マーズ Mars
Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl Mars.png
Art from Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Gender Female
Eye color Red
Hair color Red
Hometown Unknown
Region Sinnoh
Trainer class Commander
Generation IV, VIII
Games Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Masters EX
Member of Team Galactic
Rank Commander
Game animation debut The New World
English voice actor Christie Cate[1] (Masters EX)
Japanese voice actor Sayaka Kitahara (Generations)
Satsuki Yukino (Masters EX)
Anime debut Losing Its Lustrous!
English voice actor Lisa Ortiz
Japanese voice actor Rie Tanaka

Mars (Japanese: マーズ Mars) is one of Team Galactic's four Commanders.

She appears to be related to Arezu, having similar hair styles and colors, eye shapes, and naming schemes, along with posing on concept art, but the exact relationship between the two is unknown.

In the core series games

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Brilliant Diamond, and Shining Pearl, Mars is first seen leading the efforts of Team Galactic to control the Valley Windworks near Route 205. Mars is then seen at Lake Verity. She makes her final appearance (along with Jupiter) atop the Spear Pillar, in an attempt to slow down the player so Cyrus can awaken the Legendary Pokémon, but the player and their rival overpower them.

In Pokémon Platinum, at the Valley Windworks, Mars argues with Charon, showing her distaste for his arrogant attitude. She also indicates a lower opinion of him for being a recent member. After the events at Stark Mountain, she and Jupiter quit Team Galactic because Charon has different ideals from former boss Cyrus. It is also shown that Mars and Jupiter have a mutual dislike of each other. Mars mentions that she will try to enter the Distortion World to find Cyrus after quitting the team.

In Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, Mars can be found and fought at the Battle Tower.


Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

First battle

Second battle

Third battle (Multi Battle with Jupiter)

Pokémon Platinum

First battle

Second battle

Third battle (Multi Battle with Jupiter)

Fourth battle

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

First battle

Second battle

Third battle (Multi Battle with Jupiter)

Battle Tower
Master Class Double Battles (Rank 9)

In each team, Mars uses the first and second Pokémon on the list, and Cyrus uses the third and fourth.

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Mars appears as an NPC in Pokémon Masters EX and forms a sync pair with Purugly. She first appears in the villain event prelude Galactic Nightmare. She makes her most significant appearance in the Sinnoh Villain Arc of the main story. She also makes a cameo in the story event Shine a Gentle Light.

Mars, alongside Saturn and Jupiter, can be battled in the extreme battle event Team Galactic Takedown. All three commanders use Bronzong as their main battling Pokémon for this event.


Main article: Mars/Quotes

In the anime

Main series

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Mars in the anime

Mars debuted in Losing Its Lustrous!. She, along with fellow Commander Saturn, attempted to steal the Lustrous Orb from the Celestic Town Historical Research Center. She also appeared in Double Team Turnover!, in which she informed Cyrus that the Red Chain project was nearing completion.

In Steeling Peace of Mind!, Mars and her Purugly brought the Spear Key to Iron Island, where she activated the Iron Ruins to find the exact location of the Spear Pillar on Mt. Coronet. After failing to complete the task in Saving the World From Ruins!, she attempted to blow up the island on Cyrus's orders, but she failed due to Riley and his Lucario using Aura to contain the explosion. As a result, she stood down from field duties while Saturn was tasked with locating Spear Pillar.

She later appeared in The Needs of the Three! and The Battle Finale of Legend!. After the disappearance of Cyrus in the latter episode, she became distraught and even tried following him, but was stopped by Saturn. The duo, along with Jupiter, were later arrested.

She appeared briefly in Memories are Made of Bliss! in Team Rocket's fantasy with all the other members of Team Galactic.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Mars reappeared in The Arceus Chronicles (Part 1) through The Arceus Chronicles (Part 4), taking part in Team Galactic's plan to bring back Cyrus. For this purpose, Team Galactic acquired Arceus's Flame Plate and a Heatran, which were meant to power a device that would open a gate to the world that Cyrus had disappeared to. The operation, however, experienced a setback when the energy cannon exploded and Heatran went on a rampage. Mars and the other Commanders later faced Ash and his friends in order to stop them from interfering with them, but they were ultimately defeated and captured by Cynthia and later arrested by Officer Jenny, ending their plan in a failure.


Mars lacks the vindictive nature seen in her fellow Commanders. She was extremely loyal to Team Galactic's cause and only acted in accordance with Cyrus's direct orders.


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This listing is of Mars's known Pokémon in the anime:

Main article: Mars's Purugly

Purugly's first appearance was alongside Mars in Losing Its Lustrous! as she was destroying the Celestic Ruins to create a distraction so that Saturn could steal the Lustrous Orb. Purugly made a more significant appearance in the next episode, in which it battled Ash, Dawn, and Cynthia for the orb and proved itself to be very powerful.

Debut Double Team Turnover!
Voice actors
Japanese Kiyotaka Furushima
Bronzor made a brief appearance in Double Team Turnover! when it assisted Mars in her attempt to retrieve the Lustrous Orb from Team Rocket before it was knocked out by Staravia, Piplup and Garchomp.

Bronzor's only known move is Hypnosis.

Debut Double Team Turnover!
Voice actors
Japanese Kiyotaka Furushima
English Tom Wayland

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 田中理恵 Rie Tanaka
English Lisa Ortiz
Arabic ميرنا الحسيني Mirna Husseiny (JNS01-JNS04)
Czech Nikola Votočková (DP096-DP097, JNS01-JNS04)
Jana Páleníčková (DP110-DP152)
Finnish Jenni Sivonen (DP096-DP097, DP110-DP111)
Annituuli Kasurinen (DP151-DP152)
European French Géraldine Frippiat (DP096-DP111, JNS01-JNS04)
Béatrice Wegnez (DP151-DP152)
Indonesian Dewi Arifiani (DP150-DP152)
Siti Balqis (Pokémon: The Arceus Chronicles)
Italian Ludovica De Caro (DP096-DP097)
Loretta Di Pisa (DP110-DP111)
Jolanda Granato (DP151-present)
Polish Monika Wierzbicka (DP096-DP097)
Anna Sztejner (DP110-DP152)
Monika Markowska (JNS01-JNS04)
Portuguese Brazil Letícia Quinto (DP096-DP097, DP151-DP152)
Priscila Ferreira (DP110-DP111)
Celina Beatriz (JNS01)
Portugal Rute Pimenta
Spanish Latin America Leyla Rangel (DP096, DP097)
Angélica Villa (DP110-DP152, JNS01-JNS04)
Spain Olga Velasco

Pokémon Generations

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Mars appeared along with Jupiter in The New World, where she watched Cyrus as he tried to create a new world using Dialga and Palkia. However, they watched as Giratina interfered with Cyrus' plan by freeing the two Legendaries and dragging him into the Distortion World.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 北原沙弥香 Sayaka Kitahara
English Unknown
Brazilian Portuguese Hannah Buttel
European Spanish Meritxell Ribera

Pokémon Evolutions

Mars (right) in Pokémon Evolutions

Mars briefly appeared in a flashback in The Rival. She used her Purugly to battle Lucas and his Infernape alongside Jupiter at the Spear Pillar, but was quickly defeated.


Main article: Mars's Purugly

Purugly was used by Mars to defend Cyrus after he summoned Dialga at the Spear Pillar. After being sent into battle against Lucas's Infernape, it was quickly sent flying by Infernape's Close Combat.

Debut The Rival

In the manga

Pocket Monsters DP

Mars appeared in Helping the Legendary Pokémon!!.


Main article: Mars's Purugly

Mars sent out her Purugly while introducing herself.

Debut Helping the Legendary Pokémon!!
Bronzor was sent out to take on Clefairy. Clefairy used gag moves on Bronzor and used it as a frisbee.

None of Bronzor's moves are known.

Debut Helping the Legendary Pokémon!!

Pokémon Adventures

Mars and her Purugly with Saturn and his Croagunk in the manga


Diamond & Pearl arc

Mars makes her first appearance (in silhouette) at the Valley Windworks, where she attempts to gather and steal energy from the power plant. She encounters Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, who have come to find out what had happened to the Valley Windworks Manager. She battles them with her Pokémon, and once her Electivire had successfully gathered enough energy; she cut off one of the windmills and flew off with it.

She reappears at the Team Galactic HQ after Saturn suffers his defeat by the hands of Paka and Uji, where they get into an argument about how Saturn doesn't like people standing in his room. She presents the Electivire she had used to steal the Windworks energy previously and transfers it to the almost-complete Galactic Bomb.

The next time she is seen is when she travels to Lake Verity after Diamond manages to defeat her swarm of Yanmega that she had sent to Professor Rowan's lab to steal some of his research. She destroys the controller to the machine that was commanding the Yanmega and voices her annoyance at using machines to do her work for her and is told by the Team Galactic Grunts that they have arrived at their destination.

When Mars arrives at the Lake, she encounters Diamond's mother picking Berries and takes her hostage. When Diamond arrives at the Lake to rescue his mother, he finds out that he's too late; Mars has already found her. Mars introduces herself as one of the three Team Galactic Commanders chosen by Cyrus, and offers Diamond a chance to watch the Lake's upcoming explosion; an offer he refuses.

During the ensuing battle, Johanna manages to escape to safety while Diamond takes to the skies with Mars following him. Mars easily overpowers him in the air long enough for the countdown to reach “0” and waits for the Lake's imminent explosion. Despite being disappointed that her Lake wasn't the one blown up, she continues her plans and successfully captures Mesprit and takes her leave. However, unbeknownst to her, Dia had snuck on the Airship and is on his way to the Team Galactic HQ.

She later appears at the Team Galactic HQ along with her fellow Commanders Saturn and Jupiter, who were also successful in their attempts in capturing Azelf and Uxie, respectively. Later, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, and all of the Galactic Grunts bear witness to Cyrus giving a speech about how they will create a new world with no spirit and set off to finish their plans.

She later appears along with Saturn and Jupiter to deliver a message to Cyrus about how an intruder has infiltrated their defenses; Cyrus tells them to ignore it and go to the Spear Pillar. Later, at the Spear Pillar, she greets Cyrus when he arrives, but is surprised to seem him wounded; Cyrus tells them to not let anyone stop his ritual, which they all promise to do.

Immediately after, they are attacked by the Sinnoh Gym Leaders Fantina, Roark, and Gardenia, and they battle them to prevent them from reaching Cyrus. Mars and the other Commanders are evenly matched with the Sinnoh Gym Leaders until reinforcements arrive to help them; Mars battles Crasher Wake and Gardenia, but despite her power, she is eventually defeated.

Platinum arc

Later, Mars and her teammates are joined by another member of Team Galactic, Sird. Sird explains to them that she had infiltrated Team Rocket on a mission, but failed. Soon after, they are attacked by Riley of Iron Island, who had tracked Sird by her Aura. Sird battles Riley, allowing Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn to escape unharmed.

Later, Mars and her teammates witness Charon battling Diamond and Pearl in Eterna City with Heatran and Giratina. Despite their irritation that Charon has revealed his true loyalties, they decide to ignore it so that they can enter the Distortion World and rescue Cyrus. After arriving, they find Charon there as well. He lies and tells them that he is searching for Cyrus too, but is being attacked by a group of people and asks for their help.

Mars and the others comply, and they each face a different opponent in a one-on-one battle. Mars faces Cheryl in battle, while Jupiter faces Marley, and Saturn faces Mira. During the battle, the two seem evenly matched, and they constantly stop each other's strategies.

The battle is interrupted by Giratina, who flies past them so that it can fight the other Legendary Pokémon in the area. After Charon is defeated, Mars, her fellow Commanders, and Cyrus emerge from the Distortion World and into the real world. Charon tries to lie to Cyrus by claiming that he intended to gather the Legendary Pokémon for Team Galactic's sake. Cyrus reaches down to Charon, which Mars and Saturn think means he's going to pinch him. However, Cyrus only takes his machine, and praises Charon for his technological genius. The records reveal that he has been using it since the battle on the Spear Pillar, which angers Saturn into figuring out that he was attempting to use the machine to control Dialga and Palkia into opening a hole to the Distortion World, to which Charon denies.

Cyrus speaks to his four Commanders once more and reveals that he is disbanding Team Galactic, which angers Jupiter because she, Mars, and Saturn will have nowhere else to go without him. Hearing her wishes, Cyrus takes Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter away with him and thanks Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum for their help.


Bronzor is the first Pokémon seen on Mars's team. It was first used as a guard dog to prevent people from entering the Valley Windworks where it attacked Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, and the Valley Windworks manager's daughter but they managed to escape. Mars later used it to fill the Windworks with sand while she made her escape. Later, it was seen with Mars at Lake Verity and the Spear Pillar where it battled Wake and Gardenia's Pokémon but was eventually defeated. It later battled Cheryl's Blissey and prevented her from healing, but was later crushed by Giratina charging past them.

Bronzor's known moves are Gyro Ball, Sandstorm, and Heal Block.

Debut Honey for Combee
Zubat is the second Pokémon seen on Mars's team. It is mainly used to threaten people with its sharp blade-like wings but is not usually seen in battle. It was first seen holding the Valley Windworks Manager at Knife-point so that he would be forced to work for them. It was later seen holding Johanna hostage with its wings but lost hold of her when she squeezed Berry Juice onto its face. It was last seen battling Crasher Wake and Gardenia's Pokémon but was defeated.

None of Zubat's moves are known.

Debut Belligerent Bronzor
Main article: Mars's Purugly

Purugly is the third Pokémon seen on Mars's team. Despite her large build, Purugly is a powerful battler than can hold her own in battles (although she can comically be seen struggling trying to climb up a small step at one point).

Debut Belligerent Bronzor
Electivire was used to steal the energy from the Valley Windworks. Later, it was seen transferring the stolen energy to the Galactic Bomb and hasn't been seen since. In the original magazine versions, Electivire was a Luxray.

None of Electivire's moves are known.

Debut Belligerent Bronzor
Yanmega is the fourth Pokémon seen on Mars's team. Mars uses it as her mode of aerial transportation and it also proves to be a powerful battler.

Yanmega's known moves are Slash, U-turn, Bug Buzz, and Bug Bite.

Debut Yikes, Yanmega! II

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure!

Mars in the Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga

Mars first appeared in this manga at the Valley Windworks, attempting to steal the energy from the power plant. Hareta and Jun managed to defeat her.

She later reappeared in a special chapter, in which she attempted and failed to capture a Deoxys. During her battle with it, her Kangaskhan went out of control, requiring the help of Hareta and the Deoxys to stop it from rampaging.

Mars later, alongside Saturn, assists Hareta, Mitsumi and the others in defeating Dialga when its powers threaten to destroy Sinnoh.


Main article: Mars's Purugly

Purugly is Mars's main Pokémon. It was first used in a Tag Battle against Jun and Hareta. Mars gained the upper hand when it turned out the power. However, Shinx's Spark put the power back on which threw Purugly off guard, defeating it. Purugly then appeared in Deoxys, The Phantom Pokémon! (Part 2), in which it was easily defeated by Deoxys.

Debut The Mystery Boy, Jun!!
Zubat was Purugly's Tag Battle partner. It had the ability of seeing in the dark after Purugly turned off the power.

None of Zubat's moves are known.

Debut The Mystery Boy, Jun!!
Mars's Bronzor made a brief appearance in the special chapter. It was only seen doing the job of trying to raid the Game Corner.

None of Bronzor's moves are known.

Debut Deoxys, The Phantom Pokémon! (Part 2)
Kangaskhan was used in the special chapter in which she battled Deoxys after it easily defeated Mars's Purugly. When Kangaskhan used Outrage, it made her go on a rampage, even destroying Mars's Poké Ball in the process. Piplup's Brine stops her and she returns back to normal.

Kangaskhan's only known move is Outrage.

Debut Deoxys, The Phantom Pokémon! (Part 2)
While Hareta was trying to get to Spear Pillar, Mars sends out her Magnezone to battle him. Hareta retaliates with Regigigas and defeats the magnet Pokémon.

Magnezone's only known move is Magnet Bomb.

Debut The Advent of the Legendary Pokémon!!

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Mars or her Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Mars's Pokémon
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Purugly     Platinum   88/127 Galactic's Conquest   081/096
Porygon-Z     Arceus   26/99 Advent of Arceus   075/090
      DPt-P Promotional cards   035/DPt-P
Other related cards
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Team Galactic's Mars Su Secret Wonders   126/132 Shining Darkness    
      Dialga LV.X Constructed Standard Deck    
      Palkia LV.X Constructed Standard Deck    
Mars Su Ultra Prism   128/156 Ultra Sun   062/066
Ultra Prism   154/156 Ultra Sun   072/066




Official artwork from
Diamond and Pearl by Ken Sugimori[2][3]
Official artwork from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

Anime artwork

Concept art

Concept art from Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Sprites and models

In the core series

Sprite from
Diamond, Pearl and Platinum
Model from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
VS model from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Overworld sprite from
Diamond, Pearl and Platinum
Overworld model from
Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

In other games

Model from
Pokémon Masters EX
VS model from
Pokémon Masters EX


  • Mars's name was changed to Venus in Spanish versions of the game, likely due to the fact that Mars is the name of a male Roman god. This also happened to Jupiter.
  • Mars is the Commander the player will battle the most times in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. The player will battle Saturn twice in each game, Jupiter twice in Diamond and Pearl but three times in Platinum, while Mars is battled three times in Diamond and Pearl and four times in Platinum, although it should be noted one of Jupiter and Mars's battles are together in a Multi Battle.


Language Name Origin
Japanese マーズ Mars From Mars
English, German, French Mars From Mars
Spanish Venus From Venus
Italian Martes From Marte (Mars)
Korean 마스 Mars From Mars
Chinese (Mandarin) 夥星 / 伙星 Huǒxīng From 火星 Huǒxīng / Fósīng (Mars)
Chinese (Cantonese) 夥星 Fósīng
Brazilian Portuguese Marte (anime, TCG)
Mars (manga)
From Marte (Mars)
From her English name
Vietnamese Mars From her Japanese name


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