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Do you consider Blossom a Standardized Leader? I consider so because of the fact that she has had the least amount of focus episodes out of the three girls.
No. A Standardized Leader has less characterization than her teammates. Blossom has about the same amount of characterization as her sisters.
Would you consider Princess Morbucks an Arch-Enemy to Blossom? I say this for two reasons: 1. Blossom appears to be at odds with her more then her sisters and 2. Princess might hate her the most out of the Powerpuffs. The rivalry between these two could have stemmed from the ending of Princess' first appearance when Blossom gave her that whole speech about why she can never be a Powerpuff Girl after she Curb Stomped her when she easily defeated her sisters.
I don't think so. Princess is Driven by Envy of the girls in general. She doesn't show any special enmity with Blossom in particular.
Okay, so its stated that Buttercup is a Foil to each of her sisters in different ways (the Red Oni to Blossom's Blue Oni and the Tomboy to Bubbles' Girly Girl). But what about Blossom and Bubbles? How are they a foil to each other? Which would you say fits them more? Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling or All Work vs. All Play?
Or they might not be foils at all.
Do The Power Puff Girls' coma tails count as Power Glow or Battle Aura? Or should it be named something else but Glow Trail?
I don't think it's either of those. Glow Trail is a redlink, so I don't know what you mean there.
Why is Big in Japan YMMV? There's no subjectivity about it. It is big in Japan.
It's an Audience Reaction; it happens outside the work, but it doesn't appear objectively within it. All Audience Reactions are YMMV by default because they don't occur in the work itself.
This is odd: there is no such trope. Nearest is As Himself, but that's a credits gag.
As Myself: "The Powerpuff Girls' Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever" simply focuses on them playing in their room, pretending to be... The Powerpuff Girls. Subverted as they all switch roles and even dragoon the very annoyed professor into playing Bubbles. Watching them run around singing their own theme tune turns the adorable Up to Eleven.
I can see it fitting for As Himself if you imagine the credits for their little fantasy, so I'll put it as that
Here's a really obscure parental bonus. In the episode "Too Pooped to Puff", there's a character with an oddly-shaped head. He contributes only a couple of lines, but it was his last line that made me look up. "I could be Soggy Toast", he says... Y'know? Like Toast that has been dunked in Milque?
Is 'Mr. Mime' a canon name for Rainbow The Clown's villain-form?
Yes, I believe so.
Okay, we need a YMMV page for this show, as glancing through I've seen more than a few Subjective Tropes.
Needs appraisal. It may be easier to simply reword Trope Entries so as to be objective. We don't want an YMMV page with two entries.
If there are a bunch of definitely Subjective Tropes, you should totally go ahead and do that, though
"The Powerpuff Girls centers around a Power Trio of little girls who fight crime in the fictional city of Townsville."
Fictional? Am I missing something here? Townsville is a city in north-east Australia. I haven't actually seen this show, though - I just stumbled across the page - so I don't feel comfortable correcting it.
It is most assuredly not the Australian city of Townsville, unless everyone there speaks American English and it has American flags in front of its schools.
I'm fairly certain this is essentially an "Anytown, USA"-type city.
in one episode mojo jo jo blast bubbles with a lazer and when she screens he goes yes yes??
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