Miraidon (Pokémon)

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Miraidon
Paradox Pokémon
ミライドン
Miraidon
#1008
Miraidon



Images on the Bulbagarden Archives
Type
Electric Dragon
Unknown Unknown
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Ability
Hadron Engine Cacophony
Cacophony
Cacophony
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Hidden Ability
Cacophony
Cacophony
Gender ratio
Gender unknown
Catch rate
3 (1.6%)
Breeding
Egg Group
No Eggs Discovered
Hatch time
50 cycles
Egg not obtainable
Height
11'06" 3.5 m
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529.1 lbs. 240.0 kg
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Mega Stone
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Base experience yield
Unknown
Gen. IV
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IV
335
Leveling rate
Slow
EV yield
Total: 3
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Pokédex color
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Base friendship
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Miraidon (Japanese: ミライドン Miraidon) is a dual-type Electric/Dragon Legendary Paradox Pokémon introduced in Generation IX.

While not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon, it is said to be a relative of Cyclizar[1] from the distant future or a version of it[2] from a different timeline. It has an ancient counterpart called Koraidon.

Miraidon has five different transformations it can change between as it traverses varying terrain and adapts to different situations. Its forms include:

  • Low-Power Mode when it has little power.
  • Drive Mode when traveling on land.
  • Aquatic Mode when traveling in water.
  • Glide Mode when traveling in the skies.
  • Ultimate Mode during battle and full strength.

Miraidon is the game mascot of Pokémon Violet, appearing on the game's box art in its Ultimate Mode. It is also known as the "Iron Serpent" (Japanese: テツノオロチ Tetsuno'orochi). Along with Koraidon, it is considered part of the Paradox duo by fans.

Biology

 
Miraidon shooting electricity from its jet engines
 
Miraidon's robotic tongue

Ultimate Mode Miraidon is a large robotic reptilian Pokémon. Most of its body is violet in color, although its face, claws, abdomen, and tail are silver. Additionally, there are light blue accents on its shoulders and legs, the latter of which resemble jet engines when folded and allow it to float in the air. Its head has a dark purple casque, circular purple cheeks, two pairs of antennae, and black eyes. The eyes have a pixelated display; they usually show yellow-cyan pupils, although Miraidon can simulate blinking by changing the display pattern. Inside Miraidon's body is what appears to be purplish-yellow energy, with light blue streaks accenting it. This energy is mostly concentrated on its throat (forming a prominent circular growth), tail, and antennae (which can emit the energy in a manner similar to electricity). When it falls asleep, it turns itself off, causing the blue and yellow energy on its throat, tail and antennae to turn turn silver, similar to what happens in its Low-Power Mode.

While apparently accustomed to humans, Miraidon uses its power of insight and observation to carefully judge a person's character before it decides whether to join them or not. It has a calm and collected disposition, and it is very difficult for others to tell what it is thinking or feeling due to its robotic nature, with the only available hints presented in its eyes. In its Ultimate Mode, it keeps itself afloat to maintain an advantageous position that applies pressure to grounded opponents, and it anticipates their moves before striking at their weak points. It uses the electricity generated in its internal organs to charge its claws, fangs, and tail. One strike from its charged tail is said to knock out even the sturdiest foe.[3] It is even powerful enough to use its lightning to turn the land into ash. Its lightning can be shot from its mouth, neck, or jet engines. Miraidon can also fly up in the air, and race forward at ultrafast speeds, piercing its target with futuristic electricity.

According to AI Turo, Miraidon is a future Pokémon related to Cyclizar. However, according to a Turo brought to the Crystal Pool by Terapagos, Miraidon is a counterpart of Cyclizar from another timeline. Its true origin is unknown. Miraidon were brought to the depths of Area Zero by a time machine built by Professor Turo ten years ago. However, unlike other Paradox Pokémon, he was capable of only bringing two of them: a quirky, friendly one and an modest, territorial one. Professor Turo coined Miraidon's name, but it was formerly known as the "Iron Serpent" in the Violet Book due to its metallic and serpent-like body. According to Arven, Miraidon's Ultimate Mode is its true form.[4]

The rest of Miraidon's ecology and other details regarding it is unknown.

Miraidon is the only known Pokémon capable of learning the move Electro Drift. It is also the only known Pokémon that can have Hadron Engine as an Ability.

Transformations

Aside from Ultimate Mode, Miraidon has four other forms it can transform into depending on the situation.

Low-Power Mode Miraidon walks on all fours, with the jet engine-like legs unfolding. The antennae become light silver along with the throat. The eyes are light blue. The other glowing parts of its body become violet. Miraidon assumes this form either when weakened or not battling.

Miraidon has the ability to change its form in order to facilitate travel. Drive Mode Miraidon can generate the energy in its tail and throat and turn them into wheel-like rings, which allow it to accelerate. Drive Mode Miraidon is capable of driving up cliffs. Aquatic Mode Miraidon is similar in appearance to Drive Mode and propels itself using both its rings and the jet engines on its legs. Glide Mode Miraidon moves its antennae in order to expand an energy membrane, allowing it to glide through the sky.[5] Glide Mode Miraidon can switch between gliding or unlimited flight.[6]

Ultimate Mode
 
Low-Power Mode
Drive Mode
Aquatic Mode
Glide Mode

Game data

NPC appearances

Main article: Miraidon (game)
  • Pokémon Violet: Miraidon is a major character in the game.
  • Pokémon Violet: Another Miraidon, also known as the Guardian of Paradise, is the secondary antagonist and a boss in the game. It was brought to the Pokémon world sometime after the first one through Professor Turo's "time machine" and is shown to be far more aggressive and belligerent than it, which eventually caused both to became rivals.
    • At some point in Area Zero, both Miraidon got into a territorial battle where the first one was defeated, but saved just in time by Professor Turo, who sacrificed his life to save it, after that, it was forced to escape Area Zero, traumatized by what happened there and leaving the second Miraidon as the strongest Pokémon in Area Zero and making it its territory.
    • In The Way Home, the second Miraidon appears to the player, Nemona, Penny, Arven and the first Miraidon, only to attempt to start another battle to kick Miraidon out of its territory once again, however, the Zero Lab's is opened and instead of attacking, it walks inside it, leaving the first Miraidon even more scared of it. The player and Miraidon go inside after defeating some Paradox Pokémon and inside, they meet AI Turo, who calls the second Miraidon back inside its Master Ball.
    • After the player defeats the controlled AI Turo to deactivate the time machine, the Paradise Protection Protocol is activated, locking all of the heroes' Poké Balls as a last resort to defend the time machine, sending out the the Guardian of Paradise, who's defeated once and for all by the player's Miraidon after Terastallizing into a Dragon Type.
    • Later on in the post-game, the player can find the now trainer-less Miraidon out of the Zero Lab and catch it, supposedly due to its Master Ball being out of reach.

Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation IX.
Generation IX Paldea
#400
Kitakami
#—
Blueberry
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Ultimate Mode
Scarlet Much remains unknown about this creature. It resembles Cyclizar, but it is far more ruthless and powerful.
Violet This seems to be the Iron Serpent mentioned in an old book. The Iron Serpent is said to have turned the land to ash with its lightning.
Low-Power Mode
Scarlet Its characteristics match those of a mysterious object recorded in an old expedition journal as the Iron Serpent.*
Violet It was given the name Miraidon by the professor who discovered it. Its ecology and other details are unknown.*


 
Miraidon in the Paldea Pokédex

Game locations

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation IX.
Generation IX
Scarlet
Trade
Violet
Poco Path (only one) (Low-Power Mode)
Area Zero (after credits; only one) (Ultimate Mode)


In side games

Held items

Stats

Base stats

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
100
160 - 207 310 - 404
85
81 - 150 157 - 295
100
94 - 167 184 - 328
135
126 - 205 247 - 405
115
108 - 183 211 - 361
135
126 - 205 247 - 405
Total:
670
Other Pokémon with this total
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and (if applicable) a hindering nature.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and (if applicable) a helpful nature.

Type effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions in Generation IX, this Pokémon is:
Damaged
normally by:
Normal
Fighting
Flying ½×
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel ½×
Fire ½×
Water ½×
Grass ½×
Electric ¼×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Weak to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying ½×
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel ½×
Fire ½×
Water ½×
Grass ½×
Electric ¼×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Immune to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying ½×
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel ½×
Fire ½×
Water ½×
Grass ½×
Electric ¼×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None
Resistant to:
Normal
Fighting
Flying ½×
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel ½×
Fire ½×
Water ½×
Grass ½×
Electric ¼×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
Fairy
None

Learnset

By leveling up

Generation IX
Other generations:
None
 Level   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP
011 Electric Terrain Electric Status 0000 00——% 10
011 Thunder Shock Electric Special 04040 100100% 30
011 Dragon Breath Dragon Special 06060 100100% 20
077 Shock Wave Electric Special 06060 00——% 20
1414 Charge Electric Status 0000 00——% 20
2121 Parabolic Charge Electric Special 06565 100100% 20
2828 Discharge Electric Special 08080 100100% 15
3535 Agility Psychic Status 0000 00——% 30
4242 Dragon Pulse Dragon Special 08585 100100% 10
4949* Power Gem Rock Special 08080 100100% 20
5656 Electro Drift Electric Special 100100 100100% 5
6363 Metal Sound Steel Status 0000 08585% 40
7070 Mirror Coat Psychic Special 0000 100100% 20
7777 Outrage Dragon Physical 120120 100100% 10
8484 Thunder Electric Special 110110 07070% 10
9191 Overheat Fire Special 130130 09090% 5
9898 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150150 09090% 5
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Miraidon
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Miraidon

By TM

Generation IX
Other generations:
None
   TM   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
TM001  TM001 Take Down Normal Physical 09090 085}}85% 20
TM004  TM004 Agility Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 30
TM006  TM006 Scary Face Normal Status 0000 100}}100% 10
TM007  TM007 Protect Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM014  TM014 Acrobatics Flying Physical 05555 100}}100% 15
TM017  TM017 Confuse Ray Ghost Status 0000 100}}100% 10
TM023  TM023 Charge Beam Electric Special 05050 090}}90% 10
TM025  TM025 Facade Normal Physical 07070 100}}100% 20
TM030  TM030 Snarl Dark Special 05555 095}}95% 15
TM044  TM044 Dragon Tail Dragon Physical 06060 090}}90% 10
TM047  TM047 Endure Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM048  TM048 Volt Switch Electric Special 07070 100}}100% 20
TM059  TM059 Zen Headbutt Psychic Physical 08080 090}}90% 15
TM060  TM060 U-turn Bug Physical 07070 100}}100% 20
TM066  TM066 Body Slam Normal Physical 08585 100}}100% 15
TM070  TM070 Sleep Talk Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM072  TM072 Electro Ball Electric Special 0000 100}}100% 10
TM074  TM074 Reflect Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM075  TM075 Light Screen Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 30
TM078  TM078 Dragon Claw Dragon Physical 08080 100}}100% 15
TM079  TM079 Dazzling Gleam Fairy Special 08080 100}}100% 10
TM082  TM082 Thunder Wave Electric Status 0000 090}}90% 20
TM085  TM085 Rest Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 5
TM087  TM087 Taunt Dark Status 0000 100}}100% 20
TM088  TM088 Swords Dance Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM093  TM093 Flash Cannon Steel Special 08080 100}}100% 10
TM096  TM096 Eerie Impulse Electric Status 0000 100}}100% 15
TM101  TM101 Power Gem Rock Special 08080 100}}100% 20
TM103  TM103 Substitute Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM108  TM108 Crunch Dark Physical 08080 100}}100% 15
TM115  TM115 Dragon Pulse Dragon Special 08585 100}}100% 10
TM121  TM121 Heavy Slam Steel Physical 0000 100}}100% 10
TM126  TM126 Thunderbolt Electric Special 09090 100}}100% 15
TM129  TM129 Calm Mind Psychic Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM130  TM130 Helping Hand Normal Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM136  TM136 Electric Terrain Electric Status 0000 00—}}—% 10
TM147  TM147 Wild Charge Electric Physical 09090 100}}100% 15
TM152  TM152 Giga Impact Normal Physical 150150 090}}90% 5
TM156  TM156 Outrage Dragon Physical 120120 100}}100% 10
TM157  TM157 Overheat Fire Special 130130 090}}90% 5
TM163  TM163 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150150 090}}90% 5
TM166  TM166 Thunder Electric Special 110110 070}}70% 10
TM168  TM168 Solar Beam Grass Special 120120 100}}100% 10
TM169  TM169 Draco Meteor Dragon Special 130130 090}}90% 5
TM171  TM171 Tera Blast Normal Special 08080 100}}100% 10
TM173  TM173 Charge Electric Status 0000 00—}}—% 20
TM210  TM210 Supercell Slam Electric Physical 100100 095}}95% 15
TM223  TM223 Metal Sound Steel Status 0000 085}}85% 40
TM226  TM226 Dragon Cheer Dragon Status 0000 00—}}—% 15
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Miraidon
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution or an alternate form of Miraidon

By breeding

Generation IX
Other generations:
None
 Parent   Move   Type   Cat.   Pwr.   Acc.   PP 
This Pokémon learns no moves by breeding.
  • Moves marked with an asterisk (*) must be chain bred onto Miraidon
  • Bold indicates a move that gets STAB when used by Miraidon
  • Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only when used by an evolution of Miraidon

Side game data

Pokémon GO
File:GO1008.png Base HP: 205 Base Attack: 263 Base Defense: 223
Egg Distance: N/A Buddy Distance: 20 km Evolution Requirement: N/A
Fast Attacks: Thunder Shock, Dragon Breath
Charged Attacks: Thunder, Dragon Pulse, Outrage, Hyper Beam

Evolution data

Sprites

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation IX.
Cross-Generation
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  For other sprites and images, please see Miraidon images on the Bulbagarden Archives.


In the anime

 
Ultimate Mode Miraidon in the anime

Major appearances

Minor appearances

A Miraidon appeared in a post-episode segment that aired with JN138.

A Miraidon in its Ultimate Mode briefly appeared in Pokémon Horizons's third ending, Let me battle as a silhouette.

In the manga

 
Drive Mode Miraidon in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Main article: Miraidon (game)

Miraidon debuted in PASV01 as Violet's ride. In PASV02, Violet revealed to Arven that he had encountered Miraidon as it crashed down on a beach near Cabo Poco and started following him after eating his sandwich. Professor Turo had then contacted him, informing him that Miraidon had previously been in his possession, and told Violet that its current depowered state could be remedied with the help of the Herba Mystica, inspiring Violet to find them in order to unlock Miraidon's full potential.

In the TCG

Main article: Miraidon (TCG)

Other Appearances

 
Miraidon in Pokémon UNITE

Pokémon UNITE

Main article: Miraidon (UNITE)

Miraidon is playable through obtaining a Unite License. It is a ranged attacker that can only be played in its Ultimate Mode.


Trivia

  • Miraidon and Koraidon are the only Paradox Pokémon:
    • Whose names follow regular Pokémon naming conventions.
      • To not have different names between languages.
    • To each have their own unique Abilities.
  • Miraidon is the tallest Paradox Pokémon in the Paldea Pokédex and the only known future Paradox Pokémon to be taller than both its present-day and ancient relatives.
    • It is also the only future Paradox Pokémon not to have the word “Iron” in its name. However, its previous name according to the Violet Book is “Iron Serpent”.
  • Miraidon has the highest base Special Defense stat of all Electric-type Pokémon.
  • Of all Pokémon, Miraidon and Koraidon have the highest number of forms that are obtainable in some capacity yet unusable in battle, as they each use three forms solely for travel and are obtained in their fourth ‘low-power’ forms, yet can only battle in their ‘high-power’ forms.
    • Curiously, the forms are fully usable in battle when hacked into the game, albeit with various glitches and oddities.[7]
      • In its unused Pokédex entry, the Ride forms of Miraidon are smaller than its Ultimate Mode, at 9'2" / 2.7m tall.
    • Rotom has five forms that are unusable in battle (Pokédex, Phone, Bike, Rotomi, Drone), but Rotomi and Rotom Drone are completely unobtainable.
  • The modes of Miraidon in Japanese and Korean use borrowed words from English, showing modernity, while the builds of Koraidon in the same languages use Sino-Japanese and Sino-Korean words respectively, showing tradition and the past.
  • In Generation IX, prior to the Version 2.0.1 update of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Miraidon was able to learn Power Gem at level 49. After updating the game, it can only learn it via TM.
  • Despite being able to swim and fly with the player on its back, Miraidon can't learn Surf or Fly. It shares this trait with its counterpart Koraidon.
  • Miraidon has a V on the back that may allude to the fact that it is the Mascot of Pokémon Violet.

Origin

Miraidon's appearance may be based on a robotic serpentine dragon and various lizards, such as the anole or the genera Sitana and Sarada — the latter two are collectively known as fan-throated lizards. Its robotic look might also be a reference to how futuristic cultures are often depicted with the overuse of machines and robots, as opposed to Koraidon's traditional look. Some elements of its design may be based on parts of various motorized vehicles (such as a sport bike and other super bikes designed with maneuverability in mind for city streets and highways), with its casque resembling a motorcycle windshield, its shoulders being similar to handlebars, its rear looking like the backrest of a vehicle seat, its throat and tail resembling wheels when active, and its legs resembling jet engines or exhaust pipes. Miraidon's ability to rearrange itself when changing between forms may be inspired by transforming robots. Miraidon’s color scheme, along with the name of the game it debuts in, possibly stemmed from violet being on the opposite side of the visible spectrum of light from red (a prominent color associated with Pokémon Scarlet and Koraidon) as well as violet occasionally being associated with space (which is often considered the “final frontier,” tying to Miraidon’s hypothetical future motifs).

Given its snake-like body and its Electric type, it may take inspiration from Sugaar in Basque mythology. Originally venerated as the god of storms and thunder in pre-Christian Basque beliefs, Sugaar takes the form of a serpent and embodies lightning.

Name origin

Miraidon may be a combination of 未来 mirai (future), ライド raido (ride), and dragon, don (Spanish for lord), or -don (common suffix in dinosaur names derived from the Ancient Greek word for tooth).

Its alternate name, Iron Serpent, is literally iron serpent.

Tetsuno'orochi, its alternate name in Japanese, can be taken literally as 鉄の大蛇 tetsu no orochi (iron serpent).

Due to a bootstrap paradox involving a version of Professor Turo time traveling from the past, it is possible that the player in Pokémon Violet may be responsible for indirectly coining Miraidon's name.

In other languages

Language Title Meaning
  Japanese ミライドン Miraidon From 未来 mirai, ride, dragon, don, and -don
  French Miraidon Same as English/Japanese name
  Spanish Miraidon Same as English/Japanese name
  German Miraidon Same as English/Japanese name
  Italian Miraidon Same as English/Japanese name
  Korean 미라이돈 Miraidon Transcription of Japanese name
  Mandarin Chinese 密勒頓 / 密勒顿 Mìlèdùn Transcription of Japanese name
  Cantonese Chinese 密勒頓 Mahtlaahkdeuhn Mandarin-based transcription of Japanese name


Iron Serpent

Language Title Meaning
  Japanese テツノオロチ Tetsuno'orochi From 鉄の大蛇 tetsu no orochi
  French Serpent-de-Fer From serpent de fer
  Spanish Ferromandra From ferro- and salamandra
  German Eisenschlange From Eisen and Schlange
  Italian Serpeferrea From serpe and ferrea
  Korean 무쇠이무기 Musoeimugi From 무쇠 musoe and 이무기 imugi
  Mandarin Chinese 鐵大蛇 / 铁大蛇 Tiědàshé From 鐵 / 铁 tiě and 大蛇 dàshé
  Cantonese Chinese 鐵大蛇 Titdaaihsèh From tit and 大蛇 daaihsèh


Drive Mode

Language Title
  Japanese ドライブモード Drive Mode
Chinese Cantonese 行駛模式 Hàahngsái Mòuhsīk
Mandarin 行駛模式 / 行驶模式 Xíngshǐ Móshì
  French Mode Terrestre
  German Fahrmodus
  Italian Assetto Sprint
  Korean 드라이브모드 Drive Mode
  Spanish Modo Conducción

Aquatic Mode

Language Title
  Japanese フロートモード Float Mode
Chinese Cantonese 浮水模式 Pòuhséui Mòuhsīk
Mandarin 浮水模式 Fúshuǐ Móshì
  French Mode Aquatique
  German Wassermodus
  Italian Assetto Nuoto
  Korean 플로트모드 Float Mode
  Spanish Modo Flote

Glide Mode

Language Title
  Japanese グライドモード Glide Mode
Chinese Cantonese 滑翔模式 Waahtchèuhng Mòuhsīk
Mandarin 滑翔模式 Huáxiáng Móshì
  French Mode Aérien
  German Gleitmodus
  Italian Assetto Planata
  Korean 글라이드모드 Glide Mode
  Spanish Modo Planeo

Low-Power Mode

Language Title
  Japanese リミテッドモード Limited Mode
Chinese Cantonese 受限模式 Sauhhaahn Mòuhsīk
Mandarin 受限模式 Shòuxiàn Móshì
  French Mode Bridé
  German Begrenzter Modus
  Italian Assetto Limitato
  Korean 리미티드모드 Limited Mode
  Spanish Modo Limitado

Ultimate Mode

Language Title
  Japanese コンプリートモード Complete Mode
Chinese Cantonese 完整模式 Yùhnjíng Mòuhsīk
Mandarin 完整模式 Wánzhěng Móshì
  French Mode Ultime
  German Kompletter Modus
  Italian Assetto Completo
  Korean 컴플리트모드 Complete Mode
  Spanish Modo Pleno

Related articles

References

  1. AI SadaS/AI TuroV: "Through analysis of its genetic makeup, as well as its behavioral patterns...I came to realize that what I had discovered was in fact an ancientS/futuristicV form of Cyclizar, the Pokémon commonly ridden in this region." (Pokémon Scarlet and Violet)
  2. Professor SadaS/Professor TuroV: "I am researching methods to catch Pokémon that live in different timelines, so I might transport them to the present day in my own timeline." (Pokémon Scarlet and Violet: The Indigo Disk)
  3. Miraidon — Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet | Official Website
  4. Arven:". The form KoraidonS/MiraidonV takes in battle... That's its true form."(Pokémon Scarlet and Violet)
  5. Legendary Pokémon — Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet | Official Website
  6. Unlock the Power to Fly with Koraidon or Miraidon! - Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet | Official Website
  7. Miraidon & Koraidon's Ride forms on The Cutting Room Floor

External links


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