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Profile Linkle Stones

The Linkle Stones (リンクルストーン Rinkuru Sutōn?) are the main collectible items in Mahou Tsukai Pretty Cure!. The Linkle Stones come in different shapes and colors and each stone has a different power. Only those with a gold rim or pink rim can be used for transformations and attacks while those with silver rims are used for magic spells.

Appearance

Each Linkle Stone is a gem attached to a rim, both of which have unique shaping. Before they turned into gold rimmed jewels, Mirai and Riko's stone Diamond Linkle Stones looked like a diamond pendant colored after their theme. After they transformed for the first time, the pendant changed into a real diamond.

Gold Rim

Ruby - A winged heart rim with a large ruby sphere.

Sapphire - A droplet rim with sapphire droplet-shaped gem.

Topaz - The rim features a diamond and lightning bolt design. The topaz is shaped like a heart.

Alexandrite - A crown with three gems, two droplet shaped, one sphere.

Diamond -  The first Linkle Stone Mirai and Riko transformed with. Also the most commonly used one until episode 10.

Silver Rim

Aquamarine - The rim has a snowflake design with the Aquamarine gem shaped like an oval.

Tourmaline - A sunflower with tiny flowers around the bottom. The Pink tourmaline is a sphere with a flower design etched in it.

Tanzanite - A silver circle with gem dots and stars. Two tanzanite gems adorn the middle, one a crescent moon, the other a star.

Peridot - An ornate clover design with dots. The Peridot in the center is a sphere.

Moonstone - The rim is shaped like a crescent moon with stars etched on it. The stone is a sphere.

Garnet - An ornate butterfly with an upside down droplet-shaped Garnet in the middle.

Amethyst - A heart-shaped key with dot designs and wings. The amethyst is heart-shaped and rests on top of it.

Pink Rim

Emerald - A flower and vine design on the rim with a bow on top. The emerald rests in the center.

Other

Mofurun - A movie-exclusive Linkle Stone. It is a gold rim shaped like a Witch Hat with a pink ribbon on it. The pink heart-shaped gem rests in the center.

Heartful - Also movie-exclusive. A pink heart-shaped rim with a gem on top, two sets of wings, and a ribbon design on the bottom. The gem is a dark pink heart.

Uses

There are two types of Linkle Stones: ones with a gold rim or pink rim and ones with a silver rim. Those with the gold rim are used by Cure Miracle, Cure Magical and Cure Felice to transform into their Style forms or to perform their attacks with the help of the Linkle Sticks, Flower Echo Wand or Rainbow Carriage. Those with the silver rim are used to cast everyday spells with the Magic Wands. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, they can provide food or drink for Ha-chan or allow her to change into different forms.

Each Stone has a spirit that represents it. The spirits are inserted into the Rainbow Carriage one at a time starting with episode 32. They first appear in episode 31.

Types and Abilities of the Linkle Stones

Gold Rims

Linkle Stone Dia: The Linkle Stone of Light, obtained in episode 1. Used by both Mirai and Riko, they insert this stone onto either Mofurun to transform into their Dia Style or the Linkle Sticks to perform their group attack Diamond Eternal. In addition to that, when inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, the stylus draws a cup of Unicorn milk for Ha-chan to drink and transforms her into a unicorn. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a witch's hat. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 48.
Linkle Stone Ruby: The Linkle Stone of Passion, obtained in episode 3. it is used by both Mirai and Riko by inserting it into either Mofurun to transform into their Ruby Style or the Linkle Sticks to perform their group attack Ruby Passionale. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates an apple that transforms Ha-chan into a dragon. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like an apple and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 34.
Linkle Stone Sapphire: The Linkle Stone of Calmness, obtained in episode 7. it is used by both Mirai and Riko in which they insert this stone onto either Mofurun to transform into their Sapphire Style or the Linkle Sticks to perform their group attack Sapphire Smartish. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates shell crackers that transforms Ha-chan into a mermaid. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a seashell and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 36.
Linkle Stone Topaz: The Linkle Stone of Excitement, first appearing in episode 10 and obtained in episode 11. Used by both Mirai and Riko, they insert this stone onto either Mofurun to transform into their Topaz or the Linkle Sticks to perform their group attack Topaz Esperanza. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates a thunder God drum which transforms Ha-chan into a Raijin, or a Japanese God of thunder in English. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a banana bunch and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 32.
Linkle Stone Alexandrite: The Linkle Stone of Miracles. Used by Cure Miracle, Magical and Felice, they insert this stone onto either Mofurun to transform into their Alexandrite Style or the Rainbow Carriage to perform their group attack Extreme Rainbow.

Silver Rims

Linkle Stone Aquamarine: The Linkle Stone of Ice, obtained in episode 5. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, the stylus draws a cup of cloudy sky soup for Ha-chan to drink and a Ice Sherbet to transform her into a snowman. Also, Cure Magical uses it to cast a freezing spell on the Yokubaru in episode 6. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a snowman and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 39.
Linkle Stone Pink Tourmaline: The Linkle Stone of Flowers, obtained in episode 8. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, the stylus draws a plate of flower pancakes for Ha-chan to eat that transform her into a flower fairy. Also, Cure Miracle uses it to cast a healing spell to free the animal within the Yokubaru in episode 8. Cure Felice also uses it with her Flower Echo Wand to cast a spell that summons a flower-shaped shield in episode 26. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a berry and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 44.
Linkle Stone Tanzanite: The Linkle Stone of Space, obtained in episode 12. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, the stylus draws a bowl of night sky stew for Ha-chan to eat or a Shooting Star raisin bread to transform Ha-chan into a UFO. When she eats it, her hair becomes covered in stars. Also, Cure Miracle uses it to cast a blinding spell on the Yokubaru in episode 14. Cure Magical is seen to be capable of using this spell in episode 40, albeit more powerful when combined with the stone's spirit. Also, the spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a shooting star and is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 40.
Linkle Stone Peridot: The Linkle Stone of Greenery, obtained in episode 13. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates a Fairy salad to transform Ha-chan into a griffin. Also, Cure Miracle or Cure Magical uses it to cast a spell on the Yokubaru that covered it in clovers in episode 14 with Cure Magical and in episode 35 with Cure Miracle. The spirit of this Linkle Stone is a melon. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 46.
Linkle Stone Moonstone: The Linkle Stone of the Moon, obtained in episode 14. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates Meteor Candies to transform Ha-chan into a purple wolf. Also, Cure Magical uses it to cast a full moon-shaped shield in episode 21. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a small crescent moon. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 33.
Linkle Stone Garnet: The Linkle Stone of Land, first appearing in episode 17 and obtained in episode 18. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates Sun Meatballs to transform Ha-chan into a meatball. Also, Cure Miracle uses it to cast a spell that caused to ground to ripple like waves in episode 21. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a carrot. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 35.
Linkle Stone Amethyst: The Linkle Stone of Doors, obtained in episode 19. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it creates amethyst grapes for Ha-chan, which adds a large grape hair accessory to her hair. Also, Cure Miracle uses it to cast a spell that allowed her and Cure Magical to teleport away from Dokurokushe's attacks. The spirit of this Linkle Stone looks like a grape. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 42.

Pink Rim

Linkle Stone Emerald: The Linkle Stone of Life, first appearing in episode 20 and obtained in episode 22. When inserted into the Linkle Smartbook, it allows Hanami Kotoha to transform into Cure Felice. When inserted into the Flower Echo Wand, it allows Cure Felice to perform Emerald Reincarnation. The spirit of this Linkle Stone is like a flower with five pink petals. It is inserted into the Rainbow Carriage in episode 48.

Other

Mofurun Linkle Stone: Mofurun's Linkle Stone from the movie. It allows her to transform into Cure Mofurun. It was created by the Wishing Stone from Mofurun's wish to protect her friends.
Heartful Linkle Stone: The Mofurun Linkle Stone changes into this when Mofurun comes back to life thanks to everyone's wishes. Inserted into the Rainbow Carriage, it transforms all the Cures into their Heartful Style, allowing them to perform their Heartful Rainbow attack. At the end of the movie it turns to dust again, having fulfilled Mofurun's wish.

Trivia

  • The gold-rimmed Linkle Stones: Dia, Ruby, Sapphire and Topaz are known as the Guardian Lights of the Linkle Stone Emerald, as they protect the Linkle Stone Emerald within its center. The remaining seven Linkle Stones are known as the Sustaining Lights who protect the Guardian Lights and support the Linkle Stone Emerald.
  • The Linkle Stone Emerald is the only Linkle Stone with a pink rim, and thus the only stone used for transformation to not have a gold rim.
  • Cure Miracle and Cure Magical perform the spells with the silver-rimmed Linkle Stones only while in their Dia Style form.
  • The Linkle Stone Emerald was hidden inside the Wand Tree in Magic World in episode 20, possibly due to Mother Rapapa.
  • The effect of the Linkle Stone Moonstone's spell is similar to Full Moon Humming of Cure Twinkle, which also summons a full moon as a shield.
  • Almost every spirit of the Linkle Stones goes into the Rainbow Carriage while the Cures are in the No Magic World. The spirit of Linkle Stone Amethyst is the only spirit to go into the Rainbow Carriage in the Magic World.
    • Each spirit spoke once before going into the Rainbow Carriage.
  • In episode 38, Jun gives Mofurun a decorative gem which is in fact a merchandise-exclusive Linkle Stone called the Halloween Mofurun Linkle Stone.

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