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It's beautiful... and amazing... It's... Miraculous!

Ladybug, "Stoneheart"

The Miraculous Ladybug is a secondary special superpower of the Ladybug Miraculous.


This superpower allows the user to undo all the damaged caused by a crisis.

The Miraculous Ladybug in "Stormy Weather".

After the crisis has been resolved, the Ladybug Miraculous owner throws the Lucky Charm object they previously summoned into the air and yells "Miraculous" followed by their superhero name. This generates an explosion of pink energy that transforms into a massive swarm of ladybugs that fly around the damaged area and fix any and all damage done since the crisis began. This includes healing those who were hurt, fixing broken items whose destruction is what caused the crisis in the first, undoing the effects of what the villain has done, any damage caused by the heroes themselves, and even repairing anomalies in the space-time continuum, such as by combining past and future selves back into a single being.

Besides fixing the damage of the past, with the help of Rabbit Miraculous superpower, Burrow, it can also fix the damage done in the future.

If Ladybug can't use her Lucky Charm object or doesn't have one, she can use her yo-yo to invoke it. While using Lucky Charm causes her to start losing power, using Miraculous Ladybug does not, it being an optional power she can use before she detransforms.

There are some conditions, however, that are not subject to the restoration power:

  • The magic ladybugs cannot retrieve lost Miraculouses.
    • However, the magic ladybugs can fix damaged Miraculouses.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot restore a Sentimonster whose Amok has been released.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot revert anything on a mental and/or emotional state, unless the change in mind and/or emotion was directly caused by the crisis, such as it being done by an akumatized villains powers.
  • The magic ladybugs can't heal those that were damaged by the jewels alone unless they were attacked directly by jewel's powers.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot restore anything that has nothing to do with the recently solved crisis and they can only go as far as the damage range the akumatized champions or sentimonster have caused.
    • Furthermore, if there are two simultaneous but unrelated crises, a Sentimonster and an akumatized villain that have nothing to do with each other for example, the magic ladybugs would only be able to repair the damage of one crisis, the one the heroes were focusing on. The Ladybug Miraculous holder would need to use the power a second time to repair the damage from the other crisis.
      • The same as the Lucky Charm, it seems this weakness can be broken when the holder retransforms, gets older or when two people or more are akumatized together.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot revive deceased people.
    • However, they can revive people that were on the receiving end of lethal attacks during the recent crisis. This includes anything that would cause them to have been erased from existence.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot restore a former guardian's memories when they pass their role, due to the Guardian's Code.
  • The magic ladybugs can only fix disasters that are caused by the miraculous holders, kwamis, and the akumatized or amokized champions.
  • The magic ladybugs cannot fix anything that's broken before an akumatized or amokized champion shows up.



Comics and books



  • In the Korean version, the Miraculous Ladybug power is called "Mystical Healing Power."
  • Only the holder of the Ladybug Miraculous can use the power. In "Reflekdoll" when Mister Bug uses it, it's called "Miraculous Mister Bug". In "Hack-San", when Scarabella uses it, it's called "Miraculous Scarabella".
  • When Miraculous Ladybug comes out of the Lucky Charm object, it makes the shape of the Wheel of Life.
  • The power of Miraculous Ladybug is limited to the time of the appearance of the akumatized villain but can even revert death within that time.[1]
    • In "Troublemaker", though, it is used after the titular villain has detransformed.
  • Interestingly, in "Dark Cupid", when the Miraculous Ladybug was used, it did not restore Chloé's autographed poster of Adrien after Sabrina, who had been turned hateful by the titular villains power, had drawn graffiti all over it.
  • In "Weredad" after the battle with Gigantitan, the power is used without the summoned Lucky Charm.
  • In "Miraculer", Ladybug uses the power after the battle with the Lollipop Sentimonster, even though she didn't even use the Lucky Charm to defeat the Sentimonster.
  • To summon Miraculous Ladybug, Ladybug always throws the object summoned by Lucky Charm into the air, even when it should have been impossible for her to retrieve it, as with:
    • The coin used in the vending machine in "Mr. Pigeon".
    • The spoon that is suspending Théo in "Copycat".
    • The non-microwaveable frozen meal that was in the hotel kitchen's destroyed microwave in "Lady Wifi".
    • The bouncy ball lost in Chloé's room in "The Evillustrator".
    • The windup toy in Darkblade's armor in the episode of the same name.
    • The car jack in Animan's mouth in the episode of the same name.
    • The plastic tubing holding Oni-Chan to the pole in the episode with the same name.
    • The motorcycle helmet that she crushed and left behind during the final confrontation with Psycomedian.
  • Ladybug doesn't utilize Miraculous Ladybug before she detransforms in some cases after using Lucky Charm:
  • In "Simon Says", Ladybug uses it after Hawk Moth's final scene and before she captures and frees the akuma because she needs to fix her broken yo-yo.
    • She also uses it before capturing the akuma in "Pixelator", because she needs her arm and leg to be healed before she can use her yo-yo.
    • In "The Collector", she uses it to bring her yo-yo back from the Collector's book in order to capture the akuma with it.
    • In "Frightningale", Ladybug does this to break Frightningale's spell on her so she can capture the akuma.
    • In "Reverser", she does this to break Reverser's spell on her so she can capture the akuma.
    • In "Sandboy", she does this to break Sandboy's effect on her.
    • In "Gamer 2.0", she does this to free everyone Gamer held captive.
    • In "Startrain", she does this to get the train and everyone in it to the train station in London before she releases the purified akuma.
  • Ladybug doesn't use Miraculous Ladybug in "Ladybug & Cat Noir" and "Catalyst".
  • Since the lucky charm can be summoned with just a simple word, it's likely the restoration power works the same.
    • It's currently unknown if Tikki can summon this power.


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  1. November 2015 per Thomas Astruc in https://twitter.com/thomas_astruc/status/666886344602423296
    Kartos: @Thomas_Astruc can Ladybug revert or heal injuries and death inflicted by akumas with her "fixing" power?
    Astruc: @Kartos Anything
    Kartos: @Thomas_Astruc :O I'm assuming the amount of time she can go back to "undo" is very limited?
    Astruc: @Kartos limited to the apparition of the akumatized villain.

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