Nincada

Azumarill

Artwork

Ken Sugimori's Official Artwork

Names

  • English: Azumarill
  • Japanese: マリルリ (Marilli)
  • German: Azumarill
  • French: Azumarill

Number(s)

  • National: 184
  • Hoenn: 56
  • JohtoGS: 131
  • JohtoHGSS: 131

Gender

♂ 50% - ♀ 50%

Egg Group(s)

Water 1 / Fairy

Size

  • Height: 0.8 m / 2’07”
  • Weight: 28.5 kg / 62.8 lbs.

Damage Taken

  • ×½: Steel, Fire, Water, Ice
  • ×2: Grass, Electric

Ability effects are not included.

Base Stats

StatRankE.P.
Sum410
HP
100
213
Attack
50
590
Defense
80
310
Sp.Atk
50
520
Sp.Def
80
310
Speed
50
470

Pokéthlon Stats

SpeedPowerTechniqueStaminaJump
★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

Ability

Thick Fat
Game's description
Raises resistance to Fire-and Ice-type moves.
Battle effect
Fire and Ice-type moves deal 50% damage.
Huge Power
Game's description
Raises the Pokémon’s Attack stat.
Battle effect
The power of the Pokémon’s attacks is doubled; the effect is halved if the ability is changed (Skill Swap).

Wild Item

NONE

Pal Park

  • Area: Pond
  • Points: 70
  • Encounter rate: 20

Miscellaneous

  • Species: Aqua Rabbit Pokémon
  • Steps to hatch: 2,560
  • Color: Blue
  • Catch Rate: 75
  • Base Tameness: 70
  • Growth Group: Fast
    800,000 exp. points to Lv100

Location

Diamond
Evolve from Marill [Evolve]
Pearl
Evolve from Marill [Evolve]

Pokédex Flavour (description)

Gold
By keeping still and listening intently, it can tell what is in even wild, fastmoving rivers.
Silver
When it plays in water, it rolls up its elongated ears to prevent their insides from getting wet.
Crystal
The bubble-like pattern on its stomach helps it camouflage itself when it's in the water.
Ruby
AZUMARILL's long ears are indispensable sensors. By focusing its hearing, this POKéMON can identify what kinds of prey are around, even in rough and fast-running rivers.
Sapphire
AZUMARILL can make balloons out of air. It makes these air balloons if it spots a drowning POKéMON. The air balloons enable the POKéMON in trouble to breathe.
Emerald
It lives in water virtually all day long. Its body color and pattern act as camouflage that makes it tough for enemies to spot in water.
Fire Red
When it plays in water, it rolls up its elongated ears to prevent their insides from getting wet.
Leaf Green
By keeping still and listening intently, it can even tell what is in wild, fast-moving rivers.
Diamond
It lives in rivers and lakes. In water, its coloring and patterns trick the vision of foes.
Pearl
Its long ears are superb sensors. It can distinguish the movements of living things on riverbeds.

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