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** The main cast is consisted of [[ColorCodedCharacters color coded]] expies of the Franchise/SailorMoon cast. [[WordOfGod Word of God]] confirmed that the character designs were based on the art of [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], so both the main cast and some of the villains are expies from that series' cast as well. The [[PowerTrio three]] main heroines are also expies of the [[WeddingPeach Wedding Peach]] main trio, with [[SakuraWars a villain joining them]][[WeddingPeach later]].
** The web original's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad villain troops]] are expies of villains in Sailor Moon, [[CutieHoney Cutie Honey]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], with the many minor villains being expies of Franchise/KamenRider per Word of God.
** The R season's Villains are expies of popular video game protagonists of the time, namely [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial]], [[DiGiCharat Di Gi Charat]], [[StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]].
** The Rebuild series adds another layer to the main protagonists, making [[TalkingAnimal Rama]] an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Kyubey]] and Papillon Violet an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Homura]].

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** The main cast is consisted of [[ColorCodedCharacters color coded]] {{color coded|Characters}} expies of the Franchise/SailorMoon cast. [[WordOfGod Word of God]] WordOfGod confirmed that the character designs were based on the art of [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'', so both the main cast and some of the villains are expies from that series' cast as well. The [[PowerTrio three]] main heroines are also expies of the [[WeddingPeach Wedding Peach]] ''Manga/WeddingPeach'' main trio, with [[SakuraWars [[VideoGame/SakuraWars a villain joining them]][[WeddingPeach them]] [[Manga/WeddingPeach later]].
** The web original's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad villain troops]] are expies of villains in Sailor Moon, [[CutieHoney Cutie Honey]] ''Anime/CutieHoney'' and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'', with the many minor villains being expies of Franchise/KamenRider per Word of God.
** The R season's Villains are expies of popular video game protagonists of the time, namely [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial]], [[DiGiCharat Di Gi Charat]], [[StreetFighter Street Fighter]] TokimekiMemorial, ''Anime/DiGiCharat'', Franchise/StreetFighter and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]].
''VideoGame/SakuraWars''.
** The Rebuild series adds another layer to the main protagonists, making [[TalkingAnimal Rama]] an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Kyubey]] and Papillon Violet an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Homura]].

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* TamerAndChaster: The series lampshades this in "New Season" by the once perverted cat Rama, saying the titular heroine needs a new weapon and attack move.


** The main cast is consisted of [[ColorCodedCharacters color coded]] expies of the [[SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] cast. [[WordOfGod Word of God]] confirmed that the character designs were based on the art of [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], so both the main cast and some of the villains are expies from that series' cast as well. The [[PowerTrio three]] main heroines are also expies of the [[WeddingPeach Wedding Peach]] main trio, with [[SakuraWars a villain joining them]][[WeddingPeach later]].

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** The main cast is consisted of [[ColorCodedCharacters color coded]] expies of the [[SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] Franchise/SailorMoon cast. [[WordOfGod Word of God]] confirmed that the character designs were based on the art of [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], so both the main cast and some of the villains are expies from that series' cast as well. The [[PowerTrio three]] main heroines are also expies of the [[WeddingPeach Wedding Peach]] main trio, with [[SakuraWars a villain joining them]][[WeddingPeach later]].


** The web original's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad villain troops]] are expies of villains in Sailor Moon, [[CutieHoney Cutie Honey]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], with the many minor villains being expies of [[KamenRider Kamen Rider]] per Word of God.

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** The web original's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad villain troops]] are expies of villains in Sailor Moon, [[CutieHoney Cutie Honey]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], with the many minor villains being expies of [[KamenRider Kamen Rider]] Franchise/KamenRider per Word of God.


** The R season's Villains are expies of popular video game protagonists of the time, namely [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial]], [{DiGiCharat Di Gi Charat]], [[StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]].
** The Rebuild adds another layer

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** The R season's Villains are expies of popular video game protagonists of the time, namely [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial]], [{DiGiCharat [[DiGiCharat Di Gi Charat]], [[StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]].
** The Rebuild series adds another layerlayer to the main protagonists, making [[TalkingAnimal Rama]] an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Kyubey]] and Papillon Violet an expy of [[PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Homura]].


* {{Expy}}: The Papillons to a good portion of the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' cast.

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* {{Expy}}: Oh boy, where do we even begin:
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The Papillons to a good portion main cast is consisted of [[ColorCodedCharacters color coded]] expies of the ''Anime/SailorMoon'' cast.[[SailorMoon Sailor Moon]] cast. [[WordOfGod Word of God]] confirmed that the character designs were based on the art of [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], so both the main cast and some of the villains are expies from that series' cast as well. The [[PowerTrio three]] main heroines are also expies of the [[WeddingPeach Wedding Peach]] main trio, with [[SakuraWars a villain joining them]][[WeddingPeach later]].
** The web original's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad villain troops]] are expies of villains in Sailor Moon, [[CutieHoney Cutie Honey]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]], with the many minor villains being expies of [[KamenRider Kamen Rider]] per Word of God.
** The R season's Villains are expies of popular video game protagonists of the time, namely [[TokimekiMemorial Tokimeki Memorial]], [{DiGiCharat Di Gi Charat]], [[StreetFighter Street Fighter]] and [[SakuraWars Sakura Wars]].
** The Rebuild adds another layer

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* ShoutOut: The OVA has several shout-outs to the original ''CuteyHoney'': the title card is done in the same style, Sister Beene's name is a reference to Sister Jill, and when Tsubomi first transforms, she yells "Honey Flash!" as her clothes shred off, but Rama tells her to knock it off and transform properly.

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* ShoutOut: The OVA has several shout-outs to the original ''CuteyHoney'': ''Anime/CuteyHoney'': the title card is done in the same style, Sister Beene's name is a reference to Sister Jill, and when Tsubomi first transforms, she yells "Honey Flash!" as her clothes shred off, but Rama tells her to knock it off and transform properly.


* BadExportForYou: The version provided to Maiden Japan for the North American release of ''New Season'' was the censored TV broadcast edition, was letterboxed rather than anamorphic widescreen, and had generally poor video quality. The opening theme from the TV series was replaced with the OVA opening for some unknown reason.



* NamesTheSame: A MagicalGirl protagonist who wears pink and is named Tsubomi. Are we talking about Papillon Rose or [[HeartcatchPrettyCure Cure Blossom]]?


* RoseHairedGirl: Tsubomi


''Lingerie Soldier Papillon Rose'' is an {{ecchi}} parody of the MagicalGirl genre, particularly of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' whose plot it borrows from heavily. ''Papillon Rose'' started out as a web original, getting a brief OVA in 2003 and a 6-episode broadcast sequel called ''Papillon Rose: New Season'' in 2006.

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''Lingerie Soldier Papillon Rose'' is an {{ecchi}} parody of the MagicalGirl genre, particularly of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' ''Anime/SailorMoon'' whose plot it borrows from heavily. ''Papillon Rose'' started out as a web original, getting a brief OVA in 2003 and a 6-episode broadcast sequel called ''Papillon Rose: New Season'' in 2006.



* BackFromTheDead: Usually a season finale occurrence, just as in ''SailorMoon''.

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* BackFromTheDead: Usually a season finale occurrence, just as in ''SailorMoon''.''Anime/SailorMoon''.



* {{Expy}}: The Papillons to a good portion of the ''SailorMoon'' cast.

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* {{Expy}}: The Papillons to a good portion of the ''SailorMoon'' ''Anime/SailorMoon'' cast.



* GirlishPigtails: Tsubomi, since she's a parody of [[SailorMoon Usagi]]. Also Petite Rose.

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* GirlishPigtails: Tsubomi, since she's a parody of [[SailorMoon [[Anime/SailorMoon Usagi]]. Also Petite Rose.



* HotterAndSexier: To ''Manga/SailorMoon''.

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* HotterAndSexier: To ''Manga/SailorMoon''.''Anime/SailorMoon''.



* MysteriousProtector: Dandy Lion in the ONA/OVA, and Torakage in "New Season." Dandy Lion is a specific parody of [[SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]], except instead of throwing roses, he throws semen.

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* MysteriousProtector: Dandy Lion in the ONA/OVA, and Torakage in "New Season." Dandy Lion is a specific parody of [[SailorMoon [[Anime/SailorMoon Tuxedo Mask]], except instead of throwing roses, he throws semen.


* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: Hikaru/Dandy Lion.


* [[DarkSkinnedBlonde Dark Skinned]] WhiteHairedPrettyGirl: Cosmos


''Lingerie Soldier Papillon Rose'' is an {{ecchi}} parody of the MagicalGirl genre, particularly of ''SailorMoon'' whose plot it borrows from heavily. ''Papillon Rose'' started out as a web original, getting a brief OVA in 2003 and a 6-episode broadcast sequel called ''Papillon Rose: New Season'' in 2006.

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''Lingerie Soldier Papillon Rose'' is an {{ecchi}} parody of the MagicalGirl genre, particularly of ''SailorMoon'' ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' whose plot it borrows from heavily. ''Papillon Rose'' started out as a web original, getting a brief OVA in 2003 and a 6-episode broadcast sequel called ''Papillon Rose: New Season'' in 2006.



* {{Casanova}}: Anne is a love-em-and-leave-em kind of girl.

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* {{Casanova}}: TheCasanova: Anne is a love-em-and-leave-em kind of girl.

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* BadExportForYou: The version provided to Maiden Japan for the North American release of ''New Season'' was the censored TV broadcast edition, was letterboxed rather than anamorphic widescreen, and had generally poor video quality. The opening theme from the TV series was replaced with the OVA opening for some unknown reason.

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