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From The Codex


Ladybugs also called Coccinellidae is a widespread family of small beetles ranging in size from 0.8 to 18mm (0.03 to 0.71 in). The family is commonly known as ladybirds in Britain and other parts of the English-speaking world. Entomologists prefer the names ladybird beetles or lady beetles as these insects are not classified as true bugs.

General Information

Name: Ladybugs, Coccinellidae, ladybirds, ladybird beetles, lady beetles

Origin: The Real World

Sex: Varies

Age: Varies, Can live up to 3 years old

Classification: Insect, Coccinellidae

Status: Active (Officially threatened with extinction[1])

Alignment: Unaligned (Animals have no real moral compass asides from very primitive ones, thus they fall under no true alignment as they're not inherently evil, good, or neutral)

Codex Statistics

Tier: 10-C

Cardinality: Finite

Dimensionality: 3-D

Attack Potency: Subhuman level (They prey on Aphids)

Durability: Subhuman level

Striking Strength: Subhuman Class

Lifting Strength: Below Average Human

Travel Speed: Below Average human, Superhuman flight speed (They can fly up to 37mph)

Combat Speed: Superhuman

Reaction Speed: Superhuman

Stamina: unknown

Range: Below Standard Melee

Intelligence: Animalistic

Powers and Techniques

Superhuman Speed, Small Size (Bug Sized; They are about 1 cm), Flight (Ladybugs can fly), Fragrance Manipulation (They can release a fluid from the joints of their legs, creating a foul odor), Poison Manipulation (they have a toxic effects on some small animals), Observation (Quantum Observation; Any living being or object that is capable of making measurements using any of the five senses influence reality in subtle ways, a phenomenon known as the observer effect)


Nothing Notable


Standard Tactics: Ladybugs will release fluids from the joints of their legs to create a foul odor to defend themselves

Weaknesses: Nothing Notable

Battle Records





  1. Due to habitat loss and changes in climate, ladybugs are threatened with extinction. Ladybugs are particularly sensitive to temperature changes, and will die from dehydration if they become overheated. Like most animals, the primary threat to ladybugs is the destruction of their habitat. Human development has taken an alarming toll on the environment. Impact from land use practices such as agricultural conversion, deforestation, and urban sprawl continue to degrade and fragment remaining pockets of habitat and accelerate biodiversity loss. Pesticides and other forms of pollution are also of serious concern, as well as genetically modified organisms