Victini (Gates to Infinity)

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ビクティニ Victini
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Victini in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
Debuts in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
Gender Male
Ability Victory Star
Current location At Victini's V-Wheel in Paradise Center
This Pokémon is fully evolved.

Victini is a character in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity.


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He appears on the first day of the V-Wave season, when he shoots down from the sky with his V-Wheel. He lands next to the V-Wavecast (and almost on the player, his or her partner, Gurdurr, his Timburr apprentices, Quagsire, and Virizion). When they come to Victini, he poses and yells, "V-Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel!" Virizion tells the others that Victini realized the bad effects of the V-Wave and created the V-Wheel. Whenever the time comes to mention the V-Wheel, Victini will pose and shout, "V-Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel!" Virizion tells him that some Pokémon might get annoyed, so he should probably stop. Victini replies, "Okay. I'll stop. Maybe. V-Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel!"

Victini does not just run the V-Wheel; he will also show the V-Wavecast

After Emolga switches places with Dunsparce in the Magnagate and it closes, Victini tries to console the crying Pokémon by saying, "Don't worry! You can spin the V-Wheel!"


The V-Wheel is Victini's pride and joy. It is a spinner with five spaces. One has his face drawn on it. If a drawing of Victini's face is landed on, the player can change the V-Wave to whichever type they would like. More of his faces can be added.

Adding one face costs 1000Poké, two 2500Poké, three 5000Poké, and four 7777Poké.


  • The reason why the fifth face to the V-Wheel costs 7777Poké instead of ending in two zeros like the other costs, is most likely due to the fact that in Japan, the number seven is considered as a lucky number, reflecting the fact that with five faces, the V-Wheel is sure to land on one of them.

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For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Victini.

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