- If you were looking for the Trainer class, see Macro Cosmos's (Trainer class).
VS models of Macro Cosmos's employees from Pokémon Sword and Shield
Macro Cosmos (Japanese: マクロコスモス Macro Cosmos) is a large business conglomerate and an organization based in the Galar region.
In the games
Macro Cosmos has 14 known subsidiaries, each of which offer Poké Jobs.
In the anime
The logos of various Macro Cosmos subsidiaries were first seen in places such as Wyndon Station in Settling the Scorbunny! and Wyndon Stadium in Flash of the Titans!. Rose debuted in Toughing It Out!, and Macro Cosmos as a whole was first introduced in Sword and Shield, Slumbering Weald!, where Oleana, the Energy Plant, and the company's employees were first seen. The company served as the main antagonist of the Darkest Day arc, during which Rose attempted to revive Eternatus to provide Galar with limitless energy. Although his plans were ultimately foiled, both Rose and Oleana managed to get away and are currently in hiding.
Pokémon: Twilight Wings
Thus, as in games, both are seen managing problems during Pokémon League events, how to evaluate Gym Leaders and doing public relations service for the event as seen in Letter.
In Assistant, much of the company's functioning is shown during Oleana's working day.
In the manga
Macro Cosmos was first mentioned by Casey in Ooh Shiny!! Legendary Equipment as the company that developed the Dynamax Band. In Blazing!! Bede's Feelings, Casey explained to Henry that Macro Cosmos focuses on energy and air operations, insurance, and lift production control. In PASS23, a blurred version of the Macro Cosmos logo was seen.
- Macro Cosmos's logo bears a striking resemblance to that of the Pokémon Comprehensive Laboratory's logo from Detective Pikachu.
In other languages
|Japanese||マクロコスモス Macro Cosmos||From macrocosm|
|English, German, French, Italian,
|Macro Cosmos||Same as Japanese name|
|Spanish||Macrocosmos||Same as Japanese name|
|Korean||매크로코스모스 Macro Cosmos||Same as Japanese name|
|Polish||Makrokosmos||Same as Japanese name|
|Chinese (Mandarin)||馬洛科蒙 / 马洛科蒙 Mǎluò Kēméng||Partial transliteration of Japanese name|
|Chinese (Cantonese)||馬洛科蒙 Máhlok Fōmùhng|