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===Finding Feebas===
{{p|Feebas}} are elusive in Mt. Coronet, similar to {{rt|119|Hoenn}} in [[Hoenn]]. Instead of being found in any fishing location as would be customary with most Pokémon, Feebas are located in only four random water tiles in B1F (the foggy floor with the lake leading to {{rt|216|Sinnoh}}). Of the total 528 fishable tiles, one Feebas tile is located within each 132 tiles (counted left-to-right then top-to-bottom). Adding to the difficulty, other Pokémon besides Feebas will still appear in the Feebas tiles as well. There is no known easy method to determine which tiles contain Feebas: the only way is to fish repeatedly in each and every water tile in B1F, doing so enough times to be reasonably confident that no Feebas are in that tile (or else risk missing a Feebas tile). (If the player reels in one Pokémon in every tile, there is a 1 in 16 (approximately 6%) chance they will pass over all four Feebas tiles without reeling in a single Feebas.) Any rodRod can find Feebas. Once hooked, Feebas is fairly easy to catch, with a [[catch rate]] of 255, and they can be fished from the same tile many times. The locations of the four tiles change every day.
 
==Items==
==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}} were not shown taking this route through the mountain's caves. In ''[[DP058|Nosing 'Round The Mountain!]]'' however, [[Alan]] 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 the 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===
In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, Mt. Coronet is the destination to which all heirs and heiresses of the [[House of Berlitz|Berlitz family]] head to excavate the materials for the family emblem. Naturally, beingBeing 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 ''[[PS349|Passing by Probopass and Maneuvering around 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.
 
==In the TCG==
This listing is of cards mentioning and/or featuring Mt. Coronet in the {{pkmn|Trading Card Game|Pokémon Trading Card Game}}.
 
{{cardlist/header|Related cards|Stadium|char=yes}}
{{cardlist/entry|cardname={{TCG ID|Ultra Prism|Mt. Coronet|130}}|type=Stadium|enset=Ultra Prism|enrarity=Uncommon|ennum=130/156|jpsetlink=Ultra Prism|jpset=Ultra Sun|jprarity=U|jpnum=064/066|standard=yes}}
{{cardlist/footer|Stadium}}
 
==Trivia==
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