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[[caption-width-right:288:Not until the arrival of [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger]] was their cute-witchness surpassed.]]

Known in Japanese as ''majokko'' (魔女っ子), this is the original MagicalGirl archetype. Sometimes she's from AnotherDimension or otherwise MagicalLand unless the whole show is in a [[{{Magicant}} magical setting]]. Magic study is often [[WizardingSchool equated with school]], and many characters are out getting their licenses. The origin of magic is implied to be [[WitchSpecies genetic]] with training required to hone it. She may be a [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princess]], who may or may not be visiting Earth as part of [[MagicalGirlQueenlinessTest training to become queen]]--if so she may have to compete with rivals to the throne.

She may or may not be actively fighting monsters. Usually it's a hard enough life just trying to get through the day, and she'll use her magic (often a [[InverseLawOfUtilityAndLethality non-flashy variety]]) to [[MundaneUtility make things easier]]. [[HilarityEnsues Theoretically]].

{{Cute Witch}}es are sometimes thought to have influenced the rather benevolent image of witches in Japan; even the standard {{Goth}} Girl tends to be somewhat [[{{Kawaisa}} cute]]. Will almost always wear a RobeAndWizardHat, and may or may not use a MagicWand. If she has a pet, it will likely [[AllWitchesHaveCats be a cat.]]


[[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld If]] and when the Cute Witch grows up, if she doesn't lose her powers, she usually becomes the HotWitch.

Contrast the WickedWitch, who is evil, old ''and'' ugly.
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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* Almost all the characters in ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' fit this trope. It's about a school for schoolgirl witches and it's anime. Self explanatory really.
* The ''Gedou Otome Tai'' half of ''Anime/AkahoriGedouHourLovege'' revolves around five sisters who are daughters of masked villains. They are given magical powers and [[ObviouslyEvil black witch outfits]] by an [[CuteMonsterGirl imp]] so that they can be [[DarkMagicalGirl great villains.]] Except that they're so [[MinionWithAnFInEvil damn nice,]] they just can't help but use their powers to do good.
* Schierke from ''{{Berserk}}''. She's only about ten or twelve years old, but is already skilled enough at magic that she begins teaching a woman ten years her senior the basics of witchcraft. She has little in common with {{Magical Girl}}s, though, and more with traditional Western witches: while not ugly or evil, she prefers a reclusive lifestyle out in the country, and her powers largely revolve around channeling local nature spirits and AstralProjection. Her spells also take a long time to set up, so she's [[SquishyWizard near-useless in close combat]]. But when she's ready to unleash a spell, she can rival ''Guts'' with how many enemies she takes out.
* ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' was originally envisioned as a witch, but Creator/{{CLAMP}} decided that they needed something more original, and looked to tarot cards for their inspiration. She still shares a lot in common with witch {{Magical Girl}}s.
* ''Anime/DaiMahouTouge'' is a brutal parody of cute witch series.
* ''Anime/FushigiboshiNoFutagohime'' starts of as this before becoming a MagicalGirlWarrior series. To elaborate, Fine and Rein, the titular Twin Princesses, use the [[MagicByAnyOtherName power of the Prominence]] given to them by the BigGood to help the people of the Wonder Planet with their problems and become proper princesses. It starts to become more or less MagicalGirlWarrior in the middle of the first season, but the girls typically have to refer to unorthodox fighting methods since their powers weren't built for fighting. They ultimately save the world from being destroyed by [[EldritchAbomination the Black Crystal]].
* Lime from ''Anime/JewelBEMHunterLime'' is a hybrid of this and MagicalGirlWarrior she's tasked with saving the world from evil [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters Of The Week]] and has transforming powers, but she's also a natural-born magical user and a clueless newcomer to the human world.
* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}}'', at its most basic, is about the adorable (and mostly female) titular pets studying to become mages, and the humans that partner with them and study alongside them are more often than not just as [[{{Moe}} cute]].
* ''Anime/{{Maburaho}}'': Yuna practices Western magic, and when dressed up in the proper attire, she looks like the standard stereotypical lovely witch.
* Fabia Crozelg of ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid'', who's described not as a [[MagicalGirlWarrior standard mage]] like most of the cast, but as a True Witch, complete with magic broom and adorable imp familiars.
* ''Anime/MagicUsersClub'' was the first to have a group of Cute Witches (and Wizards) working as a team. It's also special because it mixed magic with aliens ''and'' the Witches and Wizards are actually members of a School Club centered on the occult.
* Negi from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' is a GenderInverted and PlayedWith example. He is a Mage who works as a Homeroom[=/=]English Teacher (rather than a student studying in a normal or WizardingSchool) for a normal ([[ExtranormalInstitute sort of]] [[note]]what with it having a RobotGirl and a Vampire[[/note]]) class as a continuation of his training as a mage after graduating in his WizardingSchool. As the series progressed, he evolved into a KungFuWizard.
%%** Negi's UnluckyChildhoodFriend Anya
%%** LittleMissSnarker Yue
%%** [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire]] Evangeline
%%** [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]] Takane and Mei
%%** CastHerd: Yue's Ariadne classmates
%%** QuirkyMinibossSquad Fate's Ministrae Magi
* ''Anime/MahouShojoLalabel'': Lalabel is completed with a feline sidekick. In the first episode, she even lampshades the fact that she subverts the [[WickedWitch negative witch stereotype]].
* ''Anime/MahouTsukaiChappy'', a [[FollowTheLeader close emulator]] of Sally, has a Cute Witch ''accidentally'' falling to Earth with her brother and their mascot, and they establish themselves here on Earth.
* ''Anime/MajokkoMegChan'' is what happens when this trope collides with {{Fanservice}}. Meg-chan hersef is a young witch competing with another extra dimensional traveller called Non for the throne, and again this takes place on Earth.
* Majokko Tickle from ''Anime/MajokkoTickle'' is ThePrankster and a mischievous cute witch.
* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'': Doremi wished to have magic so as to have the courage to confess to a boy she liked. She typically uses her magic for MundaneUtility while training to return her mentor to her original form, [[IneptMage sometimes with disastrous results]]. [[CuteClumsyGirl She is adorable yet clumsy]] but has a big heart and more TrueCompanions than anyone could ask for, despite her faults that put her in GrayAndGreyMorality.
* Since ''Anime/OkusamaWaMahouShoujo'' draws a lot from the original MagicalGirl series, the girls are generally of this flavour, riding on brooms and similar objects.
* In the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' Johto anime episode ''Hokus Pokemon'', Ash and Co. befriend a girl named Lily and her [[RavensAndCrows Murkrow]]. She's a practitioner of Pokemon magic and very cute, and she's looking for the supplies she needs to cast as spell that allows people to understand Pokemon talk and read their minds; Ash is obviously thrilled, and the group decides to tag along. [[spoiler: The spell actually [[BalefulPolymorph transforms Ash into a talking Pikachu]] for a short while.]]
* ''Manga/PuellaMagiKazumiMagica'' features Kazumi [[spoiler: and by extension, Michiru Kazusa,]] and Yuuri, who all favor Cute Witch imagery (though "witch" in that setting means [[EldritchAbomination something very different]]). In both cases, though, the implication is more toward WickedWitch, since [[spoiler: Kazumi is a [[HumanoidAbomination transformed witch]] and]] Yuuri is evil.
* Yukari Sendou from ''RosarioToVampire'' is a schoolmate of Moka and Tsukune in their ExtranormalInstitute. She is a from WitchSpecies and wears a witch outfit, but otherwise uses MagicalGirl style magic rather than the usual curses and BalefulPolymorph magic witches are known for.
* [=ChibiUsa=] in ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is more like one than the standard MagicalGirlWarrior the show features. She's time-traveled from the future for unspecified training, and her powers are mostly trickery rather than being useful for fighting. In fact, her "Pink Sugar Heart Attack" is one joke of a FinishingMove.
* ''Manga/SallyTheWitch'', inspired by Samantha from ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'' is the TropeMaker and TropeCodifier. She's actually a girl from a MagicalLand who is sent to Earth as training for the day she'll become the Queen...
* Unlike their ''Anime/PrettySammy'' counterparts, Sasami and Misao (along with their original castmates) of ''Anime/SasamiMagicalGirlsClub'' play the Cute Witch card instead of the MagicalGirlWarrior card.
* Tiara, the heroine of ''Anime/ShamanicPrincess'', is a cute witch at her core -- she's royalty from a MagicalLand and her power is inherited. But in practice she's a MagicalGirlWarrior and a practitioner of FullContactMagic. She's [[ActionGirl talented enough]] and grown up enough that the government of her magical land employs her as a [[CreatureHunterOrganization special agent]], protecting mundane dimensions from rogue magical beings.
* Angela from ''Manga/SoulEater''. She is a innocent child witch (unusual, considering the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil nature of witches]]).
** Blair ([[OurMonstersAreDifferent who is not technically a witch by the definition that series uses]], but rather a [[CatsAreMagic shapeshifting cat]]) straddles the line between this and HotWitch.
** [[spoiler: Later, Kim is revealed to be a good witch, attending Shibusen because she doesn't want to join the other witches.]]
** Eruka too, even with her likening for bombing buildings and people. The youngest combined form of the Mizune (Baba Yaga arc) is also rather cute.
* Pictured above: Vanilla and Chocolat from ''Manga/SugarSugarRune''. They're both candidates to become the Queen of their Magical Land, and to do so they must venture into the Human World and collect "hearts" - extracted human emotions representing how a person feels towards you. Whoever captures the most shall become queen...
* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', even the cute-looking witches are mad, bad, and dangerous to know, subverting the trope of a benevolent cutesy witch girl.
* Dark Magician Girl of ''Anime/YuGiOh'', also the trope namer for BlackMagicianGirl. Borders on HotWitch, depending on how blatant the {{Fanservice}} is.
%%* ''MagicalPrincessMinkyMomo''
%%* ''FloralMagicianMaryBell''
%%* ''UltraManiac'' - though here she shares the lead role with her MuggleBestFriend, Ayu.
%%* ''AkazukinChacha'', who also invokes the image of LittleRedRidingHood.
%%* ''MahouShoujoTaiArusu'' (aka ''Tweeny Witches'')
%%* Despite looking a bit ''Anime/SailorMoon''-ish, ''Anime/MagicalAngelSweetMint'' is of the Cute Witch variety.
%%* Chikage in ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess''
%%* Yuuma from ''MagicalPokaan''.
%%* Honami from ''RentalMagica''.
%%* Letty from ''TheMikosWordsAndTheWitchesIncantations''.
%%* ''MajokkoTsukuneChan'' is another parody, albeit a somewhat gentler one.
%%* Maple, in the manga based on ''Manga/TheLegendOfZelda: Oracle of Seasons''
%%* Kuesu from ''OmamoriHimari''.
%%* The entire female cast of ''StrikeWitches'', though the oldest few of them (meaning 20 at the oldest) drift into HotWitch territory.
%%* There is a whole ''[[WizardingSchool boarding school]]'' for them in ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia''.
%%* ''{{Jewelpet}}''
%%* ''HimechanNoRibon''
%%* ''Anime.PersiaTheMagicFairy''
%%* ''Anime/{{Himitsu No Akko-chan}}''
%%* ''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima''
%%* ''YokuWakaruGendaiMahou''
%%* Alice Rose of ''Manga/RaspberryFieldNoMajo''
%%* ''Literature/KuromajoSanGaToru''
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[[folder:Comics]]
* ''Wendy the Good Little Witch'', [[CasperTheFriendlyGhost Casper's]] friend. Harvey Comics created Wendy the Good Little Witch as a backup feature for ''Casper the Friendly Ghost'' back in 1954. She got her own title in 1960. All adults witches appearing in the various series are green-skinned and wicked, just as all the "big" ghosts in ''Casper'' are mean and scary.
%%* Cyclone of the JusticeSocietyOfAmerica. She's not an actual witch, but she has the costume and is obsessed with ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'' book, [[Literature/LandOfOz its sequels]], [[Film/TheWizardOfOz the movie]], and ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}''.
%%* The French-Belgian comic ''{{Melusine}}'' is about a Cute Witch.
%%* ''TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' includes cute witches in some of the unrelated stories also included. The witches in the story proper are somewhere between being sexy and FanDisservice.
%%* Mimi of ''NinjaHighSchool''.
* Magica De Spell was deliberately designed as youthful and attractive by CarlBarks as an aversion to the hag stereotype (such as with other Disney witches like Witch Hazel and Mad Madam Mim). Her appearance and mannerisms were inspired by actresses Gina Lollobrigida and Sophia Loren, as well as the character of [[Creator/CharlesAddams Morticia Addams]].
* ''Comicbook/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': Sabrina sometimes appeared in the elementary school-set Little Archie stories, where she'd be billed as "Little Sabrina: That Cute Little Witch." Of course, she's cute as her usual teenaged self, too.
* Piruja from ''{{Comicbook/Minimonsters}}'' is a rare version. She's considered as ugly to her peers due to her wart. But, when you see her, she is rather cute. She's also a StalkerWithACrush to Victor.
* Hazel gives off this vibe in ''ComicBook/{{Seconds}}''. At one point, when [[spoiler: Katie brings the cauldron into Seconds from Lucknow, Hazel grabs and observes it]], [[WhyAreYouLookingAtMeLikeThat and everyone in the room imagines Hazel with green skin, a robe and pointy hat, as well as a broom.]] She likes sweeping, you see.
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[[folder:Films]]
* Kiki from ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService''. She's a relatively mild version of the folklore witch rather than the overly cute magical girl type.
%%* Louise in ''Film/TeenWitch''
%%* Hermione, Luna and Ginny in the films of ''Film/HarryPotter'' before they get old enough to qualify as [[HotWitch Hot Witches]] round about film six.
%%* The Oogie's Boys in TheNightmareBeforeChristmas had a cute girl witch named Shock.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* ''Literature/TheWorstWitch'' book series naturally features one of these as a heroine. She was an extremely clumsy witch to boot.
* Tiffany Aching from her series of ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books is an aversion. Just because you're 11 years old doesn't mean you can't be angry, defiantly plain, and wearing shitkicker boots.
%%* ''Literature/HarryPotter'':
%%** Ginny
%%** Luna
%%** Cho Chang
%%** Fleur Delacour
%%** The Patil twins are pretty cute. Their saris at the Yule Ball
* Sephrenia from the ''{{Elenium}}'' trilogy by David Eddings. Though she was not, technically speaking, a witch, she was often called that by those who opposed the use of magic for religious reasons. And despite being a few hundred years old, she was said to be extremely lovely.
%%* The ''DorrieTheGoodLittleWitch'' series by Patricia Coombs.
%%* Boobela the giant from the ''BoobelaAndWorm'' series.
%%* Rachel and her sister Miri of the ''Literature/BrasAndBroomsticks'' series
* Hexene Candlemas in ''Literature/CityOfDevils'' is a subversion. She's outwardly cute, though she's the world's equivalent of a drug dealer, and she likes to punctuate her hexes with obscene gestures. Oh, and her familiar is a grumpy toad.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
%%* ''Series/{{Bewitched}}''.
* Jeannie from ''Series/IDreamOfJeannie'' would normally be too old for this trope, but it is noteworthy that the name of the show in Japan is "Cute Witch Jinny," possibly making her a TropeMaker.
%%* The ''Series/{{Charmed}}'':
%%** The sisters when they were younger. They're {{HotWitch}}es now.
%%** Baby Wyatt is quite adorable, though.
%%* The main character of the 90's children's show ''EureekasCastle'' was both a Cute Witch ''and'' a CuteMonsterGirl. (She had horns.)
%%* Cassie, Diana and Melissa from ''Series/TheSecretCircle'' all classify as this.
%%* Alex from ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''.
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': Sabrina is a teenage witch who goes to regular high school. She's petite, blond, pretty and usually a NiceGirl. And she's a KindheartedCatlover -- she has a talking black tom-cat.
* Urara and Houka of ''Series/MahouSentaiMagiranger'': Urara of the ShyBlueHairedGirl variety with OracularUrchin powers of divinity, and Houka the ManicPixieDreamGirl type with the MundaneUtility power of ShapeShifting.
%%* Bonnie from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries''. She is an attractive teenage girl.
%%* Sabrina of ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch''
* In the BBC/Starz series ''Series/TheWhiteQueen'', Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort to Edward IV, and her mother Jacquetta Woodville, Lady Rivers, are both portrayed as actual witches, with the ability [[WitchSpecies being a heritable trait]]. At one point, the two of them work together to cast a spell to summon a terrible storm with which to strike at their political opponents, and Elizabeth's daughter (also Elizabeth), who at that time was an adorable three-year-old girl, innocently joins in, obviously not realizing just what it is they're doing. Needless to say, this qualifies her for this trope, while her mother is, of course, a HotWitch. It should go without saying that, in RealLife, none of the Woodville women were actually witches, or had actual supernatural powers.
* Winnie Goodwin from ''Series/FreeSpirit'' looks fairly attractive, and acts great with children, but also has her share of adorably nave moments.
* The Teen Witches of ''Series/EveryWitchWay'' could be called this.
* Willow from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', more so as the series goes on. Just [[BewareTheNiceOnes don't make]] [[WickedWitch her angry]].
* Alaska in La Bola de Cristal, a Spanish children's television program. As the hostess of the show she educates children about mythology, cast spells, and falls in love with movie monsters.
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%%[[folder:Manhwa]]
%%* ''Manhwa/WitchHunter''. As a general rule, [[GenericCuteness if a witch isn't cute, she is very hot]].
%%** Aria Godspell
%%** East
%%** Monica
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%%[[folder:Music Videos]]
%%* One of these meets a [[CruelAndUnusualDeath particularly gruesome fate]] at the hands of the eponymous witch hunters in RobZombie 's "Lords of Salem" music video. Link ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vV0NoICl7cE Here]]''
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
%%* The {{player character}}s of ''WitchGirlsAdventures''.
* The Oracle Think Tank of ''TableTopGame/CardfightVanguard'' are mainly this (some are [[ChurchMilitant nuns with guns]]) with varying degrees of HonestCorporateExecutive, run by CEO [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]].
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[[folder:Video Games]]
%%* Merrill from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII''.
* [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/hm/images/0/01/Witchbig.gif The]] [[http://ui17.gamespot.com/720/witch20princess205_4.png Witch]] [[http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm85/Harvestchic89/harvest_moon_ds_wedding_girls-1.jpg princess]] from most of the first DS ''HarvestMoon'' games. Even though she's pretty mean at start, she becomes a lot nicer when you talk to her a lot (and give her gifts, trigger heart events etc.), and you can even marry her eventually. Even if you are a girl. [[{{Bowdlerise}} If you have the Japanese versions, anyway]].
%%** Another Witch Princess, Vivi, appears in Animal Parade.
%%* "Natta de" Cotton from ''Videogame/FantasticNightDreamsCotton''.
%%* Ripple from ''VideoGame/MagicalChase''.
* Marisa Kirisame, one of the protagonists of the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series; if her face doesn't appeal to you as "cute", her witch attire ''[[PimpedOutDress with frills]]'' should. Her ally/rival, {{Alice|Allusion}} [[{{Tsundere}} Margatroid]] also counts, though in a slightly more mature way, as does the enigmatic [[MagicLibrarian Patchouli]] [[IllGirl Knowledge]] who seemingly doesn't care to change out of her pimped out pajamas. Let's just say all of the witches in Touhou are cute. Actually, let's just say that ''everyone'' in Touhou are cute, even the [[CuteMonsterGirl ones that would normally be creepy]].
%%* Ptolemy from ''VideoGame/TheFairylandStory''.
* Arche Klein in ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'' may be 17, flat-chested and dress in pink and white, but she's got perkiness, sassines, a FlyingBroomstick and potential to fling fireballs, laser rays, thunderbolts, meteors and ''nukes'' on her enemies.
%%* Lillet Blan from ''VideoGame/GrimGrimoire''.
%%* Alice from the Shin Megami Tensei series fits. Powerful sorceress, and whose power of cute gained two powerful demons as guardians.
%%* Deneb from ''VideoGame/OgreBattle''. She's proven so [[EnsembleDarkhorse popular]] that she's one of the only characters to have shown up in every game in the series, despite her tendency to [[BewareTheNiceOnes slaughter entire villages]] in pursuit of her [[MadScientist twisted experiments]].
%%* Ran and Dark Ran in ''VideoGame/TwinkleStarSprites''.
* Mizuno from ''VideoGame/{{Tomba}}'' is actually ''called'' "The Cute Witch". She's also intensely sarcastic, and prone to losing her magic mirror.
%%* Ashley from the ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' games.
* Vivian the Shadow Siren from ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', with her long, blond ringlets, dimples, and adorable smile, is often considered to be second only to Peach in terms of "cute" for the franchise. (And to some fans, even cuter.) And she's not only a witch (having dark, shadowy powers, along with a [[NiceHat cool witch's hat]]), she's a downright ''powerful'' one, arguably becoming Mario's most powerful partner after joining his party with her offensive attacks and incredibly useful defensive Veil. (Although, she might only truly count in the American version, anyway; she's cute in Japan too, but [[ShesAManInJapan might not qualify as a witch]] in that version.)
%%* Yoriko from ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart''. She's withdrawn and prefers to let her giant staff (a demon named "Mike") do the talking for her.
%%* Absolutely everywhere in ''LuminousArc'' and its sequels.
%%* Lilka from ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 2}}''.
%%* Marion from the ''VideoGame/{{Gunbird}}'' series.
* Melody from ''VideoGame/RuneFactory''. She runs the bathhouse and doesn't quite know why. In the original game, she only dresses the part, but in ''RuneFactoryFrontier'', it's possible for her to actually learn magic from Cinnamon.
%%** Marion from ''RuneFactory3''.
* Maple from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames'' is a Cute Witch apprentice who constantly chases Link around, bumping into him. She eventually starts riding a ''flying saucer''.
%% * Irene from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkBetweenWorlds'' is essentially [[{{Expy}} Maple in all but name]].
* Cierra from ''VideoGame/RivieraThePromisedLand'', who nicknamed herself the "Scarlet Witch" due to her color scheme and her tendency to favor [[PlayingWithFire fire magic]]. She also has the MostCommonSuperpower and is thus a Cute Witch and HotWitch at the same time.
%%* Pamela from ''VideoGame/YggdraUnion''. Rosary might count, too, if you're into that sort of thing...
%%* Laharl's mother in ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'' was supposed to be one of these.
%%** Arguably the generic 'mage' class fit this description (all female; males are called 'skulls').
%%* Keke, a recurring enemy in the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' series.
%%* Any Magician class female character from ''FlyFF''.
* Kyon Feulion from ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars [[OriginalGeneration OG Saga]]: VideoGame/EndlessFrontier''. A witch that's also TokenMiniMoe and {{Dojikko}}, she's a demon but the only thing that give away her race is her little tail. Her broom has a Booster attached to it and has an attack that is a ShoutOut to ShootEmUp games.
%%* Annoying {{Dojikko}} Mignon Heart from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters: Maximum Impact''. Her sister Ninon is [[BlackMagicianGirl the]] [[DarkMagicalGirl polar]] [[ElegantGothicLolita opposite.]]
%%* Doropie/Francesca, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/MagicalDoropie'' (released as ''The Krion Conquest'' internationally).
%%* Wendalyn from ''MySims''.
%%* Witch, a reoccurring opponent from the ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' series.
%%* The Student Witch enemies from various ''{{Castlevania}}'' games.
%%** Carrie Fernandez
* Lymle from ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheLastHope'' is 15 years old by her race's standards, but mentally acts and speaks like a 6 year old girl. If there's anything she knows complete mastery over though, it's using Symbology Magic and summoning Cerberus from a pocket dimension akin to Hell itself.
%%* You run into a small cult of witches in the NeverwinterNights mod The Bastard of Kosigan (the first one, Exile of the West). Greta is rather plain, Willie is rather disturbing, and Karen is dead, but Laura and Yannia definitely qualify (and they are the two you can [[OptionalSexualEncounter have sex with]]).
%%* Tyurru of ''NinetyNineNights''.
%%* Yuria the Witch of ''DemonsSouls''.
* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsNEO'': Sharlie Lunoille and the Merville, which is a {{Fembot}} with [[CatGirl cat ears]] riding a mechanical broom that can be used as a WaveMotionGun.
* In ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'', Madotsuki can become one herself through the aptly titled Witch effect. Doing this enables her to fly a broom, which serves no real purpose (as most things in the game). One can trigger an event on the roof this way, though.
%%* Evie from ''{{Vindictus}}'', particularly if you deck her out in the Scarlet Witch set.
%%* The Mage from ''DungeonFighterOnline''.
%%** And to a greater extent, the Mage's Witch subclass.
%%* Lux from ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' is a holy warrior mage, but one of her alternate skins is [[http://images4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110514043637/leagueoflegends/images/thumb/4/48/Lux_SorceressSkin_Ch.jpg/879px-Lux_SorceressSkin_Ch.jpg blatantly inspired]] by the archetype. No surprise, considering [[{{Moe}} Shurelia]] of Riot Games is a fan.
%%** Lulu fits the trope as well.
%%* Melody from ''{{Nostalgia}}''.
%%* Witchina (yes, really) from the obscure arcade and PSX game ''GhoulPanic''.
* Witch Beatrice from ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' is a cute witch in a world where cute doesn't show up much at all.
* Sally from ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'' is a witch and a Necromancer that dresses in pink, and ''has a freaking teddy bear''.
* Ashley from ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' is a girl of [[VagueAge indeterminate age]] who spends her time learning spells and mixing things in her cauldron from her HauntedHouse. ''[=WarioWare=]: Smooth Moves'' clears away any doubt about what she is when she's depicted riding on a broomstick.
* The main character of ''Bubble Witch 2'' is Stella, a very cute redheaded witch who travels around with two magical cats bursting magical bubbles, saving animals, etc.
* Liddell is the titular witch of ''VideoGame/AWitchsTale''. She has cute blonde pigtails, a sassy attitude, and powerful magic.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
%%* Anne Onymous from ''TheWotch'' (who started as an {{Expy}} of [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Willow]]).
%%* Gwynn from ''SluggyFreelance'' (at least when she's not being [[DemonicPossession possessed or influenced]] by demons).
%%* Mye, the zombie witch from ''CharbyTheVampirate''.
* Sal, the self-declared "alternative witch" from ''Webcomic/EmergencyExit''.
%%* Hester from ''{{Blip}}''.
* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': The Hellrune Coven are a trio of witches, who originated from ''WebComic/EerieCuties'' before being given their own SpinOff series. Of three, [[BlackBestFriend Jacqui]] is the one who best fits the description, both in terms of appearance and her [[NiceGuy cheerfully]] [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/glamour_spell ditzy personality.]]
* Peridot from ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'', a young girl who, prior to becoming henchwoman to the BigBad, learned magic so she could boss people around. She flies around on a star-ended broom and wears a dress and witch's hat.
* Jade from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', when she rises to [[BadassAdorable God]]/[[LittleBitBeastly Dog]] Tier, gaining powerful abilities and a witch outfit to match, complete with [[Literature/TheWizardOfOz striped stockings and ruby slippers]].
** [[spoiler:[[TheWizardOfOz ...and later being killed by a falling house after going evil.]]]]
** Also Rose, who may qualify even more due to using actual magic.
* ''[[http://kokotheblue.com/ Koko the Blue]]'' and Marl are both this.
* Opal from ''Webcomic/HarpyGee'' this crossed with MegaNekko (Technically she's a witch doctor but still...).
* Jenny from ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' is a {{Perky Goth}} apprentice witch who is first introduced [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/?p=1384 here]] as a {{Replacement Love Interest}} for Jack. While she bears some superficial resemblance to Zimmy, she is very friendly to everyone she meets and does not hesitate to help when events get serious. And she's adorable. [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/?p=1420 Renard even comments on it]].
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* The 'three little witches' from the story of the same name in the WhateleyUniverse. Clover even has a witch's hat. They regularly scheme to collect essence so they can do more impressive magic, usually stirring up trouble along the way. [[DeliberatelyCuteChild They also don't hesitate to play the 'cute and innocent' card when it suits them.]]
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%%* Sadira from the ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries''. Saleen counts as one, too, although she's more of an EvilWitch.
* Obscure 1960s character ''HoneyHalfwitch'' is actually half-wizard/half-girl, according to the [[EarWorm theme song]]).
%%* Miss Tickle from ''MissionMagic'' certainly qualifies, although she's somewhat older than the other examples on this page.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
** Twilight Sparkle, the protagonist of the show, is [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Twilight02_7377.png very adorable]], very nice and a very powerful magician.
** [[TheMagnificent The Great and Powerful]] Trixie. Sure, she's an [[SmugSuper arrogant]] {{jerkass}}, but she also a really cute pony. [[http://mylittlepony.neoseeker.com/w/i/mylittlepony/thumb/9/92/Trixie.png/300px-Trixie.png She looks like this.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rupert}}'' has two examples: A young witch who's upset because "witches aren't supposed to be cute," and Tiger Lily, who's learned a few things from her father, the Conjuror.
* {{Filmation}}'s adaptation of ''Comicbook/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' (which had a shared universe with ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow'')
* Sabrina again, this time as a junior high schooler in ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'' (no relation to the above) and a high schooler in ''Sabrina's Secret Life''. She's petite teenager witch, blond, pretty and usually a NiceGirl.
* ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' features one named Lucinda in one episode who starts out as a troublemaker but then is converted to a "good little witch"
* Tara Duncan from ''WesternAnimation/TaraDuncan'' is Spellbinder who defeats villains from the Otherworld with her friends and fellow Spellbinders.
* Raven from the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' is an attractive {{Goth}} with extensive magical powers.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' have Brenda and Melina as good little witches who are cute in their own little ways as girls.
* ''TotalDrama Revenge of the Island'' has Dawn, who Zoey suspects that she might be a Wizard in "Backstabbers Ahoy". In fact she is the only contestant in the series who's been implied to have supernatural powers.
%%* The main girls in ''{{Trollz}}'' are like this.
* Creator/HannaBarbera's Winsome ("Winnie") Witch sometimes fancies herself as one cute witch.
* Mirta is much nicer than most other witches in ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' and is really the only cute witch. In season two she becomes a fairy.
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* ''Alaska Y Dinarama'' is a Spanish band from the 80s whose lead singer, Alaska, dressed as a stereotypical European witch complete with pointed hat, but was always cute and friendly.
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%%* ''Lost Witch'' is a picture series that can be found on both its native Pixiv and on Danbooru. It revolves around an alternate history where witches are commonplace, and at least a few fought in the skies above WWII.
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