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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Base entry for the Pretty Cure franchise. Created by Izumi Todo (a pseudonym for the people at Toei Animation, who also created Ojamajo Doremi).This is a Cash Cow Franchise metaseries created Anime First by Toei Animation and spanning many an Alternate Continuity. The basic formula is as follows: first, a parallel world of fairies is attacked and conquered by an evil invading force. As a last resort, this world sends one or more fairy representatives to Present Day Earth, a place which holds a MacGuffin that the evil force needs next. There, the fairies bestow their magical power upon a number of ordinary school girls, who must then Save Both Worlds when the evil force arrives.The series distinguishes itself from other Magical Girl series in the high quantity of physical fighting and Postmodernism included, and in the earliest seasons, through the dynamic of having two central main characters who can only transform and use their most powerful abilities in tandem. The series focuses heavily on The Power of Friendship and Slice of Life moments that lead to Character Development between the lead characters.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The various seasons are:
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Villain: Exit, Stage Left
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Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Some villains lack the power to teleport. Instead, they hide themselves and slip away unnoticed after their Monster of the Week is defeated.
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Secret Identity
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Secret Identity: It's interesting to note that while the Pretty Cure hide their dual lives from their non-Cure friends and family, the villains usually learn their real identities right away. Given that the one time the Cures blew their secret identities to their families (Fresh, if you're wondering) said families got so worried they almost locked the girls in their houses the day of the final battle, it's probably for the best. Sometimes other reasons are given, like how Maho Girls PreCure has Liko not wanting to ruin the reputation of the legendary magicians by revealing one of them is the resident Inept Mage... and then Hugtto! Pretty Cure does away with pretenses and has Harry fully admit it's just because being mysterious makes you seem cooler. In Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure, Lala tries to keep her Pretty Cure identity a secret from her family on planet Saman, but when it's revealed, they have no issue and actually take it in stride.
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Creator Cameo
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Creator Cameo: Mayu Kudou, singer of several Pretty Cure themes from Yes! Pretty Cure 5 to Suite Pretty Cure ♪, has cameoed twice. Once in Yes! Pretty Cure 5 with the ending singer Kanako Miyamoto, and again in HeartCatch Pretty Cure! with the opening singer Aya Ikeda. Oddly enough, both animated versions of Mayu look completely different from each other (the different art styles not helping matters).
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Annoying Younger Sibling
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Annoying Younger Sibling: Not in general and usually downplayed. Played straight with Ryouta Misumi. Souta Minamino is a milder example.
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Bloodless Carnage
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Bloodless Carnage: Despite the fierce battle scenes, blood rarely appears, with one of the few examples being in the 20th episode of HeartCatch Pretty Cure!, when Cobraja's face was cut by one of his reflected cards. At one point in the DokiDoki! PreCure movie, Matthew in dog form clamps down on Mana in Cure Heart form and gores her shoulder up. It's quite gruesome, even by most children's anime standards.
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Trailers Always Spoil
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Trailers Always Spoil: New Cure? New power? If it's not in the title, it's in the next episode preview. Fresh Pretty Cure!, Suite Pretty Cure ♪, and DokiDoki! PreCure went one step farther and showed that a new Cure would be arriving in earlier episode previews. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! didn't even bother trying to hide its Sixth Rangers, who appeared in the Title Sequence. Of course it helps that said cure was the second Cure to make an appearance.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star, DokiDoki! PreCure, and especially Heart Catch Pretty Cure and Hugtto! Pretty Cure the darkest series in the franchise, though all of them have their dark moments. None of the series lose their humorous aspects in spite of this, though.
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Fighting Series
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Fighting Series: You wouldn't expect a mahou shoujo series to be one of these, but the Pretty Cure series pulls it off with aplomb.
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Morphic Resonance
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Pop can also transform into anything, but with Morphic Resonance.
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Terrible Trio
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Terrible Trio: Almost every Quirky Miniboss Squad has a main trio that is normally led by The Dragon, unless one of them is the dragon. The villainous trio is usually more active than the leader. Furthermore, there is a Smurfette Principle in every trio (except one). Futari wa Pretty Cure has the Seeds of Darkness: Juna, Regine and Belzei Gertrude the leader. Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart has the Four Guardians with Circulas, Uraganos and Viblis as the main trio who even die together. The leader Baldez rarely shows up. Yes! Pretty Cure 5 has Bunbee's three subordinates Girinma, Gamao and Arachnea. Though, they never work as a trio. After they are killed, they are replaced by Bunbee himself, Hadenya and Bloody. Those three are "led" by Kawarino. Fresh Pretty Cure! has the three Labyrinth agents Eas, Westar and Soular, but none of them is the leader. Later, Eas is replaced by Northa who takes the leadership. HeartCatch Pretty Cure! has the Desert Apostle Generals Sasorina, Kumojacky and Cobraja, with Sabaku as their superior. Suite Pretty Cure ♪ has Trio the Minor, led by Siren. She is temporarily replaced by Bassdrum for a few episodes before returning as leader. After Siren's Heel–Face Turn, Bassdrum takes the leadership most of the time, Baritone becomes the leader for two episodes before being replaced by Bassdrum again, and finally Falsetto takes the final leadership. Smile Pretty Cure! has the Bad End Generals Wolfrun, Akaoni and Majorina. Their superior is Joker. DokiDoki! PreCure has the Selfish Trio: Ira, Marmo and Bel. Their new leader Regina steals their spotlight. Later, Leva and Gula are introduced, but they don't work with the trio. At the end of the series, Bel tries to perform a Dragon Ascendant. Emphasis on tries. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! has the Phantom Generals: Namakelda, Hoshiwa, and Oresky. In a bit of a twist, they don't have a leader; Phantom prefers to work alone, and Deep Mirror is an adviser to the Big Bad. It's also implied there are other Generals working around the world; one appears during the Hawaii episode. Go! Princess Pretty Cure has the Three Musketeers: Close, Lock and Shut. Their leader, Twilight, only appears after Close dies. The role of leader passes to Shut after Twilight's Heel–Face Turn, and then passes to Close after he comes Back from the Dead. Close then creates Stop and Freeze, becoming the leader of his own trio. Maho Girls PreCure has the Dark Magicians Batty, Sparda and Gamettsu. Their superior is Yamoh. Deusmast has his own trio as well. Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode averts this, only two of Noir’s minions work around the same time to fight the Cures- Julio and Bibury in the first half, and Glaive and Elisio in the second half. Hugtto! Pretty Cure has the villains work in threes with Listol guiding them- Charalit, Ruru, and Papple in the first half, and Dr. Traum, Jelos, and Bishin in the second half. Daigan doesn’t qualify because he ends up becoming a Bait-and-Switch Boss. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure has Kappard, Tenjo, and Aiwarn with Galogre commanding them. When Aiwarn is deported from the team, Galogre ends up taking the third spot.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: Happens very often. Futari wa Pretty Cure: The Dotzuko Zone like brainwashing people, including Yoshimi Takenouchi-sensei in Episode 3. Yes! Pretty Cure 5: The whole Palmier Kingdom was brainwashed and enslaved by Nightmare. Later, four of the five Cures and Milk were brainwashed by Kawarino for a short time. Fresh Pretty Cure!: After Labyrinth had captured Infinity, Moebius brainwashed the people from other parallel worlds including Earth. HeartCatch Pretty Cure!: Professor Sabaaku who has been revealed as Yuri's father was brainwashed by Dune, and the Desert Apostle Generals were actually Anthropomorphic Personification corrupted Heart Flowers of three humans. Suite Pretty Cure ♪: Mephisto, the king of Major Land, was brainwashed by Noise. Then, Mephisto created Minor Land and brainwashed Siren and the members of Trio the Minor. Even after his Heel–Face Turn, the remaining villains were still brainwashed by Noise. Waon and Seika were both brainwashed by Noise, too. Smile Pretty Cure!: The Bad End Generals were brainwashed by Joker. DokiDoki! PreCure: Regina is brainwashed by her father King Jikochuu after she underwent her Heel–Face Turn. King Jikochuu himself was corrupted by Proto-Jikochuu. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!: The entire Phantom Kingdom is brainwashed by Deep Mirror/Red. Go! Princess Pretty Cure: Twilight and Lock are brainwashed by Dyspear in their final battles. Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode: Elisio likes brainwashing people (especially Gelato). He goes so far as to brainwash the entire world after becoming Big Bad.
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Title Drop
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Title Drop: The Pretty Cures always announce the title of the series after a group transformation (though prior to Yes! Pretty Cure 5 it was just "Futari wa Pretty Cure"). Splash Star worked the subtitle into an attack name: Spiral Heart Splash Star.
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The Chick
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The Chick: Mostly the yellow Cures: Shiny Luminous, Cure Lemonade, Cure Pine, Cure Muse, Cure Peace Cure Rosetta, Cure Honey, Cure Twinkle, and Cure Macaron.
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The Movie
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In The Movie of Yes! Pretty Cure 5, the girls and the mascots visit "Princess Land", a theme park where the female patrons all get to wear ballgowns and pretend they're princesses. As you would expect, it seems to be a very popular place.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: Nagisa and Honoka. Saki and Mai. Nozomi and Rin. Komachi and Karen. Love and Setsuna, literally. Tsubomi and Erika. Hibiki and Kanade. Siren and Hummy. Nao and Reika. Mana and Rikka. Megumi and Hime, Mirai and Riko. Akira and Yukari may as well avert the "heterosexual" bit. Emiru and Ruru, Henri and Masato. Hikaru and Lala. Another from Maho Girls PreCure, Kouchou and Kushe. Yes, you better believe it.
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Voluntary Shapeshifting
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Voluntary Shapeshifting: Some mascots can transform into humans: Coco, Natts, Milk, Syrup, Coupe, Siren, Pop, Candy, Dabyi Charle, Raquel, Lance, Miss Siamour, the Elder and Pekorin, Harry all have this ability naturally. Most of them have another identity as humans: Coco/Koji Kokoda, Natts/Natsu, Milk/Kurumi Mimino, Syrup/Shiro Amai, Coupe/"Sora Hanasaki", Siren/Ellen Kurokawa, Candy/Royale Candy, Dabyi/DB, Kirarin/Ciel Kirahoshi, Pikario/Rio Kuroki. Pop can also transform into anything, but with Morphic Resonance. Mepple, Mipple, Pollun, Flappy, Choppy, Charle, Raquel, Lance and Dabyi can transform into Transformation Communes. Lullun can transform into the Miracle Commune, Milk could transform into a device, too (for the attack Five Explosion). Syrup can transform into a giant flying penguin. Chypre, Coffret and Potpourri can transform into flight capes. Melan can transform into a dragon. In Go! Princess Pretty Cure, Puff and Aroma get this power at the end of the series. Many villains have this ability, most notably the Yes! Pretty Cure 5 and Yes Pretty Cure 5 GoGo! villains.
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In the Name of the Moon
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In the Name of the Moon: It's a Magical Girl franchise, after all.
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How Do I Shot Web?
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There's also the tendency of this trope appearing when the main Cure is just figuring out how their new powers work. AKA the "Holy-Crap-I-Can-Jump-This-High" Maneuver.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: The lead character will, shortly after her first transformation, jump into the air and go much, much higher than she expected. This gag has been reused across different seasons and continuities for years. Another recurring gag is that the mascot will typically introduce itself to the lead character by crashing into her face. Fresh Pretty Cure! was the first series to name the basic attacks "Doublenote Triple, Quadruple Precure Kick/Punch". Later series call these less often, but these kicks/punches come back with varied or changed names. There is no other team more physically capable than Cure Black and Cure White. Even though later seasons toned down the violence, whenever it comes to the original duo, they still keep their original level of physical power in later appearances.
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Has its own page here.
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Spiritual Successor
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Spiritual Successor: The franchise on the whole appears to be this to the Magical Girl entries of Toei Fushigi Comedy Series, Sailor Moon, and most apparently Ojamajo Doremi (Heartcatch has the same character designer as Ojamajo). It may also be one to Dragon Ball, especially the first few seasons.
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Gratuitous English
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When it comes to Cures, at least, the Gratuitous English, French, and Italian tends to mitigate this. The lone exception is Hugtto! Pretty Cure's キュアマシェリ, a Japanese translation of the French phrase "ma chérie". Since the phrase is technically two words but all other Cures have one word names, fans are inconsistent on how it should actually be romanized. "Cure Macherie" and "Cure Ma'cherie" are both common, while "Cure Ma Chérie" is used by a smaller subset.
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Pink Heroine
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Pink Heroine: In fact, every team has a member in pink, and more often than not she's the leader, similar to Super Sentai with red.
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Student Council President
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Student Council President: Considering the middle school setting of the Cures, some Cures are presidents themselves, such as Karen, Itsuki, Minami, and Madoka. Reika starts out as vice-president, and gets elected into the real deal late in the series. Mana is a main character and a Student Council President to boot.
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Fusion Dance
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Fusion Dance: Some villains fuse with the Monsters of the Week to get stronger. There are even special items for this like the Dark Bracelets or special monster types like Hyper Akanbe and the Beast Mode. Mugen Silhouette is the fusion of the four Pretty Cures and their three mascots. Some of the villains fuse with each other. The Giant is the fusion of the Seeds of Darkness. Yadokhan and Isohgin have a fusion as their true form. Northa and Klein can fuse into a humanoid dragon. And Leva and Gula fuse into one being. In Maho Girls PreCure, Batty fuses with the wands of his defeated comrades to achieve the same result.
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Evolving Credits: Very common for the franchise as a whole. This happens whenever a Sixth Ranger appears in the show.
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Arch-Enemy
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Arch-Enemy: Many seasons feature villains who often confront certain heroines more often than anybody or one of them has a specific relationship with the other. Sometimes It's Personal, and some of the arch-enemies are in fact friends to the heroines, which makes the conflict even more personal. Futari wa Pretty Cure: Kiriya was this to Cure White, because of his confused feelings towards her. In the end, their friendship was so strong that he refused to fight her and accepted punishment from Jaaku King. He later saves her and Cure Black from the villains in the end. Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star: The Kiryuu twins, Michiru and Kaoru, were this to Cure Bloom and Cure Egret, for a similar reason like above. Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!: Anacondy, who really hates Flora, is this to Milky Rose, who resembles Flora. Fresh Pretty Cure!: Eas was this to Cure Peach, and she developed a growing grudge against her while forging a friendship with her at the same time. Their relationship was the basis for her Heel–Face Turn. Because of this, Westar is this to Cure Passion, due to his belief in her loyalty to Labyrinth. Soular is also this to Cure Berry, mostly in the later part of the series. HeartCatch Pretty Cure!: Dark Precure is this to Cure Moonlight, to her massive hatred towards Moonlight. And Played With in regards to the Desert Apostle Generals, where it is hard to recognize a relationship with them and the heroines. Cobraja fits this to Cure Sunshine, but Sasorina and Kumojacky often zigzag between two heroines, respectively. Suite Pretty Cure ♪: Siren was this to Hummy. They were former friends, but Hummy became the singer of Major Land that year, which made her envious and easily brainwashed. Smile Pretty Cure!: Due to being Foils, Wolfrun is this to Cure Happy and Cure Sunny, Akaoni to Cure Peace, Majorina to Cure March, and Joker to Cure Beauty. DokiDoki! PreCure: Because of their friendship, Regina is this to Cure Heart and was destined to be this to Cure Ace. Ira is the arch-enemy to Cure Diamond because of their kind of romantic relationship. Marmo is also an arch-enemy to Cure Rosetta and she's usually the first villain to learn Rosetta's Took a Level in Badass moments. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!: Phantom was initially this to Cure Fortune, from whom he took an important person. Afterward, his rivalry was transferred to Cure Honey. Go! Princess Pretty Cure has an odd variation: The villain Shut has a grudge against Cure Scarlet, but also acts rather Tsundere towards her. This is because he fell in love with Scarlet before her Heel–Face Turn. There is also a more convential example with Close and Cure Flora. Hugtto! Pretty Cure: Bicine is this to Harry, due to his betrayal. He later becomes one to Homare, since they both harbor feelings towards Harry that they know he'll never return. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure: Kappard is this to Cure Milky, Tenjo to Cure Soleil, Aiwarn to Cure Cosmo and Galogre is loosely this to Cure Selene due to them being Not So Different to each other. Leaving Cure Star the only one without one.
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Dancing Theme
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Dancing Theme: Every season has one Ending Theme with dancing; from 2009 onward, CGI dancing themes have become the norm. The CGI has gotten increasingly prettier, too, with some of the endings approaching movie quality.
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The Smart Guy
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The Smart Guy: Only those who doesn't have a double role. Mostly the blue Cures: Cure Aqua, Cure Moonlight, Cure Beauty, Cure Diamond. Cure Custard, a yellow Cure, is an exception.
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Save Both Worlds
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Save Both Worlds: Most plots involve saving the mascots' homeworld as well as Earth, although there are exceptions, like Heartcatch and Maho Girls.
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Recruit Teenagers with Attitude
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Recruit Teenagers with Attitude: Pretty formulaic to the Pretty Cure. Fairy retreats from attacked homeland, picks up inexperienced teens to become Precure. HeartCatch Pretty Cure! does look like this at first, but later reveals it to be an aversion, with Heroic Lineage in play. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! twists the formula a little bit, as there is no fairy world. Instead, a Pretty Cure flees her homeland when the monsters attack. When she has trouble fighting back, the Big Good lets her pick a partner. (It's later explained that the Big Good actually spreads Transformation Trinkets throughout the world.) Maho Girls PreCure averts this as there are (initially) no fairies and they became Cures after finding the Macguffin instead.
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Strictly Formula
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Strictly Formula: Not just individual episodes, but the series themselves. Some of the formulae below only apply to pre-Fresh seasons and some only to Fresh and after, since that season discarded a lot of franchise traditions in favour of new ones. This became particularly jarring from 2009 to 2011, which always had four-girl teams and a "cheat code" item appear at a late point to give the girls a new attack or set of costumes. In all series, seasons, holidays, and school events (culture festival, sports meet, etc.) roughly line up with the real world according to episode airdates. This requires a little chronological fudging, as Pretty Cure series run from February to January but reflect the April to March Japanese school year. Notable is that around episodes 20-24 (usually 23) something plot-related always happens, usually the appearance of a Sixth Ranger or the Mid-Season Upgrade. Plot important episodes also happen mostly during the Episode 30 mark where they get another upgrade (usually a Team Attack including the Sixth Ranger), and the Episode 40 mark (sometimes another team member or an improvement of their team attack). Certain plots also may happen once per season, such as two of the Cures having a disagreement and nearly triggering the team's break-up. This one in particular is known as the "Episode 8 Curse" and is most common in the pre-Fresh seasons. An episode will feature one member of the team getting a real or imagined opportunity in acting/modeling/music/etc., with implications that they'll leave the area and cease all magical girl activities. Never actually happens. There is a variation of this formula in Go! Princess Pretty Cure. Kirara did the normal variation where she screwed her overseas modeling chance to save a Victim of the Week, but is then offered a bigger one at cost of eventually leaving Japan to Paris. She accepts. But her departure only happens at the end of the series, so she can still fight for the remainder of the series. Most of the villains in Fresh and after will make a Heel–Face Turn by the end of the show by either purification (Desert Apostles, Noise, Pierrot's Three Subordinates), turning traitor (Westar and Souler, Regina, Shut, Lock), or flat out becoming a Pretty Cure themselves during the turnpoint of the season (Setsuna, Ellen and Towa). It also seems that, from Fresh onwards, the first villain in the group to appear is the one who does a Heel–Face Turn first. Ellen and Setsuna, while Sasorina gets purified first out of Heartcatch's villains. Smile is an exception, as all three members of the Quirky Miniboss Squad are purified at the same time. Doki Doki inverts this with Regina, who is the last villain to make an appearance. Also Inverted in that Regina is immediately brainwashed back to the side of evil afterwards... before finally joining as an 11th-Hour Ranger. Happiness Charge is also an inversion, as Phantom is last general to be introduced, and the first to be purified. A similar inversion also happened in Go Princess, Twilight was the last sentient villain (Stop & Freeze were basically upgraded Zetsuborg with little sentience or personality) introduced and then quickly purified into Towa and became Cure Scarlet. There will be an episode/arc where the series' Fairy / Non-Human Sidekick get kidnapped and the Pretty Cures have to rescue them. There will also be an episode or arc where the newest or youngest fairy runs away; sometimes it's combined with the above. The 41st episode is often focused on a yellow character: Urara (plus Komachi), Inori, Fary, Yayoi, and Alice. Christmas or New Year's is usually used to kickstart the final arc of the series, so prepare for a Mood Whiplash from what seems to be An Asskicking Christmas to quickly get world-endingly worse.
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Power Makes Your Voice Deep
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Power Makes Your Voice Deep: Honoka, Nozomi and Kotoha have high-pitched voices, but after their transformations, their voices become noticeably deeper. Justified with Aguri, who transforms into her Older Alter Ego, so her voice becomes naturally deeper.
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The Good Kingdom
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The Good Kingdom: The Garden of Light, the Land of Fountains, the Palmier Kingdom, the Sweets Kingdom, Major Land, Märchenland, the Trump Kingdom, the Blue Sky Kingdom, and the Hope Kingdom. Several more appear in the movies.
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Festival Episode
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Festival Episode: With Matsuri as the most common one.
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Villain Teleportation
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Villain Teleportation: Most teleport away whenever they lose.
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Power Gives You Wings
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Power Gives You Wings: Most of the Movie Upgrades and most of them are later adapted to the respective series.
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Becoming the Mask
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Becoming the Mask: If you masquerade as a student at the school your enemies go to like Kiriya or the Kiryuu twins did, or as a friend to someone who's supposed to be your enemy like Setsuna did, you've completed your first step toward a full-blown Heel–Face Turn. Returned once more in Hugtto! Pretty Cure where Ruru infiltrates the Nono household to spy on the Cures, only to slowly being "befriended" by the Cures. Ironically hilarious as she is voiced by Yukari Tamura of Lyrical Nanoha fame.
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Tagalong Kid
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Tagalong Kid: Ako and Aguri. Both are in elementary schools. Subverted though, Ako became a Cure before Hibiki and Kanade, and Aguri is The Mentor.
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Beach Episode
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Beach Episode: Not for fanservice, owing to the target demographic. The girls rarely wear swimsuits or really swim at all. There is a rare case where Karen wears a modest swimsuit at a swimming pool (still in the Beach Episode), but she doesn't swim either. Go! Princess Pretty Cure actually does it twice; the first time, they're deep-sea diving in wetsuits, and the other time, they're actually in swimsuits prepared to swim. Towa is hydrophobic, though, so she keeps diverting their attention. Maho Girls PreCure finally broke both traditions as all the main cast are not only are in their swimsuits, but actually jumped into the sea (except Riko). There's even a drama CD serving as a prequel where they went shopping for said swimsuits. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure has this, but with a twist. The cast doesn't visit a beach, but an entire planet made out of water. So in order to properly navigate it, they transform into mermaids using magical pearls.
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Alternate Continuity
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Alternate Continuity: Generally speaking, each season is this to all other seasons, outside of the non-canon All Stars movies serving as a Bat Family Crossover. Hugtto! Pretty Cure makes things a little confusing, as Cure Black and Cure White are assumed to be refugees from an alternate universe, only for it to established later on as time travel, implying that all of the Pretty Cure series do take place in the same continuity. Given that Hugtto also involves alternate timelines, however, anything goes. It's likely that the writers didn't think too hard about it.
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Stock Sound Effects
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Stock Sound Effects: The little pings and rings heard throughout the transformation sequences are repeated across all the Pretty Cure series, to the point that they're practically an entire series of Signature Sound Effects.
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PostModernism
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Postmodernism: One of the most unusual aspects for a mainstream magical girl series that isn't a full deconstruction of the genre.
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Big Good
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Big Good: Almost every season has a character who supports the heroines and possess great, mystical powers. They are usually, royals or are even divine and they tend to be in trouble, like being Sealed Good in a Can. Their presence is feared by the villains. If there are more than one, the one who is the queen or goddess(-like) is the more important one for the setting. Futari wa Pretty Cure and Futari wa Pretty Cure MaX Heart: The Queen of the Garden of Light. Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star: Princess Filia. Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!: Flora. And the four rulers, King Donuts, Queen Bavarois, Princess Crepe and King Montblanc could qualify. HeartCatch Pretty Cure!: Kaoruko Hanasaki alias the former Cure Flower, who is the only human example. Suite Pretty Cure ♪: Aphrodite. Otokichi Shirabe as well. They are later joined by Mephisto. Smile Pretty Cure!: Royale Queen. DokiDoki! PreCure: Princess Marie-Ange. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!: Blue, who is male and God. Go! Princess Pretty Cure: Kanata, who is another male. Maho Girls PreCure: The Headmaster, yet another male. Mother Rapapa qualifies as well. Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode: Lumiere. Elisio gets her, too. Hugtto! Pretty Cure: Mother Heart. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure: The 12 Star Princesses. They're actually a case of Sealed Good in a Can, and the season's premise is to find them all.
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Aloof Ally
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Aloof Ally: Milky Rose, Cure Muse, Cure Beat (for a few episodes), Cure Sword, Cure Ace and Cure Fortune.
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Conveniently Seated
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Conveniently Seated: Most of the lead characters sit in window seats. Though, only one of them sits in the traditional anime/manga infamous seat: the second seat from the back, next to the window side. In Futari wa Pretty Cure and its sequel, Nagisa sits in the window seat of the third back row... the class seems to be bigger than other examples. The third main character Hikari sits in the infamous seat in her class. In Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star, Saki sits in the infamous seat. In Yes! Pretty Cure 5 and its sequel, Nozomi and Rin sit in the second front row, so the camera can catch them and their teacher Kokoda/Coco. Sometimes, they sit near to the window - they sit on benches. However, the windows are too high and nobody can look out of the windows. In Fresh Pretty Cure! and HeartCatch Pretty Cure!, the respective lancers Setsuna and Erika sit in the last seat along the windows, while the heroines Love and Tsubomi sit next to their right side. In Suite Pretty Cure ♪, Smile Pretty Cure!, and DokiDoki! PreCure, the respective heroines Hibiki, Miyuki, and Mana, sit in the last seat along the windows. Akane, Miyuki's lancer sit in the infamous seat. In Maho Girls PreCure, initially it was Mirai seating in the last seat along the window with her lancer, Liko, sitting in the infamous seat. Then at the halfway point, when Kotoha joins the class, she was placed right behind Mirai, making Mirai's seat the infamous seat. In Healin' Good♡Pretty Cure, the main character Nodoka, sits in the last seat along the window, with Hinata (Cure Sparkle) in the infamous seat. Conveniently, Chiyu (Cure Fountaine) sits on the right of Nodoka.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: See examples here.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: While the elements of the series have stayed consistent for quite a while since the first season (Power of Friendship being a main theme, as well as hard-hitting physical attacks, over-the-top action scenes, and well-done Slice of Life and character drama), the first few seasons (particularly the original, Max Heart, and Splash Star especially) got into quite a few dark and relatively down to earth themes compared to later seasons on a whole (with some exceptions such as Heartcatch). Fight scenes weren't quite as over the top and flashy compared to later seasons as well, preferring more straight forward grit and bone-crunching attacks, and the animation style and coloration feel a bit more gritty and realistic compared to the fanciful colors of later seasons. Hair and eye colors on a whole tended to be more realistic, even when a character transformed. The reasons for this is the result of Moral Guardians, who hounded the original series for its rather high level of violence for a show whose demographic was little girls, as well as Nagisa's midriff-baring outfit from the first season (this aspect has eased up a bit since Yes! Pretty Cure 5). The All-Stars movies hit this as well, seeing as they're made around the time they're starting up the new series. Thus, some characters end up acting completely different from how they are in-series.
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The Big Guy
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The Big Guy: Cure Mint, Cure Berry (who was The Lancer before Cure Passion joined), Cure Sunshine, Cure Beat (also a Smart Guy), Cure March, Cure Ace, Cure Fortune (also a Smart Guy), Cure Gelato, Cure Etoile (she is the Pretty Cure of Strength, after all) and Cure Soleil.
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Superhero Prevalence Stages
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Superhero Prevalence Stages: Most seasons are the Early Stage: Each features a single team, with at most six members and no crossovers. The first Pretty Cure All Stars movie heralds the Middle Stage: a Bat Family Crossover featuring characters from the six seasons screening up to that point (a total of 14 heroines). A new movie is made every year, incorporating the team from that season (and Sixth Rangers from the previous season who had not been introduced when the last movie was released). By the time of the fifth movie (coinciding with the tenth season, DokiDoki! PreCure), there are 32 Cures, and at one point in Doki Doki Precure, one of the villains comments that at this rate it won't be long before there are a hundred. It is worth noting that these movies are not considered canon. This also applies to Hugtto! Pretty Cure, which establishes that all of the Cures (up to that point, around 60) are in danger thanks to the season's time-traveling villain. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! has a Late Stage, with Pretty Cures operating worldwide. It only applies to that season, however, due to the general Alternate Continuity nature of the main series.
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Good Old Fisticuffs
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Good Old Fisticuffs: A lot of action series could learn a thing or two from how these girls dish it out.
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The Dragon
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The Dragon: Every Big Bad has a Dragon, the most competent one of the underlings. Some Dragons are replaced by other Dragons, but these guys are the final Dragons who are the most loyal, often the most evil, most powerful, most dangerous, and most successful underlings. Jaaku King has Baldez. Illkubo might also qualify. Akudaikan has Gohyan. Actually, Gohyan has Akudaikan. Desparaia has Kawarino. The Director has Anacondy. Moebius has Northa and Klein who fuse into one being. Dune has Sabaaku who has Dark Precure as his own Dragon. Noise has Falsetto. Pierrot has Joker. King Jikochuu has Regina. Both of them are given Heel Face Turns. Bel then tries to pull a Dragon Ascendant but is then taken over. Queen Mirage has Phantom. Both are just pawns of Deep Mirror/Red. Dyspear has Twilight, though later on it's switched to Lock, and then firmly held by Close. Maho Girls PreCure has a variation. Dokurokshe's top servant Yamoh isn't The Dragon, he's just a Non-Action Guy Number Two. After Dokurokushe is destroyed, Yamoh pulls a Dragon Their Feet and goes after the Cures personally. Deusmast is a bit more simple- his is Labut. Noir has Elisio, who, as mentioned above, decides to betray him and become the main villain near the end. President George Kurai has Listol, his secretary. He ends up being the last obstacle the Cures face before George along with Bishin, a simple member of the Quirky Miniboss Squad who shares much in common with him. Darknest has Galogre, who is trying his best to resurrect his master so they can recreate the universe In Their Own Image. Darknest does, however, give the Quirky Miniboss Squad a power-up from time to time. Eventually, Galorge succeeds in partially bringing Darknest back at the halfway point. When Darknest reveals herself as the Ophiuchus Star Princess, who destroyed his planet and intends to do the same to the rest of the universe, he switches sides and aids the Cures in defeating her.
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"Sesame Street" Cred: A few celebrity voice artists have worked on this franchise: Kanako Miyamoto and Mayu Kudou, who sing songs for the franchise, appear together in an episode of Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!. Mayu also appeared with Aya Ikeda in the fashion show episode of Heart Catch Pretty Cure. Interestingly, Kanako herself would voice a character who was an Idol Singer like she was in Doki Doki Pretty Cure, Makoto Kenzaki, also known as Cure Sword, and would later voice herself in Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode alongside Yuri Komagata, who sang that show's opening theme. Fresh Pretty Cure! features a cameo from the manzai group Audrey. Smile Pretty Cure! would do the same thing with manzai act FUJIWARA. Singer and veteran seiyuu Megumi Hayashibara played Nico in Smile Pretty Cure's Non-Serial Movie. The late Karl Lagerfeld appeared on a fashion-show themed episode of Go! Princess Pretty Cure. AKB48 member Mayu Wantanabe appears in the Halloween Episode of Maho Girls PreCure. Idol Yui Ogura played Cure Etoile in Hugtto! Pretty Cure, while news anchor Mizuki Yamamoto played an animated version of herself in the 15th anniversary movie produced for that season, Hugtto! Pretty Cure Futari wa Pretty Cure: All Star Memories. In Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure, Cure Star is played by Denpagumi Inc idol Eimi Naruse, while singer and voice actress Sumire Uesaka plays the Sixth Ranger Cure Cosmo. Both girls also sing like the people who voice them (while both sing to to transform, Cure Cosmo also has a secret life as an idol named Mao). Soma Saito as Lala's brother Lolo was officially promoted as this. Aoi Yūki plays Cure Grace in Healin' Good♡Pretty Cure.
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Even the Girls Want Her
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Even the Girls Want Her: Nagisa (later, Honoka, too), Karen, Itsuki, Nao, Mana and Makoto, Minami. Yukari and Akira takes it further, complete with their own respective fan clubs.
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Power Dyes Your Hair
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Power Dyes Your Hair: It's usually downplayed, with a Cure's hair changing shades instead of color. Played straight with Cure Passion (from dark purple to rose), Cure Melody (from orange/brown to pink), Cure Heart (from pink to blond), Cure Ace (from brown to red), and Cure Flora (from brown to blond with pink streaks).
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Late-Arrival Spoiler
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Late-Arrival Spoiler: Every Sixth Ranger.
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Not Allowed to Grow Up
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Not Allowed to Grow Up: As of 2008, the older Cures have been subjected to this. It's been years since Max Heart's end, but Nagisa, Honoka and Hikari don't look a day older than they were back then. Although it should be noted that this depends only on whether or not you count the All Stars movies as canon. The character designer of Fresh Pretty Cure! actually posted this art of the characters looking seven years older, and starting with Go! Princess Pretty Cure, seasons typically have a "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue that involves a timeskip. Hugtto! Pretty Cure addresses this for its crossover event, where the side effects of the time travel apparently include de-aging.
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Time Skip
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The transition got even more interesting and more Toku-like with transition from Maho Girls to the next season. During the final episode, an epilogue set a few years into the future, while following an odd lollipop villain that looked like Dokurokushe and was stealing sweets, Mirai, Lico and Haa-chan were transported to on front of the Kira Kira Patisserie. There, they met Ichika Usami, one of the bakers there, who served up some nice treats for the girls. Later, once they got up to that monster and were fighting, as the girls were about to lose him, they got help from a mysterious bunny-eared ally. Only until after the credits does Cure Miracle learn who this girl is: Cure Whip, the new lead Cure.
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The Lancer
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The Lancer: Mostly the blue, white or red Cures: Cure White (also The Smart Guy), Cure Egret/Windy (also the Smart Guy), Cure Rouge, Cure Passion (took this role from Cure Berry, also a Smart Guy), Cure Marine, Cure Rhythm (who is also a Smart Guy), Cure Sunny, Cure Sword, Cure Princess, Cure Mermaid, Cure Magical and Cure Milky.
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The Leader
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The Leader: All the pink Cures: Cure Black (despite her name, she's retroactively considered pink), Cure Bloom/Bright, Cure Dream, Cure Peach, Cure Blossom (who is also The Chick), Cure Melody, Cure Happy, Cure Heart, Cure Lovely, Cure Flora, Cure Whip (who doubles as the de facto Manager of their patisserie), Cure Yell, and Cure Star.
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Heel–Face Turn
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It also seems that, from Fresh onwards, the first villain in the group to appear is the one who does a Heel–Face Turn first. Ellen and Setsuna, while Sasorina gets purified first out of Heartcatch's villains. Smile is an exception, as all three members of the Quirky Miniboss Squad are purified at the same time.
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Mid-Season Upgrade
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Mid-Season Upgrade: The Cures get usually two or more upgrades per season. Some villains get upgrades, too.
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Color-Coded Secret Identity
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Color-Coded Secret Identity: The franchise takes this to ridiculous lengths since Yes! Pretty Cure 5 as they not only wear color-coded civilian clothes, most of them have color-coded hair. The only one defies this trope is Ako/Cure Muse of Suite Pretty Cure ♪, who wears pink and purple despite wearing black at first then going gold, and having a purple Fairy Tone through and through. Cure Heart is a very odd example. In her civilian form she wears pink clothes and has pink hair, in keeping with her colour scheme as a cure. But, when she transforms, her hair turns blonde.
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The Power of Love
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Unlike most series in the genre, where it's second to The Power of Love, friendship is the most important thing in Pretty Cure. Every episode focuses on the relationships between the girls, and no romantic subplot is ever completely resolved, whether between the Cures themselves or with a third party; Nozomi/Coco is the one exception, and even they are allowed far fewer PDAs than other magical girl leads, only getting to kiss offscreen and in a movie. Most speeches are of the friendship variety, and the Cures' powers literally run on friendship — even the ones who can transform separately are stronger together, and, as seen in the case of Karen, powers can fail completely if they don't open up and act sincerely towards their True Companions.
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Supreme Chef
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Supreme Chef: Honoka, Hikari, Saki, Rin, Kanade, Akane, Nao, Mana.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Has its own page here.
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Punny Name
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Punny Name: Most Cures will often have the Cure name and their given name mean the same or something similar. From the start there's Nagisa Misumi ("sumi" means "ink") as Cure Black and Honoka Yukishiro ("yuki shiro" can be read as "snow white") as Cure White, and it just continues from there.
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Bishounen
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Bishounen: Not that many, surprisingly enough, but Cobraja is a notable example, and he knows it. In HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! there's Blue and Red. Earlier examples include Soular and Mucardia. Go! Princess Pretty Cure has Kanata. Maho Girls PreCure has the Headmaster, who is this despite being Older Than He Looks. Hugtto! Pretty Cure sports four of them (Masato, Henri, Charaleet and Harry), and even made it to a magazine's cover! Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure hangs a mild lampshade on this, as when Hikaru's mom writes a manga resembling the plot of the season, she's told that it won't sell because it doesn't have bishounen or romance.
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Fleeting Demographic
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Fleeting Demographic: Young girls, though fortunately they aren't the only demographic. It's not that fleeting though, since the ratings for the series have remained high throughout the franchise, and the writers loves their Continuity Nods.
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New Transfer Student
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New Transfer Student: Several Cures start out as this. In chronological order: Hikari, Michiru and Kaoru (even if they're not actually Cures), Urara and Kurumi, Setsuna, Tsubomi, Ellen, Miyuki, Makoto, Hime, Towa, Mirai (In Riko's world), Riko (In Mirai's world) and later Kotoha (In both worlds), Ciel, Hana, Ruru, Lala, and Nodoka.
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Magical Girl Warrior
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Magical Girl Warrior: The franchise's genre is about a series of girls who transform using magic and use magic to fight evil.
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Multiple Demographic Appeal
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Multiple Demographic Appeal: The franchise is aimed at girls 4-12 and men 16-35. Not just through cute girls, but also hot-blooded battles. Enough that Pretty Cure was the winner of a Famitsu poll asking which series would best suit a Dynasty Warriors crossover!
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Newcomer Saves the Day
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Newcomer Saves the Day: Pretty much every time a new Cure is introduced.
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Beware the Quiet Ones
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Beware the Quiet Ones: Komachi Akimoto/Cure Mint, Karen Minazuki/Cure Aqua, Inori Yamabuki/Cure Pine, Tsubomi Hanasaki/Cure Blossom, Yuri Tsukikage/Cure Moonlight, Yayoi Kise/Cure Peace, Reika Aoki/Cure Beauty, and Alice Yotsuba/Cure Rosetta also overlap with the above.
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Idol Singer
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Interestingly, Kanako herself would voice a character who was an Idol Singer like she was in Doki Doki Pretty Cure, Makoto Kenzaki, also known as Cure Sword, and would later voice herself in Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode alongside Yuri Komagata, who sang that show's opening theme.
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Rapunzel Hair
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Rapunzel Hair: Whether in civilian form or not, many Cures have this. See also Power Makes Your Hair Grow.
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Black and White Morality
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Black-and-White Morality: The Cures are good and the villains are all aiming for some sort of apocalypse. But at times, at least one member of the Quirky Miniboss Squad will possess enough redeeming qualities that he or she gets a sympathetic sendoff or get redeemed.
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Obviously Evil
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Obviously Evil: Played straight by every villain from this franchise. But subverted with the Desert Apostles and Minor Land.
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MonstersOfTheWeek
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Some villains fuse with the Monsters of the Week to get stronger. There are even special items for this like the Dark Bracelets or special monster types like Hyper Akanbe and the Beast Mode.
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Slice of Life
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Slice of Life: A good portion of each series is simply dedicated to the Cures' daily lives, with little interference from the villains outside of an obligatory fight scene in each episode.
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: Serves as this to most of Toei's other franchises in general.
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Pummel Duel
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Pummel Duel: in Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart, Baldez engages in one with Cure Black and White simultaneously. In Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star, Gohyaan engages in 2 different ones, one against Cure Bloom/Bright and Cure Egret/Windy at once, and later does the same against Michiru and Kaoru In Yes! Pretty Cure 5, Bloody and Cure Dream get into a brief one. In Fresh Pretty Cure!, Cure Passion and Northa Klein have another brief one of these during their own fight. In Heart Catch Pretty Cure, Cure Marine and Kumojacky get into one. In Smile Pretty Cure!, Cure Sunny and Wolfrun get into one after the latter goes completely berserk.
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Plucky Girl
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Plucky Girl: Pick a Cure; any of the many are this to some degree, while others like Erika Kurumi/Cure Marine and Megumi Aino/Cure Lovely are more explosively so.
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Shape Dies, Shifter Survives
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Shape Dies, Shifter Survives: In HeartCatch Pretty Cure! and HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!, the Cures' Transformation Sequence begins with an intermediate form which has their civilian appearance, but unbound hair and a simple gown made out of light. If they take severe damage while transformed, they will revert to this state rather than completely detransforming.
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Friendly Tickle Torture
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Friendly Tickle Torture: In one of the earlier episodes of Fresh Pretty Cure!, the heroines get tickled by magical erasers thanks to a playful trick by Chiffon. In episode 8 of Heart Catch Pretty Cure, the Fashion Club girls tickle Erika when she complains about her sister Momoka during a photoshoot. Later, in episode 14, Victim of the Week Nanami tickles Tsubomi to cheer her up for a misunderstanding. In Episode 24 of "Go! Princess Pretty Cure", Kirara inflicts this on Towa to make her smile. It works.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": Only three series are officially subtitled, so character names are subject to differing romanizations depending on how fans translate them, with merchandise only occasionally offering a proper English spelling. When it comes to Cures, at least, the Gratuitous English, French, and Italian tends to mitigate this. The lone exception is Hugtto! Pretty Cure's キュアマシェリ, a Japanese translation of the French phrase "ma chérie". Since the phrase is technically two words but all other Cures have one word names, fans are inconsistent on how it should actually be romanized. "Cure Macherie" and "Cure Ma'cherie" are both common, while "Cure Ma Chérie" is used by a smaller subset. Other examples from mascots: Natts/Nuts, Pafu/Puff, Rate/Latte.
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits
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Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: Both the heroes and villains are always like this in every season/continuity.
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There Is No Kill Like Overkill
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There Is No Kill Like Overkill: In almost every season, the Pretty Cures use their new group Finishing Move to purify the Monsters of the Week, despite those monsters not being any stronger than the previous ones. And the old Finishing Moves become So Last Season. In Futari wa Pretty Cure, Rainbow Storm is used very often, though Marble Screw is sometimes used, too. In most cases, Marble Screw would be okay, but Rainbow Storm is just an overkill. In Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart, Marble Screw Max Spark is unnecessary because the monsters are not that strong. We see Extreme Luminario sometimes, but Marble Screw Max is never seen again. And before Marble Screw Max Spark was introduced, Extreme Luminario was an overkill. In Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star, we see either Spiral Heart Splash or Spiral Star Splash, but not Twin Stream Splash. This is averted in Yes! Pretty Cure 5, Five Explosion is used only once against a Monster of the Week. The other times are against the Quirky Miniboss Squad members. In Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!, Rainbow Rose Explosion and Metal Blizzard are used a lot. In Fresh Pretty Cure!, we see all of the individual finishing moves at the same time, and later Lucky Clover Grande Finale a lot. The latter is justified because the Sorewatase are much stronger than the Nakewameke. In HeartCatch Pretty Cure!, Heartcatch Orchestra is a lot for the Desertrians, even for the empowered ones. This attack kills Desert Devils, though. In Suite Pretty Cure ♪, there are Suite Session Ensemble and Suite Session Ensemble Crescendo against the black-boned Negatone. The other attacks would be enough, even if they are used together. Justified in Smile Pretty Cure!, where the blue nosed Akanbe, Super Akanbe and Hyper Akanbe can only be killed by Rainbow Healing, Rainbow Burst and Royal Rainbow Burst, respectively. These have relatively long sequences. In DokiDoki! PreCure, we have Lovely Force Arrow against Regina's Jikochuu and Leva and Gula's combined Jikochuus because they have No-Sell to the individual attacks, except with Ace Shot. Then we have Lovely Straight Flush against the Blood Ring Jikochuus, despite Ace Shot (and apparently Lovely Force Arrow) being enough. And finally, Royal Lovely Straight Flush is used to purify Regina's Jikouchuu who are even weaker than the previous Jikochuu types.
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Overly Long Name
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Overly Long Name: The strongest or other powerful Pretty Cure group attacks tend to be ridiculously long, especially with their "Precure/Pretty Cure" as the "pre-word". The longest examples for each series are: Futari wa Pretty Cure: "Pretty Cure Rainbow Storm". Futari wa Pretty Cure MaX Heart: "Pretty Cure Marble Screw Max Spark". ''Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star': "Pretty Cure Spiral Heart Splash Star". Yes! Pretty Cure 5: "Pretty Cure Five Explosion". Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!: "Pretty Cure Milky Rose Floral Explosion". (It has even two "pre-words".) Fresh Pretty Cure!: "Pretty Cure Loving True Heart Fresh". HeartCatch Pretty Cure!: "Pretty Cure Heartcatch Orchestra". Suite Pretty Cure ♪: "Pretty Cure Suite Session Ensemble Crescendo Finale". Smile Pretty Cure!: "Pretty Cure Miracle Rainbow Burst". (Before "Miracle", there were "Royal" and "Ultra".) DokiDoki! PreCure: "Pretty Cure Royal Lovely Straight Flush".
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Slapstick Knows No Gender
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Slapstick Knows No Gender: Much of the franchise's comedy is this. Erika Kurumi, Kanade Minamino and Miyuki Hoshizora are the three most infamous examples, but Love Momozono and Nozomi Yumehara have their fair share of slapstick too.
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Our Fairies Are Different
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Our Fairies Are Different: They usually look like cute little animals rather than your typical fairy; probably the closest one to a "traditional" fairy is Ha-chan from Maho Girls PreCure, followed by Ai, who resembles a human infant, and Hugtan, who is an infant. Most others are clearly meant to look like existing animals, but sometimes they don't.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Happened several times, with the following Cures that bared their midriffs: Cure Black (covered in Max Heart), Cure Dream (covered in GO!GO!), Cure Berry, Cure Sunshine, Cure Melody, Cure Mermaid, Cure Miracle and Cure Magical (while using the sapphire power up), and Cure Yell.
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Interclass Friendship
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Interclass Friendship: Some Pretty Cure teams might include a member who comes from either a wealthy family or be part royalty and being friends with the other commoner Cures. Suite Pretty Cure ♪: Downplayed with Hibiki Hojo and Kanade Minamino. Hibiki isn't wealthy but her house is fancy and her parents are famous musicians. Meanwhile, Kanade family owns a normal pastry shop. Play much straighter with Ako Shirabe who is the Princess of Major Land. Smile Pretty Cure!: There's Reika Aoki who comes from a wealthy family. She was actually Childhood Friends with Nao Midorikawa who comes from a large working class family. HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!: There's Princess of the Blue Sky Kingdom Himelda Window. Her first friend between the group was with Megumi Aino who is just a normal middle schooler. Go! Princess Pretty Cure: The three main leads. Haruka comes from a working class family, Minami's family are rich, and Kirara's father is a famous movie star and her mother is a famous model. Later on they add Towa who is the princess of Hope Kingdom into the group. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure: Madoka is the daughter of a government official and comes from a wealthy family, while the other two human leads are both from working class families.
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Big Bad
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Special mention goes to Desparaia, the only female of nine Big Bads in ten seasons. However, HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! introduces a new female Big Bad, Queen Mirage, but it turns out there's a Man Behind the Man. Go! Princess Pretty Cure has yet another female Big Bad, Dyspear.
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Heel–Face Revolving Door
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Doki Doki inverts this with Regina, who is the last villain to make an appearance. Also Inverted in that Regina is immediately brainwashed back to the side of evil afterwards... before finally joining as an 11th-Hour Ranger. Happiness Charge is also an inversion, as Phantom is last general to be introduced, and the first to be purified. A similar inversion also happened in Go Princess, Twilight was the last sentient villain (Stop & Freeze were basically upgraded Zetsuborg with little sentience or personality) introduced and then quickly purified into Towa and became Cure Scarlet.
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Frilly Upgrade
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Frilly Upgrade: Costume upgrades usually appear sometime after mid-season. Movies have their own special upgrades.
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Odd Couple
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Odd Couple: For two-person teams; when the teams widened and there was only one main character instead of two, just about every combination was an Odd Friendship.
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Henshin Hero
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Henshin Hero: All heroines transform from normal civilian girls into frilly warriors of justice who use fisticuffs and rainbows to fight.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: A side effect of being a Cure.
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Flight
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Flight: One of the most common villain abilities. The Agents from Labyrinth, and Siren and Trio the Minor are exceptions. Cure Bloom/Bright and Cure Egret/Windy are the only Cures with this ability, at least naturally. Several of the others can use this ability, but only if they have a certain upgrade or their fairy helps them. The HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! have costumes that allow them to fly and they don't need any upgrades to do that. The Maho Girls PreCure Sapphire Style allows them to fly naturally. Though they can do that outside that form with the help of a Flying Broomstick. Cure Parfait, who is based on a Pegasus, can fly naturally too. Some mascots have this ability: On the one hand, Moop, Foop, Chiffon, Chypre, Coffret, Potpourri, Cologne, the Fairy Tones, Charle, Raquel, Lance, Dabyi, Ai-chan, Melan, Ribbon, Glasan, Miss Siamour and (inconsistently) Puff, Fuwa, Rabirin, Pegitan and Nyatoran. Syrup and Pop can fly when they transform into giant birds, while Candy can fly when she is in her human form. For justifiable examples, Aroma is actually a bird, Ha-chan is your stock fairy with wings, and Prunce has a miniature Flying Saucer.
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Knight Templar Big Brother
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Knight Templar Big Sister: Most of them count, but Nagisa is the most notable example, as she actually kills Gekidrago.
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Merchandise-Driven
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Merchandise-Driven: How much varies from season to season, but it's usually obvious that at least one magical trinket per season was designed to be a toy first and an implement of magical ass-kicking second. The Transformation Trinkets are a relatively common example, as are the "cheat code" items that became a tradition from Fresh onwards.
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Purple Is Powerful
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Purple Is Powerful: Any purple Cure, any Cure who has either purple eyes or hair or a purple Transformation Trinket counts. So do the villains.
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Finishing Move
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In almost every season, the Pretty Cures use their new group Finishing Move to purify the Monsters of the Week, despite those monsters not being any stronger than the previous ones. And the old Finishing Moves become So Last Season.
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Mood Whiplash
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Christmas or New Year's is usually used to kickstart the final arc of the series, so prepare for a Mood Whiplash from what seems to be An Asskicking Christmas to quickly get world-endingly worse.
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Cool Crown
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Cool Crown: Both the Smile and Princess Cures wear tiaras. Cure Gelato wears a hoop crown. The Star Twinkle Cures wear one decorated by five stars of pink, green, orange, purple and blue of different orders (with their main colour at the center) when in their Super Mode for their combination attack Star Twinkle Imagination.
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Joker Immunity
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Joker Immunity: Only seven Big Bads are technically this at the ending: Desparaiah, Noisenote reborn as a chick, Red, Dyspearnote nature makes her technically undestroyable, Noirnote confirmed by Animage March 2018 to be reborn as the boy seen in the finale, George Cry, and Darknest (the thirteenth Star Princess, Ophiuchus).
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Recycled Premise
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Recycled Premise: Being a Long Runner, some newer seasons borrow elements from previous seasons at times. Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash★Star is Futari wa Pretty Cure, but themed around nature and spirits. This is more blatant that most of the other seasons, to the point that it's sometimes mistaken for a direct sequel. Smile Pretty Cure! is a Lighter and Softer version of Yes! Pretty Cure 5, as both have a Five-Man Band team with the same colors and a fairytale theme. On the topic of Smile Pretty Cure, Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode is this to Smile, as both were made after something happened that caused the series to change tone to a lighter and softer one, note  for Smile, it was the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that made the show lighthearted, while A La Mode's lighter tone was due to parents complaining about the Darker and Edgier tone of Go! Princess Pretty Cure. involve the girls transforming with a compact mirror and charms, have the girls hanging out in a place related to the series' theme note  the Mysterious Library for Smile and Kira Kira Patisserie for A La Mode, and have a mid-season power-up that involves a pegasus character. note  While Smile's pegasus power-up was for the whole team, the one for Kira Kira was just a Sixth Ranger who was a pegasus-themed cure. Hugtto! Pretty Cure is similar to Doki Doki Pretty Cure. Both series have a baby the characters have to take care of who came from the world that was in danger, use a smartphone-like item for the Transformation Trinket, have a white and pink wand-like item decorated with hearts used for the Cures' second attack, have an elementary school Cure on the team and use a smart tablet-esque device for the final attack used in the show. Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure is similar to Mahou Tsukai Pretty Cure, as both series involve an imaginative pink lead obsessed with the season's theme who meets a person from a world dedicated to that topic and goes on trips there with her. Both series also have a unique concept with the Transformation Trinket note  For Mahoutsukai, they used the actual mascot Mofurun as the item rather than having her become another object like in past Pretty Cure series, while in Star Twinkle, the girls sing a song that goes along with the transformation., use a smartphone item to take care of the mascot that looks like a book, and have a Sixth Ranger who comes from the alternate world they go to, with Mahoutsukai having Haa-chan become Cure Felice and Star Twinkle having Yuni, who used to be the Phantom Thief Blue Cat, become Cure Cosmo.
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Classical Anti-Hero
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Classical Anti-Hero: Shiny Luminous, Cure Blossom, Cure Peace and Cure Princess.
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Intra-Franchise Crossover
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Intra-Franchise Crossover: The franchise has Pretty Cure All Stars, a series of crossover movies that teams up all of the Pretty Cure teams. Each film features Cures from all continuities joining forces to combat a new powerful foe, with focus given to the teams from the currently-airing season and the recently-ended one.
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Power Makes Your Hair Grow
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Power Makes Your Hair Grow: Downplayed in the first and second series, but began to be very blatant in the third; and the trend hasn't stopped since. The two most extreme examples are Cure Sunshine and Cure Muse who have very short hair in civilian form, but very long hair in their Cure forms. Many other examples are similar cases.
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Off-Model
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Sadly happens often, at least during earlier seasons. Even when the different series have different character designs, you can see that they have the same Off-Model face, courtesy of animation director/key animator Hiroyuki Kawano most of the time. This is very notable in some final episodes, just as in Yes! Pretty Cure 5, Fresh Pretty Cure! and Suite Pretty Cure ♪.note Fresh and Suite had this problem in their second last episodes, where their 11th-Hour Superpower Modes were featured. It's around the time of Go! Princess Pretty Cure that this issue is smoothed out and the animation becomes more consistent.
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Orcus on His Throne
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Orcus on His Throne: Almost every Big Bad and Big Bad Wannabe except Gohyan, Noise, Pierrot and King Jikochuu. Played straight with Akudaikahn, Desparaia, the Director, Sabaaku,Queen Mirage, and Noir. Justified with Jaaku King in the first season and Moebius. They have to rely on their minions. Similarly Dokurokushe clearly has difficulty fighting, despite his great personal power. Subverted with Dune Mephisto, and President George Kurai. Dyspear sits on the throne for the first half of the series, attacks the Cures personally at the half-way point, and is then forced to rest in order to recover her power.
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De-Power
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Depower: Occasionally happens to the Cures, either temporarily (such as the Transformation Trinket getting lost or broken) or permanently (typically only at the end of a series).
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An Ass-Kicking Christmas
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An Asskicking Christmas: The Christmas episode, more often than not, overlaps with the final battle.
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Modesty Shorts
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Modesty Shorts: When there isn't a Magic Skirt involved, there's this.
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High-Heel–Face Turn
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High-Heel–Face Turn: In general, since this is a magical girl series, female characters seem quicker to make the switch than male ones. Also, as seen in the Smurfette Principle below, Desparaia was the first Big Bad who is redeemed in the end.
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"Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: Starting with Go! Princess, the last or next-to-last episode of each season features a timeskip with older versions of the Pretty Cure team.
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Transformation Is a Free Action
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Transformation Is a Free Action: Justified in-universe, where the transformation takes place inside a barrier or appears as a bright flash of light to observers. Yanagita Rikao, a Japanese university professor, even provided a scientific explanation as to why Cure Black and Cure White could never be attacked while transforming. Later seasons such as Kira Kira show that, to a bystander, Cure transformation is instantaneous and appears as a flash of light.
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Distinctive Appearances
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Distinctive Appearances: Flip-flopped with Nonuniform Uniform between series. Go! Princess Pretty Cure started a general rule that the Cures, in civilian form, are identifiable by distinctive hairstyles and accessories rather than outfit.
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Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name!
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Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name!: Almost all of the episode titles are like this, and a good deal of them are Spoiler Titles.
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In a Single Bound
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The lead character will, shortly after her first transformation, jump into the air and go much, much higher than she expected. This gag has been reused across different seasons and continuities for years. Another recurring gag is that the mascot will typically introduce itself to the lead character by crashing into her face.
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Water Is Womanly
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Water Is Womanly: Cure Aqua, Cure Diamond, Cure Mermaid, and Cure Fontaine have their main color as a shade of blue and water powers, along with being the more mature and feminine members of their teams.
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Since Splash Star, every Pretty Cure has had unusual hair colors, especially after they transform.
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Non-Human Sidekick
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There will be an episode/arc where the series' Fairy / Non-Human Sidekick get kidnapped and the Pretty Cures have to rescue them.
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True Companions
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True Companions: All teams wind up as a group of inseparable friends who would do anything for each other. Rare villainous examples are the Seeds of Darkness, Bunbee, Westar and the Desert Apostle Generals.
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Magic Skirt
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Magic Skirt: The earlier seasons employ this, but they eventually get to a point where the skirts have thick petticoats underneath, so nothing is shown regardless.
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Product-Promotion Parade
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Product-Promotion Parade: Given how Merchandise-Driven the franchise is, this is common. Premiere episodes can usually be counted on to have a first transformation and fight scene that shows off the Transformation Trinket, the lead Cure and her abilities (including the traditional Finishing Move). The debut of an additional Cure or a Super Mode later on prompts a similar blitz of showing off merchandising. And that's not counting other powerups accumulated along the way, as well as various other pieces of merchandise from the toyline such as accessory makers, an electronic tablet-like toy and accessories for that year's fairy doll, which means that this trope can come into play almost every week.
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11th-Hour Ranger
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11th-Hour Ranger: Royale Candy. In Fresh Pretty Cure!, Westar and Souler also count, despite not being Cures...and male. In DokiDoki! PreCure, Regina eventually becomes one after a lot of trips through the Heel–Face Revolving Door. In Go! Princess Pretty Cure we have Shut and Lock with Kuroro. In Kirakira★PreCure a la Mode, we have Cure Pekorin. Hugtto! Pretty Cure takes this to an extreme by having the entire cast turn into Cures and participate in the final attack that takes George down.
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Spoiler Opening
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Spoiler Opening: Own page here.
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Everybody Cries
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Everybody Cries: Practically a tradition. You're pretty much guaranteed to see a scene like this at least once a season whether in the show itself or a Non-Serial Movie.
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Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness
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Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Most Magical Girl soundtracks are nothing but Levels 1 and 2 with only slight advances into Level 3. Not this Cash Cow Franchise, especially during Yasuharu Takanashi's time from 2009-2012. For example, some songs can easily take the Autobots, Rock Out! tone such as Suite Pretty Cure ♪ 's "Pretty Cure Heartful Beat Rock" (Level 5) all the way to an extremely dark one like HeartCatch Pretty Cure!'s "Change the World into Desert!" (Level 8) and all the levels in between. Check the scale's main article for more examples from this franchise.
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Wonder Twin Powers
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Wonder Twin Powers: The first three seasons and Suite. Heartcatch also has this to a lesser extent. Mahou Tsukai brings this concept back, while Hugtto uses an interesting take of this by using this on their Sixth Ranger instead.
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PowerOfFriendship
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While the elements of the series have stayed consistent for quite a while since the first season (Power of Friendship being a main theme, as well as hard-hitting physical attacks, over-the-top action scenes, and well-done Slice of Life and character drama), the first few seasons (particularly the original, Max Heart, and Splash Star especially) got into quite a few dark and relatively down to earth themes compared to later seasons on a whole (with some exceptions such as Heartcatch). Fight scenes weren't quite as over the top and flashy compared to later seasons as well, preferring more straight forward grit and bone-crunching attacks, and the animation style and coloration feel a bit more gritty and realistic compared to the fanciful colors of later seasons. Hair and eye colors on a whole tended to be more realistic, even when a character transformed. The reasons for this is the result of Moral Guardians, who hounded the original series for its rather high level of violence for a show whose demographic was little girls, as well as Nagisa's midriff-baring outfit from the first season (this aspect has eased up a bit since Yes! Pretty Cure 5).
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The End of the World as We Know It
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The End of the World as We Know It: What the Pretty Cures are up against every time.
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Kicked Upstairs
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Kicked Upstairs: It's been said that one of the producers of the series, Hiroaki Shibata, has been let go from the animation department at Toei in favor of the toku department. No one is sure why, but his current track record with the franchise (both Doki Doki and Happiness Charge not only produced some of the lowest TV ratings to date, but the latter has the second worst merchandising numbers since Splash Star) might have something to do with it.
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Barrier Warrior
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Barrier Warrior: Shiny Luminous, the Splash Star Cures, Cure Mint, Cure Sunshine, Cure Moonlight, Cure Beat, Cure Muse, Cure Rosetta, the HappinessCharge Cures, Cure Twinkle, Prince Kanata, the Maho Girl Cures in Topaz form, Cure Ange, Cure Star and Cure Milky. Also, Mugen Silhouette. The mascots Potpourri, Pop, Royale Candy, Ai-chan, Melan, Ribbon, and Ha-chan. In the case of Pop, he doesn't create barriers, he transforms into a shield. In Ha-chan's case,she later becomes Cure Felice and can create a flower-shaped shield by inserting the linkle stone pink tourmaline into the flower echo wand.
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Sixth Ranger
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Notable is that around episodes 20-24 (usually 23) something plot-related always happens, usually the appearance of a Sixth Ranger or the Mid-Season Upgrade. Plot important episodes also happen mostly during the Episode 30 mark where they get another upgrade (usually a Team Attack including the Sixth Ranger), and the Episode 40 mark (sometimes another team member or an improvement of their team attack).
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: All of them, save for support fighter Hikari/Shiny Luminous and Ascended Fangirl Ayumi/Cure Echo. You wouldn't expect a magical girl franchise to be so full of movement and fighting.
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Anime Hair
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Anime Hair: Obvious with the girls' Cure forms. In civilian form, seasons tend to vary in the hairstyles some of the girls have, ranging from fairly normal such as Nagisa's messy short hair to downright weird, such as Miyuki's purple cone pigtails.
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Spinoff Sendoff
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Spinoff Sendoff: In a similar fashion to Super Sentai after Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger, since HappinessCharge Pretty Cure!, it has become necessary for the past pink Cure to introduce the next leader at the end of the final episode of the finished season. With that, Cure Lovely got to introduce Cure Flora. 50 episodes later, Flora does the same with Cure Miracle. The transition got even more interesting and more Toku-like with transition from Maho Girls to the next season. During the final episode, an epilogue set a few years into the future, while following an odd lollipop villain that looked like Dokurokushe and was stealing sweets, Mirai, Lico and Haa-chan were transported to on front of the Kira Kira Patisserie. There, they met Ichika Usami, one of the bakers there, who served up some nice treats for the girls. Later, once they got up to that monster and were fighting, as the girls were about to lose him, they got help from a mysterious bunny-eared ally. Only until after the credits does Cure Miracle learn who this girl is: Cure Whip, the new lead Cure. A year later, a certain Hana Nono and a baby she was caring for visited the Kira Kira Patisserie. Then while the Kira Kira girls were fighting the evil of Chouro-sama that split from himself proper, and it seemed that the dark side would win, Cure Yell comes in and kicks Evil!Chouro's umbrella, which trapped Pekorin and her fellow fairies, open. Disappearing after cheering on the Kira Cures, Cure Yell/Hana returns in a post-credits scene to accept a cake from Cure Whip, which she baked with the rest of the Kira Cures to mark their moving on. Again, at the end of Hana’s series, one last Oshimada is created by complete accident, and one Hikaru Hoshina shows up to help take it out. Then at the end of Hikaru's series, she meets Nodoka Hanadera in the middle of the forest and exchange greetings before shortly jumping into a Nottrigger attack. Cure Grace then steps in and attacks, giving the Star Twinkle Cures a chance to purify the Nottrigger. This one is merely the dream of a now-adult Hikaru in the distant future.
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Red Herring
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Red Herring: From Fresh until Doki Doki, there was usually at least one character initially hinted to be the Sixth Ranger, but turned out to be this trope. Due to what happened after Doki Doki used this, the practice was abandoned starting in Happiness Charge. In Fresh Pretty Cure!, it was thought that the Cures' dancing mentor, Miyuki Chinnen, would become Cure Passion. It turned out to be Eas/Setsuna Higashi. In HeartCatch Pretty Cure!... this trope is instead parodied. Chypre and Coffret went around asking Tsubomi's classmates if they could be the third Precure, even asking a boy, Kenji Ban, to be one (and he daydreamed himself becoming 'Cure Fire'). Turns out it's Itsuki Myoudouin. In Suite Pretty Cure ♪, both Waon Nishijima and Seika Higashiyama, Hibiki and Kanade's friends in their respective specialties, were speculated to be the next Pretty Cures. The next Cures were actually Siren/Ellen Kurokawa (as Cure Beat) and Ako Shirabe (as Cure Muse). In DokiDoki! PreCure, Dark Magical Girl Regina, Princess Marie-Ange and Ai-chan were speculated to be Cure Ace. In fact, Cure Ace was someone completely new... but it later turned out Ace and the aforementioned candidates were all parts of the same person. The negative reaction from fans and downward spiral of ratings and merchandise sales as a result of this twist might have caused Toei to abandon this concept in later series.
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Transformation Trinket
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Transformation Trinket: Every single season has one.
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Dark Magical Girl
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Dark Magical Girl: Most of the continuities have at least one: Michiru and Kaoru, the Dark Precure 5, Eas aka Setsuna, Dark Precure, Mirage Precures, Siren aka Ellen, the Bad End Precures, Regina, Queen Mirage, who was once known as ''Cure'' Mirage, Twilight, and Ruru. Non-villainous examples are Cure Moonlight, Cure Muse, Cure Sword, Cure Fortune, and Yuni.
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Heroic Second Wind
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Heroic Second Wind: Common, but most blatantly after Yes! Pretty Cure 5. From that point onwards, every single movie, with the lone exception of the seventh All Stars movie, has to include flashlight-esque items called the Miracle Lights, used by both the characters and the audience to bring the 11th-Hour Superpower.
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Combat Stilettos
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Combat Stilettos: Since Fresh, each girl often gets a set of stilettos that they fight in. In the 8th Pretty Cure All Stars movie, the Maho Girls team weaponizes this to perform a Rider Kick-esque attack called the "Precure Drill Kick".
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Expy
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Expy: Most pink Cures are expies of Cure Black and most blue Cures are expies of Cure White. However, this trope is never played straight, since the expies usually have enough distinguishing factors to make them unique. (Cure Bloom and Cure Egret are borderline, though.)
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Pokémon Speak
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Pokémon Speak: The Monsters of the Week. Save for the Desertrians. The Jikochuus don't do this that often. The Nakewamekes also do not do this after earlier episodes, but are reduced into this when they appear in Pretty Cure All Stars. The Nakisakebes can't talk at all. They can only grunt. There also the two Zakenna butlers from Futari wa Pretty Cure. There are a Hoshina, a Negatone and an Akanbe who can talk. All of them have quizmaster/gamemaster powers.
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: Every lead Cure and sometimes even every Cure of a team has one or two catchphrases. Also, the villains usually say "I won't forget this!" when they lose.
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Screaming Warrior
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Screaming Warrior: The Cures tend to scream quite a bit when in battle.
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type
Monster of the Week
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comment
If only one single Cure of the team is not available, the whole team cannot win against the Monster of the Week. If they gathered five members, they cannot win with four. If they gathered four members, they cannot win with three, etc. And you never win when you're alone unless you're Milky Rose or Cure Moonlight or Cure Ace or the lead Cure in episode 1. If you have a duel with a major villain, you'll still win with the Power of Friendship.
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The Team
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comment
The Team: Most teams have at least a four-girl-band, though sometimes it dips into three (generally an Odd Couple with a third wheel). Some members play a double role.
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type
Gratuitous Princess
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comment
Gratuitous Princess: Go Princess aside, princesses have made their mark on this show as Pretty Cures, including Ako Shirabe/Cure Muse, Hime Shirayuki/Cure Princess, and Towa Akagi/Cure Scarlet. The latter is quite interesting, considering she's the only person in the aformentioned Princess Pretty Cures to be an actual princess. Also... Yes! Pretty Cure 5 added a Princess among an influx of royals. Yes, they were also mascot creatures. In The Movie of Yes! Pretty Cure 5, the girls and the mascots visit "Princess Land", a theme park where the female patrons all get to wear ballgowns and pretend they're princesses. As you would expect, it seems to be a very popular place. Smile Pretty Cure! gave the second power-up in the series the name "Princess Form". Star★Twinkle Pretty Cure has the twelve Star Princesses based on Western Zodiac, who are Sealed Good in a Can and the Big Good of the season. Furthermore, there's a thirteenth Star Princess based on the Ophiuchus sign, who ends up being the primary villain.
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type
One Steve Limit
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comment
One Steve Limit: Averted, since several seasons tend to repeat names from previous continuities. So far the repeated names are Nozomi (Max Heart and Yes!5), Kaoru (Splash Star, Fresh, and — if it counts — Kaoruko from Heartcatch), Rin (Yes! 5 and Happiness Charge), Hayato (Fresh and Heartcatch), Kurumi (Yes!5 [given name], Heartcatch [surname]), Miyuki (Fresh and Smile), Akane (the original/Max Heart and Smile), Nao (Max Heart, Heartcatch and Smile), Reika (Fresh and Smile), Ayumi (Fresh, Heartcatch, All Stars New Stage and Doki Doki), Madoka (Yes!5 [given name], Doki Doki [surname], Star Twinkle [given name]), Megumi (Yes!5 and Happiness Charge), Seiji (Doki Doki and Happiness Charge), Kenta (Splash Star and Happiness Charge) and Momoka (Heartcatch and Go! Princess).
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Pretty Cure (Franchise) / int_ee7a60e9
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Cute Bruiser
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comment
Cute Bruiser: Most everyone.
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1.0
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Cool Big Sis
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comment
Cool Big Sis: Out of the main Cures, Nagisa and Hikari, Saki, Rin, Miki, Tsubomi and Yuri (her case is very odd), Kanade, Akane and Nao, Haruka, Akira, Hana, and Elena all have younger siblings. Cure Moonlight, Cure Ace, and Cure Macaron and Chocolat count for their teammates in spirit rather than actually being related. Knight Templar Big Sister: Most of them count, but Nagisa is the most notable example, as she actually kills Gekidrago. Cure Fortune's big sister is herself a Pretty Cure named Cure Tender.
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Running Gag
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comment
Running Gag: The In a Single Bound gag on a new lead Cure's first transformation, and the Crash-Into Hello gag when first meeting the mascot.
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type
The Power of Friendship
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comment
The Power of Friendship: Unlike most series in the genre, where it's second to The Power of Love, friendship is the most important thing in Pretty Cure. Every episode focuses on the relationships between the girls, and no romantic subplot is ever completely resolved, whether between the Cures themselves or with a third party; Nozomi/Coco is the one exception, and even they are allowed far fewer PDAs than other magical girl leads, only getting to kiss offscreen and in a movie. Most speeches are of the friendship variety, and the Cures' powers literally run on friendship — even the ones who can transform separately are stronger together, and, as seen in the case of Karen, powers can fail completely if they don't open up and act sincerely towards their True Companions. It's proven that the Wonder Twin Powers don't work when the girls have a conflict. If only one single Cure of the team is not available, the whole team cannot win against the Monster of the Week. If they gathered five members, they cannot win with four. If they gathered four members, they cannot win with three, etc. And you never win when you're alone unless you're Milky Rose or Cure Moonlight or Cure Ace or the lead Cure in episode 1. If you have a duel with a major villain, you'll still win with the Power of Friendship. It is notable that, while HappinessCharge Pretty Cure! did have a strong emphasis on The Power of Love, The Power of Friendship was at least equally important. It is so strong that one Cure (Amour) was able to become a Cure when, story-wise, she's not intended to become one. In Hugtto, there's only four PreHearts that were available initially, and 3 of them had been taken by the initial members. Naturally, this causes an issue when both Emiru and Ruru created their Mirai Crystals. Since there's only one of it left, Ruru is more than willing to let Emiru took the 4th PreHeart, but Emiru refuses to transform since she wants to see both of them fight together as Cures, something that Ruru admits want to do as well. Thanks to an appropriately-timed Deus ex Machina as a result of their extremely strong friendship bond and desire to fight together, said 4th PreHeart is split into two identical copies, allowing Ruru to claim her own PreHeart and become a Cure herself. This even allowed a breach of the "everyone must be there to win" rule and effectively broke the Hugtto team into two relatively independent teams: the first fight of Cures Macherie and Amour has Cures Ange and Etoile tied in other commitments and Cure Yell being sick, and the duo have their own finisher independent of Yell's.
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One-Winged Angel
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One-Winged Angel: Most of the villains transform into a different, much more imposing form when they directly fight the Cures.
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1.0
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Rose-Haired Sweetie
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comment
Rose-Haired Sweetie: A popular choice for the protagonists: Nozomi/Cure Dream, Tsubomi/Cure Blossom, Cure Melody (Hibiki being a redhead), Miyuki/Cure Happy, Mana (but not Cure Heart, interestingly), and Megumi/Cure Lovely. Kotoha/Cure Felice is a non-protagonist example.
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Special Edition Title
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comment
Special Edition Title: Starting with Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!, whenever a movie is close to being premiered the title sequence of the currently airing season is replaced by scenes from the movie itself (while the standard opening theme plays). If the movie features a song, it'll usually play instead of the standard credits sequence. This continues for a few weeks after the movie premieres.
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 Pretty Cure (Franchise) / int_fccd06b6
type
Beware the Nice Ones
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comment
Beware the Nice Ones: Several villains have either died and/or suffered an embarrassing defeat because of this, and many of the franchise's awesome moments can attest to this as well.
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Pretty Cure (Franchise) / int_fccd06b6
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type
Ridiculously Cute Critter
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comment
Ridiculously Cute Critter: The various mascots. Most play a much bigger role in the series with Wonder Twin Powers (namely the first three, Heartcatch and Suite). Also in Doki Doki and Maho Girls, the mascots are the Transformation Trinkets.
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type
Lady of War
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comment
Lady of War: Cure White, Cure Egret/Windy, Cure Aqua, Cure Passion, Cure Moonlight, Cure Rhythm, Cure Beat, Masked Cure Muse, Cure Beauty, Cure Sword, Cure Ace, Cure Fortune, Cure Mermaid, Cure Scarlet, Cure Macaron, and Cure Selene.
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 Crossover / Fan Fic
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 Futari Wa Pretty Cure Cultivation / Fan Fic
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 Futari Wa Pretty Cure Flash Fire / Fan Fic
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 Guardian Heart Pretty Cure / Fan Fic
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 Heartcatch Pretty Cure Variations / Fan Fic
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 Pre Cure Like Fan Fics / Fan Fic
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 The Pretty Cure Mc Laughlin Club / Fan Fic
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 Folie à Deux ♥ Pretty Cure! (Fanfic)
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Absurdly Powerful Student Council / int_6b61d7e
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Acclaimed Flop / int_6b61d7e
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All Your Colors Combined / int_6b61d7e
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Almost Kiss / int_6b61d7e
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Aloof Ally / int_6b61d7e
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Alternate Continuity / int_6b61d7e
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Amazon Brigade / int_6b61d7e
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Americans Hate Tingle / int_6b61d7e
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And Knowing Is Half the Battle / int_6b61d7e
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Animate Inanimate Object / int_6b61d7e
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Annoying Younger Sibling / int_6b61d7e
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Apocalypse Wow / int_6b61d7e
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April Fools' Day / int_6b61d7e
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Archive Panic / int_6b61d7e
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Armor Is Useless / int_6b61d7e
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Ass Kicks You / int_6b61d7e
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Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance / int_6b61d7e
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Audible Gleam / int_6b61d7e
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Audience Participation / int_6b61d7e
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Audience Shift / int_6b61d7e
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Author's Saving Throw / int_6b61d7e
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Awesome, Dear Boy / int_6b61d7e
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Back-to-Back Badasses / int_6b61d7e
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Barrier Warrior / int_6b61d7e
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Baseball Episode / int_6b61d7e
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Beach Episode / int_6b61d7e
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Big Applesauce / int_6b61d7e
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Blob Monster / int_6b61d7e
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Bloodless Carnage / int_6b61d7e
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Boke and Tsukkomi Routine / int_6b61d7e
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu / int_6b61d7e
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Brought Down to Normal / int_6b61d7e
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Busman's Holiday / int_6b61d7e
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But Not Too Foreign / int_6b61d7e
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By the Power of Grayskull! / int_6b61d7e
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Cannot Keep a Secret / int_6b61d7e
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Captain Obvious Reveal / int_6b61d7e
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Cheery Pink / int_6b61d7e
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Cherry Blossoms / int_6b61d7e
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Child by Rape / int_6b61d7e
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Christmas Episode / int_6b61d7e
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Color-Coded Secret Identity / int_6b61d7e
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Colourful Theme Naming / int_6b61d7e
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Combat Stilettos / int_6b61d7e
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Common Crossover / int_6b61d7e
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Company Cross References / int_6b61d7e
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Conspicuous CG / int_6b61d7e
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Content Leak / int_6b61d7e
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Contrasting Sequel Main Character / int_6b61d7e
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Conveniently Seated / int_6b61d7e
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Crash-Into Hello / int_6b61d7e
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Creator Killer / int_6b61d7e
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Creepy Crossdresser / int_6b61d7e
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Curtains Match the Window / int_6b61d7e
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Custom Uniform / int_6b61d7e
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Dance Battler / int_6b61d7e
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Dancing Theme / int_6b61d7e
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Dark Is Evil / int_6b61d7e
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Dead Fic / int_6b61d7e
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Debut Queue / int_6b61d7e
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Deflector Shields / int_6b61d7e
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Detect Evil / int_6b61d7e
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Disability-Negating Superpower / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
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Distaff Counterpart / int_6b61d7e
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Does Not Know His Own Strength / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
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Early Draft Tie-In / int_6b61d7e
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Edible Theme Naming / int_6b61d7e
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11th-Hour Superpower / int_6b61d7e
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Emotional Powers / int_6b61d7e
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Energetic and Soft-Spoken Duo / int_6b61d7e
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Enhanced Punch / int_6b61d7e
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Establishing Series Moment / int_6b61d7e
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Evil Costume Switch / int_6b61d7e
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Evil Is Bigger / int_6b61d7e
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Exotic Eye Designs / int_6b61d7e
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Fairy Companion / int_6b61d7e
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Fashion Show / int_6b61d7e
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Females Are More Innocent / int_6b61d7e
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Finale Credits / int_6b61d7e
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Finishing Move / int_6b61d7e
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First-Episode Spoiler / int_6b61d7e
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First-Episode Twist / int_6b61d7e
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Flashy Protagonists, Bland Extras / int_6b61d7e
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Flower Motifs / int_6b61d7e
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Fountain of Memes / int_6b61d7e
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Fountain of Youth / int_6b61d7e
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Four-Girl Ensemble / int_6b61d7e
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Franchise Killer / int_6b61d7e
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Genki Girl / int_6b61d7e
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Giant Enemy Crab / int_6b61d7e
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Girl Powered / int_6b61d7e
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Girl-Show Ghetto / int_6b61d7e
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Go-to-Sleep Ending / int_6b61d7e
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Goo Goo Godlike / int_6b61d7e
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Good Old Fisticuffs / int_6b61d7e
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Hair-Contrast Duo / int_6b61d7e
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Henshin Hero / int_6b61d7e
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Hero Insurance / int_6b61d7e
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Heroic RRoD / int_6b61d7e
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High Concept / int_6b61d7e
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High-Heel–Face Turn / int_6b61d7e
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House Pseudonym / int_6b61d7e
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Idiot Hair / int_6b61d7e
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Improbable Hairstyle / int_6b61d7e
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Inelegant Blubbering / int_6b61d7e
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Intertwined Fingers / int_6b61d7e
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Intra-Franchise Crossover / int_6b61d7e
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Invocation / int_6b61d7e
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Joshikousei / int_6b61d7e
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Jossed / int_6b61d7e
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Just Here for Godzilla / int_6b61d7e
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Kick Chick / int_6b61d7e
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Kid Hero / int_6b61d7e
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King Incognito / int_6b61d7e
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Kodomomuke / int_6b61d7e
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Kung-Fu Wizard / int_6b61d7e
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LGBT Fanbase / int_6b61d7e
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Last Episode, New Character / int_6b61d7e
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Last Episode Theme Reprise / int_6b61d7e
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Late Export for You / int_6b61d7e
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Late for School / int_6b61d7e
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Licked by the Dog / int_6b61d7e
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Loves My Alter Ego / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lucky Charms Title / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magazine Decay / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Idol Singer / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Music / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Girl / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Girl Genre Deconstruction / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Girl Genre Index / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Girl Warrior / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Massive Numbered Siblings / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meaningful Release Date / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mentor Mascot / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Merchandise-Driven / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mid-Season Upgrade / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minidress of Power / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mohs Scale of Lyrical Hardness / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monster of the Aesop / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mood Ring Eyes / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mysterious Protector / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never a Self-Made Woman / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Newbie Boom / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nice Shoes / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Ending / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Uniform Uniform / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not Allowed to Grow Up / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Official Cosplay Gear / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Officially Shortened Title / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ojou / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Old Retainer / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Older Alter Ego / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Older Than the Demographic / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Omnicidal Maniac / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
On Ice / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Once a Season / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
One Extra Member / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Open-Minded Parent / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Original Generation / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out of Holiday Episode / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out of the Ghetto / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Padding / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parental Neglect / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Passionate Sports Girl / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pegasus / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Periphery Hatedom / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Petal Power / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pink Heroine / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot-Mandated Friendship Failure / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Series Nickname / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmantitle / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Dyes Your Hair / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Gives You Wings / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power-up Full Color Change / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Precocious Crush / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Prehensile Hair / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Previously On… / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Primal Fear / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Princesses Prefer Pink / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Production Foreshadowing / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Promotion to Opening Titles / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Psychosomatic Superpower Outage / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pummel Duel / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Purple Is Powerful / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rapunzel Hair / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rearrange the Song / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recast as a Regular / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red Pill, Blue Pill / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Refusal of the Call / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Repeating Ad / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ret-Gone / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sailor Earth / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Same Clothes, Different Year / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Newspaper News Hound / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
School Play / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Secret Keeper / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Self-Fanservice / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Series Fauxnale / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shonen Hair / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Short Film / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Shōjo (Demographic) / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sick Episode / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Signature Move / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Skunk Stripe / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sleeper Hit / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Slipknot Ponytail / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
So What Do We Do Now? / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Something About a Rose / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Special Edition Title / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Star-Derailing Role / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Steven Ulysses Perhero / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strictly Formula / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Strong Family Resemblance / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Student Council President / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Super-Cute Superpowers / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Superhero / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Support Party Member / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Surprise Difficulty / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Team Shot / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Teen Genius / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Tengu / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Testosterone Brigade / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Thanking the Viewer / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Chooser of The One / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Ditz / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Fashionista / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Fellowship Has Ended / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Girl Who Fits This Slipper / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Heart / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Heartless / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Original Series / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
The Worf Barrage / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
This Loser Is You / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Three Plus Two / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Toyless Toyline Character / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transfer Student Uniforms / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transformation Name Announcement / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Transformation Trinket / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
2D Visuals, 3D Effects / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Two-Teacher School / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Verbal Tic Name / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Villain Teleportation / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Voluntary Shapeshifting / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Water Is Womanly / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
When Trees Attack / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Who Wears Short Shorts? / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
World-Healing Wave / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
You Have Outlived Your Usefulness / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Younger Than They Look / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Manga)
seeAlso
Pretty Cure (Franchise)
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Problem with Licensed Games / Sugar Wiki / int_6b61d7e
 prettycure
sameAs
Pretty Cure (Franchise)
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Law of Chromatic Superiority / int_6b61d7e
 Pretty Cure (Franchise)
hasFeature
Sunny Sunflower Disposition / int_6b61d7e