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* {{Expy}}: She's the token "Enemy Subordinate That Pulls A HeelFaceTurn" such as [[Anime/SuitePrettyCure Ellen/Cure Beat]] but she seems to be more like a direct {{Expy}} for [[Anime/FreshPrettyCure Setsuna Higashi/Cure Passion]]. [[WhiteHairBlackHeart White haired evil form?]] Check. [[WellDoneSonGuy Yearning for the Big Bad's affection?]] Check. Becomes the Red Cure? Check.



* RedEyesTakeWarning: Played with; it's their natural colour.



* SpoiledSweet: Due to her upbringing, she expects every chore to be done for her; however, she's still a kind girl at heart. Once Kirara trains her to be more independent in Episode 24, the "spoiled" part is almost completely gone.


* '''EvilIsHammy'''

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* '''EvilIsHammy''''''EvilIsHammy:''' Good grief, is he ever.


* [[PintSizedPowerhouse Pint-Sized Powerhouses]]: They're both barely any taller that the Pretty Cure, yet seem to be the best hand-to-hand combatants amongst the Dys Dark generals.

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* [[PintSizedPowerhouse Pint-Sized Powerhouses]]: They're both barely any taller that than the Pretty Cure, yet seem to be the best hand-to-hand combatants amongst the Dys Dark generals.


* AllTakeAndNoGive: It seems this is the main reason why Miss Siamour never passed him from the butler exam; he's too selfish and has little regard for his charges' wellbeing, caring only about good RP as royalty. He demands too much from Haruka without understanding her situation (insisting on her having a meal in an expensive restaurant when Haruka obviously can't pay for it) and blames her when he failed to prioritize things in his schedule (making Haruka have a large breakfast when she's already late for school). It's only when he realizes this that Miss Siamour gives him another chance for the exam. [[spoiler:And it's only when he and Puff prove themselves to be loyal servants in both ups and downs that Miss Siamour passes them for the exam.]]

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* AllTakeAndNoGive: It seems this is the main reason why Miss Siamour never passed him from the butler exam; he's too selfish and has little regard for his charges' wellbeing, caring only about good RP PR as royalty. He demands too much from Haruka without understanding her situation (insisting on her having a meal in an expensive restaurant when Haruka obviously can't pay for it) and blames her when he failed to prioritize things in his schedule (making Haruka have a large breakfast when she's already late for school). It's only when he realizes this that Miss Siamour gives him another chance for the exam. [[spoiler:And it's only when he and Puff prove themselves to be loyal servants in both ups and downs that Miss Siamour passes them for the exam.]]


* DaddysLittleVillain: The mother variant. She is Dyspear's daughter. [[spoiler:Until it turns out, she's not. Dyspear kidnapped her from her brother, Kanata.]]



* [[DaddysLittleVillain Mommy's Little Villain]]: She is Dyspear's daughter. [[spoiler:Until it turns out, she's not. Dyspear kidnapped her from her brother, Kanata.]]



* SheFu: She fights very gracefully in episode 18, [[https://thumbs.gfycat.com/FlawedHonoredImperialeagle-size_restricted.gif if these two gifs]] [[https://78.media.tumblr.com/65d21f127c4c7d2039d0aaa409f0556d/tumblr_npguu8TbUq1usz98wo4_250.gif have anything to show]].



* WhiteHairBlackHeart: She has grey hair but is in the villains' side and considers dreams something foolish that must be destroyed

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* WhiteHairBlackHeart: She has grey hair but is in the villains' side and considers dreams something foolish that must be destroyeddestroyed.
* WouldHarmASenior: One of her episode 18 victims is Mochizuki-sensei.
* WouldHurtAChild: One of her episode 18 victims is Yui Nanase.


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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Puff, Pafu, Perf...
* VerbalTic: "Puff!"

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Puff, Pafu, Perf...
Perf, Puph, Paphu, [[UsefulNotes/{{France}} Paphoux]], Purrpf, [[UsefulNotes/NewZealand Pāwhu]], Perffh, [[UsefulNotes/IrishNames Páibh, Peáibh, Peamhaibh]]... the possibilities are endless.
* VerbalTic: "Puff!""Pafu~"



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%%* YouGottaHaveBlueHair
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Puff has pink hair.



* IdentityAmnesia : [[spoiler:When Towa and Haruka find him in episode 35, he doesn't even remember his own name. Nishikido mentions he found an injured Kanata at the beach and since Kanata didn't know who he is or where he comes from, he let him stay and work in the violin workshop. He gets his memories and his powers back in episode 39.]]

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* IdentityAmnesia : IdentityAmnesia: [[spoiler:When Towa and Haruka find him in episode 35, he doesn't even remember his own name. Nishikido mentions he found an injured Kanata at the beach and since Kanata didn't know who he is or where he comes from, he let him stay and work in the violin workshop. He gets his memories and his powers back in episode 39.]]



* BadBoss: Hello? She had the evil Perfume '''drain Twilight's energy'''?

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* BadBoss: Hello? [[spoiler:Hello? She had the evil Perfume '''drain Twilight's energy'''?energy'''?]]


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* OffingTheOffspring: [[spoiler:She does this to Twilight with the evil Perfume. To make matters worse, [[SubvertedTrope Twilight's not even her daughter]]!]]


* BadBoss: Hello? She had the evil Perfume '''drain Twilight's energy'''?



* BreakThemByTalking : Uses this on Towa in episode 22, claiming Towa is the only one responsible for the destruction of Hope Kingdom and heavily implies that [[spoiler:Kanata died while helping her escape from Dysdark. It backfires on her rather spectacularly]].
* TheChessmaster : [[spoiler:She lured Towa to the forest of despair specifically because she knew the princess is the source of hope for her people. Without Towa, the kingdom quickly fell into despair which gave Dyspear enough power to conquer Hope Kingdom]]. She also seems to be fully expecting that the cures will free Hope Kingdom from her influence [[spoiler:and leaves for Earth while the Cures fight with Close]]. And even after [[spoiler:she is defeated by the Cures, fusing with Close caused her will to live on within him, so she technically isn't dead yet]].

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* BreakThemByTalking : BreakThemByTalking: Uses this on Towa in episode 22, claiming Towa is the only one responsible for the destruction of Hope Kingdom and heavily implies that [[spoiler:Kanata died [[spoiler:[[HeroKiller she killed Kanata]] while helping her escape from Dysdark. It backfires on her rather spectacularly]].
* TheChessmaster : TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:She lured Towa to the forest of despair specifically because she knew the princess is the source of hope for her people. Without Towa, the kingdom quickly fell into despair which gave Dyspear enough power to conquer Hope Kingdom]]. She also seems to be fully expecting that the cures will free Hope Kingdom from her influence [[spoiler:and leaves for Earth while the Cures fight with Close]]. And even after [[spoiler:she is defeated by the Cures, fusing with Close caused her will to live on within him, so she technically isn't dead yet]].



* HeroKiller: She gives Towa the impression that she murdered Kanata. [[spoiler:He's actually alive.]]



* {{Determinator}}: Starting in episode 9. [[YouHaveFailedMe Being threatened by your boss]] can do that to you, [[Anime/SailorMoon as previous]] {{Starter Villain}}s [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure can attest]]. Taken UpToEleven when he [[spoiler:comes BackFromTheDead in Episode 31]], where it's shown that not even [[spoiler:''death'']] is going to stop him.

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* {{Determinator}}: Starting in episode 9. [[YouHaveFailedMe Being threatened threatened]] [[BadBoss by your boss]] can do that to you, [[Anime/SailorMoon as previous]] {{Starter Villain}}s [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure can attest]]. Taken UpToEleven when he [[spoiler:comes BackFromTheDead in Episode 31]], where it's shown that not even [[spoiler:''death'']] is going to stop him.


* BeautyBrainsAndBrawn: The beauty to Haruka's brawn and Minami's brains. [[CaptainObvious Does it even need to be said?]]

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* BeautyBrainsAndBrawn: The beauty to Haruka's brawn and Minami's brains. [[CaptainObvious Does it even need to be said?]]said?


* DeadlyUpgrade: [[spoiler:The evil Princess Perfume is made by Dyspear to drain her energy.]]



** In episode 21, she reveals that [[spoiler:giving Twilight a Princess Perfume]] is this, as she fully expects the power to [[CastFromHitPoints drain the life energy of it's user]]. Near the end of the series, she kicks Shut out of Dysdark for his failures.

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** In episode 21, she reveals that [[spoiler:giving [[spoiler:allowing Twilight a to use [[DeadlyUpgrade the fourth Princess Perfume]] Perfume]]]] is this, as she fully expects the power to [[CastFromHitPoints drain the life energy of it's user]]. Near the end of the series, she kicks Shut out of Dysdark for his failures.


* FiveManBand:
** BigBad: Dyspear
** TheDragon: Twilight
** TheBrute: Close
** DarkChick: Shut
** EvilGenius: Lock
** SixthRanger: Stop & Freeze

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The main antagonists of the series.
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!Pretty Cure

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!Pretty Cure!Go! Princess Pretty Cures


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* DespairEventHorizon: Their entire goal is to spread despair throughout the world.
* EnemyCivilWar: It's relatively minor at first, but the main trio of Dys Dark generals really aren't the most cooperative with eachother. [[spoiler:By the end of the season, only Stop and Freeze remained truly outside any of their discourse, albeit, likely for [[AmbiguousRobot unsurprising reasons]].]]



* TerribleTrio: Close, Shut, and Lock are often called the "Three Musketeers."
* ThreePlusTwo: The main trio of Dys Dark generals are joined by Stop and Freeze later into the season, [[spoiler:and technically, it's a one plus three situation thanks to it also being the same moment when Close is revived, and Lock was the first between them to be defeated for good, besides Twilight.]]



* ScarfOfAsskicking: [[spoiler:He wears Lock like one during the ending sequence.]]



* FangsAreEvil: [[RuleOfThree Just like the others]], he has some prominent fangs, as does his ''hood.'' [[spoiler:Though, to be fair, Kuroro having them would make sense due to being a cat.]]



* ScarfOfAsskicking: [[spoiler:This is the last form Lock takes on, wrapped around Shut's neck.]]



* AliceAllusion: While they may not fit the complete criteria, both of them are said to be references to the White Rabbit or March Hare & the Dormouse.



* AsskickingPose: [[ExaggeratedTrope Exaggerated]], where almost all of their screentime has them making outrageous poses together. Heck, when they were ''first born'' they were in a pose.

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* AsskickingPose: [[ExaggeratedTrope Exaggerated]], Exaggerated]] [[UpToEleven to the next infinity]], where almost all of their screentime has them making outrageous poses together. Heck, when they were ''first born'' they were in a pose.separate poses.



* CreepyChild: They’re both born midway through the season, and have child-like voices.

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* CreepyChild: [[CreepyChild Creepy Children]]: They’re both born midway through the season, and have child-like voices.



* CyberCyclops: Possibly, given the ambiguity of what they look like under the helmets.

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* CyberCyclops: [[CyberCyclops Cyber Cyclopes]]: Possibly, given the ambiguity of what they look like under the helmets.



* FlatCharacter: Borderline no characterization for the both of them whatsoever. Then again, this may have been [[FridgeBrilliance intentional.]]

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* FlatCharacter: [[FlatCharacter Flat Characters]]: Borderline no characterization for the both of them whatsoever. Then again, this may have been [[FridgeBrilliance intentional.]]



* LaserGuidedTykebomb: [[spoiler:Born midepisode by Close once he returns.]]

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* LaserGuidedTykebomb: [[LaserGuidedTykeBomb Laser-Guided Tyke-Bombs]]: [[spoiler:Born midepisode by Close once he returns.]]



* NoNonsenseNemesis: No jokes coming from or involving them, and they take their roles seriously, hilarious posing aside.
* OneWingedAngel: [[spoiler:Notable in that they have two. First, they're towering plant-like pillars with only their visors and teeth visible from holes in the pillars, and later during the final battle with Close, they become massive snakes.]]

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* NoNonsenseNemesis: [[NoNonsenseNemesis No-Nonsense Nemeses]]: No jokes coming from or involving them, and they take their roles seriously, hilarious posing aside.
* OneWingedAngel: [[OneWingedAngel One Winged Angels]]: [[spoiler:Notable in that they have two. First, they're towering plant-like pillars with only their visors and teeth visible from holes in the pillars, and later during the final battle with Close, they become massive snakes.]]
* [[PintSizedPowerhouse Pint-Sized Powerhouses]]: They're both barely any taller that the Pretty Cure, yet seem to be the best hand-to-hand combatants amongst the Dys Dark generals.
* [[PlantPerson Plant People]]: Implied to be this, given they are born from seeds and grow out of flowers, [[spoiler:and how their first set of OneWingedAngel forms are towers made of vines.
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* SixthRanger: Both of them join Dys Dark three fifths into the season.

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* SixthRanger: [[SixthRanger Sixth Rangers]]: Both of them join Dys Dark three fifths into the season.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:They're last seen fusing with Close and becoming markings under his eyes, and are never seen or heard of again.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse What Happened to the Rabbit & Mouse?]]: [[spoiler:They're last seen fusing with Close and becoming markings under his eyes, and are never seen or heard of again.again, nor implicated if they're dead or not.]]


* HollywoodGenetics: She has significantly lighter skin than Katana, in spite of being his younger sister. Made further complicated since her mother is shown to have dark skin like Katana, but her father has fair skin, meaning she inherited her skin color from him, which wouldn't make much sense either, since mixed race children usually have the same skin tone as each other, meaning she would have dark skin like Katana.

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* HollywoodGenetics: She has significantly lighter skin than Katana, in spite of being his younger sister. Made further complicated since her mother is shown to have dark skin like Katana, but her father has fair skin, meaning she inherited her skin color from him, which wouldn't make much sense either, since mixed race children siblings usually have the same skin tone as each other, meaning she would have dark skin like Katana.

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