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* EveryEpisodeEnding: The episodes generally end with the titular band performing in concert.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Mark's addiction to Gramorr's wand in "Amateur Hour" is something like an addiction to drugs. He becomes uncontrollable when he holds it for too long, refuses to stop using it, and passes out for hours after it is destroyed.

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* SecretIdentity: Iris has to keep her princess life a secret to everyone, even her adoptive family.


** Mephisto himself is named after the demon in Main/{{Faust}}.

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** Mephisto himself is named after the demon in Main/{{Faust}}.Myth/{{Faust}}.


* AnachronicOrder: According to some of the dialogue, the episodes were not released in occurring order- summer is referred to after the Halloween episode, and Auriana references, in "Spellbound", a music video they made before they made their first one in Season 2's "I Want My LTV".

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* AnachronicOrder: According to some of the dialogue, the episodes were not released in occurring order- chronological order -- summer is referred to after the Halloween episode, and Auriana references, in "Spellbound", a music video they made before they made their first one in Season 2's "I Want My LTV".



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The kingdoms all seem to have their own colours- pink for Ephedia, orange for Volta, blue for Xeris, purple for Calix, and green for Borealis. There's also two unknown regions with yellow and red magic, based on other characters we see.

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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: The kingdoms all seem to have their own colours- colours -- pink for Ephedia, orange for Volta, blue for Xeris, purple for Calix, and green for Borealis. There's also two unknown regions with yellow and red magic, based on other characters we see.



* ComicBookAdaptation: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style dessinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially the first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.



* PhantomZone: When fighting in a public place and/or against some big monster, Amaru can provide an arena in another dimension to avoid any causalities.

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* PhantomZone: When fighting in a public place and/or against some big monster, Amaru can provide an arena in another dimension to avoid any causalities.casualties.



* ResetButton: Gets pressed in Princess Brenda Part II in order to [[spoiler: stop Mephisto and Praxina's victory, as they'd encased people Iris loves in crystals forever. She goes back to the start of the previous episode, erasing Nathaniel's memory of learning TheMasquerade]].

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* ResetButton: Gets pressed in Princess "Princess Brenda Part II II" in order to [[spoiler: stop [[spoiler:stop Mephisto and Praxina's victory, as they'd encased people Iris loves in crystals forever. She goes back to the start of the previous episode, erasing Nathaniel's memory of learning TheMasquerade]].



** In "Sirens", the Princesses reach a sunken ship to rescue a character who had previously been there. After they fill the ship with air, that character asks them how they did that. Iris states that it was really complicated and that they had to use ping-pong balls. This is a reference to a [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Donald Duck]] story by Creator/CarlBarks, where a sunken ship was risen by lowering a hose from the surface and pumping it with ping-pong balls.

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** In "Sirens", the Princesses reach a sunken ship to rescue a character who had previously been there. After they fill the ship with air, that character asks them how they did that. Iris states that it was really complicated and that they had to use ping-pong balls. This is a reference to a [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Donald Duck]] story by Creator/CarlBarks, where a sunken ship was risen raised by lowering a hose from the surface and pumping it with full of ping-pong balls.



** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[{{MTV}} "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].

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** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY My LTV" is [[{{MTV}} "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].



* SymbolMotifClothing: In addition to ColorCodedForYourConvenience, each kingdom (and by extension, princess) has a symbol that is found on their clothing (including the non-royal people)- a Pink HeartSymbol and a red, pink, or white four-pointed star (red on the King) for Ephedia, an orange crescent moon for Volta, a green FleurDeLis for Borealis, blue diamonds for Xeris, and a purple compass rose for Calix.

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* SymbolMotifClothing: In addition to ColorCodedForYourConvenience, each kingdom (and by extension, princess) has a symbol that is found on their clothing (including the non-royal people)- people) -- a Pink HeartSymbol and a red, pink, or white four-pointed star (red on the King) for Ephedia, an orange crescent moon for Volta, a green FleurDeLis for Borealis, blue diamonds for Xeris, and a purple compass rose for Calix.



* WorldHealingWave: Crops up in the season finales. The first comes when [[spoiler: the five princesses heal the crystallised citizens of Iris's hometown]]. The second is on a smaller scale- [[spoiler: it only affects Ephedia's castle, and comes after Gramorr is defeated]].
* YouKeepUsingThatWord: [=LoliRock=] has repeatedly been called a rock band- they do pop and dance music.

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* WorldHealingWave: Crops up in the season finales. The first comes when [[spoiler: the five princesses heal the crystallised citizens of Iris's hometown]]. The second is on a smaller scale- scale -- [[spoiler: it only affects Ephedia's castle, and comes after Gramorr is defeated]].
* YouKeepUsingThatWord: [=LoliRock=] has repeatedly been called a rock band- band -- they do pop and dance music.


** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[MTV "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].

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** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[MTV [[{{MTV}} "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].


** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[MTV's slogan "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].

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** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[MTV's slogan [[MTV "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].

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** A couple of the English episode titles are music references: "I Want MY LTV" is [[MTV's slogan "I Want My MTV"]], "No Thanks for the Memories" from FallOutBoy's "Thanks for the Memories", "Strawberry Fields for Never" is from "Strawberry Fields Forever" by TheBeatles, "Musical Magical Tour" again The Beatles "Magical Musical Tour", "Stop in the Name of Lev" is from "Stop in the Name of Love" by TheSupremes, "Talia and Kyle Sitting in a Tree" is from a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_song#Game_songs popular kids' song]].

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: Where is Sunny Bay? Presumably, it is in a coastal American state judging by the [[EverytownAmerica name, geography and generic architecture alone]]. Real places are never mentioned, except for the planet Earth itself. Even Ephedia has more place names known.


* {{Novelization}}: As is the trend in France for popular kids properties, La bibliothèque rose is steadily pumping out novelizations of each episode even though there hsa been no word on the show's future development. At the moment, there are a total of 17 books written and/or planned to be released.

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* {{Novelization}}: As is the trend in France for popular kids properties, La bibliothèque rose is steadily pumping out novelizations of each episode even though there hsa has been no word on the show's future development. At the moment, there are a total of 17 books written and/or planned to be released.


* Novelization: As is the trend in France for popular kids properties, La bibliothèque rose is steadily pumping out novelizations of each episode even though there hsa been no word on the show's future development. At the moment, there are a total of 17 books written and/or planned to be released.

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* Novelization: {{Novelization}}: As is the trend in France for popular kids properties, La bibliothèque rose is steadily pumping out novelizations of each episode even though there hsa been no word on the show's future development. At the moment, there are a total of 17 books written and/or planned to be released.


* ComicBookAdaption: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.

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* ComicBookAdaption: ComicBookAdaptation: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.


* Comic-BookAdaption: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.

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* Comic-BookAdaption: ComicBookAdaption: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.

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* Comic-BookAdaption: Four episodes have been adapted into bande desinée-style comics: "To Find a Princess," "Batty," "Sirens" and "Shanila Surprise." They were illustrated by Marco Albiero, are amazingly faithful to the show's art style, and are incredibly hard to find, especially first and last volumes. Also, they were only released in French.


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* Novelization: As is the trend in France for popular kids properties, La bibliothèque rose is steadily pumping out novelizations of each episode even though there hsa been no word on the show's future development. At the moment, there are a total of 17 books written and/or planned to be released.


** In "Sirens", the Princesses reach a sunken ship to rescue a character who had previously been there. After they fill the ship with air, that character asks them how they did that. Iris states that it was really complicated and that they had to use ping-pong balls. This is a reference to a [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Donald Duck]] story where a sunken ship was risen by lowering a hose from the surface and pumping it with ping-pong balls.

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** In "Sirens", the Princesses reach a sunken ship to rescue a character who had previously been there. After they fill the ship with air, that character asks them how they did that. Iris states that it was really complicated and that they had to use ping-pong balls. This is a reference to a [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Donald Duck]] story by Creator/CarlBarks, where a sunken ship was risen by lowering a hose from the surface and pumping it with ping-pong balls.

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