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This is the hub character sheet for Jewelpet. The majority of the characters have been moved to specific pages listed below, while recurring characters are found in the folders further below.

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    Jewel Landians 

Jewelina

Voiced by: Ao Takahashi (Twinkle), Yuko Minaguchi (Sunshine), Nozomi Sasaki (Kira Deco), Aki Toyosaki (Happiness)

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Happiness version.
In all seasons that she appears in, Jewelina is the God and ruler of Jewel Land. She's also the creator of the Jewelpets; the reason why she created them varies from season to season.

In Jewelpet Twinkle, she created the Jewelpets a long time ago from the positive traits of humans. She also created the Jewel Star Grand Prix. She was the one who sent Fealina to Earth, where she met the man who'd become the father of her children. Alma thinks Jewelina is responsible for Fealina's death and wants to take revenge against her.

In Jewelpet Sunshine, there's much more emphasis put on her maternal status towards the Jewelpets. She's fairly immature and can be over-dramatic, but takes any threat to Jewel Land quite seriously.

In Jewelpet Kira Deco!, Jewelina created the Jewelpets through the Mirror Ball so she had someone to dance Go-Go with. However, when the Mirror Ball was destroyed and the Deco Stones were scattered all over Jewel Land, her sadness turned her into stone.

In Jewelpet Happiness, Jewelina is the young ruler of Jewel Land and the Headmaster of the Jewel Academy, who gives Ruby and her friends the Magical Jewel Box. She assigns Ruby to open a Cafe beside the cafeteria. She is concerned about the Red Moon and investigates how to stop it.

After not being heard of in Lady Jewelpet, she makes a return in Jewelpet: Magical Change with a twist (look below).

  • An Ice Person: Sunshine as the Dark Queen.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Turns huge in the final episode of Sunshine to finish Ruby and co. once and for all.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her outfit in Sunshine has this.
  • Beauty Mark: Sunshine!Jewelina has one under the corner of her left eye and she indeed fancies herself a tragic person. The school maid has one in the same spot; it's a clue that they are the same person.
  • Big Bad: For the last arc of Sunshine, she leads a join-or-die campaign against the students for petty reasons.
  • Big Good: In general.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Sunshine, by Dark Magic.
  • Bring Him to Me: Sunshine. The Dark Queen calls Mikage to the throne room to sing her a song, allowing him to figure out her weakness.
  • A Child Shall Lead Them: Happiness.
  • Christmas Cake: Being called old is partly what sets her off as the Dark Queen. It may sound petty, but this is Sunshine we're talking about.
  • Color-Coded Eyes:
    • Innocent Blue Eyes: Kira Deco.
    • Green and purple are rare colors, therefore fitting for a god. Additionally, green is known as a soothing color, which suits the very pondered Jewelina of Twinkle. In Kira Deco, her blue eyes stand for Heavenly Blue.
  • Crystal Dragon Jesus: Given the Confessional scene in Sunshine, Jewelina probably takes a great deal of inspiration from Christianity.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: On the receiving end in Sunshine.
  • Drama Queen: Her self in Sunshine has a tendency to be melodramatic and make a big deal out of nothing.
  • Dumb Blonde: Sunshine.
  • Era-Specific Personality: Serene and fair in Twinkle, mildly ditzy Drama Queen in Sunshine, a go-go dance-loving Barrier Maiden in Kira Deco and a young blonde happy-go-lucky queen in Happiness.
  • Evil Costume Switch: Sunshine.
  • Evil Is Petty: Sunshine.
  • Forgetful Jones: Happiness.
  • God in Human Form: In Sunshine, the plump school maid is actually an avatar of her.
  • God Is Flawed: Since Sunshine, her different incarnations have had some not very magnanimous personality quirks. Twinkle's Jewelina is also slightly impotent.
  • God Save Us from the Queen!: Sunshine as the Dark Queen.
  • Go Out with a Smile: Sunshine. She doesn't actually die (though she seems to for a moment), but she smiles fondly when the Jewelpets engulf her in light that snaps her out of the influence of Dark Magic.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Everywhere but Kira Deco.
  • The High Queen: She's very serene and dignified in Twinkle, contrasting with all other versions of her.
  • Holy Halo: Has an halo in Sunshine.
  • Improbable Age: She's just a kid who's even younger than the protagonists in Happiness. She is nonetheless the principal of Jewel Academy. Though it may be subverted, since she IS a god and is revealed to be a Little Big Sister.
  • Jerkass Gods: Sunshine. She has a streak of irresponsible behaviour and can be downright childish and self-serving.
  • King of All Cosmos: Queen... Anyway, Sunshine and Kira Deco, her more fun-loving incarnations.
  • Legacy Character: In Magical Change, she isn't a character so much as a title that gets inherited by human Luea at the end.
  • Life of the Party: Kira Deco. She's known to love dance parties. Whenever she speaks to the main cast, she begins with "WHAT'S UP PEOPLE, IS THERE A PARTYYYYYY?!", and creates Mood Whiplash in the process.
  • Little Big Sister: In Happiness, she looks like a child, but is actually older than her sister Megumina, who looks like a teenager.
  • Loud of War: The Dark Queen's weakness is acute sounds. The extremely annoying sound of the fish paste flutes is what does her in.
  • Mother of a Thousand Young: Created the Jewelpets, after all. Rare good version of this trope.
  • Older Than They Look: Definitely in Happiness, where she has a little sister who looks much older than her.
  • Our Founder: Has a statue of herself in the grounds of Sunshine Academy.
  • Pals with Jesus: Except for Twinkle Jewelina, her relationship with her worshippers tends to be very informal.
  • Physical God: She is the creator of Jewel Land and the Jewelpets.
  • Pieces of God: The Deco Stones in Kira Deco contain parts of Jewelina's will or spirit or something.
  • Really 700 Years Old: All of her incarnations are thousands of years old.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: Happiness, concerning the mysterious Red Moon brainwashing people.
  • Taken for Granite: Kira Deco.
  • Truly Single Parent: She and only she is responsible for the existence of Jewelpets and they see her as a mother in turn.
  • Walking the Earth: Twinkle OVA, in search of the Flower of Happiness.
  • Wave-Motion Gun: The Dark Queen uses this in the final battle in Sunshine.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Keeps name and functions, but her design, personality and voice actress change rather wildly every season.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has purple hair in Kira Deco.

Moldavite

Voiced by: Hiroshi Shimozaki

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Moldavite is the headmaster of the Magic Academy. In the first series, he's pretty much your average old man, and appears infrequently throughout the series.

In Twinkle, he's very jolly, likes karaoke and to make orders through the magical catalogue. He's often scolded or punished by Halite. Despite his antics, his magical level is about the same level as Jewelina's. He's Rin's partner. During the Jewel Star Grand Prix, he's revealed to have several siblings, all of which strongly resemble him. The difference is in the color of the clothes and some mannerisms.

Halite

Voiced by: Mika Ishibashi

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Halite is the homeroom teacher of Ruby's class in Jewel Land in the first series. She is an expert magician who teaches the Jewelpets how to use their magic. She's also reported to from the human world through a computer.

In Twinkle, she's Akari and co.'s homeroom teacher. She sometimes scolds Moldavite due to his antics. Her Jewelpet assistants are Luna and Milky.

Sulfur

Voiced by: Atsushi Kousaka

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Sulfur is one of the male teachers of the Magic Academy. In the first series he is portrayed as determined and brave. He is a supportive teacher to all the Jewelpets.

In Twinkle, he's the scaredy cat of the Magic Academy and has a streak of bad luck. His other self, who's a charming and confident adult version of him, appears in some episodes, though the ways through which he appears vary from episode to episode. He's Tour's partner.

Ametrine and Trystine

Voiced by: Yuka Iguchi

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Ametrine and Trystine are minor charaters and the owners of Jewel Land's Magic Shop. They are identical twin cats with golden colored fur and wear purple Arabian-style clothing, cream colored capes and crowns. Their heterochromic eyes are arranged differently (Ametrine's left eye is purple while her right eye is red and Trystine's are reversed). They give the Jewel Pod and the Rare Rare Drops (a candy that allows Jewelpets to speak human language) to Ruby, in Twinkle. The twins have good knowledge of magic, but not to the extent of the teachers of the Magic Academy. Tametorin possesses a Jewel Pod, which is used to browse spells. The twins appear in episode 14 of Kira Deco as cameos.

Avenue

Voiced by: Nozomi Sasaki

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Avenue is the waitress of the Strawberry Cafe. She is a pink rabbit wearing a pink waiter's outfit with strawberries. She is rarely seen in the series, and is not an important character. Avenue has one appearance in Twinkle and two appearances in Kira Deco.

    Sweetslandians 

Princess Mana

Voiced by: Mana Ashida

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The daughter of the rulers of the Sweetsland Kingdom, Mana is celebrating her seventh birthday. Despite her high class upbringing, Mana wants to be a manga artist. She loves cake and dancing. She wields a crown that allows her to collect magic from the Sweetspets and use it.

Duke Creme de Brûlée

Voiced by: Hiroki Shimowada

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The young duke of the Sweetsland Kingdom, who wants the whole kingdom for himself. He wants to marry Mana in order to attain his goal, but she turns him down, spurring him into trying more violent measures.

The Prime Minister

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A nobleman of Sweetsland with a cartoony design. He's a loyal servant to Mana and her family. He suspects Park, albeit without being antagonistic towards him.

The King and Queen of Sweetsland

Mana's parents.

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