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Puella Magi Yuuko Magica is an ongoing Puella Magi Madoka Magica fanfic by Webidolchiu 94 on It follows an Alternate Continuity in which Madoka wishes for a world where the Puella Magi aren’t bound by the rules of the old Puella Magi system. However, it’s not what you think.In other words, be careful what you wish for.

Now, not only are there Puella Magi, but mages as well! No longer are there Witches that garner despair and sadness!

And there’s a spoiler warning from the goddess herself:

May contain heavy spoilers for not only the show, but my other story, "Eternal Flowers", seeing as this is a prequel! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

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This Fanfic provide examples of:

  • Action Girl: The Puella Magi in general. It's kinda required when you go around fighting Demons.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Kyoko and Sayaka. In the main series, while their relationship is a bit ambiguous, the two are neutral to friendly, and there are even subtle hints that there might be feelings to eachother. In this story, due to Kyoko attacking/sucking Hitomi's blood so hard, she was sent to the hospital, Sayaka hates Kyoko's guts, while due to her feral tendencies, Kyoko herself can't help but find Sayaka an interesting potential snack at best, an annoyance at worst, though she does admit that she "has guts" when Sayaka talks back at her.
  • Adult Fear: Well, for one, now that everyone’s parents are Mages, the thought of their children fighting a demon every night would probably cause them to have a Heroic BSoD.
    • For Airi, she has to deal with this on a daily basis.
  • A God I Am Not: Madoka has to contend with everyone calling her "Kami-sama", but begins to correct them with extreme irritation after the charm wears off.
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  • Alternate Universe Reed Richards Is Awesome: As a Callback to the alternate timelines where Madoka was quite the Little Miss Badass.
  • Always in Class One: Mami is still in Class 3-A, and the girls are in class 2-A.
  • All Witches Have Cats: Madoka and Hitomi have white and black cats respectively. In a way, Kyuubey could count, if not for the weird things hanging from his ears.
  • Alternate Universe: Obviously the whole reason for the story. Subverted and Deconstructed. Madoka and Madokami reformatted the universe, and now Homura has no idea how to cope with it. Madoka’s gotten the hang of it though…
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Madokami. She's hope of course.
    • Madoka is Love.
  • Badass Boast: Madoka in the past, revealed in chapter 6
    • —-> Madoka: I am the Goddess of Love. I am supported by the Goddess of Hope. My friends and I shall save you from despair!
  • Calling Your Attacks: Mami does this in Italian, not to mention the rest of our cast.
    • Mages in a way, do this, not only in Latin, but in Greek and even Hindi.
    • Madoka’s attacks as a Puella Magi are apparently in German.
  • Back from the Dead: Nagisa. After the entire fight between Madoka, Charlotte, and Homura, the cancer-plagued cutie is shown rising from the dead in the morgue of Mahokari Medical Center. This is due to her being cured of her witchification.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Oriko's father gets turned into a grey dog as part of his Cool and Unusual Punishment.
  • Big Eater: Kyouko.
  • Blob Monster: Gregor, the first demon featured in the story, is basically this: A large sludge of ink with arms and two glowing white eyes.
  • The Bluebeard: Oriko's father.
  • Cataclysm Backstory: Apparently, 20 years ago, a beast simply known as "The Dawn of Hyades" attacked Mahokari City, and it was so powerful, most Mages and Magical Girls couldn't do anything against it. Then, Madoka and Madokami came in with a group of Magical Girls and attacked, defeating the beast.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Homura, who has self-esteem issues, which become especially acentuated in this new universe.
  • Color Motif: The colors in a Puella Magi's attire take on greater symbolism. The more white there is, the more innocent, naive and pure the wearer. As they become more cynical and battle-weary, the white fades to grey, and can eventually turn coal black.
  • Combination Attack: So far, only one combo has been executed, “Sparkling Railgun”, and it’s between Homura and Madoka.
  • Cosmic Retcon: Happens in the very first chapter.
  • Covert Pervert: Kyuubey. And he does not enjoy being called a Dirty Old Man.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: Oriko's father, after being convicted, is punished by turning into a grey dog Familiar spirit, with no chance of ever becoming human again.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Kyouko has these, although when she first meets the duo, they border on Fangs Are Evil.
  • Declaration of Protection: Originally, this was Homura’s shtick, but once the universe was rewritten this became Madoka’s trope all in all. Though it still is invoked.
    • Homura invokes this once again in Chapter 9.
  • Deity of Human Origin: Madokami, and arguably, Madoka herself.
  • Defeat Equals Friendship: Madoka plans to invoke this on Kyouko.
  • Despair Event Horizon: The Incubators appear to those in the middle of a crisis and offer them the chance to become a Puella Magi and make a wish. There's also the Despair Cubes.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Not only our Madoka, but Madokami and Homura.
  • Driven by Envy: Sayaka isn't too impressed by the new girl or how easily she's gotten close to Madoka. Nor is she too thrilled by being excluded from their new school club.
  • Elemental Powers: There are at least four, each with their specific incantations:
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: Water (Aquos) beats fire (Incendio), and earth (Terranus) beats wind (Flans).
  • Familiar: Kyuubey.
    • Homura also has one: a black butterfly.
    • It seems that being turned into one can work as some sort of punishment, as Oriko's father can attest.
  • Flying Broomstick: It's mentioned that Junko has one of these.
  • Gratuitous German: Certain phrases, like the one at the beginning of chapter 3, are written in German.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Kyubey's greeting to Homura in chapter 5.
  • Healing Factor: Gregor, the first Demon seen, possesses one that allows him to regenerate his body as Mami quickly dissolves it bit by bit.
    • Kyouko also has a factor like this, due to being a vampire.
  • Hearing Voices: Homura is.
  • Holy Burns Evil: Kyouko, as a vampire, is affected by a cross Sayaka picks up during their fight in "Strawberry Leech Part 1." Actually, she's faking it.
  • Humanity Is Infectious: Something that the Incubators discovered when they reached Earth, to their horror.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Mami at the start of chapter 5, also revealing her wish.
  • Impoverished Patrician: Kamijou comes from an aristrocratic family with very old magic; unfortunately, their money and influence have dwindled, making it difficult for them to cope with his accident.
  • Insistent Terminology: When Homura calls Madoka by her surname, she requests to simply be called Madoka.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: The Kyuubi of the remade world have blue eyes instead of red, appear to have emotions, and seem to sympathize with those they contract.
    • Icy Blue Eyes: This doesn't stop them from being creepy, and at least one of them is out to get revenge on Madoka for 'making a fool of him'.
  • Literal Genie: One of the things Homura remembers from Kyubey in the rewritten universe is how, when you made him a wish, he would grant it in the most literal way possible.
  • Love Goddess: Madoka proclaims she's one during her Badass Boast in chapter 6's flashback.
  • Love Potion: These are among the items used by Oriko's father while describing how he controlled women.
  • Made of Evil: Demons, the rewritten universe's answer to Witches, are made of death and despair.
  • Magic Staff: Madoka, Homura and Kauko all have one.
  • Magic Wand: Everyone has one, save for those with particularly large amounts of Mana.
  • Make a Wish: In addition to making a wish when contracting, Puella Magi can also collect Wish Coins by defeating Demons and Wraiths. Gathering enough of these enables them to effectively buy another wish.
  • The Meaning of Life: This is Oriko's wish after the tragedy that befell her family.
  • Meganekko: Homura is called this on at least one occassion.
  • Mood Ring Eyes: Madoka is turning out to have this. When she’s about to dish out a buttkicking? Red. When Madokami is controlling her physical body? Gold. Who knows what will come next?
  • Multiverse: Hinted at.
  • Multi-Part Episode: "Strawberry Leech" and "Sunshine and Water," chapters 8-9 and 18-19.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Homura to the new universe. Not because it's the first time she's been there (she remarks while walking to school that the atmosphere is familiar to her), but because the new universe is so vastly different compared to the previous time loops.
  • Oh, Crap!: Madoka, Homura, and even Kyuubey's reaction after the fight with the Demon at the hospital.
  • Only Sane Man: Sayaka, apparently, at least in her eyes.
  • Ojou: Mami, it turns out, has turned out better in this new world due to her parents still being alive. She lives in a mansion, has a (very expensive) time sphere, like in Mahou Sensei Negima!, and there's even a tower in the city christened with her surname.
  • Our Demons Are Different: They're the replacement for Witches in the rewritten universe, basically. They can be tracked using a Soul Gem, they use "Subordinates," essentially the Witch's familiars by another name, and judging by chapter 7's introduction, they're made of death and despair.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: They have a Healing Factor, possess fangs, drink blood, and going by implications in dialogue, they're basically immortal. Kyouko's a practical proof of this.
  • Physical God: Madoka is regarded as such by the Incubators, who insistantly call her 'Kami-sama'.
  • Pretty Butterflies: Homura's Familiar takes the shape of one.
  • The Promise: Between Madoka and Homura in chapter 5. The promise is to not kill Kyubey.
  • Rage Against the Reflection: Homura does this in chapter 2, when looking at her reflection causes her self-loathing tendencies to act up. She's promptly called out by her nurse soon after.
  • Red Baron: Homura's deceased mother, according to Mr.Chamomile, was called "The Black Rose".
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Madoka has to be the most relevant example. Aside from her there also happens to be {Kyuubey}, who seems to have escaped the rewrite of the universe somehow.
  • Refusal of the Call: In chapter 4, it's said that Kyubey visited Oriko's house twice before the chapter, but she had vehemently refused him. And then the start of the chapter happened...
  • Reset Button: Basically chapter one.
  • Saying Too Much: Madoka stops herself from doing this in chapter 4.
  • Secret Keeper: Mr. Chamomile knows about the Puella Magi, and serves as an ally among the school staff.
  • Selfless Wish: A dying Mami's wish in the remade world was for Kyuubi to save her parents rather than herself.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Homura calls Mami "Sempai" when she first meets her. Judging by her reaction and what she says next, Homura's the first to actually call her that.
  • Sensor Character: Kyubey seems to be able to sense not only Demons, but other Incubators and Puella Magi. Mami and Kyoko were across town, and thus ‘out of range’ for his telepathy at one point.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong- What Madoka’s wish set out to do in the first place.
  • Shout-Out: Several, in fact.
    • Doppeliners from Kurokami
    • The "Closed Spaces" that the Demons reside in are a reference to Haruhi Suzumiya.
    • There are several big Shout Outs to Mahou Sensei Negima!:
      • Mami's Time Sphere is one, and doubles as a Cameo Prop
      • Madoka saves her cat in a scene that resembles the chapter in an early volume involving wind magic.
      • The name of the book Homura finds at her house is "Diarium Ejus"
      • The guidance counselor is a man named Albireo Chamomile who insists on being called "Chamo-kun"
      • There is an Ala Alba tournament coming up, as the announcements over the P.A. have said.
    • Tirol is the name of the restaurant that Chii works at in Chobits. They go there after school to have tea.
    • "Welcome," said Mami to the band of four behind her, "to our 'Little Garden'."
  • Shrine Maiden: Kyouko used to be one, as was her sister.
  • Spell Book: Textbooks double as these.
  • Spin-Off: To Eternal Flowers.
  • Spontaneous Weapon Creation: The Puella Magi can do this, like usual, but of particular notice is Madoka, who's capable of summoning her weapon without transforming.
  • Starfish Alien: The Incubators.
  • Stepford Smiler: Madoka even more so than in canon. Homura was this at first, but her smile seems to gradually become more and more real.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Madokami, always, and Madoka at times.
  • Technicolor Eyes: Inkyuu, Kyouko's Incubator, has purple eyes.
  • Technicolor Fire: Homura’s fire is blue from what we’ve seen so far.
  • That Girl Is Dead: In this 'verse, Kyouko renounced her name following her little sister Momo's death and renamed herself after the cherry blossoms Momo'd given her before the incident.
  • These Hands Have Killed: Oriko's, to be exact, at the start of chapter 4.
  • This Is Reality: Sayaka's reaction upon seeing Madoka as a Puella Magi.
  • Waking Up at the Morgue: Nagisa Momoe, complete with a complete color change of her hair and eye color form earlier.
  • Wham Line: From the nurse to Homura, in chapter 2:
    • —-> Nurse Austero: It's the least I could do for a fellow Magistra Magi now, isn't it?
    • And then, one chapter later, to show that Madoka knows more than she lets on:
      • ——> Madoka: Homura-chan... I can remember everything.
    • Then, at the start of chapter 4, proving that there are other Magical Girls besides the main quintet:
      • ——> Kyubey: As you wish, Oriko.
    • Kyouko, after showing her backstory to the team in chapter 9:
      • —-> Kyouko: That was over 50 years ago.
  • Wizarding School: Mahokari Academy. It has Middle through High School students as well.


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