Why does The High Queen send Majo Rin to investigate the Wizard World after Yuki runs into Oyajide during Sharp? It doesn't make sense why her majesty would have her right hand attendant do this until you realize that Yuki isThe High Queen in disguise!
Why is the Big Bad able to curse Hana into hating vegetables? Wouldn't that be forbidden magic and therefore cause her to fall into a deep slumber? And then you find out she really is in a deep slumber in the first place from another curse.
Until you take into account that she is in a slumber and has been that way for centuries. It also proves just how powerful she is when she continues being a threat even while suffering from the punishment.
Doremi came up with the "Pretty Witchi [Ojamajo's Name]-chi!" right after she first transformed. Majo Rika implied that the phrase had never been heard before given her reaction. Fast forward when Onpu transforms once and we hear her saying "Pretty Witchi Onpu-chi!". In her case, it's justified since Majo Ruka likely told her about it. Fast forward to Motto and we see that Momoko says it too. It can stump people, but then you realize that the girls who made it had done a lot for the Witches by then and likely inspired many other Witches to say it occasionally along with their apprentices (if any). In short: In-UniverseMemetic Mutation!
Every Witch gets a Fairy, right? So where are the Fairies of the other Witches? Especially the Fairies of those who're already dead?!
Maybe they stay hidden if they're around people their Witches don't know well?
Jossed, sort of. Episode 50 of Dokkan did mention that fairies are placed in containment for the next apprentice to take them. This leads to a bit more Fridge Horror though, as well as some Fridge Tear Jerker.
In Season 1 Episode 18, Hazuki uses healing magic to heal a bunny she gave to a friend. The bunny's injuries were severe and the only thing stopping Hazuki from suffering the same fate was the Queen of the Witch World using her magic to soften the blow in exchange for Hazuki losing her magic for some time. Since it's been established that healing magic transfers the injuries to the caster and the bunny's injuries were life threatening, where did the rest of the injuries go?
Injuries that are life-threatening to a little bunny might be so minor as to be unnoticeable to a human.
It was mentioned by Majo Rika In-Universe that Hazuki SHOULD have been near death when she healed the bunny.
A bit of Fridge Tear Jerker, but during Episode 46 of Dokkan!, the Curse of Majo-Gaeru was eliminated and all of the Witches who've been turned into Witch Frogs were turned back to normal (except Majo Rika). However, it was established that Majo Monroe died as a Witch Frog. Just how many other Witches suffered that same fate?
What if Momoko succeeded in bringing back Majo Monroe? How would her parents react to their daughter being dead?
Something that's been bugging me recently was whether or not Nozomi could've survived it. Given what her illness was, she really and truly could've lived and became an Ojamajo. But then it hit me: When Doremi and the others granted Nozomi's wish to be a Witch for one night, they mentioned that she may have had some magic of her own which assisted in the final spell of the night. But casting magic like that in the middle of the night when you need rest, even if it was to grant a wish, is not good for someone with any illness. What I'm trying to say is that we could be facing a very serious case of Nice Job Breaking It, Hero when the energy used that night was for casting when it could've gone to her recovery and thus reducing her chances for survival. It is thankful that she died happy, knowing that she had become a Witch for that one occasion, but the implications are there regardless: The Ojamajos could possibly and inadvertently have caused Non-chan's death, and it is entirely possible that they wouldn't find out until much later, if at all.
If magic spheres are used by witches as currency and witch apprentices to cast spells, isn't that literally wasting money?
Yes it is, that's why the girls must help at the Mahou-dou to earn money and exchange for magic spheres at Witches' World bank or whatever it is.
Momoko's ABC song in Motto episode 7 was cute, but how would she even know a song like that if she lived in America most of her life and could barely speak Japanese? Even with the translating headset, that one doesn't make sense.
The song itself is based off the English alphabet. It could easily have been taught to her by Majo Monroe. The translating headset Momoko uses could simply be what makes it Japanese to everyone.
According to Ojamajo Doremi 16, the girls all had a lot of credit in the Witch World. At the same time, Majo Rika had gained permission from The High Queen to return to the human world. In that case, then couldn't the girls have askedThe High Queen if they could live in the human world AFTER accepting their powers?
Why couldn't the Ojamajos use the same spell they did when Poppu summoned ghosts at the preschool sleepover in the episode where Poppu becomes a witch apprentice (The spell was something among the lines of "Put everyone to sleep"), when they were found out to be witches?
The spell would not have undone the suspicion that brought the group there to begin with. In earlier episodes, the sleep spell worked in tandem with a Weirdness Censor to be effective (the aforementioned case with Pop: It happened wholly at night and it would have been easy to make it look like some bad dream since no one was really sure what they really saw). In the case at the end of the season, too much had happened for that same sleep spell to have been enough; even if it was used, the group would've awakened soon enough and would instead have been more convinced than ever that the girls were Witches, setting them back to square one.
How did Majo Monroe know about the "Tourbillon My Love" cake? Wasn't she born after the cake was first created?
Majo Monroe could easily have become a part of the Witch Senate. She decided against doing so, but her profession could've lead to her discovering the sweet, regardless.