Tracey's Marill

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Tracey's Marill
ケンジのマリル Kenji's Maril
Poké Ball
Tracey's Marill
Debuts in The Crystal Onix
Caught at Unknown
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location With Tracey
This Pokémon has not evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Marill Mika Kanai Kayzie Rogers

Tracey's Marill (Japanese: ケンジのマリル Kenji's Maril) was one of the two Pokémon owned by Tracey Sketchit before he met Ash. However, it didn't make its debut until The Crystal Onix, three episodes after Tracey's debut. It was the second Generation II Pokémon to be owned by a main character. Its Japanese voice actress is かない みか Mika Kanai and its English voice actress is Kayzie Rogers.


Marill ready to battle alongside its child, Azurill

Marill helps Tracey as a Pokémon Watcher as its ears can hear Pokémon from far away and locate where the Pokémon are found. As a Template:Type2 Pokémon, it can also search through areas of water.

Tracey usually called on Marill to help out in finding one of his friends' lost Pokémon or another Pokémon that they happened to be looking for. It also has a strong Water Gun attack which came in useful many times. It even sent Team Rocket blasting off at one time.

Marill hasn't been seen much since Tracey arrived in Pallet Town. However, it produced the egg that hatched into Misty's Azurill.

Moves used

Using Water Gun Move First Used In
Water Gun Stage Fight
An x shows that the move cannot be legitimately learned by this Pokémon in the games.
  Moves used recently are in bold unless all moves all fit this case.


  • Marill is currently the only known Pokémon owned by a main character that has produced an egg.
  • Marill is Tracey's only non-Bug-type Pokémon.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Marill.

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