History Characters / OjamajoDoremi

21st Oct '17 7:10:12 AM WannurSyafiqah74
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* AmbidextrousSprite: Like Aiko, part of her bangs will always switch sides no matter which way you look.



* AmbidextrousSprite: Like Doremi, her hairstyle will always switch sides no matter which way you look.



* NewTransferStudent: She transferred from Osaka in the third episode of the entire series.
* OutOfFocus: Later in the series, she (along with Hazuki) is mostly ignored in favor of the other main characters.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Wielded one during ''Motto'' once. Provides the page picture.

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* NewTransferStudent: She transferred from Osaka in the third episode of the entire first series.
* OutOfFocus: Later in the series, she (along with Hazuki) is mostly ignored in favor of the other main characters.
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* PaperFanOfDoom: Wielded one during ''Motto'' ''Motto!'' once. Provides the page picture.



* {{Tomboy}}: She has displayed in interest in sports that most boys in school prefer and she is very much an athlete.
* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: Aiko is a full-blown tomboy but she doesn't mind doing girly things along with her friends, like working in a flower shop (or bakery shop later on), taking care of a baby, or wearing a CuteWitch outfit.

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* {{Tomboy}}: She has displayed in interest in sports that most boys in school prefer prefer, and she is very much an athlete.
* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: Aiko is a full-blown tomboy but she doesn't mind doing girly things along with her friends, like working in a flower shop (or a bakery shop later on), taking care of a baby, or wearing a CuteWitch outfit.



* BitCharacter: Pop became a witch apprentice in the middle of the first series and gained a larger role during ''Sharp'' (to the point of receiving her own ImageSong, even!), only to be DemotedToExtra once Momoko appears. The official page lists her on the same page of Doremi's family members while the rest of the Ojamajos each get their own pages.

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* BitCharacter: Pop became a witch apprentice in the middle of the first series and gained a larger role during ''Sharp'' (to the point of receiving her own ImageSong, even!), only to be DemotedToExtra once Momoko appears. The official page lists her on the same page of Doremi's family members members, while the rest of the Ojamajos each get their own pages.



* MouthyKid: She's very snarky and annoying towards Doremi, but most of the time she has a point and is considered the more reasonable one of the two sisters.

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* MouthyKid: She's very snarky and annoying towards Doremi, but most of the time time, she has a point and is considered the more reasonable one of the two sisters.



She became an Apprentice when she caught and called Majo Ruka a Witch, resulting in her being cursed. After hearing about Doremi, Hazuki, and Aiko from Majo Ruka, Onpu becomes resolved to outclass them. She was even given a charm that would let her withstand the punishment from using forbidden magic, and she abused it a lot over the series. As the series went on, she takes levels in kindness with occasional PetTheDog moments before cementing a HeelFaceTurn by saving the other Ojamajos from being cursed, officially joining the group come ''Sharp''.

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She became an Apprentice apprentice when she caught and called Majo Ruka a Witch, witch, resulting in her being cursed. After hearing about Doremi, Hazuki, and Aiko from Majo Ruka, Onpu becomes resolved to outclass them. She was even given a charm that would let her withstand the punishment from using forbidden magic, and she abused it a lot over the series. As the series went on, she takes levels in kindness with occasional PetTheDog moments before cementing a HeelFaceTurn by saving the other Ojamajos from being cursed, officially joining the group come ''Sharp''.



* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: Her head and hairstyle resembles a musical note.

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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: Her head and hairstyle resembles resemble a musical note.



* BrutalHonesty: She admits to speaking bluntly

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* BrutalHonesty: She admits to speaking bluntlybluntly.



* GratuitousEnglish: ''We can do anything if we do it together~''

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* GratuitousEnglish: ''We "''We can do anything if we do it together~''together~''"



* {{Hypocrite}}: She talks with BrutalHonesty but does not like Momoko doing the same to her.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: She talks with BrutalHonesty BrutalHonesty, but does not like Momoko doing the same to her.



* MeaningfulName: Onpu means "musical note".

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* MeaningfulName: Onpu means "musical note".note", and she's an idol with an AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance.
9th Oct '17 1:25:19 AM annette12
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* TheDitz: She inherits the traits of every MagicalGirl protagonist, so she's extremely ditzy, even after her CharacterDevelopment.
1st Oct '17 7:17:55 PM yukariever17
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* TookALevelInJerkass: During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', [[spoiler:Hana had begun showing signs of a rebellious streak. [[WoundedGazelleGambit Eventually, she decided to take advantage of]] [[TheHighQueen Majo Kai no Jou-sama's]] [[WoundedGazelleGambit love for her and get Majo Rika punished for giving her a punishment that she mostly deserved.]] Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'': [[spoiler:Before all these, Hana got to know some clues about her twin sister living in the human world, but everyone else, including Majo Rika, kept information of her twin sister hidden from her. Since Hana knew that Majo Rika must have been lying but couldn't get more information from Majo Rika anyway, she made this plan in order to make Majo Ruka as her guardian so that she could get these clues much more easily -- specifically, when Majo Ruka got drunk. Alternate interpretations might still retain a justified portion of the jerkass level (making this trope half subverted, half zig-zagged), but even that is likely caused by all the age and grade skipping and Hana leaving her companions two times in a row, first Doremi and co., then her companions in the witch kindergarten. Once Hana showed up in front of the Ojamajos again, she has been portrayed as the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" -- the usual hyperactive and naïve girl who acts with all her good intentions, and this trope is ultimately averted. Granted, the LN series is known for some cheesy writing, [[note]]For example, If Hana's intention was to gather clues about her twin sister then why did she mention not wanting to leave her witch kindergarten friends in her reasoning and found Majo Rika bothersome for talking endlessly on this subject... and THEN saying she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint? This is where the alternate interpretations mentioned earlier can be based on.[[/note]] but that's beside the point.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', [[spoiler:Hana had begun showing signs of a rebellious streak. [[WoundedGazelleGambit Eventually, she decided to take advantage of]] [[TheHighQueen Majo Kai no Jou-sama's]] the Witch Queen's]] [[WoundedGazelleGambit love for her and get Majo Rika punished for giving her a punishment that she mostly deserved.]] ]]]] Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'': 16'', in the sense that it was a deliberate act for a purpose: [[spoiler:Before all these, Hana got to know some clues about her twin sister living in the human world, but everyone else, including Majo Rika, kept information of her twin sister hidden from her. Since Hana knew that Majo Rika must have been lying but couldn't get more information from Majo Rika anyway, she made this plan in order to make Majo Ruka as her guardian so that she could get these clues much more easily -- specifically, when Majo Ruka got drunk. Alternate Alternative interpretations might still retain a justified portion of the jerkass level (making this trope half subverted, half zig-zagged), but even that is likely caused by all the age and grade skipping and Hana leaving her companions two times in a row, first Doremi and co., then her companions in the witch kindergarten. Once Lastly, once Hana showed up in front of the Ojamajos again, she has been portrayed as the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" -- the usual hyperactive and naïve girl who acts with all her good intentions, and this trope is ultimately averted.intentions. Granted, the LN series is known for some cheesy writing, [[note]]For example, If Hana's intention was to gather clues about her twin sister then why did she mention not wanting to leave her witch kindergarten friends in her reasoning and found Majo Rika bothersome for talking endlessly on this subject... and THEN saying she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint? This is where the alternate interpretations mentioned earlier can be based on. Not to mention all the plotholes involving Hana's twin sister.[[/note]] but that's beside the point.]]
1st Oct '17 1:10:20 AM annette12
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* EveryoneLovesBlondes: Blonde and apparently popular with boys, though probably not as much as [[IdolSinger Onpu]].
28th Sep '17 4:02:11 AM Wannur_Syafiqah
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[[caption-width-right:190:Somewhat Younger Hana, in Motto. Before this, the only difference was a smaller size, inability to walk, and hair only up in one pigtail]]

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[[caption-width-right:190:Somewhat Younger Hana, in Motto. Before [[note]]Before this, the only difference was differences were a smaller size, inability to walk, and hair only up in one pigtail]]
pigtail.[[/note]]]]



* {{Catchphrase}}: When greeting people, "Chi~tsu!" ("Cheese" is her way of saying "Hello"). This has been used by some of the others on occasion.

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* {{Catchphrase}}: When greeting people, "Chi~tsu!" ("Cheese" she says "chi~tsu!" ("cheese" is her way of saying "Hello")."hello"). This has been used by some of the others on occasion.



* SpecialSnowflakeSyndrome: Being a full-blooded Witch, she has access to things that the other Ojamajos will never get. Most notably, she has her own unique uniform and TransformationSequence, recharges her magic differently than the others, and she is set to become the next Queen of the Witch World in the future.

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* SpecialSnowflakeSyndrome: Being a full-blooded Witch, witch, she has access to things that the other Ojamajos will never get. Most notably, she has her own unique uniform and TransformationSequence, recharges her magic differently than the others, and she is set to become the next Queen of the Witch World in the future.



* TookALevelInJerkass: During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', [[spoiler:Hana had begun showing signs of a rebellious streak. [[WoundedGazelleGambit Eventually, she decided to take advantage of]] [[TheHighQueen Majo Kai no Jou-sama's]] [[WoundedGazelleGambit love for her and get Majo Rika punished for giving her a punishment that she mostly deserved.]] ]] Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo Doremi 16: [[spoiler:Before all these, Hana got to know some clues about her twin sister living in the human world, but everyone else, including Majo Rika, kept information of her twin sister hidden from her. Since Hana knew that Majo Rika must have been lying but couldn't get more information from Majo Rika anyway, she made this plan in order to make Majo Ruka as her guardian so that she could get these clues much more easily -- specifically, when Majo Ruka got drunk. Alternate interpretations might still retain a justified portion of the jerkass level (making this trope half subverted, half zig-zagged), but even that is likely caused by all the age and grade skipping and Hana leaving her companions two times in a row, first Doremi and co., then her companions in the witch kindergarten. Once Hana showed up in front of the Ojamajos again, she has been portrayed as the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" -- the usual hyperactive and naïve girl who acts with all her good intentions, and this trope is ultimately averted. Granted, the LN series is known for some cheesy writing, [[note]]For example, If Hana's intention was to gather clues about her twin sister then why did she mention not wanting to leave her witch kindergarten friends in her reasoning and found Majo Rika bothersome for talking endlessly on this subject... and THEN saying she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint? This is where the alternate interpretations mentioned earlier can be based on.[[/note]] but that's beside the point.]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', [[spoiler:Hana had begun showing signs of a rebellious streak. [[WoundedGazelleGambit Eventually, she decided to take advantage of]] [[TheHighQueen Majo Kai no Jou-sama's]] [[WoundedGazelleGambit love for her and get Majo Rika punished for giving her a punishment that she mostly deserved.]] ]] Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo ''Ojamajo Doremi 16: 16'': [[spoiler:Before all these, Hana got to know some clues about her twin sister living in the human world, but everyone else, including Majo Rika, kept information of her twin sister hidden from her. Since Hana knew that Majo Rika must have been lying but couldn't get more information from Majo Rika anyway, she made this plan in order to make Majo Ruka as her guardian so that she could get these clues much more easily -- specifically, when Majo Ruka got drunk. Alternate interpretations might still retain a justified portion of the jerkass level (making this trope half subverted, half zig-zagged), but even that is likely caused by all the age and grade skipping and Hana leaving her companions two times in a row, first Doremi and co., then her companions in the witch kindergarten. Once Hana showed up in front of the Ojamajos again, she has been portrayed as the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" -- the usual hyperactive and naïve girl who acts with all her good intentions, and this trope is ultimately averted. Granted, the LN series is known for some cheesy writing, [[note]]For example, If Hana's intention was to gather clues about her twin sister then why did she mention not wanting to leave her witch kindergarten friends in her reasoning and found Majo Rika bothersome for talking endlessly on this subject... and THEN saying she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint? This is where the alternate interpretations mentioned earlier can be based on.[[/note]] but that's beside the point.]]
20th Aug '17 1:05:56 PM annette12
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* {{Expy}}: Much of her character is based off of [[SailorMoon Usagi Tsukino]], Toei's then-last big magical girl mascot. She's a dorky klutz, a glutton and a poor student with an otherwise magnetic personality, and there's the most obvious design inspiration from Usagi: her [[{{Odango}} bun-head hair style]].

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* {{Expy}}: Much of her character is based off of [[SailorMoon [[Franchise/SailorMoon Usagi Tsukino]], Toei's then-last big magical girl mascot. She's a dorky klutz, a glutton and a poor student with an otherwise magnetic personality, and there's the most obvious design inspiration from Usagi: her [[{{Odango}} bun-head hair style]].
20th Aug '17 1:05:24 AM Rookiez78
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* {{Expy}}: Much of her character is based off of [[SailorMoon Usagi Tsukino]], Toei's then-last big magical girl mascot. She's a dorky klutz, a glutton and a poor student with an otherwise magnetic personality, and there's the most obvious design inspiration from Usagi: her [[{{Odango}} bun-head hair style]].
20th Aug '17 12:26:46 AM Rookiez78
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* HappilyAdopted: With all the headaches that come from raising an infant for a couple of years, the Ojamajos, Majo Rika and Lala all love her and care for her like family.

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* HappilyAdopted: With all the headaches troubles that come from raising an infant for a her first couple of years, the Ojamajos, Majo Rika and Lala all love her and care for her like family.


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* DisappearedDad: Her father passed away when she was young, and this actually came up as an issue when she was applying to be a teacher, when private school boards raised concerns on how being raised in a non-traditional single-parent household would affect her compatibility with students.
11th Aug '17 8:52:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Lolicon}}: His advances on Onpu would ensure this.



* SingleTargetSexuality: [[DirtyOldMan He's]] [[{{Lolicon}} Onpu-sexual]] in later arcs.

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* SingleTargetSexuality: [[DirtyOldMan He's]] [[{{Lolicon}} He's Onpu-sexual]] in later arcs.
10th Aug '17 2:28:45 PM Monolaf317
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