Dragonite and Marill Pokemon Squishmallow Plush Teased
Image via The Pokemon Center

Dragonite and Marill Pokemon Squishmallow Plush Teased

While leaks ahead of launch suggested Dragonite would be among the next Pokemon Squishmallow plush, the official Pokemon Center email newsletter confirmed it will join the collection alongside Marill. No launch date other than “soon” was announced.

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The initial image showing off both the Squishmallow Dragonite and Marill only offers a glimpse of their faces. We can see the Dragonite has its antennae, wings, and tail, as well as a large snout. Meanwhile, the Marill has large ears. We can’t see if that one will include its round tail.

It’s important to note that the Pokemon Center is always the first retailer to offer new plush in this line. The Pokemon Center versions all tend to be the 12 inch variety and cost $29.99. They also all have a special patch on the back and tag that note they were purchased from there. 

After that, they eventually show up at other retailers like Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. Later releases at other stores have different tags, no patches, and can appear in smaller or larger sizes.

While these stuffed toys can sell out at the Pokemon Center, sometimes they’re available longer than expected. For example, while the original Pikachu, Gengar, Togepi, and Snorlax ones are sold out at the Pokemon Center, the Winking Pikachu, Clefairy, Teddiursa, and Piplup are in stock as of 2pm ET on April 24, 2024.

The Dragonite and Marill Pokemon Squishmallow toys are coming “soon.”

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