|Evolves from||Eucuwala (Lv 15)|
|Evolves to||Timberawl (Lv 34)|
Gulacuff (Koarabu) is one of the 9
fictional species of Pokémon creatures to appear in a gallery by MagesPages. The purpose of Gulacuff in the games*, anime* and manga*, as with all other Pokémon, is to battle both wild Pokémon, untamed creatures encountered while the player passes through various environments, and tamed Pokémon owned by Pokémon trainers.
Gulacuff evolves from Eucuwala at level 15 and evolves into Timberawl at level 34.
The name Gulacuff is a portmanteau of Guala, the word for Koala, and cuff, to hit. Also cuff can be a refrence to it's large knuckle cuffs.
Gulacuff are bipedal, light green koala Pokemon, larger than their pre-eveolved form, Eucuwala. They have a dark green "sweatband", large knuckles and big leafy tails. They seem to wear a dark green "belt" around their abdominal area. Gulacuff also have a tuft of green fur on their chest. They have yellow eyes with green irises. They are very agile and can leap through the air with ease. This comes in handy when they battle. Gulacuff have strong and toned muscles that never tire and they can go training all day without resting. They are very perceptive and witty Pokemon. When in battle, they outwit their opponet and when caught offguard, they will punch and kick mercilessly. In the wild, Gulacuff train and take care of young Eucuwala, they use their large, perceptive ears to hear intruders coming. If they feel threatened, Gulacuff with not be hesitant to attack to defend it's territory and it's young.
Gulacuff love to fight. Most often fights are caused by territorial disputes or proof of power matches. They are known for their powerful Leaf Blade and Mach Punch moves. Usually quite docile if left alone, however if they feel threatened they will attack any intruder.
In the video games
Moonlight,Sunshine,Desert and Arctic