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'''''Anime/JewelpetTwinkle''''' (2010): The second season follows Akari Sakura, a cripplingly shy and insecure girl who meets Ruby, who's looking for a human who'll attend the Magic Academy with her. Akari attends the Magic Academy and goes through middle school life back in the human world, while getting involved in the drama of the Jinnai family, whose son she likes, and achieves personal growth in the process. This season is, so far, the most popular season of the anime, owing to its appealing, soft art-style and dark plotline (the darkest of the whole franchise). In 2013, it received an OVA sequel.

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'''''Anime/JewelpetTwinkle''''' (2010): The second season follows Akari Sakura, a cripplingly shy and insecure girl who meets Ruby, who's looking for a human who'll attend the Magic Academy with her. Akari attends the Magic Academy and goes through middle school life back in the human world, while getting involved in the drama of the Jinnai family, whose son she likes, and achieves personal growth in the process. This season is, so far, the most popular season of the anime, owing to its appealing, soft art-style and dark plotline (the darkest of the whole franchise). In 2013, it received an OVA sequel.



'''''Anime/JewelpetKiraDeco''''' (2012): The fourth season focuses on a parody of a {{Sentai}} team called Kira Deco 5, composed of five humans (the main protagonist of which is Pink Oomiya) and their Jewelpet partners. They are tasked with finding the legendary Deco Stones that will revive Jewelina, who was turned into stone many years before, and save the human world from the Eternal Darkness. It's possibly the most derided season (but don't be surprised if only the PeripheryDemographic [[VocalMinority thinks like that]]) for being LighterAndSofter (ergo, more childish) than previous seasons.

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'''''Anime/JewelpetKiraDeco''''' (2012): The fourth season focuses on a parody of a {{Sentai}} team called Kira Deco 5, composed of five humans (the main protagonist of which is Pink Oomiya) and their Jewelpet partners. They are tasked with finding the legendary Deco Stones that will revive Jewelina, who was turned into stone many years before, and save the human world from the Eternal Darkness. It's possibly the most derided season (but don't be surprised if only the PeripheryDemographic [[VocalMinority thinks like that]]) for being LighterAndSofter (ergo, more childish) than previous seasons.



'''''Anime/JewelpetHappiness''''' (2013): The fifth season focuses on Chiari Tsukikage, who attends the Jewel Academy. Commissioned by Jewelina, Ruby and the other mascots march into the campus carrying the Jewel Box, which they have to fill with Magic Gems, obtainable by running the Jewelpet Cafe Happiness and making friends in the process. Chiari and her friends agree to help them with their goal. In many ways, it's a throwback to ''Sunshine'' (albeit with a more continuous plot), possibly to compensate for the poor reception of ''Kira Deco''.

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'''''Anime/JewelpetHappiness''''' (2013): The fifth season focuses on Chiari Tsukikage, who attends the Jewel Academy. Commissioned by Jewelina, Ruby and the other mascots march into the campus carrying the Jewel Box, which they have to fill with Magic Gems, obtainable by running the Jewelpet Cafe Happiness and making friends in the process. Chiari and her friends agree to help them with their goal. In many ways, it's a throwback to ''Sunshine'' (albeit ''Sunshine'', albeit with a more continuous plot), possibly to compensate for the poor reception of ''Kira Deco''.plot.



'''''Jewelpet Attack Chance!?''''' (2016): An ONA using Flash animation created by Mako Morie, a regular manga author for the franchise. Features Ruby, Labra, and a girl named Lily.

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'''''Jewelpet Attack Chance!?''''' (2016): An A Flash-animated ONA using Flash animation created by Mako Morie, a regular manga author for the franchise. Features Ruby, Labra, and a girl named Lily.Ruri.
2nd Apr '16 11:42:46 AM wootzits
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'''''Anime/{{Jewelpet 2009}}''''' (2009): The first series produced by [[Creator/AnimalYa Studio Comet]] after ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'' ended. Set in the fictional city of Takaragaseki, the main heroine, Rinko Kougyoku, meets Ruby when the latter is tasked by the Gods to find the Jewelpets who fell in the human world. Rinko and her friends decide to help her, while stopping the evil Jewelpet Diana from doing the same. This season spends more time on the human world than other seasons.

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'''''Anime/{{Jewelpet 2009}}''''' (2009): 2009}}''''': The first series produced by [[Creator/AnimalYa Studio Comet]] after ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'' ended. Set in the fictional city of Takaragaseki, the main heroine, Rinko Kougyoku, meets Ruby when the latter is tasked by the Gods to find the Jewelpets who fell in the human world. Rinko and her friends decide to help her, while stopping the evil Jewelpet Diana from doing the same. This season spends more time on the human world than other seasons.
2nd Apr '16 11:09:31 AM wootzits
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* AllJustADream: The New Year's episode of the first series.
** DreamWithinADream: A variation of this by having Rinko wake up from her dream while being in King's dream.



* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_LpogTmb2Q The Italian opening]]. Every other dub just dubbed the Japanese songs.



* ArtificialRiverbank: The most famous scene of the first series is probably the first time Ruby causes an explosion and sends everyone flying down a riverbank. A variation of the scene featuring only her also appears in the OP.



* BattleOfTheBands: In the first series, the Jewel Game where Kris is betted is a music contest between Dian and Kris (who dance to a rap tune) vs. the Mascot Trio and the staff of the Strawberry Cafe (who sing "Strawberry Time").
* BeachEpisode: Episode 20 from the first series.



* BettyAndVeronica: In the first series, Rinko has Akira as the Betty and [[spoiler:Andy]] as the Veronica.



* ChristmasEpisode: Episode 38 of the first season.
** SavingChristmas: In the first series, Dian brainwashes Io and decides to ruin Christmas by stealing the presents from Santa. You know what the heroes have to do.
* ColonyDrop: Episode 44 of the first series is about Dian's plan to use Alex's powers to summon an asteroid and destroy the world.
* ConspicuousCGI: Magical items in the first series. ''Happiness'''s focus on the Magic Gems and the ending counts as well.



* ConvenientlySeated: In the first series, all the major characters sit at the back of the class presumably so the rest of their classmates don't have to be drawn or else a dent would be left in the budget.
* CreditsRunningSequence: Half of the first series' ending is Rinko walking through a DerangedAnimation background and being joined by Minami, Aoi and their Jewelpets.
* CubCuesProtectiveParent: In episode 10 of the first season, the Phantom Herb Thieves try to steal a tiger cub to sell it. The parent appears [[MamaBear and it doesn't seem to support their idea.]]



* DawnOfAnEra: The first series' ending. [[spoiler:After thousands of years of not knowing of each other's existence, the human world and Jewel Land become fully connected and look forward to a future where they work together.]] Quite possibly the most positive ending of any ''Jewelpet'' season.



* DescendingCeiling: Episode 25 of the first series. Ruby's explosions save the day.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: First series. [[spoiler:After a long battle with Dian where humanity was at stake, he and Diana reform and humans and Jewelpets are allowed to live together in harmony and mutual support.]]
* {{Emoticon}}: The first series sometimes uses this in its episode titles. Examples: episode 30 "Kuru Kuru (@_@) - Day When Sushi Belt Stood Still" and episode 3 "Bye Bye (>_<) - Arisugawa-san"



* EvilIsDeathlyCold: Dian in the first series lives in a freezing area, despite the fact that he hates cold.



* FerrisWheelDateMoment: Episode 41 (Rinko and [[spoiler:Andy]]) of the first series.
* SchoolFestival: Episode 31 (culture) of the first series.
* FeudEpisode: Rinko and Ruby when the latter wets the former's bed in episode 23 of the first series.



* GladiatorGames: The Jewel Games apparently used to be this before they were forbidden. When Dian revives them, they take on various, non-violent forms.



* GoKartingWithBowser: Episode 46 of the first series has Rinko and Diana, who're stuck in Dian's prison, making sweets for Valentine's Day.
* GratuitousEnglish: The Jewel Pocketbook has written on its cover, "Eyes of jewels that shine, glittering with luck and good fortune."



* HowWeGotHere: Episode 10 of the first series starts with all the characters apparently lost in a jungle, with Ruby enjoying herself in a field of flowers. Ruby notices it and remarks to the audience that they need to step back a little in the story.



* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: [[spoiler:Ultimately, the fight against Dark Dian boils down to ridding Dian of the influence of Dark Magic.]]



* IntergenerationalFriendship: Keigo Tatewaki (early 20's) with Rinko and friends (14).



* {{Kimodameshi}}: Episode 18 of the first series.



* MadeOfExplodium: Ruby's magic causes explosions when cast in the first series. She does get it right sometimes.



* MagicalIncantation
** First series: ''Puri Puri Pururin Prism! Open! Jewel Heart!'', ''Puri Puri Prism Jewelrhythm! (Jewel name) Jewel Flash!'', ''Puripuru Puropuru Puriphony! -Jewelpet Name- Jewel Return!'' and ''Dark Dark! (Jewel name) Eyes Power!''



* {{Meido}}: The main cast of the first series, sans Aoi, wear this in episode 7.
* MerchandiseDriven: Truthfully this series is driven by the toys more than anything else, similar to ''VideoGame/{{Webkinz}}''.

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* {{Meido}}: The main cast of the first series, sans Aoi, wear this in episode 7.
* MerchandiseDriven: Truthfully this series is driven by the toys more than anything else, similar to ''VideoGame/{{Webkinz}}''.else.



* {{Mon}}: An interesting take on this trope as the mons aren't physical fighters, but wizards instead. The first series has a ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' feel with them being collected or found.
* MonsterOfTheWeek / VictimOfTheWeek: The first half of the first series has a formula where Rinko and co. find someone with a quirk or a problem (victim), and that someone awakens a Jewelpet (monster). Later we have the Jewel Eight arc which drops the victim aspect. [[BreatherEpisode Do note that not]] [[FinalBattle all episodes used this]].
* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:Episode 47 in the first series had this. Thought it begins as a riot on protecting Rinko from Dian/Andy at first became a serious kick in the balls moment. After the dating scene, Rinko fell in a trance due to Dian's magic and her friends finally knew Andy is Dian. Worse of all, she got taken away from her friends, crushing both Nanase and Ruby's spirits.]]

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* {{Mon}}: An interesting take on this trope as the mons aren't physical fighters, but wizards instead. The first series has a ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' feel with is even about them being collected or found.
* MonsterOfTheWeek / VictimOfTheWeek: The first half of the first series has a formula where Rinko
found and co. find someone with a quirk or a problem (victim), and that someone awakens a Jewelpet (monster). Later we have the Jewel Eight arc which drops the victim aspect. [[BreatherEpisode Do note that not]] [[FinalBattle all episodes used this]].
* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler:Episode 47 in the first series had this. Thought it begins as a riot on protecting Rinko from Dian/Andy at first became a serious kick in the balls moment. After the dating scene, Rinko fell in a trance due to Dian's magic and her friends finally knew Andy is Dian. Worse of all, she got taken away from her friends, crushing both Nanase and Ruby's spirits.]]
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: In the first series, episode 3, Sapphie casts her friendship spell on [[Creator/EwanMcGregor Ewan Backgregor]], prompting him to loudly declare Aoi as his best friend.
* NoRomanticResolution
** First series: [[spoiler:Minami / Hisashi (Hisashi never learns of Minami's feelings), Aoi / Naoto (love each other but suffer from TwiceShy), Ruby / Tour (Tour's feelings for Ruby are never made clear).]]



* PottyFailure: In episode 23 of the first series, Ruby wets Rinko's bed. Rinko gets mad at her, and Ruby retaliates with telling everybody that she also wets the bed regularly. They stay mad for the rest of the episode.



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



* RunningGag: In the first series, Ruby's exploding magic and Tatewaki's name getting constantly mispronounced; the saury's random appearances in ''Kira Deco''.



* SeriousBusiness: In episode 44 of the first series, Rinko and co. have to win a Jewel Game of kick the can, or else the world gets destroyed by a meteor.
* ShipperOnDeck: In the first series, Ruby and Nephrite are rightfully convinced that Rinko and Akira are meant for each other, despite their protests.
* ShipTease: Tatewaki and Flora in the first series. Mostly it's the scene where Flora pleads with him not to confront Dian.
** Tatewaki and Rinko also had their moments. Akira even briefly looks at him as a rival in love.
** Sage's blushing when Mint abuses him.



* SlidingScaleOfSillinessVersusSeriousness: From silliest to most serious - ''Happiness'', ''Kira Deco'', ''Sunshine'', first season, ''Twinkle'', and ''Lady''.
* {{Snowlems}}: Type III. Dian's EliteMooks that guard his ice fortress consist of these.
* TheSongRemainsTheSame: The French dub didn't dub "Strawberry Time". Instead it used subtitles.

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* SlidingScaleOfSillinessVersusSeriousness: From silliest to most serious - ''Magical Change'', ''Happiness'', ''Kira Deco'', ''Sunshine'', first season, ''Twinkle'', and ''Lady''.
* {{Snowlems}}: Type III. Dian's EliteMooks that guard his ice fortress consist of these.
* TheSongRemainsTheSame: The French dub didn't dub "Strawberry Time". Instead it used subtitles.
''Lady''.



** Jewelrhythm or Jewellism?



* StateSec: Rare heroic example. The organization established by the Government of Japan in the first series, which is linked to Jewel Land to keep the Jewelpets a secret.
* StormingTheCastle: Episodes 25-26 of the first series.



* TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats: The first series starts out with the Jewelpets arriving in the human world and the government doing everything it can to conceal them from the public. But as it quickly turns out, neither humans or Jewelpets see what the big deal is, so this gets quickly dropped through a press conference in episode 11.



* TotalEclipseOfThePlot: Episode 43 of the first series is about a lunar eclipse.



** In the first series, it seems to be played straight at first, but episode 11 explains that Raku Majo cast a spell on Takaragaseki which causes the population to accept Jewelpets without question. However, the spell is only active in Takaragaseki, so there's trouble when a cursed Takki leaks the secret to the press. He implausibly solves the problem by appealing to the good will of the mass media not to reveal the existence of Jewelpets to the world.
* ValentinesDayEpisodes: Episode 46 of the first series.



* WackyRacing: Episode 34 of the first series (one of the Jewel Games).
* WhamEpisode: Episode 51 in the first series. [[spoiler:Dian turning into a hideous monster not even the legendary Jewelpet Opal could defeat.]]
2nd Apr '16 10:25:34 AM wootzits
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'''''Jewelpet''''' (2009): The first series produced by [[Creator/AnimalYa Studio Comet]] after ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'' ended. Set in the fictional city of Takaragaseki, the main heroine, Rinko Kougyoku, meets Ruby when the latter is tasked by the Gods to find the Jewelpets who fell in the human world. Rinko and her friends decide to help her, while stopping the evil Jewelpet Diana from doing the same. This season spends more time on the human world than other seasons.

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'''''Jewelpet''''' '''''Anime/{{Jewelpet 2009}}''''' (2009): The first series produced by [[Creator/AnimalYa Studio Comet]] after ''Anime/OnegaiMyMelody'' ended. Set in the fictional city of Takaragaseki, the main heroine, Rinko Kougyoku, meets Ruby when the latter is tasked by the Gods to find the Jewelpets who fell in the human world. Rinko and her friends decide to help her, while stopping the evil Jewelpet Diana from doing the same. This season spends more time on the human world than other seasons.
20th Feb '16 5:20:35 AM wootzits
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'''''Jewelpet Attack Chance!?''''' (2016): An ONA using Flash animation created by Mako Morie, a regular manga author for the franchise. Features Ruby, Labra, and a girl named Lily.



*** The second one based on the ''Twinkle anime'', which is also by Mako Morie and compiled in one volume.

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*** The second one based on the ''Twinkle anime'', ''Twinkle'' anime, which is also by Mako Morie and compiled in one volume.
26th Jan '16 12:09:18 PM mjnorcros
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* One-EyedShot: This is used a few times in certain episodes, mainly with the Jewelpets themselves.

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* One-EyedShot: OneEyedShot: This is used a few times in certain episodes, mainly with the Jewelpets themselves.
26th Jan '16 12:08:12 PM mjnorcros
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* One-EyedShot: This is used a few times in certain episodes, mainly with the Jewelpets themselves.
6th Jan '16 10:12:50 AM wootzits
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* {{Expy}}: Genshiro, hmm... that sounds [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar familiar]].

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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Genshiro, hmm... that sounds [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar familiar]].



** Keigo Tatewaki is believed to be a throwback to Setsuna F. Seiei's portrayal in the ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' CD dramas, which took a more parodic approach to the character (they're both voiced by Creator/MamoruMiyano).
26th Dec '15 11:07:13 AM wootzits
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'''''Anime/JewelpetMagicalChange''''' (2015): Animated by Creator/StudioDEEN, the seventh season has the Jewelpets receive the power to turn into humans and go into the human world to study their ways.

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'''''Anime/JewelpetMagicalChange''''' (2015): Animated by Creator/StudioDEEN, the seventh season has the Jewelpets receive the power to turn into humans and go into the human world to study their ways. Has only 39 episodes due to the anime series getting canned.
24th Oct '15 11:07:15 AM wootzits
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* OneSteveLimit: Subverted, because each season is its seperate universe, so the characters with repeated names don't co-exist. They are: Kuranosuke Hinata and Hinata Asaka, Ryouko Azabu and Ryouko Izumikawa, Akira Nanase and Akira Sakura, Marie Sakura and Marie Hanazono, Diana and Lady Diana.

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* OneSteveLimit: Subverted, because each season is its seperate universe, so the characters with repeated names don't co-exist. They are: are:
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Kuranosuke Hinata (first season) and Hinata Asaka, Asaka (''Sunshine'').
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Ryouko Azabu (first) and Ryouko Izumikawa, Izumikawa (''Happiness'').
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Akira Nanase (first) and Akira Sakura, Sakura (''Twinkle'').
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Marie Sakura (''Twinkle'') and Marie Hanazono, Hanazono (''Happiness'').
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Diana (the Jewelpet) and Lady Diana.Diana (''Lady'') are the only ones who co-exist.
** Nene Konoe (''Happiness'') and Nene (''Magical Change'').
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