Rhythmic Pretty Cure is a Curefic by Ryanasaurus0077 with a rhythmic gymnastics thematic. It premiered on March 7, 2014, and episodes will be posted on Wikidot and can be read here.A character sheet can be found here.
Custom Uniform: Played straight with the rhythmic gymnastics side of Altair Private Academy; the only thing all the uniforms have in common are classical pink (theatrical pink for exhibitions and competitions) tights and pink ballerina shoes. Generally averted with the general education side and American football side uniforms.
Dance Battler: Given the stylistic origins of rhythmic gymnastics, this is pretty much a given.
Depending on the Writer: Various things will vary between episodes depending on who's the episode director and/or screenwriter.
Dragged into Drag: Hitomi, who lost a bet and has to attend the all-female rhythmic gymnastics side of Altair Private Academy as a result.
Drill Sergeant Nasty: Eric Napier, the Cures' rhythmic gymnastics coach and a retired drill sergeant. It helps that his English voice actor happens to be R. Lee Ermey.
Naginatas Are Feminine: Following his first fight against the Nightmare Beauties, Hitomi decides to take up spear martial arts. Guess which spear he uses?
Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The karate uniforms at Hitomi and Tsumugi's karate class, and also the ballet uniforms at the dance academy Saeko goes to on Wednesdays and Hiroyuki goes to on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Playboy Bunny: In episode 7, Hitomi, Tsumugi, and Saeko all wear this costume; however, whereas Hitomi's and Saeko's outfits are of the more traditional variety, Tsumugi instead goes for a button-up corset and red shorts with an attached cottontail.
Plot Hole: As a rule, any that appears will be explained within a few episodes. For example, in episode 1, Cure Twirl inexplicably attempts to use a ribbon other than his Graceful Ribbon on the Monster of the Week with next to no effect. In episode 3, Cure Clubs summons a ribbon from Hammerspace, and it's shortly explained that all the Cures have the complete rhythmic gymnastics apparatus arsenal at their disposal besides the weapons with which they use their respective Signature Attacks (which correspond with the apparatus they represent).
Real Men Wear Pink: Hitomi is only the most obvious example, being a karateka who's also a rhythmic gymnast and who abuses She-Fu to hell and back simply because he Wouldn't Hit a Girl. Also, Tsumugi's younger brother Hiroyuki is both one of the best players on his school's American football squad and a ballet student with several years of experience.
Stock Footage: In episode 2, when Cure Clubs tells the Monster of the Week, "I'll punish you!", the animation is basically a redraw of a certain Trope Naming sequence from a certain famous Magical Girl anime; though the costume design is decidedly different here, the character design is only slightly so considering who Tsumugi/Cure Clubs resembles, and the only difference in the animation is that her mouth doesn't move until it gets to the part where she says, "I'll punish you!"
Wouldn't Hit a Girl: Hitomi is understandably a bit hesitant to counter when the first baddie to attack is a Femme Fatale. Although, Tsumugi encourages him to pull no punches when they spar in karate matches.