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* DoWellButNotPerfect: Sage has this happen by mistake. Since she pursued the wrong Wisher at first, even when her mistake was corrected, she didn't collect as much Wish energy as she could have.


** Glowfur songs are passed around to every glowfur that hears them, and can calm and relax Starlings, and the Song of Secrets can reveal deep truths. In Gemma's book, Lady Stella and Indirra compose a song this way to reach Itty, who alerts the other Star Darlings to where they are.

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** Glowfur songs are passed around to every glowfur that hears them, and can calm and relax Starlings, and the Song of Secrets can reveal deep truths. In Gemma's book, Lady Stella and Indirra compose a song this way to reach Itty, who alerts the other Star Darlings to where they are.


* DeusExMachina: Unlike the other Star Darlings, Adora, Clover and Gemma discover their special powers only in time to save their Wish Missions.

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* DeusExMachina: Unlike the other Star Darlings, Adora, Clover and Gemma discover their special powers only in time to save their Wish Missions.

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* DeusExMachina: Unlike the other Star Darlings, Adora, Clover and Gemma discover their special powers only in time to save their Wish Missions.


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* StrictlyFormula: The twelve Star Darlings' Wish Missions play out like this: A) Star Darling finds Wisher B) Star Darling makes mistake because of personal hurdle C) Another Star Darling comes to help and offer insight D) Star Darling's special power saves the day E) Mission is successful.


* WishUponAStar: Wish-on-a-star motifs are common throughout the franchise, particularly in how the Star Darlings get to Earth as well as the songs.

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* WishUponAStar: WishUponAShootingStar: Wish-on-a-star motifs are common throughout the franchise, particularly in how the Star Darlings get to Earth as well as the songs.

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* WishUponAStar: Wish-on-a-star motifs are common throughout the franchise, particularly in how the Star Darlings get to Earth as well as the songs.


* CassandraTruth: Cassie tries repeatedly to warn everyone about the flowers, but isn't believed until she gets Starling botanists to look at them.

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* CassandraTruth: Cassie tries repeatedly to warn everyone about the negative energy flowers, but isn't believed until she gets Starling botanists to look at them.


* FantasticSlurs: They call humans "wishlings" and Earth "Wishworld", which could be a shout out to racism and ethnic slurs, and it is basically an ethnic slur.

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* FantasticSlurs: They call humans "wishlings" and Earth "Wishworld", which could be a shout out to racism and ethnic slurs, and it is basically an ethnic slur.

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** ''Stealing Starlight'' ends with Lady Stella discovering the prophecy about the Dark Starling and assuming it must be Vivica.

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* BrokenRecord: In "Super Stars" Leona constantly sings ''Starlight'' while vacuuming.


* CutShort: The books were canceled in January 2017 with three planned books being shelved, the webseries last aired in late 2016, and Jakks Pacific has ceased producing the toys. The books that were canceled, ''Star-Crossed Summer'', ''Dark Starling'', and ''One Star Too Far'', would have continued dangling plot threads from ''Stealing Starlight''.

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* CutShort: The books were canceled in January 2017 with three planned books being shelved, the webseries last aired in late 2016, and Jakks Pacific has ceased producing the toys. The books that were canceled, ''Star-Crossed Summer'', ''Dark Starling'', and ''One Star Too Far'', would have continued dangling plot threads from ''Stealing Starlight''.Starlight'', which ends on a cliffhanger.

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* PimpedOutDress: [[https://i.imgur.com/majg33h.jpg This wallpaper]] shows Sage, Libby, Leona, Scarlet, and Vega in Disney Princess-esque ballgowns.


* {{Uncoffee}}: Starland has [[MeaningfulName Zing]], which is brewed from leaves like tea according to the official guide, but serves all the purposes of coffee.

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* {{Uncoffee}}: Starland has [[MeaningfulName Zing]], which is brewed from leaves like tea according to the official guide, tea, but serves all the purposes of coffee.


* CutShort: The books were canceled in January 2017 with three planned books being shelved, the webseries last aired in late 2016, and Jakks Pacific has ceased producing the toys. The books that were canceled, ''Star-Crossed Summer'', ''Dark Starling'', and ''One Star Too Far'', would have continued dangling plot threads from ''Stealing Starlight''.



* CutShort: The books were canceled in January 2017 with three planned books being shelved, the webseries last aired in late 2016, and Jakks Pacific has ceased producing the toys. The books that were canceled, ''Star-Crossed Summer'', ''Dark Starling'', and ''One Star Too Far'', would have continued dangling plot threads from ''Stealing Starlight''.

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