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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Zigzagged in a PG variant. Hazel constantly attempting enchant Almond over loving her is never looked down upon, but that doesn't mean she receives no repercussion from them. She [[CharacterDevelopment grows out of it]] and luckily never succeeds.

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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Zigzagged in a PG variant. Hazel constantly attempting to enchant Almond over into loving her is never looked down upon, on, but that doesn't mean she receives no repercussion from them.repercussions. She [[CharacterDevelopment grows out of it]] and luckily never succeeds.


* {{Shoujo}}

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* {{Shoujo}}{{Shoujo}}: Notable for being one of the only works in the ''Pokémon'' franchise aimed at this demographic, as opposed to being {{Shonen}} or {{Kodomomuke}}.


* EdibleThemeNaming: Many of the characters (Hazel, Almond, Coconut, Peanut, Pistachio, Walnut) are named after nuts. A few of the other characters (Ginger, Apricot, Plum, Caraway) are named after foods other than nuts.



* EdibleThemeNaming: Many of the characters (Hazel, Almond, Coconut, Peanut, Pistachio, Walnut) are named after nuts. A few of the other characters (Ginger, Apricot, Plum, Caraway) are named after foods other than nuts.


* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale[=/=]DoubleStandardRapeSciFi: Hazel constantly attempting to feed various {{Love Potion}}s to Almond is never treated as anything more than amusing slapstick comedy (especially when the potion blows up or something). She [[CharacterDevelopment grows out of it]] and luckily never succeeds.

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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale[=/=]DoubleStandardRapeSciFi: DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Zigzagged in a PG variant. Hazel constantly attempting to feed various {{Love Potion}}s to enchant Almond over loving her is never treated as anything more than amusing slapstick comedy (especially when the potion blows up or something). looked down upon, but that doesn't mean she receives no repercussion from them. She [[CharacterDevelopment grows out of it]] and luckily never succeeds.succeeds.
* DoubleStandardRapeSciFi: Subverted. Hazel tried to win Almond's heart by trying to feed him various {{Love Potion}}s, but it results in nothing more than amusing slapstick comedy (like when the potion blows up on her face).



* OlderThanTheyLook: Ginger is Coconut's [[spoiler:grandmother]], but looks young enough to pass herself off as an older sister.
** Cashew looks around the same age as Hazel but frets that she's getting too old to be married.



* [[TalkingAnimal Talking Pokémon]]

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* [[TalkingAnimal Talking Pokémon]]
TalkingAnimal: Zigzagged. The Pokémon seems to talk, but their speeches are translated from their cries.
* YoungerThanTheyLook:
** Ginger is Coconut's [[spoiler:grandmother]], but looks young enough to pass herself off as an older sister.
** Cashew looks around the same age as Hazel but frets that she's getting too old to be married.


* IThoughtThatWas: It's not a MagicalGirl series.


Tsukirino also wrote a sequel entitled ''Pokemon Chamo Chamo Pretty''. Both series are complete.

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Tsukirino also wrote a sequel entitled ''Pokemon Chamo Chamo Pretty''.Pretty'', which is a ''very loose adaptation'' of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. Both series are complete.


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* LighterAndSofter: The most lighthearted ones compared to other Pokemon manga.

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* AttackOfTheTownFestival: In "Panic at the Cherry Blossom Festival!!", a very drunk Dodrio goes on a rampage at a cherry blossom festival the main characters are attending.


* DistressBall: Hazel gets thrown this in "Clefairy Comes Through." When Arbok tries to attack Hazel, she needs Clefairy to save her despite the fact that she's wearing her invincibility clothes.



* DistressBall: Hazel gets thrown this in "Clefairy Comes Through." When Arbok tries to attack Hazel, she needs Clefairy to save her despite the fact that she's wearing her invincibility clothes.

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* CookingDuel: One occurs between Brock and Jigglypuff in one of the anime crossover comics.

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* FlowerFromTheMountaintop: Happens twice in the series. The first is in "Party Time!" where Jigglypuff attempts to get a giant flower off the side of a cliff and fails. The second occurs in "Apricot's Valentine," where Walnut, Almond, Pikachu, and Marimaru get a stone flower off a spiky mountain for a couple of Larvitar brothers who want to give it to a female Larvitar.


* Shapeshifting: Master Ditto and the various other Dittos that show up in the series are naturally all capable of this.

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* Shapeshifting: Master Ditto and the various other Dittos that show up in the series are naturally all capable of this.

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