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Marowak (Pokémon)

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NPC appearances
==Game data==
===NPC appearances===
* [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Pokémon Red, Blue]], {{v2|Yellow}}, [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions|FireRed, and LeafGreen]]: Marowak was killed by agents of [[Team Rocket]], leaving a {{p|Cubone}} as an orphan. With the [[Silph Scope]], [[Marowak (ghost)|her ghost]] could be seen in [[Pokémon Tower]]. ItMarowak can onlycannot be caught in this battle, dodging all Poké Balls, even when incapacitated by using[[status aconditions]] like {{status|Sleep}} cheatingand device{{status|Freeze}}. After fainting in a battle, a message will pop up saying that the Marowak's soul has finally moved on to the afterlife. This message, however, still shows up even if the player actually caught the Marowak with a Gameshark or Action Replay, given that the Marowak is not supposed to be catchable.
* [[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]]: Marowak's ghost appears in the same capacity it did in previous iterations of the [[Generation I]] games, however, it is not battled. Instead, it is calmed by the prescence of its son, Cubone.
* {{g|Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness}}: Marowak runs a [[Marowak Dojo|training dojo]] the same way {{p|Makuhita}} had [[Makuhita Dojo|one]] in the [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team|first series]].
* {{g|Super Mystery Dungeon}}: Marowak reappears in Super Mystery Dungeon, his dojo having crumbled and subsequently being put out of business. He is recruited once the player connects with {{p|Makuhita}}.