History FanonPokedex / Marill

16th Dec '15 12:32:22 PM rmctagg09
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Another interesting feature of Marill is their ears, whose roundness allows them to easily catch sounds in the air. This ability allows them to very easily pick up sounds made by both other Marill and potential predators as they move through their environment, and is magnified tenfold once the Pokémon is in the water. [[Trainerís Note: For this reason Marill and their evolved form, Azumarill, are very useful for picking up low frequency sounds.]]

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Another interesting feature of Marill is their ears, whose roundness allows them to easily catch sounds in the air. This ability allows them to very easily pick up the slightest sounds made by both other Marill and potential predators as they move through their environment, and is magnified tenfold once the Pokémon is in the water. [[Trainerís Note: For this reason Marill and their evolved form, Azumarill, are very useful for picking up low frequency sounds.]]



Another interesting trait about Azumarill is that they are very compassionate towards other creatures. If they see another Pokémon drowning, they will create pockets of air that will allow them to breathe while they are being pulled up to the surface.

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Another interesting trait about Azumarill is that they are very compassionate towards other creatures. If they see another Pokémon drowning, they will have been known to create pockets of air that will allow them to breathe while they are being pulled up to the surface.



As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/3rd of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. This sex change was removed starting in Generation VI. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will change their gender.

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As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/3rd of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. This sex change was removed starting in Generation VI. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones around which determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will whether or not they change their gender.sex upon evolution.
16th Dec '15 10:45:36 AM BigBertha
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After about two months in the wild, Marill will evolve into their final form, Azumarill. The average Azumarill stands at about 0.8 meters high and weighs about 28.5 kilograms. As opposed to the circular Marill, Azumarill are ovoid in shape, and have very long ears, giving them leporid as well as rodent features, and have the smallest tail ball out of all three forms. They have a lower section that is white, and a white polka dot pattern right above it, which serves as camouflage while theyíre in the water.

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After about two months in the wild, Marill will evolve into their final form, Azumarill. The average Azumarill stands at about 0.8 meters high and weighs about 28.5 kilograms. As opposed to the circular Marill, Azumarill are ovoid in shape, and have very long ears, giving them leporid [[BunniesForCuteness leporid]] as well as rodent features, and have the smallest tail ball out of all three forms. They have a lower section that is white, and a white polka dot pattern right above it, which serves as camouflage while theyíre in the water.



As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/3rd of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will change their gender.

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As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/3rd of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. This sex change was removed starting in Generation VI. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will change their gender.
20th Jan '15 2:47:26 PM DoctorFlygon
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Azurill are mostly defenseless and are normally never far away from their Marill or Azumarill mothers, though they do possess a surprising amount of power for a Pokémon of [[PintsizedPowerhouse their size and evolutionary level]], which remains as the Pokémon. An Azurillís tail is the most important part of its body, as it uses the ball on the end for locomotion, nutrients, and as a floatation device. One Azurill was recorded as being able to hurl itself about 33 feet using its tail. This fat and oil filled tail can also be used to lessen the damage caused by extreme heat or cold. One of their most interesting quirks is the fact that they have a 3:1 ratio of females to males once hatched, which stabilizes into a 1:1 ratio once they evolve due to [[GenderFlip some of the female Azurill evolving into male Marill.]] (To be expanded on in Courting and Childrearing.)

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Azurill are mostly defenseless and are normally never far away from their Marill or Azumarill mothers, though they do possess a surprising amount of power for a Pokémon of [[PintsizedPowerhouse their size and evolutionary level]], which remains as the Pokémon.Pokémon evolves. An Azurillís tail is the most important part of its body, as it uses the ball on the end for locomotion, nutrients, and as a floatation device. One Azurill was recorded as being able to hurl itself about 33 feet using its tail. This fat and oil filled tail can also be used to lessen the damage caused by extreme heat or cold. One of their most interesting quirks is the fact that they have a 3:1 ratio of females to males once hatched, which stabilizes into a 1:1 ratio once they evolve due to [[GenderFlip some of the female Azurill evolving into male Marill.]] (To be expanded on in Courting and Childrearing.)
15th Jun '14 11:41:35 AM rmctagg09
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The Marill Line is a group of gregarious aquatic rodent Pokémon native to the watery environments of the Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions, as well as the Sevii Islands and Unova. The first form, Azurill, is a small Pokemon that on average stands at 0.2 meters and weighs only a mere 2 kilograms. They have two small round ears, blue-black eyes, white cheek spots reminiscent of those of the [[{{FanonPokedex/Pikachu}} Pikachu Line]] and their cousins in [[{{FanonPokedex/PlusleAndMinun}} Hoenn]], Sinnoh, and [[{{FanonPokedex/Emolga}} Unova]], and a black tail ending in a blue ball about as large as they are.

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The Marill Line is a group of gregarious aquatic rodent Pokémon native to the watery environments of the Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions, as well as the Sevii Islands Islands, Unova, and Unova.Kalos. The first form, Azurill, is a small Pokemon that on average stands at 0.2 meters and weighs only a mere 2 kilograms. They have two small round ears, blue-black eyes, white cheek spots reminiscent of those of the [[{{FanonPokedex/Pikachu}} Pikachu Line]] and their cousins in [[{{FanonPokedex/PlusleAndMinun}} Hoenn]], Sinnoh, and [[{{FanonPokedex/Emolga}} Unova]], and a black tail ending in a blue ball about as large as they are.



The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island. Within Unova Marill Line members have become very common, which individuals from this line being found within Unova Routes 6, 11, 20, 22, the Floccesy Ranch, Pinwheel Forest, the Relic Path, Village Bridge, the Abundant Shrine, and Unova's Victory Road. Floccesy Ranch also appears to have a higher rate of Marill Line members of the second subtype being born within the general population.

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The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island. Within Unova Marill Line members have become very common, which individuals from this line being found within Unova Routes 6, 11, 20, 22, the Floccesy Ranch, Pinwheel Forest, the Relic Path, Village Bridge, the Abundant Shrine, and Unova's Victory Road. Floccesy Ranch also appears to have a higher rate of Marill Line members of the second subtype being born within the general population.
population. The Kalosian population of Marill is found mainly within Route 3 and Route 22.
18th Sep '12 10:18:46 PM rmctagg09
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The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island. Within Unova Marill Line members have become very common, which individuals from this line being found within Unova Routes 6, 11, 20, 22, the Sangi Ranch, Pinwheel Forest, the Relic Path, Village Bridge, the Abundant Shrine, and Unova's Victory Road. Sangi Ranch also appears to have a higher rate of Marill Line members of the second subtype being born within the general population.

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The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island. Within Unova Marill Line members have become very common, which individuals from this line being found within Unova Routes 6, 11, 20, 22, the Sangi Floccesy Ranch, Pinwheel Forest, the Relic Path, Village Bridge, the Abundant Shrine, and Unova's Victory Road. Sangi Floccesy Ranch also appears to have a higher rate of Marill Line members of the second subtype being born within the general population.
28th Jun '12 1:37:31 PM rmctagg09
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The Marill Line is a group of gregarious aquatic rodent Pokémon native to the watery environments of the Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions, as well as the Sevii Islands. The first form, Azurill, is a small Pokemon that on average stands at 0.2 meters and weighs only a mere 2 kilograms. They have two small round ears, blue-black eyes, white cheek spots reminiscent of those of the [[{{FanonPokedex/Pikachu}} Pikachu Line]] and their cousins in [[{{FanonPokedex/PlusleAndMinun}} Hoenn]], Sinnoh, and [[{{FanonPokedex/Emolga}} Unova]], and a black tail ending in a blue ball about as large as they are.

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The Marill Line is a group of gregarious aquatic rodent Pokémon native to the watery environments of the Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions, as well as the Sevii Islands.Islands and Unova. The first form, Azurill, is a small Pokemon that on average stands at 0.2 meters and weighs only a mere 2 kilograms. They have two small round ears, blue-black eyes, white cheek spots reminiscent of those of the [[{{FanonPokedex/Pikachu}} Pikachu Line]] and their cousins in [[{{FanonPokedex/PlusleAndMinun}} Hoenn]], Sinnoh, and [[{{FanonPokedex/Emolga}} Unova]], and a black tail ending in a blue ball about as large as they are.



The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island.

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The members of the Marill Line make their homes in riverine environments. While in Johto, Marill are very rare, with the only stable population being found within Mt. Mortar, in Hoenn Marill are among some of the most common Pokémon in their waterways. Sinnohís Marill population is not the largest, though still larger than Mt. Mortarís, being mainly concentrated in and around Pastoriaís Great Marsh. The Sevii Island population of Marill is fragmented, with two populations on Floe and the Ruin Valley of Fortune Island. \n Within Unova Marill Line members have become very common, which individuals from this line being found within Unova Routes 6, 11, 20, 22, the Sangi Ranch, Pinwheel Forest, the Relic Path, Village Bridge, the Abundant Shrine, and Unova's Victory Road. Sangi Ranch also appears to have a higher rate of Marill Line members of the second subtype being born within the general population.
4th May '12 10:44:46 AM HeroicJay
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As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/4th of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will change their gender.

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As mentioned in Notable Bio, the majority of Azurill are born female, but 1/4th 1/3rd of the female Azurill population will become male upon evolution. The main trigger for this are certain pheromones released in the air in response to the amount of Marill and Azumarill of a certain gender around. These pheromones determine which Azurill will keep their gender and which Azurill will change their gender.
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