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This article is about the movie. For the manga, see Destiny Deoxys (manga).
Destiny Deoxys
裂空の訪問者 デオキシス Sky-Splitting Visitor: Deoxys
Destiny Deoxys poster.jpg
Japan July 17, 2004
United States January 22, 2005*
Home video
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English themes
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Japanese themes
Opening jaop
Ending jaed
United States Unrated
Great Britain Unreleased
Ireland  ?
Canada PG
Quebec G
Japan  ?
Germany 6
Australia  ?
New Zealand  ?

Destiny Deoxys (Japanese: 裂空訪問者 デオキシス Sky-Splitting Visitor: Deoxys; Official: Deoxys the Visitor) is the second Pocket Monsters Advanced Generation movie, and seventh of all Pokémon movies. It was first in Japanese theaters on July 17, 2004. It then aired on the Kids' WB! programming block for North American audiences on January 22, 2005. This movie was first aired in Latin America in 2008, with different production and voice actors, and it was never seen in Spain.

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A mysterious meteorite is hurtling towards the earth, while another is heading toward the planet Origin. During the entry of the meteorite into the atmosphere, it almost wounds Rayquaza, the legendary sky guardian and the strongest dragon ever seen in the world. The meteorite crashes into a polar zone, revealing two egg-shaped sparkling objects. Just after the purple egg regenerates into a Deoxys and picks up its green companion (which has not regenerated), Rayquaza descends from the ozone layer to battle what it believes to be an invader. A battle ensues, destroying a nearby research site and traumatizing a young boy, scared by a stampede of Spheal, Sealeo, and Walrein. The purple Deoxys traps Rayquaza and is about to beat it, but it is distracted by some electrical charges coming from broken computers, giving Rayquaza a chance to escape and obliterate the purple Deoxys with its Hyper Beam. The purple Deoxys goes back to egg form and falls into the sea, while some researchers take the green egg with them. Deep beneath the surface, the injured Deoxys regenerates and prepares for the day it can search for its friend. The green egg somehow appears on Origin, somewhere in Hoenn.

Four years later, Ash, May, Brock, and Max travel to Battle Tower. There they meet Tory (Tou'i), a boy who is afraid of Pokémon because of psychological trauma that had ensued from the stampede caused by the battle between Deoxys and Rayquaza. Tory is found to be a loner. The purple Deoxys, which has fully healed, leaves to find the other green egg which Tory's parents are testing in a lab.

In the Battle Tower, Ash mistakes Tory for a Pokémon trainer and they battle together in a two-on-two combat against Rafe and Sid, with Tory using Torkoal (Ash's). However, Tory does not know how to handle Ash's Torkoal and they lose disgracefully. Tory flees from the Tower and runs away, stopping to save a Minun which was trapped in an automatic trash can. Later on, Ash meets Tory's parents and they all have fun that night with their Pokémon, until they see a mysterious purple aurora, signaling the return of the purple Deoxys.

When the purple Deoxys begins to remove all of its inhabitants in order to fulfill its search for the green egg, it is up to Ash, Pikachu (Ash's), and Tory to help the Deoxys by finding the green egg. This task is complicated by the return of Rayquaza, and security robots malfunctioning. The city was filled with blocks of robots almost destroying Rayquaza, but with the help of Green and purple Deoxys, they saved him.



Pokémon debuts



Movie guide

Character introductions


Ash Ketchum Veronica Taylor Satoshi Rica Matsumoto サトシ 松本梨香
Pikachu Ikue Ohtani Pikachu Ikue Ohtani ピカチュウ 大谷育江
May Veronica Taylor Haruka KAORI ハルカ KAORI
Brock Eric Stuart Takeshi Yuji Ueda タケシ うえだ ゆうじ
Max Amy Birnbaum Masato Fushigi Yamada マサト 山田ふしぎ
Jessie Rachael Lillis Musashi Megumi Hayashibara ムサシ 林原めぐみ
James Eric Stuart Kojirō Shin'ichirō Miki コジロウ 三木眞一郎
Meowth Maddie Blaustein Nyarth Inuko Inuyama ニャース 犬山イヌコ
Tory Lund Tara Jayne Tōi Noriko Hidaka トオイ 日高のり子
Professor Lund Sean Schemmel Dr. Rondot Koichi Yamadera ロンド博士 山寺宏一
Yuko Rachael Lillis Yūko Takako Uehara ユウコ 上原多香子
Deoxys 1 Susumu Chiba Deoxys A Susumu Chiba デオキシスA 千葉進歩
Deoxys 2 Kenji Nojima Deoxys B Kenji Nojima デオキシスB 野島健児
Rayquaza Katsuyuki Konishi Rayquaza Katsuyuki Konishi レックウザ 小西克幸
Rafe Sebastian Arcelus Ryū Kenji Nojima リュウ 野島健児
Sid Jeff Berman Shouta Makoto Higo ショウタ 肥後誠
Rebecca Lisa Ortiz Hitomi Becky ヒトミ ベッキー
Audrey Rebecca Honig Audrey Nana Mizuki オードリー 水樹奈々
Kathryn Rebecca Honig Catherine Maria Yamamoto キャサリン 山本麻里安
Plusle Akiko Kawase Plusle Akiko Kawase プラスル 川瀬晶子
Minun Kumiko Higa Minun Kumiko Higa マイナン 比嘉久美子
Munchlax Darren Dunstan Gonbe Keiko Yamamoto ゴンベ 山本圭子
Officer Jenny Jamie Davyous Owens? Junsar Chinami Nishimura ジュンサー 西村ちなみ
Narration Mike Pollock Narration Unshō Ishizuka ナレーション 石塚運昇


  • This movie premiered in Japan between the episodes Sky High Gym Battle and Lights, Camerupt, Action.
  • Deoxys' Speed Forme does not appear in this movie, as this film was released before Pokémon Emerald and the Speed Forme had yet to be introduced to the public.
  • This movie featured the very first reveal of a Generation IV Pokémon, Munchlax.
  • LaRousse was much later revealed to be Drew's hometown.
  • In October 2003, Kunihiko Yuyama and his team made a four-day visit to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to form the basis for LaRousse City.
  • This is the first Pokémon movie to debut on TV before its video release.
  • The character Rafe resembles a Cool Trainer from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions.
  • Although the Japanese version of the front cover shows more characters on it, it's missing Munchlax, which the English cover shows.
  • Ash's Torkoal had a different voice in the English dub for an unknown reason.
  • This was the last Pokémon movie distributed by Miramax.
  • For the American audience, this movie marks the first appearance of May's Bulbasaur.
  • This movie marks the first animated appearance of a Battle Tower, which was first introduced in Pokémon Crystal and has since been included in all Pokémon games since.
  • This is the second movie where Ash and company do not meet Team Rocket.
  • This movie has never been released in the UK and may never be.


  • In the ending credits, Audrey and Katherine's shirts are colored mainly yellow instead of cream.

Box office hit

  • This film did not make it to the Top 10 box office hit Japan due to the success of American blockbuster movies that year. but was ranked as the no. 1 anime film that year with $34m in box office sales to beat Doraemon 2004 ($23m), Conan ($22m), Crayon Shin-chan 2004 ($11m), Naruto movie ($11m), Innocence ($8m), Steamboy ($8m) and Inu Yasha - Crimson Horai Island ($7m). Its overall ranking is at the seventh place.

Dub edits

  • In the English version, Brock tells Yuko that meeting her reminds him of the time he worked for Professor Ivy, but in the Japanese version, Brock tells Yuko that he's surprised that someone as young and beautiful as her could be a lab assistant, and that he would also be a good assistant, all without even mentioning Professor Ivy.
  • When it first premiered on Kids' WB!, the time duration of the film was 87 minutes. This meant that various scenes were cut in order to make room for their commercials. In the Cartoon Network version, the whole 100 minute film was aired.
  • In the Kids' WB! and the Cartoon Network version, the ending is shortened to a minute. In the VHS, DVD and Toon Disney airing of the film the whole ending is shown.

In other languages

  • Chinese(HK): 烈空之訪問者
  • Chinese(TW): 烈空的訪問者 代歐奇希斯
  • Danish: Deoxys Duet
  • Dutch: Pokémon 7 - Doel Deoxys
  • Finnish: Salaperäinen Deoxys
  • French (Canada): Destinée Deoxys
  • German: Destiny Deoxys
  • Korean: 열공의 방문자 데오키스
  • Norwegian: Skjebnens Deoxys
  • Portuguese: Alma Gêmea
  • Russian: Судьба Деоксиса
  • Spanish (Latin America): El Destino de Deoxys
  • Swedish: Dagen D för Deoxys

External links

Pokémon movies
Original series
Mewtwo Strikes BackThe Power of OneSpell of the Unown: EnteiCelebi: Voice of the ForestPokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias
Advanced Generation series
Jirachi: Wish MakerDestiny DeoxysLucario and the Mystery of MewPokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
Diamond & Pearl series
The Rise of DarkraiGiratina and the Sky WarriorArceus and the Jewel of LifeZoroark: Master of Illusions
Best Wishes series
White—Victini and Zekrom / Black—Victini and ReshiramKyurem VS. The Sword of JusticeGenesect and the Legend Awakened
XY series
Diancie and the Cocoon of DestructionHoopa and the Clash of Ages