|This article is about Nino's brother. You may be looking for another Chris.|
Chris Lahiffe is Nino's little brother, with whom Nino has a close bond. In "Christmaster", after he begins to want Christmas to arrive immediately so that he can receive his gift, he is akumatized by Hawk Moth into Christmaster, a Christmas elf-themed supervillain.
Chris has light auburn hair, light brown eyes, and a light brown skin tone.
Chris wears a light olive green shirt layered with a blue plaid flannel one. He also wears a pair of black frame glasses.
He has white skin and red eyes and has a black and red jester-like Santa Claus hat and jester boots.
As TimetaggerTimetagger has periwinkle skin, navy hair, and bright green eyes. Covering his eyes are green shades. He wears a black hoodie with sky blue edges, the hood over his head, and black sweatpants. Under the hood is a neon yellow visor, and on the back of the hoodie is a symbol depicting a clock. Around his neck, he has a gas mask colored sky blue and neon yellow and a yellow chain necklace with a clock on it. He wears high-top shoes that are mainly black with yellow laces and have blue symbols on them.
Chris is small and funny. He considers himself a big boy, that's why he is capricious and rebellious when Marinette wants to play with him with toys, making him extremely hard to get along with. Despite having a lot of toys, he thinks dolls are for small children, and his toys are different. For this reason, he does not like to watch cartoons intended for younger people and protests when someone says he is too young to play certain games. However the boy is highly curious, hinted by how excited he is at the gifts that Marinette hides from him. He can be skeptical, but if someone doesn't admit to lying after he calls them out, he is quick to believe them. This is shown when he does not believe in the words of Marinette that she is Santa's elf, but believes it soon after calling her out, hoping that the girl will get the perfect gift for him. He hates the term love and thinks it's horrible, but he also knows how to be polite, greeting Ladybug while Cat Noir takes him away.
As Christmaster, he is very greedy and fond of his toys, and is willing to give up his akuma for them.
In “Christmaster”, Chris was being babysat by Marinette and gets annoyed when she suggests that he play with his toys rather than video games, insisting that he is a big boy. He notices that Marinette has several presents hidden in her room and asks about it, only for Marinette to lie and claim that she is one of Santa’s elves. He is upset with her when he learns the truth, though he quickly forgives her but is disgusted to learn that the presents she hid are for a boy.
Not much is known about Chris’ relationship with his brother, but Nino does care about him as he shows concern for Chris when he appears sad after being at Marinette’s house and later on when he is akumatized.
Wields a magic snow globe that, when a toy touches it, gives the toys life, increased size, and powers and abilities of Christmaster's choosing.
Seemingly his toys can have powers and/or abilities related to what the toy is based on. A toy dog has smelling abilities of a real dog, a toy catfish can swim through the air, and Ladybug and Cat Noir dolls have Lucky Charm and Cataclysm, respectively. The Ladybug and Cat Noir toys also can use their powers seemingly with no limit.
As TimetaggerWith his spray can gun, Timetagger can shoot a beam that sends anyone to a time period of his choosing, with his actions often altering history as a result, such as making Mr. Ramier a famous knight in the 15th century with a statue of him built outside the Louvre, ancient paintings of Jagged Stone and Nadja Chamack in the paintings and a stone image of Ancient Egypt about Mayor Bourgeois etc. When the beam he shoots does not hit a person, graffiti will appear on the object it hits instead, and he can use his powers to travel between the spots that he has sprayed in a manner that mimics teleportation.
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|2. "Animaestro":||Absent||?. "Desperada":||Absent|
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|7. "Silencer":||Absent||?. "Timetagger":||Appears|
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|9. "Miraculer":||Absent||?. "Cat Blanc":||Unknown|
|10. "Oblivio":||Absent||?. "Félix":||Unknown|
|11. "Party Crasher":||Absent||?. "Ladybug":||Absent|
|12. "Christmaster":||Appears||25. "Heart Hunter":||Absent|
|13. "The Puppeteer 2":||Absent||26. "Miracle Queen":||Absent|
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- The official Miraculous Ladybug Tumblr blog revealed that Nino's family was originally supposed to be revealed in Season 2.It was pushed to a future season for unknown reasons.
- Later, the writers revealed at an event that Nino has a younger relative named Chris.
- In the French version, Chris is named Noël.
- He is possibly friends with Manon Chamack.
- He is the first akumatized victim that willingly gives his akumatized object to Ladybug.
- He's the sixth child to be akumatized, following Manon Chamack, August, Ella and Etta Césaire and Unnamed boy.
- Additionally, Christmaster's powers are similar to the Puppeteer's, for they both bring toys to life with an akumatized object used to control them.
- He is the first known akumatized villain that was akumatized by the Future Butterfly Miraculous holder.
- Timetagger is the third akumatized villain to have time-related powers after Timebreaker and Backwarder.