Marriland's Pokémon Team Builder

Marriland’s Pokémon Team Builder is a tool that you can use to check the weaknesses and resistances of your entire team at a glance to spot any glaring holes in your team’s defensive coverage. It can be used both for casual or competitive purposes. It supports Pokémon Sword & Shield, as well as older generations.

You can input up to 6 Pokémon for your team below. Support for abilities and alternate forms is available — typing “Sky Shaymin” or “Shaymin Sky” (or even “Skymin”) will work fine! Pokémon unavailable in Sword & Shield will have text indicating this by the input field.

Language Selection

The Marriland Team Builder is available in multiple languages! You can choose a supported language below and the Team Builder interface will use that language. (Want to help localize the Team Builder in your language or provide a better translation? Reach out to me @Marriland !)

Team Input

  • Pokémon 1:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 2:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 3:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 4:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 5:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 6:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type

ENEMY Team Input (Optional)

Since you would like to check your Pokémon's move coverage against different types, you can also OPTIONALLY choose up to six ENEMY Pokémon to check your team's move's coverage against. This will factor in their weaknesses and resistances for both of their types if they have two and may help you more than just seeing the table of types. It's totally optional, though; you can leave any or all of these blank.
  • Pokémon 1:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 2:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 3:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 4:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 5:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type
  • Pokémon 6:
    * not in SwSh
    Custom Type

Options

Generation
Which generation should be used for the Team Builder. In Gen. 2–5, Fairy-type is omitted; in Gen. 1, Dark- and Steel-types are omitted, and the weaknesses/resistances are slightly different. This also affects abilities and available Pokémon.
If checked, the Team Builder will show symbols such as ◯, △, and × instead of fractions (½) or multipliers (2×).
If checked, enables you to set custom types for Pokémon. Just check this, type in "Bidoof" or something and set whatever type(s) you'd like to test.
If checked, enables inputting up to 4 moves per Pokémon and up to six enemy Pokémon to check your Pokémon team's move coverage against (shown below main table). This will add a lot more scrolling to the page but is great for power-users!
By pressing the Clear All button, all inputs on the page will be reset to their default. This is a good way to start from scratch without having to reload the page. A confirmation will pop up making sure you mean to do this, just in case.
Defensive Coverage
Move
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Total Weak Total Resist
Normal
Fire
Water
Electric
Grass
Ice
Fighting
Poison
Ground
Flying
Psychic
Bug
Rock
Ghost
Dragon
Dark
Steel
Fairy
Offensive Coverage
Enemy
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Not Very Effective Super Effective
Normal
Fire
Water
Electric
Grass
Ice
Fighting
Poison
Ground
Flying
Psychic
Bug
Rock
Ghost
Dragon
Dark
Steel
Fairy

Save / Load / Share Team

Load a Saved Team
If you have any teams saved to your web browser, you can load them from the dropdown list here. (Loading a saved team will overwrite whatever you have inputted above.)
Save Your Current Team
You can save your team for later by clicking Save Team. This will save it to your browser to load later on. You can also give it a nickname to describe the team.
Team Code
The Team Code can be used to share teams. Copy this code to save it for later, or paste a Team Code you have in this box to load it (overwriting whatever you have inputted above).
URL for Sharing
Want to share your current team with friends, family, or even your future self? Copy the URL generated above and you can share it with friends by pasting it wherever you'd like (CTRL + V or Cmd + V, usually).
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