History Characters / OjamajoDoremi

21st Jul '17 3:33:58 AM starjewel
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* BrutalHonesty: Causes a bit of problems with Hazuki and Doremi at first.

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* BrutalHonesty: Causes Aiko doesn't hold back her thoughts, and this causes a bit of problems with Hazuki and Doremi at first.



* DeadpanSnarker: Has her moments, especially towards [[ButtMonkey Doremi]].

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* DeadpanSnarker: Has her moments, Aiko is very sarcastic, especially towards [[ButtMonkey Doremi]].Doremi]]. Her classmates find her comments hilarious.
10th Jul '17 10:19:47 PM yukariever17
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* TheCutie: She is usually seen as adorable by most people.

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* TheCutie: She is usually seen as adorable by most people. This extends into the light novel series.



* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler:During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', 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.]] ]] [[spoiler:Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo Doremi 16: 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: [[spoiler:During During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', Hana [[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.]] ]] [[spoiler:Then Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo Doremi 16: Before [[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.]]
26th Jun '17 10:10:46 PM annette12
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* TheHeart

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* %%* TheHeart



* {{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" is her way of saying "Hello")
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"Hello"). This has been used by some of the others on occasion.



* CuteClumsyGirl
* TheCutie

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* %%* CuteClumsyGirl
* TheCutieTheCutie: She is usually seen as adorable by most people.



* EveryoneLovesBlondes: ''Everyone'' finds Hana adorable.

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* EveryoneLovesBlondes: ''Everyone'' Hana is blonde and ''everyone'' finds Hana her adorable.



* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Hana is innocent, cute, naive and everyone seems to love her.

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* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Hana is innocent, cute, affectionate, naive and everyone seems to love her.her. She has very light blonde hair.



* TheIngenue

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* TheIngenueTheIngenue: Her purity and innocence make her this.



* KiddieKid

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* KiddieKidKiddieKid: Still a child at heart. Hana eventually forces herself to grow up in order to be with the girls but she acts more childish than the others.



* {{Workaholic}}

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* %%* {{Workaholic}}



* BadassTeacher
* BikerBabe

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* %%* BadassTeacher
* %%* BikerBabe



* {{Meganekko}}

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* %%* {{Meganekko}}



* SenseiChan

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* %%* SenseiChan



* BookDumb

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* %%* BookDumb



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair
YouGottaHaveBlueHair: He has spiked dark blue-black colored hair.



* IdiotHair

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* %%* IdiotHair



* NoblewomansLaugh

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* %%* NoblewomansLaugh



* {{Ojou}}

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* {{Ojou}}{{Ojou}}: Her image song is actually called "Super Ojou-sama".



* VanityIsFeminine

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* %%* VanityIsFeminine
25th Jun '17 10:56:35 PM annette12
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* TheHeroine: As the title suggets she's the protagonist and also the one who keeps the TrueCompanions together.

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* TheHeroine: As the title suggets suggests she's the protagonist and also the one who keeps the TrueCompanions together.



* MouthyKid: She's very skarky 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 skarky 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.
25th Jun '17 10:52:14 PM annette12
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* TheHeroine

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* TheHeroineTheHeroine: As the title suggets she's the protagonist and also the one who keeps the TrueCompanions together.



* LargeHam

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* LargeHamLargeHam: Probably one of the most emotional and over-the-top characters.



* {{Ojou}}

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* {{Ojou}}{{Ojou}}: Of the rich, quiet, and ladylike NiceGirl type.



* YamatoNadeshiko



* YamatoNadeshiko: She's an {{Ojou}} who is humble, gets good grades, likes violin and ballet, and is known for her passive and gentle nature.



* ShipTease: Usually with [[TheChick Mo]][[ButNotTooForeign mo]][[SurprisinglyGoodEnglish ko]] or Onpu. The former pairing being evident in the ''Motto'' movie while the latter is prevalent after she lets Hana get sick.

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* ShipTease: ShipTease:
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Usually with [[TheChick Mo]][[ButNotTooForeign mo]][[SurprisinglyGoodEnglish ko]] or Onpu. The former pairing being evident in the ''Motto'' movie while the latter is prevalent after she lets Hana get sick.



* GracefulLadiesLikePurple

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* GracefulLadiesLikePurpleGracefulLadiesLikePurple: Onpu is the most feminine and graceful of the main girls along with Hazuki. Her theme color is purple.



* GenkiGirl

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* GenkiGirlGenkiGirl: Initially she was more shy and quiet, but over time she develops a perky personality, similar to Doremi's.
25th Jun '17 10:24:23 PM annette12
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* MouthyKid

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* MouthyKidMouthyKid: She's very skarky and annoying towards Doremi, but most of the time she has a point and is considered the more reasonable one of the two sisters.
25th Jun '17 7:55:16 PM starjewel
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* FanserviceModel: Onpu does bikini photoshoots in her idol photobooks, which can come of as a bit {{Squick}}y when you consider her age.
16th Jun '17 12:15:52 PM Rookiez78
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16th Jun '17 12:12:45 PM Rookiez78
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* BelligerentSexualTension: With Kotake.

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* BelligerentSexualTension: With Kotake.Kotake, with a bickering history going back to kindergarten.



* TheHeart: In a growing group of happy, compassionate young girls, it's Doremi who unites them and expresses her love for her friends and family with no reservation.

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* TheHeart: In a growing group of happy, compassionate young girls, it's Doremi who unites them and expresses her love for her friends and family with no reservation.
21st May '17 12:35:12 AM yukariever17
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* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler:During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', 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]] (at least somewhat) afterwards in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo Doremi 16 as the main intention of Hana for pulling out that event was to gather clues about her twin sister which are kept hidden from her, because Majo Rika would most likely have zipped her mouth had Hana ask her. As for the justified portion(if any) of the jerkass level, 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. Then soon enough Hana reverted to the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" and the whole deal (except her twin sister which was a major plotline) was pretty much forgotten. 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 claiming she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint?[[/note]] but that's beside the point. ]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler:During ''Ojamajo Doremi 16'', 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 ]] [[spoiler:Then [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] (at least somewhat) afterwards in the 3rd volume of Ojamajo Doremi 16 as the main intention of 16: Before all these, Hana for pulling out that event was got to gather know some clues about her twin sister which are living in the human world, but everyone else, including Majo Rika, kept information of her twin sister hidden from her, because her. Since Hana knew that Majo Rika would most likely must have zipped been lying but couldn't get more information from Majo Rika anyway, she made this plan in order to make Majo Ruka as her mouth had Hana ask her. As for the 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(if any) portion of the jerkass level, 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. Then soon enough Once Hana reverted to showed up in front of the Ojamajos again, she has been portrayed as the "Hana-chan that everyone knows" -- the usual hyperactive and the whole deal (except naïve girl who acts with all her twin sister which was a major plotline) was pretty much forgotten.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 claiming saying she could comprehend Majo Rika's viewpoint?[[/note]] viewpoint? This is where the alternate interpretations mentioned earlier can be based on.[[/note]] but that's beside the point. point.]]
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