History Anime / HeartcatchPrettyCure

21st Nov '15 11:41:30 AM nombretomado
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** Hiroto from episode 15 looks like a young [[RurouniKenshin Kenshin]], though the crossed scar is on the opposite cheek.
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** Hiroto from episode 15 looks like a young [[RurouniKenshin [[Manga/RurouniKenshin Kenshin]], though the crossed scar is on the opposite cheek.
7th Oct '15 4:47:39 AM ChrisX
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** The novels makes things actually ''even darker'', rounding up the villains further: [[spoiler:Kumojacky, Cobraja and Sasorina's backstories were revealed as of why they become Desert Apostles: Kumojacky was kicked out of his dojo due to violent outburst, Cobraja was expelled from fashion business due to his arrogance and narcissism, Sasorina... had an accident in her career as a child caretaker that killed a child under her care. But that didn't match up with Dune's. Let's see, turns out his father was a super abusive and wanting him dead, killed his mother and his nanny that tried protecting him while he escaped, all while he planned to TakeOverTheWorld, causing Dune to strike a DealWithTheDevil and gains power through his sheer hatred to his father and decided that if his father wanted to take over Earth, he'll destroy it to spite on his father.]] Any wonders that these materials are left out in the actual show?
20th Sep '15 8:44:25 PM Blazer
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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The final episode shows everyone a year after the events of the series. The ''Heartcatch'' novel gives a proper one for the main heroines: [[spoiler:Yuri moves back to Kyoto with her mom and attends Kyoto College, Itsuki goes to France to study fashion, Tsubomi takes up English so she can join NASA and Erika... just wants to start a High School Fashion Club.]]
13th Aug '15 6:37:53 AM wootzits
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* InvisibleBackupBand: Considering there's an actual band playing in Episodes 36, it doesn't seem likely that this would come into play if not for the violin playing in the music when none of the band members have one.
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* InvisibleBackupBand: Considering there's an actual band playing in Episodes episode 36, it doesn't seem likely that this would come into play if not for the violin playing in the music when none of the band members have one.one. * ItsQuietTooQuiet: In episode 28, Precure come across a park, which is suspiciously empty of kids for the Summer. Tsubomi says "It's quiet" and Itsuki replies "Too quiet. Something's up." Few seconds later, they're attacked by dozens of Desertrians.
2nd Aug '15 5:20:27 PM nombretomado
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** The red/magenta heart seeds are essentially Magical Girl [[MobileSuitGundam00 Trans-Am]].
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** The red/magenta heart seeds are essentially Magical Girl [[MobileSuitGundam00 [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Trans-Am]].
2nd Aug '15 1:46:23 PM wootzits
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* FriendlyTickleTorture: In the Mother's Day episode, Tsubomi asks Nanami about her mother; Tsubomi apologizes frantically when Erika tells her she's dead. Nanami is silent for a moment and then tickles Tsubomi to show she's not offended.
31st Jul '15 11:41:05 AM wootzits
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* MythologyGag: In episode 21, Potpourri tries to get Sayaka to become a Precure by saying there has been a football-playing one before (Natsuki Rin from ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'').
31st Jul '15 10:49:02 AM wootzits
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* RedOneGosFaster: If the Cures douse themselves with red perfume, they gain a red aura and a speed boost (seen in episode 19, for example).
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* RedOneGosFaster: RedOnesGoFaster: If the Cures douse themselves with red perfume, they gain a red aura and a speed boost (seen in episode 19, for example).
31st Jul '15 10:48:44 AM wootzits
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* FlowerMotifs: Pretty much what the entire series is based around.
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* FlowerMotifs: Pretty much what All humans have a Heart Flower that's symbolic of a vital characteristic of their personalitites (thus the entire series language of flowers is based around.very important in this show).

* FromBadToWorse: [[spoiler: Even Heartcatch Mirage isn't enough to stop Dune. He turns into [[OneWingedAngel an enormous giant man in outer space]] and then starts pummeling the Earth with his bare hands.]]
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* FromBadToWorse: [[spoiler: Even [[spoiler:Even Heartcatch Mirage isn't enough to stop Dune. He turns into [[OneWingedAngel an enormous giant man in outer space]] and then starts pummeling the Earth with his bare hands.]]

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* FromBadToWorse: [[spoiler: Even Heartcatch Mirage isn't enough to stop Dune. He turns into [[OneWingedAngel an enormous giant man in outer space]] and then starts pummeling RedOneGosFaster: If the Earth Cures douse themselves with his bare hands.]]red perfume, they gain a red aura and a speed boost (seen in episode 19, for example).
19th Jul '15 8:38:14 AM TheNerfGuy
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Sinkhole.
* [[BewareMyStingerTail Beware My Stinger Ponytail]]: Sasorina
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* [[BewareMyStingerTail Beware My Stinger Ponytail]]: SasorinaBewareMyStingerTail: Sasorina's ponytail ends in a stinger that she claims can inject venom. [[InformedAbility She never got a chance to use it, though.]]

** Funnily enough, her [[IllBoy frail]] older brother [[DudeLooksLikeALady resembles a girl]] more than anything.

* [[BreatherEpisode Breather (Half-)Episode]]: The first half of episode 47. Between the defeat of Kumojacky and Cobraja and the battle versus Dark Pretty Cure and Prof. Sabaku, we see how hilarious Sunacky can be.
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* [[BreatherEpisode Breather (Half-)Episode]]: BreatherEpisode: The first half of episode 47. Between the defeat of Kumojacky and Cobraja and the battle versus Dark Pretty Cure and Prof. Sabaku, we see how hilarious Sunacky can be.

* CurbStompBattle: When Dune actually appears in person, he totally thrashed the Precures[[spoiler:, Cure Flower included]].
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* CurbStompBattle: CurbStompBattle: ** When Dune actually appears in person, he totally thrashed the Precures[[spoiler:, Cure Flower included]].

* CutesyNameTown[=/=]{{Premiseville}}: Kibogahana ("Flower of Hope").
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* CutesyNameTown[=/=]{{Premiseville}}: CutesyNameTown: Kibogahana ("Flower of Hope").

* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Cologne flew in front of an attack from Professor Sabaku to save Cure Moonlight, costing him his life.]] ** [[spoiler:And Sabaku himself protects Yuri and Tsubomi from one of Dune's attacks in episode 48, killing him in the process.]]
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* HeroicSacrifice: HeroicSacrifice: ** [[spoiler:Cologne flew in front of an attack from Professor Sabaku to save Cure Moonlight, costing him his life.]] ** [[spoiler:And Sabaku [[spoiler:Sabaku himself protects Yuri and Tsubomi from one of Dune's attacks in episode 48, killing him in the process.]]

* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Cologne flew in front of an attack ** Tsubomi's hair goes from Professor Sabaku apple red to save Cure Moonlight, costing him his life.]] pink. ** [[spoiler:And Sabaku himself protects Yuri and Tsubomi Erika's hair goes from one of Dune's attacks in episode 48, killing him in the process.]]deep blue to bright blue. ** Ituski's hair goes from brunette to golden blonde. ** Yuri's hair goes from dull purple to bright violet.

* PowerMakesYourHairGrow: Itsuki gets some luxurious locks when she transforms into Cure Sunshine.
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* PowerMakesYourHairGrow: Itsuki As with all ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' shows, transforming into a Pretty Cure causes the girl's hair to grow. Special mention goes to Itsuki, who gets some luxurious locks when she transforms into Cure Sunshine.

* ThePowerOfLove: The power of Infinite Pretty Cure is literally Infinite Love, which she/they use to stop Dune's earth-shaking rampage.
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* ThePowerOfLove: The power of Infinite Pretty Cure Mugen Silhouette is literally Infinite Love, which she/they use to stop Dune's earth-shaking rampage.

* PrehensileHair: Sasorina
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* PrehensileHair: SasorinaSasorina's ponytail has shown itself capable of extending itself and acting as an additional limb for combat, as evidenced when she tried to sting Tsubomi with it.

* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Mr. Tsukikage.]] * RetiredBadass: Kaoruko Hanasaki, AKA Cure Flower, who has fought and defeated Dune in the past. [[spoiler: Kumojacky and Cobraja never knew what hit 'em when they temporarily forced her out of retirement in episode 44.]] ** Coupe, her fairy partner also qualifies. * TheReveal: Why do the Desert Apostles run with their tails between their legs whenever they're in danger of being purified? [[spoiler:It's because they're made from Heart Flowers themselves, making them functionally humanoid Desertians and subject to the same conditions.]]
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* %%* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:Mr. Tsukikage.]] * RetiredBadass: RetiredBadass: ** Kaoruko Hanasaki, AKA Cure Flower, who has fought and defeated Dune in the past. [[spoiler: Kumojacky and Cobraja never knew what hit 'em when they temporarily forced her out of retirement in episode 44.]] ** Coupe, her fairy partner partner, also qualifies. * TheReveal: TheReveal: ** Why do the Desert Apostles run with their tails between their legs whenever they're in danger of being purified? [[spoiler:It's because they're made from Heart Flowers themselves, making them functionally humanoid Desertians and subject to the same conditions.]]

* [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Ridiculously Cute Critters]]: The Cure partners, especially Potpourri.
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* [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Ridiculously Cute Critters]]: RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The Cure partners, especially Potpourri.Potpourri, resemble plush toys with frilly ears and small, beady eyes.

* SchoolPlay: In Episode 16, the fashion club is charged of making costumes for the school play the drama club is holding. * SecretTestOfCharacter: Episodes 37 and 38. * {{Shojo}}
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* SchoolPlay: In Episode 16, the fashion club is charged in charge of making costumes for the school play the drama club is holding. * SecretTestOfCharacter: Episodes 37 and 38. * 38 [[spoiler:pit the Pretty Cure against the Mirage Pretty Cure. Each Mirage represents the past faults that originally defined their respective Cure, and accepting those faults instead of trying to deny or change them was the only way to defeat them and get stronger.]] %%* {{Shojo}}

* ShoutOut: In Episode 5, Tsubomi (Creator/NanaMizuki) adds rapeseed (''[[LyricalNanoha Nanoha]]na'') to the flower arrangement.
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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut: ** In Episode 5, Tsubomi (Creator/NanaMizuki) adds rapeseed (''[[LyricalNanoha Nanoha]]na'') to the flower arrangement.

** Kumojacky looks a lot like Anime/CaptainHarlock. See WrongGenreSavvy below.
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** Kumojacky looks a lot like Anime/CaptainHarlock. See WrongGenreSavvy below.Anime/CaptainHarlock..

* StoryBreakerPower[=/=] GameBreaker: [[spoiler: Infinity Silhouette. A planet sized Precure, who's so powerful the main big bad, who also had grown to the size of the planet, can't even hit her. His punches literally bounce off her like they are nothing, and she literally defeats him with one punch. It's never seen again, not even in the All stars crossover movies that air after the series Infinity Silouette appears in ended, probably because of this trope.]]
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* StoryBreakerPower[=/=] GameBreaker: [[spoiler: StoryBreakerPower: Infinity Silhouette. A [[spoiler:A planet sized Precure, who's so powerful the main big bad, who also had grown to the size of the planet, can't even hit her. His punches literally bounce off her like they are nothing, and she literally defeats him with one punch. It's never seen again, not even in the All stars crossover movies that air after the series Infinity Silouette appears in ended, probably because of this trope.]]

* SunnySunflowerDisposition: Cure Sunshine, [[CaptainObvious of course]].
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* %%* SunnySunflowerDisposition: Cure Sunshine, [[CaptainObvious of course]].Sunshine.

* SuperMode: Super Silhouette.
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* %%* SuperMode: Super Silhouette.

* TakingTheBullet: Erika takes [[TakenForGranite the bullet]] for Tsubomi in Episode 6. ** [[spoiler: Cologne took one for Cure Moonlight, resulting in his death.]]
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* TakingTheBullet: TakingTheBullet: ** In episode 6, during battle against a [[MonsterOfTheWeek Desertrian]] that has the power to petrify whoever gets caught in its camera glare, Erika takes [[TakenForGranite jumps in between it and Tsubomi, getting frozen in the bullet]] for Tsubomi in Episode 6. process. ** [[spoiler: Cologne took one intercepts an attack Dark Precure meant for Cure Moonlight, Moonlight and the Great Heart Tree, resulting in his death.]]

* VerbalTic: Coffret and Chypre end their sentences with "~desu".
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* VerbalTic: VerbalTic: ** Coffret and Chypre end their sentences with "~desu".

* WholesomeCrossdresser: Itsuki. * WordSaladTitle * TheWorfEffect: Subverted. The girls (especially Cure Sunshine) were shown to be able to hold their own against the Desert Apostles in the past, but once Cure Moonlight showed up, they were easily beaten up. Admittedly, the Apostles were stronger thanks to the Dark Bracelets, and by the end of the episode, the three of them were nearly able to cleanse them, but only after Cure Moonlight softened them up quite a bit.
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* WholesomeCrossdresser: Itsuki. * Itsuki. She dresses as a boy due to it being part of her duties. %%* WordSaladTitle * TheWorfEffect: TheWorfEffect: ** Subverted. The girls (especially Cure Sunshine) were shown to be able to hold their own against the Desert Apostles in the past, but once Cure Moonlight showed up, they were easily beaten up. Admittedly, Justified, since the Apostles were stronger thanks to the Dark Bracelets, and by the end of the episode, the three of them were nearly able to cleanse them, but only after Cure Moonlight softened them up quite a bit.

* [[{{Your Soul Is Mine}} Your Heart Flower is Mine]]: The "Just the Soul" variant (at first). This is how the {{Monster of the Week}} shows up, but the [[{{Our Souls are Different}} Heart Flowers]] must have already begun to wilt themselves before the villains can invoke this. The body itself takes the form of [[{{Buffy Speak}} some kind of transparent colorful crystal ball thing]]; and if the victim's [[{{Our Souls are Different}} Heart Flower]] wilts completely while the {{Monster of the Week}} has it, then that person essentially dies because he/she is in that form forever and his/her [[{{Our Souls are Different}} Heart Flower]] cannot be retaken and ''would'' make the [[{{World Tree}} Grand Heart Tree]] wilt more. Emphasis on "would" because the Pretty Cures are always JustInTime.
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* [[{{Your Soul Is Mine}} Your Heart Flower is Mine]]: YourSoulIsMine: The "Just the Soul" variant (at first). This is how the {{Monster of the Week}} MonsterOfTheWeek shows up, but the [[{{Our Souls are Different}} [[OurSoulsAreDifferent Heart Flowers]] must have already begun to wilt themselves before the villains can invoke this. The body itself takes the form of [[{{Buffy Speak}} [[BuffySpeak some kind of transparent colorful crystal ball thing]]; and if the victim's [[{{Our Souls are Different}} [[OurSoulsAreDifferent Heart Flower]] wilts completely while the {{Monster of the Week}} MonsterOfTheWeek has it, then that person essentially dies in a way because he/she is they are in that form forever and his/her [[{{Our Souls are Different}} their [[OurSoulsAreDifferent Heart Flower]] Flowers]] cannot be retaken and ''would'' make the [[{{World Tree}} Grand [[WorldTree Great Heart Tree]] wilt more. Emphasis on "would" because the Pretty Cures are always JustInTime.
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