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{{Pokémon Character Box
 
|type = ground
 
|type = ground
 
|name = Jeffrey's Marowak
 
|name = Jeffrey's Marowak
 
|japanese = イサナのガラガラ Isana's Garagara
 
|japanese = イサナのガラガラ Isana's Garagara
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|image = Jeffrey Marowak.png
 
|trainer = Jeffrey
 
|trainer = Jeffrey
 
|debut = [[DP008: Gymbaliar!|Gymbaliar!]]}}
 
|debut = [[DP008: Gymbaliar!|Gymbaliar!]]}}
'''Jeffrey's Marowak''' is a {{type|ground}}-type Pokémon owned by Jeffrey.
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This '''Marowak''' is a {{type|ground}}-type Pokémon owned by Jeffrey.
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Marowak first appeared battling against [[Jessie's Dustox]] in the fake gym Team Rocket made up in order to steal Pokémon.
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Marowak first appeared battling against [[Jessie's Dustox]] in the fake gym [[Team Rocket]] made up in order to steal Pokémon. After using its club to reflect the Poison Moth Pokemon's [[Stun Spore]], it used Bonemerang to hit it from behind (after it dodged it the first time). That gave the Bone Keeper Pokemon the opening it needed to KO the moth with a Bone Club.
   
 
==Known moves==
 
==Known moves==
{{MoveBoxTop|type=ground}}
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{{MoveBox
{{MoveBoxMid|Bonemerang|DP008: Gymbaliar!|type=ground|othername=Gymbaliar!}}
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|img1 =
{{MoveBoxMid|Bone Club|DP008: Gymbaliar!|type=ground|othername=Gymbaliar!}}
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Jeffrey Marowak Bonemerang.png {{!}} Using Bonemerang
{{MoveBoxEnd|type=ground}}
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Jeffrey Marowak Bone Club.png {{!}} Using Bone Club
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==Gallery==
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Bonemerang; ground; DP008: Gymbaliar!
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Bone Club; ground; DP008: Gymbaliar!
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}}
 
[[Category:Ground-type anime Pokémon]]
 
[[Category:Ground-type anime Pokémon]]

Latest revision as of 13:23, November 1, 2019

This Marowak is a ground-type Pokémon owned by Jeffrey.

BiographyEdit

Marowak first appeared battling against Jessie's Dustox in the fake gym Team Rocket made up in order to steal Pokémon. After using its club to reflect the Poison Moth Pokemon's Stun Spore, it used Bonemerang to hit it from behind (after it dodged it the first time). That gave the Bone Keeper Pokemon the opening it needed to KO the moth with a Bone Club.

Known movesEdit

  • Using Bonemerang
  • Using Bone Club
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