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    Chameleon 
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Chameleon transformed into Adrien
"Oops. I lied."
Voiced by: Clara Soares (FR), Lisa Kay Jennings (EN), Cristina Hernández (MEX), Aurora González (SP), Andrea Laudon (HUN), Natali Pazete (BP), Valentina Favazza (ITA)

A shapeshifting villain. Her civilian self is Lila Rossi, her fourth Akumatization but her second unique form. Her Akuma is in her pearl earring.


  • Awesome, but Impractical: Her Shapeshifting power is simple, but effective enough especially when she becomes Cat Noir and able to use his Cataclysm. However, since she can turn into anything through a kiss, Ladybug take this opportunity by using a clam to defeat her, causing her to become a clam herself, defenseless and powerless.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Her powers allow her to take on the form of anyone she has kissed. Ladybug uses this to her advantage and gets her to accidentally kiss an oyster, trapping her in this vulnerable state.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Minor, but after taking Adrien's form and dissing Nino she outs herself as an Akuma villain.
  • Gender Bender: Chameleon can shapeshift into anyone, including males.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: Chameleon changes into whoever she kisses. Ladybug tricks her into kissing a clam, a form utterly incapable of defending itself against Ladybug.
  • I Am Not Left-Handed: Ladybug thought she had the advantage once she had broken Chameleon-as-Cat-Noir's staff. Chameleon just laughed and opened a can of whoopass on her.
  • Lightning Bruiser: The moment she copies Cat Noir she becomes this, swiftly overpowering Ladybug and coming that close to win.
  • Near-Villain Victory: She has taken down Cat Noir and has put Ladybug on the receiving end of a ground-and-pound before the table is turned on her.
  • Not Brainwashed: She actually grabbed the Akuma intentionally when she saw it after Marinette fends it off.
  • Not Wearing Tights: Unlike most Akumatized villains, Lila's physical appearance does not change at all before she steals Adrien's appearance. This makes sense when Lila's abilities and personality would require her to remain inconspicuous.
  • The Paralyzer: Anyone she transforms into is knocked unconscious until she switches into a new form.
  • Personality Powers: Much like with Volpina, Chameleon's powers are perfect for a Consummate Liar like Lila. This time however, her motivations are less directed at making herself look more impressive (Volpina's appearances and illusion powers making herself look like a hero) and more about making others look worse (Chameleon stealing Adrien's appearance to slander him as bait).
  • Power Copying: When fighting Ladybug as Cat Noir, Chameleon is able to use Cataclysm.
  • Shapeshifting: Chameleon's main power. She must kiss a target to assume their appearance. Her shapeshifting isn't limited to humans, either, as Ladybug defeats her by tricking her into using her power on a clam.
  • Voices Are Not Mental: Whenever she shapeshifts into someone, she also gains that person's voice. Justified because she wouldn't be a very effective imposter otherwise.

    Animaestro 
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Animaestro's default form
"This show's just getting started!"
Voiced by: Thomas Astruc (FR), Jason Marnocha (EN), Manuel Campuzano (MEX)

A movie director who wants to show the world what 2D animation is capable of. His civilian self is Thomas Astruc, and his Akuma lies in his mask.


    Bakerix 
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"That's not how it's done!"
A villain who desires to get rid of anything he considers too modern. His civilian identity is Rolland Dupain, Marinette's grandfather, and his Akuma is in his flask.
  • Beard of Evil: And one made out of bread, at that.
  • Black Bead Eyes: He has raisins for eyes, which is similar to this trope visually.
  • The Brute: He mostly relies on sheer brute strength to crush anything he doesn't like or anything in his way.
  • Evil Luddite: Bakerix despises any modern innovation, even the convenient ones such as electric buses and the train to England.
  • Fatal Flaw: Bakerix's hatred of everything that he sees as non-traditional is his downfall. Ladybug creates a very "unconventional" sandwich and taunts him with it, and despite immediately realizing what she's trying to do he cannot stop himself from going after her and falling into her trap.
  • Horns of Barbarism: The horns on his head are made of croissants. Points for him not being a Viking this time, with a Genius Bonus since Rolland mentioned that he has Gaulish ancestry and, unlike the Vikings, the Gauls actually did allegedly have horned helmets sometimes.
  • Monstrous Humanoid: Bakerix's body is composed entirely of baked goods stuck together into a vaguely human shape.
  • Shout-Out: His name, appearance, and powers all harken to the famous French comic book, Asterix.
  • Super Serum: Drinks a potion from his flask for a Growing Muscles Sequence.
  • Weird Beard: Like the rest of him, it's made out of bread.

    Backwarder 
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"No more time to waste!"
Voiced by: Virginie Ledieu (FR), Barbara Goodson (EN), Romelia Mendoza (MEX)

Master Fu's lost love who wants to reclaim lost time by stealing it from others. Her civilian self is Ms. Lenoir. Her Akuma lies in her brooch.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: While she's wearing a mask, looking closely will show you that her skin is purple even under it.
  • Clockwork Creature: Clocks tie in well with her whole theme of reclaiming lost time.
  • Dub Name Change: Rebrousse-temps in the original French version.
  • Evil Old Folks: She is one of the two oldest Akumatized villains in the show thus far (the other one being Feast, a Sentimonster created by Master Fu in his childhood that was Akumatized in the present day).
  • Expy: Of Timebreaker from Season 1. She's capable of stealing time energy from her victims by touching them and only wanted it so she can go back in time and rewrite the past.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Despite being a one time villain, she openly gives away Master Fu's name to Hawk Moth along with the fact that he's the Guardian of the Miraculous.
  • Time Master: Anything or anyone she touches with the tip of her cane is forced to reverse all its/their actions, while the cracks on her mask heal.
  • Touch of Death: Getting hit even once by her power is instantly incapacitating, as the victim is forced to reverse their own actions and loses any awareness of their surroundings.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: Has bright yellow eyes and is one of Hawk Moth's villains.
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    Weredad 
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"HOW DARE YOU COME BACK AFTER WHAT YOU DONE?!"
Voiced by: Martial Le Minoux (FR), Christopher Corey Smith (EN), Carlo Vázquez (MEX), Gadi Levi/גדי לוי (HEB), Hrisztosz Petridisz (HUN), Malta Júnior (BP), Roberto Draghetti (ITA), Pavel Tesař (CZE), Takehiro Hasu (J), Đorđe Marković (SER)

A werewolf with the ability to grow thorny vines and create a giant vine tower a la Jack and the Beanstalk. His civilian self is Marinette's father Tom Dupain, and the Akuma is inside the rose Cat Noir gave Marinette, which is currently located at the center of his tower.


  • Archnemesis Dad: Weredad is the Akumatized form of the main character's father. Ironically, he never directly fights his daughter, as she is imprisoned in his bramble vines.
  • Dub Name Change: From Papa Garou to Weredad.
  • Duel Boss: With Ladybug imprisoned for the entirety of the fight, Cat Noir is forced to face Weredad alone.
  • Fairytale Motifs: He combines story elements of Jack and the Beanstalk, Beauty and the Beast, and Rapunzel, complete with putting any potential suitors through trials to win his daughter's heart.
  • Green Thumb: He can create long thorny vines, and can even make a tower from humongous vines which he can fully control.
  • Knight Templar Parent: Taking a page straight from the "Gabriel Agreste Parenting Guide" (literally), he imprisons Marinette in order to prevent her from being harmed by the outside world.
  • Near-Villain Victory: He had beaten Cat Noir into submission and was seconds away from removing his ring before Marinette destroyed his Akumatized object.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: This werewolf has Green Thumb powers.
  • Overprotective Dad: Born from Tom's anger because of Cat Noir allegedly rejecting Marinette, Weredad is extremely protective of his daughter (declaring that he'll never let anyone break her heart again until she finds a perfect suitor) and attacks Cat Noir for hurting her.
  • Papa Wolf: Pun aside, he is a force to be reckoned with. And if you are a threat to the health or happiness of his daughter, then brace yourself.
  • You No Take Candle: "HOW DARE YOU COME BACK AFTER WHAT YOU DONE?!

    Silencer 
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"Shhhh..."
Voiced by: Gauthier Battoue (FR), Andrew Russell (ENG)
A villain who can steal his victims' voices and wants revenge on Bob Roth for plagiarizing him and his band. His civilian identity is Luka Couffaine, and his Akuma is in his helmet.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: He has blue skin, which is visible underneath his helmet.
  • Anti-Villain: Silencer only targets Bob Roth and XY. Everyone else he attacks are people Bob Roth threw into his path, either vocally or physically. It's also worth noting that it's Silencer's methods the heroes have a problem with, not his goal, which they willingly help him achieve when he's no longer Akumatized.
    Cat Noir: We usually save the good guys from the baddies, but I've got my doubts about this one.
  • Badass Normal: Apart from being able to steal people's voices, he doesn't have any significant powers to fend off against the heroes. Which makes him just as formidable given the trouble he's able to cause on his own.
  • Break Them by Talking: He's able to do this on Bob Roth by using the stolen voices to pressure him to confess.
  • Character Tics: Whenever he speaks with a stolen voice, he makes a "talking hand" gesture with one of his hands. If he's using more than one voice, he does this with both hands.
  • Dub Name Change: He's just called Silence in the French version.
  • Finger Muzzle: How he activates his power. He places two fingers on his victim's lips, holds a finger up to his mouth, and shushes them. This causes their voice to fly from their mouth in the form of a tiny, flying jellyfish.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: You might think Silencer lost the Superpower Lottery, until you remember that he's in a setting where superheroes' special powers are all voice-activated.
  • Irony: He reassures Marinette that he won't hurt her, but later ends up stealing Ladybug's voice.
  • Manipulative Bastard: One of the smartest Akumatized villains to appear, being able to use the voices he steals to play Bob Roth like a fiddle and get him to walk straight into his trap.
  • Meaningful Name: His name comes from his voice-theft abilities and a device used to reduce the noise generated by a gun's muzzle blast.
  • Power Nullifier: Manages to steal Ladybug's voice, preventing her from using her Lucky Charm.
  • Villainous Crush: He not only doesn't take Marinette's voice, he uses XY's voice to tell her how extraordinary she is before pursuing Bob again, showing that Luka's interest in her carried over to his villain self.
  • Voice Changeling: Silencer can use the voices he's already stolen.
  • The Voiceless: Zig-zagged. He does speak, but not with his own voice (except when he's shushing his victims). Instead, he uses the voices he's stolen to communicate.
  • Voice of the Legion: He can overlap the voices he's stolen.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Voice theft/copying isn't as flashy a power as those of some of the other villains on this list, but he's able to use it effectively to manipulate others. Plus, once he steals Ladybug's voice, she's unable to use her powers.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: As Marinette notes, she can sympathize with his motives (Bob Roth and XY plagiarized his band), but not with his methods (brute force, voice theft, and impersonation of various individuals).

    Oni-chan 
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"It's no use running. Wherever you go, I'll find you."
Voiced by: Clara Soares (FR), Faye Mata (EN), Nagore Germes (SP)

A villain who wants to keep Lila away from Adrien at any cost. Her civilian identity is Kagami Tsurugi, her second unique Akumatization, and her Akuma is in the rose Adrien gave her, which takes the form of her sword.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: She has dark gray skin, which is little bit visible underneath her mask.
  • Anime Hair: She has spiky and pointy black hair.
  • Cool, but Inefficient: Her Telephone Teleport. Since she put a Pinocchio Nose-like curse toward Lila, as long as she continue tell the lie which made the horn continue to grow and someone answer her magic phone call, she will automatically swap the place with someone who answer the phone. Which later both Ladybug and Cat Noir use this opportunity to swap her place with Oni-chan to disarm Ladybug ties. Proved Oni-chan has no control over her own power.
  • Culture Equals Costume: Just like with her identity as "Riposte", "Oni-chan's" appearance is based on the Oni of Japanese folklore.
  • Declaration of Protection: The first thing after her akumatization is to declare to Adrien that she will protect him from anyone who try to harm him.
  • Entitled to Have You: She declares Adrien to be perfection and the only one worthy of her affections, even threatening her love rival Lila to give up Adrien.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Her teleportation is twice used against her. First, after she's tied Ladybug to a lamppost, Cat Noir has a fireman answer the phone to bring Oni-chan to him before she can take Ladybug's earrings. Then Ladybug exploits this again to teleport her into her bonds, making it easy to disarm her.
  • Love Is a Weakness: Oni-chan will do anything to protect Adrien. Lila uses this opportunity to convince her to get rid of Ladybug by telling her that she will give up Adrien if she manages to kill her. This amazingly worked and makes Hawk Moth amazed by her manipulation.
  • Meaningful Name: The "oni" in her name refers to the Oni of Japanese legend, and "chan" is a suffix that is commonly used for Japanese girls. The demon part fits with her appearance and Kagami herself is a Japanese girl. Her name could also possibly be a corruption of the Japanese word "onii-chan", which is an affectionate name for an older brother.
  • Murder the Hypotenuse: Wants to skewer Lila so she can have Adrien to herself, although apparently Kagami's honorable side manages to overpower this since she actually ends up attempting to force Lila to back off from Adrien instead.
  • Oni: Her name and her appearance make it obvious that she's based on one, though she wields a sword instead of a club. Even the villain's origin - a woman turned into a monster by her rage due to a romantic relationship - is a on origin for various female oni in Japanese folklore.
  • Our Demons Are Different: An Oni-based akumatized villain with a Tracking Spell power via Telephone Teleport.
  • Pinocchio Nose: Afflicts Lila with this by placing a rose thorn on her forehead; whenever she lies, the thorn grows. It also allows her to teleport to wherever Lila is by swapping with whoever answers the phone near her.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Her appearance is comprised of stark contrasts of red, black and white, which are also the colors Kagami typically wears.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Red eyes go well with her overall demonic appearance.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: When Cat Noir jokes about being better than Adrien, Oni-chan unleashes a furious barrage of slashes while ranting about how Adrien is "perfection incarnate" and than she'll love no one else but him.
  • Telephone Teleport: Oni-Chan's power is a variant. She can switch places with people who receive her message on their phones. The catch is the ability is passive, so she can't actually decide when she teleports and is restricted to whoever answers their phone.
  • Tracking Spell: The horn that Oni-Chan puts on Lila's forehead allows Oni-chan to transmit a text message to the person nearest to Lila. Letting Oni-Chan teleport to her instantly by switching places with the person who answered the message. (The phone number is supplied by magic).
  • The Tragic Rose: Her Akuma is in the rose Adrien gave her, and several of her powers are themed after roses.
  • Villain Has a Point: Adrien tries to defy that Lila is just a lonely girl who tries to crave attention after Oni-chan said that she is dangerous, which is proved to be true after Lila's lying skills are able to manipulate her, making Adrien realize how malicious Lila really is.
  • Villain Teleportation: Oni-chan makes herself known to Lila by suddenly appearing in front of her without her noticing it.
  • Villainous Crush: She makes a Declaration of Protection to Adrien after her Akumatization before going off to find Lila and make her pay for her deception.
  • Yandere: She is violently determined to protect Adrien and have him all to herself.

    Destroyer 
A villain defeated off-screen at the beginning of "Miraculer" by the combined forces of Ladybug, Cat Noir, Rena Rouge and Carapace. Not much is known about them.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Yes, not even that is known.
  • Ambiguously Human: Given that it's already been shown that Hawk Moth can Akumatize non-humans and we never see what Destroyer looks like, their civilian self may or may not be a human at all.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: Destroyer is very powerful. That is all that can be told about them for sure.
  • The Ghost: Just like the Magician of Misfortune, they're fought off-screen, but this time we don't even see a drawing of them nor their de-Akumatized form.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: A villain tough enough to require two extra heroes to beat them definitely sounds exciting. From Chloé's point of view it's an In-Universe example.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Ends up destroying the Eiffel Tower.
  • Vague Age: Just like nearly everything else about them.

    Miraculer 
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"You've neglected Chloé one time too many, Ladybug!"
Voiced by: Marie Nonnenmacher (FR), Marieve Herington (EN, Season 1), Cassandra Lee Morris (credited as Meghan McCracken, EN, Season 2), Gema Carballedo (ES), Valentina Souza (MEX), Einat Azulay/עינת אזולאי (HEB), Anna Lamboni (HUN), Helena Palomanes (BP), Fabiola Bittarello (ITA), Miyuki Kobori (J), Anja Radovanović (SER), Viktoriya Moskalenko/Вікторія Москаленко and Anastasiya Zharnikova-Zinovenko/Анастасія Жарнікова-Зіновенко (UKR, voice-over and dubbing, respectively), Tiril Heide-Steen (NOR)

A power-stealing supervillain determined to prove to Chloé she's worthy of her attention. Her civilian identity is Sabrina Raincomprix, her second unique Akumatization, and her Akuma is in her replica Cat Noir staff.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Has light pink skin.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: She looks like a clown, childishly mimics everything Ladybug says, and her only goal is to be Chloé's best friend. Despite that, she manages to steal Ladybug (though she accidentally returns it), Cat Noir, Rena Rouge, and Carapace's powers and use those same powers to hold her own against the heroes.
  • BFS: Her first use of her stolen Lucky Charm gives her one.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: She invokes Chloé's iconic "Ridiculous! Utterly ridiculous".
  • Calling Your Attacks: Like the heroes themselves, she activates her stolen powers by saying their names out loud.
  • Effective Knockoff: Like Volpina to Rena Rouge, Miraculer is this to the entire team; she has unlimited use of all the superpowers she steals.
  • Dub Name Change: Prodigia in the Spanish dub.
  • Godzilla Threshold: The first Akumatized villain who required all of the heroes to beat and even then, she still manages to give them a run for their money.
  • Hybrid Power: Miraculer can use hybrid versions of the superpowers, being able to cast Cataclysm from her Lucky Charm.
  • Power Parasite: Her power is to steal the heroes' superpowers. She manages to steal each of the heroes' powers except Queen Bee's, although Ladybug tricks her into returning Lucky Charm to her.
  • Symbol Motif Clothing: She gains the insignia of the victims whose powers she steals on her suit.
  • Technicolor Eyes: She has pink sclera.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Miraculer has bright magenta hair.
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    Oblivio 
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"You remember your BFF Oblivio, don't you? Don't tell us you've...forgotten us!"

Voiced by: Carrie Keranen and Ben Diskin (EN)
A mysterious villain who wants to erase everyone's memories. Their civilian identity is Alya Césaire and Nino Lahiffe, their third unique Akumatization. Their Akuma is in their tablet, which takes the form of their Arm Cannon.
  • Arm Cannon: Which fires amnesia-inducing blasts.
  • Ambiguous Gender: The Reveal of Oblivio's civilian identity shows them to be two people, Alya and Nino, who identify as female and male, respectively. When de-Akumatized, however, Alya refers to Oblivio as "he".
  • The Blank: They have no facial features at all.
  • Energy Ball: Oblivio fires these from their aforementioned cannon, it being their main way of attack. This becomes extraordinarily dangerous when in order to draw out Marinette and Adrien, they fire multiple blasts together to fuse them into a sphere of energy big enough to cover all of Paris and threaten to let it fall.
  • Fusion Dance: They are Alya and Nino Akumatized into a single form with the same Akumatized object.
  • Humanoid Abomination: They resemble a human man whose body is completely made out of a purple mist and who has no facial features whatsoever.
  • Made of Air: Oblivio's body is a purple mist immune from physical attacks save for their gloved hand and arm cannon.
  • Mind Wipe: Oblivio can erase the memories of others with shots from their Arm Cannon.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Made completely out of a purple mist that forms everything except their glove and cannon, and spends most of the episode having the heroes on the run.
  • Sharing a Body: Much like in "Sapotis", Oblivio was Akumatized when two people were holding the object that was infected. Unlike Sapotis, however, Oblivio was two people sharing one physical body as opposed to two people with the same Akuma but separate physical forms.
  • Voice of the Legion: Their voice is a combination of Alya and Nino's.

    Desperada 
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A guitarist bent on revenge against Jagged Stone for firing her. Her civilian identity is Vivica, Jagged Stone's guitarist, and her Akuma is in her guitar case.


    Christmaster 
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A little boy who wants it to be Christmas sooner rather than later. His civilian self is Chris, Nino's younger brother. His Akuma lies in his snow-globe.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Has skin as white as snow.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Like his civilian self, he's prone to whining when he doesn't get his way, and insults Ladybug and Cat Noir in a childish manner.
  • Dub Name Change: In the original French version, his name is Maître Noël, which translates to Master Christmas.
  • Creating Life: His powers allow him to grant life to any toy. The Santa Claus seen in his epononymous episode was apparently also created by his powers.
  • Enfant Terrible: Yet another Akumatized villain who is a child.
  • Fisher King: He turns Paris into a Christmas wonderland and can send his toys into the domain to do his handiwork.
  • Living Toys: His main power. He can bring toys to life using his magic snowglobe and grant them abilities of his choosing.
  • Reality Changing Miniature: His Christmas-themed snowglobe redecorates Paris to match, including real snow, and he brings his toys to life by placing them into it which summons them life-sized and animated in reality. The Santa Claus seen in the episode of his name was also apparently created out of the Santa Claus miniature inside the snowglobe.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: He looks kind of like an elf with a red and black color scheme.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: He has red eyes and is one of Hawk Moth's villains.
  • Sadistic Choice: Ladybug forces him to give up his snow-globe lest Cat Noir use Cataclysm on his robot toy.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": "Christmaster" is the official English spelling, but the episode he appears in was erroneously presented as "Chris Master".

    Startrain 
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"Ladies and gentlemen, I am Startrain! You all get to live my dream with me. Shoot off the rails and fly off in a rocket to explore not just the moon, but the entire universe!"... "Fasten your seatbelts. We have liftoff!"
A train conductor who wants to accomplish her dream of being an astronaut. Her civilian identity is Max's mother, Claudie Kanté, and her Akumatized object is the Dead Man's Switch for her train.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: What little we can see of her skin under her armor is a deep magenta.
  • Anti-Villain: Her Akumatization is purely accidental and Hawk Moth is unable to control her since she is too far from him. Because she is Akumatized from Claudie's anxiety over waiting her astronaut test results, Startrain doesn't care about taking the Miraculouses because she wants to fulfill her dream to go to space.
  • Cool Train: It doesn't get much cooler than a train that can fly into outer space.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite being Akumatized, she still cares about her son and gushes to him about her new transformation.
  • It's All About Me: More so than other Akumatized villains. Because Claudie is Akumatized outside of Paris, Hawk Moth can't communicate with her or exert any control over her powers. Her only desire is to accomplish her dream of becoming an astronaut, and later of taking over the universe, and she only cares about the heroes to the extent that they are trying to deny her that.
  • Minion Master: She can control the delivery drones on the train, which now have the ability to fire lasers.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: While Hawk Moth accidentally and unknowingly created her she doesn't follow his orders. Once Ladybug and her team fight their way through to her she is no threat and is defeated without a fight.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: Without Hawk Moth's control, Startrain isn't interested in getting the Miraculous and her goal of going into space doesn't involve hurting anyone intentionally. She only attacked the heroes because they attempted to stop her.
  • Orcus on His Throne: She is unable to leave her cab because her right hand is fused with the switch.
  • Sinister Surveillance: She can use the train's cameras to keep an eye on the heroes.
  • Take Over the World: While at first she merely wants to explore space, she gradually undergoes Sanity Slippage due to Hawk Moth being unable to keep her in check and her goal changes to taking over not just the world, but the entire universe!

    Kwamibuster 
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"True or false?"

A science teacher hellbent on proving the existence of kwamis. Her civilian identity is Ms. Mendeleiev, and her Akuma is in her camera, which transformed into the canister where she keeps the kwamis she captures.


    Ikari Gozen 
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"You disobeyed me! You will never go out again!"
A mechanical, samurai themed supervillain determined to punish Kagami’s disobedience. Her civilian identity is Tomoe Tsurugi, and her Akuma is in her bokken.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Make that a 50 foot centaur-car hybrid. With a bokken!
  • Badass Boast: Delivers one when she attacks Ladybug, the same statement when she tells Kagami about Tomoe Gozen.
    "You'll never catch me! I'm Ikari Gozen. As elusive as the wind, as powerful as the flood, as swift as lightning!"
  • Bilingual Bonus: Ikari is Japanese for "rage", the emotion which led to her Akumatization. Likewise, Gozen is a Japanese title given to female samurai warriors.
  • Knight Templar Parent: Imprisons her daughter in order to make her obey. Once again, there is a parent taking a page straight from the "Gabriel Agreste Parenting Guide" (literally). Though given how her civilian self scoffed at Gabriel for being too overly permissive by her standards, it might be more accurate to say that it's actually been the Tomoe Tsurugi Parenting Guide this whole time and Gabriel just skimmed through parts of it.
  • Lightning Bruiser: She is still the incredibly gifted and fast fighter that Tomoe was. But now she is also much bigger and stronger.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: Her eyes are a solid yellow color.
  • My Beloved Smother: Ikari Gozen's Akumatization is caused by Kagami disobeying her. Her response? Holding her within her body.
  • Our Centaurs Are Different: She is a gigantic mechanical centaur with a bokken.
  • Red Is Violent: Her primary color is red and she's dangerously aggressive throughout her appearance.
  • Swallowed Whole: She imprisons her daughter and Cat Noir by swallowing them whole and keeping them in her stomach.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: She has solid yellow eyes and is a servant of Hawk Moth.

    Timetagger 
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"Yo-yo! I'm Timetagger from the future, man! I criss-cross time with a spraypaint can. Looks like your time's up at last, 'cause I'm gonna send you way back to the past!"

Voiced by: Alejandro Saab (EN), Álvaro Salarich (MEX), Luca Tesei (ITA)

A time-travelling supervillain with the power to send people through time. His civilian identity is — or rather, will be — an adult Chris Lahiffe, his second unique akumatization. His Akuma is in his spray gun.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Timetagger has blue-purple skin.
  • Art Attacker: The tags he leaves with his spray cans are what causes those touched by them to travel through time.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He constantly talks like a wannabe-gangster slash rapper trying really hard to be one yet manages to be a problem that warranted heroes from two different eras to have to team up against.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: His one slip-up is showing mercy to Ladybug and letting her use her Lucky Charm, believing it was useless. It ends up being key in his defeat.
  • Break Them by Talking: He openly taunts to present Hawk Moth that he does not answer to him.
  • Conqueror from the Future: Timetagger is an Akumatized version of Chris Lahiffe from the future.
  • Evil Counterpart: Built up to be an evil Bunnyx, as they both have Time Master powers, making Bunnyx the only one able to face him in the past.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Wears dark green shades and is a servant of the future Hawk Moth.
  • Outside-Context Problem: While Timetagger is not the first time-based villain Ladybug and Cat Noir have ever faced, he is definitely a much bigger threat. If either of them get hit by him, they will be sent centuries into the past with no foreseeable means of getting back, with his impact being so powerful that nearly every person he sends back winds up impacting the timeline hard enough for the environment to radically change (with public and ancient art depicting his victims). It takes them working together with a time-traveling hero with way more experience than them and long-distance help from their future selves to stop him.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Timetagger often delivers quick rhymed taunts, likely due to extensive practice with Chris's rapping game.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He's just a Villain of the Week, but his appearance carries huge revelations. Alix will be the holder of the Rabbit Miraculous in the future and become Bunnyx, Ladybug and Cat Noir are still active as adults, and the mantle of Hawk Moth will go to a different person.
  • Teleport Spam: He can teleport to any point he's tagged with his gun. Since he quite liberally tags everything around him, this makes catching him considerably difficult.
  • Time Master: Timetagger can send anyone to any point and any place in history.

    Party Crasher 
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"Let's dance!"
Voiced by: Tony Marot (FR), Chris Hackney (EN)

A disco ball-themed supervillain with the ability to not only trap people in his disco balls, but also to predict their movements. His civilian identity is Wayhem, and his Akuma is in his glasses.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: He has light-blue skin.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Party Crasher is a silly and eccentric disco-themed villain, and looks so goofy that everybody bursts out laughing when he first appears. Hawk Moth only created him in the spur of the moment just to get everybody out of his house. He also happens to pack Combat Clairvoyance and a Touch of Death, which he used to defeat five heroes (four of whom fought him at the same time), nearly granting Hawk Moth a total victory.
  • Combat Clairvoyance: His glasses enable him to see the battlefield as a disco floor, letting him predict the opponent's "dance moves" (i.e. where and how they are going to move next).
  • Combat Pragmatist: Party Crasher doesn't waste time playing around with the heroes like most Akumatized villains. He immediately targets and captures Ladybug, the one who makes the plans and has the power to purify him. Next he singles out Viperion, who could reverse time and nullify his win and forces him to waste his power before capturing him as well, allowing him to pick everyone else off at his leisure without worrying about a reset.
  • Dance Battler: He uses disco moves like poses and knee slides when he fights.
  • Disco Dan: His fashion style, despite his normal self being a teenage boy in The New '10s.
  • Dub Name Change: Trouble-Fête in the original French version.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He wears opaque silver shades, and he's one of Hawk Moth's minions.
  • Hero Killer: He manages to capture Ladybug, Cat Noir, Carapace, Pegasus and Viperion.
  • Morph Weapon: The disco balls on his hands are boxing gloves that he can morph into a helicopter to deliver the Miraculous to Hawk Moth.
  • Near-Villain Victory: He single-handedly captured every hero he fought and was seconds away from delivering their Miraculous to Hawk Moth before King Monkey arrived and made his powers malfunction.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: While his fashion sense is questionable, his powers are not and he wipes the heroes without breaking a sweat.
  • Opaque Lenses: His eyes can't be seen behind his shades.
  • Touch of Death: He can capture anyone and anything he touches with the disco balls on his hands.
  • Underestimating Badassery: He didn't even try to dodge King Monkey's banana. It leads to his downfall.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His afro and mustache are both hot pink.
  • Younger Than They Look: Resembles a grown man with a '70s mustache, but is really a teenage boy.

    Cat Blanc 
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"Save me."

A version of Cat Noir from an alternative future, able to use destruction powers on an infinite scale. His non-Akumatized identity is Cat Noir and his Akuma is in his bell.


  • Angst Nuke: He unleashes a massive Cataclysm sphere after trying hard to handle his power and resist Hawk Moth's control, which ended up with him accidentally destroying all Paris as well as a big chunk of the moon.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: He is a white cat-themed supervillain.
  • Antagonist Abilities: Unlike Cat Noir, who can only use his powers once per transformation and is limited to whatever he touches- Cat Blanc can use Cataclysm as many times as he wants, control the range and size of his powers and throw ranged attacks, making him a wildly dangerous adversary.
  • Anti-Villain: He genuinely regrets his actions and tries to atone for them. Unfortunately, due to a massive Trauma Conga Line, he gets driven to insanity. Which makes him not care if his method harms Ladybug's life, as long as he can get her Miraculous and fix everything.
  • Apocalypse Maiden: His power of destruction is so powerful that Bunnyx flat-out states that the after-effect of his galaxy-sized Cataclysm will destroy the entire universe.
  • Calling Your Attacks: "Mega Cataclysm!"
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Usually, Ladybug spends her fights with Akuma victims getting at their item to defeat them. There was no fight here. And once Cat Blanc decides he doesn't care about anything anymore, he shows that past Ladybug was completely outmatched in raw power the entire time. That's what happens when you have full access to the power of a god.
  • Deadly Disc: He can throw disc-shaped Cataclysms.
  • Deal with the Devil: Cat Blanc tries to persuade Marinette that if she lets him win, he'll create the wonderful happily ever after they've both dreamed of. Of course, when Marinette ignores him, he shows his true colors and becomes much less nice.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He first shows up acting more or less like his usual self, cracking puns and acting upbeat despite being in the middle of what used to be Paris. It gets creepier when he begins randomly dropping and picking up the act, suddenly behaving nice and normal as thought he hadn't just gone on a murderous rampage.
  • Dramatically Missing the Point: Loses all his trust in Ladybug after he believes she no longer loves him, merely because she questions his actions after seeing the Parisians (including his timeline's Ladybug and Hawk Moth) now as lifeless statues. He has absolutely no idea that she is not his timeline's Ladybug. Judging by his first statement when the main timeline's Ladybug calls him from afar, Cat Blanc believes that his Ladybug has gone missing, instead of knowing that she became one of his first victims.
  • Dub Name Change: Chat Blanc in the original French version.
  • Evil Costume Switch: In an unusual example, he goes from Dark Is Not Evil black while good, to Light Is Not Good white while evil.
  • Evil Counterpart: For his normal self. Cat Noir is clad in all-black, the Fun Personified self of Adrien and Ladybug's ally, but Cat Blanc is clad in all-white, represents Adrien's pain and despair, and is one of Ladybug's worst enemies.
  • Fallen Hero: Learning that his mother is still alive and that his father is Hawk Moth was just too much for him.
  • Finger Gun: He can flick weaker but still deadly Cataclysm shots from his finger.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: According to Thomas Astruc on his Twitter account, Cat Blanc was spending his time alone by himself in the ruins of Paris, singing and waiting for Ladybug for months. That certainly worsened his mental and emotional state even more.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: Hawk Moth took advantage of Adrien's distress over his father's identity to akumatize him and take Ladybug's Miraculous. Unfortunately, this went poorly when Cat Blanc tried resisting and instead destroyed Paris, killing everyone including Hawk Moth and Ladybug.
  • Hero Killer: His first Mega Cataclysm killed his timeline's Ladybug, along with everyone else in Paris, and possibly the rest of France too.
  • Hope Spot: He was traumatized by Abusive Parents in baseline, but didn't go mad enough to be vulnerable to akumatization until he was pressured to choose between the main reason he was recovering from the former and the possibility of resurrecting his mother.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Doubled with Creepy Blue Eyes. His eyes change from green to blue and they look very cold and creepy at the same time.
  • Insane Equals Violent: Cat Blanc was already unstable due to the factor of his akumatization which makes him difficult to control for Hawk Moth. After one hell of a Trauma Conga Line, the guilt of his actions of destroying Paris and ending up being isolated alone by himself in the ruins of Paris without help from anyone, he became deranged to the point his mood is constantly changing. As his manic mood swings started, his fighting style become more aggressive and it is shown that he can freely use any variation of his Cataclysm depending on his will or his mood. Back when he was Cat Noir, he was always careful to avoid hitting any living being.
  • Invincible Villain : He is so unbelievably powerful that Ladybug doesn't stand any chance against him and he could kill her (and the rest of the universe) anytime. The only reason Ladybug defeats him is because he lets her.
  • Kamehame Hadoken: He is capable of firing Mega Cataclysm bursts from his hands as an attack, strong enough to knock down a skyscraper.
  • Knight of Cerebus: He’s the first villain on the show to have absolutely no goofy or campy traits, and for once, the show averts Inferred Holocaust and depicts the full Nightmare Fuel implications of his powers onscreen. While his timeline is ultimately averted, it still ratchets up the stakes of the main plot by showing just how disastrously things could turn out if the Miraculous holders learn each other’s secrets.
  • Light Is Not Good: His outfit, powers, and hair are white, in contrast to those of his normal self. Doesn't stop him from being a villain even though Hawk Moth is killed and the Butterfly Miraculous destroyed.
  • Love Hungry: He believes that someone else's romantic love is the only way he can ever be happy again, and rapidly becomes violent towards anyone who doesn't enable this belief.
  • The Lost Lenore: His version of Marinette/Ladybug is this to him.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He attempted to do this when he temporarily calmed down. It never worked due to his behavior constantly changing due to mood swings, which makes Ladybug successfully act fast to avoid his attack.
  • Mood-Swinger: His Sanity Slippage results in his behavior shifting between wanting to seduce Ladybug and wanting to destroy her constantly. He only has a few seconds of being able to calm down when he realizes how screwed up he is and when Ladybug chose to "give up" her Miraculous in order to reach the Akuma located in his bell.
  • Motive Decay: He doesn't mention whether his planned new world would include Emilie, although her situation was the main reason he was akumatized.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Deconstructed. His guilt over accidentally killing everyone in Paris (and possibly the rest of France), combined with finding out that his father is Hawk Moth, his mother is comatose, the despair of losing Marinette's love, and spending months all alone in the ruins of Paris, causes him to be Driven to Madness.
  • My Greatest Failure: Destroying Paris and killing his Ladybug is the act that he wants to undo.
  • Nightmare Face: In his manic mood swings, Cat Blanc regularly sports a frightening Slasher Smile and Wide Eyes and Shrunken Irises combo.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Heartbroken over losing Marinette's love, he wants to destroy everything that remains.
  • The One Where Everyone Dies: He's responsible for destroying Paris and killing Ladybug in his timeline, but fortunately, the past Ladybug is able to undo all the damage done.
  • Overlord Jr.: Hawk Moth attempts to Akumatize his own son in hope they can together seize Ladybug's Miraculous to save Emilie. It backfires on him hard, resulting in his death.
  • Palette Swap: Cat Blanc's costume, hair and Cataclysm are white, while his sclera is blue.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: While the Cat Miraculous is inherently imbued with the power of destruction, Hawk Moth's corruption removed any limits on that power. Cat Blanc is powerful enough to destroy Paris, cut the moon in half by accident, and near the end of his battle with Ladybug generates a Cataclysm with seemingly galaxy-destroying power.
  • Ret-Gone: Ladybug makes sure that his Akumatization never happens.
  • Selective Obliviousness: He seems to honestly believe that his Ladybug could still be alive.
  • Self-Made Orphan: Killed his own father (along with everyone else in Paris and possibly the rest of France) as his first act after being Akumatized.
  • Single Tear: Sheds one when telling Ladybug to save him.
  • Slasher Smile: He sports a disturbing Jeff the Killer-like smile when he mocks Ladybug after she fails to find his Akuma in his staff.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": "Cat Blanc" is his official English dub name, but a tweet from Thomas Astruc refers him as Cat Blank.
  • Sphere of Destruction: At full power he creates a Cataclysm that dwarfs the Milky Way!
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: In the Bad Future, his relationship with Marinette/Ladybug falls into this because Hawk Moth is still Gabriel Agreste. Although he knows it was Hawk Moth's fault, he blames his relationship with Marinette/Ladybug for causing the end of the world.
    "Things were purr-fect until Hawk Moth found out about everything. Once the cat is out of the bag, it's only a matter of time 'til everyone knows. It was our love that did this to the world, M'lady."
  • Stepford Smiler: Shows shades of this in his more stable moments, smiling and joking like everything's fine despite the obvious pain he's in.
  • Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum: He almost succeeded in triggering the end of the universe before Ladybug could stop him.
  • Too Powerful to Live: Cat Blanc only exists in a Bad Future where both Marinette and Adrien learn each other's identity behind their superhero alter egos at the wrong time. But as a result, the past and future main timelines become unstable and almost disappear due to his unlimited power.
  • Tragic Villain: He was a hero before Hawk Moth broke him very hard.
  • Trauma Conga Line: Cat Blanc learns his mother is comatose, and is akumatized by his own father right seconds before his attempt at fighting Hawk Moth's control causes him to decimate all of Paris, even killing Ladybug, his girlfriend. Afterwards, according to Word of God, he spends months akumatized and alone, driving him completely insane.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He has white hair and is the most powerful and dangerous villain Ladybug has faced.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He killed everybody in Paris (and possibly the rest of France), ruined the city and almost destroyed the entire galaxy — all because he couldn't handle the reveals thrown at him and was driven insane by Akumatization.
  • Yandere: He feels that, if Marinette doesn't love him anymore (and his idea of love is very skewed), he might as well destroy the world instead of transforming it.

    The Punisher Trio 
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A trio of supervillains out to hurt Adrien after Félix sends them a malicious video in reply to the heartfelt video they sent Adrien expressing their condolences for the anniversary of his mother's death. The group consists of Lady WiFi (Alya Césaire), Reflekta (Juleka Couffaine), and Princess Fragrance (Rose Lavillant). Their akuma is in the tablet Lady WiFi is holding.

For more information about each of them, go here.

Tropes applying to them collectively:

  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: They're a trio of supervillains out to punish Adrien for replying to their heartfelt video of support with a really mean one insulting all of them.
  • Loophole Abuse: Hawk Moth is able to akumatize all of them with a single akuma because they all shared the same emotion (anger at Adrien) and were holding the same object (a tablet).
  • Out-of-Character Alert: Even akumatized, they know that Adrien is too nice to say such horrible things to them. So when they see Félix, they immediately put two and two together and go after him.
  • Villain Team-Up: Each of them were originally akumatized for their own reasons, but here they are akumatized through a single object over their anger from the belief that Adrien insulted them.

    Princess Justice and Verity Queen 
Two truth-seeking villains that didn't manifest; Scarlet Moth was turned back to his civilian self before the Akumaizations were complete. Their civilian identities are Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Sabine Cheng, and their scarlet Akumas are in their handbag and ring, respectively.
  • Near-Villain Victory: Even before her transformation had a chance to start, Princess Justice was ready to take off and hand over her Miraculous.
  • Truth Serum: Had they been able to manifest, both of them would have had the power to force people to tell the truth. The exact details about how is unknown.
  • The Unreveal: It's unknown what their goals or appearances are, with only a hint that both of them have truth related powers thanks to Hawk Moth being able to get through his introductory monologue before Catalyst fell ill, and that their appearance/costume would be entirely red, since he was Scarlet Moth when he Akumatized them.

    Heart Hunter 
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"This love of the city is so delightful, my dear."
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"And these lovebirds, what a treat!"

A two-faced villain who wants to devour all the love it can get. Their civilian identities are Chloé's parents, Audrey and André Bourgeois, each their second unique Akumatization, and their Akumatized object is a heart-shaped pin.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Both of their faces have pink skin.
  • Dub Name Change: Love Eater in the original French version.
  • Emotion Eater: They feed on love, no matter the kind.
  • Eye Beams: The Audrey head uses these to convert people into love that the André head can eat.
  • Flying Face: They have no body, just a head with a face on both sides.
  • Fusion Dance: Like Oblivio, this is a couple Akumatized into a single form.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Invoked. They were made specifically for Ladybug to seek out Master Fu and get backup.
  • Gonk: Both faces are really ugly.
  • Logical Weakness: Because they are an enormous floating head, they are unable to fit through narrow spaces. Ladybug takes advantage of this by hiding from them in a subway, where they are unable to get to her, so she has time to go get a Miraculous from Master Fu.
  • Multiple Head Case: Both of the heads retain their civilian personalities, and right after being Akumatized, the André head claims himself to be the most powerful of all supervillains, only for the Audrey head to shoot him down saying that she is the most powerful one and he is just "super annoying".
  • One-Hit Kill: If anyone they hit with their beams feels any kind of love, they'll turn into a heart and promptly get eaten.
  • Personality Powers: Each face has powers that corresponds to their personalities.
    • The Audrey face shoots lasers at people while breaking down their true personality. Audrey is an aggressive woman who lashes out and belittles people to make them weak.
    • The André face consumes any hearts that he finds in seconds. André is an affection deprived man who seeks out any form of love and validation: from the Parisian public to his own broken family.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Both faces have red eyes, and they are thralls of Hawk Moth.
  • Two-Faced: They resemble an enormous balloon with a face on either side.
  • Vacuum Mouth: The André head uses this to suck up the love that the Audrey head creates.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: They have red hair that covers the entire top of the head they are, with it matching André and Audrey's hairstyles on the respective side.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: A non-fatal version but they were made solely to force Ladybug to run off to find Fu and drive Chloé into Hawk Moth's corner. Once that's done Hawk Moth himself depowers them as they'd served their purpose and he needed a free Akuma for the next part of his plan.

    Miracle Queen 
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"Ladybug, Cat Noir. I'm gonna use your own weapon to defeat you. You'll so regret not choosing me!"

A supervillain bent on revenge on Ladybug for refusing to allow her to become Queen Bee. Her civilian identity is Chloé Bourgeois but she was Akumatized as Queen Bee, her fourth Akumatization (second as Queen Bee) but third unique form. The Akuma is in her spinning top.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Looks almost exactly like Queen Wasp, yellow skin included.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Much like Queen Wasp, she is a bee-themed supervillain.
  • Cliffhanger: A first for the show, Queen Bee is Akumatized to set her up for the next episode.
  • Costume Evolution: Downplayed. Miracle Queen looks almost exactly like Queen Wasp, with the addition of a black crown, shoulderpads and bracelets.
  • Evil Is Petty: Miracle Queen destroys Alya's glasses. She also gloats at her brainwashed victims, especially Kagami who is now her servant.
  • Meaningful Name: Miracle Queen has the ability to control people (including Miraculous holders).
  • Mind Manipulation: Miracle Queen can control other people. That includes Miraculous holders.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: She sticks to the sidelines while sending the brainwashed Miraculous holders to fight Dragon Bug and Cat Noir/Snake Noir.
  • Not Brainwashed: Created as part of a legitimate Deal with the Devil between Chloé and Hawk Moth.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: She only appears in one episode, but because of her desire to take revenge on Ladybug, she manages to reveal the civilian identities of Ladybug's allies (Rena Rouge, Carapace, Pegasus, Viperion and King Monkey) to Hawk Moth allowing him to use this information for future schemes.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Hawk Moth granted her the power of mind control through her bees. With her having successfully brainwashed everyone in Paris, which means that she had a huge opportunity to beat Ladybug and Cat Noir. However, due to her arrogance and only depending on the brainwashed Miraculous holders to protect her, she's defeated by Dragon Bug and Snake Noir.
  • Smug Snake: She has 12 Miraculouses and almost everybody in Paris under her control and still decides to send only four heroes into battle. This and the fact that she doesn't pay attention while gloating makes sure that she is defeated rather quickly.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Just like with Queen Wasp, Miracle Queen and her bees are weak against water. Dragon Bug creates a barrier of water around herself, Cat Noir and the brainwashed heroes to separate themselves from her bees.

    Techlonizer/Miraclonizer 
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"Your power be mine!"
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"Liiri, Wings of Prey!"

A supervillain created by Hawk Moth to take the Eagle Pendant given to George Washington. His civilian identity is Mike Rochip/Techno-Pirate, a supervillain nemesis of the United Heroez. His Akuma is in his handcuffs. He later takes the Eagle Miraculous and transforms into Miraclonizer, gaining the Eagle's power to release inhibitions.


  • Animal Themed Super Being: Type 1. By virtue of using the Eagle Miraculous, Miraclonizer is given overtly Eagle-like characteristics, including a bald eagle's color scheme, a beak-like ornament on his head and fully-functioning wings.
  • Chained by Fashion: His arms are in fused handcuffs that keep his wrists bound together, and since that's where his akuma is, he can't exactly take them off. Fortunately, he has several mechanical arms sprouting from his back to make up for it. When he transforms into Miraclonizer, the cuffs remain around his wrists but are unfused, he can move his arms freely, and his mechanical arms are dropped in favor of a pair of wings that allow him to fly. Fridge Brilliance, as the Eagle Miraculous grants the power of Freedom, releasing him from what restrains his ability to move as the cuffs come back in full effect once his Miraculous is removed.
  • Expy: As Techlonizer, the robotic arms on his back pose a strong resemblance to Spider-Man villain Doctor Octopus. When he absorbs Uncanny Valley's Eye Beams, he develop nodes on his head that makes him look like Superman villain Brainiac.
  • Good Powers, Bad People: Much like with Hawk Moth and Mayura, he is a villain who gets to wield a miraculous and abuses its power. With the Eagle miraculous, Miraclonizer "frees" HeroeZ United from their moral restraints — Majestia's self-control, Knightowl's restraint towards minor offenses, Victory's Heroic Vow to uphold civil liberties, Doorman's code of ethics — leaving New York City defenseless to Hawk Moth's machinations.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: The power of Liberation frees the target from something holding them back from their potential. Miraclonizer uses this to free the United Heroez from their ethical limitations. They immediately loose any restraint and start rampaging through New York on a power high.
  • Magitek: On a normal day for him, Techni-Pirate is an ambiguously cyborg-esq supervillain who traffics in technology. As Techlonizer, this is enhanced by Hawk Moth's magic. As Miraclonizer, he is empowered by the Eagle Miraculous.
  • Meaningful Name: Techlonizer has the ability to clone tech. When he uses his power on Uncanny Valley, he straight-up steals her abilities from her, which might make him a tech colonizer. The "Mirac" gets added when, well, he uses a Miraculous.
  • Power Copying: He can use his extra arms to grab and duplicate any technology. When he does this to Uncanny, he also neutralizes her abilities in the process.
  • Semantic Superpower: His power allows him to copy anything that could be defined as technology, regardless of its complexity. A cannon is just a metal tube, but he can still scan and create working replicas that have limitless ammo.
  • Talk Like a Pirate: Naturally, Techno Pirate talks like this, and it carries over to his akumatized form.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Was already a villain prior to becoming an Akuma victim.
  • The Unfettered: As Miraclonizer, he can use the Eagle Miraculous to remove specific inhibitions, making heroes turn evil by unleashing their negative traits.

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