History Anime / OjamajoDoremi

31st May '18 12:53:01 PM starjewel
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* DubInducedPlotHole: The English dub stated that there were eight witch exams when there were actually nine total, and none of the episodes involving the exams were cut... so which one was technically not an exam?
** The English dub also changed some of the characters' backgrounds, most noticeably Masaru Yada/Justin Bailey. In the dub, he was a transfer student from a boarding school... except that Doremi and Hazuki have known him since kindergarten and he even showed up in a flashback from when the girls were little. Good thing 4Kids never got past the first season, otherwise it would be strange trying to explain how Doremi had never heard of him even though they've literally been in the same class since kindergarten.
28th Apr '18 7:38:05 AM fruitstripegum
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** [[spoiler:Doremi in the GrandFinale. She is so distraught over losing her closest friends to their chosen paths that she ignores everyone's pleas. Even her TrademarkFvoriteFood, steak, did nothing.]]

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** [[spoiler:Doremi in the GrandFinale. She is so distraught over losing her closest friends to their chosen paths that she ignores everyone's pleas. Even her TrademarkFvoriteFood, TrademarkFavoriteFood, steak, did nothing.]]
24th Mar '18 12:53:45 PM rjd1922
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Toei Animation's CuteWitch CashCowFranchise from 1999 to 2003, spanning four year-long television series, with an extra series airing in 2005.

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Toei Animation's Creator/ToeiAnimation's CuteWitch CashCowFranchise from 1999 to 2003, spanning four year-long television series, with an extra series airing in 2005.
15th Mar '18 1:47:32 AM evknucklehead
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* FakeWizardry: On one episode the girls had a magic exam, during which they had to defeat other witches who obviously had many years of experience and vast numbers of spells in their arsenals. What did they do to impress them and win the competition? STAGE MAGIC TRICKS of course, and since the witches were so used to using real magic they didn't question if the magic was real. They assumed they were rare tricks even for them (like Doremi rotating her head many times).

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* FakeWizardry: On one episode the girls had a magic exam, during which they had to defeat other witches who obviously had many years of experience and vast numbers of spells in their arsenals. What did they do to impress them and win the competition? STAGE MAGIC TRICKS of course, and since the witches were so used to using real magic they didn't question if the magic was real. They assumed they were rare tricks even for them (like Doremi Hazuki rotating her head many times).
12th Mar '18 6:40:00 PM yukariever17
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** Hana: "Chi~tsu!" is how she says "hello". [[BorrowedCatchPhrase Doremi sometimes uses it, too.]]

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** Hana: "Chi~tsu!" "Chii~su!" is how she says "hello". [[BorrowedCatchPhrase Doremi sometimes uses it, too.]]



* ToiletTrainingEpisode: Episode 5 of Naisho has Pop trying to potty train Hana-chan by switching their bodies. After a very rough experience, they learn that it's best for someone to be toilet trained when they're ready and not when someone asks them to.



---> Hazuki and/or Momoko: '''"Majo Rika! Majo Rika! Mjo Rika! Majo Rika!"'''

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---> Hazuki and/or Momoko: '''"Majo Rika! Majo Rika! Mjo Majo Rika! Majo Rika!"'''
12th Mar '18 12:39:22 AM starjewel
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Toei Animation's CuteWitch CashCowFranchise from 1999 to 2003, spanning four year-long television series and one {{OVA}}.

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Toei Animation's CuteWitch CashCowFranchise from 1999 to 2003, spanning four year-long television series, with an extra series and one {{OVA}}.
airing in 2005.
12th Mar '18 12:38:49 AM starjewel
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In the second series (''Ojamajo Doremi # (Sharp)''), [[LateArrivalSpoiler Onpu has reformed]] and Doremi gains a magical "daughter" called Hana that [[HasTwoMommies she has to raise for one year]]. The third series (''Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi'') introduces American witch apprentice Momoko Asuka to help the group pass a test to become formal witches. This test involves turning their shop into a bakery for the season. The fourth and final television series (''Ojamajo Doremi Dokka~n!'') has Hana [[PlotRelevantAgeUp force-grow herself]] to the same age as Doremi so she can attend school with her "mommy". An OVA followed (''Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho'') that was set during ''Mo~tto'' and focused on various secrets held by the main characters.

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In the second series (''Ojamajo Doremi # (Sharp)''), [[LateArrivalSpoiler Onpu has reformed]] and Doremi gains a magical "daughter" called Hana that [[HasTwoMommies she has to raise for one year]]. The third series (''Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi'') introduces American witch apprentice Momoko Asuka to help the group pass a test to become formal witches. This test involves turning their shop into a bakery for the season. The fourth and final television series (''Ojamajo Doremi Dokka~n!'') has Hana [[PlotRelevantAgeUp force-grow herself]] to the same age as Doremi so she can attend school with her "mommy". An OVA A fifth series followed (''Ojamajo Doremi Na-i-sho'') that was set during ''Mo~tto'' and focused on various secrets held by the main characters.
20th Feb '18 8:08:41 AM yukariever17
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* FantasticAesop: Don't cure others / resurrect the dead with magic... Because it damages you instead. And would get you punished when caught (if you're still alive).
15th Feb '18 10:19:44 PM annette12
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* GenreSavvy: Aiko, primarily in the first part of the first series. Onpu starts off and remains GenreSavvy throughout the series.
14th Nov '17 5:11:40 AM yukariever17
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* LoopholeAbuse: In the light novels, when the girls become witch apprentices once again, they ask the Witch Queen to set an artificial restriction on them, so that when one uses magic for her own purposes, they will lose their powers. Not long later, the girls start to ''abuse the rule they set up themselves'' -- Oh god, I'm in trouble yet I can't use magic for my own purpose! But no worries, I'll just ask my friends to use magic to solve this problem for me.
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