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Milos Island

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Milos Island
ミロス島 Milos Island
Milos Island.png
Milos Island
Region Unova
Debut The Lonely Deino!

Milos Island (Japanese: ミロス島 Milos Island) is an anime-exclusive location in the Unova region. It exists off the coastline of Driftveil City. It was first featured from The Lonely Deino! to A Call for Brotherly Love! as Team Rocket prepared their plan to capture the Forces of Nature, but was extensively featured in Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1 and Part 2, when Ash, Iris and Cilan came to the island.

Milos Island from above

Milos Island is the home of the Abundant Shrine in the anime where Landorus sleeps. Connected to the island are two smaller islands that house the shrines of Tornadus and Thundurus who also rest peacefully. However their peace was interrupted thanks to Team Rocket's destruction of their shrines. As a result they awoken angrily and began to wreak havoc on the island. Ash, Iris, Cilan and Lewis were able to stop them with the help of Landorus and after that peace returned to the island.

The island is known quite well for the Revival Herb crops that grow there. It often supplies Driftveil's market with the rare herb.

Pokémon seen on Milos Island

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Lilligant
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Gothorita
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Patrat
Milos Island Pidove Blitzle.png
Pidove
Milos Island Pidove Blitzle.png
Blitzle
Milos Island Cottonee Darumaka Darmanitan.png
Cottonee
Milos Island Basculin Alomomola.png
Basculin
Milos Island Cottonee Darumaka Darmanitan.png
Darumaka
Milos Island Cottonee Darumaka Darmanitan.png
Darmanitan
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Swanna
Milos Island Patrat Deerling Sawsbuck.png
Deerling
Milos Island Patrat Deerling Sawsbuck.png
Sawsbuck
Milos Island Basculin Alomomola.png
Alomomola
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Tornadus
Thundurus anime.png
Thundurus
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Landorus

Trivia

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ミロス島 Milos Tō From 三 mi (three) and ロス -los (the common suffix for the Forces of Nature).
English Milos Island Same as Japanese name.
French Île de Milos Same as Japanese name.
German Milos Insel Same as Japanese name.
Italian Isola di Milos Same as Japanese name.
Spanish Isla Milos Same as Japanese name.
Korean 삼로스섬 Samnoseu Seom From 삼 (三) sam and 로스 -roseu (the common suffix for the Forces of Nature).
Chinese (Mandarin) 三雲島 Sānyún Dǎo Literally "Three clouds island". Also from 雲 -yún (the common suffix for the Forces of Nature).
Polish Wyspa Milos Same as Japanese name.




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