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  • Always Lawful Good: Implied. It is mentioned that the Miraculouses were created with the express purpose of empowering heroes as a means of influencing the world around them. Using them for anything other than selfless reasons would be an aberration. Sadly, kwamis don't seem to have any real say in the matter.
  • Animal Motifs:
    • All the kwamis have traits relating to their Miraculous. Tikki has antenna and spots, Plagg has several cat traits (whiskers, cat ears and a tail), Nooroo has butterfly wings, Wayzz has a shell, and Trixx has ears and a tail resembling a fox, Pollen resembles a bee completely.
    • Transformations add more, with the aquatic versions of Tikki and Plagg being a fish and triton respectively.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Kwamis are abstract creatures. Each kwami is an embodiment of an idea or emotion, like love, beauty... and mathematics.
  • Been There, Shaped History: In this 'verse, the kwamis are responsible for many major events in both history and folklore. For instance, Plagg is responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs, Tikki worked with Joan of Arc, and Trixx has been revealed (via Word of God) to have been wielded by the Pied Piper.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Each Miraculous comes with a color-coordinated kwami; the color scheme extends to the suit of their bearers.
    • Red for Tikki/Ladybug.
    • Black for Plagg/Cat Noir.
    • Purple for Nooroo/Hawk Moth.
    • Green for Wayzz/Carapace.
    • Orange for Trixx/Rena Rouge.
    • Yellow for Pollen/Queen Bee.
    • Navy for Duusu/Mayura.
    • Cyan and white for Fluff/Bunnyx.
  • Eastern Zodiac: There are kwamis based off of the animals from the Chinese zodiac, who are properly introduced in Sandboy.
  • Elemental Powers: While none of the shown powers have anything to do with the Five Elements, or Wu Xing, the five outer Miraculous, Fox, Bee, Turtle, Peacock, Butterfly, are stated to represent them.
  • Fairy Companion: Each Miraculous comes with a fairy-lie creature called a kwami that provides the power.
  • Fingerless Hands: Their upper limbs look more like fins than actual arms, but they can hold and carry stuff just fine.
  • Geas: The kwamis are magically compelled to never speak the names of their owners to each other, and must obey any commands given by the holders of their Miraculous. Hawk Moth uses this to make sure Nooroo doesn't run away by ordering him to never move more than a few feet away at all times, and Nooroo is physically incapable of doing so thanks to the spell.
  • Good Feels Good: Wayzz notes that the kwamis felt good being able to help and communicate with humans once the Miraculouses were made, allowing humans to see them.
  • Intangibility: They can pass through things at will.
  • Invisible to Normals: Before the Miraculouses were created, kwamis couldn't be seen or detected by humans or other normal creatures. They also can't be caught on camera.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Although the Guardians (now just Master Fu) have special mixes that can grant the kwamis additional powers, the kwamis themselves are not permitted to know the recipes in case their Miraculouses fall into the wrong hands. This definitely works out considering what happened to Nooroo.
  • Mentor Mascot: Tikki and Plagg in particular.
  • Midair Bobbing: They can levitate at all times; kwami move around when talking or emoting, and even "standing still" they still bob a little up and down.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: Kwami don't like being used for evil, but if someone evil gets ahold of their Miraculous, they have to obey them.
  • Mysterious Past: As of yet, not much about their origin has been revealed. However, a comic issue at least revealed that they began forming at the beginning of the universe and needed Miraculouses in order to interact with normal beings and that a mage created the Miraculouses, though there hasn't been any deeper explanation about it.
  • No Biological Sex: As confirmed by a crew member, kwamis "don't really have a gender." However, kwamis will go by male or female pronouns, and the kwamis who use female pronouns often have eyelashes.
  • Older Than They Look: All of the kwamis are thousands of years old. They started forming at the beginning of time.
  • Our Gods Are Different: Akin to gods, although not in control of the universe.
  • Personality Powers: They're attracted to people whose temperament they do best with. While Tikki helps mentor and encourage Marinette, Plagg brings out Adrien's rebellious side.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: In the typical sense that kwamis are able to lift objects much larger and much heavier than themselves but also the fact that creatures around ten centimetres tall have power akin to those of literal gods.
    • Shown most blatantly when Plagg uses Cataclysm without Adrien and almost destroys all of Paris. In a later episode just breathing on pavement causes it to crack and crumble.
  • Power Limiter: "Style Queen" indicates that the Miraculouses limit and focus the kwamis' powers. For instance, Cat Noir can use Cataclysm on one specific object, while Plagg's attempt to use it without Adrien causes massive devastation across Paris.
  • Power-Up Food: Once a kwami uses up their energy, they need to eat in order to get their energy back and retransform their master. In theory any food should do, but each kwami has a favorite that may or may not be more effective at recharging them than other foods. For Tikki, it's baked sweets like cookies, and for Plagg, it's cheese. Using specific mixtures of ingredients allows the kwami to take on specialized forms, such as aquatic traits for underwater battles. Marinette bakes these formulas into macarons for Tikki while Adrien gets flavored cheese for Plagg.
    • In "Mayura", Hawk Moth hints that this restriction may be due to the heroes' inexperience, rather than simply how the kwamis work.
  • Really 700 Years Old: They are all extremely old, having been around before the pyramids were built. A story from the Miraculous Adventures comic book series reveals that kwamis have existed since the beginning of time, forming whenever a new idea or emotion appears in the universe.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: The kwamis are a race of tiny fairies with huge heads and large eyes.
  • Secret Keeper: Naturally, as they're the ones who give their holders the powers in the first place, they always know their true identities.
  • Servant Race: Much like djinn, they are completely at the whims of their miraculous' wielders, referring to them as their "masters" and "owners" in spite of their overwhelming power. Because of this, they are restricted from doing certain things if their wielders wish it. Tikki and Plagg are physically incapable of saying their owners' names out loud, and Nooroo must remain within a few feet of Gabriel. Gabriel even briefly whims him unable to speak before undoing it, claiming that it was "just a joke".
  • Theme Naming: All the known kwamis have a repeating letter in their name.
  • Time Abyss: Kwamis have been around since the universe began, making some, if not all of them, older than living things like humans.
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Main seven kwamis

    Tikki 
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"Marinette, you are different, but different as in surprising, unpredictable, and endearing, and very talented. You learn fast."

Voiced by: Marie Nonnenmacher (FR), Mela Lee (EN), Chang Eun-sook (KOR), Nuha Qais (ARA), Marta Méndez (ES), Angélica Villa (MEX), Mia Kadosh/מיה קדוש (HEB), Sipos Eszter Anna (HUN), Agata Paszkowska (P), Helena Montez (EP), Isabelle Cunha (BP), Jasmine Heikura (SW), Alina Teianu (ROM), Joy Saltarelli (ITA), Jennifer Weiß (GER), Maria Naganawa (J), Ivana Tenjović (SER), Kristina Habuš (CRO), Hanna Sobolyeva/Ганна Соболєва and Yelyzaveta Zinovenko/Єлизавета Зіновенко (UKR, voice-over and dubbing, respectively)

The kwami of creation. A helpful, kind, fairy-like creature that mentors Marinette. Connected to the Ladybug Miraculous, her main power she provides Ladybug is Lucky Charm. Her Miraculous are Marinette's earrings, and she helps her transform into Ladybug.


  • Be Yourself: Most of her advice boils down to this sentiment. Whenever her charge is doubting her abilities, Tikki's always there to reassure Marinette that believing in herself will fix her current problem.
  • The Conscience: She often urges Marinette to take her duty as Ladybug more seriously, or just to be a better person in general.
  • Genki Girl: Is very cheerful and enthusiastic.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: To show her friendly and heroic nature.
  • The Maker: While it is unclear whether she had a hand in the creation of the universe, it is explicitly said that she is the Anthropomorphic Personification of Creation, technically qualifying her as a Creator God.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Possibly. "Tiki" was the first man in Maori legend — a fitting name for the spirit of creation.
    • Alternatively, "Tyche" is a Greek goddess of luck, specifically associated with the fortune and destiny of cities.
  • Nice Girl: Very sweet and kindhearted.
  • The Older Immortal: Tikki is the oldest kwami, forming before the others at the beginning of the universe.
  • Older Than She Looks: Is several thousand years old, even if she looks and behaves like an excited little girl.
  • Only Sane Man: Beneath her cutesy exterior, she displays the most levelheaded personality of the cast and is nothing but helpful and encouraging with Marinette.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The usually calm Tikki is extremely proactive in trying to get the Miraculous book during "Volpina", which shows just how important it is.
  • Outside-the-Box Tactic: When manifesting Marinette's Lucky Charm, her choice of materials is a bit...odd. For instance, when fighting the mime, she gives out a shoebox to help Ladybug construct a makeshift projector, a coin to buy a bag of popcorn to distract pigeons, and a rubber ball to break the lamps in a room.
  • The Power of Creation: She grants the power of creation, manifesting as Ladybug's Lucky Charm and World-Healing Wave. This is because she formed at the beginning of the universe.
  • Secret Keeper: As the one who gave Marinette her powers, she is naturally one of the only ones who knows her true identity.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: As of "Dark Owl", she knows the truth about Adrien being Cat Noir without the latter being aware.
  • Shipper on Deck: She gives advice to Marinette about how to approach Adrien.
  • Sweet Tooth: Tikki likes everything from the bakery that Marinette's parents run, but cookies in particular.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Unlike the male kwami Plagg, Tikki has visible, long eyelashes.
  • Time Abyss: While we don't know how old exactly, she's been around long enough to have been the companion to Queen Nefertiti, who lived over five thousand years ago. She's much older than that, and says she was there since the first Ladybug.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She is normally seen munching on chocolate chip biscuits.
  • Trickster Mentor: Sometimes gives cryptic advice to help Marinette that isn't immediately obvious.
  • Women Are Wiser: Compared to Plagg, Tikki is more responsible and grounded.

    Plagg 
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"Oh, I'm sure there'll be another Cat Noir to give me cheese... but he won't be you."

Voiced by: Thierry Kazazian (FR), Max Mittelman (EN), Jun Tae-yul (KOR), Wael Shaheen (ARA), Antonio Ramírez de Antón (SP), Óscar Flores (1-13) and Irwin Daayán (rest) (MEX), Eran Mor (HEB), Tamás Gardi (HUN), Luis Lucas (EP), Luiz Sergio Vieira (BP), Lucas Krüger (SW),Raul Stănulescu (ROM), Riccardo Scarafoni (ITA), Pavel Tesař (CZE), Georgi Sojanov/Георги Стоянов (BUL), Konrad Bösherz (GER), Hiroshi Kohsaka (J), Nemanja Živković (SER), Lorenc Kaja (ALB), Volodymyr Tereshchuk/Володимир Терещук and Kyrylo Suzansʹkyi/Кирило Сузанський (UKR, voice-over and dubbing, respectively)

The kwami of destruction. A gluttonous, lazy but ultimately good-natured fairy-like creature that mentors Adrien. Connected to the Cat Miraculous, his main power he provides Cat Noir is Cataclysm. His Miraculous is Adrien's ring, and he helps him transform into Cat Noir.


  • Bad Powers, Good People: The source of Adrien's destructive powers, but like all kwamis, his powers are intended to be used for good.
  • Big Eater: He can (and will) eat cheese blocks bigger than his body in one bite. Case in point, the Origins episode shows that the first thing he does after waking up from who knows how long is look for something to eat.
  • Cat Stereotype: Plagg is the spirit of bad luck, so he has the form of a black cat. He's also quite lazy, and loves dairy products.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Also the only teeth he has, but it adds to "mischievously cuteness" appeal.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Downplayed on both counts, since the audience already knows he's the one to give Adrien his powers, but one would probably not expect the food-obsessed, lazy and trolling kwami to be responsible for the sinking of Atlantis and the extinction of the dinosaurs along with the tilting of the Tower of Pisa.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He is a black cat with powers related to rot, but like all kwami he is benevolent. Though lazy and annoying.
  • Destroyer Deity: He counts as this, being the Anthropomorphic Personification of Destruction. Granted he is a rare benevolent example, acting as an equal/opposite counterpart to Tikki in the Taoist concept of yin and yang.
  • Forgot About His Powers: "Rogercop" would have been a very short episode if Plagg had remembered he could use his Intangibility powers to free himself from the bracelet. Instead, he spends half the episode with the thing stuck around his head, until Adrien figures out another way of removing it.
  • Give Him a Normal Life: Downplayed. Plagg tries to encourage Adrien to enjoy his youth whenever possible. Sometimes, it's ill thought-out advice.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: In "Captain Hardrock", after Gabriel forbids Adrien to go to his friends' concert, Plagg tries to cheer him up with an ode to Camembert...which is sung horribly off-key. Adrien still appreciates the thought.
  • Jerkass Has a Point:
    • In general, he's not wrong that Adrien should enjoy being a kid, especially since he was raised and lives in such a restrictive household environment.
    • He pointedly gives Adrien a minor What the Hell, Hero? moment in "Copycat" — correctly stating that it was Adrien's jealousy that resulted in the titular akuma.
    • Plagg gives Adrien another What the Hell, Hero? moment in "Frozer", as despite often saying how he's in love with Ladybug, he goes on a date with Kagami, and then briefly leaves her to see how Marinette's doing. The kwami makes a good point on how Adrien is giving some mixed signals and how he's being unintentionally insensitive to all of the girls (really, only two) involved.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Plagg tends to be lazy, irresponsible and snarky, but it's obvious he cares for Adrien, asking if he's okay after Gabriel skips out on career day and empathizing with him after the events of "Simon Says".
  • Make Them Rot: He grants the power of destruction, manifesting as Cat Noir's Cataclysm.
  • Meaningful Name: "Plagg" sounds a lot like "Plague". Fitting for the spirit of destruction.
  • Mellow Fellow: Plagg is mellow and calm to the point of being lazy.
  • Older Than They Look: He's the spirit of destruction in direct balance with the Ladybug Miraculous, meaning that he's at least as old as Tikki is, but never really references his age onscreen.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The usually laid-back and goofy Plagg gives a sad, sympathetic look to Adrien in "Simon Says" when the latter is looking at past pictures of him with his currently Missing Mom.
  • Person of Mass Destruction:
    • He can use Cataclysm just like Cat Noir, but with far greater destructive power and far less finesse. When he uses it to help Ladybug in "Style Queen", he lightly taps the ground, creating a massive shockwave that destroys the Eiffel Tower and causes major damage to the rest of Paris. He's also apparently responsible for the sinking of Atlantis, making the Tower of Pisa lean, and the extinction of the dinosaurs.
    • In "Catalyst", he is able to create a massive sinkhole just by breathing on the street.
  • Phlebotinum Killed the Dinosaurs: Turns out that a reckless use of Cataclysm was behind it.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: You wouldn’t normally expect a palm-sized creature like him to be capable of instant citywide destruction.
  • Secret Keeper: As the one who gave Adrien his powers, he is naturally one of the only ones who knows his true identity.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper:
    • As of "Dark Owl", he knows the truth about Marinette being Ladybug without the latter being aware.
    • Subverted as of "Sandboy", as Plagg is seen with Marinette at Master Fu's place at the end. He is later shown interacting directly with Marinette in both of her identities in "Style Queen".
  • Shipper on Deck: He often tries to help Adrien with his feelings for Ladybug, despite the teasing. He's also teased him about Marinette on two separate occasions.
  • The Slacker: He is quite lazy.
  • Small, Annoying Creature: He isn't as helpful to Adrien as Tikki is to Marinette. Which is odd, considering his age.
  • The Snack Is More Interesting: Plagg will always, always, focus on his next meal rather than what is actually important. A particularly egregious example is when he can only whine about wanting Camembert after he and Adrien discover Gabriel's hidden tome about the Miraculouses.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich: He's often about to eat cheese before Adrien forces him to transform. Of course, Plagg is usually just about to eat cheese in any scene he shows up.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Cheese wedges. He especially likes Camembert, a kind of cheese traditionally made with unpasteurized milk and known for for its strong (and sometimes unpleasant) smell.
  • Troll:
    • Sure, Camembert is Plagg's favorite cheese, but there are some subtle implications that one of the reasons he keeps demanding it is the fact that Adrien dislikes the smell.
    • In "Weredad", Plagg gleefully encourages Adrien to pursue Marinette as well as Ladybug, telling him there's nothing wrong with going after two girls at the same time. After Adrien leaves, he quietly adds, "especially when they're the same one".

    Nooroo 
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"But Master, the Miraculous are not meant to be used for evil purposes!"

Voiced by: Martial Le Minoux (FR), Ben Diskin (EN), Elsa Covián (MEX), Gianluca Crisafi (ITA), Ivona Rambosek (SER)

The kwami of transmission. A sweet but haggard fairy-like creature that is enslaved by Hawk Moth. Connected to the Butterfly Miraculous, his main power he provides Hawk Moth appears to be Akumatization. His Miraculous is a brooch, and he helps its wielder transform into Hawk Moth.


  • Butterfly of Transformation: Nooroo's Miraculous grants its wielder the ability of Super Empowering other people, transforming them into superheroes or supervillains.
  • Forced into Evil: He would rather not have his powers used for evil, but he has no say in the matter.
  • Grew a Spine: Minor but in "Stormy Weather 2" Nooroo talks back to Gabriel and says that he should spend more time with Adrien. He once again insists that Gabriel shouldn't be using the Butterfly Miraculous in the way that he is.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: It's implied in the origins two-parter that he gave Hawk Moth most of the exposition on the Miraculous before he realized that the latter intended to use the powers for selfish purposes.
  • Mr. Exposition: He provides an Info Dump on the Miraculous.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: Nooroo is the only kwami whose antennae are not on his head, instead having them on his hind wings like a swallowtail butterfly.
  • No-Self Buffs:
    • The akuma he creates are unable to empower his wielder. Hawk Moth has to renounce him temporarily in order to transform himself into The Collector.
    • At the end of season 2, Hawk Moth gets around this limitation further by empowering Natalie into Catalyst, who has the ability to empower him right back.
  • Odd Name Out: Unlike the other known kwamis, Nooroo has two sets of repeating vowels in his name (the other ones have consonants).
  • Pretty Butterflies: A powerful butterfly-themed spirit.
  • She's a Man in Japan: Male in the French version, female in the Korean and Mexican version.
  • Super Empowering: He grants the power of transmission, manifesting as Hawk Moth's Akumatization.
  • Support Party Member: Of the kwamis whose special power has been revealed, Nooroo's has the least direct effects against an opponent, only being able to bestow Magic Enhancement / Super Empowering on others. In Queen Wasp it's revealed that this ability can buff other Miraculous.
  • Trauma Conga Line:
    • Not only is Nooroo unwillingly complicit in akumatizing at least just under four dozen people into villains, when it's explicitly stated that kwamis desire only to do good, he has to endure Hawk Moth's abuse. In Sandboy it's revealed that a kwami must obey their Miraculous holder, with the magic of the Miraculous enforcing commands if necessary. Nooroo is confined to a specific distance from Gabriel that he can't leave no matter what that manifests as a barrier when he tries and when Gabriel gives a temporary order not to speak, Nooroo's mouth disappears.
    • It gets worse. In the future seen in "Timetagger", Noroo has nothing to look forward to but having his powers abused by a *second* Hawk Moth.
  • Walking Spoiler: His appearance reveals the nature of Hawk Moth's powers.

    Wayzz 
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"Excellent choice, Master."

Voiced by: Patrick Préjean/Martial Le Minoux/Franck Tordjman (FR, first, second and third voice, respectively), Christopher Smith (EN), Óscar de la Rosa (MEX), Marcelo Sandryni (BP), Antonio Palumbo (ITA), Lako Nikolić (SER)

The kwami of protection. A sage and wise fairy-like creature, companion to Master Fu and habitual mentor to Nino. Connected to the Turtle Miraculous, the main power he provides Nino is Shellter. His Miraculous is Fu's and Nino's bracelet, and helps the latter transform into Carapace and the former transform into Jade Turtle.


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    Trixx 
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"You're absolutely right, Alya. I'm sure the three of you will make quite a team! You have all the making of a true superhero. You're strong, brave. But most of all, you're trustworthy."

Voiced by: William Coryn (FR), Cherami Leigh (EN), Luis Orozco (MEX), Érika Menezes (BP), Davide Garbolino (ITA), Tim Sander (GER)

The kwami of illusion. A playful fairy-like creature that habitually mentors Alya. Connected to the Fox Miraculous, the main power he provides Rena Rouge is Mirage. His Miraculous is Alya's necklace, and he helps her transform into Rena Rouge.


  • Breaking Old Trends: He's the first kwami to be paired off with a Miraculous wielder of the opposite gender in the present day.note 
  • Cute Little Fangs: In keeping with kwamis possessing characteristics of the animals they're based off of, Trixx has little fox incisors.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Trixx's appearance had many fans assuming he was female before his first voiced appearance.
  • Fantastic Foxes: Resembles a fox and grants mystical powers to his wielder.
  • Forced into Evil: An Implied Trope. One of Trixx's past holders was The Pied Piper of Hamelin, so if the Piper was villainous, this applies to Trixx.
  • Guile Hero: Trixx is the first of the kwamis to manipulate his own holder through deception. Plagg will encourage Adrien to bend the rules, and engages in obvious lying when he's lazy, and Tikki has asked Marinette to do things without explanation before, but Trixx dropping "Trustworthy" with the intent of being returned is first time we've seen a kwami con its holder.
  • Kitsune: Resembles one in design, but only has one tail.
  • Master of Illusion: He grants the power of illusion, manifesting as Rena Rouge's Mirage.
  • Meaningful Name: "Trixx" is phonetically similar to "tricks", fitting his powers and appearance.
  • Oblivious Guilt Slinging: When Alya is reluctant to return her Miraculous after getting to be a superhero, Trixx encourages Alya to keep it and mentions trustworthiness as one of her qualities, which prompts Alya to keep her word and return the Miraculous (although, as mentioned above, that may not have been "oblivious" so much as "very deliberate").
  • Purple Eyes: Trixx is essentially god of illusion and possesses purple eyes which stand in stark contrast to his mostly orange design.
  • Secret Keeper: As the one who gave Alya her powers, he is naturally one of the only ones who knows her true identity.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Subverted. Despite his visible eyelashes and this concept art showing him in a effeminate pose, he's referred to with male pronouns and has a male voice actor (in the original French).

    Duusu 
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The kwami of the Peacock Miraculous. Her Miraculous is a brooch that is being kept by Gabriel Agreste. Currently, she is being used by Mayura.


  • Berserker Tears: Perhaps the most mercurial of the kwami.
  • Chekhov M.I.A.: While the Peacock Miraculous has been seen in the possession of Gabriel Agreste, Duusu has not. That being said, the Peacock Miraculous's position in the top of the Miracle Box implies that it is important, and it's being used by Mayura, presumably meaning that Duusu will appear.
  • Dark Is Evil: The color of dusk and a tad aggressive.
  • Feathered Fiend: Not by choice, but she's a bird-like creature serving and empowering a supervillain.
  • Forced into Evil: While not confirmed, it's been implied that all the kwami are inherently good and Duusu's powers being used for evil is because of Mayura.
  • Heroic RRoD: The season 2 finale reveals that the Peacock Miraculous is damaged, and Nathalie seems ill after using her powers just once.
  • Mook Maker: Duusu grants her wielder the ability to create various creatures, sentimonsters, which her current wielder uses to help Hawk Moth.
  • Peacock Girl: While technically genderless as a kwami, Duusu uses she/her pronouns.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Not by choice, but she has red eyes and she serves a supervillain.
  • Support Party Member: Interesting in that her powers have been used to support another Support Party Member. Hawk Moth, via Nooroo, creates akuma villains and Mayura, via Duusu, creates allies for them. However, instead of empowering the akuma villins directly, she creates sentimonsters to protect them.
  • Toxic Phlebotinum: According to Gabriel, the Peacock Miraculous is damaged in such a manner that makes using it dangerous to the holder. Seen very clearly when Nathalie's brief use of it fatigues her and causes her to break out coughing.

    Pollen 
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"How may I please you, my queen?"

Voiced by: Emmylou Homs (FR), Cassandra Lee Morris (EN), Noriko Takaya (MEX), Weronika Łukaszewska (P, Style Queen and Sandboy), Bárbara Ficher (BP)

The kwami of subjection. A polite, obedient fairy-like creature that was initially intended to go to Alya but falls into Chloé's hands when Ladybug loses her Miraculous. Connected to the Bee Miraculous, her main power she provides is Venom. Her Miraculous is Chloé's haircomb, and she helps her transform into Queen Bee.


  • Ambiguous Situation: Pollen is inside the Bee Miraculous when Cat Noir uses Cataclysm on it but Ladybug's World-Healing Wave repairs it almost immediately, and it's not made clear whether Pollen was killed and then brought back to life or if she was totally unharmed. Given that it's implied that the Miraculous are merely objects that allow kwami to interact with and empower humans, the latter possibility is more likely.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: While Nooroo's power is meant to be used on people, in the hands of a good-natured individual it's meant to create heroes. Pollen's power on the other hand is offensive in addition to being meant to be used on people and is detrimental to the target rather than beneficial. Nonetheless, Pollen remains a force for good.
  • Good Is Not Soft: The only kwami of the core seven whose default power has no use other than as a weapon. (Even Plagg's Cataclysm can be used on inanimate objects.)
  • Lady of War: Even though she is very polite and proper, referring to Chloé as "my queen", it doesn't detract from the fact that Pollen grants her holder powers that are extremely battle-oriented. The powers Pollen grants may actually be more relevant to battle than those granted by Plagg.
  • Meaningful Name: Pollen is the flower dust used for their reproduction. It gets on bees after they drink from their nectar, helping to pollinate the flowers.
  • The Paralyzer: She grants the power of subjection, manifesting as Queen Bee's Venom.
  • Virtuous Bees: She resembles a bee and creates bee-themed superheroes.

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Chinese zodiac kwamis

    Mullo 
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The kwami of the Rat Miraculous.


    Stompp 
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The kwami of the Ox Miraculous.


  • Determinator: Implied in "Sandboy", as while the kwamis are mostly scared after accidentally contacting Hawk Moth, she remains persistant, and tells them to keep singing so they can know his location.

    Roarr 
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The kwami of the Tiger Miraculous.


  • She's a Man in Japan: Roarr has a female VA in the original French Dub, but has a male voice in the English Dub.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: When Tikki presents a marker to the kwamis, Roarr touches the top and assumes it’s a paintbrush when the color runs off on their paw. This might also give an indication of how long the kwamis have been locked away.

    Fluff 
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"Was it breakfast or dinner? What time will it be yesterday? Is it tomorrow already? When it'll be the day after tomorrow, it will have be yesterday again."

Voiced by: Laura Préjean (FR), Enzo Dannemann (BP)

The kwami of time. A hyperactive, motormouth fairy-like creature that will, in the future, come to mentor the wielder of the Rabbit Miraculous. The main power she provides is Burrow. Her Miraculous is a pocket watch, and she helps her wielder transform into Bunnyx.


    Longg 
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The kwami of the Dragon Miraculous.


    Sass 
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Voiced by: Alexandre Nguyen (FR), Ben Diskin (EN), Miguel Leal (MEX), Alexandre Maguolo (BP)

The kwami of the Snake Miraculous.


  • I Am Very British: Sass speaks with an RP accent.
  • The Leader: Seems to be one for the Kwamis as a whole, as everyone listens to him and he's the one leading the other kwamis into contacting Nooroo.
  • Sssssnake Talk: It's subtle, but Sass elongates his S's into a hiss.

    Kaalki 
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The kwami of the Horse Miraculous.


  • I Am Very British: The horse kwami has a noticeable English accent, though it's somewhat less posh than Sass's.
  • Meaningful Name: Kalki is an avatar of Vishnu in Hindu mythology that rides on a white horse and brings the end of the world.

    Ziggy 
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The kwami of the Ram Miraculous. Looks a bit like a goat rather than a sheep.


    Orikko 
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The kwami of the Rooster Miraculous.


  • Odd Name Out: Orikko is the only kwami whose name is three syllables long rather than one or two. Thomas Astruc highlighting it himself implies there's an important reason behind this.

    Xuppu 
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The kwami of the Monkey Miraculous.


    Barkk 
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Voiced by: Jessie Lambotte (FR), Maggie Vera (MEX), Weronika Łukaszewska (P), Luísa Cézar (BP)

The kwami of the Dog Miraculous which appears to be a kind of collar.


  • Canine Companion: They would be this to their holders.
  • Heroic Dog: Being able to allow someone to transform and become a hero definitely makes them qualify for this.

    Daizzi 
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The kwami of the Pig Miraculous.



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