This page lists tropes for the characters of the tokusatsu Magical Girl series, Idol x Warrior Miracle Tunes! from the Girls x Heroine! series. Due to wiki policy, trope names are unmarked and may spoil.
- Played by: Asaka Uchida
A 6th grade student, Kanon is a cheerful and energetic girl who dreams of being an Idol Singer. She gets her wish, but in a very unlikely way.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Call me Kanon!"
- Genki Girl: Kanon is kind, cheerful, and always thinks positively of others. She rarely gets mad at anyone, even if she is being provoked on purpose.
- Girlish Pigtails: Kanon wears her hair in double twin tails.
- Dub Name Change: In the European version, Kanon's name is changed to Julie.
- Heroic BSoD: Kanon's Crystal Jewel is stolen by the Demon King. Not only does she cry for the first time, but the Heroic BSoD also lasts for two more episodes. She becomes weaker to the Negative Aura and later loses her voice altogether.
- Image Song: Kanon has a solo song that she writes during her Lost Voice Plot, titled "Kira Tune!"
- It's All My Fault: Kanon blames herself for losing her Crystal Jewel to the Demon King, saying that she wasn't careful and that she didn't train hard enough.
- Meaningful Name: A canon is a type of musical composition.
- Naïve Everygirl: Kanon has an idealistic view on the world and slowly learns what it means to be an Idol Singer over time.
- Naïve Newcomer: Kanon is not the last person to become an Idol Warrior, but she's very naive and has a strong reaction to transforming for the first time.
- Pink Is Feminine: Kanon's thematic color is pink.
- Plucky Girl: Kanon is brave and won't hesitate to put herself in harm's danger for her friends, family, and fans.
- Played by: Suzuka Adachi
A second year middle school student, Mai is a top Idol Singer who decides to form a Girl Group after being unable to gather Harmony Energy by herself. She is a responsible leader and the girls often look to her for advice.
- The Ace: Mai is a famous Idol Singer who is good at almost anything she does (except for cooking).
- Dub Name Change: In the European version, her name is changed to Emily.
- Idol Singer: Mai was an Idol Singer before forming Miracle2.
- The Leader: Mai is officially the leader of Miracle2 and leads their attacks.
- Lethal Chef: Mai remains blissfully unaware that her cooking is terrible. Episode 6 is even titled "Mai's Cooking Trouble" and Mai spends a good amount of time gleefully baking a disgusting-looking cake. In one episode, Mai also volunteers to make snacks, but Fuka has to persuade her not to.
- Meaningful Name: "Mai" uses the character for "dance."
- Missing Mom: Mai's mother died when she was young. However, that doesn't mean she's completely gone; the Goddess of Music turns out to be Mai's mother the entire time.
- Purple Is Powerful: Mai's thematic color is purple, and she's the leader of the group.
- When You Coming Home, Dad?: Mai's father, Seitaro Kanzaki, is a famous orchestra conductor, but because he is always traveling, he rarely gets a chance to come home.
- Played by: Yuzuha Oda
A first year middle school student, Fuka is a dance prodigy and takes her work as an Idol Singer very seriously, which causes her to clash with Kanon at times.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Call me Fuka!"
- Child Prodigy: Fuka's character description mentions that she is a dance prodigy. In one episode, she defeats a Negative Jeweler with a solo dance battle, and in another, she is scouted to become a dancer in the United States.
- Dub Name Change: In the European version, her name is changed to Jasmine.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Fuka doesn't take to Kanon very kindly at first, and even then she tends to lash out at her. At the same time, she does recognize Kanon as one of her best friends.
- Parental Abandonment: Fuka's parents are doctors who work abroad and she rarely gets to see them. This is sometimes a source of friction between her and Kanon.
- Raised by Grandparents: Because both of Fuka's parents work abraod, Fuka lives with her grandparents.
- Refusal of the Call: Fuka refuses to become an Idol Warrior at first, but she changes her mind when a teacher from her elementary school turns into a Negative Jeweler.
- Tomboy: Out of the rest of Miracle2, Fuka rarely wears dresses or skirts in her daily life. In episode 7, when Kojiro takes them out to shop for clothes, she is the only one who hates the trip and considers it a waste of time.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: ... but at the end of episode 7, Fuka happily glows up with the rest of Miracle2, showing that she's not opposed to being fashionable, especially with Kojiro's encouragement.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: Fuka is the only member in Miracle2 who wears her hair in one singular ponytail. Kanon wears twin tails, while Mai, Akari, and Hikari have their hair in half up-dos. It's also fitting since Fuka is the Tomboy of the group.
- Tsundere: Fuka's attitude is very prickly, but she warms up to Miracle2 quickly. In one episode, Akari tells Kanon that Fuka was secretly looking forward to playing board games with her, even though Fuka denies it.
- True Blue Femininity: Fuka's thematic color is blue.
- Played by: Rina Usukura
A first year middle school student, Akari is Hikari's older sister and one half of the pop duo KariKari. Akari is Hot-Blooded and passionate about fighting for her friends.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: In episode 17, Akari's first response to stopping the Negative Jeweler is to hit the Miracle Tambourine repeatedly against Mai's warnings.
- But Not Too Foreign: Akari came from the United States, but she's fully Japanese.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Call me Akari!"
- Determinator: Akari's character description mentions that she is competitive and unwilling to go down without a fight, even by reckless means.
- Don't Think, Feel: Akari says this word-for-word when she tries to take on a Negative Jeweler with kung fu after only watching a Bruce Lee movie.
- Dub Name Change: In the European version, Akari's name is changed to Charlotte.
- Gold and White Are Divine: Akari's thematic color is gold.
- Gratuitous English: Akari's character is supposed to be a returnee from the United States, and therefore she says random English words sometimes. However, some of the time, they don't make sense, such as when KariKari say, "Fine, thank you!" for no reason at all.
- Hot-Blooded: Her character description mentions she can be passionate about fighting for her friends and she doesn't take losing easily.
- Meaningful Name: Akari means "bright."
- Sixth Ranger: Akari's thematic color is gold and she uses a different set of weapons than Kanon, Mai, and Fuka: the Miracle Brace and Miracle Tambourine.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Akari is afraid of earthworms, which causes her to turn down a photoshoot for Lovely Farm, farming magazine.
- Played by: Mio Nishiyama
A first year middle school student, Hikari is Akari's younger sister and one half of the pop duo KariKari. She is a perfectionist with her work, but at home, she relaxes, wearing glasses and a jersey.
- But Not Too Foreign: Hikari came from the United States, but she's fully Japanese.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Call me Hikari!"
- Dub Name Change: In the European version, her name is changed to Sophia.
- Gratuitous English: Hikari's character is supposed to be a returnee from the United States, and therefore she says random English words sometimes. However, some of the time, they don't make sense, such as when KariKari say, "Fine, thank you!" for no reason at all.
- Meaningful Name: Hikari means "light."
- Meganekko: Hikari wears glasses when she relaxes at home.
- The Perfectionist: Hikari is very particular about her work as an Idol Singer and often gives suggestions on how they can perform better.
- Sixth Ranger: Hikari's thematic color is silver and she uses a different set of weapons than Kanon, Mai, and Fuka: the Miracle Brace and Miracle Tambourine.
- Stepford Smiler: Hikari is very professional about her work and will accept almost any job even if she doesn't like it. When Akari rejects a photoshoot in a farming magazine, Hikari gets disappointed and admits that she's tired of being an Idol Singer because it seems like she's the only one who works really hard and it goes unnoticed.