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Stadium 2 Pokedex Entry
<_< Pretty sure Marowak only has one head. --Dual 13:59, 20 August 2007 (UTC)
Is it really necessary to link EVERY mention of the word 'boomerang' to Bonemerang? --User:Gastly's Mama
Marowak's inital attack stat is doubles by Thick Club, not it's base stat!
So, if it was the be mesured by a base stat, it would be as high as about 210. --Gorebyss 11:31, 1 December 2008 (UTC)
Can't we just say that Marowak had the most signature moves UNTIL generation 4, where Lucario eliminated Bone Rush, and Porygon-Z and Vespiquen gained 3?
Or something along those lines. It doesn't make sense, as Lucario was even technically introduced BEFORE gen 4 and PZ and Vespiquen?Vib 23:29, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
In the Origin section, "it's" should be "its."--Trebligoniqua 18:07, 24 October 2009 (UTC)
Is it noteworthy that the appearance of Marowak in the Lavender Tower is the only wild Pokémon that cannot be captured?--Skaisdead 18:46, 24 October 2009 (UTC)
"When holding the Thick Club, Marowak can reach a maximum Attack stat of 568. This is the highest attack stat obtainable without the assistance of stat-enhancing moves, abilities, or berries." I removed that because a bunch of Pokemon with a Choice band can surpass it and some Pokemon with Life orb as well. It was reverted because Thick club is Marowak specific, which makes it notable. However there is only one other species specific item riases attack, is it really notable that of the 3 Pokemon that have a species specific attack raising item, Marowak has the highest attack? Or am I missing something? Pikiwyn talk 17:58, 22 October 2011 (UTC)
"It is possible to have a Marowak with an attack of 568 if the Thick Club is being held, while having max EVs and IVs in attack, plus a nature that raises its attack."
Is this really noteworthy? Clamperl doesn't get a trivia statement about the use of a DeepSeaTooth.
Hawaiian Night Marcher
It has come to my attention that you must have your Happiness high/possibly max on a Cubone before evolving it at level 28 at night. It cannot just be, as stated, to level it to 28 at night. I have experimented with this myself in Pokemon Sun. I don't know how this hasn't been listed before, but almost nowhere else on the internet mentions it either.--AtomicBugg (talk) 03:48, 23 February 2017 (UTC)