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  • What could the Peacock have power over? Peacocks represent a lot of different things. They seem most heavily associated with life and all kinds of sight, both literal, metaphorical, and psychically. Whatever it is would have to be functional in combat, unless the Peacock is like the Moth and is meant to stay out of direct fighting.

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    • Maybe enhanced eyesight and maybe the fan at the back of the peacock could blind people but these are theories so don't take them for granted

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    • I'm guessing it would lean more towards the "psychic" side of vision, if it is vision. Thinking about it, though, I hope they go with "guidance", another thing the Peacock can mean, and give the Peacock the power of suggestion and manipulation. It doesn't fully have the power of control, but it can try and give things a push in the direction they want.

      I think maybe the Peacock changes hands quite a lot as symbolism for "rebirth" and "reincarnation".

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    • Now that you said that maybe she could get people who have already been akumatized angry so that Hawk Moth can akumitize them again.

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    • Maybe the peacock miraculous is derived from the peacock meaning. The Ladybug represents good luck and protection, the cat represents bad luck. Both are opposites meaning that the peacock has to do with it meaning 

      - The Peacock means vision and energy full 

      So it would be true that the Miraculous has psychic abilities as well as energy giving.

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    • Could it be possible that they have some “reality shaping” abultiites? While Hawk Moth can manipulate people, maybe Le Paon can manipulate things and events; pushing them in a certain direction, stir chaos, but only to a limited extent.

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    • I suppose he feather fan are each like daggers, and her power might not come from it like Ladybug's yo-yo, it would be something that she can conjure without her weapon like Chat Noir.

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    • The peacock symbolizes vision, which would mean that the holder can see into the future, however it also symbolizes vibrancy, beauty, and integrity. which can bring in plenty of new powers. However, there is no way that every miraculosu has only one superpower based on the way they are percieved as all-powerful.

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    • Well, we could incorporate this episode into our analysis, we could say that the peacock has the power to either enhance (power up Hawk Moth so as to bring back multiple villains), multiply (multiply the akuma so as to bring back the villans, or even the power to bring things back from past 

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    • 16961095 wrote:
      Well, we could incorporate this episode into our analysis, we could say that the peacock has the power to either enhance (power up Hawk Moth so as to bring back multiple villains), multiply (multiply the akuma so as to bring back the villans, or even the power to bring things back from past 

      Unless those villains are her doing explicitly and not his. She is the one in the middle not Hawk Moth, which is important to note. They aren't both in the middle, she's square in the middle with seven villains on either side of her, counting Hawk Moth, and all the villains are pretty evenly spaced around her. Plus, we see both Hawk Moth and the Collector, which might be nothing but is still interesting to look at. He- Hawk Moth- is standing behind her. He's not the main villain of the episode, she is.

      Her power could be memory-related in some capacity.

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    • Thearomalady wrote:

      Her power could be memory-related in some capacity.

      It would suit with the peacock symboling vision.

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    • Probably vision. When I did my research on the symbolism of the peacock I read it being 'the all seeing'

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    • Yeah, but you don't really think of cats as especially representing destruction unless you have one and have watched them stareyou dead in the eye while pushing a water glass into the floor.

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    • Maybe one of the powers is healing

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    • SaphireAnabeth wrote:
      Maybe one of the powers is healing

      Why is everyone so fixated on healing for a Miraculous?

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    • becauseThearomalady wrote:
      SaphireAnabeth wrote:
      Maybe one of the powers is healing
      Why is everyone so fixated on healing for a Miraculous?

      Because the peacock is also a symbol stands for life, Spirituality, Awakening, Guidance and patience

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    • SaphireAnabeth wrote:

      Because the peacock is also a symbol stands for life, Spirituality, Awakening, Guidance and patience

      Yeah, but what good is healing for people who can't get hurt because of their suits? It's not like it takes the kwamis long to eat, either, so the idea that "healing" means they restore another person's power doesn't make sense. People keep insisting the Bee has healing as well. Plus, what good would healing be to Hawk Moth? If she's supposed to work with him, she should have some kind of power that either would scare him or compliment his.

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    • Thearomalady wrote:
      SaphireAnabeth wrote:

      Because the peacock is also a symbol stands for life, Spirituality, Awakening, Guidance and patience

      Yeah, but what good is healing for people who can't get hurt because of their suits? It's not like it takes the kwamis long to eat, either, so the idea that "healing" means they restore another person's power doesn't make sense. People keep insisting the Bee has healing as well. Plus, what good would healing be to Hawk Moth? If she's supposed to work with him, she should have some kind of power that either would scare him or compliment his.

      Maybe that has something to do with a fight further into the series. Maybe once the final battle comes, not everything can easily be restored back since he will have Lila and le paon on his side as well as all the akumas he created. I don't knowbut it woud be interesting to see. I'm also sure that the feathers on le paons fan. I can imagine the fan being her/his weapon

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    • SaphireAnabeth wrote:

      Maybe that has something to do with a fight further into the series. Maybe once the final battle comes, not everything can easily be restored back since he will have Lila and le paon on his side as well as all the akumas he created. I don't knowbut it woud be interesting to see. I'm also sure that the feathers on le paons fan. I can imagine the fan being her/his weapon

      Le Paon is confirmed to be a woman and we already know what her tool is. It's not a weapon, it's a tool, and according to the Miraculous book, its the feather in her other hand, not the fan.

      Healing is useless to the Miraculous holders. They can't get hurt, and Ladybug can undo even death itself with Miraculous Ladybug, so there can't be a situation where "not everything can easily be restored back", Lila and Le Paon or not.

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    • Thearomalady wrote:


      Le Paon is confirmed to be a woman and we already know what her tool is. It's not a weapon, it's a tool, and according to the Miraculous book, its the feather in her other hand, not the fan.

      Healing is useless to the Miraculous holders. They can't get hurt, and Ladybug can undo even death itself with Miraculous Ladybug, so there can't be a situation where "not everything can easily be restored back", Lila and Le Paon or not.

      Has it been officially stated or proven anywhere that Ladybug can undo death with Miraculous ladybug? That's always something I wondered about, but the show itself doesn't seem to give any indication either way if that is possible or not. She can undo physical damage done to objects, but I don't recall her ever reviving or even healing a person because of it. 

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    • Wisprsinthedrk wrote:

      Has it been officially stated or proven anywhere that Ladybug can undo death with Miraculous ladybug? That's always something I wondered about, but the show itself doesn't seem to give any indication either way if that is possible or not. She can undo physical damage done to objects, but I don't recall her ever reviving or even healing a person because of it. 

      She brings people back to life from unique, non-real-world deaths. The people touched by Timebreaker fade out of existence, Glaciator turns people into lifeless ice cream, Gamer transforms people into energy for his robot, and anyone Befana deems as naughty gets changed into coal. It's not murder in the ordinary sense, but those cases are where people's lives are robbed, and Ladybug brings them back to their living state with Miraculous Ladybug.

      Also, Adrien sprains his ankle in "Riposte" during the titlular villain's attack, but it's healed by Miraculous Ladybug. In line with the power of creation, I guess you could say that Ladybug recreates anything that was destroyed or lost, sort of a renewal within the cycle of creation and destruction. I don't know if Ladybug could revive someone if they are killed in a regular sense, and we don't know if revivals are possible on a grand scale (as people were counting on her to do in Miraculous Adventures with catastrophic destruction of New York City), but so far, it doesn't appear that Miraculous Ladybug has any limitations on resetting anything. I feel like one of the only exceptions we may hear about could be if a wish made with the Ladybug and Cat Miraculouses result in someone's death or major injury.

      From that, I agree that a healing power, whether for themselves or for others, would be rather strange for a Miraculous holder to have. A power to re-energize someone could be argued, but so far it's been rare to see any of the superheroes extremely exhausted.

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    • I thought that Thomas Astruc confirmed that Miraculous Ladybug could undo death? 

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    • Jeanne68 wrote:
      I thought that Thomas Astruc confirmed that Miraculous Ladybug could undo death? 

      He confirmed what now?

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    • Jeanne68 wrote:
      I thought that Thomas Astruc confirmed that Miraculous Ladybug could undo death? 

      He did! I completely forgot, but as Thomas stated on Twitter, Ladybug can revert or heal "anything ... limited to the apparition of the akumatized villain." Thank you for the reminder, Jeanne!

      Honestly, all of this makes me curious if there are any duality to other Miraculouses. Pulling this back to the Peacock Miraculous, I kind of see the possibility of it complimenting the Fox Miraculous well if the Peacock Miraculous does have the power of beauty. The Fox Miraculous is supposed to trick the eye with illusions, but the Peacock Miraculous may be able to use the eye to perceive something that pleases it. It doesn't mean I have any idea what the power will be, but I am curious if there will end up being a sort of connection between two or more Miraculouses because of their similar yet contrasting themes.

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    • That would be cool! And then we see a contrast/connection between the Moth and the Bee. The Bee is kinda about teamwork, and the Moth is about controlling.

      And also.. if the Peacock is associated with vision.. maybe it could see through Mirage? Just an idea.

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    • Jeanne68 wrote:
      That would be cool! And then we see a contrast/connection between the Moth and the Bee. The Bee is kinda about teamwork, and the Moth is about controlling.

      And also.. if the Peacock is associated with vision.. maybe it could see through Mirage? Just an idea.

      That doesn't seem useful, to be honest. Mirage doesn't last long, it fades before Rena Rouge's timer runs out, and if it's anything like Volpina's power, touching it makes it disappear.

      But I do agree about the Bee possibly relating to teamwork, though I'm not a fan of the "cloning" idea everyone else likes who isn't on Team Healing.

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    • Tansyflower wrote:

      Honestly, all of this makes me curious if there are any duality to other Miraculouses. Pulling this back to the Peacock Miraculous, I kind of see the possibility of it complimenting the Fox Miraculous well if the Peacock Miraculous does have the power of beauty. The Fox Miraculous is supposed to trick the eye with illusions, but the Peacock Miraculous may be able to use the eye to perceive something that pleases it. It doesn't mean I have any idea what the power will be, but I am curious if there will end up being a sort of connection between two or more Miraculouses because of their similar yet contrasting themes.

      It also might have the power to create something, but only within the realms of what "pleases" the holder rather than what the holder can imagine, and it might last a lot longer than Mirage, which fades after about three minutes, and be a lot more solid than anything Mirage makes. Not my greatest submission of an idea but in my defence, it's three in the morning.

      What I find interesting is how Ladybug has the power of Creation, but we also know that the Moth and Fox expressly have creation-based powers, too. They create superheroes/supervillains and illusions. So I theorise that it's possible that the Bee and Fox have opposing powers in another Miraculous, and there's a neutral force, which I suspect might be the Turtle. Or I would if the Peacock weren't the one that isn't sitting opposite any Miraculous. The Moth is opposed by the Bee, the Fox by the Turtle, if we go by arrangement in the box. If the Peacock is neither Creation nor Destruction, then... that's an interesting notion, I think. It would be an uncertain force.

      If the Peacock is like the Moth in the sense that it seems very overpowered (the Moth has no time limit that we are shown, nor anything on it that would indicate a five-minute beeper like the Fox was modified to have), I don't think we're going to have any indicator it times out (especially if you're right and the green brooch is the real one), and I think whatever it has for a power, it's going to look significantly more powerful than at least the main two, if not the Moth/Butterfly as well.

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    • We all know that the Bee symbolizes beauty, productivity, and gorwth, However, Peacocks are also symbols of beauty, on a greater scale, making me wonder what the bee miraculous can do.

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    • Avatar thoyrn wrote:
      We all know that the Bee symbolizes beauty, productivity, and gorwth, However, Peacocks are also symbols of beauty, on a greater scale, making me wonder what the bee miraculous can do.

      Bees also represent love and teamwork, so many people think they can clone themselves.

      Healing (another thing bees represent), to me, makes absolutely no sense to give to a Miraculous holder. So I tend to ignore that Bees represent healing. Adrien says that their suits make them virtually indestructable, and I think the only thing they aren't protected from is Cataclysm itself. Nothing else hurts them. From what we see, kwamis do not take long to eat unless the plot calls for it (Tikki does not take long to eat in "Bubbler" but does for the sake of the drama cow in "Antibug"), and the power has to be functional if the Bee is the only person active, so the idea that it lets, say Rena Rouge use two Mirages, makes no sense. We also know that Ladybug can get something that lets her use infinite Lucky Charms.

      I think the Bee's powers might relate in some way to the Moth's, if the Peacock's powers relate in some way to the Fox's. They are represented with complimentary colours as well- the Moth is purple while the Bee is yellow, and the Fox is orange while the Peacock is blue. Combining purple light with yellow light makes white light, and the same goes for combining blue and orange light. I had a train of thought and it promptly derailed.

      If that's true, that the Bee's powers relate to the Moth's, then cloning might be the right answer, since they would then both be creators of battlers, but where the Moth can grant powers to others, the Bee can spread out its powers among clones of itself. The problem I have with this is that this implies selfishness, because the Moth's power to grant powers to others comes from it representing the abstract concept of Generosity, so if you can only use power on yourself rather than others, the logical counter power is selfishness, and it's not somethng Chloe needs.

      Another thing worth bringing up is how the Moth and Peacock are both only touching the Ladybug's spot in the box, and the Fox and Bee only touch the Black Cat's spot in the box, where the Turtle touches both. This might mean that the Moth and Peacock have powers relating to Creation, where the Bee and the Fox have Destruction-based powers, where the Turtle is neutral. The Fox's illusion power is called Mirage in both English and French, and a mirage is actually a specific kind of illusion brought about by atmospheric things, like heat. A mirage is a hallucination. It can be seen as a destruction of your reality. So the Bee may have powers that can be interpreted to be Destruction-related, and the Peacock, Creation-related. Purple and blue are right beside each other in the colour wheel, as are orange and yellow, so...

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    • Jeanne68 wrote:
      That would be cool! And then we see a contrast/connection between the Moth and the Bee. The Bee is kinda about teamwork, and the Moth is about controlling.

      And also.. if the Peacock is associated with vision.. maybe it could see through Mirage? Just an idea.

      Kinda ironic, since Chloe is the bee miraculous holder.

      And as for the powers, I agree with the psychic/vision apsect of it. It must be something related to this. I think Aura Sight could actually be good for her power, as it can fall into hero or villain territory, goes with the symbolism, and has a wide range of uses.



      I recomend you check on the superpower wiki link here, as it does cover more information than I can add here without it seeming like plagerizizng.


      http://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/Aura_Reading

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