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Characters: Suite Pretty Cure ♪
This is the character sheet for Suite Pretty Cure ♪.

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Pretty Cure

    The Original Duo (Melody & Rhythm) 

Tropes associated with both of them:

  • Closed Door Rapport: When Kanade and Hibiki discuss Hibiki's past that caused her to stop playing piano.
  • Dual Wielding: The Belltier Separation divides the Belltiers in two halves, respectively.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Both know each since their childhood and are still good friends, no matter how many times they argue.
  • Kamehame Hadouken: Passionato Harmony. By holding their hands, they can fire a golden beam from them. It becomes stronger with each additional teammate with whom they perform.
  • Shaping Your Attacks: They draw circles when performing their Music Rondos, and hearts when performing their respective Separation attacks.
  • Technicolor Fire: Their attacks Miracle Love Arpeggio and Fantastic Piacere have two colors, respectively, fitting to the colors of the Fairy Tones they use. Miracle Love Arpeggio is pink and orange like Dory and Miry, while Fantastic Piacere is white and yellow like Rery and Fary.
  • This Is Unforgivable: Hibiki and Kanade usually said this before their Transformation Sequence, to the point of Catch Phrase status.
    • Deconstructed when Siren has a Heel-Face Turn. Hibiki and Kanade are so shocked at this and, remembering how many times they had said this, start questioning whether Siren is really unforgivable. The Reveal that all the initial antagonists are brainwashed and the real Big Bad is not truly evil also hammer the point down. By the time of Final Battle, the Cures finally decide that the only way they can have a closure is for both sides to forgive each other.
    • Also Played for Laughs at the end of Episode 2 when Kanade emotionally melts just after shaking Hummy's paw. Kanade herself shouts the line at Hibiki for trying to tell the whole town about this incident as the scene transitions into a Pastel-Chalked Freeze Frame.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Hibiki is the tomboy, and Kanade is the girly girl.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Hibiki and Kanade are a mild version, which is one of the defining differences between them and NagiHono and SakiMai.
  • Watch Where You're Going!: Hibiki and Kanade have managed to crash into each other twice. Once in the beginning of episode 2, which sends them both into a tree, and then again in the beginning of episode 5, smacking their faces together.
  • Wonder Twin Powers: They can only transform together, and half of their powers can only be used together.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Hibiki as Cure Melody and Kanade both have Grade B.

Hibiki Houjou (Cure Melody)

Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu

An energetic jock who loves eating sweets and playing sports. She tends to be bullheaded and act before she thinks, but her heart is generally in the right place. As the series progresses, she rediscovers her love of the piano.


Tropes associated with Hibiki:

  • All-Loving Hero: She develops into this as the series progress. When she understands Cure Muse's inner conflict of fighting and saving her father Mephisto, she indirectly helps her for saving Mephisto. And her empathy for Bassdrum, Baritone and Noise catalyzes their Heel Face Turns.
  • Alliterative Name
  • Bad Bad Acting: Her acting comes off as stiff and overly honest to the point of unnaturalness.
  • Bare Your Midriff: When transformed
  • Big Eater
  • Big Fancy House: Downplayed, but she lives in a fancier house than her teammates.
  • Book Dumb
  • Catch Phrase: "I'm betting my woman's pride on this!" note 
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: In Episode 41, Hibiki, not Melody, jumps at least 10 meters high to catch Fary. And she lands safety afterward. And who was her opponent in catching Fary? The upgraded Bassdrum. After the Eye Catch and the stand-off it's shown that Bassdrum wins.
  • Expy:
    • Hibiki in civilian form looks like a longer-haired, blue-eyed Nagisa, while as Cure Melody she is pretty much the offspring of Papillon Rose and Amulet Heart.
    • Interestingly, Hibiki in civilian form also seems to bear resemblance to Asuka due to her hairstyle, she just doesn't have Asuka's trademark hairclips.
  • Fiery Redhead: As Hibiki.
  • Genki Girl: As per tradition.
  • Girliness Upgrade: An in-universe example. She's gradually moves on from sports to become a pianist as she relearns to love music again. By the end of the series, she's fully focused on music training.
  • Girlish Pigtails: When transformed.
  • Gratuitous English: When foreigners talk to her, she speaks bad English. "OH MY GAH!" (not quoted from Azumanga Daioh)
    "Posto offisu, go storeito [...] ando refto, my gal."
    • Played with in episode 30, after a quizmaster Negatone asked Rhythm and Beat what "shiro" and "ao" means in English ("white" and "blue" respectively), it asks Melody what "pink" means in Japanese.
    "Pinku! ...Ah? N-nihongo?" ("Pink! Ah? J-japanese?")note 
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In the movie, Cure Melody presumably died in hands of Howling.
  • The Heroine: As per tradition, the pink Cure is the main character.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: Knows martial arts, but she's not professional.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name translates to "echo".
  • Plucky Girl
  • Red-Headed Hero
  • The Ojou: Subverted and downplayed. Her personality does not speak for this and she's not that wealthy, but she lives in a wealthier household than her teammates. Her house is fancier and her parents are famous musicians. She's also wealthier than all other lead Pretty Cures.
  • Only Child Syndrome: In contrast to Kanade who has an Annoying Younger Sibling, Hibiki really would like to have a younger sibling, so she wouldn't spend her home time alone.
  • Overly-Long Tongue: While only for one moment, in the first episode, Hibiki is shown to be capable of licking a cake cream on her nose without a help of a hand.
  • Playing with Fire: The heart-shaped Miracle Love Arpeggio.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Hibiki, or rather, Cure Melody. The show is decently balanced normally, but come battle time, Hibiki kills more baddies, gets the Upgrade Artifacts earlier, does all the Rousing Speeches and generally has everything revolve around her. Unsurprising, given she's an expy of Nagisa and Saki, both known for being this as well.
    • In episode 6, she gets her Belltier despite the episode is heavily focused on Kanade. And in episode 41, she is the Cure who saves Fary despite he's supposed to be Cure Rhythm's partner.
  • Sweet Tooth: She loves sweets, and she tends to take Kanade's cakes without her permission.
  • Tomboy
  • Tsurime Eyes
  • When You Coming Home, Dad?: Hibiki spends a lot of time alone, due to her dad's busy teaching schedule and her mother being on tour most of the time.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: As Cure Melody.

Kanade Minamino (Cure Rhythm)

Voiced by: Fumiko Orikasa

An intelligent and cool-headed patissier who works at her family's pastery shop. She becomes incredibly flustered and dreamy when romance is involved, and is short-tempered when dealing with Hibiki.

Tropes associated with Kanade:

    Additional Pretty Cures (Spoilers) 

Siren/Ellen Kurokawa (Cure Beat)

Voiced by: Megumi Toyoguchi

Siren, post-Heel-Face Turn. Free from her jealousy and the influence of the Noise of Evil, her true personality shines through as a headstrong yet socially-awkward girl whose only wish is to make friends. Her ability to shapeshift has been lost, trapping her in human form under the alias of "Ellen Kurokawa". She loves to read books on how to act in certain situations, being unfamiliar with human social conventions.

Tropes associated with Ellen:

  • Adorkable: Ellen has rather poor social skills.
  • Ahoge: As Cure Beat. She can play a power chord on it.
  • Anime Hair: Besides the hair color, the hairstyle is not the problem. Her hair makes guitar noises.
  • Anti-Hero: Type I, at first.
  • The Atoner
  • Badass Boast: "The beat of my heart can't be stopped!"
  • Barrier Warrior: The first member of Team Suite to have Deflector Shields or defensive magic of any sort.
  • Berserk Button: Post-Heel-Face Turn, she is one; harm her in front of Hibiki and/or Kanade, and your life is forfeit.
  • The Big Girl
  • Cat Girl: She is cat (fairy) stucked in a human body.
  • Dark Magical Girl: Starts this way, but becomes progressively less dark as she becomes more accustomed to having friends.
  • Deflector Shields: Beat Barrier, cast by her Lovely Guitar Rod.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: After her Heel-Face Turn and joining the Cures, she less keeps her distance to others. Notable, even before her Face-Heel Turn, she was a bit distant to Hummy and acted more matured, but after becoming friends with Hibiki and Kanade, she becomes more open and honest herself and she behaves more like an actual teenage girl.
  • Ditzy Genius: It comes from naviete rather than any actual ditziness.
  • Expy: Somewhat of one to Setsuna from Fresh Pretty Cure!.
  • Eyes of Gold
  • Face Heel Revolving Door: She switches to the side of Minor Land before the story begins. Her first Heel-Face Turn is denied after Mephisto steps in and re-brainwashes her. But later she gets a true Heel-Face Turn as Cure Beat.
  • Fore Head Of Doom: Both of her forms.
  • Genki Girl: After her Heel-Face Turn.
  • Genre Savvy: Has a surprising amount of genre-vision for someone so clueless about how the world works.
  • Good Costume Switch: Ellen gets different clothes after her Heel-Face Turn, but they don't look that much different than her "evil" clothes.
  • Guile Hero: Pretends a Face-Heel Turn to trick the Trio the Minor into a trap.
  • Hair Decorations: Prior to her Heel-Face Turn, her human form was distinguished by a clef-shaped hair pin. Since becoming Cure Beat, she's apparently replaced it with a yellow scrunchy.
  • I Choose to Stay: Along with Hummy, Ako and the Fairy Tones in the finale.
  • I Have Many Names: She's Siren in her cat form, Ellen in her human form, and Cure Beat in her Cure form. Yet even after she permanently becomes human, Hummy, Trio the Minor, and Mephisto still call her Siren (and she doesn't seem to mind).
  • Instrument of Murder: The Love Guitar Rod, which not only has a trigger (which was probably pulled straight off of Raising Heart) for shooting Tone Rings but is also distinctly shaped like a battle-axe in its Soul Rod state.
  • It Amused Me: Her reaction to the Plot-Mandated Friendship Failure in episode 25. Ellen immediately sees through Trio the Minor's attempts to make the situation worse and plays along with them just for the hell of it.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Siren/Ellen is a Precure?
  • Musical Assassin: Where Rhythm and Melody get magic rods that they wave around like conductor's batons, Beat gets the Love Guitar Rod, a magical guitar that turns into an ax and shoots exploding Tone Rings of death and destruction.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Since adjusting to living life as a human, she's been rather impressionable and clueless about everyday life. Examples include believing she needs to prepare for a mountain expedition to go hiking, and how she intends to introduce herself once she starts attending school...
  • Power of Rock: Cure Beat's Love Guitar Rod.
  • Plot-Mandated Friendship Failure: In episode 25, after Hibiki and Kanade's prank scares the shit out of her. It appears to get worse when Trio the Minor use the same prank to further deepen the already-healing rift between her and her two friends. It turns out Ellen knew what was going on and played along in order to troll the Trio.
  • Plucky Girl
  • Redemption Equals Death: Surprisingly averted. The real price of Siren's change of heart is being put in a Shapeshifter Mode Lock.
  • Sixth Ranger: Is the third Precure to join the team.
  • Shapeshifter Mode Lock: She lost the ability to shapeshift after her pendant broke, trapping her in human form.
  • The Smart Girl: Being good at school like Kanade and of course she was a smart villain before. She has pretented to come back to Minor Land, but she tricked the Trio the Minor. She shares the role with Kanade and Ako.
  • Spam Attack: Her Beat Sonic, an attack with that she spams energy in form of eighth notes.
  • Spell My Name with an S: Seiren is Greek for "siren" and is the standard term for that creature in Japan, but since many English-speaking fans only know the word "siren" her name is usually rendered as "Siren" by the English fanbase.
    • Almost everyone assumed that her human alter-ego's name was "Ellen", but all official sources (including merchandise and the show itself) romanise her name as "Eren", which is a normal Japanese name, but the katakana spelling made it plausible that "Ellen" was the intended spelling. Never the less, "Ellen" is too well-established amongst the English fanbase for it to change.
  • Took A Level In Cheerfulness
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Subverted with Hummy. After Siren's Heel-Face Turn, they barely argue anymore.
  • Why Did It Have To Be Ghosts?
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has indigo hair as Ellen, while it is lavender as Cure Beat.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Featured in her first outfit as Ellen, which she retains after her Good Costume Switch. She also has this in Cure form, albeit with thigh high boots rather than stockings.

Ako Shirabe (Cure Muse)

Voiced by: Rumi Ookubo

The princess of Major Land, after revealing herself as the masked Cure Muse. By far the most serious and pragmatic of the four Pretty Cures, her outward determination hides her emotional fragility in the face of the threat against her family. She can be incredibly blunt when criticising others.

Tropes associated with Ako:

    Masked Cure Muse 

Cure Muse

Voiced by: Mayu Kudou (as Dodory)

A mysterious masked warrior. She shows up on occasion to aid the Pretty Cure in protecting the innocent, but claims neutrality in the battle between them and Minor Land. She does not speak, instead allowing her Fairy Tone Dodory to speak on her behalf. She is later revealed to be Ako Shirabe, having taken up the disguise because she could not bear to fight her father- the Brainwashed and Crazy Mephisto- directly.

Tropes associated with Cure Muse:

  • Aloof Ally: She helps the Precures, but claims that she is not of anyone's side. And she never finishes the Monsters of the Week of.
  • Badass Cape: Can use it for defensive purpose.
  • Cat Suit: How her black outfit looks like.
  • Cool Mask: Of course, it conceals her identity.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: The black costume conceals her true color theme.
  • Dark Magical Girl: She is not evil, but she is not exactly on the side of the Precures. While she helps them and other people, she never defeats any Monster of the Week, mostly because she is afraid to face her Brainwashed and Crazy father, Mephisto.
  • I Have the High Ground: How she is introduced. And she does this a couple of times again.
  • I Was Just Passing Through: Her excuse to help the Precure.
  • Heroic BSOD:
    • After she protects Mephisto from the Precures and he flees with all of the Notes, she feels guilty about it.
    • Actually, her whole masquerade is based of a big Heroic BSOD.
  • Musical Assassin: Can attack and create barriers with a piano of energy.
  • Mysterious Protector: It takes around 24 episodes since her introduction to find out about her identity.
  • Older Alter Ego: Cure Muse may seem to be this to the significantly-shorter Ako... but as it turns out, Ako was just wearing platform boots.
  • Roof Hopping: Mostly because of her I Have the High Ground trope.
  • The Stoic: To conceal her identity, she barely shows emotions.
  • The Voiceless: She lets Dodory talking for her. Cure Muse voice would reveal that she is actually still a child and that she's Ako. That's why she never makes a single noise until episode 35.
  • You Shall Not Pass: Pulls this when the Pretty Cure attempt to attack Mephisto directly. Unfortunately, it backfires after Mephisto uses the distraction to flee with all of the Notes.

    Allies 

Hummy

Voiced by: Kotono Mitsuishi

A Songstress of Major Land. Hummy is sincere, simple-minded, and relentlessly optimistic.

Tropes associated with Hummy:


Fairy Tones

Voiced by: Mayu Kudou

The Precures' partners and the key to their transformation. Dory, Rery, and Lary are used for transformation into Cure Melody, Rhythm, and Beat respectively, while Miry, Fary, and Sory are used along with them for special attacks. Tiry serves as leader, and Dodori, the previously missing Fairy Tone, serves as the "voice" of Cure Muse; Tiry and Dodori are used for Cure Muse's special attacks and transformation, respectively.

Tropes associated with the Fairy Tones:

  • Badass Armfold: Parodied. They invokes this in episode 16, but Fary arms are too short and he's the only one to fail.
  • Blush Sticker
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Dory, Rery, and Lary all match their respective Precures' color-schemes when transformed.
  • Damsel in Distress: The Fairy Tones sometimes are captured in several occasions, but in most cases, they manage to save themselves in the end.
    • Fary is captivated in a Negatone in Episode 41.
  • Doppelgänger Attack: Parodied. Fary uses this to confuse Trio the Minor. But his doppelgängers are just the other seven Fairy Tones, painted in yellow. And then, thousands of Fary toys appear in the town.
  • The Fairy Tones Raise You: Just watch their everyday activities from behind the screen of the usual Cures shenanigans. Not only they take a really good care of Hibiki's and Hummy's routines without them knowing and have a disciplined schedule, when several of them got captured and had their notes extracted from them, they saved themselves just to not worry their charges.
  • Flight: They can fly; justified by their size.
  • Fusion Dance: When the Crescendo Tone got sealed along with Otokichi in a stone, they fuse into another Crescendo Tone and grant the Cures their Super Mode.
  • Hyper Competent Sidekick: Compared to Hummy.
  • Japanese Pronouns: They use "boku", a pronoun usually used by young males.
  • The Lancer: Sory.
  • The Leader: Tiry
  • Musical Theme Naming: Named after the "musical syllables" used in the modern solfège. Dodory is named as such because he's the higher "do", and not the first, like Dory is.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critters
  • Sarcastic Devotee: Occasionally. Hummy is supposed to be in charge of them, but the Fairy Tones have no problem pointing out her screw-ups, such as when she belatedly noticed that one Fairy Tone (Dodory) had been missing all along.
    Sory: "Once you see a cupcake, you'll be up and running again."
  • Sixth Ranger: Dodory.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Fary in Episode 41.
    Fary: "I'm the strongest and smartest of all Fairy Tones, fa-fa." (Trio the Minor appears) "Fa! The Trio, fa-fa!" (hides behind Rery)
  • The Smart Guy: Sory.
  • Transformation Trinkets
  • Verbal Tic: Whatever their designated note is, e.g. "La-la" or "Do-do."
  • Wingding Eyes: Dodory is the only one of the eight that has stars in his eyes.

Crescendo Tone

Voiced by: Kumiko Nishihara

The Fairy of Sound who gave birth to all the sounds in this world. The other Fairy Tones were born from her. She usually resides inside the Healing Chest that was found in the dark forest.

Tropes associated with Crescendo Tone:


Aphrodite

Voiced by: Noriko Hidaka

The Queen of Major Land. Wife of Mephisto, mother of Ako, and daughter of Otokichi.

Tropes associated with Aphrodite:


Otokichi Shirabe

Voiced by: Keiichi Sonobe

The mysterious tuner of Kanon Town, who is working on a large organ. The previous King of Major Land, father of Aphrodite, and grandfather of Ako. Long ago fought and sealed away Noise.

Tropes associated with Otokichi:

Minor Land

    Mephisto 

Mephisto

Voiced by: Kenyū Horiuchi

The King of Minor Land, a dark opposite to Major Land. His goal is to create the Melody of Sorrow, which would plunge the world into an endless despair. He is actually the missing king of Major Land, who was brainwashed by the evil power of Noise. He is later cured by the Pretty Cures and returns to Major Land.

Tropes associated with Mephisto:

    Siren 

Siren

Voiced by: Megumi Toyoguchi

Mephisto's second-in-command. A former Songstress of Major Land, she defected to Minor Land after Hummy was chosen over her to sing the Melody of Happiness. She is incredibly vain and prissy, and possesses the ability to shapeshift at will, often taking the form of a human girl called "Ellen". She later pulls a Heel-Face Turn and becomes Cure Beat, who is covered in the Pretty Cure section.

Tropes associated with Siren:

  • Always Someone Better: The reason for her Face-Heel Turn before the series.
  • Badass Longcoat: As Ellen.
  • Becoming the Mask: Face-plants into this trope hard when disguising herself as Sakura, Hibiki's ideal "best friend".
  • Broken Pedestal: To Hummy; however, Hummy subverts the usual way this trope works by never giving up on her.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Thanks to the Noise of Evil.
  • Cats Are Mean: What do you expect of a villain who is cat (fairy)?
  • Cat Girl: As Ellen, even though Ellen has not feline characteristics.
  • Dark Is Evil: She is the black cat to the white Hummy. Subverted, she was just brainwashed.
  • The Dragon: To Mephisto.
  • Enigmatic Minion: Strays into this territory after she starts to fall out of favour with Mephisto, right around the time that Cure Muse first shows up. It's a Red Herring, and the "Siren is Cure Muse" theory is quickly investigated and disproved by the other characters.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Hummy.
  • Evil Former Friend: She and Hummy used to be the best of friends before her envy overcame her and she switched sides.
  • Eyes of Gold
  • Fore Head Of Doom: As Ellen.
  • Heel-Face Revolving Door: Mephisto brainwashs her again before she undergoes a Heel-Face Turn in Episode 13.
  • Heel-Face Turn: Two episode after becoming Cure Beat.
  • Meganekko: As Youko Yamaguchi in episode 4 and Sakura Houjou in episode 8.
  • The Mole: She tries it several times, but in the end, she always fails.
  • Morphic Resonance: Whenever she shape-shifts, she's always wearing a very unique-looking charm around her neck. By the time Hibiki and Kanade notice this, it's too late to be of any use: she pulls a Heel-Face Turn and loses her shapeshifting ability shortly thereafter.
    • Also, her voice is still hers, even if it varies. However, if she knows the voice of someone she immitates, she copies his/her (always her) voice, too.
  • More Than Mind Control: The Noise of Evil amplified her own insecurities and jealousy towards Hummy.
  • Musical Assassin: She can create Negatones with her voice, and generate explosive projectiles shaped like musical notes.
  • Name's the Same: In-Universe example and invoked, when Siren creates an alias with the name Sakura Houjou to become closer with Hibiki.
  • Noblewoman's Laugh: And a pretty impressive one, as far as cats go.
  • Not so Above It All: Wears an utterly ridiculous outfit in an early episode, which was pretty counter-intuitive to her mannerisms beforehand. (She claims that it was a special case because the plan was for her to get onto television.)
  • Not What It Looks Like: In episode 15, when Hibiki and Kanade discover Ouji passed out... on top of Siren. Naturally, Kanade flips the hell out.
  • Overt Operative: Takes approximately two seconds from introducing herself under her "Ellen" alias to reveal her true identity as "Siren", and is referred to as such from then on.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: She was once Hummy's kind friend and she even helped her to become the songstress of Major Land. But since she joined Minor Land, she isn't nice anymore. In fact, she's brainwashed by Mephisto and she becomes more a jerk whenever she listens to the the Noise of Evil.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Hummy, despite Siren already broke their friendship.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: With her necklace, she can transform into any human (or at least into female).
  • You Gotta Have Indigo Hair: As Ellen.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Featured as Ellen.

    Trio The Minor 

Tropes associated with the Trio the Minor:

  • Brainwashed and Crazy: They were once the heroic "Three Musketeers of Major Land" before being corrupted by Mephisto and the Noise of Evil, with Falsetto getting the worst influence.
  • Characterization Marches On: They were Siren's singing Sidekicks for the first eight episodes, but then each of them get more personality during the course of the series, starting with Bassdrum being The Starscream to Siren.
  • The Dragon: Each of them becomes the leader of the Trio after Siren's Heel-Face Turn. For more, see their individual entries.
  • Flight: Averted. Despite it's a common Pretty Cure villain ability, they (and Siren) can't fly. Only with a flying tandem bike or something similar they are able to fly.
  • Heel-Face Turn: After Noise's defeat, all three of them are back and normal again. Before that, Bassdrum and Baritone also betrayed Noise and helps the Precures in the final battle after Mephisto absorbed most of their evil energy.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: In episode 26, Mephisto gives them new powers before they become more incompetent. And then in the end of episode 36 and in the beginning of episode 37, Falsetto gets more of Noise's power, while Bassdrum and Baritone gets their Baleful Polymorph by Falsetto.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Trio the Minor. After several episodes of standing in the background and acting as Siren's wacky sidekicks, the three are revealed to have gathered a good deal of notes on their own, whereas Siren has yet to gather even one. Starting in episode 11, Bassdrum takes Siren's leadership position after Mephisto demotes her and immediately stages a trap that came much closer to defeating the Cures than any of Siren's plans ever had. Later in the series after their Mid-Season Upgrade they also succeed in suckering the Cures and stealing all of their notes save for the one they got from that episode's Negatone.
    • Then it turns out any one of them can become the next King of Minor Land should Noise deem it so.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Their disguises are very poor. They often work, but sometimes not.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: Along with Siren. The trio get their own quirks after Characterization Marches On.
  • Sidekicks: To Siren until her Heel-Face Turn.
  • Super Senses: Each of them get better sense after being upgraded by Mephisto. For more, see their individual entries.
  • Terrible Trio: They are always together. The only time when they aren't together is in the Grand Finale, after Bassdrum and Baritone's powers are degraded by the unbrainwashed Mephisto, and Falsetto being the only companion to Noise.
  • Those Two Guys: Depending of who is the leader, the remaining two are these.
  • Villain Teleportation: A common villain ability.
  • Villains Out Shopping: In episode 26, Mephisto is very annoyed to discover Trio the Minor chilling out at the beach. Baritone even built a sandcastle.

Bassdrum

Voiced by: Atsushi Ono


Tropes associated with Bassdrum:


Baritone

Voiced by: Youhei Oobayashi


Tropes associated with Baritone:


Falsetto

Voiced by: Tooru Nara


Tropes associated with Falsetto:

  • Bad Boss: After becoming the leader, he treats them worse than Mephisto ever did, he transform them into monsters without their agreement, and he electrocutes them unnecessarily. He's so bad that Bassdrum and Baritone helps the Precures sometimes.
  • Butt Monkey: Before her Heel-Face Turn, Siren would take her frustrations out on Falsetto by clawing out his hair.
    • The Dog Bites Back: Starts beating up Ellen, the other Cures, AND the rest of the Trio with shocking regularity.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: Well, he's not exactly cute, but he's fairly mundane compared to Bassdrum and Baritone... and his voice is the most high pitched and shrill out of the entire trio.
  • The Dragon: To Noise, the real Big Bad.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Uses "boku", but after he becomes the dragon he uses "ore" and "oresama".
  • Kamehame Hadouken: Can fires energy beams and energy spheres.
  • Knight of Cerebus: See Not-So-Harmless Villain.
  • Malevolent Masked Men: Gets a mask that is basically half a bird's black skull after his true agenda is revealed.
  • Man Child: Acts the most outright childish of the Trio.
  • The Mole: Among the bad guys, to Noise, the series' actual Big Bad.
  • No Sell: To two Music Rondos plus Heartful Beat Rock plus Sparkling Shower. To Passionate Harmony (trio version). And to Suite Session Ensemble Crescendo.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: The most dimwitted and overall nicest member of Trio de Minor was in fact the Dragon to Noise, the series Big Bad. And he is very cruel and has extreme methodes, he even succeeds to complete the Melody of Sorrow.
  • Power Makes Your Hair Grow: His final upgrade.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: He appears to be the most childish of the trio and less treatening than the two. Then he turns out to be more cruel and violent than them, Siren and Mephisto.
  • Shock and Awe: After his final upgrade.
  • Super Senses: After the Trio gets their power up, Falsetto gets the ability to hear Notes from great distances.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Once Falsetto takes over the bad guys, he means business. Not only is he more effective than Mephisto ever was, but he does things like order Bassdrum and Baritone to kill Aphrodite when they are holding her hostage. That's not to mention how he repeatedly abuses them, and though that's often played for laughs, the final timenote  most certainly isn't.
  • Whip It Good: Gains the ability to create a purple energy whip from his palm.
    • Then he wields a real one in the form of a cat-o-nine-tails later on.

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Noise

Voiced by: Ryūsei Nakao


Tropes associated with Noise:

  • And Then What?: Subverted. Noise is fully aware that his "utopia" will cause him to disappear, and is quite fine with that. See "Death Seeker" below.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Of humanity's sorrow.
  • The Assimilator: First, he absorbs Falsetto to heal his wounds from his battle against the Precure. Then he tries to absorb the Precures, but Bassdrum and Baritone sacrifice themselves, resulting Noise's final transformation.
  • Bad Boss: He absorbs Falsetto, his most loyal subordinate because he was noisy.
  • Big Bad: The one pulling all the strings.
  • Bigger Bad: His is first mentioned in the end of episode 36 and becomes the Big Bad afterwards.
  • Bishonen Line: Goes from a tiny bird to a gigantic bird monster to a birdlike humanoid.
  • Breath Weapon: He can fires beams or energy breaths from his mouth. Even in his humanoid form.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: That skeletal bird thing that's seen when Negatones transform? That's the first hint of Noise's existence.
  • Cute Is Evil: As Pii-chan.
  • Dark Is Evil: Played straight. After his Heel-Face Turn and being reborn as Pii-chan again, his black feathers become white.
  • Death Seeker: The utopia he seeks to create will ultimately lead to him disappearing as well, allowing him to finally escape his own sorrow.
  • Eldritch Abomination: He is not just an evil bird. He's the personification of sorrow and sadness.
  • Emotion Eater: Feeds off of sadness to grow even more powerful. That's because he is sadness.
  • Evil Laugh: GYAHAHAHAHAHA!
  • Expy: With his humanoid form, he has been drawing comparisons to Ravemon.
  • Feathered Fiend: The Big Bad is an evil bird.
  • Go Out with a Smile: When the Precures reach him in his dying moment.
  • Grey and Gray Morality: Noise, the so-called ultimate evil, is actually a personification of sorrow that people made as a scapegoat of their sadness. He being said as 'evil' by people of Major Land is a form of Fantastic Racism and he ends up so bitter and angry at this that he would rather die himself. Too bad that the only way for him to die is for other people, in all but name, to die too.
  • Heel-Face Turn: When he is defeated by the Precures and is reborn again as Pii-chan.
  • Kamehame Hadouken: He's not a normal bird and has hands, being able to fire massive beams with them.
  • The Mole: Posed as "Pii-chan" to get close to the Precure so he could steal the notes they collected.
  • Orcus on His Throne: Averted hard, well he doesn't actually need a throne. Noise is possibly the most active Big Bad in the entire franchise.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: In episode 39, "Pii-chan's" eyes glow red as his connection to Noise is revealed.
  • Sad Clown: Not really a clown, per se, but it's revealed that Noise, the so-called over the top villain and source of sorrow and despair, is actually quite sorrowful himself, and believes he's creating a utopia by removing music, and thus the feeling it creates, from the world.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: He was sealed in a stone by Otokichi and Crescendo Tone.
  • Sleep Mode Size: The form of a tiny bird named Pii-chan, who tried to get close to Ako by pretending to be hurt.
  • Straw Nihilist: His reasoning for why he wants to destroy all sound is because sound is a source sorrow as well as that happiness can't last and will turn into sorrow anyway.
  • Taken for Granite: His scream turns people into stone.
  • Team Pet: After being reborn as Pii-chan again, he becomes the second Team Pet after Hummy.
  • Utopia Justifies the Means: Believes that removing sound and feeling from the world will create a utopia.

Other Characters

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Souta Minamino

Voiced by: Yumiko Kobayashi

Kanade's annoying younger brother, who is also Ako's friend.

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Waon Nishijima

Voiced by: Yuuko Gibu

A second year student and Hibiki's friend who also appears to be on the same team as Hibiki in many sports, mostly in soccer.

Tropes associated with Waon:


Seika Higashiyama

Voiced by: Youko Ninshino

A third year student, the Club President of the Sweets Club and Kanade's senpai. Also known as the "Princess of Sweets".

Tropes associated with Seika:


Masamune Ouji

Voiced by: Hisafumi Oda

A third year student, school idol, and the leader of the group called the "Musical Princes". He's popular with girly, particularly with Kanade and Siren/Ellen have a crush on him.

Tropes associated with Ouji:

Movie Characters

    Movie Characters 

Howling

Voiced by: Tessho Genda

The Big Bad of the movie and an underling of Noise.

Tropes associated with Howling:


Trio de Major

Voiced by: Kouichi Toochika (Sharp), Junichi Kanemaru (Natural), Mitsuaki Madono (Flat)

They are Howling's lackeys and resemble the Trio the Minor. The members are Sharp, Natural and Flat. During the movie, Sharp fights Cure Melody, Natural fights Cure Rhythm, and Flat fights Cure Beat.

Tropes associated with Trio de Major.


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