Pokemon Sword and Shield - Marks

Details on marks in Pokemon Sword and Shield. Included are list of different marks, their conditions, and where to find them in the game.

Pokemon Sword and Shield - Marks

Marks Explained

A new feature in Pokemon Sword and Shield is the ability to obtain Pokemon with marks. Marks have a similar effect to ribbons in that they append a title to a Pokemon. If the Pokemon has a mark, its title will be called out when it is sent into battle. There are no details on the rate of obtaining a Pokemon a mark at the time of writing. Currently, there are 45 known marks in the game.

Ribbon List

List of Marks

1) Time Marks

Mark Title How to obtain
Dawn “the Early Riser” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in the morning
Lunchtime “the Peckish” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in the day time
Dusk “the Dozy” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in the evening
Sleepy-Time “the Sleepy” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught at night time

2) Weather marks

Mark Title How to obtain
Cloudy “the Cloud Watcher” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in cloudy weather
Rainy “the Sodden” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in rain
Stormy “the Thunderstruck” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in a thunderstorm
Snowy “the Snow Frolicker” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in snow
Blizzard “the Shivering” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in a snowstorm
Dry “the Parched” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in harsh sunlight
Sandstorm “the Sandswept” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in a sandstorm
Misty “the Mist Drifter” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught in a foggy weather

3) Rare Marks

Mark Title How to obtain
Uncommon “the Sociable” Wild Area (Medium chance)
Rare “the Recluse” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Rowdy “the Rowdy” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Absent-Minded “the Spacey” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Jittery “the Anxious” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Excited “the Giddy” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Charismatic “the Radiant” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Calmness “the Serene” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Intense “the Feisty” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Zoned-Out “the Daydreamer” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Joyful “the Joyful” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Angry “the Furious” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Smiley “the Beaming” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Teary “the Teary-Eyed” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Upbeat “the Chipper” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Peeved “the Grumpy” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Intellectual “the Scholar” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Ferocious “the Rampaging” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Crafty “the Opportunist” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Scowling “the Stern” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Kindly “the Kindhearted” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Flustered “the Easily Flustered” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Pumped-up “the Driven” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Zero Energy “the Apathetic” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Prideful “the Arrogant” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Unsure “the Reluctant” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Humble “the Humble” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Thorny “the Pompous” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Vigor “the Lively” Wild Area (Very low chance)
Slump “the Worn-Out” Wild Area (Very low chance)

4) Miscellaneous marks

Mark Title How to obtain
Fishing “the Catch of the Day” Comes from a Pokemon that was caught while fishing
Curry “the Curry Connoisseur” Comes from a Pokemon that visited your camp after cooking
Destiny “the Chosen One”

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