How to get Marill in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Marill Location Scarlet Violet – Marill is a great Water-Type Pokemon that is very commonly found, and it evolves from Azurill. Fill up your Pokedex collection by getting the Marill.

Pokemon SV, or Scarlet and Violet, is a game developed by Gamefreak and published by Nintendo. It is made exclusively for Nintendo Switch titles and features new storylines and Pokemons. Even though it is the ninth generation of Pokemon games, it still borrows the older Pokemon game mechanics.

Marill is the second stage of evolution as it evolves from Azurill with high friendship. Marill further evolves into Azumarill once Marill reaches Level 18. And as you know, Azumarill works extremely well in tera raids.

I would personally recommend that you get Azurill and then evolve into Marill, and then Azumarill, instead of getting the evolved forms directly. That is because if you start using a pokemon from its base level and then evolve it as you fight more and more with it. You will increase your friendship with the pokemon drastically.

Marill is an Aqua Mouse Pokemon that falls under the Water 1 Fairy Egg Group with a catch rate of 190 and a base friendship of 50. It has a fast EXP Growth rate and measures only 0.4m. The Pokemon appeared earlier in Pokemon Sword, Shield, and Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl.

And if you wish to catch this Water Pokemon, this guide will help you find Marill in Scarlet and Violet.

Marill - Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to get Marill in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

You will be able to get Marill at any time of the day, especially in biomes like

  1. Lake
  2. River
  3. Grass
  4. Beach

The Marill is more common in the Lake, river, and grass while being comparatively less common near the beach in Area Two of East Province Habitat.

You can also find Marill throughout the South Province, similar to Azurill. You can also find an Azuril and evolve it into a Marill if you are not interested in finding one.

If you have got yourself an Azurill, you can evolve that into a Marill by leveling it up using the High Friendship stats. The friendship level increases by 1.5 times if you use a Soothe Bell. Soothe bell is available from Delibird Presents if you wish to purchase one.

Marill will further evolve into an Azumarill once it reaches level 18. Take Marill to battles and other in-game activities to gain exp and level up quickly.

Here is the exact location of Marill in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

marill location in scarlet and violet

How to defeat Marill in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Marill is a water-type Fairy Pokemon. So if you intend to take it to battles with you after getting it or face one against you, it is essential to be aware of its abilities, weaknesses, resistances, and immunities.

Marill Abilities

Here are the Marill abilities in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

  1. Thick Fat – This ability will reduce the damage from the Fire and Ice Type pokemon by 50%.
  2. Huge Power – It doubles your attack stat
  3. Sap Sipper – This is a hidden ability where your attack increases by one stage if you get hit by a Grass-type move and additionally, you won’t take damage from Grass-type attacks.

Marill Weakness

Marill is weak against the following Pokemon or Moveset types

  1. Grass
  2. Electric
  3. Poison

It can be damaged normally by

  1. Normal
  2. Ground
  3. Flying
  4. Psychic
  5. Rock
  6. Ghost
  7. Steel
  8. Fairy

While Marill is completely immune to Dragon Pokemons, it can resist against

  1. Fire
  2. Water
  3. Ice
  4. Fighting
  5. Bug
  6. Dark

The best nature for Marill is Adamant, as it increases the Attack Stat and decreases the Special Attack Stat. You can also Terastallize the Pokemon to increase their damage bonus by 1.5x. It also drops the Azurill fur which can be used to get Charm, Rain Dance and Substitute. The Marill is a great Water Pokemon that is easy to catch and can provide great support in battles.

So this was all about how to get Marill in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

If this guide has helped, let us know in the comment section below. And for more Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Guides, keep an eye on Frondtech.

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on January 4, 2023

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