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Arceus and the Jewel of Life
アルセウス 超克の時空へ Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime
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Japan July 18, 2009
United States November 20, 2009
Home video
Japan December 18, 2009
United States February 1, 2011
English themes
Opening Battle Cry - (Stand Up!)
Ending If We Only Learn
This is a Beautiful World
I'll Always Remember You
Japanese themes
Opening ハイタッチ!2009
Ending 心のアンテナ
United States G
Great Britain U
Ireland ?
Canada ?
Quebec ?
Japan G
Germany ?
Australia G
New Zealand G

Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life (Japanese: 劇場版ポケットモンスター ダイヤモンド&パール アルセウス 超克時空 Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl the Movie - Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime) is the third Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl movie and the twelfth Pokémon movie overall. It is the last movie in the trilogy that started with The Rise of Darkrai and continued with Giratina and the Sky Warrior. It premiered in Japan on July 18, 2009, which was the 11th anniversary of the premiere of the first movie.

The movie's first international screening was on Cartoon Network Australia on November 6, in the United States on Cartoon Network on November 20, 2009, and in Canada on YTV on November 28, 2009. In Korea, it was released as a TV movie on December 24, 2009, and rereleased in theaters on May 31, 2023. It was released on DVD in Australia on June 2, 2010, and on Blu-ray in Australia on June 1, 2011.

Other posters and DVD covers

Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details.


A Tale Untold. A Legend Unleashed.

Get ready for the latest Pokémon movie, Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life! This final installment in a three movie story arc reveals that the Legendary Arceus is at the center of the recent disruptions in the Pokémon World. First the epic battle that threatened to tear a hole in the space-time continuum took place between Dialga and Palkia. Then Giratina, the sole defender of the Reverse World, had to take action to protect the precarious balance of its home and the Pokémon World. Now, Michina Town is at the heart of the action. The town has a long history and checkered past in relation to the mighty Arceus—after Arceus granted the townspeople some of its power as the Jewel of Life, they betrayed the Pokémon!

Ash and his friends, accompanied by their new companion Sheena, travel in time with Dialga’s help to right the mistakes of the town’s ancestors before the world crumbles under the power of Arceus’s rage. Will they be able to fix the mistakes of the past? What really happened in the past—did Sheena’s ancestors truly betray Arceus? Watch the stunning finale to the trilogy when all of the secrets of the previous two movies will be revealed!


Thousands of years in the past, the Alpha Pokémon Arceus came to Earth to retrieve the Jewel of Life that it had loaned to a man named Damos. Damos, however, betrayed Arceus and attacked it with a large army of Pokémon. After presumably killing Damos with Judgment, Arceus went to sleep, vowing to judge all humans when it next returns based on Damos's actions.

After walking through a patch of long grass Ash and his friends reach a beautiful area called Michina Town. Deciding to take the chance to relax, everyone sends out their Pokémon and make the most of the idyllic surroundings. As they are playing in the river, three watermelons float towards them. The gang looks forward to eating them when a boy named Kato and a girl named Kiko come to claim the watermelons, as they belong to them but were washed away when they were left in the river to cool. Everyone is disappointed, so Kato and Kiko make them a deal: Ash and his friends can have them if they can beat them in a Tag Battle. Taking on Kato and Kiko's Heracross and Beautifly, Ash and Dawn use Pikachu and Piplup. Although the battle is hard-fought, the teamwork between Trainers and Pokémon shines through and Ash and Dawn win but decide to share the watermelons with Kato, Kiko, and all the Pokémon. Later, Kato and Kiko recommend that they go to Michina Town's famous ruins.

Ripples start to emerge from another part of time and space, which causes a spatial distortion to open near the gang. Although Brock is able to hold on to Ash and Dawn, Pikachu and Piplup are swept away and although Piplup is able to stop the two from being immediately sucked in by using Bubble Beam to stop the momentum, it appears all is lost for the two. Suddenly a girl named Sheena arrives and calls Dialga, the Pokémon that rules over time, to come and help. Dialga saves Pikachu and Piplup from being sucked into the distortion, and after returning the Pokémon to their Trainers then uses Roar of Time to close it up. Everyone is amazed to see the Legendary Dialga hovering above them, and even more so that Sheena was able to summon and communicate with it.

Suddenly, another ripple starts to emerge from the river, and Giratina emerges from it. The Renegade Pokémon immediately attacks Dialga, still enraged over the damage done to its world. Everyone can't believe that Giratina is still after Dialga and plead with it to stop. Sheena attempts to use her special ability to touch a Pokémon's heart to reach and calm Giratina. However, Giratina is so full of rage that her attempts fail and she is caught by her partner Kevin. Ash runs towards where Giratina is battling Dialga in the river and pleads with it to stop. Giratina stares at Ash for a few seconds and remembers that Ash was the person that saved its life before. Giratina's anger dissipates, and Sheena takes the chance to reach Giratina using her powers and convinces it that Dialga has been misunderstood and shouldn't be battled. Giratina understands and immediately returns to its dimension.

Sheena and Kevin introduce themselves to everyone, and Sheena explains that she can connect with a Pokémon's heart and communicate with them. Sheena is especially curious about Ash and Pikachu, as she recalls a legend that a Thunder Creature and its master once changed the course of Michina Town's history and asks the gang to accompany her. Naturally, Brock moves in with yet another misguided romantic attempt claiming that Sheena helped to remove the pain that was caused by a scraped elbow. Unfortunately for Brock, the pain is delivered right back courtesy of Croagunk's Poison Jab. As Croagunk drags the truly hopeless romantic Brock away, suddenly another distortion appears and Dialga is caught in the resulting water spout traps Dialga and the distortion starts to drag it away. Suddenly, another portal appears, and from it emerges Palkia, the Pokémon that rules over space. Palkia uses Spacial Rend to free Dialga and close the distortion, and Sheena communicates with them both and uses her amazing powers to end the conflict between them for good. Both Pokémon, having settled their differences, return to their dimensions.

Inside the ruins, Sheena and Kevin show everyone the Time-Space Axis, which they use to monitor disruptions in the space-time continuum. With the help of the Axis, Sheena and Kevin were present when Palkia returned Alamos Town to its correct location, and also were able to investigate the glacier that was damaged during the conflict with Zero. Sheena and Kevin explain the various worlds that exist: the human world, which is supported by Giratina's Reverse World, then the Temporal and Spatial Worlds inhabited by Dialga and Palkia. They were all said to have been created by the Mythical Pokémon Arceus. Recently, Arceus has begun to awaken which has caused ripples in the space-time continuum. As a result, the Temporal and Spatial Worlds intersected with each other. Both Dialga and Palkia believed that the other had attempted to invade their territory which caused the battle that almost destroyed Alamos Town. As a result of the battle, the Reverse World was damaged causing Giratina to be drawn into the conflict. Sheena explains that she was unable to reach Giratina's heart due to it being filled with anger.

Meanwhile, at the center of space-time, Arceus awakens and begins its journey to the human world.

Although the conflict between Dialga and Palkia has been resolved, according to the Axis it is nearly time for Arceus to emerge and deliver its Judgment upon the world. Sheena tells the legend that once the planet was in danger of being destroyed by meteorites. However Arceus helped to destroy the meteorites, but in the process lost the sixteen Life Plates that normally helped it defend against any possible attack. Arceus's death appeared to be inevitable when a man named Damos helped Arceus retrieve the Plates and ensured its survival. At the time Michina Town was a desolate wasteland but Arceus, in gratitude at being saved, used five of its Plates to create the Jewel of Life which helped transform the wasteland into a paradise. Arceus put its own life at risk to create the Jewel of Life, however, when the day came that Damos was supposed to return it he instead betrayed Arceus and attacked it. He believed that returning the Jewel of Life would doom Michina Town and cause it to return to its previous state. Arceus, filled with unspeakable fury at being betrayed by Damos after risking its life to help him, destroyed the shrine but was injured so was forced to sleep and recover but it was known that eventually Arceus would return and unleash its wrath upon the planet. Sheena then tells everyone an astonishing fact; Damos is her ancestor. However, she plans to try to calm Arceus by returning the Jewel of Life which is in her possession. Suddenly the Time-Space Axis begins to chime and shake violently, signifying Arceus's reemergence.

Arceus arrives in the human world and, still filled with fury over its previous betrayal, begins to pass down its Judgment. It sends a sphere into the air, from which several energy beams emerge and begin to destroy Michina Town and the ruins. Suddenly, Arceus sees Sheena and she apologizes for Damos's despicable actions in the past and humbly returns the Jewel of Life. Arceus calms briefly before suddenly becoming even more enraged than before as it steps on the Jewel of Life shattering it into pieces. Arceus furiously tells Sheena that the Jewel of Life was made up of itself and cannot be broken; the one Sheena had possession of was a fake. Taking this as a sign that humanity cannot possibly be trusted, Arceus destroys the ruins, sending Team Rocket (who has rather grand plans of stealing the Jewel of Life and capturing Arceus) falling into the river below. Michina Town continues to crumble beneath Arceus's might until Dialga, Palkia and Giratina return to stop it. Palkia is able to subdue Arceus long enough to allow Dialga to send everyone but Kevin back in time to alter the past.

When the group arrives, they see Damos enter the temple with the Jewel of Life on a staff. Following him, they all witness as he betrays Arceus as already known, however, it becomes apparent that another man who is dressed in a red toga controls a Heatran and Bronzong wearing strange armor is also involved. Furthermore, Damos appears to be under hypnosis of some sort. When Arceus violently counterattacks, Ash and his friends nearly fall to their deaths along with Damos and the other man, but Sheena quickly prays to Dialga again and manages to get it to send them back a bit further in time.

Meanwhile, in the present day, Arceus is gaining the upper hand in its battle against the Pokémon of Myth and the strain of sending the group back in time causes Dialga to faint.

Ash, Brock, Dawn and Sheena arrive in the afternoon several hours before Damos's betrayal. A group of armed soldiers surrounds them, and the man in the toga appears with his Bronzong and has it use Hypnosis on everyone but Sheena. The girl attempts to warn him of what is going to happen, garnering the man's interest, so he orders his guards to take the others away while he interrogates Sheena.

Ash, Brock, and Dawn are thrown in a jail cell guarded by an old man and soon realize they are sharing the space with Damos, who appears jovial and in control of himself, unlike what had previously been seen. The group's initial reaction to him is overwhelmingly negative, to which he takes offense. The gang explains that they're from the future, which Ash demonstrates by briefly sending out Monferno. Damos is amazed by the Poké Ball, technology that doesn't exist in this time, and believes their story and starts to tell them his. Damos explains that in the past, he was traveling through the wasteland that was Michina Town when he witnessed the destruction of the meteor by Arceus and found it when it was nearly killed by losing the Life Plates. After searching the area, he found one of the Life Plates and returned it to the Alpha Pokémon. As a result, Arceus began to heal and all the other Life Plates were able to return to their owner, completely restoring Arceus's strength. Although Arceus was healthy, the same couldn't be said for Michina Town. The land was barren and lifeless and it appeared that Damos and the other inhabitants wouldn't survive the coming winter. Arceus, wishing to help the person that had helped it when it was near death, decided to grant Damos the use of its Plates. First, it handed over the Plates that harnessed the power of Ground, Grass and Water then bound them together with the power of Electricity and then increased their powers with the force of the Dragon and formed the Jewel of Life. With the Jewel of Life, Michina Town was soon flourishing with life. Crops were plentiful and the entire area was a beautiful sight. Arceus returned to visit and was happy to see Damos doing so much good, but explained that the Jewel of Life must be returned at the date of the next solar eclipse as its life was in danger while it was parted from any of its Life Plates. Damos then built a shrine to Michina Town's savior and ends the story insisting that he has every intention of returning the Jewel.

After hearing that they were imprisoned by a man with a Bronzong, Damos identifies him as Marcus. Thinking back, Brock realizes that Marcus and Bronzong were present at the scene of Damos's betrayal and theorizes that Marcus was the real mastermind and that he was controlling Damos through Bronzong's Hypnosis.

Marcus, meanwhile, is hosting Sheena at a dinner. She explains everything to him, that Damos is going to betray Arceus and cause the world to be placed in danger, so Marcus agrees to assist her in stopping him. He then walks over to an area obscured by his Heatran and secretly removes the Jewel of Life from its staff before presenting Sheena with the empty staff. Sheena, unknowing of Marcus's true nature, goes off willingly with him to the temple.

Just in the nick of time, a Spiky-eared Pichu that Damos had previously befriended, through use of the same ability Sheena possesses, appears and gives him the jail cell's keys so they can escape.

At the temple, the eclipse begins and Arceus enters wondering why Damos isn't the one returning the Jewel of Life. Sheena tells Arceus that Damos is not coming as he planned to betray it. Arceus is shocked that his friend would ever turn against him, and Sheena attempts to give the Jewel to it, only for Marcus to initiate the attack. However this time the attack proceeds differently, as Marcus has altered the attack plan based on Sheena's information. This time, as well as attacking Arceus with the other controlled Pokémon, he begins to pour silver water onto Arceus which instantly hardens around it. Ash's group arrives and Sheena meets Damos for the first time, while Ash confronts the true villain. He and Dawn attempt to battle Heatran and Bronzong, but both are far too powerful. Instead, he attempts to defeat Marcus with hand-to-hand combat. This also fails, but Marcus drops the Jewel. It is nearly lost but Ash manages to recover it. Meanwhile, Damos and Sheena attempt to get to Arceus, however, the two are almost killed by the silver water, but luckily Brock arrives and has Sudowoodo use Hammer Arm on the ground, creating a chasm for the water to fall into.

Arceus, meanwhile, is losing strength under the force of Marcus's attack, and without some of its Life Plates begins to die from the constant bombardment. Damos and Sheena combine their power and manage to touch the hearts of Damos' Pokémon, which are being controlled by the armor they wear. Ash and Dawn have Pikachu and Piplup destroy the armor on Heatran and Bronzong with Iron Tail and Peck. The assault frees them, and they turn on Marcus while the other Pokémon stop their attack. Marcus smugly declares that even if he fails, Arceus will still die, and the future that Ash and his friends came from will cease to exist, meaning they will no longer exist as well. True to his word, Pikachu soon vanishes, and Ash begins to vanish as well as he attempts to return the Jewel of Life to the nearly dead Arceus. Damos manages to reach the last spark of life in Arceus' heart, giving it enough strength to reabsorb the Jewel and completely recover. With Marcus's plan thwarted, Pikachu is restored to life. As the area collapses, Arceus saves the group, as well as Damos' Pokémon, freeing the Pokémon in the process, then returns Ash's group to their proper time.

Arriving back in the present day, it appears that things have become peaceful due to the changes in the past. However, this is not the case: Arceus has completely defeated Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina, and is preparing its final Judgment attack to destroy all of Michina Town. Ash cries out to it, begging it to remember that everything was fixed in the past, and just before the attack's destruction begins, Arceus remembers that this is true and halts its rampage. The changes to the past finally catch up to the present, restoring Michina Town to normal and healing the Pokémon of Myth. Later, as the sun sets over Michina Town, the gang bid farewell to Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina as they return of their dimensions. Brock is confused as Michina Town is still flourishing despite the Jewel of Life being returned, but Arceus explains that Damos and the others devoted their entire lives to making sure Michina Town remained beautiful. Also, Sheena finds a new monument upon which there is an engraving of Ash, Dawn, Brock, and Sheena as well as a message of thanks from Damos himself. Sheena begins to cry, now finally knowing the full truth about the ancestor she was ashamed of. Arceus says his goodbyes to everyone, but not before noting that for the first time it truly feels it belongs to the world they inhabit.

In the credits, it is revealed that Marcus went on to become an employee of Damos as a steward of the temple. In Alamos Town, Tonio and Alice fly in a hot air balloon while Baron Alberto attempts to follow them. Darkrai is then seen looking over the town. In a later scene, an imprisoned Zero is seen being visited by Newton Graceland and receive a copy of Infi that survived the Megarig's wreck, much to his delight. Shaymin is also seen, looking out to a sunrise with a smile. Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, and Arceus are shown in their respective worlds, finally being able to live in peace once again.

Meanwhile, Team Rocket decides to steal some watermelons, only to come across a disguised Voltorb which sends them blasting off. Ash, Dawn, and Brock continue their journey through Sinnoh.

Featured Pokémon

Arceus and the Pokémon of Myth

Major events

For a list of all major events in the anime, please see the history page.





Ash, Dawn, Brock, and their Pokémon





Ash Sarah Natochenny 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
Brock Bill Rogers Takeshi Yūji Ueda タケシ うえだ ゆうじ
Dawn Emily Jenness Hikari Megumi Toyoguchi ヒカリ 豊口めぐみ
Piplup Michele Knotz Pochama Etsuko Kozakura ポッチャマ 小桜エツ子
Jessie Michele Knotz Musashi Megumi Hayashibara ムサシ 林原めぐみ
James Billy Beach Kojirō Shin-ichiro Miki コジロウ 三木眞一郎
Meowth Billy Beach Nyarth Inuko Inuyama ニャース 犬山イヌコ
Narration Rodger Parsons Narration Unshō Ishizuka ナレーション 石塚運昇
Special appearances by
Damos Dan Green Damos Masahiro Takashima ダモス 髙嶋政宏
Sheena Evelyn Lantto Sheena Kii Kitano シーナ 北乃きい
Kevin Wayne Grayson Kevin Yūji Kishi ケビン 岸祐二
Marcus Jason Griffith Gishin Kōichi Yamadera ギシン 山寺宏一
Arceus Tom Wayland Arceus Akihiro Miwa アルセウス 美輪明宏
Spiky-eared Pichu Kayzie Rogers Gizamimi Pichu Shōko Nakagawa ギザみみピチュー 中川翔子
Tapp Bill Tost Tapp Yuzuru Fujimoto タップ 藤本譲
Kato Tom Wayland Kanta Motoko Kumai カンタ くまいもとこ
Kiko Evelyn Lantto Kako Kei Shindou カコ 真堂圭
Heatran Tom Wayland Heatran Kenta Miyake ヒードラン 三宅健太


Arceus distribution artwork

Pre-order distribution

Shiny Pichu were distributed to those who pre-ordered their movie tickets in Japan. These Pichu were later made available in GameStop stores in America, as well as over Wi-Fi for international games. These Pichu allow players to obtain the Spiky-eared Pichu when they take the Shiny Pichu to Ilex Forest.

Movie distribution

Arceus knowing Roar of Time, Spacial Rend, and Shadow Force, the signature moves of Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina, respectively, as well as Judgment, its own signature move, were distributed in theaters in Japan and Toys "R" Us stores in America. Most notably, these Arceus allow players to obtain a level 1 Dialga, Palkia, or Giratina at the Sinjoh Ruins when transferred to Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.


Main article: Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime Music Collection

Manga adaptation

Main article: Arceus and the Jewel of Life (manga)


  • This movie was released between DP135 and DP136 in Japan.
  • The director and producers went to Greece in August 2008 to use the country as a basis for the movie's fictitious setting. Among the locations they visited were the Acropolis, Mycenae, Delphi, and Metéora.
  • The movie was confirmed in Japanese cinemas in July 2008 at the end of the credits of its predecessor, Giratina and the Sky Warrior, with a teaser that showed Giratina, Dialga, and Palkia ready to battle over ruins that resemble the Spear Pillar.
  • Though it has happened to Ash's friends before, this is the first time Ash himself travels through time.
  • The longest solar eclipse in the 21st century was visible from Japan just days after the premiere of this movie, which uses the astronomical event as a herald of Arceus's approach.
  • This is the first movie that shows a Legendary Pokémon that appeared in two previous movies, in this case Dialga from The Rise of Darkrai and Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
  • This is the first movie to debut in the United States in the same year as it debuted in Japan. This makes 2009 the first year when two Pokémon movies debuted in the US.
  • Much as was standard in the original series movies, this movie's English opening is the same as the corresponding season, which has not occurred since Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.
  • This is the third movie in which Ash and his friends do not encounter Team Rocket.
  • Ash, Dawn, and Brock can be seen wearing their winter clothing briefly during the end credits. This marks the first and only time they have been seen to be wearing it since departing from Snowpoint City.
  • The scene in the credits where Team Rocket is trying to steal watermelons and coming across a disguised Voltorb is reminiscent to a scene in What You Seed is What You Get, where they were blasted off by Voltorb's evolution, Electrode.
  • Apart from its brief appearances in the prologue and end credits, Giratina only appears in its Altered Forme throughout the movie. However, its Origin Forme was seen briefly before it transformed to fight Dialga.
  • To date, this is the Pokémon movie with the longest distance between its United States premiere date and its DVD release date. It premiered in the United States on November 20, 2009, and was released on DVD on February 1, 2011, fourteen and a half months later.
  • Despite the movie airing in 1080i high-definition in the US, the actual US movie release is only in DVD format which is only in 480p standard-definition.
  • As of this movie, every single Pokémon in Generations I to IV has appeared in either an anime episode or a movie, except for Porygon's evolved forms, which wouldn't appear until three years later.
  • The Japanese title card refers to the movie as (Japanese: 劇場版ポケットモンスター ダイヤモンド&パール・プラチナ アルセウス 超克時空 Pocket Monsters Diamond & Pearl Platinum the Movie - Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime).


  • When Jessie holds the Jewel of Life in her hand after discovering it in the staff, during their fall, the Jewel of Life is reattached to the staff.
  • When Spiky-eared Pichu, Pikachu and Piplup are sneaking around on the beams, when they come to the beams over the silver water, one shot shows Piplup edging its way next to the wall, but the next shot shows it on the middle of the beam over the silver water.
  • As Arceus is shining in a green color, removing the armor of the Pokémon, an Electrike and Nosepass are seen in the place of Manectric and Probopass, making it look as if the Pokémon had devolved.
  • When Ash and his friends first go back in time, Sheena tells them that they went back to when Damos made his promise to Arceus. The day they went back to however, was when he betrayed Arceus.
  • Among the Pokémon attacking Arceus with Shock Wave were Baltoy and Claydol, despite both being unable to legally learn the move.
  • Giratina uses two different colored Will-O-Wisps, one is red and the other is blue.
  • When the movie was broadcast on German TV, the credits were omitted.
  • In the Brazilian Portuguese dub, when Sheena is talking to Giratina after it calms down, she says Dialga instead of Giratina.
  • In the Polish dub, when Ash asks about the Michina Ruins, Kiko's voice is absent.
    • Also, when Team Rocket watches Ash and his friends at the lake, Jessie's first sentence is also absent.

Dub edits

  • High Touch! 2009 is replaced by Battle Cry - (Stand Up!) as the opening theme.
  • In the English language dub of the film, Arceus's line of "Prepare for Judgment!" as it uses Judgment is changed to "Prepare for justice!". This edit was very likely done to avoid a religious reference.
  • Antenna of the Heart is replaced by If We Only Learn, This is a Beautiful World, and I'll Always Remember You as the ending themes.
  • In the original Japanese version, Brock calls Dialga and Palkia "Pokémon who are called like a God". In the English dub, he just refers to them as Legendary Pokémon. This edit was likely done to avoid religious connotations.
    • In the English dub, Jessie refers to them as the "Time-Space Pokémon".
  • In the original Japanese version, Brock holds Sheena's hand when he talks about love with her. This is removed in the English dub.
  • In the English dub, Arceus says that the Jewel of Life cannot break at all. In the original Japanese version, Arceus says that it doesn't break as easily as it did.
  • In the English dub, while talking to Damos about his betrayal of Arceus, Dawn says that everyone in Michina believes he is evil. In the original Japanese version, it is stated that only Ash and his friends found him to be a bad man.
  • In the original Japanese version, after Ash and his friends return to the present day, Arceus recognizes Ash when it sees him. In the English dub, Arceus initially wonders who he is.

In other languages

External links

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