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"The Shining Crystal of Love and Hope, Magical Warrior Diamond Heart!"

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Our protagonist, Valerie, in her Diamond Heart form
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Magical Warrior Diamond Heart, or MWDH for short, is an in progress Visual Novel created by Pyonkotchi. The demo, which has the first seven chapters, can be found here.

The crystal Kingdom of Chalcedonia was once a beautiful place, under the rule of the Princess Rosalia, they lived happy peaceful lives. Until one day, monsters called Nightmares destroyed the kingdom. Princess Rosalia and her fairy knight Diana hid deep in the castle, praying that their last hope, the magical Rose Crystal Mirror would produce a miracle, and save their home, however, they were attacked by the leader of the Nightmare Agency, Druzy. Diana fought helplessly before finding herself transported Earth, but her Princess was no where to be seen.

Unfortunately the nightmares began to attack this new world too. Valerie Amaranth, an ordinary 17 year old, has her world changed forever when she recieves the powers of the Legendary Crystal Warrior Diamond Heart. Now with the help of Diana, she must find her allies, defeat the Nightmares, and rescue the missing princess Rosalia.

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You can visit the official website here and the tumblr page, where progress (and fanwork!) is constantly posted, is here. Official Kickstarter page here.


Magical Warrior Diamond Heart contains examples of:

  • April Fools' Day: An additional episode was released on April Fools of 2018, featuring Liam going to snail church to atone for his sins.
  • All in the Manual: The official Tumblr blog has lots of trivia about the characters that isn't mentioned in the game.
  • Beautiful Dreamer: Liam's introduction scene shows him asleep in the student council room while Valerie admires his beauty.
  • Bedmate Reveal: The beginning of episode 2, Val wakes up to find Diana in human form sleeping in her bed. She promptly kicks her off.
  • Big Bad: Druzy, the head of the Nightmare Agency who leads the monster attacks on the kingdom and wants to awaken the Princess of Darkness.
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  • By the Power of Grayskull!: "Royal Heart Metamorphosis!" for Valerie, and "Crystal Heart Revolution!" for the other warriors.
  • Cast Full of Gay: Valerie is pansexual, Clover is a bisexual trans girl, Zacharie is nonbinary and bisexual, Sophie is a lesbian, Liam is bisexual, Alex is bisexual, and Ethan is a bisexual trans boy. And these are just the main characters!
  • Cherry Blossoms: Liam's nature powers have a heavy cherry blossom motif.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Each of the characters is represented by a signature color.
  • Cool Big Sis: Clover's sister, Lotus.
  • Crash-Into Hello: This is how Valerie meets Zacharie and Chandra.
  • Crossover: A crossover with the magical girl game Nova Girls was announced in 2017, but no details have been given yet.
  • Crystal Prison: When the Nightmare Agency turns creates monsters, the victims bodies are trapped in one of these.
  • Crystal Weapon: Valerie wields a crystal sword.
  • Dark Magical Girl: Luna, one of the members of the Nightmare Agency, wears a black magical girl outfit and is supposed to be Valerie's evil counterpart.
  • Dark Skinned Red Head: Valerie.
  • Debut Queue: Played straight up until episode 5. Alex and Amber gain their powers off screen and appear at the same time and Liam is revealed to have not gotten his powers at all in the following episode.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Amber appears at the end of Episode 4 but isn't formally introduced until episode 6.
  • Elemental Powers: Each Crystal Warrior has powers over a specific element.
  • Everything's Better with Sparkles: Glitter and sparkles are everywhere. Valerie comments after transforming that even her hair is sparkly.
  • Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name!: The game's chapters are supposed to mimic typical magical girl episodes, and the episodes' names reflect this.
  • Frills of Justice: All of the Crystal Warriors have frills and ribbons on their uniforms, even the guys.
  • Gay Option: Clover, Sophie, and Chandra all have romance routes. Thanks to reaching a strech goal on Kickstarter, your fairy companion Diana is now included.
  • Genki Girl: Valerie, who is always full of energy and cheerfulness.
  • In a Single Bound: Valerie when she transforms for the first time.
  • Interclass Friendship: Clover, who is rich, and Valerie.
  • Lonely Rich Kid: Clover, who before meeting Valerie has never had a real friend besides her sister.
  • Magical Girl: Well, of course! It's the bread and butter of this game!
  • Magical Girl Warrior: It's right there in the title.
  • Magical Land: The fairies come from the magical kingdom of Chalcedonia in a far off world.
  • Modesty Shorts: Diamond Heart's outfit has this. Sapphire Heart's are much less noticeable.
  • Multiple Endings: There are good and bad ends for each route.
  • New Transfer Student: Clover, after her introduction episode.
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Diana and Amber are animal-like fairies
  • Odd Friendship: Between Liam, the cold and sleepy student council president, and Alex, who's passionate and friendly.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: Both Diana and Amber look like animals rather than fairies.
  • Pink Heroine: Valerie, the protagonist, transforms into a pink magical girl.
  • Power Dyes Your Hair: The Crystal Warrior's hair colors become lighter and more vibrant when they transform.
  • The Power of Friendship: One of the game's main themes.
  • The Power of Love: Represented by Valerie. It's also the foundation of the warriors' powers.
  • Power Makes Your Hair Grow: Every single Crystal Warrior, including the boys, gains Rapunzel Hair after transforming.
  • Psychosomatic Superpower Outage: The Crystal Warrior's powers are linked to their mental state and they can lose the ability to transform all together if they're not in the right mindset. In episode 6 Liam is shown to be unable to transform because of this, and Amber states that because of his insecurity Ethan will never transform either.
  • Recruit Teenagers with Attitude: Diana when she tells Valerie to transform.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Valerie is the hyper, energetic red oni to Sophie's rational, collected blue, and Alex is the passionate red to Liam's cold unfriendly blue.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Diana and Amber, the fairy mascots of the game.
  • Romance Game: There are several romance routes in the game. Originally only had seven (three for the free to play version and seven for the deluxe game), but thanks to a successful Kickstarter, nine romances are now available (four for free to play and all nine for the deluxe version)
  • Secret Identity: All of the magical warriors have one.
  • Shout-Out: In the demo for the game, two pictures of Hajime and Togami from Danganronpa are present at the café.
  • Student Council President: Liam. Sophie's the vice president.
  • Terrible Trio: Opal, Onyx and Labra are always causing trouble and sometimes they're even arguing against each other.
  • Transformation Name Announcement: All of the Crystal Warriors do this.
  • Transformation Trinket: The Crystal Warriors use cell-phones to transform.
  • Undying Loyalty: Diana, who always protected and cared for Rosalia regardless of the kingdom's opinion of her.
  • Video Game Cruelty Potential: After Valerie and Sophie leave Ethan alone in the café to fight a Nightmare, you have the option to get angry at him instead of apologizing. If you try to hug him in the next episode he'll snap at you.
  • Video Game Cruelty Punishment: Be mean to Ethan enough times and you're locked out both of his AND Sophie's romance route, according to Word of God.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Diana and Amber can transform into humans.
  • Wham Episode: After some rather lighthearted episodes, episode six ends with Ethan kidnapped and locked in a crystal, six of the seven Crystal Warriors depowered and defeated, and Liam—who hasn't transformed yet—trying DESPERATELY to help. The screen goes black. "But nothing happened."
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: The majority of the cast has unrealistic hair colors.

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