ムベ Mube
Legends Arceus Beni.png
Screenshot from Legends: Arceus
Gender Male
Eye color Gray
Hair color White and green
Hometown Former unknown hometown (destroyed)
Jubilife Village
Region Hisui
Generation VIII
Games Legends: Arceus
Member of Galaxy Team
Rank Member

Beni (Japanese: ムベ Mube) is a member of the Galaxy Team who runs the Wallflower, the village canteen in Jubilife Village. He also serves as Kamado's right-hand man.

He bears a striking resemblance to Wally, but the relationship between them, if any, is unknown.

In the core series

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Beni immigrated to Hisui from an unspecified region, after he and Kamado's hometown was burned down by maddened Pokémon. Kamado and Beni then came to Hisui, where he opened up the Wallflower. His signature dish is potato mochi, made using Sootfoot Roots.

If the player talks to Beni at the Wallflower with any Sootfoot Roots in their satchel, Beni will offer to buy them from the player for  100 apiece.

During the game's climax, Beni obstructs the player at the Stone Portal, to the player's surprise. Using a Smoke Bomb, he changes into his ninja attire and challenges the player to battle. After being defeated, Beni acknowledges his respect for the player's skills, and asks them to bring Kamado to reason.

In the post-game, Beni can be battled at the Training Grounds by speaking to Ingo. He can be battled by himself or as part of the Galaxy Team's Path of Tenacity challenge.


First battle


Path of Tenacity

First clear

Second clear

Third clear

All Pokémon have effort level 3 in their stats.

Fourth clear

All Pokémon have effort level 5 in their stats.

Subsequent clears

All Pokémon have effort level 5 in their stats.


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Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Jubilife Village

"Well now, aren't you awfully suspicious?"
"The Wallflower's for Galaxy Team folk only. We don't have seats for outsiders. Move along!"
  • After passing trial
"Does the Survey Corps really have the leeway to be enjoying a leisurely meal with this outsider?"
"Your captain just ordered 10 whole portions of potato mochi, you know. The slow progress on that Pokédex of yours clearly has her on edge."
"Have you all heard the grave news? That frenzied Kleavor from the rumors... It ended up mauling some of our Galaxy folks who went out to investigate it this morning. The Medical Corps has had a hard time getting all the injured back on their feet..."
  • After defeating Noble Kleavor
"The whole village is gossiping up a storm about our young friend here, you know. He/She's got quite some luck to have come back unharmed after facing off against that Kleavor."
Inside Kamado's office
"<player>! We have a situation here!"
"Last I saw, she was at the Wallflower, polishing off a big ol' plate of potato mochi. Not that I blame her—my cooking is simply irresistible, after all."
Front Gate
"Found her by the scent of my mochi, did you? Of course you did. When you have my level of skill, your handiwork can be recognized from a mile away."
"Remember to be thankful for getting to eat such masterful mochi when you come for dinner later."
"But first, don't you owe Kamado a report? Your meal can wait."
"There you go. Piping-hot potato mochi, fresh from the stove."


Beni’s pose and expression when taking photos with the player in his ninja attire.


  • Beni is the creator of the Smoke Bomb, made using a Sootfoot Root, the main ingredient for his potato mochi.
  • Beni shares a couple similarities with Wally, whom he resembles greatly.
    • Like Wally, he uses both of Ralts's final evolutions, Gardevoir and Gallade, as well as Magnezone and Roserade.
    • The Wallflower canteen that Beni runs shares its name with Wally's English namesake.


Language Name Origin
Japanese ムベ Mube From 郁子 mube (Japanese Staunton vine)
English Beni From mube and the genus Stauntonia or 紅芋 beni-imo (purple sweet potato; ube)
German Mubeshi From his Japanese name and possibly the name Musashi
Spanish Ardizo From lardizabaláceas (Lardizabalaceae), the family that contains Stauntonia
French Lardi From Lardizabalacées (Lardizabalaceae)
Italian Rampei From Ranunculales, the order that contains Stauntonia
Korean 야모 Yamo From 야목과 (野木瓜) yamokgwa (Japanese Staunton vine)
Chinese (Mandarin) 石月 Shíyuè From 石月 shíyuè / sehkyuht (Staunton vine)
Chinese (Cantonese) 石月 Sehkyuht
The Wallflowers
Language Name Origin
Japanese イモヅル亭 Imozuru-tei From 芋蔓 imozuru (vines of Japanese mountain yam or sweet potato), ミツル Mitsuru (Wally), and 亭 tei (common suffix in restaurant names)
English The Wallflowers From wallflowers and Wally
German Heiße Kost From heiße Kost (hot meal) and an acrostic wordplay of Heiko (Wally)
Spanish El Boniato Trepador From boniato (sweet potato) and trepador (climbing)
French Le Hardi Gourmand From hardi (bold) and gourmand (gourmet) with the former being both a wordplay on Lardi (Beni) and an antonym of the timide in Timmy (Wally)
Italian La Tovaglia di Lino From tovaglia di lino (linen tablecloth) and Lino (Wally)
Korean 덩굴정 Deonggul-jeong From 덩굴 deonggul (vine) and 정 (亭) jeong (common suffix in restaurant names)
Chinese (Mandarin) 芋滿亭 / 芋满亭 Yumǎntíng From 芋 yù / wuh (taro; yam), 滿充 / 满充 Mǎnchōng / Múhnchūng (Wally), and 亭 tíng / tìhng (common suffix in restaurant names)
Chinese (Cantonese) 芋滿亭 Wuhmúntìhng

Commander: Kamado
Captains: CylleneZisuPesselleTao HuaSanquaColza
Members: Professor LaventonReiAkariBeniRye
Former members: CharmCloverCoin
Locations: Jubilife VillageGalaxy Hall

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