Miss Fortunes

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Miss Fortunes
ショウチクバイ Shō-Chiku-Bai
Miss Fortunes LA.png
The Miss Fortune sisters in Legends: Arceus
Leader Charm, Clover, Coin
Region Hisui
Admins None
Major targets Solaceon Ruins, Firespit Island, Primeval Grotto
Base locations Unknown

The Miss Fortunes (Japanese: ショウチクバイ Shō-Chiku-Bai), also known as the Miss Fortune sisters, are a trio of bandits from the Hisui region. As bandits, they usually steal valuable items or Pokémon. Prior to becoming bandits, they were members of the Galaxy Team, while prior to that, Clover and Coin were members of the Diamond Clan and Pearl Clan, respectively.

Members of this team have the Trainer class Bandit.

In the core series games

Pokémon Legends: Arceus

The Miss Fortune sisters are first encountered at Crimson Mirelands when the player recovers the stolen Wall Fragment from them. Their next encounter with them is at Cobalt Coastlands after the player has befriended the rideable Basculegion, stealing one of Palina's Growlithe and taking it to Firespit Island so they can evolve it. The player follows them and defeats each of the sisters, after which Palina's other Growlithe appears and evolves into Arcanine, forcing the sisters to depart. They're encountered for the third time in Primeval Grotto, wanting to steal the Origin Ore since they think it's valuable, but are driven away.

Outside of scripted encounters, each sister also has one semi-fixed spawn per map area. For example, Coin sometimes[citation needed] appears on or near the trail between Deertrack Path and Deertrack Heights in the Obsidian Fieldlands (in any weather or time of day). Each of them drops a stack of valuable items every time the player wins a battle against them during these encounters.

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring the Miss Fortunes or their Pokémon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Miss Fortunes's Pokémon
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a green background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Gengar Psychic Lost Origin TGH TG06/TG30 Dark Phantasma CHR 074/071
Other related cards
Card Type English
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Miss Fortune Sisters Su Lost Origin Uncommon 164/196 Dark Phantasma U 070/071
Lost Origin Rare Ultra 194/196 Dark Phantasma SR 087/071
Lost Origin Rare Rainbow 209/196 Dark Phantasma HR 096/071


  • The Japanese name of the group alludes to the Three Friends of Winter, an art motif popular in East Asian culture that features the three plants that persevere during the winter season: pine, bamboo, and plum. In the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese versions, each of the three members are named after the respective plants.
  • Each bandit wears a piece of clothing originating from the group that they left:


Language Name Origin
Japanese ショウチクバイ Shō-Chiku-Bai From 松竹梅 shō-chiku-bai (pine, bamboo, and plum)
English Miss Fortunes From miss, fortune, and a pun of misfortune
German Unbeugsamen Drei From unbeugsam (indomitable) and Drei (three)
Spanish Tres Malezas From tres (three) and malezas (weeds)
French Détroussœurs From détrousseur (robber) and sœurs (sisters)
Italian Florido From florido (flourishing), which contains the first syllable of Floris, Riris, and Doris
Korean 송죽매 Song-Juk-Mae From 송죽매 (松竹梅) song-juk-mae (pine, bamboo, and plum)
Chinese (Mandarin) 松竹梅 Sōng-Zhú-Méi From 松竹梅 sōng-zhú-méi / chùhng-jūk-mùih (pine, bamboo, and plum)
Chinese (Cantonese) 松竹梅 Chùhng-Jūk-Mùih
Brazilian Portuguese Irmãs Infortúnio From infortúnio(misfortune)