This is the character sheet for Pretty Cure All Stars. Note that we only list characters exclusive to the All Stars movies here because these movies are crossovers. For the Pretty Cure teams and other characters from the films, please see their respective continuity character pages listed here.
Ayumi Sakagami (Cure Echo)
- Ascended Fanboy: Fangirl, but same principle. Ayumi ends up becoming Cure Echo for the movie.
- The Bus Came Back: She first appeared in New Stage. After only acting as The Cameo in New Stage 2, she returns in full force in New Stage 3.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Despite being a 15th anniversary movie staring all the Cures over the years, Cure Echo is the only one not returning for All-Stars Memories (despite first appearing in an All-Stars movie herself). An official explanation for this is yet to be heard.
- Commuting on a Bus: A strange example with her - Appears in New Stage 1, cameos in New Stage 2, returns in full in New Stage 3, cameos again in Spring Carnival and returns once more in Everybody Sing - Miraculous Power
- Curtains Match the Window: She has both brown hair and eyes.
- Girlish Pigtails: Her hair is styled as a pair of long streams that go down to her shoulders.
- Light 'em Up: As Cure Echo. In New Stage 3, powered by Grell and Enyen, her attack Heartful Echo sweeps the landscape with light that banishes the darkness and depowered the Big Bad.
- The Magic Comes Back: After being Depowered after the events of New Stage, she's able to become Cure Echo again in New Stage 3.
- Meaningful Name: In New Stage 3, Enyen reveals that Ayumi is the "Phantom Pretty Cure" as she was "Born from Darkness." She first transformed into Cure Echo when trapped inside Fusion.
- New Transfer Student: In New Stage her family moved to the town where the movie takes place. Moving to a different place and entering a different school are among her main worries of the film. During the run of the film, she accepts these changes and starts befriending her new classmates at the end of the movie.
- Original Generation: Ayumi/Cure Echo is a Cure created for the All Star movies.
- Shrinking Violet: She is quite shy, running away from several things up to and including the Pretty Cure.
- The Cameo: Makes her first canonical appearance in Hugtto! Pretty Cure Episode 37, aiding the Cures charging up the All For You ultimate to finish off and purify Dr. Traum.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: At first, she thinks this is the reason why Suite and Smile teams are attacking Fuu-chan, who she had befriended. Take note; the one who asked her to hand Fuu-chan over is Cure Muse. With what kind of history she had with her season's Big Bad, we know that it wasn't the case.
Grell is a bear-like fairy attending a school for fairies. He doesn't think the Precures are all that great, claiming without their Transformation Trinket, they're just normal girls.
- The Atoner: When he realizes just how much damage his shadow had and will done, he insists to go to the frontline and saves the mascots. Becomes apparent when two HeelFace Turn Cures, Passion and Beat, encourage him to go through his path of redemption.
- Heroic Wannabe: He started off thinking he was better than the Pretty Cure and that he could do a better job than them.
- Hot-Blooded: There's no line of his that he doesn't shout or speak with incredible passion.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: His dislike of the Precures is because of this; the truth is he actually admires them like Enyen, but jealous that the Cures have his classmates' attention. He grows out of it.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He releases the antagonist who starts the whole plot of New Stage 2.
A fox-like fairy who is obsessed with the Precures and hopes to be a Precure fairy, even though he believes his chances are slim.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: At the end of New Stage 3, he's shown with Ayumi, granting his wish.
- Hero-Worshipper: He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the Precures because he admires their strength.
- In the Hood: The thing seems like a sign of his temperament; when he tries to figuratively or literally hide himself, he has the hood up. When he speaks out his mind, he has the hood down. In New Stage 3, he has the hood down for the entire movie except when trying to infiltrate the Land of Dream.
- Shrinking Violet: He is quite shy and withdrawn.
YumetaA rabbit-like fairy who went with school with Grell and Enyen. A real crybaby, his actions lead to children getting trapped in the dream world.
- Must Make Amends: When he realizes what his actions have done, he actively helps the Cures in trying to save the day.
- Took a Level in Badass: He finally wakes up to his true potential and aids the Cures in combat.
- Tragic Dropout: He was once part of the Fairy School, but he decided to drop out to focus on his tapil origins. Really didn't work out.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Both Grell and Enyen read him the riot act for his actions.
Fusion / Fuu-chan
The main antagonist of Pretty Cure All Stars DX and Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage. As his name suggests, he is a fusion of the vanquished Zakenna, Uzaina, Kowaina, and Hoshiina and has the ability to absorb power and make it into his own. In DX3 Black Hole revealed that he created Fusion to fulfill his plans on destroying the Cures, who resembles the powers of good and light. In New Stage, he returns and is defeated by the Pretty Cures up to Suite, but survives in pieces and one retrogrades back to a little fairy named Fuu-chan, where he is discovered by Ayumi. After he attempted to "Reset" Yokohama by eradicating everything in sight, Ayumi begged him to stop by reaching her true feeling to him as a friend. He then dies by lending all of his powers to the Smile Cures and destroying the remaining fragments of Fusion.
- The Assimilator: In DX, his stated goal is to absorb everything and make them one with each other. He's after Chiffon because she's the Infinity.
- Big Bad: All Stars DX and New Stage, he's the driving force behind the plot.
- Blob Monster: He appears to be made of gray slime in DX. His colors change with his pieces in New Stage.
- The Devil: As Fusion
- HeelFace Turn: As Fuu-chan, he turns good out of his friendship with Ayumi and helps the Cures defeat the greater Fusion.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Fuu-chan gives all of his power to defeat the evil Fusion, ending his life in the process.
- Killed Off for Real: He was eliminated in New Stage, and hasn't been seen since.
- One-Winged Angel: He goes from being a clear blob to a Kaiju-sized monster capable of destroying the city.
- Power Parasite: He has the ability to absorb energy from the Pretty Cures' finishers and can gain powers from it. This is most apparent in his fight against the Smile team; whenever he absorbed a finisher, he gained their unique powers. Namely, March's Super Speed and Sunny's Super Strength.
- Redemption Equals Death: Fuu-chan sacrifices himself to empower the Smile team to finish off Fusion.
- Sleep-Mode Size: As Fuu-Chan, he is quite tiny, being only as big as someone's palm.
The main antagonist of Pretty Cure All Stars DX2. He is an evil being that's revived 1000 years later to take revenge on the world by absorbing the powers of the Rainbow Jewel. In DX3 Black Hole revealed that he created Bottom to fulfill his plans on destroying the Cures, who resembles the powers of good and light.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: The Cures defeated him WITH THE POWER OF HOPE!!!
- Eldritch Abomination: OH GOD. Imagine a gigantic and demonic Gulpin line including a mouth as large as he is, filled with sharp teeth in manner like baleen.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: There's not much to his character beyond wanting the Rainbow Jewel and hating the Pretty Cures. However, he does resurrect several past lieutenant villains to be his Quirky Miniboss Squad, so their more colorful personalities compensate for his lack of one.
- Sea Monster: He calls his minions (which start as aquatic, skinny, and featureless creatures with glowing red eyes) and comes out from the bottom of the sea and in DX 3, he's described as "darkness of the deep". Sounds familiar?
The main antagonist of Pretty Cure All Stars DX3, and the one responsible for creating Fusion and Bottom. Being the ultimate evil, he is created from the negative energies from the fallen villains the Pretty Cures had defeated throughout the years and has ultimate powers to destroy the whole planet. Black Hole represents the Ultimate evil in everyone's hearts, as the Cures represents Ultimate good. His main intention is to obtain and destroy the Prism Flower, which connects both the fairy worlds and the human world together.
- As Long as There is Evil
- Big Bad: Of All Stars DX3, he is the driving force behind everything happening.
- Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: More like "Cthulhu Broke Your Arm Before You Could Punch Him". He shows up out of nowhere, blasts the Cures and destroys their Transformation Trinkets. Then Prism Flower fixes that arm for one more, final, decisive punch that obliterates said Cthulhu and then back to broken arm.
- The Chessmaster: The one who orchestrated the strings in the previous 2 movies.
- Continuity Snarl: He's created from the residual evil of the Dusk Zone, the Dark Fall, Nightmare, Eternal, Labyrinth, and the Desert Messengers the last of which was defeated not even a year prior to his appearance, which is at odds with the claim that he created Fusion since Fusion was made and defeated before Labyrinth and the Desert Messengers. For that matter, his seemingly recent emergence is also at odds with his other supposed creation Bottom having been around at least a thousand years ago.
- Cosmic Horror: His form is a GIGANTIC BLACK HOLE. He was the biggest Pretty Cure villain in history until Pierrot's final form debuted.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: The Cures defeated him WITH THE POWER OF LIGHT!!! But there is a price
- Generic Doomsday Villain: He has exactly as little character as Bottom. Like Bottom, the villains he revives have a good deal more personality than he does to even things out.
- Greater-Scope Villain: The one who wants to destroy and kill all the Pretty Cures in previous All Stars movies just for the Prism Flower.
- Made of Evil: This guy made of malice of all antagonists Precures had ever defeated. Every single one of them. For note, he made both eldritchs that summoned combined evil themselves.
- Man Behind the Man: He is responsible for Fusion and Bottom from the previous two movies.
- Meaningful Name: Named after a astronomical event.
- Omnicidal Maniac: He only wants to destroy all links to Earth and the Fairy Worlds, thus separating them forever in order to KILL HUMANITY and rule them with an iron fist.
The main antagonist of Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2. He is the jealousy and resentment of the Precures that resided inside Gereru given life.
- Big Bad: In All Stars New Stage 2, he tempts Gereru to release him and, when that happens, proceeds to cause damage and mayhem.
- Combat Pragmatist: The simple fact that he stole the Transformation Trinket to win his fight shows that he knows what makes the Cures so dangerous. Then, he tops it by attacking the Smile team on their back when they are distracted by En-En (Happy) and Miyuki got de-transformed (the rest).
- Enemy Without: He is Grell's dark side given form. The jewel that brought him to life was supposed to be a test of character for fairies to become Pretty Cure partners, but it Grell's shadow absorbed it.
- Great Big Book of Everything: Utilizes a guide on the seven previous teams to counteract and defeat their attacks. As there's nothing on the DokiDoki girls, he's forced to use brute force.
- Living Shadow Archetype
- No Name Given: He's just called Kage ("the shadow"), but he hasn't a real name.
- One-Winged Angel: He can transform into a gigantic shadow spider and does so during the climax.
- Redemption Equals Death: Like Fuu-chan, Kage's redeemed, but the girls' final attack is enough to kill him.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: The artifact that creates him was sealed because of its purpose is to latch at negative emotion of its victim.
- Weak, but Skilled: Compared to other Big Bads of All Stars, he's not an all powerful evil came from fusion of multiple Pretty Cure antagonists; just a form of negative feeling of a single fairy. But he somehow disables more than 20 Cures through the combination of stealth, theft, and research. When he's forced to use brute force, he's quickly overwhelmed even though they don't throw any of their stronger moves and the last Beam-O-War had the Cures in defensive.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: He's the villain. Even with his methods, he can't win against the Pretty Cures. Cure Beauty delivers a Badass Boast to him:Cure Beauty: "You won't find a way to defeat the Pretty Cures in a guide."
MaamuYumeta's mother, the guardian of the Land of Dream, and New Stage 3's antagonist. Worried by Yumeta's sadness and loneliness, she traps the children in the Land of Dream so Yumeta can have friends.
- Anti-Villain: She only wants what's best for her son, and she only wants to protect him. To this end, she causes trouble and antagonizes the Precure for fear of them poisoning her son's mind.
- Big Bad: A more Anti-Villain version of one, but the entire conflict of New Stage 3 is because of her.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With the Nightmare Monsters, who seem like The Dragon to her at first but actually a presence that she barely hold out and only directed to attack people she wants to attack.
- Bodyguard Betrayal: Tamer than most example, but Maamu forgoes her duty as the guardian of dream and traps the children for her own goal.
- HeelFace Turn: "Yumeta, take care of yourself."
- Meaningful Name: She's a mother named Maamu.
- My Beloved Smother: All of her actions is to "protect" Yumeta. When Yumeta realizes his own powerlessness is the thing that forces his mother to do so, he Took a Level in Badass to take over his mother's place so he won't be a bother anymore.
- My God, What Have I Done?: When she realizes that all she's done is cause trouble for all.
- Reality Warper: In the Land of Dream, she's the strongest. From opening a portal to the human world, to controlling the Nightmare Monsters, to having full surveillance of that world, to changing the terrain itself to attack the Cures; unfortunately for her the Cures also have their own Reality Warper in form of Ai-chan.
- Spanner in the Works: Her plan to keep the children and the Cures in the dream world get derailed by two people: Nozomi and Yumeta. Nozomi's the first one to realize that she's in a dream world and ultimately rejects it, leading to the other trapped Cures to follow suit and when Yumeta sees what his weakness has done, his sorrowful wail awakens the children to the dangers at hand and their own wails are what ultimately free the Cures.
- Youkai: A fairy of the Land of Dream, identified as Baku. Though not exactly tapir-like, her tail transform into a vacuum cleaner similar to tapir nose that suck the Nightmare.
Personification of nightmare who undiscriminately attack anyone in the Land of Dream. Maamu uses them as her soldiers to repel the Cures in their quest to save the trapped children.
- Anthropomorphic Personification: Of the Nightmare itself.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Maamu, they seem like her dragon, but they're really a separate force that she manipulates. When they stop listening to her, they go on a rampage.
- Killer Rabbit: The Akumu are green stuffed teddy bears, who have pretty comical - but no less dangerous - arsenals like self-issued whack-a-mole, throwing coconuts, giant mecha, and bright blue spaceship, all while speaking only in somewhat adorable Pokémon Speak and do funny gestures.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: They are less a character, and more a literal force of nature. Even after the Cures win, they still continue to exist the Land of Dream making chaos.
- Underground Monkey: A non-video game example, the Monsters have many forms according to their power; the standard versions have strong melee, the smaller ones either as distraction maneuver for the larger ones or shooting artillery, the ones with bat wings swarmed the sky and bombing enemies with coconuts, the mecha and the ship are rode by the one wearing glasses. When they combine, they become a giant octopus with Breath Weapon.
Odoren and UtaenA master thief and his henchman who captures the kingdom of Harmonia and seeks to get rid of the Pretty Cure in the process.
- Badass Normal: Okay, so Odoren and Utaen aren't "badass" in the normal sense of the word, but let's not forget the fact that these two stole an entire kingdom, then went on to steal the Cures' fairies and transformation devices. No powers, no nothing. And this isn't counting the fact that Utaen blew everything with him being clumsy.
- Disaster Dominoes: Taking over the Spring Carnival and causing the Cures to fight back leads to a very big problem - Harmonia's guardian deity awakening and being very pissed off.
- Fat and Skinny: Odoren is the skinny one and Utaen is the fat one, and they follow the typical roles where the skinny one is the leader and the fat one is the bumbling sidekick.
- I Meant to Do That: After he boasts holding all 40 Precure Transformation Trinket devices, Odoren attempts to turn into a "Cure Thief". When it's pointed out on the Legendary Warrior Precure can do that, he tries to blow it off with this.
- Phantom Thief: Odoren portrays himself as this. His actions make it less so.
- Autobots, Rock Out!: Turns out the lullaby her teacher sung to her was the Ultimate Magic she wanted for so long. She uses it to empower the Cures.
- Back for the Finale: A downplayed example; she makes a cameo background appearance in the Mahō Tsukai Pretty Cure! finale.
- Back from the Dead: Her goal is to resurrect her dead teacher, so she could demand her teacher to give her the Ultimate Magic.
- The Cameo: In the last episode of Mahō Tsukai Pretty Cure!, she briefly appears in the Magic World.
- Canon Immigrant: She has a background cameo in Mahō Tsukai Pretty Cure!'s final episode.
- Dark Magical Girl: Vengeful, powerful, and tortured, Solcielle's entire motif is bottled-necked toward her perceived abandonment from her teacher that she adored. The clashing nature between her love and her hatred is so great, her past is literally haunting her.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: As seen from her flashback, her hairstyle got curlier more and more she fell deep into her thirst for power. One of the reason the Cures don't immediately recognize the little girl who guides them in the entire dimension is Solcielle is because they look so different with each other.
- HeelFace Turn: After realizing Trauuma is using her to push his own agenda and that her teacher really did love her, she decides to help the Cures. Complete with Good Costume Switch.
- Magic Music: The ghost of the little girl sings a certain tune that not only seems to elevate morale and connect people through the song, it also causes Solcielle terrible headaches. It turns out that little girl is herself and the song is the Ultimate Magic disguised as a lullaby by her teacher, something Solcielle doesn't realize at first. The song empowers and heals the singers' allies while also sealing off the titular 'beast of darkness' and protecting the singer's loved ones from him. The Cures only get some portion of the song's power simply because Solcielle is the only one who knows the lyrics.
- Meaningful Name: Phonetically identical to 'Sorcière' (Witch in French).
- Parental Abandonment: She was an orphan taken by her teacher at young age, and in her teens she lost her teacher too. Without parental guide, then she got mixed up with bad crowd and things got worse from there.
- Power Of Hate: After her teacher died, she starts using hatred as fuel of her magic that she attacks her enemies with literal broken hearts. The reason her attack against Trauuma is ineffective is because either she's no longer full of hate or that Trauuma's hate is stronger than her own.
- Sigil Spam: The gold and purple jewel on the chest of her attire is also seen on the chests of the memory clones she creates of the past Big Bads.
- Squishy Wizard: She's so powerful, she can create near-mindless copies of completed seasons' Big Bad at almost full power just from the Cures' bad memories and every time her offensive spells hit, it de-transforms the Cures. But the moment Miracle and Magical get in melee range, she can't do much except blocking them with her staff. While she successfully parries the attacks, she visibly stumbles around from the whiplash.
- Villain Song: Hiyaku no RECIPE, sung as a duet between her and Trauuma as they start brewing the remedy that would accomplish their goals.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: It's clear that her desire to learn the Ultimate Magic is to make her teacher proud, even before she outright says it.
Solcielle's butler. Turns out to be an evil monster Solcielle's teacher sealed in the past and manipulates Solcielle to regain his full power.
- The Corrupter: He's the one who first planted the notion in Solcielle's head that her teacher doesn't love her as the reason why she didn't teach her the Ultimate Magic.
- The Dragon: He's Solcielle's right-hand man who helps her in her quest to capture the Pretty Cure and retrieve their tears. Though he's actually Dragon with an Agenda and quickly elevates to The Man Behind the Man.
- Faux Affably Evil: While Trauuma is notably more polite than Solcielle, being soft-spoken and sometimes cartoonishly humorous, he's Obviously Evil, with him doing Verbal Backspace in his and Solcielle's Villain Song after blurting out a line about destroying the world.
- Funny Animal: His appearance is that of an anthropomorphic horse. He's so human-like, he can do a moonwalk and hold things despite a lack of fingers. After he regains his power, he becomes less anthro.
- Manipulative Bastard: He approached Solcielle when she was emotionally vulnerable and put into her mind that her teacher didn't love her. He then convinced her there was a way to bring back the dead, all to trick her into brewing a potion that would give him his power back.
- Meaningful Name: He indeed likes to use trauma as psychological weapon. Also, the romaji of his name, Torauma (tiger horse), is exactly what he is; a horse with tiger stripes and tail.
- I Lied: Just so you know, Solcielle, bringing dead people to live is impossible.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Trauuma wants to destroy the world and he lets it slip during his and Solcielle's Villain Song.
- One-Winged Angel: Once Trauuma gains the tear of a Pretty Cure, he takes up his true form - a freakish horse monstrosity attached to what looks like a gazebo and armed with cannons powerful enough to disintegrate the world if not stopped.
- Villain Song: Hiyaku no RECIPE, sung as a duet between him and Solcielle while they start brewing the potion that would accomplish their villainous goals.