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This is the character sheet for the fanfic Pretty Cure Mother Nature.

Pretty Cure and Allies

Chiyo Hanasaki / Cure Sakura Blossom

Shika Hashimoto / Cure Fawn

  • Every Proper Lady Should Curtsy: At the end of the flashback in episode 29, during the curtain call.
  • Fanservice: From episode 29's flashback: glasses + tutu = sheer beauty!
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • Girly Girl to Chiyo and Ai's Tomboys
  • The Glasses Come Off: For the duration of episode 18. Also, as seen during a flashback, her glasses are knocked off as symbolism when the actor playing Von Rothbart pretends to snap her neck during the drama club's dramatization of the Swan Lake ballet.
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  • Meganekko: And yes, she wears her glasses even when playing Odette in Swan Lake during a flashback.
  • Opera Gloves: Part of her formalwear.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: During formal occasions. Also, she looked absolutely beautiful in that Russian-style tutu she wore for a (purely non-ballet, for those wondering) performance of Swan Lake by the drama club.

Ai Kichida / Cure Soaring Skies

Akemi Hasegawa / Cure Rising Sun

Hideko Okada / Cure Koi

  • Non-Uniform Uniform: Wears the tights and Mary Janes from her regular uniform with the male uniform on the school's annual crossdressing day.
  • Opera Gloves: As Cure Koi. Also part of her formalwear.
  • Rapunzel Hair: As Cure Koi.

Cure Surf

Princess Entai

Prince Sanjo






Fam and Ine


Shinji Hashimoto

  • The Stoner: OK, he doesn't do drugs at all, but given his personality he may as well be this.

Azumi Yamato

Daisuke Shimizu

  • Meganekko: Somewhat; he's actually quite manly, but the fact that his voice actors in both the Japanese and English versions are Crossdressing Voices is what puts him here.
  • Non-Uniform Uniform: Wears shorts with his uniform in lieu of a skirt on the school's annual crossdressing day. Conversely, he still wears the white socks and Mary Janes typical of the female uniform.

Angie Fujioka

Izumi Fukui

Akane Yamada

Rokuro Aizawa

  • Ballet
  • Cross-Cast Role: Much to his astonishment, he's another target of this even though he's The One Guy.
  • Crossdressing Voices: Surprisingly averted, given his situation.
  • Dragged into Drag: However, as the series goes on, he becomes more willing to wear the girls' ballet uniform, as evidenced by all signs of embarrassment gone by the time of the recital, where he accepts and even embraces the fact that his outfit includes a tutu, to the point where, besides the complete overhaul on Chiyo's recital outfit, the only modification to anyone's recital outfit is in the form of the bike shorts Mariya pairs with hers.
  • Dressed in Layers: Starting with his second class, he wears his leotard, skirt, and stockings under his school uniform so he won't have to bother going into the changing room before and after ballet class.
  • Groin Attack: When Chiyo accidentally grabs his "magic stick" after their first class under Ms. Aika, it's not even close to hard enough to castrate him, but it's hard enough not only for him to feel it but also for Chiyo to find out he's actually a boy.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Chiyo's Masculine Girl. He's probably the manliest pink boy out there, with his only lapses into femininity coming when he has to wear a leotard to ballet class (and, by extension, when he performs in the class's productions and the ballet recital), as well as on Princess Day and the school's annual crossdressing day.
  • Meganekko: Wears glasses with all his outfits, including his ballet uniform, his princess gown, and his recital outfit. The only exception is when Ms. Aika's class puts on productions of pre-existing ballets, though he still wears glasses up until and including the final dress rehearsal for each production.
  • The One Guy: During ballet class.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: Wears a blue one in episode 44 for Princess Day. Also, his ballet uniform's skirt has a frilly hem.
  • Pink Is for Sissies: Why he drafted Chiyo to design his dress for Princess Day.
    Chiyo: Lots of princesses are out there that don't wear pink. With luck, you could be among them.
    Rokuro: [sigh] All right. I'll participate. But you're going to design my dress so as to make doubly sure I don't wear pink for such a girly event.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Although neither his ballet uniform nor his princess gown include pink, blue was considered a feminine color until fairly recently.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser

Suzu Yamaguchi

Jenny Cranston

Mariya Hirakawa

  • Ballet
  • Modesty Shorts: Any time she wears a skirt, she wears bike shorts underneath. She wears the shorts over her leotard for both her ballet uniform and her recital outfit.
  • Non-Uniform Uniform: Aside from Chiyo, she's the only ballet student to wear even a variation on her recital outfit (in her case, Modesty Shorts) for the recital in episode 48. Also, the skirt on her ballet uniform doesn't have frills at the edge for some reason.
  • Yamato Nadeshiko: And one of the few, if not the only one, to regularly wear bike shorts under her skirt.

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