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"My name? My name's Devin, of course! It's only the best name ever..." -Marriland, Pokémon Yellow, Episode #1
Marriland is a male Trainer who likes to nickname his Pokémon, usually uses the name "Devin", and usually names his starter Pokémon after his username, although he left his Pikachu unnamed in Yellow, and in White 2, he gave this name to his Azurill, naming his starter, Snivy, Scaleaf instead. He also comments his videos while playing them, quotes the Trainers he faces, and cuts out unnecessary parts, such as walkings back to the Pokémon Center to heal his Pokémon after every few battles. He also sometimes speeds up lengthy, uneventful parts of various videos. His main battling style often focuses on using battle items.
Marriland is known for starting most of his videos with the cheerful greeting: "How's it going, everyone? Marriland here, and last time <event(s) from the walkthrough's previous episode>!"
He's also known for ending his videos by cheerfully saying: "I'll see you on the next episode of Marriland's <walkthrough name>! See ya next time, <a noun used in the episode>s!"
His username "Marriland" comes from that of his Pokémon website, Marriland. He got the name from seeing Tracey's Marill, and wanted to make a website that specializes in Marill (which would later lead on to the rest of the franchise); however, the only written name for Marill was on a companies promotional item, which was misspelt as "Marril".
Coincidentally, a Shiny Pokémon he has stated to have caught during Generation III was a Marill, as he needed it to breed for an Azurill to complete the Pokédex.
This is the list of Marriland's Pokémon in his Pokémon Diamond version walkthrough.
Walkthrough info: Marriland's first online Pokémon walkthrough, his first big hit, the walkthrough that made him popular.
Walkthrough status: Completed!
The final victory against the Champion didn't come easy, put it came, and it was all worth it!
And the end of this walkthrough was just a step towards many others to come! Not to mention a step towards the huge popularity that Marriland has today!
This is the list of Marriland's Pokémon in his Pokémon Platinum version walkthrough.
Walkthrough info: Marriland's second online Pokémon walkthrough, and another big hit.
During this walkthrough, Marriland often cuts out uneventful parts of his videos, showing only the most imposrtant events. Also, during minor battles, he cuts out the battle, showing only the Pokémon sent out.
Walkthrough status: Completed! The Champion defeated, some post-game exploring also done.
This is the list of Marriland's Pokémon in his Pokémon SoulSilver version walkthrough.
Walkthrough info: An interesting walkthrough to follow, but ended for unconfirmed reasons.
Walkthrough status: Discontinued. It was confirmed on December 12, 2012 (Episode 43 of Emerald, Q&A #5) that the series is not going to be carried on. This fact was re-established on February 8, 2013 (Episode 36 of HeartGold, the Q&A episode).
Legs, the charming Pokémon Trainer and the Johto League Champion!
This is the list of Marriland's Pokémon in his Pokémon HeartGold version walkthrough, following the Wedlocke Challenge rules.
Walkthrough info: This walkthrough has received particularly high attention amongst Marriland's Pokémon walkthroughs, mostly due to the viewers feeling sympathy on Marriland's "dying" Pokémon.
Unlike usually, in this walkthrough, Marriland plays as a girl, and uses the name "Legs", naming his/her rival as "Arms", respectively. He nicknames all of his male Pokémon after vegetables, while the female Pokémon are named after fruits. He also nicknames the Pokémon he doesn't end up using in his team.