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For example Cure Rhythm is often shown with plenty of yellow backgrounds and designs but no one ever calls her yellow lol. Cure Twinkle has a lot of purple imagery but she's not a purple Cure. Honestly Cure Rosetta had a lot of green (backgrounds and outfit) so it's sad to see that she's not considered green lol..
 
For example Cure Rhythm is often shown with plenty of yellow backgrounds and designs but no one ever calls her yellow lol. Cure Twinkle has a lot of purple imagery but she's not a purple Cure. Honestly Cure Rosetta had a lot of green (backgrounds and outfit) so it's sad to see that she's not considered green lol..
   
But to hear Parfait being called green is odd to me since rainbow and light blue are on her costume for the most part and in her attack and motifs. Like I wouldn't look at the Kirakira team and see her and say "Oh I like green one" lol
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But to hear Parfait being called green is odd to me since rainbow and light blue are on her costume for the most part and in her attack and motifs. Like I wouldn't look at the Kirakira team and see her and say "Oh I like the green one" lol

Latest revision as of 15:43, August 5, 2017

I think it's for aesthetic purposes, simply to not leave out the color and in order to make a full a rainbow. I personally think a Cures theme color is simply put by their outfit and or hair.

For example Cure Rhythm is often shown with plenty of yellow backgrounds and designs but no one ever calls her yellow lol. Cure Twinkle has a lot of purple imagery but she's not a purple Cure. Honestly Cure Rosetta had a lot of green (backgrounds and outfit) so it's sad to see that she's not considered green lol..

But to hear Parfait being called green is odd to me since rainbow and light blue are on her costume for the most part and in her attack and motifs. Like I wouldn't look at the Kirakira team and see her and say "Oh I like the green one" lol

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