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.

Milos Island from above

Milos Island is also known as the "Island of Legends", because an ancient legend that tells of a time when Tornadus and Thundurus wreaked havoc across the island. Landorus pleaded with the warring forces for peace, but was attack in response. A shrine maiden and a Gothita offered Landorus a Revival Herb, giving Landorus the strength to banish Thundurus and Tornadus. In honor of the gift, Landorus showered Milos Island with Revival Herb seeds. Today Milos Island remains the world's only source of Revival Herbs. Three obelisks, one on each of island, were later constructed to keep the Forces of Nature locked away.

However from The Lonely Deino! to A Call for Brotherly Love!, Team Rocket prepared their plans to capture the Forces of Nature, and destroyed each of the shrine wedges to summon them to Milos Island. In Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 1, Thundurus and Tornadus arrived on the island and began to wreak havoc.

Ash and his friends learned of the unfolding crisis after venturing to Milos to get some Revival Herbs for Driftveil Gym Leader Clay. They joined forces with Lewis, a Revival Herb harvester. Taking inspiration from the island legend, Iris, posed as a shrine maiden, and Lewis's Gothita summoned Landorus to Milos Island by Part 2. Landorus was able to calm Thundurus and Tirnadus, agains showering Milos Island with Revival Herbs as thanks.

Pokémon seen on Milos Island

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



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
Swedish Milos-ön Same as Japanese name

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