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Mareanie (ヒドイデ Hidoide) is a Poison/Water-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII.

Biology

Physiology

Mareanie looks a lot like Jame's head, except it has spikes on its hair, and sharp teeth.

Behavior

Mareanie is usually found moving along the ocean floor near coastal areas. The spike on top of its head contains a deadly toxin that is injected into prey. Mareanie is also able to finish off its weakened victim with all ten of its tentacles.

Corsola is Mareanie's natural prey.

Natural abilities

Evolution

Mareanie evolves into Toxapex at level 38.

Game info

Locations

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
Sun/Moon Route 9 (SOS Battle with Corsola) Super Rare


Pokédex entries

  • Sun

    It plunges the poison spike on its head into its prey. When the prey has weakened, Mareanie deals the finishing blow with its 10 tentacles.

  • Moon

    It’s found crawling on beaches and seafloors. The coral that grows on Corsola’s head is as good as a five-star banquet to this Pokémon.

  • Ultra Sun

    They eat Corsola branches, so Mareanie are hated by craftsmen who work with Corsola branches that have naturally fallen off.

  • Ultra Moon

    Aside from its head, its body parts regenerate quickly if they’re cut off. After a good night’s sleep, Mareanie is back to normal.


Stats

Base Stats
HP
50
Attack
55
Defense
62
Sp. Atk
43
Sp. Def
52
Speed
45
Total
307

Learnset

Leveling

LevelingGeneration VII
Level Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
1 Poison Sting 15 100% 35 Poison Physical
5 Peck 35 100% 35 Flying Physical
9 Bite 60 100% 25 Dark Physical
13 Toxic Spikes —% 20 Poison Status
17 Wide Guard —% 10 Rock Status
21 Toxic 90% 10 Poison Status
25 Venoshock 65 100% 10 Poison Special
29 Spike Cannon 20 100% 15 Normal Physical
33 Recover —% 10 Normal Status
37 Poison Jab 80 100% 20 Poison Physical
41 Venom Drench 100% 20 Poison Status
45 Pin Missile 25 95% 20 Bug Physical
45 Liquidation 85 100% 10 Water Physical
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

TM

TMs and HMs Generation VII
TM/HM Move Power Accuracy PP Type Cat.
TM06 Toxic 90% 10 Poison Status
TM07 Hail —% 10 Ice Status
TM09 Venoshock 65 100% 10 Poison Special
TM10 Hidden Power 60 100% 15 Normal Special
TM13 Ice Beam 90 100% 10 Ice Special
TM14 Blizzard 110 70% 5 Ice Special
TM17 Protect —% 10 Normal Status
TM18 Rain Dance —% 5 Water Status
TM20 Safeguard —% 25 Normal Status
TM21 Frustration 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM27 Return 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM32 Double Team —% 15 Normal Status
TM34 Sludge Wave 95 100% 10 Poison Special
TM36 Sludge Bomb 90 100% 10 Poison Special
TM42 Facade 70 100% 20 Normal Physical
TM44 Rest —% 10 Psychic Status
TM45 Attract 100% 15 Normal Status
TM48 Round 60 100% 15 Normal Special
TM55 Scald 80 100% 15 Water Special
TM66 Payback 50 100% 10 Dark Physical
TM79 Frost Breath 60 90% 10 Ice Special
TM83 Infestation 20 100% 20 Bug Special
TM84 Poison Jab 80 100% 20 Poison Physical
TM87 Swagger 85% 15 Normal Status
TM88 Sleep Talk —% 10 Normal Status
TM90 Substitute —% 10 Normal Status
TM94 Surf 90 100% 15 Water Special
TM100 Confide —% 20 Normal Status
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Breeding

Breeding Generation VII
Move Father Power Accuracy PP Type Category
Haze Omanyte, Wooper, Quagsire, Surskit, Greninja —% 30 Ice Status
Spit Up Pelipper 100% 10 Normal Special
Stockpile Pelipper —% 20 Normal Status
Swallow Pelipper —% 10 Normal Status

Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
* indicates this move requires chain breeding.
◊ indicates the father must learn this move in a previous generation.
♈ indicates the father must learn this move via a TM.

Tutoring

Tutoring Generation VII
Move Power Accuracy PP Type Category
After You USUM —% 15 Normal Status
Covet USUM 60 100% 25 Normal Physical
Gastro Acid USUM 100% 10 Poison Status
Gunk Shot USUM 120 80% 5 Poison Physical
Icy Wind USUM 55 95% 15 Ice Special
Iron Defense USUM —% 15 Steel Status
Knock Off USUM 65 100% 20 Dark Physical
Liquidation USUM 85 100% 10 Water Physical
Magic Coat USUM —% 15 Psychic Status
Pain Split USUM —% 20 Normal Status
Snatch USUM —% 10 Dark Status
Snore USUM 50 100% 15 Normal Special
Spite USUM 100% 10 Ghost Status
Water Pulse USUM 60 100% 20 Water Special
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites

Version
Sun Moon Ultra Sun Ultra Moon Let's Go, Pikachu! Let's Go, Eevee! Back
747 Sprite
747 Sprite Shiny
Sword Shield Back

Appearances

Trivia

  • Sometimes when a wild Corsola calls for help in an SOS battle a Mareanie appears instead. When this happens, the Mareanie attacks Corsola first before targeting the player's Pokémon.
    • This is similar to Carbink, as Sableye may appear instead when calling for SOS. Similarly to Mareanie, the Sableye will attack the Carbink first, then the player.

Origin

Mareanie may be based on a sea urchin mixed with a Crown-of-Thorns starfish. Its predation of Corsola may be based on how Crown-of-Thorns starfish destroy coral reefs by feasting on the growing polyps.

Etymology

Mareanie comes from "marine", "meanie", and possibly "echinoderm". Parts of its name may also be taken from "sea anemone".

Names in other languages

  • English: Mareanie
  • Japanese: ヒドイデ Hidoide (mixture of 酷い hidoi (cruel) and 海星 hitode (sea star)).
  • Korean: 시마사리 Simasari (mixture of  심하다 simhada (severe) and  불가사리 bulgasari (sea star)).
  • French: Vorastérie (mixture of vorace (voracious) and astérie (sea star)).
  • German: Garstella (mixture of garstig (nasty) and Stella Marina (Latin for sea star)).

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