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* PinkGirlBlueBoy: His karategi is blue, and he's a fan of the SuperSentai genre.

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* PinkGirlBlueBoy: His karategi is blue, and he's a fan of the SuperSentai {{Sentai}} genre.


* UsefulNotes/AustralianAccent: General Australian, with a few Broad inflections here and there and a moderately Broad vocabulary.


* SpiritedYoungLady: She's upper middle class.


* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Respectively pink, red, yellow, green, and blue.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Respectively pink, red, yellow, green, and blue. It even shows in their respective neck ribbons on those occasions where they wear the standard Altair uniform, [[NonUniformUniform or else a variation thereof]].


* JapanesePronouns: In the first person, she has a tendency to use "boku" in the first person when around boys (particularly Hitomi) and "atashi" in the first person otherwise (particularly around Saeko). Interestingly, in episode 6, she uses "atashi" almost exclusively (save for when she's calling Hitomi on her cell phone at the start of the episode). As for second person pronouns, she uses "omae" towards Hitomi and some of her other karate classmates, as well as her younger brother, and "anata" otherwise.


* EveryonesBabySister: Particularly during baseball games. Even the Astros manager made no attempt to hide his extreme displeasure towards Tony Gottfried for plunking her.



* EveryonesBabySister: Particularly during baseball games. Even the Astros manager made no attempt to hide his extreme displeasure towards Tony Gottfried for plunking her.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: A mild example. She's got enough of a grudge against the Canadians to use an ethnic slur to refer to them, and the grudge is hinted to originate from something [[ThinlyVeiledDubCountryChange not quite petty]]. She also invokes "Flavour 2 {{Eagleland}}er" stereotypes from time to time, sometimes as a method of {{troll}}ing those cheerleaders and baseballers who happen to be American exchange students.


* TheCheerleader: She becomes a part-time cheerleader for Altair Tigers baseball games early on. Of course, [[AvertedTrope she and the other Roaring Tigresses are more sympathetic (not to mention more realistic) than most examples of this]] (and are extremely popular with the school because of it), which is lampshaded when her friends are shocked upon hearing the news that she made it.
-->'''Tsumugi''': Hey, if you think all cheerleaders are either shallow or malevolent, you've obviously been watching too much television. You think cheerleading is all fun and games? The squad captain begs to differ. SeriousBusiness, people! That's her mantra: SeriousBusiness!


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* PomPomGirl: She joins Altair Private Academy's Roaring Tigresses cheer squad in chapter 8 (she had been attending tryouts since at least some time before chapter 2). While a bit rough on the edges, being a tomboy and all, she does make a point of making it clear that cheerleading is not something to be taken lightly and is in fact as much a sport as, for example, baseball.

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* BattleBaton: Her main weapon is a single club that looks like a cross between a traditional rhythmic gymnastics club apparatus, a marching band majorette's baton, and [[Franchise/SailorMoon the Cutie Moon Rod]].

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* BoyishShortHair: A rare character who plays it straight in this series.


* BagOfHolding: Her purse. As she puts it in episode 6:
-->'''Tsumugi''': Surprised, Saeko? You should be; this clown car of a purse can even hold a Super Hi-Vision home theatre ensemble if I had the budget for it!

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* BagOfHolding: Her purse. As she puts it in episode 6:\n-->'''Tsumugi''': Surprised, Saeko? You should be; this clown car of a purse can even hold a Super Hi-Vision home theatre ensemble if I had the budget for it!



* SheCleansUpNicely: Just look at her mermaid costume from episode 19. She even has her hair down and [[HairDecorations decorated appropriately]].

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Just look at her mermaid costume from episode 19.27. She even has her hair down and [[HairDecorations decorated appropriately]].



* {{Troll}}: She'll sometimes bring mischief on her friends for the lulz. Lampshaded in episode 8.
-->'''Hitomi''': Why are we dressed as [[PlayboyBunny bunny girls]]?\\
'''Tsumugi''': Because I felt like it.\\
'''Hitomi''': [[CallBack And I suppose you also thought forcing me to wear a pink skirt during our "Girls' Day Out" last Sunday was funny?]]\\
'''Tsumugi''': Yeah, that, too.



* PaperThinDisguise: As an art teacher at Altair. Her (rather inappropriate for the occasion) disguise as a ballet dancer in episode 19 doesn't even try to hide her bust.

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* PaperThinDisguise: As an art teacher at Altair. Her (rather inappropriate for the occasion) disguise as a ballet dancer in episode 19 27 doesn't even try to hide her bust.


* AwesomeMcCoolname: Let's face it, according to her full name she's named after [[Franchise/SailorMoon two]] [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Wolverine}} superheroes]].

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Let's face it, according to her full name she's named after [[Franchise/SailorMoon two]] [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Wolverine}} [[ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} superheroes]].


* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Done visually whenever he's wearing a leotard without a skirt so as to avert FanDisservice, which much to his embarrassment is itself invoked InUniverse on at least two occasions.
-->'''Tsumugi''': And for God's sake, mate, put a skirt on!



* MagicSkirt: Played straight with the pink skirt he wears in episode 6, as well as his Cure Twirl costume. His school/rhythmic gymnastics uniform, on the other hand, incorporates a skirt that follows the laws of physics to the letter (thus averting this trope), though it's quite clearly attached to a leotard.

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* MagicSkirt: Played straight with the pink skirt he wears in episode 6, Done to avert ArtisticLicenseBiology as well much as his Cure Twirl costume. His school/rhythmic gymnastics uniform, on the other hand, incorporates a skirt that follows the laws of physics to the letter (thus averting this trope), though it's quite clearly attached to a leotard.possible.



* PlayboyBunny: He wears this costume at one point in episode 8.



* TightsUnderShorts: Some of her outfits, most notably her school/rhythmic gymnastics uniform, her cheerleader uniform (which she also wears during the ending video), and her Cure costume, incorporate this. A flashback in episode 3 reveals that she wore this very often when she was younger.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Saeko's girly girl. Also the tomboy to her mother Kazuko's girly girl.

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* TightsUnderShorts: Some of her outfits, most notably her school/rhythmic gymnastics uniform, her cheerleader uniform (which she also wears during the ending video), and her Cure costume, incorporate this. A flashback in episode 3 reveals that she wore this very often when she was younger.
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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: TomboyAndGirlyGirl:
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Tomboy to Saeko's girly girl. Also the tomboy girl.
** Girly girl
to her mother Kazuko's Izumi's tomboy.
** Tomboy to Yukari's
girly girl.



* TownGirls: In a mixed gender example, the butch to Saeko's femme and Hitomi's neither.

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* TownGirls: TownGirls:
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In a mixed gender example, the butch to Saeko's femme and Hitomi's neither.neither.
** The butch to Izumi's neither and Yukari's femme.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: In episode 3, when her ballet class is disrupted, she goes on the offensive and gets in several punches even before she first becomes Cure Sphere. She also exhibits this behavior in several later episodes.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: In episode 3, when She's very sweet and feminine, but that doesn't mean she's a weakling; she will ''pulverize'' you if you provoke her ballet class is disrupted, she goes on the offensive and gets in several punches even before she first becomes Cure Sphere. She also exhibits this behavior in several later episodes.just enough.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Fears of drowning (which, fortunately for her, will not happen while she's a Pretty Cure) and getting dirty aside, she's one hell of a competent fighter as a Pretty Cure.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Fears of drowning (which, ([[SuperNotDrowningSkills which, fortunately for her, will not happen while she's a Pretty Cure) Cure]]) and getting dirty aside, she's one hell of a competent fighter as a Pretty Cure.



* HiddenDepths: As revealed during the crossover with ''Anime/SailorMoonCrystal'', she likes FirstPersonShooter games as long as they're not too violent. Oddly enough, she also enjoys ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'', which is just about as violent as it gets.



* TownGirls: The femme to Hikari's butch and Yasu's neither. Also, in a mixed gender example, the femme to Tsumugi's butch and Hitomi's neither.

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* TownGirls: The femme to Hikari's butch and Yasu's neither. Also, in TownGirls:
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a mixed gender example, the femme to Tsumugi's butch and Hitomi's neither.
** The femme to Hikari's butch and Yasu's
neither.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Girly girl to Izumi's tomboy.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: TomboyAndGirlyGirl:
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Girly girl to Izumi's tomboy.
** Girly girl to Tsumugi's
tomboy.



* TownGirls: The femme to Tsumugi's butch and Izumi's neither.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Yukari's girly girl.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: TomboyAndGirlyGirl:
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Tomboy to Yukari's girly girl.girl.
** Tomboy to Tsumugi's girly girl. That's right, she manages to out-tomboy ''Tsumugi''.
* TownGirls: The neither to Tsumugi's butch and Izumi's femme.


* ThighHighBoots: The only one to sport a pair of these in her Cure form instead of ballet slippers.


* DetachedSleeves: Worn with her tutu as an IdolSinger.



* DetachedSleeves: Worn with his tutu.



* DetachedSleeves: Worn with her tutu.



* TheSmartGal
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses
* TrueBlueFemininity

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* %%* TheSmartGal
* %%* SmartPeopleWearGlasses
* %%* TrueBlueFemininity



* TheBigGal
* DetachedSleeves: Worn with her tutu.
* DumbAndDrummer: Defied.

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* %%* TheBigGal
* DetachedSleeves: Worn with her tutu.
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%%* DumbAndDrummer: Defied.



* DetachedSleeves: What her "[[OperaGloves winter gloves]]" don't cover, these will.



* DetachedSleeves: Her Delta Mercury costume incorporates a pair, and it adds to the ballerina feel of the ensemble.

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