History Anime / FushigiboshiNoFutagohime

30th Dec '15 4:36:47 AM DragonQuestZ
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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: The princesses all get [[CoolCrown tiaras]], OperaGloves, and a PimpedOutDress. Fine and Rein gain sceptres when they transform and their dresses [[BuffySpeak out pimp]] all other dresses. Bright, Shade, and Tio get crowns in addition to swords and capes.

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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia: The princesses all get [[CoolCrown tiaras]], OperaGloves, HighClassGloves, and a PimpedOutDress. Fine and Rein gain sceptres when they transform and their dresses [[BuffySpeak out pimp]] all other dresses. Bright, Shade, and Tio get crowns in addition to swords and capes.
30th Sep '15 4:01:41 AM valar55
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* RunningGag: The twins' "I hate it" dance, Tio trying (and failing) to help out, Poomo [[Deadpansnarker muttering about his situation]], to name a few.

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* RunningGag: The twins' "I hate it" dance, Tio trying (and failing) to help out, Poomo [[Deadpansnarker [[DeadpanSnarker muttering about his situation]], to name a few.
22nd Jul '15 2:06:56 PM Willbyr
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Fushigiboshi No Futagohime ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Twin Princess [sic] Of Wonder Planet"]]) is a {{shoujo}} MagicalGirl series from the director of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Junichi Sato. Initially a [[http://futagohime.jp/original concept with its own interactive webpage]] by BIRTHDAY (also known for their ''VideoGame/DaikaijuuMonogatari'' games), Hal Film Maker took the idea and adapted it into an anime, which began in April of 2005.

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''Fushigiboshi
No Futagohime Futagohime'' ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Twin Princess [sic] Of Wonder Planet"]]) is a {{shoujo}} MagicalGirl series from the director of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Junichi Sato. Initially a [[http://futagohime.jp/original concept with its own interactive webpage]] by BIRTHDAY (also known for their ''VideoGame/DaikaijuuMonogatari'' games), Hal Film Maker took the idea and adapted it into an anime, which began in April of 2005.
25th Jun '15 12:32:29 PM starjewel
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The show's official title in English is ''Twin Princess of Wonder Planet'', which is shown on the first EyeCatch as well as TV Tokyo's English website. "Twin ''Princesses''" is the grammatically correct term. Since Japanese doesn't have any plural markers for its nouns, you'd let them off for that and expect the title to be corrected later on -- but ''nope''! Even when it was licensed in European countries, the same title was ''still'' kept!

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The show's official title in English is ''Twin Princess of Wonder Planet'', which is shown on the first EyeCatch as well as TV Tokyo's English website. "Twin ''Princesses''" is the grammatically correct term. Since Japanese doesn't have any plural markers for its nouns, you'd let them off for that and expect the title to be corrected later on -- but ''nope''! Even when Be it was the manga licensed in English by Creator/ChuangYi, or licensed in European countries, the same title was ''still'' kept!
25th Jun '15 12:24:32 PM starjewel
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Fushigiboshi No Futagohime ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Twin Princesses Of The Wonder Planet"]]) is a {{shoujo}} MagicalGirl series from the director of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Junichi Sato. Initially a [[http://futagohime.jp/original concept with its own interactive webpage]] by BIRTHDAY (also known for their ''VideoGame/DaikaijuuMonogatari'' games), Hal Film Maker took the idea and adapted it into an anime, which began in April of 2005.

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Fushigiboshi No Futagohime ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Twin Princesses Princess [sic] Of The Wonder Planet"]]) is a {{shoujo}} MagicalGirl series from the director of ''Anime/SailorMoon'', Junichi Sato. Initially a [[http://futagohime.jp/original concept with its own interactive webpage]] by BIRTHDAY (also known for their ''VideoGame/DaikaijuuMonogatari'' games), Hal Film Maker took the idea and adapted it into an anime, which began in April of 2005.


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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The show's official title in English is ''Twin Princess of Wonder Planet'', which is shown on the first EyeCatch as well as TV Tokyo's English website. "Twin ''Princesses''" is the grammatically correct term. Since Japanese doesn't have any plural markers for its nouns, you'd let them off for that and expect the title to be corrected later on -- but ''nope''! Even when it was licensed in European countries, the same title was ''still'' kept!
17th Oct '14 9:33:49 AM TheNerfGuy
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* FireBreathingDiner: An earlier episode of the first season involved Fine and Rein wanting to try "Flame Fried Rice" and finding that the spice needed wasn't present. A newer, even stronger spice was found and "Ultimate Flame Fried Rice" was born. As thanks, the chef cooking the stuff let Fine and Rein be the first to taste it. Their faces turned red for a few seconds...and then they breathed fire.
4th Sep '14 6:02:54 PM TheNerfGuy
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* {{Beach Episode}} : Episode 21, in ''Gyu!''

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* {{Beach Episode}} : BeachEpisode: Episode 21, in ''Gyu!''''Gyu!''
* BiggerBad: [[spoiler: The Black Crystal is ultimately behind ''everything'' bad that happens throughout both seasons and the backstory, from the original weakening of the Blessing of the Sun to Boomo's corruption to Blessing's second weakening to the EvilChancellor's goal of WorldDomination to Bright's FaceHeelTurn ''AND'' to the shenanigans pulled by the Black Planet Academy. Every single bit of it is ultimately the Black Crystal's fault.]]


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* EldritchAbomination: The Black Crystal. It takes the form of an otherwise inconspicuous crystal, but it has a will of its own and it's real form is largely incomprehensible. Finally, AsLongAsThereIsEvil, the Black Crystal ''will'' keep coming back!
* EmotionEater: The Black Crystal is this in that it feeds off of negative emotions, particularly unhappiness and despair. Anger will suffice, as Shade found out, but unhappiness seems to be what it prefers given that it has its thralls spread unhappiness and misery around.
30th Aug '14 10:29:40 AM TheNerfGuy
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* AcademyOfEvil: The Black Planet Academy from ''Gyu!''. Its students are encouraged to disrupt Royal Wonder Academy and make it look bad by any means necessary.



* ImpracticallyFancyOutfit

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* ImpracticallyFancyOutfitImpracticallyFancyOutfit: Look at the dresses Fine and Rein wear while transformed. They may [[SheCleansUpNicely make them look cute]], but they look nothing like something you'd see someone fight in.



* InvoluntaryDance: The Feather Myuugram.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Eclipse.

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* InvoluntaryDance: The Feather Myuugram.
Myuugram. Point it at a person(s), press a few buttons in a specific order, and the target(s) will dance uncontrollably. It's effective against everything but fast creatures.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Eclipse.Eclipse[[spoiler:/Prince Shade]]. He is cold and distant, but he legitimately cares for those he trusts.



* MagicByAnyOtherName: The Prominence. It is never called magic anywhere in the series. The cloest its ever come to being called that is courtesy of Altezza, and she only ever refers to it as Fine and Rein's "weird power".

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* MagicByAnyOtherName: The Prominence. It is never called magic anywhere in the series. The cloest closest its ever come to being called that is courtesy of Altezza, and she only ever refers to it as Fine and Rein's "weird power".



* PettingZooPeople: Most of the inhabitants of the Wonder Planet

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* PettingZooPeople: Most of the inhabitants of the Wonder PlanetPlanet are very much anthropomorphic.



* PrinceCharming: Bright.

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* PrinceCharming: Bright. He is kind, charming, and very popular with the girls of the Wonder Planet.



* PrincessesPreferPink: Fine

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* PrincessesPreferPink: FineFine, if her color theme is anything to go by.



* RunningGag: The twins' "I hate it" dance, Tio trying (and failing) to help out, Poomo muttering about his situation, to name a few.

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* RunningGag: The twins' "I hate it" dance, Tio trying (and failing) to help out, Poomo [[Deadpansnarker muttering about his situation, situation]], to name a few.



* ThemeMusicPowerUp

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* ThemeMusicPowerUpThemeMusicPowerUp: A theme is sounded every time fine and Rein transform. New ones are sounded as they get new levels of power, and the theme that sounds when they use the Prominence gets remixed. ''Gyu!'' has this as well, complete with a battle theme.



* TrueBlueFemininity: Rein

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* TrueBlueFemininity: ReinRein, if her color them is anything to go by.



* WhatTheHellHero: During the Best Sweets Princess Party, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Fine and Rein inadvertently destroy Altezza's entry]] while helping Lione. When they go to apologize to Altezza, Altezza becomes rather pissed instead of remorseful at what they have to say. Fine and Rein end up yelling at her and losing all of their princess levels.

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* WhatTheHellHero: During the Best Sweets Princess Party, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Fine and Rein inadvertently destroy Altezza's entry]] while helping Lione. When they go to apologize to Altezza, Altezza becomes rather pissed instead of remorseful at what they have to say. Fine and Rein end up yelling at her, prompting her to call ''them'' out on their own behavior. This ultimately results in Fie and Rein losing all of their princess levels.
24th Aug '14 6:49:48 PM TheNerfGuy
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* ContrivedCoincidence: The Prominence in the earlier part of Season 1 seems to cause these whenever it's used.
** For example, when Fine and Rein were trying to get some sugar for Lione when she spilled the last of hers (and getting a bag of salt when they ask Altezza), the twin princesses used the Prominence to try and conjure up some. Instead, it conjured a mound of soil. They are about to give up when a traveling sumo group arrived and decided to accept the soil. One of the just so happened to confuse sugar with salt and the three princesses traded the salt they received from Altezza to score the sugar Lione needed. How those events could possibly occur with that level of precision is anyone's guess barring AWizardDidIt (and that could very well be the case, given [[MagicByAnyOtherName the Prominence's]] nature in this world).
12th Aug '14 6:25:10 PM TheNerfGuy
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* BalefulPolymorph: Fine suffers this when she fails to understand why the lack of rain in the Seed Kingdom is a bad thing.



* ErmineCapeEffect

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* ErmineCapeEffectErmineCapeEffect: One reason why Fine and Rein are considered "un-princesslike" is because they wear casual clothes almost all the time.



* TheForce: The Prominence
* FrillsOfJustice

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* TheForce: The Prominence
* FrillsOfJustice
FrillsOfJustice: Fine and Rein's power levels are typically measured by how [[PimpedOutDress pimped out]] their dresses are.



* GratuitousEnglish

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* GratuitousEnglishGratuitousEnglish: One episode had a one-shot male character using this as his CharacterTic. Other characters use this too but never to his degree.



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Poomo, in the final episode of the first series]], [[DisneyDeath not that it lasts]].
* HollowWorld

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Poomo, in the final episode of the first series]], series, [[DisneyDeath though not that it lasts]].
lasts]].]]
* HollowWorldHollowWorld: The outside is a barren world with spike-like mountains dotting it and a star-shaped hole. Inside is a bright and cheery SugarBowl.



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharactersLoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: The first season had this in spades. ''Gyu!' introduced ''even more characters!''



* LuckyCharmsTitle

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* LuckyCharmsTitleLuckyCharmsTitle: A star is present in the show's title.



* MagicByAnyOtherName: The Prominence. It is never called magic anywhere in the series. The cloest its ever come to being called that is courtesy of Altezza, and she only ever refers to it as Fine and Rein's "weird power".



* PeacockGirl

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* PeacockGirlPeacockGirl: Altezza's original outfit looked like this. Lione's samba outfit is this (with more {{Fanservice}}).



* PrincessClassic

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* PrincessClassicPrincessClassic: Fine, Rein, Lione, Milro, Sophie, and the eleven Seed Princesses. Milky is very young but fits too. Altezza eventually grows into this as well.



* RequisiteRoyalRegalia
* RoyalBlood

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* RequisiteRoyalRegalia
RequisiteRoyalRegalia: The princesses all get [[CoolCrown tiaras]], OperaGloves, and a PimpedOutDress. Fine and Rein gain sceptres when they transform and their dresses [[BuffySpeak out pimp]] all other dresses. Bright, Shade, and Tio get crowns in addition to swords and capes.
* RoyalBloodRoyalBlood: The main characters and many of the supporting characters are princesses and princes. ''Gyu!'' adds more.



* SiblingTeam

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* SiblingTeamSiblingTeam: Fine and Rein. Bright and Altezza to a far lesser extent.



* TransformationSequence

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* TransformationSequenceTransformationSequence: Several as the series goes on. The first one uses the Prominence. When that is stolen, the Fortulet princess sequence appears. When Bright's powers finally allow him to NoSell their powers, the girls gain the Eternal Solar form. Then ''Gyu!'' gives them the Universal and Grand Universal Princess forms, which requires Kyukyu and Pyupyu to initiate.



* WheelOFeet

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* WheelOFeetWheelOFeet: Something of a running gag. To give an idea of how often it happens, take a drink every time someone demonstrates this trope.
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