Emiru Omemi: It's jolly good of you to show up here, James. I saw other Cures here as well and figured there'd be at least one of you who's a boy. The other chap here is Hisato, who was better behaved around you than Tessalia and Izayoi were. Off we go, then, to the local hotel in Isuten.
Though the speech is out of character, at least the spelling contains Fridge Brilliance: Blue Moon author Jisu is Canadian, and thus, Blue Moon itself is riddled with what Americans would call "extra" U's.
Gunslinger (Shugo/Cure Hendrix really knows how to pack a pistol, leading Kane and Emiru to admire her gunslinging abilities and wonder why even back when they were villains they weren't able to wield such powerful weapons)
Name's the Same/One Sakura Limit (The Full Color and Heavy Metal girls, especially Aki/Cure Autumn, are confused when both their Sakuras are together. For example:)
Aki Kazeno: Sakura! Sakura Cobain: Yes? Aki Kazeno: Not you! The OTHER Sakura!
Not So Different (Rare wholesome example: The BwGPC Cures, save for Hisato/Cure Esquirol, believe James/Cure Genesis to be suspicious at first due to his armor, but Genesis manages to set them straight in the end. The rest of the Cures find nothing wrong with Genesis from the start, with Genesis making the occasional remark that all Cures are equal)
What the Hell, Hero? (Emiru uses a Trance Lock on Cures Frosch and Pingu to pit them against monsters resembling the Zetsobana attacking Cure Genesis so they'd know who the real enemy is and later apologizes to Genesis for the two Cures' aggressive behavior toward him)
Emiru Omemi: You'll have to excuse Cures Frosch and Pingu. They're too suspicious around that type of armour and would've dented it within a second had I not put them in illusion worlds and sicced on them creatures that resembled those that you were fighting.
Pretty Cure All Stars 3D 2: Spark of Metal on the Rebound contains examples of:
The Bet (Yasu and Haruki participate in a Loser Wears A Dress contest involving a go-kart race track. Fortunately for Yasu, she wins, which not even she could predict, and Haruki once again finds himself Dragged into Drag. Yasu admits that that was her first — and hopefully only — go at the Loser Wears A Dress bet. Beginner's Luck, anyone?)
Bifauxnen (Traditional ones in Shugo and Shun, as well as a subversion in Yasu)
Distressed Damsel (Some of the Cures, including, ironically enough, Cures Hendrix and Tora, become one at least once)
Evil Overlord List (Rule #7 comes in play again when Cure Hendrix is being held captive by a lesser terrorist. When she asks him the exact question, "Look, before you kill me, will you at least tell me what this is all about?", he shoots her between the eyes and says, "No." Unfortunately for him all Cures are Made of Iron, so the bullet is rendered a dud, and Hendrix turns the tables on him.)
And then Rule #13 comes in play when the Cures reach the terrorist lair toward the end. Cure Tora is tied up, loaded into a cardboard coffin, and loaded into a metal oven (kinda like the one seen during a flashback at the start of Avatar), all while she's yelling, "STOP IT! PLEASE! I DON'T WANT TO DIE AGAIN! HARUKI! GET THOSE CREEPY BUGGERS AWAY FROM ME!" Then one terrorist pushes a button, and flames shoot at the coffin. Cure Phoenix, upon hearing his sister's cries for help, flips out, lashes out at the terrorists, and pulls her out of the oven before the flames can do any damage.
Precision F-Strike (In an otherwise PG-rated fic, Cure Hendrix drops the F bomb uncensored:)
Terrorist leader: Any last words? Cure Hendrix: Yippie-ki-yay, motherfucker. [Cure Hendrix puts a bullet between his eyes]
Real Women Never Wear Dresses (Shugo, at least in the movies — including this one — as well as Yasu and Shun are never seen wearing so much as a skirt — unless you count tunics, which are part of Yasu and Haruki's modified boys' uniforms as well as Licht Panzer's costume)
Thou Shalt Not Kill (What Shugo usually believes. However, there are times when she threatened to make exceptions of criminals, including the bank robbers at the start and the leader of the terrorists that had sieged the anything pub she and the rest of the group was enjoying themselves in. For example, after the attempted murder of Cure Tora, she has this to say:)
Cure Hendrix: I don't pass sentence. That's for the courts to decide. But this time... this time... I am sorely tempted to do the job myself.
At the start of the film, Cure Spinne confronts her for the extremist activity she had just witnessed, and they wind up fighting each other;
During the first strike against the terrorists, Cure Tora calls her out for blowing a terrorist's head off ("Dost thou honestly believe that killing is the appropriate response to all dangerous crime?");
Before escaping with his men, the terrorist leader says, "We could use the likes of you, who has slain several of my men with your gun." Then she briefly — and, unbelievably, seriously — considers a full Face-Heel Turn, which leads to Lady Rainbow yelling at her ("I can't believe you'd actually consider defecting to their side just because of what that blasted villain said!")... before invoking her own tenure as a villain (i.e. back when she was still Belldandy) and her own death at the hands of Furyze, calming down in the process, and reminding her just how many friends she had made as a Cure, even outside the Tri-Cities.
Pretty Cure All Stars 3D 3: Hollywood Field Trip contains examples of:
Ascended Extra (The rest of Vanilla Stardust have bigger roles here, and Cure Dawn, Devance, and Mekuramast make their All Stars debuts here.)
Defictionalization (Somewhat. A setlist has been constructed for a concert film called The Lovely and Wild Angels and Vanilla Stardust Live in Montreal.)
Dragged into Drag (It seems there isn't anywhere Haruki can be featured without being put in a skirt; this time, his own sister stuffs him into a cosplay of Princess Peach Toadstool in one scene early in the film.)
Haruki: Take a hint from Nanami, much? You weren't even provoked! Yasu: I had to do it at some point in this film; I just had a perverted thought in my mind at the moment. Haruki: But why dress me up as Princess Peach? Yasu: Because it reminds me of a game I played on the NES in my youth—and no points for guessing the game I had in mind, people! Haruki: No, really! Yasu: All right, I'll tell you. Nanami stuffed the costume into the Mirai gang's baggage, and someone had to wear it, so I figured you should be the one to wear it.
Even Evil Has Standards (It may be more of a protective stance, but after seeing Cure Western torture Kuroimetaru endlessly and not hearing anybody call her out on her callous behavior, Lady Marilyn gets up and punches Western so hard she's sent flying backwards a VERY long distance.)
Lady Marilyn: That'll teach you about being sadistic!
Evil Laugh (Cure Western gets one as she tortures the zombified Kuroimetaru. Cure Kame lampshades this:)
Cure Kame: Lina, you sound like a villain. Cure Nirvana: You said it. She's seen too much clips of The Joker from those animated TV shows.
Great Balls Of Fire (Ayameko nearly got roasted alive during the Montreal concert when a phosphorous column she was standing over erupted in flames. Fortunately, she jumped back just in time to avoid the deadly flame.)
Non-Serial Movie (Averted; this film takes place during the Lovely and Wild Angels/Vanilla Stardust Stadium Tour, as revealed by Ayameko. At least one show is described in detail, with said show almost becoming a repeat of one Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour show in the same city—Montreal—when Ayameko barely avoided a similar accident to what James Hetfield actually did go through.)
Lina: What the kriff are zombies doing here in Tinseltown? Sakura: We don't say the Z word!
The Other Darrin (Shugo, Lina, and Yasu are all voiced by Emma Watson in the English dub. They're not the only ones, though; Chris Rankin is the voice of Devance here, and he does a spot-on impersonation of Clint Eastwood.)
Precision F-Strike (This time, Lina's mouth is clean... most of the time. The few times she does swear, you'll know she means it. The most serious incident is when she gets punched in the gut by a zombie.)
Cure Western: That's it! You're in for a hail of fucking gunfire!
Shout Out (Like James Hetfield, Ayameko had an incident with pyrotechnics during a show in Montreal. Unlike Hetfield, Ayameko managed to jump backwards just in time to avoid being incinerated. She thought she'd mention it, since it happened the month before her band, Vanilla Stardust, and the Lovely and Wild Angels arrived in Los Angeles.)
Also, when Yasu gives her reason for dressing her kid brother up as Princess Peach, Lina remarks, "At least it didn't remind you of something from LJN."
Hope Spot (Here the Miracle Lights have an opposite effect and make Black Hole, not the Cures, stronger. This is soon followed by Black Hole brutally murdering the Cures until they're nothing but broken-down corpses lying on a pool of blood. They would have stayed dead if it wasn't for the mascots and Cure Destiny's intervention.)
Idol Singer (While not an actual idol, Moe did release a hit song (actually a cover of The Cardigans' "Love Fool") in-universe under the alias of Saclanbo. Chowa from episode 6 also strives to be this.)
Japanese Honorifics (Mei tags everyone's names with one of these (notably "Eden-nee"), even if in certain cases they aren't even ordinary honorifics, like "-kisama" which she uses for the villains with the notable exception of Senritsu whom she calls "Ritsu-kun".)
Meaningful Name (Eden; her first name alludes to the Garden of Eden (she came from the Pretty Cure Garden); her last name, Alistair, means "man's defender". Also counts as a Tomboyish Name because Alistair is more commonly used for males.)
Pink Means Feminine (Girly girl Mei has to wear at least one pink piece of clothing, even if barely noticeable, all the time, no matter the circumstances. When it seems like she isn't, look closely: her underwear ís pink too.)
Premiseville (The first three continuities' previously-unnamed settings are finally given names.)
There is a place, like no place on Earth, where everything is peaceful, creatures never before witnessed by the human eye roam freely, and magic is everywhere. Of course, I’m not talking about Equestria, but about the Pretty Cure Garden...
The Western (Episode 8 fits this to a T, complete with Eden as The Sheriff (white hat and all), Noboru as her "trusty" stallion (much to his chagrin), Mei as a dance hall girl who becomes Eden's sidekick during the course of the episode, and the Iwates as outlaws.)
Expy (Given how much the fanfic is similar to Hurricane Touchdown, Diana is naturally this to Wallace/Willis, though she does have her differences. For one, she's a tad more antisocial, and her backstory is a tad different.)
Also, mostly because of the hairstyle, her alter ego Cure Hyperion unintendedly resembles Cure Sapote, another one of the author's characters.
Balance Between Good and Evil: The main tag line of the story. The entire premise is based on this trope. Astonishingly, while the trope serves as base for the premise, there is no sign of there being any actual evil aside from The Exile, which is just a system.