List of Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir characters

The following characters in the list appear in the TV animated series Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, and its films and specials.

Main charactersEdit

Marinette Dupain-Cheng / Ladybug

Marinette Dupain-Cheng a.k.a. Ladybug (voiced by Cristina Vee in the English dub,[1][2][3] Karin Nanami in the Japanese dub[4] and by Anouck Hautbois in the French version) is a 14-year-old student at Françoise Dupont High School (Collége Françoise Dupont). Marinette is sweet, joyful, clumsy, and sometimes a bit awkward, but respected and generally popular amongst her peers and is extremely intelligent despite her occasional clumsy ways. She is also an extremely talented fashion designer. Marinette is deeply in love with Adrien Agreste, to whom she can barely speak to out of nervousness. She later develops romantic attraction for Luka Couffaine, but they break up and decide to remain friends.

Using the Ladybug Miraculous, Marinette can transform into the superheroine "Ladybug". As Ladybug, she becomes more confident and serious, often brushing off Cat Noir's advances on her, unaware that he is secretly Adrien. Her transformation call is "Tikki, Spots On!" (French: Tikki, transforme-moi!, "Tikki, transform me!"). Her weapon is a yo-yo and her special power is "Lucky Charm", which allows her to create an object to help solve a specific problem, defeating or helping to defeat an akumatized villain. Once the problem has been solved, she is able to use her second power, "Miraculous Ladybug", to restore things to the way they were and repair all damage. Her yo-yo is also capable of capturing and purifying akumas, storing items and acts as a phone and communicator for her to use. When she becomes the Guardian, Ladybug has the ability to give other characters Miraculouses through her yo-yo. She also learned how to create "Magical Charms", which were temporarily used to prevent people from becoming villains.

Marinette has sometimes used other Miraculous jewels; with the Cat Miraculous, she became "Lady Noir", and with the Mouse Miraculous, she became "Multimouse". On several occasions, Marinette has used other Miraculouses in conjunction with her own, "unifying" their power into one to gain new abilities; thus far, she has unified with the Dragon Miraculous to become "Dragonbug", the Bee Miraculous to become "Lady Bee",[5] the Horse Miraculous to become "Pegabug", and the Horse and Rabbit Miraculouses to become "Pennybug".

Marinette later becomes the new Guardian of the Miraculous in Paris, succeeding her mentor Master Fu.

Unlike most characters, she has never been transformed into a villain; but she came close to in "Ladybug" where she was given the name "Princess Justice" and said to have the ability to expose truth. It was not completed due to Nathalie's illness.

Adrien Agreste / Cat Noir

Adrien Agreste a.k.a. Cat Noir ("Black Cat") (French: Chat Noir) (voiced by Bryce Papenbrook in the English dub,[6][2][3] Ryōta Ōsaka in the Japanese dub[7] and Benjamin Bollen in the French version) is Marinette's crush, although he is oblivious to that and only sees Marinette as a friend. Adrien comes from a wealthy family and is a popular fashion model for the clothing company of his father Gabriel, but he laments his father's distant relationship.[a] Adrien is kind, loyal, sensitive and well-liked, and hangs out often with his best friend Nino Lahiffe.

Using the Cat Miraculous, Adrien can transform into Cat Noir, Ladybug's main sidekick. As Cat Noir, he is more rebellious, care-free, and flirty. His transformation call is "Plagg, Claws Out!" (French: Plagg, transforme-moi!, "Plagg, transform me!"). His weapon is a multi-functional staff and his special power, "Cataclysm", allows him to destroy anything he touches.[8][b][c] As both Cat Noir and Adrien, he has a romantic attraction for Ladybug, unaware that she is Marinette. He temporarily has a relationship with Kagami Tsurugi, but they break up.

Adrien has temporarily used the Ladybug Miraculous to become "Mister Bug" and the Snake Miraculous to become "Aspik". Like Ladybug, he can unify Miraculouses together, once using the Snake Miraculous to become "Snake Noir". In one episode, he becomes a second cat hero called "Cat Walker" (French: "Patte De Velours"). He later returns to original hero persona. He also has unified the Rabbit Miraculous with his own to become Rabbit Noir.

He has been turned into a villain in two erased timelines: as Cat Noir, he has become an uber-powerful version called "Cat Blanc", and in his civilian form, he became "Ephemeral", who has the ability to speed up time. Ephemeral means to "last a short time", which ties into the ability.

Tikki

Tikki (voiced by Mela Lee in the English dub[9][2], Maria Naganawa in the Japanese dub[10] and Marie Nonnenmacher in the French version) is the Kwami of creation who enables Marinette to transform into Ladybug. Tikki is a small floating rat-like magical creature with a large head, big eyes, and a red body with large black spots on her head, resembling a ladybug. Tikki is a positive and serious Kwami, who believes strongly in Marinette and she gives her advice to be the best that she can be, regardless of transformation.[8] She is more than 13 billion years old, and has watched over every Ladybug since the beginning.[d] During Marinette's transformation, Tikki inhabits the Ladybug Miraculous, a pair of earrings worn by Marinette. Thomas Astruc, the show's creator, has written on Twitter that Tikki means "happiness".[11]

Plagg

Plagg (voiced by Max Mittelman in the English dub[12][2], Hiroshi Kohsaka in the Japanese dub[13] and Thierry Kazazian in the French version) is the Kwami of destruction who enables Adrien to transform into Cat Noir. Plagg looks much like Tikki, but with a black body, green eyes, and pointed ears, resembling a black cat. Unlike Tikki, however, Plagg is sarcastic and lazy. Although he cares for Adrien, he is less invested in his problems and often gives wrong or destructive advice. His favorite food is camembert, which he is shown to have an obsession for.[8] During Adrien's transformation as Cat Noir, he inhabits the Black Cat Miraculous, a ring worn by Adrien on his right hand. He can use his Cataclysm ability without a holder, but his unrestrained power is catastrophic.

Gabriel Agreste / Hawk Moth / Scarlet Moth / Shadow Moth / Monarch

Gabriel Agreste, also known as: Hawk Moth (French: Le Papillon, lit. "The Butterfly"), Scarlet Moth (French: Papillon Ecarlate, lit. "Scarlet Butterfly"), Shadow Moth (French: Papillombre, lit. "Shadow Butterfly"), and Monarch (French: Le Monarque), (voiced by Keith Silverstein in the English dub[14][2][15], Hayato Fujii in the Japanese dub[16][17] and Antoine Tomé in the French version[18]) is a famous fashion designer, and Adrien's strict, overprotective, and emotionally abusive father. He serves as the main antagonist of the series.

Using the Butterfly Miraculous, he transforms into the supervillain "Hawk Moth". His weapon is a cane that acts as a sword stick, and his special power is to "akumatize" people. Using akumas, corrupted butterflies that are drawn to negative emotions, he is able to transform his victims into supervillains with special powers. Later in the show, he also creates "megakumas" that can nullify the Magical Charms.

His main motivation is to obtain Ladybug and Cat Noir's Miraculouses, using their combined power to restore his comatose wife, Emilie. As Hawk Moth, his transformation call is "Nooroo, Dark Wings Rise!".

When the heroes nearly discover his secret identity, he turns himself into "the Collector", who can trap anything in his sketchbook. In a few episodes, he has transformed into "Scarlet Moth", who can create as many akumas as he wants, with the help of "Catalyst", the akumatized form of his assistant Nathalie Sancoeur.

Gabriel later unifies the Butterfly and Peacock Miraculouses to become "Shadow Moth", allowing him to use the ability of "Amokization". This allows him to create sentimonsters, magical lifeforms with whatever forms and abilities he desires. In an erased timeline, he takes the Cat Miraculous and unifies with it to become "Shadow Noir" (French: Chatpillon),[19] he also successfully unifies with the Ladybug Miraculous.

At the end of the fourth season, Gabriel gives the Peacock Miraculous to Félix, but receives the other Miraculouses in exchange and names himself "Monarch".[20]

Alya Césaire / Rena Rouge / Rena Furtive

Alya Césaire a.k.a. Rena Rouge ("Red Fox") and Rena Furtive ("Secret Fox") (voiced by Carrie Keranen in the English dub,[21][22] Aya Kawakami in the Japanese dub[23] and Fanny Bloc in the French version) is Marinette's best friend. She constantly helps Marinette with her problems, most of which pertain to Marinette trying to speak to Adrien; she is often seen helping or encourage her. She aspires to be a journalist and is in charge of the school blog. She is a big fan of superheroes, in particular Ladybug; she even operates a fansite known as the Ladyblog, but like everyone else, is mostly unaware of Marinette's superhero identity,[24] but Marinette later reveals herself to her.

She sometimes uses the Fox Miraculous to transform into "Rena Rouge". Her weapon is a flute that doubles as a staff and her special power, "Mirage", allows her to create illusions. Her transformation call is "Trixx, Let's Pounce!" (French: Trixx, transforme-moi!, "Trixx, transform me!").[25]

Although her identity is eventually revealed, Rena Rouge is often called upon throughout the series, and is eventually allowed to keep her Miraculous permanently. She ends up using it in hiding as "Rena Furtive", but is revealed nonetheless, so she returns the Miraculous.

In one episode, she stands in for Ladybug, as the superhero "Scarabella".

Her villain form is "Lady Wifi", whose smartphone can fire magical icons and allows her to teleport through phones. Lady Wifi has sometimes teamed up with Princess Fragrance, Reflekta, and once with Horrificator and Timebreaker. She is the first villain to break free of Shadow Moth's control. As Rena Rouge, she has been akumatized into "Rena Rage". One time, she and her love interest Nino have been fused into "Oblivio", who can erase people's memories.

Major recurring charactersEdit

Nino Lahiffe / Carapace

Nino Lahiffe[26] a.k.a. Carapace (voiced by Ben Diskin in seasons 1–3 of the English dub,[27][28] Zeno Robinson starting with Miraculous World: New York: United HeroeZ of the English dub,[29] Takayuki Miyamoto in the Japanese dub[30] and Alexandre Nguyen in the French version[31]) is Adrien's best friend who dresses in skate punk fashion, typically seen with headphones around his neck and a cap on his head. He DJs at the school's radio station.[24] Nino had a crush on Marinette, but later becomes a couple with Alya.[e]

He sometimes uses the Turtle Miraculous to turn into "Carapace". His weapon is a shield and his special power, "Shell-ter", allows him to create a force field. His transformation call is "Wayzz, Shell On!" (French: Wayzz, transforme-moi!, "Wayzz, transform me!"). Despite his identity being revealed, he is often called upon throughout the series.

His main villain form is "The Bubbler", who can create and manipulate soap bubbles. He has also become "Rocketear", who can throw exploding tears from his eyes. As Carapace, he has been akumatized into "Shell Shock". With Alya, he has become Oblivio.

When asked about Alya and Nino's ethnicity, Astruc wrote on Twitter that one of them was from Réunion, and later wrote that Alya was from Martinique.[32]

Chloé Bourgeois / Queen Bee

Chloé Bourgeois (voiced by Selah Victor in the English dub, Arisa Sakuraba in the Japanese dub[33] and Marie Chevalot in the French version) is a student in Miss Bustier's class. She is selfish, overzealous, and spoiled, only showing a little remorse when she needs to. She often uses her father and her best friend Sabrina Raincomprix to do whatever she wants. She claims to like Adrien Agreste, her childhood best friend.

She has been given the Bee Miraculous, which she used to transform into "Queen Bee". Her weapon is a spinning top and her special power, "Venom", allows her to paralyze any sentient being. Her transformation call is "Pollen, Buzz On!" (French: Pollen, transforme-moi!, "Pollen, transform me!"). Despite publicly revealing her secret identity, Ladybug gave her a second chance, but in the end, she betrayed Ladybug and was thus expelled from the superhero team.

Before her betrayal, she was a big fan of Ladybug. She has also allied with pathological liar Lila Rossi out of their hatred of both Ladybug and Marinette.

She has been akumatized multiple times. Her forms include "Antibug", an evil version of Ladybug; "Queen Banana", able to turn people into bananas; and "Penalty", who commands the "Penalteam" that control a real world soccer game. As Queen Bee, she has become "Queen Wasp", who controls a swarm of bees that paralyze people, and "Miracle Queen", an upgraded version of Queen Wasp who can brainwash people.

In an early concept, Chloé was set to appear in a trio with Sabrina and Alix; intended to be a reference to Clover, Sam and Alex from the French-Canadian animated series Totally Spies!.[34]

Tom Dupain

Tom Dupain (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith in the English dub,[35] Takehiro Hasu in the Japanese dub and Martial Le Minoux in the French version) is Marinette's father and the proprietor of his family bakery, the Tom & Sabine Boulangerie Pâtisserie, and he is very passionate about working there, often helping Marinette while she is at the bakery, and showing her how to do things. He is named after Thomas Astruc, the creator of the series.[36]

His villain form is "Weredad", a werewolf-like bodyguard who can control thorny vines. He has once teamed up with Qilin, Befana, and Bakerix.

Sabine Cheng

Sabine Cheng (voiced by Philece Sampler in season 1-4 of the English dub,[37] Anne Yatco in season 4 of the English dub, Eiko Hanawa in the Japanese dub and Jessie Lambotte in the French version[38]) is Marinette's mother. She was born in China as Cheng Xia Bing (Xia Bing Cheng in western order)[39] before taking the name Sabine when she moved to Paris.[36]

Her main villain form is "Qilin", who can move things with her mind and control the wind. She has once teamed up with Weredad, Befana, and Bakerix. She was also almost akumatized into "Verity Queen" in "Ladybug", but her transformation was not completed due to Nathalie's illness.

Master Fu

Master Wang Fu (Chinese: 王富 Wáng Fu), (voiced by Paul St. Peter in the English dub, Takayuki Miyamoto in the Japanese dub[40] and Gilbert Lévy in the French version) is a short man who was the former Guardian of the Miraculous. He claims that he is 186 years old. He used to help Marinette and Adrien by giving them Miraculouses to loan and creating potions to help them defeat tough villains.

Prior to the events of the series, when Fu was still a guardian-in-training, he created a sentimonster that accidentally destroyed the Guardians' temple, with the Butterfly and Peacock Miraculouses, as well as a spellbook, lost in the chaos; however, the damage is later undone.

When Hawk Moth learns his identity, Fu turns into turtle hero "Jade Turtle" to protect himself. However, he is overpowered, so he transfers the title of Guardian to Marinette, losing all his memories in the process. He departs Paris with his old love Marianne Lenoir, and marry each other.

In one episode, Fu and Marianne return to Paris, and he is akumatized in "Furious Fu", a tall painter who can bring words to life with his talismans.

The Gorilla

The "Gorilla" (voiced by Ezra Weisz in the English dub and Guilbert Lévy in the French version), as he is nicknamed by Adrien's friends, is the unnamed bodyguard and chauffeur of Adrien. He has a massive exterior and never speaks at all, only communicating through grunts and expressions. He cares for Adrien's safety and almost never leaves his side.

His villain form is Gorizilla, a giant gorilla with a keen sense of smell.

Nathalie Sancoeur / Mayura

Nathalie Sancoeur a.k.a. Mayura ("Peacock") (voiced by Sabrina Weisz in the English dub,[41][42] Arisa Sakuraba in the Japanese dub[43] and Marie Chevalot in the French version[citation needed]) is Gabriel Agreste's personal assistant. She willfully assists him in his goals, both as Gabriel and Hawk Moth, out of romantic attraction. She is the secondary antagonist in the series.

Using the Peacock Miraculous, she can transform into "Mayura". Her weapon is a hand-fan, and she has the power to "amokize" people. Using corrupted amok feathers, she can create sentimonsters who act as allies and protectors of her victims. Her transformation call is "Duusu, Spread my Feathers!". Because her Miraculous is damaged, she grows bedridden,[44] which continues even after the Miraculous is repaired. In later episodes, she is recovering slowly and started using leg braces.

Her villain form is Catalyst who can boost others' powers. She has only been used to turn Hawk Moth into Scarlet Moth.

Lila Rossi

Lila Rossi (voiced by Lisa Kay Jennings in the English dub,[45] Sayaka Kitahara in the Japanese dub[46] and Clara Soares in the French version) is one of Ms. Bustier's students. She's the daughter of an Italian diplomat. She is a cunning and talented liar who craves attention and uses dishonest means to get it. According to Thomas Astruc, she was intentionally created to be unlovable.[47] She acts as a recurring antagonist throughout the series.

Her main villainess form is "Volpina", a copy of a Fox Miraculous holder, originally created when Ladybug initially exposed her deception and lies. Despite her de-akumatization, she remains bitter and refuses to forgive Ladybug. Her antagonism spreads to Marinette, and she actively tries to ruin her life. To this end, she deliberately becomes akumatizated into "Chameleon", who can shapeshift into anyone by kissing them, and partners with Gabriel to help create villains and defeat Ladybug. In return, she is rewarded by becoming a model for Gabriel. She has also partnered with Chloé.

Kagami Tsurugi / Ryûko

Kagami Tsurugi a.k.a. Ryûko ("Dragon Child") (voiced by Faye Mata in the English dub, Nanako Mori in the Japanese dub[48] and Clara Soares in the French version) is a Japanese teen girl who is introduced in season 2. She hails from a family of celebrated fencers, and often acts as Adrien's main opponent in his fencing classes. Like Adrien, she feels isolated and desires freedom from her strict and controlling mother, Tomoe. She also has feelings for Adrien, and thus presented as a rival for Marinette, however the two eventually become friends. She temporarily becomes Adrien's love interest although she and Adrien break up.

She sometimes uses the Dragon Miraculous to transform into "Ryûko". Her weapon is a sword and her special power allows her to call upon three separate transformations into air, water or lightning.[49] Her transformation call is "Longg, bring the storm!". Although her identity is accidentally revealed, she is often called upon throughout the series.

Her villain forms include "Riposte", who can slice through anything; "Oni-Chan", who can aggressively pursue anyone, and "Lies", who can paralyze anyone who has lied.

Luka Couffaine / Viperion

Luka Couffaine (also Couphène)[24] (voiced by Andrew Russell in the English dub[50][non-primary source needed], Yuuichirou Umehara in the Japanese dub[51] and Gauthier Battoue in the French version) is the twin brother of Juleka Couffaine. He is Marinette's temporary love interest and serves as her voice of comfort, even after they have broken up.

Using the Snake Miraculous, he can transform into "Viperion". His weapon is a lyre and his special power, "Second Chance", lets him rewind time up to five minutes to fix a mistake. His transformation call is "Sass, scales slither!" He is often called upon throughout the series. He also learns Ladybug and Cat Noir's identities, but he doesn't tell anyone.

He has had two villain forms: "Silencer", who can steal people's voices and imitate them by talking with his hands, and "Truth", who can force people to tell the truth.

Minor recurring charactersEdit

Félix Fathom / Flairmidable

Félix Fathom (voiced by Bryce Papenbrook in the English dub, Ryota Osaka in the Japanese dub and Benjamin Bollen in the French version) is Adrien's maternal cousin and Gabriel's nephew who lives with his mother, Amélie, in London. He is almost identical in appearance to Adrien, and a skilled magician and martial artist. Sometime prior to the events of the series, his father Colt died and he became embittered with the Agrestes for not attending his funeral, and began to scheme against them.

His main goal, supported by his mother, is to steal Gabriel and Emilie's wedding rings, which are family heirlooms. He manages to steal Gabriel's, and later learns Shadow Moth's identity. Ladybug, mistaking him for Adrien, entrusted him with the Dog Miraculous, allowing him to become "Flairmidable". Eventually, he returns Gabriel's ring, giving him all the Miraculouses (except for the Black Cat and Ladybug Miraculouses) Ladybug has as part of a blackmail-type deal. In return, Félix receives the Peacock Miraculous.

Prior to the production of the series, Félix was conceived as the original Cat Noir and Marinette's love interest,[52] however, he was eventually scrapped and replaced by Adrien, who was considered to be a more interesting character.[53]

Collège Françoise Dupont studentsEdit

Lê Chiến Kim / King Monkey

Lê Chiến Kim (also Kim Ature[24] and Kim Nguyen[f]) (voiced by Grant George in the English dub,[54][55] Wataru Komada in the Japanese dub[56] and Alexandre Nguyen in the French version) is a competitive athletic student in Miss Bustier's class. He is best friends with Max and rivals with Alix. His love interest is Ondine, a swimmer.

Using the Monkey Miraculous, he can transform into "King Monkey" (French: Roi Singe).[g] His weapon is a Ruyi Jingu Bang and his special power "Uproar" lets him create an object to disrupt his opponents' superpowers. His transformation call is "Xuppu, showtime!"

His villain form is "Dark Cupid", an evil version of the mythological figure that spreads hate instead of love.

Alix Kubdel / Bunnyx

Alix Kubdel (voiced by Kira Buckland in the English dub[57][58][non-primary source needed], Yukiko Morishita in the Japanese dub[59] and Adeline Chetail in the French version season 1 and Marie Nonnenmacher season 2) is a tomboyish and competitive student in Miss Bustier's class. She is of Amazigh origin.[60] She is rivals with Kim. On Twitter, Thomas Astruc confirmed that she is aromantic, meaning she does not experience romantic attraction.[61]

In the future, she will receive the Rabbit Miraculous to become "Bunnyx". Her future self's weapon is an umbrella and her special power "Burrow" lets her travel through time. Her future self's transformation call is "Fluff, clockwise!" It is revealed that she has informed her father of her future super hero identity.

The present Alix has been given the Dog Miraculous to become Canigirl who helped the heroes take the Rabbit Miraculous back from Monarch and was allowed to keep the latter.

Her villain form is "Timebreaker", who can make people disappear by touching them, which gives her the energy to travel through time. She has also teamed up with Lady Wifi, Reflekta, Princess Fragrance and Horrificator.

In an earlier concept, Alix was set to appear in a trio with Sabrina and Chloe; intended to be a reference to Clover, Sam and Alex from the French-Canadian animated series Totally Spies!.[34]

Max Kanté / Pegasus

Max Kanté (voiced by Ben Diskin in season 1–3 of the English dub,[62][63] Zeno Robinson in Season 4 of the English dub, Hiroshi Kōsaka in the Japanese dub[64] and Martial Le Minoux in the French version) is a nerdy, intelligent Malian[65]-French student in Miss Bustier's class. He is best friends with Kim, and is the creator of Markov. On Twitter, Thomas Astruc confirmed that he is asexual, meaning he does not experience sexual attraction.[61]

Using the Horse Miraculous, he can transform into "Pegasus" (French: Pegase). His weapon is a horseshoe-shaped boomerang and his special power "Voyage" lets him to open up a portal to teleport to any location. His transformation call is "Kaalki, full gallop!" He is often called on throughout the series.

His villain form is "Gamer", who has a real-life mecha that can upgrade itself if enough people are disintegrated. In one episode, he is upgraded into "Gamer 2.0", who brings a tournament game to life.

Markov

Markov (voiced by Grant George in the English dub and Alexandre Nguyen in the French version) is a small, flying robot created by Max. He is highly intelligent and capable of experiencing human emotions.

His villain form is "Robostus", who can bring mechanical devices to life. In another episode, he is hacked and his powers are modified so that he can brainwash people into giving up their prized possessions. He is the first villain to successfully turn against Hawk Moth.

Mylène Haprèle / Polymouse

Mylène Haprèle (voiced by Jessica Gee-George in the English dub, Arisa Sakuraba in the Japanese dub[66] and Jessie Lambotte in the French version) is a meek and cordial student in Miss Bustier's class. She is an activist and also Ivan's love interest.

Using the Mouse Miraculous, she can transform into "Polymouse".[67][non-primary source needed] Her weapon is a jump rope and her special power Multitude allows her to simultaneously duplicate and shrink herself. Polymouse's transformation call is "Mullo, get squeaky". She is often called upon throughout the series.

Her villain form is "Horrificator", a slimy monster that can grow bigger by feeding on people's fear. She has also teamed up with Lady Wifi, Reflekta, Princess Fragrance and Timebreaker.

Ivan Bruel / Minotaurox

Ivan Bruel (voiced by Max Mittelman in season 2 in the English dub, Takehiro Hasu in the Japanese dub[68] and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is an imposing yet kind student in Miss Bustier's class.

Using the Ox Miraculous, he can transform into "Minotaurox". His weapon is a hammer and his special power Resistance renders him invulnerable to physical attacks and superpowers. His transformation call is "Stompp, make way".

His villain form is "Stoneheart", a rock monster who grows bigger whenever he is hit.

Sabrina Raincomprix / Miss Hound

Sabrina Raincomprix (voiced by Marieve Herington in season 1 of the English dub, Cassandra Lee Morris in season 2-3, Lauren Landa in season 4 onward[69] of the English dub, Miyuki Kobori in the Japanese dub[70] and Marie Nonnenmacher in the French version) is Chloé's best friend and personal assistant, who is treated as a slave.

She sometimes uses the Dog Miraculous to transform into "Miss Hound". Her transformation phrase is "Barkk, on the hunt." Her weapon is a ball and her special power Fetch allows her to transport any object that has come into contact with her ball into her possession.

Her main villain form is "Vanisher", who is completely invisible. She has also been akumatized into "Miraculer", who can steal the heroes' powers to use for herself.

In an earlier concept, Sabrina was set to appear in a trio with Chloé and Alix; intended to be a reference to Clover, Sam and Alex from the French-Canadian animated series Totally Spies!.[34]

Juleka Couffaine / Purple Tigress

Juleka Couffaine (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald in Season 1 of the English dub, Reba Buhr from Season 2 in the English dub, Mariko Honda in the Japanese dub[71] and Marie Nonnenmacher in the French version)[72][73] is a quiet and reserved student in Bustier's class. She dresses in goth fashion, and is the twin sister of Luka Couffaine. She is best friends with Rose Lavillant, although it is heavily implied that they are in a romantic relationship.[74]

She sometimes uses the Tiger Miraculous to transform into "Purple Tigress". Her weapon is a bola whip and her special power "Clout" allows her to channel her energy into an extremely powerful punch. Her transformation call is "Roaar, stripes on". She is often called upon throughout the series.

Her main villain form is "Reflekta", who can make people look exactly like her. She has been akumatized into this form multiple times, sometimes teamed up with Lady Wifi and Princess Fragrance and once with Horrificator and Timebreaker. She has been given two sentimonsters.

Rose Lavillant / Pigella

Rose Lavillant (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald in Season 1 in the English dub, Reba Buhr from Season 2 in the English dub, Mariko Honda in the Japanese dub[75] and Jessie Lambotte in the French version)[72][73] is a kind and bubbly student in Bustier's class. She is best friends with Juleka Couffaine, although it is heavily implied that they are in a romantic relationship.[74] She also suffers from an unknown chronic illness.

She sometimes uses the Pig Miraculous to transform into "Pigella". Her weapon is a tambourine and her special power "Gift" creates a gift box that opens to reveal an image of the target's deepest wish. Her transformation call is "Daizzi, rejoice!". She is often called upon throughout the series.

Her villain form is "Princess Fragrance", who can brainwash people with her perfume. She has sometimes teamed up with Lady Wifi and Reflekta, and once with Horrificator and Timebreaker.

Zoé Lee / Vesperia

Zoé Lee (voiced by Deneen Melody in the English dub,[76] Megumi Nakamura in the Japanese dub and Fily Keita in the French version) is Chloé's maternal half-sister from New York. Unlike Chloé, Zoé is naturally kind and gets along with the students of Miss Bustier's class. Initially, she pretends to be mean and self-centered like her sister in order to be accepted by her family, although she ultimately chooses to be her own person.

Using the Bee Miraculous, she can transform into "Vesperia", with the same abilities as Queen Bee. She is often called upon as part of the Miraculous team, acting as a replacement for Queen Bee.

Her villain form is "Sole Crusher", who can grow bigger by stepping on people.

Nathaniel Kurtzberg / Caprikid

Nathaniel Kurtzberg (voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas in the English dub, Hiroshi Kōsaka in the Japanese dub[77] and by Franck Tordjman in the French version) is a shy, Jewish-French comic book artist in Miss Bustier's class. His first name is a homage to Nathanaël Bronn, the chief art director of the series,[78] while his last name is a homage to famous comic book artist Jack Kirby, who was born as Jacob Kurtzberg.[79] He is in a relationship with Marc Anciel.[80][81]

Using the Goat Miraculous, he can transform into "Caprikid". His transformation phrase is "Ziggy, bleat it". His weapon is a paintbrush staff and his special power Genesis allows him to create any object he can imagine.

His villain form is "Evillustrator", an artist who can draw and erase things in real life with his graphics tablet.

Marc Anciel / Rooster Bold

Marc Anciel (voiced by Kyle McCarley in the English dub, Takuma Sasaki in the Japanese dub[82] and Alexandre Nguyen in the French version) is a shy writer who is a student at Collège Françoise Dupont. According to Thomas Astruc and Feri González, Marc is based upon Hope Morphin, a personal friend of Astruc who is both genderfluid and bisexual, and that Marc also identifies as part of the LGBT community.[83][84][80][81] He and Nathaniel collaborate on writing a comic book.

Using the Rooster Miraculous, he can transform into "Rooster Bold". His transformation phrase is "Orikko, sunrise". His weapon is a quill and his special power Sublimation gives him any special ability he wants.

His villain form is "Reverser", who can reverse any of his victims' personality traits while flying on a paper plane-type mode of transportation.

Aurore Beauréal

Aurore Beauréal (voiced by Mela Lee in the English dub,[85] Rika Morinaga in the Japanese dub, Geneviève Doang in season one of the French version and Marie Nonnenmacher in season 2-Present in the French version) is a student in Ms. Mendeleiev's class and an aspiring weathergirl, often seen with her parasol.

Her villain form is "Stormy Weather", who can control the weather. In one episode, her powers are upgraded so that she can now control all the forces of nature.

Collège François Dupont facultyEdit

Caline Bustier

Caline Bustier (voiced by Dorothy Elias-Fahn in the English dub[86][87] and Jessie Lambotte in the French version) is the teacher for Marinette and Adrien's class at Collège François Dupont who teaches French, poetry, and literature. In the New York special, she is revealed to be pregnant.

Her villain form is "Zombizou", a zombie-like person who can spread a zombie-like infection through kissing.

Mr. Damocles

Mr. Damocles (voiced by J.C. Hyke in the English dub, Shinoosuke Ogami in the Japanese dub and Gilbert Lévy in the French version) is the principal of Collège François Dupont. He also roleplays as a superhero called "The Owl" and is a fan of American superhero Knightowl. His often clumsy attempts to do good are often played for comic relief.

His villain form is the "Dark Owl", an owl-themed supervillain with real gadgets and tools.

Ms. Mendeleiev

Ms. Mendeleiev (voiced by Philece Sampler in season one-four of the English dub and Marie Chevalot in the French version) is a teacher at Collège François Dupont who teaches science, math, and physics. She is shown to be stricter and less kind than Miss Bustier. Her surname resembles Dmitri Mendeleev, the creator of the modern periodic table of elements.

Her villain form is "Kwamibuster", who can use a special vacuum to capture the kwamis and wishes to prove their existence.

Armand D'Argencourt

Armand D'Argencourt (voiced by Joe Fria in the English dub and Thierry Kazazian in the French version) is the gym teacher of Collège Françoise Dupont who also teaches fencing. He is the descendant of the warrior Darkblade, who once ruled over all of France. He is also a former mayoral candidate, although his campaign lost miserably to Mayor Bourgeois.

His villain form is "Darkblade", a knight who can turn people into knights.

Fred Haprèle

Fred Haprèle (voiced by Ezra Weisz in the English dub and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is a part-time assistant teacher at Collège Françoise Dupont, an expert mime artist, and the father of Mylène.

His villain form is "The Mime", a mime who can bring anything he gestures to life. Notably, The Mime is one of the first villains ever conceived for the Miraculous series, appearing in the animated test short "Ladybug PV" alongside Mr. Pigeon and Hawk Moth.

KwamisEdit

Kwamis are fairy-like divine beings, personifications of abstract concepts with animal-like features bound to the Miraculouses. Kwamis use the Miraculouses to transform their holders into animal-themed super beings with a fraction of their full power. While having a desire to do good, some kwamis like Nooroo and Duusu end up being used by villainous holders and are forced to aid them.

If a holder does not wish to use a kwami, they can renounce it.

Chinese Miracle Box KwamisEdit

  • Wayzz (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith in the English dub,[35] Wataru Komada in the Japanese dub[88] and Franck Tordjman in the French version[citation needed]) is the kwami of protection, bound to the Turtle Miraculous, a bracelet.
  • Nooroo (voiced by Ben Diskin in the English dub,[63] Mariko Honda in the Japanese dub[89] and Martial Le Minoux in the French version[citation needed]) is the kwami of transmission, bound to the Butterfly Miraculous, a brooch.
  • Trixx (voiced by Cherami Leigh in the English dub,[90] Miyuki Koboki in the Japanese dub[91] and Franck Tordjman in the French version[citation needed]) is the kwami of illusion, bound to the Fox Miraculous, a necklace. He can use his Mirage power without a holder, but it is unrestrained.
  • Pollen[92][non-primary source needed] (voiced by Cassandra Lee Morris in Seasons 2-3, Lauren Landa in Season 4 onward)[69] in the English dub, Yukiko Aruga in the Japanese dub[93] and Clara Soares in the French version[citation needed]) is the kwami of action (also "subjection"), bound to the Bee Miraculous, a hair comb.
  • Duusu (voiced by Melissa Fahn in the English dub,[94] Airi Otsu in the Japanese dub[95] and Fanny Bloc in the French version) is the kwami of emotion, bound to the Peacock Miraculous, a brooch.[96][non-primary source needed] Due to the Peacock Miraculous being damaged, Duusu acts sporadically, often quickly switching between being happy and sad. When the Peacock Miraculous is repaired, she returns to normal, remarking that there was "chaos in [her] head".

In addition to these, there are also twelve kwamis based on the animals of the Chinese zodiac.[97]

  • Mullo (voiced by Deneen Melody[98][99][non-primary source needed] in the English dub) is the kwami of multiplication, bound to the Mouse Miraculous, a pendant necklace.
  • Stompp (voiced by Thierry Kazazian in the French version and Lauren Landa in Season 3 onward in the English dub[69]) is the kwami of determination, bound to the Ox Miraculous, a nose ring. His power manifests as Resistance, that makes the user invulnerable to physical attacks and other superpowers.
  • Roaar (voiced by Sandy Fox in Seasons 3-4[100][non-primary source needed] in the English dub and Caroline Combes in the French version) is the kwami of exaltation, bound to the Tiger Miraculous, a panjas bracelet.
  • Fluff (voiced by Ryan Bartley in Seasons 3–4 in the English dub,[101] Aya Kawakami in the Japanese dub[102] and Céline Melloul the French version) is the kwami of evolution, bound to the Rabbit Miraculous, a pocket watch. Fluff appears to be a reference to the White Rabbit from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, who also carries a pocket watch and obsesses over being late.
  • Longg (voiced by Masashi Nogawa in the Japanese dub,[103] Grant George in the English dub[69] and Marie Nonnenmacher in the French version) is the kwami of perfection, bound to the Dragon Miraculous, a beaded choker. His power manifests as elemental shapeshifting, allowing his holder to transform into wind, water or lightning.
  • Sass (voiced by Ben Diskin in the English dub,[63] Masaya Fukunishi in the Japanese dub[104] and Alexandre Nguyen in the French version) is the kwami of intuition, bound to the Snake Miraculous, an ouroboros bracelet. He can use his Second Chance without a holder to go back to any time of his choosing, but he will cause things from other times to end up in the present, and mess up clocks and other timing systems.
  • Kaalki (voiced by Deneen Melody in Seasons 3–4 in the English dub[105][106][non-primary source needed], Airi Otsu in the Japanese dub[107] and Fanny Bloc in the French version) is the kwami of migration (also "teleportation"), bound to the Horse Miraculous, a pair of glasses. She can use her Voyage without a holder, but it sends nearby things to random locations.
  • Ziggy (voiced by Susannah Corrington[108][non-primary source needed] in the English dub and Céline Melloul in the French version) is the kwami of passion, bound to the Goat Miraculous, a pair of hair clips.
  • Xuppu (voiced by Sarah Weisz[109][non-primary source needed] in the English dub, Eiko Hanawa in the Japanese dub[110] and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is the kwami of derision, bound to the Monkey Miraculous, a circlet.[111][non-primary source needed]
  • Orikko (voiced by Sabrina Weisz[112][non-primary source needed] in the English dub) is the kwami of pretension, bound to the Rooster Miraculous, a thumb ring.
  • Barkk (voiced by Sabrina Glow in Season 4 in the English dub[113][non-primary source needed] and Jessie Lambotte in the French version) is the kwami of adoration, bound to the Dog Miraculous, a collar necklace.
  • Daizzi (voiced by Tony Marot in the French version and Jessica Gee-George[114] in the English dub) is the kwami of jubilation, bound to the Pig Miraculous, a pearl anklet.

Native American KwamisEdit

The following Kwamis are associated with the Native American Miraculous box that appeared in Miraculous New York:

  • Liiri (voiced by Cedric Williams in the English dub) is the kwami of freedom, bound to the Eagle Miraculous, a talon pendant. His power manifests as "Liberation", allowing the user to free anyone of that person's mental restraints. He once belonged to Gilbert du Motier but ended up in the hands of Gabriel Agreste after he stole the Eagle Miraculous.
  • Other known but currently unnamed kwamis: Bear Kwami, Beaver Kwami, Deer Kwami, Falcon Kwami, Goose Kwami, Otter Kwami, Owl Kwami, Raven Kwami, Salmon Kwami, Thunderbird Kwami, Wolf Kwami, and Woodpecker Kwami.[115]

CitizensEdit

Emilie Agreste

Emilie Agreste is the wife of Gabriel Agreste, and the mother of Adrien. Little is known about her, as she disappeared some time before the events of the series, and is presumed deceased by the public;[116] although, in reality, she is in a comatose state, being preserved within a glass coffin in the Agrestes' basement. She is also a former actress, having appeared in the film Solitude in the leading role.

As implied numerous times in the series, Emilie was a former holder of the Peacock Miraculous, and using the damaged Miraculous was the direct cause of her condition. Currently, it is unknown why and how Emilie used the Peacock Miraculous enough to render herself comatose.

André Bourgeois

André Bourgeois (voiced by Joe Ochman in the English dub,[117] Kenta Sasa in the Japanese dub and Gilbert Lévy in the French version) is the mayor of Paris, Chloé's father, and the owner of the Le Grand Paris luxury hotel. He is prone to getting angry at anyone who wrongs his daughter and unprofessionally jumps to conclusions. Despite this, Mayor Bourgeois tends to learn from his mistakes and make things right for those he had wronged. He used to be a filmmaker but eventually gave up his directing and moved into politics to better provide for his family.

His main villain form is "Malediktator", a dictator who can compel people into doing exactly what he declares. He has also been fused with Audrey as "Heart Hunter", a two-faced floating head that consumes love.

Audrey Bourgeois

Audrey Bourgeois (voiced by Haviland Stillwell in the English dub and Céline Melloul in the French version) is Chloé's and Zoé's mother, and a world-renowned fashion designer who owns Style Queen Magazine. She acts distantly to Chloé and often fires her subordinates. She has a close relationship with Gabriel Agreste, claiming that she discovered and popularized his designs.

Her villain form is "Style Queen", a regenerative being of glitter that can turn people into glitter statues; however, in one episode, her victims turn into glitter piles. She has also become Heart Hunter with André.

Butler Jean

Butler Jean (voiced by Benjamin Diskin in the English dub and Martial le Minoux in the French version) is a butler employed at the Le Grand Paris hotel. He is usually seen serving Chloé and her family; she constantly mistreats him and addresses him with different names (e.g. Jean-Paul, Jean-Eudes, and Jean-Pierre); his real last name is thus unknown.

His villain form is "Despair Bear", a small supervillain who controls a teddy bear from the inside and can mind control anyone he touches.

Alec Cataldi

Alec Cataldi (voiced by André Gordon in the English dub[118] and Masaaki Yano in the Japanese dub) is a TV host. Due to childhood bullying, he is typically insensitive and unkind towards others, often contributing to them being akumatized. However, he gets over this, wishing to inspire people and dressing in drag.

His villain form is "Wishmaker", who can make people turn into their childhood dreams, albeit unwillingly.

Jagged Stone

Jagged Stone (voiced by Lex Lang in the English dub, Yuki Arai in the Japanese dub and Matthew Gèczy in the French version) is a popular rock star heavily admired by Marinette and her peers. He is Luka and Juleka's father, and originally had a band, "Croco Duo", with Anarka, their mother, but left both his family and band to pursue a solo career. He has a pet crocodile named Fang.

His villain form is "Guitar Villain", who is able to cast different spells by playing his guitar. In this form, Fang also turns into a crocodile/dragon hybrid.

Penny Rolling

Penny Rolling (voiced by Mela Lee in the English dub and by Anne-Charlotte Piau in the French version) is Jagged Stone's agent and assistant. She appears to have romantic feelings for Jagged, but it is unknown if they are reciprocated.

Her villain form is "Troublemaker", who can switch between tangible and intangible by the clicking of her pen.

Bob Roth

Bob Roth (voiced by Grant George in the English dub and by Gilbert Lévy in the French version) is a music producer and the owner of a record company named after himself (Bob Roth Records). He is very greedy and selfish. Roth does a lot of projects to earn more money, and is willing to fire any person if they don't bring him financial success, as shown in several episodes. He was also formerly the record producer for Jagged Stone.

Roth has also directed films and commercials and wishes to build a theme park featuring cloned dinosaurs.[119]

His villain form is "Moolak", who can turn people into coins. Moolak is a large golden safe, usually filled with coins. His name is a play on the word "moolah", meaning "money".

XY

Xavier-Yves "XY" Roth (voiced by Benjamin Diskin in the English dub and by Alexandre Nguyen in the French version) is a pop star who is the son of Bob Roth.

In "Guitar Villain", XY is targeted by the titular villain.

In "Kwamibuster", he appears as an expert on Alternative Truth.

Vincent Aza

Vincent Aza (voiced by Matthew Mercer in the English dub, Yuuji Murai in the Japanese dub and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is a skilled photographer. He is an obsessive fan of Jagged Stone, following him everywhere he goes and holding a personal shrine for him in his room.

His villain form is "Pixelator", a photographer who can trap the people he takes pictures of in photographs.

Vivica

Vivica (voiced by Morgan Berry in the English dub) is a professional guitarist working for Jagged Stone. She was based on a real person named Vivica, who won a contest at the Miraculous panel at L.A. Comic Con 2016.[120] She was supposed to be a veterinarian, but it was changed.[121][non-primary source needed]

Her villain form is "Desperada", who can create instrument-themed weapons that she claims never miss their target.

Théo Barbot

Théo Barbot (voiced by Brian Beacock in the English dub, Tomoyuki Maruyama in the Japanese dub and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is an artist and sculptor that lives in Paris. He is responsible for constructing the Ladybug and Cat Noir sculpture in the Place des Voyages and has a crush on Ladybug, although he later gets over this. He has also made several cameo appearances with random jobs.

His villain form is "Copycat", an exact copy of Cat Noir.

Simon Grimault

Simon Grimault (voiced by Ezra Weisz in the English dub and Franck Tordjman in the French version) is a hypnotist who utilizes cards.

His villain form is "Simon Says", who can hypnotize people into adopting the traits of the objects that appear on his cards.

Manon Chamack

Manon Chamack (voiced by Stephanie Sheh in the English dub[122][123][non-primary source needed], Miyuki Kobori in the Japanese dub and Marie Nonnenmacher in the French version) is a little girl that Marinette occasionally babysits, and Nadja's daughter. She is depicted as being quite bratty and usually causes trouble for Marinette while she babysits her.

Her villain form is "The Puppeteer", who can control the people her dolls are based on. In one episode, she is given the ability to animate the wax statues at the Musée Grevin.

Nadja Chamack

Nadja Chamack (voiced by Sabrina Weisz in the English dub and Jessie Lambotte in the French version) is a TVi news reporter and Manon's mother. Her catchphrase is "Don't be bemused, it's just the news".

Her villain form is "Prime Queen", who can teleport through digital screens.

Roger Raincomprix

Roger Raincomprix (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith in the English dub, Shinnosuke Ogami in the Japanese dub and Martial Le Minoux in the French version)[35] is a police officer and Sabrina's father.

His villain form is "Rogercop", a cyborg police officer who can force people to enact whatever "sentences" he orders.

Jalil Kubdel

Jalil Kubdel (voiced by Vic Mignogna in the English dub and by Franck Tordjman in the French version) is Alix's older brother. He is a young historian and presumably works at the Louvre alongside his father Alim.

His villain form is "The Pharaoh", who has powers related to the Egyptian gods.

Xavier Ramier

Xavier Ramier (voiced by Todd Haberkorn in the English dub[124] and by Franck Tordjman in the French dub) is a man who loves pigeons, to the point of acting like them. He is known for feeding pigeons in parks despite it being illegal, earning him the ire of Officer Raincomprix and other people.

His villain form is "Mr. Pigeon", who can control massive flocks of pigeons. He later gains the ability to turn people into pigeons. A running gag establishes that he is constantly akumatized due to the mistreatment of pigeons in Paris. Before he receives his Magical Charm, he has become Mr. Pigeon seventy-two times. Alongside Hawk Moth and The Mime, Mr. Pigeon is one of the first villains to be created for the series, appearing in the animated test short "Ladybug PV".

Otis Césaire

Otis Césaire (voiced by Paul St. Peter in the English dub and by Éric Peter in the French version) is the zookeeper at the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes and the father of Alya.

His villain form is "Animan", who can transform into any animal, either living or extinct.

Marlena Césaire

Marlena Césaire (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald in the English dub and by Céline Melloul in the French version) is the head chef of Le Grand Paris' restaurant and the mother of Alya.

Nora Césaire

Nora Césaire (voiced by Laila Berzins in the English dub and by Nathalie Homs in the French version) is a kickboxer who is the older sister of Alya.

Her villain form is "Anansi", a spider-like villain who has six arms and can shoot spider webs.

Ella and Etta Césaire

Ella & Etta Cesaire (both voiced by Cherami Leigh in the English dub and by Marie Nonnenmacher and Jessie Lambotte in the French version) are the younger twin sisters of Alya Césaire, who are both often causing chaos and mayhem.

Their villain form is "Sapotis", a pair of gremlins who multiply whenever they eat.

Mr. Banana

Mr. Banana (voiced by Bryce Papenbrook in the English dub of "Kwamibuster" and "Party Crasher", Ezra Weisz in the English dub of Season 4) is a mascot in Paris who resembles a banana with yellow and green skin-tight leggings and yellow crocks. The person who wears the costume is unknown and his catchphrase is "Stay peachy".

Wang Cheng

Wang Cheng (voiced by Todd Haberkorn in the English dub and by Bing Yin in the French version) is Marinette's maternal great-uncle and Sabine's childhood guardian. He is a world-renowned chef, owning a popular restaurant in Shanghai, and is known for improvising a new ingredient with every dish.

His villain form is "Kung Food", a chef who can summon food-themed weapons from his bag.

Wayhem

Wayhem (voiced by Chris Hackney in the English dub and by Tony Marot in the French version) is a teenager living in Paris. He is an obsessive fan of Adrien, although eventually he tones his behavior down and becomes more friendly to him.

His villain form is "Party Crasher", who can trap anyone in his disco balls and predict his opponents' movements.

Gina Dupain

Gina Dupain (voiced by Reba Buhr in the English dub, Kazue Ikura in the Japanese dub and by Marie Chevalot in the French version) is Marinette's grandmother from Tom's side of the family. She is adventurous and free-spirited, having apparently travelled the world prior to the series. She is wearing a T-shirt with a print that is an allusion to The Dark Side of the Moon musical album by Pink Floyd.

Her villain form is "Befana"; based on the Italian folkloric figure, she has a flying motorcycle and the ability to turn people into coal statues or fairy servants. She has also teamed up with Qilin, Weredad, and Bakerix.

Rolland Dupain

Rolland Dupain (voiced by Paul St. Peter in the English dub and by Martial Le Minoux in the French version) is Marinette's estranged grandfather from Tom's side of the family. Like his son, he is a skilled baker and is obsessed with tradition, often proclaiming "That's not how it's done!" whenever seeing something untraditional. As such, he had a falling out with his son when he married Sabine, but eventually comes around and reunites with his family with help from Marinette.

His main villain form is "Bakerix", a bread-themed Gaul who can grow by drinking yeast, who has teamed up with Qilin, Weredad, and Befana. He has also become "Simpleman", who can make people think and act like children.

André

André (voiced by Ezra Weisz in the English dub and Philippe Roullier in the French version) is a friendly ice cream vendor, claiming that his ice cream can make any couple who eats it fall in love forever. He was a former office worker.

His villain form is "Glaciator", a giant snowman made of ice cream who can turn people into ice cream.

August

August (voiced by Grant George in the English dub and Caroline Combes in the French version) is a baby boy who just wants a lollipop, but isn't allowed to by his mother because he's too young.

His villain form is "Gigantitan", a giant version of himself.

Ondine

Ondine (voiced by Erika Harlacher in the English dub, Yukiko Aruga in the Japanese dub and Clara Soares in the French version) is a swimming student, often seen at the pool alongside Lê Chiến Kim. She is shown to have a crush on Kim, despite his obliviousness to it the two eventually begin a relationship.

Her villain form is "Syren", a mermaid who floods Paris.

Anarka Couffaine

Anarka Couffaine (voiced by Laura Préjean in the French version) is the mother of Juleka and Luka who lives on a houseboat called The Liberty.

Her villain form is "Captain Hardrock", a pirate whose houseboat becomes a living pirate ship with weapons. While her ship was originally confined to the water, it later gains the ability to fly.

Philippe

Philippe (voiced by Joe Fria in the English dub and Philippe Candeloro in the French version) is a talented figure skating trainer who runs an ice rink in Paris. He is based on and named after his French voice actor, the real-life figure skater Philippe Candeloro; he claims his three daughters are named Luna, Maya, and Thalia, who are Candeloro's own daughters in real life.

His villain form is "Frozer", an ice skater who can produce ice from his ice skates.

Marianne Lenoir

Marianne Lenoir (voiced by Barbara Goodson in the English dub and Virginie Ledieu in the French version) is an old companion and lover of Master Fu, whom he parted ways with during World War II. She is eventually able to reunite with him, although they decide to remain apart after Hawk Moth learns of their association.

Her villain form is the clock-like "Backwarder" who can make people perform their actions in reverse.

Thomas Astruc

Thomas Astruc (voiced by Jason Marnocha in the English version[125] and Thomas Astruc in the French version) is a movie director responsible for directing the in-universe animated film Les aventures de Ladybug & Chat Noir. He is based upon the real Thomas Astruc, who created the series.

His villain form is "Animaestro", who can transform into any animated character imaginable.

Chris Lahiffe

Chris Lahiffe (voiced by Alejandro Saab in the English dub) is the younger brother of Nino.

His villain form is "Christmaster", who can control giant, living toys. In the future, he will be turned into "Timetagger", with the power to send people through time. The future Hawk Moth - who isn't Gabriel - will use him to obtain the heroes' Miraculouses before they become adults.

Claudie Kanté

Claudie Kanté (voiced by Laura Préjean in the French version) is Max's mother. She is the conductor of the Startrain, although has ambitions to become an astronaut, which she eventually succeeds in.

Her villain form is "Startrain", the conductor of a space-faring train who can manipulate all of its systems. She is the first and so far the only villain to act entirely to her own accord.

Tomoe Tsurugi

Tomoe Tsurugi (voiced by Minae Noji in the English dub and Frédérique Marlot in the French version) is Kagami's overprotective mother and a world renowned fencer. She is business partners and friends with Gabriel Agreste, and like him, is very strict with her daughter, although occasionally allows her more freedom. She is the only character in the series to be blind,[126] and is seen wearing black sunglasses and using a kendo sword as a walking stick, while using self-driving voice activated car. In season 5, she enters a partnership with Gabriel to create Alliance rings that allows Monarch to channel the power of the Miraculous to those villains wearing them and she was its first test subject.

Her villain form is "Ikari Gozen", a giant samurai-armored centaur fused with her car who wields a giant bokken and the ability to trap people inside her stomach.

Amelie Graham de Vanily

Amelie Graham de Vanily (voiced by Jeanne Chartier in French version) is the mother of Felix, Emilie's sister and Adrien's aunt. Unlike his son who has become bitter with the Agrestes, Amelie is kind and friendly with them, however she has tried to convice Gabriel to give her the Graham twin rings back, which are family heirlooms used as wedding rings for Emilie and Gabriel. After Felix stole Gabriel's ring, she believed that Gabriel gave it back.

Su-Han

Grand Master Su-Han (voiced by Kaiji Tang in the English dub and by Gauthier Battoue in the French version) is the leader of the Order of Guardians,[127] Master Fu's former teacher, and the former protector of the Chinese Miracle Box (which he calls the "Mother Box"). He and the rest of the Guardians were trapped by Fu's sentimonster prior to the series, but after they were freed, he travels to Paris to recover the Miracle Box. He follows a strict code of rules and, like all Guardians, is trained in a special martial art called "Mirakung Fu" designed to combat rogue Miraculous holders.

When he meets Marinette, he at first believes she is unable to be a Guardian, but later approves of her service. He also decides to stay in Paris to learn about the modern world.

Harry Clown

Harry Clown (voiced by Franck Dubosc in the French version) is a comedian who is known for wearing a clown nose. His design is based on French comedian Franck Dubosc.

His villain form is "Psycomedian", a jester who can force people to feel particular emotions.

Froggy

Froggy (voiced by Mela Lee in the English dub) is a young boy who likes frogs.

His villain form is "Risk", a frog-themed villain who can make people more reckless.

SentimonstersEdit

A Sentimonster is a living being that can be manifested from someone's emotions by using the power of the Peacock Miraculous when its wielder turns a feather into an amok. They can have any form and abilities the wielder imagines. If a Sentimonster gets ahold of its amok, it will get their own free will. They can also be akumatized. The sentimonsters can be destroyed by either destroying the amokized object or at will by the wielder of the Peacock quoting "I release you from your existence".

Notable sentimonsters include:

  • A giant butterfly sentimonster created twice by Mayura.
  • Reflekdoll - A sentimonster of Reflekta that can turn people into copies of her.
  • Lollipop Boy - A recurring sentimonster made up of giant lollipops.
  • Master Fu's sentimonster which was petrified and became an exhibit at the Louvre. Hawk Moth named it Feast after akumatizing it.
  • Sentimonster copies of Ladybug, Gabriel, Alec, Nino, and the Bubbler. They are voiced by their respective voice actors.
  • Light Eye - Truth's Sentimonster that freezes his victims in place.
  • Banana Boom-Boom - Queen Banana's gorilla/banana sentimonster that turns people into bananas.
  • Mega Leech - Malediktator's Sentimonster that splits him into tiny clones.
  • Guiltrip - Another Sentimonster of Reflekta that amplifies people's guilt.
  • Optigami - A spy camera sentimonster that Gabriel and Nathalie use to track the heroes.
  • Hack-San - A flash drive with a computer virus that was used to hack Markov.
  • Kuro Neko (voiced by Deneen Melody in the English dub) - A giant cat themed piggy bank given to a young girl named Rythm whose cat was missing.
  • Strikeback - An armored giant that's almost as a tall as the Eiffel Tower. It is capable of copying any power used against it.

Appearing in Miraculous WorldEdit

The following characters appear in the Miraculous World films:

New YorkEdit

United Heroez

The United Heroez are a superhero team that are based in New York City. They appear in the Miraculous New York special.

Olympia Hill / Majestia

Olympia Hill a.k.a. Majestia (voiced by Anairis Quiñones in the English dub) is the leader of the United Heroez. She is kind and compassionate, and one of the most powerful heroes in the United States, possessing unrivaled strength, invulnerability, and flight. She is the creator and mother of Uncanny Valley, and is engaged in a relationship with Barbara Keynes/Knightowl.[128]

She has a sister named Ignoblia who will be a future enemy of Ladybug and Cat Noir.

She is described by Thomas Astruc as a "fusion between Superman and Wonder Woman",[129] and her design resembles the likes of Power Girl, Supergirl and Carol Danvers.

Barbara Keynes / Knightowl

Barbara Keynes, a.k.a. Knightowl (voiced by Anairis Quiñones when unmasked in the English dub, Imari Williams when masked in the English dub) is an owl-themed superhero and a member of the United Heroez. She is very strict and follows a tight code of ethics, growing frustrated with anyone who breaks her rules or doesn't appear to take superheroics seriously, like Ladybug and Cat Noir, and even her daughter, Jessica Keynes/Sparrow. Even so, she is able to respect those that prove themselves, allowing Sparrow to have more independence when she becomes Eagle. She is engaged in a relationship with Olympia Hill/Majestia.[128]

As revealed towards the end of the special, Barbara is actually the latest incarnation of Knightowl, as the mantle has been passed down for generations (it is implied that she was the Sparrow for the previous Knightowl), and as such disguises her gender while in-costume. Her costume and demeanor is presumably based upon Batman, while her civilian design is modeled off of Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Ladybug's English voice actor Cristina Vee.[130]

Jessica Keynes / Sparrow / Eagle

Jessica Keynes a.k.a. Sparrow (voiced by Jaimi Gray as Jessica in the English dub, Scott Whyte when masked in the English dub) is the daughter of Knightowl. She is Knightowl's sidekick, although desires to be treated as a proper heroine. After receiving the Eagle Miraculous, she transforms into the superhero Eagle. Her weapon is a Bullroarer and her special power "Liberation" allows her to free anyone from their self-imposed limitations.

Prior to her official debut, a different version of Sparrow was originally conceived as a member of the Quantic Kids, a team of teenage superheroes that Ladybug and Cat Noir were a part of in the early production of the series, although the entire concept was ultimately disregarded.[131] Like how Knightowl is presumably based upon Batman, Sparrow is presumably based upon Batman's sidekick, Robin; specifically, the Dick Grayson incarnation and Eagle is based on Robin's independent superhero persona Nightwing.

Aeon / Uncanny Valley

Aeon a.k.a. Uncanny Valley (voiced by Kimberly Woods in the English dub) is an android superhero that appears in Miraculous New York. She is the creation of Majestia and best friend of Jessica Keynes, who is able to fly, fire lasers, and hack into technology.

Camilla Hombee / Victory

Camilla Hombee a.k.a. Victory (voiced by Laura Stahl in the English dub) is the President of the United States and a patriotic superhero who is also a member of the United Heroez. She wields a shield, and has access to numerous military weapons hidden across New York City.

Her design and use of a shield is presumably based upon Captain America. Her full name is an anagram of Michelle Obama.[132]

Dean Gate / Doorman

Dean Gate a.k.a. Doorman (voiced by Alejandro Saab in the English dub) is a superhero who is a member of the United Heroez. He possesses the ability to turn any door into a portal that would connect any location in the world. In his civilian identity, Dean Gate is a professor at Armstrong High School.

Other United Heroez members

Background members of the United Heroez include:

  • Snowflake
  • Hurricane
  • Mercury
  • Sting
  • Thorn
  • Agent Red
  • Agent Blue
  • Agent Yellow

Mike Rochip / Techno-Pirate / Techlonizer / Miraclonizer

Mike Rochip a.k.a. Techno-Pirate (voiced by Kellen Goff in the English dub) is a supervillain that appears in Miraculous New York. He is obsessed with stealing technology, and has superhuman strength and technopathic abilities.

His akumatized form is "Techlonizer", who can shut down technology and use its abilities for himself. He later uses the Eagle Miraculous to become "Miraclonizer", able to fly and use its power of Liberation on the United Heroez.

Monk

The unnamed Native American monk (voiced by Grant George in the English dub) is a member of the Order of the Guardians that appeared in Miraculous New York as the guardian of the Native American Miraculous Box. He briefly appears at the end of the special to confront Eagle and Uncanny Valley and reclaim the Eagle Miraculous, but is instead convinced to stay in New York and create a new generation of heroes.

ShanghaiEdit

Fei Wu / Lady Dragon

Fei Wu (voiced by Xanthe Huynh in the English dub and Ami Naito in the Japanese dub) is a young martial artist who appears in Miraculous Shanghai. She is the adoptive daughter of Wu Shifu, learning kung fu and values under him in order to become the Guardian of the Sacred Cave. After Shifu is killed and the bracelet that he entrusted Fei with stolen, Fei becomes a thief to pay Cash for information on her father's killer. After meeting Marinette, she renounces this lifestyle.

After claiming the Prodigious jewel Shifu was protecting, she transforms into Ladydragon, gaining the ability to see creatures called Renlings, and transform into different animals if she possesses the values they represent. Her transformations include Lady Bear (calmness), Lady Mantis (patience), Lady Snake (courage), Lady Monkey (compassion), Lady Eagle (confidence), Lady Horse (honor), Lady Tiger (discipline), and finally her dragon form (justice). After defeating Cash, Fei moves in with Wang Cheng.

Lady Dragon is set to return in her own TV series.[133]

Renlings

The Renlings are sprite-like beings that appear in Miraculous Shanghai. They are "cousins" to the Kwamis[134] and represent human values. They grant whoever wields the Prodigious the ability to transform into the animals they resemble as long as they possess the values they represent.

They consist of the dragon-like Long Long (voiced by Christopher Corey Smith in the English dub) represents Justice, the bear-like Xiong Xiong (voiced by Sabrina Weisz in the English dub) represents Calmness, the mantis-like Tang Tang (voiced by Mela Lee in the English dub) represents Patience, the snake-like She She (voiced by Carrie Keranen in the English dub) represents Courage, the eagle-like Ying Ying represents Confidence, the monkey-like Hou Hou (voiced by Brook Chalmers in the English dub) represents Compassion, the horse-like Ma Ma represents Honor, and the tiger-like Hu Hu represents Discipline.

Mei Shi

Mei Shi (voiced by Mark Chen in the English dub) is the lion-like protector of the Prodigious who appears in Miraculous Shanghai. Initially, he appears as a humanoid lion-like statue, judging whoever claims the Prodigious of their worthiness. Later, he assumes his true form of a small kwami-like creature and begins accompanying Ladydragon.

His akumatized form is "YanLuoShi", who has titanic size and the ability to destroy anything with his lasers.

Cash

Cash (voiced by Caleb Yen in the English dub and Tetsuya Oka in the Japanese dub) is a greedy crime boss who owns a pawn shop in Shanghai. He briefly appears in Miraculous New York and officially debuts in Miraculous Shanghai. Prior to the events of the special, he was responsible for the death of Wu Shifu, the destruction of his school, and stealing Fei's bracelet, which he subsequently sold to Nathalie on behalf of Gabriel. He later has Fei steal for him in return for information about her father's killer. However, Fei eventually leaves him when he tries to make Marinette buy back her own things at his shop. As Ladydragon, she decides to bring Cash to justice.

His akumatized form is "King Cash", a towering man whose hand fan can slice anything with its silver blades and is implied to turn things into gold with its golden blade.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Webisode: Adrien's Double Life". Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir (Webisodes). Episode 5. 2 February 2016. Event occurs at 00:25. Nickelodeon. Archived from the original on 31 January 2016. Retrieved 10 March 2016. [Adrien] Actually, I mostly do it [modeling] to make my father happy. Ever since Mom disappeared, he hasn't been the same. Alt URL
  2. ^ "Stormy Weather". Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.
  3. ^ "Dark Cupid". Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir.
  4. ^ "The Pharaoh". Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir. Season 1. Episode 6. 3 January 2016. Event occurs at 20:28. Nickelodeon. I'm older than [5,000 years old]. I'm the Kwami that's watched over every Ladybug since the very beginning! Tikki is a crimson creature that is 4 inches tall. She has blue eyes, and resembles a ladybug, with two antennae, large black spots on her forehead and cheeks, and a short tail with three tips aligned vertically. Tikki is calm and collected[1], while being optimistic, loving, kind, and encouraging.
  5. ^ "Animan". Miraculous: Les Aventures de Ladybug et Chat Noir. Season 1. Episode 16 (in French). 24 January 2016. Event occurs at 20:15. TF1.
  6. ^ in "Optigami"
  7. ^ Kim's monkey-themed superhero was based on Monkey King in Journey to the West.

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  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Love Compass. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Matthieu Choquet, Melanie Duval, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Fred Lenoir, Jean-Remi Perrin, Cheryl Black, Nicole D'Andria and Bryan Seaton. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2019. ISBN 1-63229-459-1
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Tear of Joy. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Wilfried Pain, Melanie Duval, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Fred Lenoir, Nicole D'Andria and Cheryl Black. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2019. ISBN 1-63229-480-X
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Heroes' Day. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Matthieu Choquet, Fred Lenoir, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Nicole D'Andria, Bryan Seaton, Cheryl Black and Brian Hess. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2020. ISBN 1-63229-521-0
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Queen's Battle. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Melanie Duval, Fred Lenoir, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Nicole D'Andria and Cheryl Black. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2020. ISBN 1-63229-520-2
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Bugheads. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Fred Lenoir, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Nicole D'Andria and Cheryl Black. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2020. ISBN 1-63229-516-4
  • Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Season Two – Skating on Thin Ice. Authored by Jeremy Zag, Thomas Astruc, Fred Lenoir, Melanie Duval, Sebastien Thibaudeau, Nicole D'Andria and Cheryl Black. Published by Action Lab Entertainment, Inc., 2020. ISBN 1-63229-517-2

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