This page lists tropes for the characters of the tokusatsu Magical Girl series, Magic x Warrior Magi Majo Pures! from the Girls x Heroine! series. Due to wiki policy, trope names are unmarked and may spoil.
- Played by: Yuki Miyoshi
A first year middle school student, Momoka is the Heart Warrior and holds the Heart Ruby as her Majoka Jewel. She is a cheerful girl full of dreams.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Heart Ruby, Momoka!"
- Catchphrase: "That's magical!"
- Finishing Move: "Heartful Lovely Party!"
- Genki Girl: Momoka is always optimistic and cheerful.
- Girlish Pigtails: Momoka's hair is in double twin tails.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: Momoka is the Heart Warrior and holds the Heart Ruby.
- Meaningful Name: "Aino" uses the characters for "of love", and "momo" means "pink."
- Muggle: While the other Magic Warriors are from the Magic World, Momoka is the only human. As of episode 36, however, that is no longer true. Momoka is actually a Half-Human Hybrid, as her mother used to be a Magic Warrior.
- Naïve Everygirl: Momoka is an average human girl living a pretty typical life, serving as the demographic's Audience Surrogate.
- Naïve Newcomer: Momoka is the least experienced Magic Warrior in the group.
- Pink Is Feminine: Momoka's uniform and Majoka Jewel are pink.
- Really Royalty Reveal: After Momoka discovers her mother is one of the most powerful Magic Warriors existing, Tiara nominates her to become the Majoka Princess.
- School Newspaper News Hound: Momoka joins the school newspaper staff after being inspired by her father, who is an Intrepid Reporter.
- The Watson: Since Momoka is the newest Magic Warrior, early on, Rin, Mitsuki, and Tiara have to explain how to use magic and what each of their Majoka Jewel to her and, effectively, the audience.
- Played by: Momoka Sumitani
A first year middle school student, Rin is the Frozen Warrior and holds the Frozen Sapphire as her Majoka Jewel. She is originally from the Magic World sent to recover the Majoka Jewels. In her daily life, she is one of the top students in school.
- Adorkable: Rin is quiet, loves reading, and is generally serious... but she lights up when it comes to books. Her attempts to get closer to her crush, Teruki, are also very comical.
- An Ice Person: Rin is the Frozen Warrior. The Frozen Sapphire freezes things and helps cool people's temper. She also doesn't like hot weather.
- Badass Bookworm: Rin enjoys reading, and she's a competent Magic Warrior.
- Berserk Button: Rin's biggest pet peeve is buying ice cream at a convenience store and later finding out she wasn't given a spoon.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Frozen Sapphire, Rin!"
- Catchphrase: "How mysterious!"
- Childhood Friends: Rin has been best friends with Mitsuki ever since they were little.
- Cute Bookworm: Rin gets excited when talking about books and it brings out her Adorkable side.
- Keigo: Out of the rest of the girls, she speaks in very polite Japanese.
- Fangirl: Rin is a huge fan of Marin Odawara, who draws her favorite manga series, Super Spy Vanilla Dessert. When she finds out she's related to her classmate, Kaito, Squeeing ensues.
- Fairytale Motifs: "Shirayuki" is the Japanese name for Snow White, and in one episode, an Akiramest tempts her with poisonous apples.
- Finishing Move: "Frozen Cool Splash!"
- Friendless Background: Other than Mitsuki, Rin had no friends growing up because she was often too immersed in reading books.
- The Glasses Come Off: If Rin is wearing glasses, she takes them off before transforming.
- Meaningful Name: "Shirayuki" uses the characters for "white snow."
- Meganekko: Rin wears glasses outside of battle.
- Oblivious to Love: Rin has no idea Kaito has a crush on her.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Rin is good at studying and she wears glasses in her daily life.
- Terrible Artist: Rin wants to become a manga artist, but she's terrible at drawing.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Rin loves ice cream.
- True Blue Femininity: Rin's uniform and Majoka Jewel are blue.
- Played by: Misaki Tsuruya
A first year middle school student, Mitsuki is the Flower Warrior and holds the Flower Citrine as her Majoka Jewel. She is originally from the Magic World sent to recover the Majoka Jewels. In her daily life, she is a sports enthusiast, which causes her to be widely coveted by the school's sport teams.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Flower Citrine, Mitsuki!"
- Berserk Button: Mitsuki's biggest pet peeve is someone borrowing her eraser without permission.
- Catchphrase: "Happy flower circles!"
- Childhood Friends: Mitsuki has been best friends with Rin ever since they were little.
- Finishing Move: "Flower Blossom Carnival!"
- Genki Girl: Mitsuki is always cheerful and energetic.
- Meaningful Name: "Hanamori" uses the characters for "flower amulet."
- Passionate Sports Girl: Mitsuki loves sports and is very athletic, which causes the sports teams to ask her to join. She ends up joining the tennis team.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Mitsuki's friend tells her that she shouldn't wear a jersey to such a fashionable place like a hair salon, so Mitsuki uses the Fashion Aquamarine to dress up. Her friend is thoroughly surprised at how cute she looks.
- Tomboy: Mitsuki is very talented at sports and, out of the rest of the girls, wears the least feminine clothing. Her normal wear usually consists of sporty clothing and she is almost never seen wearing a skirt. Even her uniform has a pair of shorts underneath her dress.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Mitsuki asks her friend where she got her hair done, and she also wants to get her nails done at the salon when her friend tells her about it.
- Tomboyish Ponytail: Mitsuki wears her hair in a side ponytail, which is fitting for her tomboyish nature.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Mitsuki is afraid of dark places, and an Akiramest exploits her fear to prevent her from escaping the Akiramerld.
- Played by: Yoka Ogawa
A first year middle school student, Shiori is the Star and Moon Warrior and holds the Star Amethyst as her Majoka Jewel. She is originally from the Magic World sent to recover the Majoka Jewels, but when she entered the Magic World alone, she was Brainwashed by Jamahiko. After being rescued, she joins the Magic Warriors. In her daily life, she is a trendy girl who loves fashion.
- Berserk Button: Shiori's biggest pet peeve is finding carrots in her hamburg steak.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Shiori is generally sweet, but she can be manipulative if she wants to. When she invites Muritaro out on a date, she makes him carry her bags, and when he tries to insult her behind her back, Tranquil Fury ensues. Her character description describes her as mischievous.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Shiori was Brainwashed by Jamahiko to fight the Magic Warriors.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Star Amethyst, Shiori!"
- Cat Smile: Shiori's actress, Yoka Ogawa, has a natural cat smile, which goes with the cat image she has with Lalanyan.
- Dark Magical Girl: Shiori's a Magic Warrior, and in the first part, she was the Magic Warriors' enemy.
- Evil Costume Switch: When Shiori was Brainwashed, she wore a black coat.
- The Fashionista: Shiori's character description describes her as a "trendy girl who loves fashion."
- Finishing Move: "Stardust Cosmic!"
- High-HeelFace Turn: The Magic Warriors rescue her from the Dark World, causing her to turn against
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: The first promotional visual showed Shiori in her dark cloak, as a villain. However, after she is rescued and becomes part of the Magic Warriors, the promotions gleefully show her off in her uniform and advertise the Majoka Palette incessantly.
- Magic Meteor: Shiori's Majoka Jewel, the Star Amethyst, causes several meteors to rain down on her enemies.
- Meaningful Name: "Hoshina" uses the characters for "star plant."
- The Power of Friendship: Friendship is what saves Shiori from the dark side.
- Purple Is Powerful: Shiori's uniform and Majoka Jewel are purple.
- Purple Is the New Black: Shiori's main color is purple and she had been a villain in the beginning of the story.
- Sixth Ranger: Shiori is the first new Magic Warrior before Yuria joins the team. While Shiori doesn't have magic powers separate from the team, she has her own unique Transformation Trinket, the Majoka Palette, and her own Non-Human Sidekick, Lalanyan.
- Spoiled by the Merchandise: Shiori joining the Magi Majo Pures was spoiled a month before the episode aired during press releases advertising the Majoka Palette.
- Supernatural Is Purple: Shiori is a Magic Warrior with the thematic color purple.
- Transformation Trinket: Unlike the other girls, Shiori transforms using the Majoka Palette, where she literally takes a selfie with it to transform.
- You Are Not Alone: Shiori enters her second awakening by realizing that she has friends who support her.
- Played by: Kurea Masuda
Yuria is the Rainbow Warrior and holds the Rainbow Diamond as her Majoka Jewel. She is originally from the Magic World and came to Earth to help the Magic Warriors. She holds the spirit of the Unicorn and has strong magical power.
- Animal Motifs: Yuria's barrier attack is associated with sea cliones.
- Barrier Maiden: Yuria's Majoka Jewel, the Rainbow Diamond, allows her to create a surrounding barrier to shield her and the others from incoming attacks.
- Berserk Button: Yuria's biggest pet peeve is not knowing what the weather forecast is when it's 50% raining and 50% sunny.
- Big Damn Heroes: Yuria makes her first appearance in the series by using the Rainbow Diamond to shield Momoka from an attack.
- Big Eater: In episode 41, Yuria eats a bunch of bowls of ramen in one sitting.
- By the Power of Grayskull!: "Rainbow Diamond, Yuria!"
- Dull Surprise: Yuria reacts to situations with little surprise, and it's hard to tell whether it's because her character is supposed to be an Emotionless Girl or if her actress is just kind of bad at emoting. On one hand, Yuria is supposed to be elegant, professional, and regal, but on the other hand, even looking at Yuria's toy demonstration videos, her actress' reactions seem to be quite muted.
- Finishing Move: "Rainbow Milky Fantasy!"
- Fish out of Water: Unlike the other girls, Yuria has yet to adjust and understand the Human World.
- Intrigued by Humanity: Yuria is not used to the Human World and cannot identify with daily human life like the other Magic Warriors. She is also the only one of them who does not attend school. However, she does tell Momoka in episode 36 that she would like to experience the excitement humans feel.
- Light Is Good: Yuria's powers are associated with light.
- Meaningful Name: "Nijiiro" uses the characters for "rainbow."
- Mystical White Hair: In Super-Deformed artwork on the Magi Majo Channel, Yuria has white hair.
- Psychic Radar: Yuria can tell who is human and who is from the Magic World.
- Sixth Ranger: Yuria first appears in episode 24 and fulfills the Sixth Ranger role on the team in many ways Shiori doesn't. First, she is the strongest out of the group and also has magic powers separate from them. She transforms and uses the Majoka Iris, and she is also the only one who doesn't have a Royal Form; in fact, she's the one who helps the other four girls attain their Royal Forms!
- Shrinking Violet: Her official character description on Magical2's website mentions that she is shy, but she also has a "healing" personality.
- The Stoic: Yuria carries a very professional demeanor and she's not used to life in the human world.
- Transformation Trinket: Unlike the other Magic Warriors, Yuria uses the Majoka Iris to transform, which also doubles as her weapon.
- Unicorn: Yuria holds the "spirit of the unicorn", which makes her a strong Magic Warrior. When she transforms, the Majoka Iris appears above her like a unicorn horn.
- Woman in White: Yuria wears white clothing in her daily life.