Characters: HeartCatch Pretty Cure!
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Heartcatch Pretty Cure
Tsubomi Hanasaki (Cure Blossom)
A bookish, shy and introverted nerd who loves flowers. Upon transferring to a new school, she vows to change herself and become more outgoing.
Tropes associated with Tsubomi:
Erika Kurumi (Cure Marine)
A brash and extroverted fashionista. Though energetic and sincere, she often fails to consider the feelings of others.
Tropes associated with Erika:
- Action Girl
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance
- Badass Adorable: She doesn't even think twice before punching men twice her size in the face. Her fight with Kumojacky in episode 46 practically solidifies her as this.
- Catch Phrase: Early on, she had trouble coming up with a limit phrase to match Tsubomi's, When she realizes that she must save her older sister Momoka, who was turned into a Monster of the Week due to her jealousy of Erika's normal life, Erika finally manages to figure out her own phrase: "Even if my heart is larger than the sea, this is over my limit!"
- Curtains Match the Window: Blue.
- Character Development: Started off as an abrasive and insensitive girl who was unpopular. Then after becoming friends with Tsubomi, she cools down and becomes more easygoing, flexible and less aggressive. This extends more to her being jealous towards her older sister, but eventually learns that her sister also envies her and lightens up towards her.
- The Fashionista
- Forehead of Doom: While her forehead is usually hidden by her parted bangs, she has an attack that consists of a forehead equivalent to Cure Blossom's memetic Ass Kicks You move.
- Hot-Blooded: Yes, the water-elemental character is this.
- Genki Girl
- Green-Eyed Monster: Her jealousy of Momoka's success as a model earns her Victim of the Week status in the first episode. Later, in episode 8, Momoka herself turns out to be jealous of the normal life Erika leads.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: More than oft acts like a Bratty Half-Pint, but is always there for her friends.
- The Lancer
- Large Ham
- Making a Splash: Many of her sub-attacks are based of water.
- No Sense of Personal Space
- Plucky Girl: When you're not the Dai-Gurren-dan, the proper reaction to seeing a giant Eldritch Abomination from outer space pummeling your planet with impunity is to tremble in despair. However, Erika instead decides that the Cures must fight it, what with being "14-year old beautiful superheroines".
- Rapunzel Hair: As Cure Marine.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Tsubomi's blue.
- Water Is Blue
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Literally, even!
- Zettai Ryouiki: As Cure Marine and also as part of her civilian attire.
Itsuki Myoudouin (Cure Sunshine)
The androgynous Student Council President
who acts masculine in order to continue the martial traditions of her family in place of her feeble older brother. Despite this, she adores cute things and wishes she could show her feminine side more freely.
Tropes associated with Itsuki:
- Action Girl/Badass Normal: She's quite the accomplished martial artist and even fought back against Cobraja and Kumojacky respectively in two episodes.
- Bare Your Midriff: Her Cure Sunshine outfit has this.
- Barrier Warrior: She has the ability to cast a sunflower-shaped barrier.
- The Big Girl
- Bokukko: She switches to "watashi" briefly whenever flustered; she uses it exclusively as Cure Sunshine.
- Bishie Sparkle: In episode 7 from Tsubomi's perspective, complete with Love Bubbles and a flowery background at one point.
- Catch Phrase: "I will heal the darkness in your heart with my light!"
- Custom Uniform: Her school uniform is different from the other boys' mostly due to her status as granddaughter of the principal. Fanartists often ignore this and draw her in the standard female uniform.
- Curtains Match the Window
- Cuteness Proximity: Normally quite reserved, but get her anywhere near dolls or cute clothing, and it's a different story, to the point where "How cute!" might as well be her other catchphrase.
- Even the Girls Want Her
- Expository Hairstyle Change: After the brief Time Skip in episode 49, she grows her hair out somewhat and starts wearing the female uniform.
- Girliness Upgrade: As the series goes on, she becomes more open about her love of cute things, dolls up for the school fashion show and eventually grows her hair out a bit and starts wearing the female uniform. Still, she remains as athletic and interested in martial arts as ever.
- Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Episode 15 reveals that she has a pretty good-sized collection of them, which she keeps hidden away.
- Gold Makes Everything Shiny: Her Pretty Cure costume includes a gold lamé chest ribbon.
- Hair Decorations: She has barrettes adorning her Girlish Pigtails in Cure Sunshine form.
- Heir to the Dojo: Her sick brother wasn't expected to make it before his surgery in episode 23, so she was made into this. In order to become a worthy successor, she felt compelled to act like a boy and disguise her adoration for cute things. Poor girl.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: Her gender and Cure identity.
- Power Makes Your Hair Grow: While this happens to almost all Cures, she takes it to the biggest extent, going from a very short bob haircut to waist-length Girlish Pigtails when transformed.
- The Power of the Sun
- Rapunzel Hair: As Cure Sunshine.
- School Uniforms are the New Black: She's in her school uniform most of the time, even if she's out of school. That is, unless Erika forces her into the yellow tunic◊...
- She Cleans Up Nicely A rare non-ballroom variation. Seeing her girled up makes that much of a difference.
- Sixth Ranger: Suspected for a long while, confirmed in the most blatant way possible after episode 22.
- Student Council President
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Tsubomi and Erika's girly girls.
- Unsettling Gender-Reveal: Tsubomi is pretty upset when she learns that Itsuki is actually a girl during episode 7. Cobraja, on the other hand, is flat-out shocked.
- Wholesome Crossdresser: That is, until the timeskip.
Yuri Tsukikage (Cure Moonlight)
The former Cure Moonlight, who was defeated and Brought Down to Normal
by Dark Pretty Cure before the events of the series. Though quiet, mature and intellectual, she harbours a deep sadness within her heart, unable to forgive herself for her past failures. She eventually regains her resolve to fight and becomes Cure Moonlight once more.
Tropes associated with Yuri:
- Action Girl/Badass: Quite possibly the coolest Cure ever. Being unable to transform didn't stop her from jumping into danger, as seen in episode 13. Also shown in All Stars DX3 when everyone else ran off to make space for three monsters that just popped up to squish the cures, she just stood there and whacked the monsters into oblivion before they even touched the ground.
- Badass Bookworm: She usually ranks at top of her class, and still wipes the floor with the Desertrians with utter ease. In fact, in the DX 3 'mini-game' situation, her mini-game is 'Studying'.
- Badass Creed: "Friendship... Love... A lot of emotions... Pain... Sadness... I will fight for them!!" When Yuri said this, she's ready to kick major ass. She said this quite frequently, but not enough to count as a Catch Phrase.
- Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Has the darkest hair, tallest of the active Cures and is mostly serious and aloof.
- Barrier Warrior: Less so than Sunshine, but shows some inclinations.
- Broken Bird
- Brought Down to Normal: Thanks to Dark Precure. She gets better, of course.
- Cain and Abel: Turns out to be the Abel to Dark Cure's Cain, after the revelation that Dark Cure was created by her father.
- Cool Big Sis: At age 17, she's the oldest active Cure, and the third-oldest overall (behind Cure Flower and Cure Angie from the movie series).
- Curb-Stomp Battle: In Episode 34, after defeating Dark Precure, she takes all three Desert Apostle Generals down by her own.
- Curtains Match the Window
- Dark Magical Girl: While firmly being on the side of Good, she has some shades of this. She must deal with her loneliness and a great deal of bitterness in her life. If she's Fate, Tsubomi is Nanoha. (No irony intended.)
- Disappeared Dad: Her father has been missing ever since he began looking for the Heart Tree. She does find him again, but he turns out to be Sabaaku.
- Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: Subverted. Cologne calls her Cure Moonlight, even when she's just Yuri.
- Fashionable Asymmetry
- Flower Motifs: Lilies, which are shown through her name and her Heart Flower.
- Friend to All Children: One of the few hints that she's more than the cold fish she was presented as in the earlier parts of the story is that she really knows how to be friendly and caring towards children. One focus episode after she returns being Moonlight also has her actually getting along with the daycare children better than the daycare owner (although it caused frustration of the owner to the point the owner is turned into Desertrian).
- Forehead of Doom: As Yuri.
- Heroic BSOD: She suffers one before the series after she is defeated by Dark Precure, and it takes her almost the entire series to get over it.
- Hurting Hero
- Ineffectual Loner: Her main character flaw, in the "I'll take on all the responsibility so no one else has to" sense. It indirectly leads to Cologne's death, after she overestimates her power against a two-on-one disadvantage and rejects his advice to find teammates to even the odds.
- I Let Gwen Stacy Die
- Large Ham: Kyua MUUUUUUUNNRAITO!
- Meaningful Name: Her surname literally means "moon shadow" and her first name is also the Japanese name for the lily flower, which is also her Heart Flower.
- Meganekko: Wears glasses in her civilian persona, but drops them as Cure Moonlight.
- Opera Gloves: But only on one arm.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Sometimes as Cure Moonlight.
- Purple Is Powerful: Purple is one of her two theme colors, alongside silver.
- Rapunzel Hair
- The Smart Girl: She subverts this trope as she's the strongest of the four, she has more power, but she's the most experienced.
- Sugar and Ice Personality: Acted like an Emotionless Girl at first, but was later shown to be more guarded than anything. She defrosts a bit after joining the team.
- Unfortunate Names: Poor thing had to be named Yuri in a franchise where yuri is all over the place...
- When She Smiles
- Wrong Genre Savvy: She thought she could get by being overly powerful and going solo. Unfortunately for her, in Pretty Cure series, you need to trust your friends a lot, thus she ended up utterly failing and losing her Fairy and ability to become Cure Moonlight, with the emotional baggage to go, at the beginning of the series.
- You Gotta Have Purple Hair
Mirage Pretty Cure
Mirage Pretty Cure
Voiced by: Nana Mizuki (Cure Blossom Mirage), Fumie Mizusawa (Cure Marine Mirage), Houko Kuwashima (Cure Sunshine Mirage), Aya Hisakawa (Cure Moonlight Mirage)
They are the Enemy Within
of the Heartcatch Pretty Cures, summoned by the Heartcatch Mirage for their final test. Each of them represent their past shadow selves with their Angst
Tropes associated with the Mirage Pretty Cures:
- Anti-Hero/Anti-Villain: They are part of the Heartcatch Pretty Cure and are Secret Test of Character enemies, but they are not evil.
- Badass Crew: Averted. Since everyone of them is an Enemy Within, the four Mirage Pretty Cures never met each other.
- Badass Long Coat: Each of them wear white, long coats.
- Broken Bird: Each of them represents the inner conflicts of their original selves, that's why they really depressed.
- Cain and Abel: Cure Marine Mirage represents Erika's envy to her older sister Momoka.
- Cherry Blossoms: Cure Blossom Mirage's world has flying cherry blossom petals everywhere.
- Cool Down Hug: Each of them fuse back to their original selves by being hugged by them.
- Curtains Match the Window: Similar like their original selves.
- Dark Is Not Evil: While they wear black clothes under their coats and have darker hair, they are not evil.
- Dark Magical Girl: Each of them represents the angsty self of the respective Cures.
- Enemy Within: Each of them are inner enemies.
- Evil Sounds Deep: They aren't actually evil, but they have deeper voices than their originals.
- Failure Knight: Cure Moonlight Mirage represents Yuri's sadness of Cologne's death, since Yuri feels responsible of that.
- Fusion Dance: In the end, they are accepted by their original selves and come back.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: They don't use much magical attacks.
- Mini Dress Of Power: Cure Blossom Mirage and Cure Marine Mirage.
- Rapunzel Hair: All of them wear their hair down and all of them have the same hair length like the original Cures; everyone except Cure Marine Mirage, who has not Cure Marine's hair length, but Erika's.
- Secret Test of Character: To win the test, each Cure has to accept their past selves as their own parts.
- Shrinking Violet: Cure Blossom Mirage doesn't act like one, but she represents Tsubomi's shy side and unconfidence.
- Tomboy: The boy's school uniform-like wearing Cure Sunshine Mirage, who represents Itsuki's conflict of hiding her feminine side and as being the Heir to the Dojo.
- Voice of the Legion: How they sound.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Cure Marine Mirage has dark blue hair, and Cure Moonlight Mirage has dark purple hair.
Mugen Silhouette (some people translate her name as Infinity Silhouette) is the fusion
of the four Pretty Cures and their three fairies. A giantess who looks like an older version of Tsubomi, having even her voice. She's the strongest Pretty Cure (at least in that verse
) and makes her appearance during the Grand Finale
. She's the Cure who ultimately defeats Dune
in the space. Thanks to this experience, Tsubomi is now inspired to become an astronaut.
Tropes associated with Mugen Silhouette:
Chypre & Coffret
Voiced by: Taeko Kawata (Chypre) & Motoko Kumai (Coffret)
Chypre and Coffret are two fairies that act as partners to Tsubomi and Erika, respectively. They safeguard and summon the Heart Seeds that the Pretty Cure use to transform, and (uh) "create" new Heart Seeds after a Desertarian is defeated.
Tropes associated with Chypre and Coffret:
Kaoruko Hanasaki (Cure Flower)
Voiced by: Chika Sakamoto
Tsubomi's grandmother. In her youth, she was chosen by the Heart Tree to become Cure Flower, who single-handedly defeated the first invasion of the Desert Apostles. Having long retired her powers, she acts as a mentor to the current generation of Pretty Cure.
Tropes associated with Kaoruko:
Voiced by: Kokoro Kikuchi
A baby fairy who is born from the Heart Tree after enough Heart Seeds have been collected. He becomes the partner to Itsuki and enables her transformation into Cure Sunshine. Being a newborn, Potpourri is the most childish and self-centred of the fairies.
Tropes associated with Potpourri:
The fairy partner of Cure Moonlight. He is shown to be the most mature and level-headed of the fairies. When Yuri ignored his advice and fought Dark Pretty Cure and Sabaaku by herself, he was forced to sacrifice himself to save her life. He later returns as a Spirit Advisor
after the Heart Tree regains enough strength, but can only manifest long enough to set Yuri's heart at ease.
Tropes associated with Cologne:
A senior fairy, and former partner to Cure Flower. Though silent, he is greatly respected by Chypre & Coffret as their role model. One of the powers of his advanced age is the ability to shapeshift
. He often takes the form of Kaoruko's deceased husband, a blue-haired Bishōnen
Tropes associated with Coppe:
- Berserk Button: Do not hurt Kaoruko! Unfortunately, the enemy is Dune.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Aside from his Berserk Button, he is an imtimitating fighter, as the Snackeys can confirm.
- The Big Guy: This fairy is taller than average humans.
- Bishōnen: As Sora.
- Chick Magnet: Despite his appearance, he is very charismatic and the Cures, even Yuri, love to cuddle him or sleep on his belly. The young fairies have great respect for him, too. Tsubomi has even a crush on him, when he transforms as Kaoruko's husband Sora (who is actually Tsubomi's grandfather). Sasorina likes his human form, too
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
- Cuddle Bug: Doesn't seem to mind all the hugs and cuddles he gets.
- Expy: One can't help but look at how everyone cuddles up to him and be reminded of Totoro.
- Gentle Giant
- Gonk: Weirdest-looking fairy in the entire franchise.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Compared to the other fairies in the series.
- The Stoic: He only shows his emotions twice.
- Stoic Spectacles: Again, as Sora.
- Thousand-Yard Stare: His default expression.
- The Voiceless: Speaks only a single line as Sora.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Can take a form that resembles Kaoruko's deceased husband Sora.
The Tree of Hearts
The Tree of Hearts is a magical tree that connects to all Heart Flowers. If a Heart Flower wilts completely, it will weaken the Tree of Hearts. The only way to restore the Tree now, is to collect Heart Seeds into the Heart Pot until it is all filled up. The goal of the Desert Apostle is to kill the Tree, so they the Heart Flowers of all humans would wilt completely and the world would turn eventually into a desert.
Tropes associated with the Tree of Hearts:
- Big Good: The Tree of Hearts plays a major part of the plot. During the story, it gives birth to Potpourri, and later it gives Yuri her Cure powers back.
- Everything's Better with Rainbows: The flowers on the tree are in different colors, giving the Tree a rainbow-colored crown.
- Living MacGuffin: A tree is a life being. The Desert Apostles wants to kill it, so they can turn the world into a desert.
- Not Quite Dead: Dune is not able to kill it completely; it is still alive because the Pretty Cures and all the Victims of the Week they saved are still alive. The Tree of Hearts is eventually regrowing.
- Suddenly Voiced: In episode 33 and 34, when it talks to Yuri with a female voice.
- World Tree: It not only protects the world, it is connected with all Heart Flowers of all humans.
The Desert Apostles
The masked leader of the Desert Apostles' invasion of Earth. He oversees operations from the Desert Palace, using his mastery of technology to create weapons such as Dark Pretty Cure and (later) the Dark Bracelets. He turns out to be Yuri's Disappeared Dad
, who was brainwashed by Dune when he received the mask from Baron Salamander in France.
Tropes associated with Sabaaku:
- Bad Boss: Averted. He never scolds or blames the generals for their failures or is angry about them, and instead tries to make the most of their quirks to motivate them. And he really cares for Dark Precure because she's his created daughter.
- Badass: Most notably during his fight with Dune.
- Badass Baritone
- Badass Longcoat
- Brainwashed and Crazy
- Cool Mask: He was actually controlled by its power.
- Cruel and Unusual Death: He is pulverized by Dune.
- Dark Is Evil
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Dark Pretty Cure is more than just some super powered, evil creation. He really does care about her. And as revealed in episode 47, he's Yuri Tsukikage/Cure Moonlight's father.
- Evil Genius
- Evil Giggle: He never really laughs.
- Evil Sounds Deep
- Expy: Of Professor Tomoe of Sailor Moon S.
- Heel-Face Turn: After he's freed from the mask's power.
- Hero Killer: More like "Mascot Killer". He killed Yuri's fairy, Cologne.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He sacrificed his life to save Yuri and Tsubomi from Dune's energy bomb.
- Large and in Charge: Seems to be at first. At least until the Bigger Bad shows up.
- Lean and Mean
- Luke, I Am Your Father: He is revealed to be Yuri's Disappeared Dad.
- No Body Left Behind: He is pulverized by Dune.
- Redemption Equals Death
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The eyes in his mask tend to glow a rather eerie red.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Some fansubs had his name spelled as 'Sabark', while others spelled it as 'Sabaaku' or 'Sabaku'.
- The Stoic: He barely shows emotions.
- Taking the Bullet: During the Grand Finale, he takes an attack of Cure Moonlight that was aimed at Dark Precure. The blast destroys his mask, and he turns back to normal.
- White Hair, Black Heart: It is not original hair color. When he became Sabaaku, his hair turned white.
Dark Pretty Cure
An Evil Knockoff
created by Professor Sabaaku specifically to defeat Cure Moonlight. Even after doing so, she remains dangerously obsessed with Yuri Tsukikage. She is a powerful enemy to the Pretty Cure, and slavishly dedicated to Sabaaku.
Tropes associated with Dark Pretty Cure:
- Alas, Poor Villain
- Arch-Enemy: To Cure Moonlight and vice-versa.
- Artificial Human
- Cain and Abel: The Cain to Cure Moonlight's Abel, after it's revealed that they share the same father.
- Casting a Shadow
- Dark Action Girl: The most outstanding example in the whole franchise.
- Dark Magical Girl
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: Fatally wounded by her final clash with Cure Moonlight, she Disappears into Light in Professor Sabaaku/Tsukikage's arms.
- The Dragon: To Sabaaku.
- Evil Knockoff: She was created specifically to defeat Cure Moonlight.
- Evil Sounds Deep
- Expy: To Sephiroth.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Mirroring Moonlight's, to boot.
- Glowing Eye(s) of Doom: Whenever she unleashes her powers.
- Go Out with a Smile: Seems to let go of her anger and hatred as she dies, tearfully smiling as she fades out in her father's arms.
- Mismatched Eyes: Her left eye is blue, her right eye is golden, her left eye eventually becomes golden, too.
- One-Winged Angel: In the literal sense, she has one huge black wing.
- Opera Gloves: Like Moonlight, only on one arm. But, the other one (Moonlight right, Dark Pretty Cure left).
- Replacement Goldfish: Sabaaku unconsciously patterned her off of Yuri/Moonlight, giving her a desire to destroy her counterpart and cement her position as the Professor's real daughter.
- The Stoic: Well...most of the time.
- Supernatural Gold Eyes: Her right eye has a golden color. Since Episode 41, her left eye, too.
- Villainous Breakdown: She does not take the revelation that Sabaaku is really Yuri's father well at all.
- Woman in Black
- You Gotta Have Green Hair
- Zettai Ryouiki: Type A.
The leader of the Desert Apostles. He was defeated and sealed away
by Cure Flower decades before, but is slowly reviving himself.
Tropes associated with Dune:
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: His final form.
- Bishounen: It helps that he's voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa.
- Big Bad: Really, really, big. Being bigger than all the Big Bads before. Only Pierrot (and Black Hole) is bigger than him.
- Bigger Bad: It was first assumed that Sabaaku is the Big Bad, until Dune is mentioned.
- Cute Is Evil
- Dissonant Serenity: His default expression.
- Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon
- Faux Affably Evil: Don't let his cheerful smile fool you.
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: He is not mentioned until the latter half of the series and doesn't even show up properly until the last few episodes. He's basically just there to act as a Final Boss to the heroes, especially since the main antagonists up to that point, Sabaaku and Dark Pretty Cure, are destined for Alas, Poor Villain endings.
- Go Out with a Smile
- High Collar of Doom
- Humanoid Abomination: He is a being created from the feelings of hatred passed down throughout mankind.
- Leitmotif: And a rather ominous one, at that.)
- Lean and Mean
- Omnicidal Maniac: His goal is to destroy the universe.
- One-Winged Angel
- Monochromatic Eyes
- Slasher Smile: There are only a few fleeting glimpses of it, and it's only worn occasionally when he fights, but when he wears it, he wears it well.
- Would Hit a Girl: Doesn't pull back his punches when taking on the Cures in combat.
- You Gotta Have Green Hair
The Three Generals
A trio that leads the ground invasion of the Desert Apostles. Their main duty is to wilt the Heart Flowers of humans, which would hasten the death of the Heart Tree. To do this, they can extract wilting Heart Flowers from humans and transform them into berserking monsters known as Desertrians, catalysing the wilting process. They are actually three Heart Flowers which were extracted from their human hosts by Professor Sabaaku and experimented upon. After they are defeated, the Heart Flowers return to their comatose human bodies, reviving their true human selves
Tropes associated with all three generals:
- Cast from Hit Points: The Dark Bracelets actually drain from their energy, but as long as they use one, it's not much of a problem. If a generals use three however...
- Bright Is Not Good: They wear maybe good colors, but they are evil.
- Fusion Dance: With the Dark Bracelets, they can fuse with the Monsters of the Week to accelerate the wilting process of the Heart Flowers, making the Desertrians stronger. Episode 44 proves there is no limitation for a Desertrian to fuse with only one general.
- Hannibal Lecture: They deliver them Once per Episode, always countered by the heroines Shut Up, Hannibal!.
- Heel-Face Turn: After being purified, their Heart Flowers return to their original human bodies.
- Mid-Season Upgrade: In episode 31, they receive the Dark Bracelets from Professor Sabaaku, that not only allow them to fuse with the Monsters of the Week, the Dark Bracelets also empowers the generals.
- Obviously Evil: Double subverted; they do not wear dark clothes, but everyone immediately notices that they look suspicious.
- Terrible Trio: They consist of three generals.
- True Companions: They respect each other and they would save each other, unless it's too late.
- Was Once a Man: They are created from three Heart Flowers.
The red General. A boisterous Blood Knight
obsessed with achieving martial perfection. Unlike the other two Generals, he regularly fights on the front lines alongside his summoned Desertrians.
Tropes associated with Kumojaki:
The blue General. A smarmy narcissist infatuated with his own beauty. He despises anything he considers "ugly", including Heart Flowers, which is why he transforms them into Desertrians.
Tropes associated with Cobraja:
- Ambiguously Gay: Mostly noticed in episode 7, where he licks Itsuki's Heart Flower and, after a while, getting notified that Itsuki's actually a girl. His reaction is quite funny, actually◊.
- Bishōnen: Obviously.
- Blue Oni: To Kumojaki's red.
- Curtains Match the Window
- Death Dealer: Yes, he uses photographs rather than cards, but still counts.
- The Fashionista: After returning to his normal life, he seems to have taken a job as a tailor.
- The Fighting Narcissist: And how!
- Got the Whole World in My Hand: Does this briefly in episode 28 while he's explaining the Desert Apostles' ultimate goal.
- Graceful Loser: In episode 46, when he is purified to Cure Sunshine.
- Gratuitous French
- High Collar of Doom
- Large Ham
- Laughably Evil: Along with Sasorina and the Snackeys.
- Lean and Mean
- Licking The Heart Flower: As mentioned above, he does this with Itsuki's.
- Long-Haired Pretty Boy
- Made of Explodium: His photographs.
- Meaningful Name: Take a wild guess.
- Nightmare Face: Does this more often than you would expect.
- Slouch of Villainy: Does this from time to time.
- Spell My Name with an "S": He writes it as "Kobraj" on the photographs he carries around, but it's spelled as "Cobraja" in most all other materials.
- Villainous Breakdown: In episode 46.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
The yellow General. A devious schemer who usually carries an air of smug self-confidence, but can become vicious and petty if provoked.
Tropes associated with Sasorina:
- A-Cup Angst: In the first episodes, she looks jealous when she meets Tsubomi, who seems to have a ridiculously large bust (actually Chypre and Coffret are hiding under Tsubomi's shirt).
- Animal Motif: Scorpions.
- Ambiguously Brown
- Bare Your Midriff
- Beware My Stinger Tail: Capable of turning her hair into a stinging scorpion's tail.
- Dangerously Short Skirt/Magic Skirt
- Dark Chick
- Dark Skinned Red Head
- Died in Your Arms Tonight: 'Dies' in Kumojacky's arms, after thanking Kumojacky and Cobraja for being there for her
- Evil Redhead
- Eyes of Gold
- Fiery Redhead
- Go Out with a Smile
- Heel Face Door Slam: She seemed to be tilting towards a change of heart after getting hit by Gold Forte Burst. It was promptly reverted after she received her Dark Bracelet. She is fully purified in episode 40 and returns to her human host, functionally completing a Heel-Face Turn.
- Informed Ability: Her scorpion-tail-hair is poisoned, but she never poisons someone.
- Laughably Evil: Her, Cobraja and the Snackeys are basically the comedy relief of the villain's side.
- Letting Her Hair Down: In Episode 27, 40 and afterwards.
- Meaningful Name: 'Sasori' means 'scorpion'.
- Poisonous Person: Her scorpion-tail-hair.
- Prehensile Hair: She uses her hair as her main weapon. Cutting her hair does not ruin her hair style, though.
- Sensible Heroes, Skimpy Villains: The skimpy to the Precure's sensibility.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only woman within the Apostles, if you don't count Dark Precure.
- Villainous Widow's Peak: A rare female example.
Voiced by: Ryo Iwasaki
Tropes associated with the Snackeys:
Extremely powerful and giant monsters sent by Dune which turn the planet into deserts.
Tropes associated with the Desert Devils:
Voiced by: Ōtani Ikue
A mysterious boy who can turn into a werewolf and the foster son of Baron Salamander. He first meets Tsubomi when she is lost in Paris, and the two end up outrunning Snackeys (that are really after him).
Tropes associated with Oliver:
Tropes associated with Baron Salamander: