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Strikeback, you will wreak havoc throughout Paris! Thanks to you, I am certain that Ladybug will finally make a mistake!

Shadow Moth to Strikeback, "Risk"

Amokization is the special superpower granted by the Peacock Miraculous to its owner.


The superpower allows the user to grant a willing target the ability to manifest a Sentimonster,[1] a monstrous creature born from one's emotions.

Miraculous owner

Mayura creates an Amok.

The Peacock Miraculous holder takes a feather from the Hand Fan and charges it with magical power, turning it into an Amok,[2] which is then sent out to possess an object belonging to its target.

Mayura communicates with her target.

Upon making contact with the object, the Amok disappears into it and a telepathic connection is established between the recipient and the Miraculous owner. After the target accepts the Miraculous owners offer, the power is activated and the Peacock Miraculous owner manifests a Sentimonster from the target's emotions via a magical dark-blue ether.

The Sentimonster will obey whomever is in possession of the object containing their Amok, and will possess an appearance and powers that correspond to the needs, desires, and abilities of the Amok recipient, allowing them to best serve and support their master. If the object containing the amok is broken, the Sentimonster will disappear.

Mayura destroying Ladybug Sentimonster.

The user of the Peacock Miraculous can revoke the Amok, thus destroying the Sentimonster. The Peacock Miraculous owner simply needs to snap their fingers. This option was likely included incase a Sentimonster ever went out of control from being Cataclysmed, getting ahold of the Amoktized object, thus gaining it's freedom, or someone abuses the Sentimonster's power.

The Peacock Miraculous owner is limited to only one Amok to manifest only one Sentimonster at a time. However, an additional Sentimonster can be created if the Peacock Miraculous is used by a different holder,[3] or if the user creates a sentimonster with the ability to duplicate Amoks.[4]


The effects of Duusu's Amokization is unknown, but it would most certainly be unconstrained and results in some kind of catastrophe.

Amokized Sentimonsters

For a complete list of Amokization uses, see Sentimonster.

Sentimonsters aren't only magical embodiments of emotions, but actual living beings that are controlled by the one who possesses the object containing their Amok. If the Sentimonster gets ahold of the Amoktized object, then they become able to act of their own free will. The more elaborate they are, the more sapient they become, with an example being the Ladybug, who, once she got her freedom, decided to help the real Ladybug and Cat Noir defeat Mayura.

Sentimonsters can come in a very wide variety in terms of physical appearance and abilities. They can take the form of animals, anthropomorphic objects, even incredibly realistic lookalikes of real people, and much more. They can range in size from gigantic, bigger than buildings, to tiny, small enough to fit in the palm of ones hand.

Sentimonsters can become dormant for centuries, and only a Peacock Miraculous owner has the power to revive or finally destroy a dormant Sentimonster.

Cataclysm being used on a Sentimonster.

A Sentimonster cannot be destroyed by the Cataclysm, but it can be severely damaged. Another effect is that the Sentimonster gets out of control and goes berserk. The Amok can still be retrieved by the wielder if this happens, though.

In order to defeat a Sentimonster without the Peacock Miraculous, the object containing the Amok must be broken, releasing the Amok and causing the Sentimonster to disappear. The Ladybug Miraculous owner must purify the Amok in the same way they purify Akumas.





  • The name Sentimonster is a portmanteau of "sentiment", a synonym for feelings, and "monster", hinting towards the fact that Sentimonsters are monsters formed by emotions.
  • The Peacock and Butterfly Miraculouses have rather similar powers.
    • Both allows the user to charge small things with magic to infect objects of specific people and telepathic communication with them.
    • They are also the only two known superpowers which the user does not need to say the superpower's name to activate it.
    • Interestingly, both Miraculouses take the form of brooches, which may cast light on the fact that they have such similar powers.
    • They are also both currently used for evil purposes.
    • However, the Butterfly Miraculous's power of Akumatization cannot be used on the wielder (unless they renounce it), unlike the Peacock.
    • Unlike Akumatization, however, Amokization can infect an object that's been destroyed, although it is still possible to damage it further to release the Amok.
      • Also, unlike Akumatization, the Sentimonster can only be controlled by the one who possesses the object containing the Amok, while the power to control Akumatized champions belongs to the Butterfly Miraculous owner.
      • And that one amok can't be shared among multiple sentimonsters the same way an akuma can be shared among multiple champions.
    • Just like the Butterfly Miraculous owner can create heroes as well as villains, the Peacock Miraculous owner can manifest good and evil Sentimonsters. The good users of the Peacock Miraculous ability to revoke is most likely used it as a last resort (as an act of mercy) to stop their creations from being used so cruelly.
    • Just like Akumatized villains can turn against the Butterfly Miraculous owner, Sentimonsters can turn against the Peacock Miraculous owner or the one that was controlling them, as long they acquire the object containing their Amok.
  • Because Sentimonsters are living emotions manifested into solid form, they can also be Akumatized, as seen in "Feast". As such, Amokization can fuse itself with Akumatization to create a hybrid mask.
    • Nathalie said that the Sentimonster was ancient and old expressing doubt that she'd be able to control it meaning that depending on how strong a Sentimonster is and the level of experience their creator or new controller has the Peacock Miraculous holder could have a hard time controlling it at least not without help.
  • A Sentimonster is supposed to represent the emotions and desires of the Amokized person.
    • For example, despite the fact that Master Fu manifested the Dormant Sentimonster to just get him some food, his immense hunger and hatred for the Miraculous caused the Sentimonster to become extremely violent and it attempted to swallow all of the Miraculous.
    • Another example is when Mayura manifested Ladybug. Despite the fact that she created the Sentimonster to deceive and fight the real Ladybug and Cat Noir, her dedication and love for Gabriel made the Sentimonster have a very non-violent disposition, and when it got possession of its own Amokized object it decided to help Ladybug and Cat Noir.
  • Similar to how Rena Rouge and Volpina can communicate through their illusions, the Peacock Miraculous holders can communicate through their Sentimonsters.
  • According to an official book of ambiguous canon, the Peacock's superpower is actually named Avatar.
    • This is likely untrue, as the book is filled with mistakes.
  • "Feast" and "Optigami" reveal that multiple Amoks can be created/exist at the same time, but only one can be created per owner. Optigami and Sentialec were able to exist at the same time as the former was created by Mayura and the latter by Shadow Moth. Though Shadow Moth dispelled Sentialec in order to create Sentinino.
    • An Ancient Chinese Peacock Miraculous holder is shown in the Miraculous spellbook in an illustration surrounded by multiple Sentimonsters, implying that it is possible to create more than one at any time.
  • Since Sentimonsters are real creatures, which can also become real persons depending on the feeling through which they were created, Amokization can be regarded as one of the most powerful superpowers, as the Peacock Miraculous holder can actually create life.
    • Further supporting this is the fact that Amokization can create replicas of the Miraculous jewelry and tools that function almost identically to the real ones, provided the Sentimonster is modeled on a known Miraculous holder.
      • In "Ladybug", Ladybug found that the superpower of the Peacock Miraculous can be even more cruel than that of the Butterfly Miraculous when used for evil. This is correct because removing the Amok actually results in the Sentimonster being killed which, depending on the complexity of its construction, technically counts as murder.
      • But since sentimonsters don't abide by any set of physical laws or rules as it is suppose to be for real live humans it's technically not illegal for a sentimonster to be killed.
  • Similarly to Akumatization, the victim doesn't have to hold the amokized object when being amokized, as long as they have a connection with it, as seen in "Mayura" and "Gabriel Agreste".


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