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[[Jewel of Life]]. This led Marcus to become the driving force behind [[Damos]]'s apparent betrayal of it. By using his {{p|Bronzong}}'s {{m|Hypnosis}}, he was able to control Damos and force him to destroy Arceus while not returning the [[Jewel of Life]]. However during the original turn of events, he had fallen to his death along with Damos after Arceus survived the attack and counterattacked.
 
After meeting up with [[Sheena]], who had traveled to the past to stop Damos's apparent betrayal of Arceus, he learned how the future would have turned out as well as his own death. He then changed his plans to include silver water as well while attacking Arceus. This proved to be very effective and he almost succeeded in destroying it. However Sheena and Damos were able to communicate with the hearts of all the Pokémon, including {{p|Bronzong}} and {{p|Heatran}}, making them turn against Marcus. Ash was able to make him give up the Jewel of Life, restoring Arceus back to full power.
 
During the end credits, it was revealed that Marcus had went on to work under Damos in cultivating the land.
 
==In the manga==
He hypnotized Damos usingUsing his Bronzong's {{m|Hypnosis}}, he hypnotized Damos into attacking {{p|Arceus}}. Using the [[Jewel of Life]], Marcus planned to destroy Arceus and become a god himself using the [[Jewel of Life]].
 
==Pokémon==