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Color-Coded Characters
aka: Colour Coded Characters
Which set of Turtles is easier to tell apart?

When a creator of a work introduces a large number of characters at once, such as at the beginning of a work, they have to find a way to distinguish them and make them memorable in the audience's mind. Some of the ways they do that is to give them memorable names or personality traits. But perhaps the easiest way ties to human's strongest sense: our sight. By giving each character a specific Color Motif, the audience can quickly come to associate one color with that character and tell the characters apart with only a glance.

Note that this is not always the only way to tell the characters apart. It is usually just one of many.

Bright, contrasting colors, particularly primary colors, are common. Regardless who they're assigned to, you can almost always count on a Red and a Blue to appear. Green and Yellow are also common. To round out a Five-Man Band after using the four primary colors you might see Pink for The Chick, White, or Black, though Black has odd tendency to swap with Green too. Purple, Orange and other colors are more uncommon unless you have enough units for a full Rainbow Motif or more.

This trope can come into play with Palette Swap (colors used in Video Games), and how to tell characters apart with Only Six Faces.

A Sub-Trope of Colour-Coded for Your Convenience.

A Super Trope to Chromatic Arrangement.

Compare Color-Coded Elements (when the color also pertains to the character's Elemental Power), Color Motif, Red Is Heroic.

Examples:

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    Anime and Manga 
  • Sailor Moon
    • Sailor Soldiers
      • Usagi/Moon, Pink/White
      • Ami/Mercury, Blue
      • Rei/Mars, Red
      • Makoto/Jupiter, Green
      • Minako/Venus, Orange
      • Setsuna/Pluto, Black note 
      • Chibiusa/Chibi Moon, Pink
      • Haruka/Uranus, Navy note 
      • Michiru/Neptune, Turquoise
      • Hotaru/Saturn, Purple
    • Black Moon Clan
      • Prince Demand, White
      • Blue Saphir, Blue
      • Green Esmerude, Green
      • Crimson Rubeus, Red
    • Ayakashi Sisters
      • Petz, Dark Green
      • Calaveras, Yellow
      • Belthier, Blue
      • Koan, Pink
    • Witches 5
      • Cyprine, Deep Blue
      • Ptilol, Deep Red
      • Viluy, Whitish Blue
      • Tellu, Green
      • Mimette, Yellow
      • Eudial, Red
    • Amazon Trio
      • Hawk's Eye, Red
      • Tiger's Eye, Orange
      • Fish Eye, Light Blue
    • Amazoness Quartet/ Sailor Quartet
      • Vesves/ Vesta, Red
      • Pallapalla/ Pallas, Blue
      • Cerecere/ Ceres, Pink
      • Junjun/ Juno, Green
    • Shadow Galactica
      • Galaxia, Gold
      • Iron Mouse, white
      • Lead Crow, reddish-brown
      • Aluminum Seiren, light blue
      • Tin Nyanko, black
      • Heavy Metal Papillon, purple
  • Digimon
    • Digimon Adventure
      • Tai, Orange
      • Matt, Blue
      • Sora, Red
      • Izzy, Purple
      • Mimi, Green
      • Joe, Black
      • TK, Yellow
      • Kari, Pink
    • Digimon Adventure 02:
      • Davis, Blue
      • Yolei, Red
      • Cody, Yellow
      • TK, Green
      • Kari, Pink
      • Ken, Black
    • Digimon Tamers
      • Takato, Red
      • Rika, Blue note 
      • Henry, Green
      • Ryo, Purple/Dark Blue
      • Jeri, Yellow
      • Kazu, Orange
      • Kenta, Rose
      • Suzie, Pink
      • Ai and Mako/Impmon, Purple
    • Digimon Frontier
      • Takuya, Red
      • Koji, Blue
      • JP, Green note 
      • Tommy, Yellow note 
      • Zoe, Pink
      • Koichi, Black
    • Digimon Savers
      • Marcus, Orange
      • Thomas, Blue
      • Yoshi, Pink
      • Keenan, Purple
      • Sampson, Red
      • Miki, Black
      • Megumi, White
      • Spencer, Yellow
    • Digimon Xros Wars
      • Taiki, Red
      • Kiriha, Blue
      • Nene, Black (changes later to Lavender)
      • Yu, Yellow
      • Tagiru, Crimson
      • Ryoma, Green
      • Airu, Pink
      • Ren, Gray
      • Akari, Orange
      • Zenjiro, Teal

  • Revolutionary Girl Utena with the Duelists' roses. Other than Utena, who has pink hair and bears a white rose, the rest below match their hair colors as well:
    • Utena: White/Pink
    • Touga: Red
    • Saionji: Green
    • Juri: Orange
    • Miki: Light Blue
    • Nanami: Yellow
    • Ruka: Dark Blue
    • Professor Nemuro and The Black Rose Duelists all have black roses
    • Akio: Purple
  • Gundam
    • In all Gundam series, the Hero Gundam is white with red and blue secondary colors and often but not always gold accents. The Rival Gundam is almost always magenta or red with maroon accents.
    • G Gundam: By their mobile trace suits
      • Domon - Black
      • Chibodee - Blue
      • George - Red
      • Sai - Yellow
      • Argo - Green
      • Rain - Pink
    • Gundam 00
      • Setsuna - Blue
      • Lockon - Green
      • H/allelujah - Orange
      • Tieria - Purple, though most of his Gundams were Gray until The Movie.
  • Naruto - as evidenced by their backgrounds during openings and closings
    • Team 7:
      • Naruto, Yellow/Orange
      • Sasuke, Blue
      • Sakura, Red/Pink
      • Kakashi, Green
  • Dragon Ball: The Ginyu Force being a parody of the Sentai Genre
    • Captain Ginyu, Purple
    • Jeice, Red
    • Burter, Blue
    • Recoome, Yellow
    • Guldo, Green
  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica - Each Magical Girl has her hair, eyes and soul gem of the same color.
    • Madoka, Pink
    • Homura, Purple
    • Mami, Yellow
    • Sayaka, Blue
    • Kyoko, Red
    • Oriko, White
    • Kirika, Black
    • Yuma, Green
    • Nagisa, Orange
  • Ronin Warriors
    • Ryo, Red
    • Kento, Orange
    • Sage, Green
    • Cye, Blue-Light Blue
    • Rowen, Blue-Dark Blue
  • Bubblegum Crisis
    • Sylia, White/Bluish-white and Blue
    • Priss, Blue and Red
    • Linna, Green and Orange
    • Nene, Pink and Purple, later Pink after the Mid-Season Upgrade
  • InuYasha
    • Inuyasha, Red
    • Kagome, Green
    • Miroku, Violet
    • Sango, Pink
    • Shippo, Blue
    • Kirara, Yellow
  • Ojamajo Doremi:
  • In Pretty Cure All Stars DX 3, the Cures are sent to different dimensions in three mostly-color-coordinated groups:
    • Pink-tinted leaders
    • Cool-color-tinted girls
    • Bright-color-tinted girls
  • The Pretty Cure franchise in general:
    • Futari wa Pretty Cure and Futari Wa Pretty Cure Max Heart
      • Nagisa/Cure Black, Black and Pink
      • Honoka/Cure White, White and Blue
      • Hikari/Shiny Luminous, Yellow, Pink and Rednote 
      • Juna, Blue
      • Regine, Red
      • Belzei, Purple
      • Circulas, Blue
      • Uraganos, Orange
      • Viblis, Red
      • Baldez, Purple
      • Hikaru, Purple, Bluenote 
    • Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash☆Star
      • Saki/Cure Bloom/Cure Bright, Pink, Golden, Green
      • Mai/Cure Egret/Cure Windy, White/Silver, Blue, Purple
      • Michiru, Red, Green, Graynote 
      • Kaoru, Blue, Purple, Graynote 
      • Karehaan, Green
      • Moerumba, Red
      • Dorodoron, Brown
      • Ms. Shitataare, Blue
      • Kintoleski, Golden
    • Yes! Pretty Cure 5 and Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GO!GO!
      • Nozomi/Cure Dream, Pink
      • Rin/Cure Rouge, Red
      • Urara/Cure Lemonade, Yellow
      • Komachi/Cure Mint, Green
      • Karen/Cure Aqua, Blue
      • Kurumi/Milk/Milky Rose, Purple
    • Fresh Pretty Cure!
      • Love/Cure Peach, Pink
      • Miki/Cure Berry, Blue
      • Inori/Cure Pine, Yellow
      • Setsuna/Cure Passion, Red, Black
      • Eas, Red, Black
      • Westar, Yellow
      • Souler, Green
      • Northa, Purple
    • HeartCatch Pretty Cure!
      • Tsubomi/Cure Blossom, Pink
      • Erika/Cure Marine, Blue
      • Itsuki/Cure Sunshine, Yellow
      • Yuri/Cure Moonlight, Silver/Purple
      • Dark Precure, Black/Red
      • Sasoria, Yellow
      • Kumojacky, Red
      • Cobraja, Blue
    • Suite Pretty Cure ♪
      • Hibiki/Cure Melody, Pink
      • Kanade/Cure Rhythm, White
      • Seiren/Ellen/Cure Beat, Blue
      • Ako/Cure Muse, Yellow, Black
      • Dory, Pink
      • Rery, White
      • Miry, Orange
      • Fary, Yellow
      • Lary, Blue
      • Sory, Green
      • Tiry, Indigo
      • Dodory, Purple
      • Bassdrum, Green
      • Baritone, Blue
      • Falsetto, Pink
      • Noise, Black
    • Smile Pretty Cure!
      • Miyuki/Cure Happy, Pink
      • Akane/Cure Sunny, Orange/Red
      • Yayoi/Cure Peace, Yellow
      • Nao/Cure March, Green
      • Reika/Cure Beauty, Blue
      • Candy/Royale Candy, White
      • Wolfrun, Blue
      • Akaoni, Red
      • Majorina, Green
      • Joker, Purple
    • Doki Doki Pretty Cure
      • Mana/Cure Heart, Pink
      • Rikka/Cure Diamond, Blue
      • Alice/Cure Rosetta, Yellow
      • Makoto/Cure Sword, Purple
      • Aguri/Cure Ace, Red
      • Regina, Black, Red, Purple
  • Tokyo Mew Mew
    • Ichigo Momomiya/Mew Ichigo, Pink
    • Minto Aizawa/Mew Mint, Blue
    • Retasu Midorikawa/Mew Lettuce, Green
    • Bu-Ling Huang/Mew Pudding, Orange
    • Zakuro Fujiwara/Mew Zakuro, Purple
  • In Kuroko no Basuke, all of the Generation of Miracles have hair colors that match with the kanji in their names, except for Kuroko. They also combine this with Curtains Match the Window.
    • Kise, Yellow
    • Midorima, Green
    • Aomine, Blue
    • Murasakibara, Purple
    • Akashi, Red
    • Momoi, Pink
  • One Piece: According to Word of God, the main characters are represented with these colors
    • Luffy, Red
    • Zoro, Green
    • Nami, Orange
    • Usopp, Yellow
    • Sanji, Blue
    • Chopper, Pink
    • Robin, Purple
    • Franky, Light Blue
    • Brooke, Black and White
  • The Lyrical Nanoha'' series uses these with the color of the spells the Magical Girls use. A more complete list is here, so only the important characters are listed here.
    • Nanoha, Cherry blossom pink
    • Fate, Golden
    • Yuuno, Green
    • Chrono, light blue
    • Hayate, white
    • Signum, purple
    • Shamal, celadon
    • Vita, red
    • Zafira, indigo white
    • Reinforce, Purplish black
    • Reinforce Zwei, white note 
    • Subaru, light blue note 
    • Teana, orange
    • Caro, pink
    • Erio, yellow
    • Vivio, rainbow note 
    • The Materials in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable are a unique bunch. Due to being Evil Counterparts of Nanoha, Fate, and Hayate, they start out with the colors of their respective counterparts. By the time of Gears of Destiny though, they've returned with new names and new colors:
      • Material-S/Dark Nanoha/Stern: Vermilion
      • Material-L/Dark Fate/Levi: Aqua blue
      • Material-D/Dark Hayate/Dearche: Black
  • Saint Beast
    • Judas - purple - Nobility, command and also possibly a reference to his potential for evil.
    • Luca - teal- Reflects both The Lancer aspect and a certain mystery.
    • Goh - blue - His heroic nature as well as cool-headedness.
    • Shin - balck - Definitely not evil, perhaps a certain comprehensiveness.
    • Rey - red - Passion, The Heart, The Chick.
    • Gai - silver - Innocence/naivete and energy.
  • Touhou: Reimu and Yukari form the "Border team" in Imperishable Night. It's rather convenient that the colors of their outfits correspond to the borders between visible and invisible light
  • Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle: Some characters have clear color associations, such as white and sky blue with Fai, black and red with Kurogane, Syaoran with earthly colors like browns and greens, and pink with Sakura. The complementary colors for Kurogane and Fai mark them as a yin-yang pair.
  • Uta No Prince Sama
    • blue Masato
    • violet Tokiya
    • fuchsia Shou
    • red Otoya
    • orange Ren
    • gold Natsuki
  • Vividred Operation: The main characters have their own specific colour theme.
    • Akane: Red
    • Aoi: Blue
    • Wakaba: Green
    • Himawari: Yellow
    • Rei: Black
  • The anime version of Death Note tends to associate certain colors with various characters:
    • Light: Red
    • L: Blue
    • Matsuda: Yellow
    • Aizawa: Green
    • Mikami, Namikawa: Purple
    • Near: Light Blue
    • The manga itself also had theme colors for the characters in artwork, albeit different ones chosen by Takeshi Obata. Light was given white (or more accurately, "a lack of a color"), L was given gold, and Misa was assigned pink and black for duality.
  • Free!
    • Haruka: Bluenote 
    • Makoto: Green
    • Nagisa: Yellow
    • Rin: Red
    • Rei: Purplenote 
  • Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
    • Tsuna, Orange
    • Gokudera, Red
    • Yamamoto, Blue
    • Ryohei, Yellow
    • Lambo, Green
    • Hibari, Purple
    • Mukuro and Chrome, Indigo
    • And of course many other Dying Will Flame users
      • Orange - Luce, Aria, Yuni, all Vongola Bosses including Giotto, Xanxus, Byakuran, Dino, Iemetsu
      • Red - Fon, G., Belphegor, Zakuro, Rasiel, Bianchi, Tazaru, Nosaru
      • Blue - Lal Mirch, Colonello, Asari Ugetsu, Squalo, Bluebell, Basil, Glo Xinia
      • Yellow - Reborn, Knuckle, Lussuria, Daisy, Irie, Ginger Bread
      • Green - Verde, Lampo, Levi, Ghost, Gamma
      • Purple - Skull, Alaude, Kikyo
      • Indigo - Viper/Mammon, Daemon Spade, Gola Mosca, Torikabuto, Genkishi, Kawahira
      • Black - Bermuda von Veckenstein, Jäger, the Vindice in general
  • Kagerou Project: The majority of the main cast follow this, to the point that it is showcased for all it's worth in the credits of the anime:
    • Red: Shintaro, Azami, Ayaka, Ayano (the latter of whom is deliberately invoking Red Is Heroic)
    • Orange: Momo
    • Chartreuse: Konoha/Haruka
    • Green: Seto
    • Turquoise: Tsukihiko
    • Light Blue: Hibiya
    • Dark Blue: Ene/Takane
    • Violet: Kido
    • Lavender: Shion
    • Pink: Marry, Hiyori
    • White: Marry
    • Black/Grey: Kano, the snakes, Kuroha, Route XX Shintaro
    • Dark Orange/Brown: Kenjirou

    Boardgames 
  • The game known as Cluedo or Clue somewhat inverts the trope, giving the pieces names and personas based on their colours:
    • Reverend Green - green
    • Colonel Mustard - yellow
    • Mrs. Peacock - blue
    • Professor Plum - purple
    • Miss Scarlet - red
    • Mrs. White - white

    Comic Books 
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: An interesting example. While this trope has overall been played straight across the franchise, it was averted with the original comic, where not only did all of the turtles have the same skin tone, their bandannas were all red (whenever they got colored at all), making it hard to tell the four apart even when they did have their trademark weapons. The new IDW comics used the red bandannas for the first story arc and then switched to the multicolored ones.
    • On the other side of the spectrum are the original toys, where not only did Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo, and Raphael all have their specifically-colored bandannas, their green skin tones were all in unique shades as well. This was duplicated in the second cartoon, making the turtles easier to differentiate from each other. See the Western Animation section below.
    • The rest of the installments have just opted for similar skin tones, with the bandannas and weapons being the aids to tell the guys apart.
  • Donald Duck's nephews can wear caps coloured red, blue and green, though whether that actually enables readers to tell which one is Huey, Louie or Dewey is another question.
  • Marvel Comics' Power Pack wore similar costumes coloured white, magenta, blue and yellow. The costumes don't actually help the readers differentiate, since they don't look alike, but because the kids' powers are interchangeable, the colors sometimes designate who's got which power at present.

    Fanfiction 

    Film - Animated 
  • Cars
    • Piston Cup racecars:
      • Tow Cap #4, yellow, purple, and white
      • Dale Earndhart Jr. #8, red, black, and white
      • Nitroade #28, red, orange, and black
      • Mood Springs #33, blue, purple, and black
      • Trunk Fresh #34, yellow, green, and black
      • Shifty Drug #35, magenta, yellow, and white
      • Tank Coat #36, pink, red, and white
      • ViewZeen #39, blue, teal, and orange
      • Dinoco (Strip "The King" Weathers) #43, blue, orange, and white
      • Easy Idle #51, blue, black, and white
      • Leakless #52, yellow, black, and white
      • Faux Wheel Drive #54, blue, green, and brown
      • Fiber Fuel #56, orange, yellow, and white
      • Octane Gain #58, orange, black, and white
      • Vitoline #61, green, gray, and white
      • Transberry Juice #63, blue, purple, and yellow
      • RPM #64, orange, blue, and yellow
      • N2O Cola #68, purple, green, and white
      • Gasprin #70, blue, yellow, and black
      • RevNGo #73, blue, orange, and red
      • Sidewall Shine #74, red, yellow, and white
      • Vinyl Toupee #76, purple, black, and white,
      • Retread #79, purple, red, and white
      • Creme-filled Gaskits #80, red, yellow, and blue
      • Shiny Wax #82, green, yellow, and white
      • ReVolting #84a, red, gray, and white
      • Apple Computer #84b, black, white, and gray
      • Hostile Takeover Bank (Chick Hicks) #86, green, orange, and yellow
      • Bumper Save #90, red, teal, and white
      • Sputter Stop #92, orange, teal, and white
      • Spare-O-Mint #93, blue, green, and white
      • RustEze Medicated Bumper Ointment (Lightning McQueen) #95, red, orange, and yellow
      • Tach-O-Mint #101, brown, green, and white
      • Li'l Torquey Pistons #117, red, blue, and black
      • Clutch Aid #121, blue, green, and black
      • No Stall #123, red, black, and yellow
    • World Grand Prix racecars:
      • Francesco Bernoulli #1, green, white, and red
      • Lewis Hamilton #2, black and yellow
      • Max Schnell #4, purple, black, red, and yellow
      • Miguel Camino #5, red, orange, and white
      • Raoul Caroule #6, blue, white, and red
      • Shu Todoroki #7, red, and white
      • Carla Veloso #8, blue, green, and yellow
      • Nigel Gearsley #9, green, black, and orange
      • Rip Clutchgoneski #10, red, orange, and green
      • Jeff Gorvette #24, yellow, red, white, and blue
      • Lightning McQueen #95, red, orange, and yellow
  • The Disney Princess lineup, which selects colors usually from their dresses:

    Film - Live-Action 
  • Sky High: There's a prevalent theme in pairing up characters with complementary color themes. Specifically, Will wears almost exclusively red, white and blue, plant girl Layla wears green,and human glow stick Zach wears neon and white. Justified, in that you would want to play up your powers to impress your classmates. Besides, if your parents are superheroes with similar powers, similar colors would be included in their costumes. Because they like those colours, you would be exposed to them throughout your childhood.
  • Speed Racer: by Word of God in the DVD Extras.
    • Speed - Blue
    • Pops - Red
    • Trixie - Pink
    • Racer X - Black
    • Taejo - White (really, the whole Togokahn family)
    • Spritle - Yellow
    • Royalton - Purple
    • Mom - Green
    • Sparkey - Orange
  • The Breakfast Club
    • Bender - Red
    • Andrew - Blue
    • Brian - Green
    • Allison - Black
    • Claire - Pink
  • Clue: A very interesting case: like in the board game, the six main suspects each dress basically with one color; unlike the board game, however, the colors do not match their names. (Perhaps a partial Deconstruction, since the names they're refered to are just aliases.)
    • It gets weirder, as four of the characters appear to create a circle of mismatched monotones:
      • Colonol Mustard wears red, like Miss Scarlet should
      • Miss Scarlet wears green, like Mr. Green should
      • Mr. Green wears blue, like Mrs. Peacock should
      • And Mrs. Peacock wears yellow, like Colonol Mustard should, bringing it full-circle.
    • Though not part of the above loop, Mrs. White is worth noting in that the inside of her coat actually is white, but we only see this for about five seconds, in the process Lampshading her alias. But for the majority of the film, she wears black.
    • Mr. Plum, uh... he wears brown.
  • Pirates of the Caribbean - very subtly Jack-Red, Will-Blue, Elizabeth-Yellow, Barbossa-Green.
  • Played with in Reservoir Dogs: each of the robbers is given a colour-based codename (Mr. White, Mr. Orange, Mr. Pink, etc), but they all wear identical black suits, shades and have slicked-back hair precisely in order to make identification (in the context of a police lineup) more difficult.
  • Heathers. Most of the primary characters wear their own color of clothing which represents their dominant emotions, though this isn't noticeable at first. Heather Chandler is red for lust and power in school, Heather McNamara is yellow for her cowardliness, Heather Duke is green for her jealousy towards Heather Chandler's power and later wears red when she gains power, Veronica is blue representing her misery in high school, and J.D. is black showing him as a deathbringer and the antagonist. Chandler's red hair bow becomes a symbol of power, as after her death Duke claims it for herself, symbolizing her replacement of the original Heather. Veronica forcefully taking it from Duke at the end of the film shows the end of the Heathers' power.
  • The Great Race: Leslie wears white and all his gear is white. Professor Fate wears black and his car is black.
  • Jurassic Park:
    • Hammond - White
    • Sattler - Pink
    • Grant - Blue
    • Malcolm - Black
    • Muldoon - Beige
  • Invoked with the spacesuits in Destination Moon.
  • In 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dave Bowman has a red spacesuit and Frank Poole has a yellow one (though their regular clothes are both similar shades of grey). There is also a blue spacesuit visible in the background of some shots and Dave pulls the helmet from an otherwise-unseen green one, probably both intended for the three crew members in hibernation before they were killed by HAL.
  • Also done in the Polish/East German film Der Schweigende Stern (better known in America as First Spaceship to Venus or The Silent Star), where each of the cast wears a distinct color of spacesuit.
    • Science fiction films lend themselves well to this trope, since from a filmmaking standpoint, having a coloured spacesuit assigned to each character (as the previous three examples describe) makes it easier to distinguish the characters when you can't see their faces. In-universe, it also makes it easier for the characters to tell each other apart when they can't see each other's faces.

    Literature 
  • The Hobbit: Tolkien lists the colors of the Dwarves' hooded cloaks, as if that would help you keep them straight. If you pair up colors and names in the orders they are both listed, you should get:
    • Dwalin - Dark green
    • Balin - Scarlet red
    • Fíli and Kíli - Blue
    • Dori and Nori - Purple
    • Ori - Grey
    • Óin - Brown
    • Glóin - White
    • Bifur and Bofur - Yellow
    • Bombur - Pale green
    • Thorin - Sky-blue with a long silver tassle
  • Spy High: The team's official codenames after graduation are Edward Red, Angel Blue (Lori), Benjamin White, Jake Black, Callista Green and Agent Orange (Bex). The second series of books is titled accordingly. We never find out what colour Jennifer would have been, though it's possible she was the original Orange.
  • The Sherwood Ring: Dick - an officer in the Continental army - naturally wears blue, as does his love interest Eleanor; Peaceable - an officer in the British army - wears red, as does his love interest Barbara.
  • A Song of Ice and Fire differentiates the members of different Great Houses by a certain hair color/eye color combination. This, heavily coupled with Art Major Biology, is actually a plot point - the Baratheon phenotype is invariably dominant over the Lannister one, and none of King Robert's legitimate children are black-haired or blue-eyed.
    • House Stark is gray-eyed and dark brown/black-haired, although this is subverted with Catelyn Tully's additions to the gene pool.
    • House Lannister is green-eyed and blonde.
    • House Baratheon is blue-eyed and black-haired.
    • House Tully is blue-eyed and redheaded.
    • House Tyrell is brown-eyed and brown-haired.
    • House Martell is dark-skinned, black-haired, and dark-eyed.
    • House Targaryen has silver-blond hair and purple eyes.

  • Applied three times in A.L. Phillips's The Quest of the Unaligned.
    • Each of the various social/magical castes in the kingdom of Caederan wears different colors. The magicless peasants wear brown, the handful of peasant mages wear a white sash and robes in the color of their alignment (red for aeshes, blue for shamais, green for aretzes, and silver for ruahks), the aligned nobles wear white robes with trim in the color of their element, and the unaligned royal house wears white robes with golden trim.
    • It is mentioned that all citizens of the city-state of Tonzimmiel wear the same shirt-and-pants uniform, with color indicating your profession.
    • Finally, each of the three main heroes has a different primary color on the cover. Alaric wears the brownish uniform of a Tonzimmelian Security Force officer, Laeshana is in the red robes of an aesh, and Nahruahn is clad in white, as befits his noble lineage.
  • Students in Idlewild set their own callsigns that blink between two colors. Most of them coordinate these with their outfits and personal domains.

    Live-Action TV 
  • Naturally, the members of numerous Super Sentai and Power Rangers teams in each season are distinguished by the colors of their outfits. The most common color combination consists of red (usually the leader), blue, green, yellow, and pink. Some seasons will swap black for green or white for pink, but its uncommon to have both Black and Green or White and Pink on the same team at the same time. In a manner similar to the G.I. Joe laser situation, some colorcoded aspects will change when a Ranger acquires a different shiny suit.
    • In particular, the subtractive primary colors (red, blue, and yellow) are the only colors that have been present on almost every team to date. note 
    • Power Rangers took it Up to Eleven in their first few seasons. Not only did they always wear their designated Ranger colors unmorphed, most of their accessories (backpacks, notebooks, etc.) were also color-coded, alongside Pink Ranger Kimberly having a pink car (really a dark magenta, but that was what they were going for) and Yellow Ranger Trini drinking a banana milkshake at the juice bar (yes, out of a yellow glass.) A couple of former Rangers have mentioned hating seeing their Ranger color once they leave the show.
    • Lampshaded in Dino Thunder. At the end of the episode when he gains the new Black Ranger powers, Tommy comments that he doesn't know what he's going to wear since he doesn't have any black clothes in his wardrobe.
    • Also lampshaded in Mystic Force; Vida is the Pink Ranger, but she's so tomboyish she actually hates the color, and it's not until towards the end of the season that she starts thinking it's not that bad.
    • Actually broken by Karone in Lost Galaxy. As the Pink Ranger, her outfits consist of black leather with maybe a pink hairclip. It should be also noted in the same season that Mike the Magna Defender doesn't have a specific color, and he was the first unmorphed hero not to.
    • Despite the trope of Dark Is Not Evil being present with the usage of a Black Ranger, when the Rangers' weapons glow during the execution of an attack or something similar, the Black Ranger's weapon occasionally glows with a purple hue rather than a black coloration, as true black is at times reserved for the villains instead. As a result, it's the only weapon where the "glow" does not match the Ranger's designated color in such cases where coloration is utilized whenever Power Glows. An example of this occurring can be seen in Power Rangers Operation Overdrive, whenever Will the Black Ranger strikes with his signature weapon.
  • Breaking Bad described here
    • Walter - Green
    • Jesses - Red or Yellow
    • Skyler - Blue
    • Hank - Brown/Orange
    • Marie - Purple
    • Walt Jr. - Orange, but not tied as closely to it
  • The Kamen Rider Series now becomes guilty of this trope because of merchandising. Almost every main Rider will have several modes, color-designated. In particular, there are mix and matchers: Kamen Rider OOO, who's form repertoire consists entirely of switching colours on his legs, arms and head, totalling over 130 variants (with full colour matches being generally more powerful than mixes) and Kamen Rider Double who switches colour of his left and right halves (although only has three and four colours on each respectively).
  • The Fresh Beat Band: Shout wears orange, Kiki pink, Marina blue, and Twist yellow.
  • Invoked in Charmed: when Prue casts a spell that creates duplicates of herself, Phoebe puts them in different-coloured shirts so everyone can tell them apart.

    Music 
  • The boyband JLS, who, thanks to their rise to fame on The X Factor, are colour-coded, and have carried it into their music career, often performing with not just in coloured clothing, but having coloured tape around their microphones and coloured earpieces. It's almost guaranteed that if you used their real names (Aston, JB, Marvin and Oritse) very few people would know who you were talking about, but if you said 'the blue/red/green/yellow guy from JLS,' they would.
  • NEWS: With the exception of Koyama who vacillates between Brown and Purple, the other members generally stick to the same colors when it comes to costumes. Tegoshi is Pink, Kato is Green, Nishikido is Blue, Yamashita is Red and Masuda is Yellow.
  • Tally Hall: Their signature ties:
    • Andrew is green
    • Joe is red
    • Rob is yellow
    • Ross is gray
    • Zubin is blue
    • Bora, who is basically an honorary member of the band, is orange
      • This originally was used to make them stand out from other Ann Arbor bands, and the colors were chosen based on their instrument colors. Ross “inherited” Steven’s gray tie when he replaced him in the band.
      • They’ve said before that purple can be the tie color for fans.
  • The Beatles in the famous Abbey Road Crossing. John is a Man in White, Ringo wears a black pinstripe suit, Paul wears a grey suit (and no shoes), while less-formal George wears bluejeans and a blue denim work shirt.
  • The Saturdays: Often played with, as the artwork for the Chasing Lights era prominently featured the girls wearing a different color each, though no one colour was specifically assigned to any of them. This is especially prominent in the video for "Up".

    Puppet Shows 

    Reality Television 

  • The American reality game show Survivor features the tribes getting their own coloured buffs which the members of the tribe must wear.

    Video Games 
  • Mario Series in general, especially in the sports games and other spin offs. Though due to there being Loads and Loads of Characters most have a primary color and a secondary color associated with them to prevent overlapping.
    • Main Characters
      • Mario, Red
      • Luigi, Green, Dark-Green, or Blue - depending mostly on what colors Yoshi and Toad are
      • Yoshi, Green, Light-Green
      • Toad, Blue or White, or Red in the context of the Toad Brigade
      • Peach, Pink
      • Daisy, Orange/Yellow-Orange or Yellow
      • Bowser, Orange/Red-Orange or Dark Green
      • Wario, Purple(lighter), sometimes Yellow
      • Waluigi, Black, or Purple(darker)
      • Birdo, Magneta/purple and a bit of red
      • DK, Yellow, or Brown
      • Rosalina, Cyan and White
    • Koopalings,
      • Green (Bowser Jr.), Cyan (Larry), Black (Morton), Pink (Wendy), Lime (Iggy), Purple (Roy), Orange (Lemmy), and Blue (Ludwig)
  • In the Donkey Kong spinoff series
    • DK, Yellow
    • Diddy, Red
    • Dixie, Pink
    • Kiddy, Light Blue
    • Tiny, Purple
    • Lanky, Blue
    • Chunky, Green
  • Sonic the Hedgehog: Each of the characters' fur/feather/body color tends to follow them everywhere.
    • Team Dark is more complicated however
      • Shadow's fur is Black with Red highlights and wears silver shoes, he is usually associated with Blacks and Grays or Dark Red, but his attacks and auras are all orange to contrast with Sonic's blue theme.
      • Rouge has White fur, and wears a black bodysuit with White gloves a pink heart and pink accents. Tends be associated with Pink/White, but her auras are magenta and attacks are typically black.
      • Omega is Red, Black and Gray. Like Shadow he is also associated with Blacks, Grays, and Reds, but his auras are a deep purple.
  • In Skies of Arcadia there are the five (later six) admirals of the Valuan Armada, with their uniforms and ships:
  • Star Fox:
  • Metroid Prime Hunters
    • Trace - Red
    • Spire - Orange
    • Kanden - Yellow
    • Weavel - Green
    • Sylux - Blue
    • Noxus - Violet
  • Appears to some degree in the Mass Effect trilogy; some characters keep pretty consistent coloring in their available costumes.
  • Sengoku Basara: Most notable are main rivals Yukimura and Masamune, who wear red and blue respectively. Motonari and Motochika also sport complimentary colour schemes.
    • Mitsunari and Ieyasu too. Mitsunari wears black and purple to represent the moon, whereas Ieyasu wears yellow to represent the sun.
  • Super Mario RPG: The Axem Rangers each sport a color theme to match the typical Super Sentai Team; red, yellow, pink, black, and green.
    • Mario's team, as well, when color-coded text is displayed or certain forms are used:
      • Mario: red.
      • Mallow: purple (forms) or yellow (text).
      • Geno: blue.
      • Bowser: green.
      • Peach: pink.
  • Yoshi's Island and its sequel: Each different-colored Yoshi goes through the same numbered level in each world.
    • First: Green
    • Second: Pink
    • Third: Light Blue/Cyan
    • Fourth (Fortress): Yellow
    • Fifth: Purple
    • Sixth: Brown (Original)/Orange (Sequel)
    • Seventh: Red
    • Eighth (Castle): Blue
  • Tail Concerto: Everyone to an extent. Alicia Pris is the leader and wears red, Stare Pris is The Quiet One in blue, and Flare Pris is the Genki Girl in yellow. Waffle, the hero, and Princess Terria are white. Fool wears purple.
  • The Idolmaster: All of the idols have associated colors, as can be seen here.
  • The Legend of Zelda does this a lot. The elements of the Triforce and their respective goddesses/bearers (and oracles of the same name as the goddesses) are thematically arranged as follows:
    • Link / Farore (and the Oracle of Secrets) are Green
    • Zelda / Nayru (and the Oracle of Ages) are Blue
    • Ganon / Din (and the Oracle of Seasons) are Red
    • In addition, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords had you split into four separate Links, with green, blue, red, and purple tunics. In the manga version they go by Green, Blue, Red and Vio respectively.
    • The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX has the color dungeon but in order to get in, two stalfos, one wearing a blue robe and the other wearing a red one ask you a simple question of what color they are. Sounds simple but if you're colorblind or not playing the game on a Game Boy Color then you can't get into the dungeon.
  • Advance Wars gives us Orange Star, Blue Moon, Yellow Comet and Green Earth. Interestingly Orange Star's color is actually Red. It's name was changed from Red Star in western releases due to Unfortunate Implications.
  • Despite a fifteen year history, Resident Evil continues to clothe five out of six major characters in the same colors through every appearance. Chris is a hunter green, Jill is usually powder blue but sometimes edges towards indigo, Claire is maroon, Ada is crimson, and Wesker is black with occasional edging into dark navy. Leon's signature color seems to be dark blue, but he's something of a combo-breaker in that he appears to own clothes in more than one segment of the color wheel; some of his outfits feature no blue at all.
  • The Color of Mantra from Asura's Wrath is this depending on the character. The following colors are:
  • The Pikmin commanders, after the second and third games add to the cast:
    • Olimar: Red.
    • Louie: Blue.
    • Alph: Light blue.
    • Brittany: Pink.
    • Charlie: Green.
  • In Emerald City Confidential, the residents of the different parts of Oz wear colors that are representative of their home city or country. This makes it easy to see who is a foreigner—for instance, the completely-dressed-in-green Petra in the middle of all yellow Winkie Country.
  • The Investigation Team in Persona 4.
  • Final Fantasy X: Each of your 7 party members' progress on the Sphere Grid is marked by a trail in a colour either appearing in their costume prominently, or associated with them in some other way:
    • Tidus: Light Blue
    • Yuna: White
    • Auron: Red
    • Wakka: Yellow-Orange
    • Lulu: Purple
    • Kimahri: Dark Blue
    • Rikku: Green
    • Notably, the colours associated with Tidus, Wakka and Rikku are actually important to solving a simplistic puzzle during Mt. Gagazet.

    Web Comics 
  • Project 0 as per the characters' buttons on the website. Typically prominent on their outfits as well.
    • Owen, Purple
    • Aatu, Blue
    • Bea, Orange
    • Ciro, Yellow
    • Kareem, Red
    • Veronica, White
    • Noor, Black
  • Metal Phone Mouse: Every main character is associated with a different colour (respectively, Indigo = Shadow, Dark Red = Chip, Orange = Pieman, Chocolate = Brass, Purple = Squiggle, Violet = Eva, Green = Nari, Dark Orange = Red Tail the Fluffy, white-on-black for the demon, Red = Pandora, Grey = everyone else) which tends to feature highly in their wardrobe and in which all their speech is rendered (making it easier to work out who's talking off-panel).

  • Homestuck
    • Each of the kids has a color that is featured on their clothes, chat log text, eyes (due to the art style it's only seen in closeups) etc.: John is blue, Rose is purple, Dave is red, and Jade is green. Interestingly, John and Jade's shirt colors are swapped.
    • This is actually a feature of troll society, where the Fantastic Caste System ranks people by blood color: each of the trolls types with, dresses in, and even wears make up that is the same color as their blood. Karkat, who types in grey to maintain anonymity about his blood, which is bright red, is an exception. These colors cover the visable light spectrum, resulting in a Rainbow Motif. The colours for the major Troll characters are: Rust red (Aradia), brown/orange (Tavros), mustard yellow (Sollux)note , olive green (Nepeta), jade green (Kanaya), teal (Terezi), cobalt blue (Vriska), indigo (Equius), purple (Gamzee), violet (Eridan), fuchsia (Feferi). In addition to these, there is a "lime"-colored blood in between Sollux and Nepeta's shades (where Karkat would fit in terms of zodiac signs, his abnormal bright red blood putting him out of the pattern) which had been hunted to extinction. So far, no character has been directly associated with this color, with the possible exception of Calliope in regards to her troll-persona.
    • The kids from post-scratch Earth have their own colors that are similar to their corresponding pre-scratch kid's: Jane is cyan, Roxy is pink, Dirk is orange, and Jake is dark green.
    • The kids' sprites also have associated colours - Nannasprite is cyan, Jaspersprite is magenta, Davesprite is orange, and Jadesprite is dark green. In other words, exactly the same as the post-scratch kids' colours, except Jaspersprite's, which is slightly different to Roxy's.
    • Calliope is light grey and green; her brother Caliborn is dark grey and red.
    • Prospitians are coloured completely white, while Dersites are black. The Midnight Crew are associated with black and red, while the Felt are prominently green. Each of the Felt's members is also coloured according to their corresponding pool ball, while Doc Scratch colours everything green and white.
  • This can be seen in Voodoo Walrus by way of the main cast having certain colors that the artist repeatedly works into their clothes. Orange and green for Grymm, a dull blue and grey for CreepKnight, vibrant blue for Bowler, and purpler for Mirth. This isn't just for clothes, it extends into their word bubbles as well. And many other supporting characters are color coded too. But some colors change with major personality shifts.
  • Major characters in Arthur, King of Time and Space wear clothing in a distinct colour. Secondary characters wear a different shade of the colour associated with the major character they have the closest connection to. In the contemporary arc, this extends to chat colours (as in Homestuck), and you can even tell whose home a strip is set in by the colour of the walls.
    • Arthur: yellow (also used by his adoptive family, Uther in flashbacks, and minor knights whose main characteristic is "loyal to the Pendragons" such as Sir Ulfius)
    • Guenevere: blue (also used by her family)
    • Lancelot: red (also used by his family)
    • Merlin: orange
    • Nimue: violet
    • Morgan: green (also used by her family, including Gawaine and his siblings)
    • Tristram: pink (also used by his/her companions Dinadin and Palamodes)
    • Isolde: brown
    • Eglante: grey (also used by her son Dodinel)
    • Pellinore: indigo (also used by his family, including Elaine and Percival. Word of God is that the core indigo character is Pelleas)
    • Mordred: black
    • Galahad: white
  • Sacred Pie uses this briefly when a key character gets cloned. The clones each have a certain facet of his personality and a different coloured hat. The hats are important.
  • Irrelevator has three main characters who are stickmen, each one has a diffrent color, the green one has hair and beard, the red one has a baseball cap and the blue one has opaque glasses.

    Web Animation 
  • Most characters from RWBY, to the point where their names, abilities and costumes are all inspired by their respective colors. The four main heroines, as well as some others, happen to have colors relevant to their fairy tale, mythological or historical inspiration.
  • By necessity, characters in Red vs. Blue are mostly told apart by their colors—as everyone is constantly in armor, and until Halo 3 (season 6) all of the armor looked exactly the same, color was the only possible way to make them look different. Most of the main characters are further divided into Color-Coded Armies, the Reds and Blues, but the Freelancers have a wide variety of colors.

    Web Original 

  • In the Global Guardians PBEM Universe, the Iron Legion is a group of seven Powered Armor mercenaries who are code named for the seven spectral colors (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet), and whose armors are colored to match their names. The Lightning Power Special Team, a group of color-coded heroes, are the premiere superheroes of Japan.
  • Each of the four main characters in Oktober have a color that is associated with them, which makes it easier to keep track of who's entry you are reading. Nick is orange, Natasha is red, Matthias is green, and Smith/Jones is blue. Additionally, side characters seem to have colors that are associated with them as well. Most notably, Daphne is light blue, Midas is blood red or maroon, and Joshua is silver.
  • The Five Powers of Lambda each have their own particular colours. Soleil is black, Krieggarten is gold, Seisen is blue, Casus Belli is green, and Zafiel is red.
  • The cast of Statless And Tactless use different color posts.
    • The colors also relate to the characters to an extent. Soo's character is very rich and her post color is green. Joe is a fiendish jerkass and he's red. Kyle is balanced (and very opposed to Joe) and posts in blue.
  • Super Mario Bros. Z: The Koopa Bros. Made infinitely more amusing when one looks back and realizes who fought who in the first battle against them— particularly Red, Green and Black. The same can be said for the Axem Rangers, though they had one extra member.
  • The Roar Of Our Stars: Each character has a unique avatar and color.
  • In the episode on trolling Mike from Idea Channel disagreed with himself later, so he edited in future Mike as blue, where original recording Mike wore red.

    Western Animation 
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: As of the 1987 series:
    • Leo, Blue
    • Raph, Red
    • Don, Purple
    • Mike, Orange
    • April, Yellow (April was also represented as Pink in the early games of the 2003 series, but was eventually changed back to Yellow.)
    • Casey Jones, Green in the 2003 series, Black in the 2012 series
      • And in the original toyline and 2003 series, the green skin tones of the turtles were each a unique shade.
  • Mickey Mouse
    • Mickey - Red
    • Donald - Blue
    • Goofy - Green (or Orange, particularly in older works)
    • Minnie - Pink
    • Daisy - Purple
    • Pluto - Yellow
  • Scooby-Doo
    • Fred - Blue
    • Shaggy - Green
    • Velma - Orange
    • Daphne - Purple
    • Scooby - Brown
  • Justice League
    • Superman, Red
    • Batman, Blue
    • Wonderwoman, Yellow
    • Green Lantern, Green
    • Flash, Orange
    • Hawkgirl, Gold
    • Martian Manhunter, Teal
  • The Batman
    • Batman, Blue
    • Robin, Red
    • Batgirl, Purple
  • Power Puff Girls
    • Blossom, Pink
    • Bubbles, Light Blue-Blue
    • Buttercup, Light Green-Green
    • Princess, Yellow
    • Bunny, Purple
    • Bullet, Orange
    • Prof. Utonium/Power Prof, White
      • Mojo was also purple in the one episode when he was given Chemical X powers, and his costume was a darkblue/purple color in general.
    • Brick, Red
    • Boomer, Dark Blue-Blue
    • Butch, Dark Green-Green
  • Codename: Kids Next Door
    • Numbuh 1, Red
    • Numbuh 2, Light Blue
    • Numbuh 3, Green
    • Numbuh 4, Orange
    • Numbuh 5, Blue
    • Temporary Numbuh 49, Yellow
  • The Drama Brothers on Total Drama Island. I'm going with their trademark outfits:
    • Cody, Tan
    • Trent, White
    • Harold, Black
    • Justin, Indigo
    • Sasquatchanakwa, Purple
  • The Brave Little Toaster
    • Toaster = Blue
    • Kirby = Green
    • Lampy = Orange
    • Blanky = Yellow
    • Radio = Red
  • Teen Titans
    • Robin - Red
    • Starfire - Orange
    • Terra - Yellow
    • Beast Boy - Green
    • Cyborg - Blue
    • Raven - Purple
  • In the Huntik: Secrets & Seekers opening, we have:
    • Sophie- Red/pink
    • Lok- Blue
    • Dante- Yellow
    • Zhalia- Green
  • Wild Kratts, oh so much. We have, by theme color:
    • Chris: Green
    • Martin: Blue
    • Aviva: Purple
    • Koki: Orange
    • Jimmy: Orange and/or red
    • Zach: Black
    • Donita: Pink and/or purple
    • Gourmand: No set color
  • Voltron is an interesting case as in the original series some of their uniforms didn't match their lion colors and actually matched the lions of someone else. This was changed by Voltron: the Third Dimension and Voltron Force.
    • Keith, Black Lion(but originally had a red uniform)
    • Lance, Red Lion (but originally had a blue uniform)
    • Sven, the first Blue Lion (but wore a black uniform making it a closed circle with the above.)
      • Allura, the second Blue Lion (originally with a pink uniform)
    • Pidge, Green Lion and uniform
    • Hunk, Yellow Lion and uniform
  • Thomas the Tank Engine: The Skarloey Railway engines in the TV series - their original uniform color was thought to confuse younger viewers, and Rusty with black colors could be confused for Diesel. Now the only engines with similar colors are Sir Handel with Mighty Mac, and Skarloey with Rheneas.
  • The Transformers - Had similar colour-coding for lasers to the G.I. Joe example; Autobots fired orange lasers, while Decepticons fired purple. The Autobots' eyes are blue, the Decepticons' eyes are red (at least in the 80's cartoon.)
  • The Ashleys in Recess
    • Ashley A. - Pink
    • Ashley B. - Yellow
    • Ashley Q. - Blue
    • Ashley T. - Green
  • The Mane Six from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic
    • By Fur Colour:
      • Twilight Sparkle - Purple
      • Pinkie Pie - Pink
      • Applejack - Orange
      • Rainbow Dash - Blue
      • Rarity - White
      • Fluttershy - Yellow
    • By the colours of the Elements of Harmony.
      • Twilight Sparkle - Magenta
      • Pinkie Pie - Blue
      • Applejack - Orange
      • Rainbow Dash - Red
      • Rarity - Purple
      • Fluttershy - Pink
  • Lite Sprites. The entire series is themed around colors, since the special ability of all the Lite Sprites is that they can give various colors to various types of objects, using their wands.
    • Prisma - Pink
    • Astra - Yellow
    • Meadow - Green
    • Brooke - Blue
    • Bleak - Grey
  • The four/five mains from South Park, based on the colors of their hats/jackets.
    • Stan - Blue
    • Kyle - Green
    • Cartman - Red
    • Kenny - Orange
    • And Butters - Light blue/yellow
  • While the heroes of The Real Ghostbusters look nothing alike, they dress according to a somewhat muted version of this trope. The first episode has them receiving a shipment of new uniforms because the old ones, all the same shade of tan, were pretty much ruined in the events of the second movie. The new ones are colour coded:
    • Venkman - dark brown
    • Spengler - slate blue
    • Stantz - tan
    • Zeddmore - pale blue
  • In Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet, beyond the color codes of the original series, we can see that at least Ochre and Blue get color-coded bikes as well.
  • Motorcity:
    • Mike - green
    • Julie - yellow
    • Chuck - blue
    • Texas - red
    • Dutch - purple

     Real Life 
  • Most kids have a favorite color that they like their personal belongs to have like backpacks, lunchboxes, blankets and toys. This usually tones down but is still remains into adulthood sometimes in their car color, cell phone case, or favorite outfits and jackets for instance. Siblings will choose different colors to stand out from each other. Parents sometimes invoke this especially with twins to tell them apart when they're still young.


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