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[[File:Marowak placeholder Pikachu Eevee.png|thumb|right|200px|A Marowak placeholder glitch Pokémon replacing Tapu Bulu]]
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[[File:Marowak placeholder Pikachu Eevee.png|thumb|right|400px|The Pokédex entry of a Marowak placeholder glitch Pokémon replacing Tapu Bulu]]
  
 
The '''Marowak placeholder [[glitch Pokémon]]''' appear in {{LGPE}}, in the place of past Pokémon (in addition to the original 151 and Meltan, Melmetal) which do not appear in the game. The Pokémon may have the same typing as the equivalent past Pokémon.<ref>[https://projectpokemon.org/docs/gen-7/unused-content-lets-go-pikachu-eevee-r108/ Project Pokémon - Unused Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee content thread]</ref>
 
The '''Marowak placeholder [[glitch Pokémon]]''' appear in {{LGPE}}, in the place of past Pokémon (in addition to the original 151 and Meltan, Melmetal) which do not appear in the game. The Pokémon may have the same typing as the equivalent past Pokémon.<ref>[https://projectpokemon.org/docs/gen-7/unused-content-lets-go-pikachu-eevee-r108/ Project Pokémon - Unused Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee content thread]</ref>
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In {{SwSh}}, a similar [[Pikachu placeholder glitch Pokémon]] can appear.
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Latest revision as of 16:49, 15 January 2020

The Pokédex entry of a Marowak placeholder glitch Pokémon replacing Tapu Bulu

The Marowak placeholder glitch Pokémon appear in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, in the place of past Pokémon (in addition to the original 151 and Meltan, Melmetal) which do not appear in the game. The Pokémon may have the same typing as the equivalent past Pokémon.[1]

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, a similar Pikachu placeholder glitch Pokémon can appear.


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