History Franchise / Jewelpet

20th Sep '16 3:44:37 PM wootzits
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** The anime as well. Compare [[http://www.findfreegraphics.com/image-22/jewel+pet.htm first series' Ruby]] to [[http://fafazil1996.centerblog.net/voir-photo?u=http://fafazil1996.f.a.pic.centerblog.net/o/b6eeb8e0.jpg Kira Deco Ruby]]. Now apply the same thing to every Jewelpet.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Jewelpets in the first series would introduce themselves with their full jewel names at their introduction, and later request to be called by their nickname, which is the name they're known by officially (e.g. Rald is introduced as Emerald, and King as Onyx).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentCharacterDesignDifference: In the first series, Jewelpets have only one glimmer in their eyes, while in all seasons afterwards, they have two or more.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Jewelpets in the first series would introduce themselves with their full jewel names at their introduction, and later request to be called by their nickname, which is the name they're known by officially (e.g. Rald is introduced as Emerald, and King as Onyx).
12th Jul '16 2:31:41 PM wootzits
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* UnexpectedCharacter: While Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie are Sanrio characters. [[MarthDebutedinSmashBros They once made there official American debut]] in the Nintendo DS game "Loving Life with Hello Kitty & Friends" and while most of Sanrio characters featured in the game are semi known in the United States [[note]] My Melody is the closest Sanrio character to get the most exposure in the US while Hello Kitty is very well-known in America.[[/note]]. Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie who represent the Jewelpet franchise aren't that well-known in the states and Sanrio very rarely brings up the existence of the franchise besides a blog post made in 2011.
12th Jul '16 2:21:10 PM wootzits
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* DodgeballIsHell: The Jewel Game that stakes Lapis is a game of dodgeball where the impact of the ball is powered by insults. King is chosen to play in it because he's impervious to insults... except, as it turns out, Lapis'. This is the first Jewel Game where Rinko and co. lose.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Jewelpets in the first series would be referred to by their full jewel names at their introduction, and later request to be called by their nickname, which is the name they're known by officially in most cases (e.g. Rald is introduced as Emerald, and King as Onyx).

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* DodgeballIsHell: The Jewel Game that stakes Lapis is a game of dodgeball where the impact of the ball is powered by insults. King is chosen to play in it because he's impervious to insults... except, as it turns out, Lapis'. This is the first Jewel Game where Rinko and co. lose.
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Jewelpets in the first series would be referred to by introduce themselves with their full jewel names at their introduction, and later request to be called by their nickname, which is the name they're known by officially in most cases (e.g. Rald is introduced as Emerald, and King as Onyx).



* {{Fanservice}}: Episode 20 of the first series has Minami in a sexy bikini.
** Also, the covers for the DVD box sets of ''Sunshine''.
** The covers for the ''Twinkle'' fan discs which were drawn by the character designer of the series.
** Coal's female form. My, what big boobs you have!
** Ruby got one MsFanservice moment in episode 41. Oh my, nice PlayboyBunny costume there!
** One of the ImagineSpot on ''Happiness'' got Luna fantasizing herself as a hot, sexy, anthropomorphic bunny.
10th Jul '16 4:58:23 PM wootzits
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* FlyingBroomstick: The first series.
** Tour, Diana and Dian have personalized broomsticks. Diana's is pink, Tour's is gray and Dian has a pimping gold one that turns into a dragon.
** Rinko, Minami and Aoi also ride brooms when they go to Jewel Land in episode 14.
** The movie brings them back.

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* FlyingBroomstick: The Jewelpets get around on broomsticks in the first series.
** Tour, Diana and Dian have personalized broomsticks. Diana's
series. This is pink, Tour's is gray and Dian has a pimping gold one that turns into a dragon.
** Rinko, Minami and Aoi also ride brooms when they go to Jewel Land
brought back briefly in episode 14.
** The movie brings them back.
the movie.



** ''Twinkle'' introduces Avenue, Ametrine and Trystine, who, unlike the pets, seem to be physically structured like adult humans. They're also fully clothed.

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** ''Twinkle'' introduces Avenue, Ametrine and Trystine, who, unlike the pets, seem to be physically structured are more like adult humans. They're also fully clothed.PettingZooPeople.



** First: King x Lapis, implied Dian x Rinko.



** In a franchise-wide context, it also applied to the main Jewelpets, until Labra was promoted to mascot. Then Angela and Rosa came along and the trope applies again.

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** In a franchise-wide context, it also applied to the main Jewelpets, until Labra was promoted to mascot. Then Angela and Rosa came along and the trope applies again.they formed their own little trio.



* SugarBowl

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* SugarBowlSugarBowl: Given the mood of this franchise, it should come as no surprise that Jewel Land is one sugar-coated world.
10th Jul '16 4:47:33 PM wootzits
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* GottaCatchEmAll: The first series focuses on collecting all the Jewelpets. The Jewel Game where Amelie is betted also features this, as the task is to collect more runaway babies than the opponent.
8th Jun '16 4:39:13 PM wootzits
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* AnimationBump: From ''Twinkle'' onwards, the animation budget of each season gets increased and it results in more colorful backgrounds and fluid animation compared to the first series.

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* AnimationBump: The first series avoids animating the Jewelpets moving as much as possible by putting them on brooms. From ''Twinkle'' onwards, to ''Happiness'', the animation budget of each season gets increased and it results in more colorful backgrounds and fluid animation compared to evidently got a raise, as the first series.Jewelpets usually get around on their own two or four paws. It's obvious that the show had fallen on hard times with ''Lady'', which gave the pets floating balls, again to avoid animating their movement.



** EnhancedOnDVD: Home video releases tend to get animation boosts.
3rd Jun '16 11:13:30 AM brb1006
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*** [[http://www.ciao.shogakukan.co.jp/message/tatsuyama/images/005.jpg The third one by Tatsuyama Sayuri]], (of ''Manga/HappyHappyClover'' fame) which ran in ''Ciao'' from February to September 2010. There is no tankobon volume for this one.

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*** [[http://www.ciao.shogakukan.co.jp/message/tatsuyama/images/005.jpg The third one one]] by Tatsuyama Sayuri]], Creator/TatsuyamaSayuri, (of ''Manga/HappyHappyClover'' fame) which ran in ''Ciao'' from February to September 2010. There is no tankobon volume for this one.
3rd Jun '16 11:12:20 AM brb1006
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*** [[http://www.ciao.shogakukan.co.jp/message/tatsuyama/images/005.jpg The third one by Tatsuyama Sayuri, (of ''Happy Happy Clover'' fame)]] which ran in ''Ciao'' from February to September 2010. There is no tankobon volume for this one.

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*** [[http://www.ciao.shogakukan.co.jp/message/tatsuyama/images/005.jpg The third one by Tatsuyama Sayuri, Sayuri]], (of ''Happy Happy Clover'' fame)]] ''Manga/HappyHappyClover'' fame) which ran in ''Ciao'' from February to September 2010. There is no tankobon volume for this one.
3rd Jun '16 11:10:24 AM brb1006
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* UnexpectedCharacter: While Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie are Sanrio characters. They once made there official American debut in the Nintendo DS game "Loving Life with Hello Kitty & Friends" and while most of the characters featured in the game are semi known in the United States [[/note]] (Hello Kitty and My Melody get the most exposure to the US public) [[note\\\ .

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* UnexpectedCharacter: While Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie are Sanrio characters. [[MarthDebutedinSmashBros They once made there official American debut debut]] in the Nintendo DS game "Loving Life with Hello Kitty & Friends" and while most of the Sanrio characters featured in the game are semi known in the United States [[/note]] (Hello Kitty and [[note]] My Melody is the closest Sanrio character to get the most exposure to in the US public) [[note\\\ . while Hello Kitty is very well-known in America.[[/note]]. Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie who represent the Jewelpet franchise aren't that well-known in the states and Sanrio very rarely brings up the existence of the franchise besides a blog post made in 2011.
3rd Jun '16 11:05:06 AM brb1006
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* UnexpectedCharacter: While Ruby,Garnet, and Sapphie are Sanrio characters. They once made there official American debut in the Nintendo DS game "Loving Life with Hello Kitty & Friends" and while most of the characters featured in the game are semi known in the United States [[/note]] (Hello Kitty and My Melody get the most exposure to the US public) [[note\\\ .
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