This is a list of Lucky Charm objects. These are objects that Ladybug gets whenever she uses Lucky Charm. They help her to achieve her desire, which is usually to stop a supervillain and break their object with the akuma inside.
Ladybug uses the box, Sarah's glasses, a flyer from Fred's mime show and a bus' headlights to project the image on the Eiffel Tower. This infuriates the Mime so much that he slashes down the tower, forcing him to use his miming powers to hold it and keep it from falling on him.
Ladybug's yo-yo is disabled by one of Simon's cards, so she uses her Lucky Charm yo-yo to knock Simon's pack of cards out of his hand. Then, after using her "Miraculous Ladybug" ability, she restores her original yo-yo to capture the akuma.
Ladybug throws the opened compact mirror to Cat Noir who hits it with his staff to make it fly in front of Jagged Stone just as Pixelator is about to pixelate him. Thus, his camera beam ricochets and digitizes Pixelator instead.
Ladybug reflects light off the silver foil inside the wrapper to identify the real Volpina by making her cover her eyes, while Cat Noir uses his Cataclysm to destroy the bars on the Eiffel Tower to trap her in a cage.
Ladybug uses the the strings of the Harp and throws it at him whilst Cat Noir throws his staff in the same direction. Robostus dodges, but the two objects collide and the harp strings tangle up his propeller, no longer giving him the ability to fly, allowing Ladybug to catch him.
Ladybug uses the the plastic wrap to cover a lamppost in order to trick Gigantitian into thinking it's a candy, causing him to pick it up and open, allowing Ladybug, who's hiding inside, to unhook his bracelet and break it, releasing the Akuma.
Ladybug uses the ink cartridge from the pen to cover the monitor screen and block Dark Owl's view of her and Cat Noir.
"The Adventures of KnightOwl" Comic
Ladybug reads the comic to figure out how to defeat Dark Owl. Later, she throws it at a statuette, knocking it over onto a book, which is propelled into the air, hitting a chair, which rolls into a ladder, which tips and hits the desk lamp, causing it to rotate and knock over the monitor and release the Akuma.
Like the Ladyblog logo, the "Miraculous Ladybug" branding on the box of the Ladybug costume is similar to an old concept of the show's logo. However, unlike the Ladyblog, the branding is an exact copy. In addition, the earrings that came with the costume appear to be based on the PV design.