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Micazoyolin was muscular, and he had long black hair. Over his upper face, he had red face paint with a black bottom underline and three black dots on each cheek below. Red paint was also on his lower arms, and his body and upper arms were painted with black spots. He wore a headdress with a golden headband that had engraved details, red feathers that had black spots, green leaves, and ladybug stones/jewels on the band over each ear. His cape was dark red with black spots with golden edges. Underneath, there was a black garment that included a thin yellow stripe, a thin red stripe, and small green leaves on the edges. He also wore a thin golden armband on each upper arm, a thick golden wristband on each wrist, and a red skirt-like loincloth, which he wrapped and tied the yo-yo over.
If this past Ladybug Miraculous holder had the same powers as the current Ladybug (Marinette), he had enhanced abilities and the superpowers Lucky Charm and Miraculous Ladybug. He also had the yo-yo for a weapon.
- Feri González revealed the character as her seventh Inktober drawing, noting that he was created by Thomas Astruc.
- He is not the only known person of Mexican origin to wield the Ladybug Miraculous, preceding La Mariquita.
- Micazoyolin's name comes from the Nahuatl word for "ladybug."
- Micazoyolin, unlike most Ladybug Miraculous holders, was male, not female.
- He was succeeded by Mister Bug who used the Ladybug Miraculous temporarily.