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Characters that appeared in Moyoco Anno's Sugar Sugar Rune.


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Witches

    Both Chocolat and Vanilla 
  • Disappeared Dad: Neither Chocolat nor Vanilla's fathers are even mentioned in the anime, although the identity of Chocolat's father is revealed in the manga.
  • Familiar: Chocolat has Duke the Frog and Vanilla has Blanca the Mouse.
  • Protagonist Title: In other regions, the series is simply called "Chocolat and Vanilla".
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    Chocolat Meilleur / Chocolat Kato 

Chocolat Meilleur / Chocolat Kato

Voiced by: Marika Matsumoto (Japanese)

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One of the main characters, Vanilla's best friend and one of the candidates to become the Queen of the Magical World.
  • Anime Hair: She sports some impressively weird hairstyles over the course of the series.
  • Generation Xerox: She and her mother both fell in love with the same kind of people, cold, stoic, broody ogre guys. Chocolat's father and Pierre even look similar.
  • Only Friend: As little kids, she befriended Vanilla when the other kids in the Magical World saw her as an annoying weakling.
  • Tsundere: Her short temper and aggressive nature make her unpopular in the human world, but when she gives the human boys chocolate on Valentine's Day, they think that both sides of Chocolat are nice — the tsuntsun side, and the deredere side. She initially treats Pierre harshly and coldly, but by the end of the series, she is no longer tsuntsun towards him.

    Vanilla Mieux / Vanilla Aisu 

Vanilla Mieux / Vanilla Aisu

Voiced by: Juri Ihata (Japanese)

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One of the main characters, Chocolat's best friend and one of the candidates to become the Queen of the Magical World. Vanilla is a very shy but a kind person.
  • Abdicate the Throne: Vanilla wins the Queen selection in the anime and the manga, but gives up the throne in the former.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Her cute clumsiness is part of why the boys all go nuts for her.
  • Dude Magnet: Vanilla easily gets way more hearts than Chocolat due to boys at their school finding her Shrinking Violet personality so endearing.
  • Evil Costume Switch: She wears a slinky dark purple dress when she becomes the Ogre Princess. She also starts favoring a black feather boa.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: She is the princess of the magical world and is associated with the color purple. She plays the trope even straighter when she becomes Queen in the manga.
  • The High Queen: She becomes the Queen of the magical world at the end of the manga.
  • Lonely at the Top: Vanille's status as princess combined with her introverted personality made her lonely as a child.
  • Princess Curls: Her hair is already a little curly, but it gets even curlier after the time skip in the manga.
  • Sweet Tooth: Near the end of Episode 1, she's seen eating a bag of marshmallows along side with Chocolat, who's eating a box of chocolate.
  • True Blue Femininity: She's usually wearing powder blue with her casual clothes.
  • The Unfavorite: She grows to think that everyone including her own mother would prefer that Chocolat won the Queen competition.

    Rockin' Robin 

Rockin' Robin

Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda (Japanese)

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Chocolat and Vanilla's guardian and mentor in the human world, Robin is an accomplished wizard and a rockstar in the human world.

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The Ogres

    Pierre 

Pierre

Voiced by: Hiroki Konishi (Japanese)

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One of the main characters, and prince of the ogres.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Chocolat even remarks on how cute he looks in a skirt.
  • Beauty Is Bad: He's the prettiest boy in school, is mooned over by tons of girls, and even has his own fanclub. He's also a heartless jerk.
  • Break Them by Talking: Pierre was able to convince Vanilla to become his Ogre Princess by picking at her insecurities.
  • Forgotten Friend, New Foe: Was childhood friends with Chocolat before he got kidnapped and turned into the Prince of Ogres.
  • Generation Xerox: He looks exactly like his ancestor, the Ice Prince. Subverted when we find out that ogres stole him to become their prince, and thus the resemblance is a coincidence.
  • An Ice Person: Pierre uses ice magic most prominently, which is water-based magic.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He's quite good at manipulating girls' emotions in order to milk noir hearts out of them.
  • Meaningful Name: His first name means "stone" (as in "heart of stone") and his last name, "Tempete du Neige," means "snow storm."
  • Motif: He's constantly associated with ice and coldness. When Chocolat first meets him, she even notices that his hand feels chilly, and at school he eats a special diet that consists entirely of cold foods.
  • Right-Hand Cat: His familiar is a black cat named Cernunnos, who later turns out to be more than she seems.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Starts off as one but turns into a tsundere towards Chocolat.
  • Walking Wasteland: In the magical world, his noir power is strong enough that it saps the energy of any living thing that gets near him. Once he and Chocolat team up, this becomes a problem.
  • Younger Than They Look: He's 14, but looks like an adult man. Whether this is intentional or due to Artistic Age is unknown.

    Girouette 

Girouette

Voiced by: Ryo Naitou (Japanese)

Pierre's servant. Later in the manga, he is forced by Alchimie to help Alchimie steal Pierre's Noir. He has the ability to predict the weather.

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Minor Characters

    Duke 

Duke

Voiced by: Yuuichi Yasoda (Japanese)

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Chocolat's frog familiar.

    Blanca 

Blanca

Voiced by: Chisa Yokoyama (Japanese)

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Vanilla's mouse familiar.
  • Baleful Polymorph: It's revealed late into the manga that she was turned into mouse for falling in love with a human.

    Queen Candy 

Queen Candy

Voiced by: Sumi Shimamoto (Japanese)

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Vanilla's mother and queen of the magical world.

    Cinnamon Meilleure 

Cinnamon Meilleure

Voiced by: Sakiko Uran (Japanese)

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Chocolat's dead mother.
  • Cat Stereotype: Fittingly for such a mysterious character, her cat form is black.
  • Cats Are Magic: She seems to have the strongest magic of the three familiars in the series.
  • Mysterious Parent: A continual thread throughout the story is Chocolat's efforts to find out more about her mother and what happened to her.
  • The Speechless: Part of her punishment for having a child with an ogre was having her voice taken away.

    Joe 

Joe

Voiced by: Hidenobu Kiuchi (Japanese)

The delivery man for the magical mail-order service.

    Houx and Saule 

Houx and Saule

Houx voiced by: Ryohei Kimura (Japanese)

Saule voiced by: Naoya Iwahashi

Chocolat's childhood friends who become her knights during the Magical Girl Queenliness Test.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Some hints of this between them and Chocolat. And eventually, one between Vanilla and Saule.
  • Dub Name Change: To Woo and Soul in the Del Rey English version.

    Ombre 

Ombre

Voiced by: Rumi Shishido (Japanese)

An ancient witch who lives alone in a desert on the edge of the magical world.

    Alchimie 

Alchimie

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A shopkeeper who drives very hard bargains.

    Meteor 

Meteor

Alchimie's flying broomstick who formed an attachment to Chocolat and escaped with her.

    Sylvia 

Sylvia

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A famous Hollywood actress who also happens to be a witch.
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