresses of the Berlitz family head to excavate the materials for the family emblem. Naturally, being the only daughter, {{adv|Platinum}} was assigned [[Paka and Uji|two bodyguards]] to ensure her safety when she decided the time was right to embark on her journey. After a mix-up where {{Adv|Diamond}} and {{adv|Pearl}} were mistaken for her bodyguards and helped her overcome the trials of their journey (thinking that it was a reality TV show with Platinum as the guide), the trio first reaches this destination in ''[[PS329|VS. Probopass and Magnezone]]'', but only the west side available through [[Eterna City]]. Once there, they unwittingly come across [[Cyrus]], who was initiating the evolutions of his {{p|Nosepass}} and {{p|Magneton}}, and afterwards, determining that they were defiling the "sacred" site, buries Pearl and Platinum in a {{m|Rock Slide}}.===
In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, Mt. Coronet is the destination to which all heirs and heiresses of the Berlitz family head to excavate the materials for the family emblem. Naturally, being the only daughter, {{adv|Platinum}} was assigned [[Paka and Uji|two bodyguards]] to ensure her safety when she decided the time was right to embark on her journey. After a mix-up where {{adv|Diamond}} and {{adv|Pearl}} were mistaken for her bodyguards and helped her overcome the trials of their journey (thinking that it was a reality TV show with Platinum as the guide), the trio first reaches this destination in ''[[PS329|VS. Probopass and Magnezone]]'', but only the west side available through [[Eterna City]]. Once there, they unwittingly come across [[Cyrus]], who was initiating the evolutions of his {{p|Nosepass}} and {{p|Magneton}}, and afterwards, determining that they were defiling the "sacred" site, buries Pearl and Platinum in a {{m|Rock Slide}}.
 
It is also in Mt. Coronet that the final battle of the {{chap|Diamond & Pearl}} takes place much later, as with the games.
 
==Trivia==
* Mt. Coronet is the only location in Sinnoh where the elusive Pokémon {{p|Feebas}} can be caught. It only appears in four fishing spots in the basement, which change every day.
* Mt. Coronet emits a special magnetic field. As a result, {{p|Magneton}} and {{p|Nosepass}} can only be evolved into {{p|Magnezone}} and {{p|Probopass}}, respectively, by leveling them up here or in the [[Chargestone Cave]].
** The two Pokémon obtainable by evolving in Mt. Coronet each have three magnetic units, according to the [[Pokédex]] - Probopass has three mini-noses, and Magnezone is made up of three units. They also both have the abilities {{a|Magnet Pull}} and {{a|Sturdy}}.
* Whenever the player views a map within Mt. Coronet, whether it's the [[Town Map]] or the Berry and marking maps on the [[Pokétch]], it will only show what route the player entered Mt. Coronet from.
* The only [[HM]] moves not required to fully navigate the caves are {{m|Cut}} and {{m|Fly}}.
 
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