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* SpoiledSweet: Cinderella, as she gets more CharacterDevelopment. [[spoiler:Anastasia]] becomes one of these, too.

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* PrincessProtagonist: Cinderella, now a princess, is the heroine of the story, though she has less focus than in the first movie.


* BookOnTheHead: In '''Aim to Please''', Cinderella learn to dance with four books on the head. Because she have to answer to a test at the same time, she finally trip. Moments later, while dancing how she wants, Cinderella manage to keep two books on her head this time.

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* BookOnTheHead: In '''Aim to Please''', Cinderella learn learns to dance with four books on the her head. Because she have also has to answer to a test at the same time, she finally trip. eventually trips. Moments later, while dancing how she wants, Cinderella manage manages to successfully keep two books on her head this time.head.

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* BookOnTheHead: In '''Aim to Please''', Cinderella learn to dance with four books on the head. Because she have to answer to a test at the same time, she finally trip. Moments later, while dancing how she wants, Cinderella manage to keep two books on her head this time.


* RecycledAnimation: Some sequences in the FramingDevice seem recycled from a scene in the first movie, in which the mice make Cinderella a ballgown.



* StockFootage: Some sequences in the FramingDevice seem recycled from a scene in the first movie, in which the mice make Cinderella a ballgown.

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* CastingGag: It's not the first time Creator/ChristopherDanielBarnes has played a prince [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid before]].


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* MeaningfulName: Countess Le Grande in the second story and [[FatGirl she is indeed very grand.]]


* {{Ojou}}: Prudence.



* {{Ojou}}: Prudence.


* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Cinderella gently accuses her council for the Spring Festival of this in "A Tall Tail". One of the members suggests moving it to Summer, and another proposes forbidding children from attending. After Cinderella reminds them that it wouldn't become a Spring Festival, or a way to entertain the children, all the [[YesMan Yes-Men]] in the council support her.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Cinderella gently accuses her council for the Spring Festival of this in "A Tall Tail". One of the members suggests moving it to Summer, summer, and another proposes forbidding children from attending. After Cinderella reminds them that it wouldn't become a Spring Festival, or a way to entertain the children, all the [[YesMan Yes-Men]] in the council support her.



* DistaffCounterpart: Pom Pom, the cat who lives at the palace, is the female equivalent of Lucifer. [[spoiler: And at the end of Disney/CinderellaIIDreamsComeTrue they meet, fall in love and go hunt on the mice ''together''. A double nightmare for the mice.]]

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* DistaffCounterpart: Pom Pom, the cat who lives at the palace, is the female equivalent of Lucifer. [[spoiler: And [[spoiler:And at the end of Disney/CinderellaIIDreamsComeTrue they meet, fall in love and go hunt on the mice ''together''. A double nightmare for the mice.]]]]
* DramaticIrony: A woman absolutely terrified of mice falls for Jaq while he's a human.



* HughMann: Almost literally in "Tall Tail"; Human!Jaq's attempt to say "I'm human!" to Cinderella gets interrupted and causes people to think he's "Sir Hugh".

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* HughMann: Almost literally in "Tall Tail"; Human!Jaq's attempt to say "I'm human!" to Cinderella gets interrupted and causes people to think he's his name is "Sir Hugh".



* TheMakeover: "An Uncommon Romance" has one for both Anastasia and Lucifer before they meet their respective love interests.
* MakeoverMontage: TheMakeover is shown through this subtrope

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* TheMakeover: MakeoverMontage: "An Uncommon Romance" has one for both Anastasia and Lucifer before they meet their respective love interests.
* MakeoverMontage: TheMakeover is shown through this subtrope
interests.



* RememberTheNewGuy: The introduction of Jaq's girlfriend, Mary, as one of Cinderella's closest animal friends can feel a little abrupt, since the first movie referred to none of the female mice by name. (Books about ''Cinderella'' characters refer to two of them as Suzy and Perla, but still don't mention a Mary.)

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* RememberTheNewGuy: The introduction of Jaq's girlfriend, Mary, as one of Cinderella's closest animal friends can feel a little abrupt, since the first movie referred to none of the female mice by name. name (Books about ''Cinderella'' characters refer to two of them as Suzy and Perla, but still don't mention a Mary.)Mary). At least they took her color palette from one of the background mice seen occasionally throughout the original film, {{downplay|edTrope}}ing the trope in a way that can't often be done.



* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: Beatrice and Daphne.
* TitleDrop: Not the ''exact'' title, but the last story ends with Cinderella telling Anastasia, "Dreams ''do'' come true!", as Anastasia and the baker dance together.

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* [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: Beatrice and Daphne.
Daphne, Cinderella's ladies-in-waiting at the castle.
* TitleDrop: Not quite the ''exact'' title, but the last story ends with Cinderella telling Anastasia, "Dreams ''do'' come true!", as Anastasia and the baker dance together.



* TheUnSmile: How Anastasia "smiled" before her [[TheMakeover makeover]].

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* TheUnSmile: How Anastasia "smiled" before her [[TheMakeover makeover]]. It's enough to make Lucifer hiss at her.


** During the meeting about the Spring Festival, Jaq is accidently picked up by a woman, who ''really freaks out'' in response, to the bewilderment of Cinderella.

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** During the meeting about the Spring Festival, Jaq is accidently accidentally picked up by a woman, who ''really freaks out'' in response, to the bewilderment of Cinderella.


* OhCrap: The King's understandably shocked by Cinderella's actions when he enters the ballroom towards the end of "Aim to Please".



* OhCrap: The King's understandably shocked by Cinderella's actions when he enters the ballroom towards the end of "Aim to Please".

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* OhCrap: The King's understandably shocked by Cinderella's actions when he enters the ballroom towards the end of "Aim to Please".


* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: Much like in the page image, Cinderella is forced to wear a rather uncomfortable gown in "Aim to Please".

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* ImpossiblyTackyClothes: Much like in the page image, Cinderella is forced to wear a rather uncomfortable overdone gown in "Aim to Please".Please". All the ribbons on it make Cinderella say she looks like a gift-wrapped present.



* PaletteSwap: Cinderella wears several slightly modified versions of her classic ballgown throughout the movie.

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* PaletteSwap: Cinderella wears several slightly modified versions of her [[PimpedOutDress classic ballgown ballgown]] throughout the movie.movie, with the most common change being different colors.



* TheUnSmile: How Anastasia "smiled" before her [[TheMakeover makeover]].

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* TheUnSmile: How Anastasia "smiled" before her [[TheMakeover makeover]].makeover]].
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