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28th Apr '16 11:37:33 PM SSJMagus
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* ''VideoGame/DisgaeaDimension2'': Flonne's "Pure Flonne" form.
11th Apr '16 10:20:30 AM Willbyr
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* Raichou from ''KyouranKazokuNikki'' claims to be a magical girl.

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* Raichou from ''KyouranKazokuNikki'' ''LightNovel/KyouranKazokuNikki'' claims to be a magical girl.
11th Apr '16 9:09:14 AM fruitstripegum
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* Reggie of ''WesternAnimation/TwelveForever'' has magical powers, but ONLY when she's on [[MagicalLand Party Island]]. She has the power to turn her friend Shane into different things, and can use magical weapons given to her by a flying octopus to fight.
18th Mar '16 8:38:31 PM Floria
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* The "Magical Child" archetype for the Vigilante class in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' can be of any age or gender, but draws heavily from the MagicalGirl trope. They get spellcasting ability, a TransformationSequence to activate their SecretIdentity, and an animal {{familiar}}.

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* The "Magical Child" archetype for the Vigilante class in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' can be of any age or gender, but draws heavily from the MagicalGirl trope. They get spellcasting ability, a TransformationSequence to activate their SecretIdentity, and an animal {{familiar}}.
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18th Mar '16 8:31:54 PM Floria
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* The "Magical Child" archetype for the Vigilante class in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' can be of any age or gender, but draws heavily from the MagicalGirl trope. They get spellcasting ability, a TransformationSequence to activate their SecretIdentity, and an animal {{familiar}}.
16th Mar '16 11:18:03 AM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Kannagi}}'', after viewing a magical girl on TV, Nagi immediately buys a toy wand and modifies it into an impurity-vanquishing spiritual weapon to compensate for her lack of power. Then she gets ''really'' into it and starts doing poses. It looks goofy on an ancient goddess, but Nagi's clearly enjoying herself.

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* In ''{{Kannagi}}'', ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}'', after viewing a magical girl on TV, Nagi immediately buys a toy wand and modifies it into an impurity-vanquishing spiritual weapon to compensate for her lack of power. Then she gets ''really'' into it and starts doing poses. It looks goofy on an ancient goddess, but Nagi's clearly enjoying herself.
15th Mar '16 11:53:00 PM starjewel
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* South Korean girl group [=AOA=] has a sub-group called [=AOA=] Cream, who released a song titled "I'm Jelly [=BABY=]." In its [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhKFSXN2Fr4 music video]], the girls transform into {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s to get [[WomanScorned revenge]] on a [[YourCheatingHeart cheating]] [[BastardBoyfriend boyfriend]].
11th Mar '16 1:06:19 PM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/SheZow''[[note]]Which is actually an inherited title rather then the main character's actual superhero name, similarly to ComicBook/ThePhantom[[/note]] is a DeconstructiveParody of both superheroes as well as magical girls, as well as the legacies of both genres. The main character, Guy, even has two deliberately outlandish [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull transformation phrases]][[note]]"You go girl" for transforming into his She Zow form, and "She-yeah" for transforming back[[/note]]. Furthermore, the equipment and powers he uses (e.g., a lipstick LaserSword, and a super "slap" attack[[note]]i.e., a power based on the kind of ArmorPiercingSlap a girl would give to a boy that annoys her, etc.[[/note]]) reflect various female social stereotypes as well.[[note]]The creator claims that this wasn't his (yes, "his") intention, but whether or not this is in fact the case is up for debate.[[/note]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/SheZow''[[note]]Which is actually an inherited title rather then the main character's actual superhero name, similarly to ComicBook/ThePhantom[[/note]] ComicStrip/ThePhantom[[/note]] is a DeconstructiveParody of both superheroes as well as magical girls, as well as the legacies of both genres. The main character, Guy, even has two deliberately outlandish [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull transformation phrases]][[note]]"You go girl" for transforming into his She Zow form, and "She-yeah" for transforming back[[/note]]. Furthermore, the equipment and powers he uses (e.g., a lipstick LaserSword, and a super "slap" attack[[note]]i.e., a power based on the kind of ArmorPiercingSlap a girl would give to a boy that annoys her, etc.[[/note]]) reflect various female social stereotypes as well.[[note]]The The creator claims that this wasn't his (yes, "his") intention, but whether or not this is in fact the case is up for debate.[[/note]]



11th Feb '16 10:08:16 AM rafi
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* From Italy:
** ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' where fairies and witches are these. They get several sets of transformation sequences of course.
** ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', a SpinOff of the former. Pixies need to transform into Pop Pixies in order to unlock their full powers, though both boys can also transform like this.
** ''[[WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}} W.I.T.C.H.]]''. In Icelandic, the comic of W.I.T.C.H. was renamed to ''Magical Girls'', since W.I.T.C.H. obviously doesn't work in all languages.
** ''WesternAnimation/AngelsFriends''



%%* ''WesternAnimation/AngelsFriends''



* ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' was an early western version (coming in the mid 80s). Given she was a DistaffCounterpart to ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse'', more than a few fans have suggested He-Man fits all the magical girl tropes, too.



* ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' was an early western version (coming in the mid 80s). Given she was a DistaffCounterpart to ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse'', more than a few fans have suggested He-Man fits all the magical girl tropes, too.


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* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' where fairies and witches are these. They get several sets of transformation sequences of course.
** ''WesternAnimation/PopPixie'', a SpinOff of the former. Pixies need to transform into Pop Pixies in order to unlock their full powers, though both boys can also transform like this.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}} W.I.T.C.H.]]''. In Icelandic, the comic of W.I.T.C.H. was renamed to ''Magical Girls'', since W.I.T.C.H. obviously doesn't work in all languages.
11th Feb '16 4:16:44 AM immortaltwinsuns
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* ''Webcomic/TheSorcerersApprentice'' is an original work by Bwillett, the author of ''Webcomic/CardcaptorTorika'', about girl in New England called Victoria who learns magic (with transformations included) in order to stop a series of monsters unleashed after she put on an ancient ring. It takes a relatively realistic approach to the genre, both in terms of developing the magic system behind the transformations, and its focus on characterisation.
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