Welcome to the Marriland website, a Pokémon fansite that has been around since 2000 in various forms. On here, you'll find helpful Pokémon resources such as the Marriland Pokémon Team Builder, a mobile-friendly Sword & Shield Pokédex (which is also compatible with Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl!), and periodic news updates about things going on regarding Pokémon. Additionally, I will be covering the upcoming Pokémon Scarlet & Violet leading up to their Nov. 18, 2022 release date! I hope you enjoy my website!
A new Pokémon TCG expansion set, Sword & Shield—Lost Origin, has been released today worldwide. It reintroduces the “Lost Zone” mechanic, which is like a second discard pile that is generally inaccessible.
There are also numerous new Pokémon V, VMAX, VSTAR, and Radiant Pokémon included within the set, including some of Hisuian Pokémon such as Hisuian Zoroark VSTAR and Hisuian Goodra VSTAR.
A new trailer was released today for Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, and in it, more information about the upcoming games were revealed, including several new Pokémon, new Gym Leaders, and the new “evil” Team—Team Star.
In a rather dramatic, documentary-style trailer, a new Pokémon has been revealed—the Toxic Monkey Pokémon Grafaiai! It was teased on social media over the past few days, with various mysterious pictures shown, along with the Pokémon’s name.
A new Pokémon TCG expansion has been announced today by Pokémon, and it’s titled Sword & Shield—Silver Tempest. The set launches on Nov. 11, 2022 and features more Radiant Pokémon, Pokémon V, VMAX, and VSTAR, and is themed around Pokémon such as Lugia, Regieleki & Regidrago, and… Alolan Vulpix.
The expansion set contains the following:
- 3 Radiant Pokémon (including Radiant Jirachi and Radiant Alakazam)
- 15 Pokémon V and 18 full-art Pokémon V
- 1 Pokémon VMAX
- 6 Pokémon VSTAR, including Lugia VSTAR, Regidrago VSTAR, and, interestingly enough, Alolan Vulpix VSTAR (not Ninetales!)
- 30 more Trainer Gallery subset cards
You can see some pictures of the products from the set down below, although, as of yet, no cards have been shown.
The 2022 Pokémon World Championships held in London, UK concluded today, with new Pokémon World Champions crowned from all across the world. During the Closing Ceremonies, though, more information on Pokémon Scarlet & Violet was announced, including an all-new Pokémon as well as several new items!