Jirachi (M06)

Jirachi
ジラーチ Jirachi
Jirachi M06.png
Jirachi
Debuts in Jirachi: Wish Maker
Gender Unknown*
Ability Unknown
Current location Forina
385
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Jirachi Tomiko Suzuki Kerry Williams

Jirachi (Japanese: ジラーチ Jirachi) is a major character who appeared in Jirachi: Wish Maker.

In the movies

 
Max holds the rock containing Jirachi

In the movie, Jirachi was awakened for seven days from a mysterious rock while the Millennium Comet was nearby. Jirachi had been taken by Butler, who was hoping to use Jirachi's powers for his own gain. Butler's girlfriend Diane realized what he was doing, and informed Ash and his friends. They decided to bring Jirachi to its home of Forina.

 
Jirachi's Eye of Truth

Unfortunately, Butler followed them and got ahold of Jirachi. Using the Psychic Pokémon, he unwittingly created a Meta Groudon, which wrought havoc all over the forests of Forina. Fortunately, Jirachi was saved by Ash and then used its Doom Desire to obliterate Meta Groudon.

After the ordeal, Jirachi went back to sleep, and Ash and the others continued their journey. During this time, Jirachi grew attached to Max, and formed a special bond with him. It is believed that Max was the one who enabled Jirachi to awaken. He was sad to see Jirachi leave, but he knew that they would always remain friends.

Jirachi later appeared in a flashback in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys. It also briefly reappeared in a montage in The Rise of Darkrai, which chronicled the preceding nine movies.

Personality and characteristics

Jirachi is somewhat childlike, presumably because it is only awake for a week every 1,000 years, thereby limiting its personality and maturity development. It can be very bossy if no one wants to play with it. Jirachi gets along with mostly Max, as seen when he made a wish.

Moves used

 
Using Teleport
Move First Used In
Teleport × Jirachi: Wish Maker
Doom Desire Jirachi: Wish Maker
An × shows that the move cannot be legitimately known by this Pokémon in the games.
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 鈴木富子 Tomiko Suzuki
English Kerry Williams
Canadian French Lisette Dufour
German Sabine Bohlmann
Korean 윤미나 Yun Mina*
김서영 Kim Seoyeong*
Brazilian Portuguese Priscila Amorim
Latin American Spanish Mariela Álvarez


In the manga

Movie adaptations

Jirachi appears in the manga adaptation of the movie.

In the TCG

Jirachi is featured in the TCG. The following is a list of cards featuring Jirachi.

Jirachi
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Seven Nights Jirachi         10th Movie Commemoration Set    
Jirachi   Nintendo Black Star Promos   021 ADV-P Promotional cards   014/ADV-P
Forina's Jirachi         Movie Commemoration VS Pack   004/019
 


Merchandise

Movie Commemoration VS Pack

The Movie Commemoration VS Pack (Japanese: 映画公開記念VSパック) was made available on July 19, 2003 in celebration of the cinema release of Jirachi: Wish Maker. The half deck features a variety of Pokémon that are native to Forina, the main setting of the movie, and some Pokémon belonging to Butler, the main antagonist. The half deck also comes with a special Jirachi coin and a set of damage and status counters.

Product images:

Movie Commemoration VS Pack
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Trivia

  • In the Brazilian Portuguese dub, Jirachi was referred to as a female.
  • In the English translation of the manga adaptation, Jirachi is referred to with male pronouns. This matches the English dub of the movie, which also uses male pronouns.
  • Jirachi was Tomiko Suzuki's last role. She died of a fatal heart attack a week and a half before the film's theatrical release.

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For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Jirachi.

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