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Marnie, the rebellious new rival from 'Pokemon: Sword and Shield'

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Marnie, the rebellious new rival from ‘Pokemon: Sword and Shield’

Another new femme fatale has emerged in Pokemon Sword and Shield: Marnie!

We showcased the most striking and laudatory fan art for Assistant Sonia and Water Trainer Nessa so we’d be remiss if we didn’t do the same for recently revealed Marnie — the studded leather-jacket wearing leader of Team Yell and rival to your protagonist. We know she’s a bad chick because she winds up like a baseball pitcher when she tosses her PokeBall, but here’s what the rest of the Twitterverse has been saying about the brand-new “waifu”:

https://twitter.com/squidcm/status/1159279781487304704

https://twitter.com/jinyaoart/status/1159265900199067648

https://twitter.com/TonyBlaze_Art/status/1159257541244784641

https://twitter.com/Aquaxtic/status/1159108540885274625

https://twitter.com/piropoi/status/1159255345476308992

https://twitter.com/LouWaldo/status/1159293001673453573

Which Marnie fan art is your favorite? Who’s your favorite Pokemon Sword and Shield character revealed thus far out of the following three: Sonia, Nessa or Marnie?

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