The Cures of Fresh receive a special upgrade during the series, known as their "Cure Angel" form. Momozono Love (?? ??, Momozono Rabu?): The cheerful and selfless girl who is the unofficial leader of Pretty Cure. Aono Miki (?? ??, Aono Miki?): The elegant young woman who is talented in several fields and dreams of becoming a model, though Pretty Cure and her friends always come first for her. Yamabuki Inori (?? ??, Yamabuki Inori?): A shy girl who loves nature and animals, and aspires to become a veterinarian just like her parents. Westar (?????, Uesuta?): The more clumsy member of Labyrinth, who is more of a comic relief despite his tough appearance. Soular (????, Saura?): The quieter member of the group, who prefers planning before actions. Northa (???, Noza?): The fourth member who appears late in the series, though she was shown with her face hidden in the second opening before her official introduction. Klein (????, Kurain?): An elite member of Labyrinth, he acts like Moebius' right hand man, sending messages to the lower ranking members. Nakisakebe (??????, Nakisakebe?): The new kind of monster that Moebius presented to Eas after she asked for more time to defeat Pretty Cure.
Sorewatase (??????, Sorewataase?): The third monster used by the villains, stored within a fruit with a vaguely humanoid shape that is grown by Northa using the liquefied Fuko Energy stored in the Fuko Gauge.
Moebius (????, Mebiusu?): The leader of Labyrinth who wishes to rule all worlds, thinking of all his subjects to be only mindless pawns. Tarte (???, Taruto?): A ferret-like fairy of the Kingdom of Sweets, he is Chiffon's caretaker and speaks in Kansai dialect. Elder Tiramisu (???????, Chourou Tiramisu?): The owl-like elder of the Kingdom of Sweets, he is the one who summons the Pickruns to look for Pretty Cure. Azukina (?????, Azukina?): Tarte's fiancee who loves him very much and supports him in whatever he is doing. Kaoru (??????, Kaoru-chan?): Kaoru sells donuts in a park and plays the consultant role for Pretty Cure when they are feeling down. Chinen Miyuki (?????, Chinen Miyuki?): Miyuki is the leader of the famous dance unit Trinity and Pretty Cure's dance group, Clover's, coach.
Chinen Daisuke (????, Chinen Daisuke?): Miyuki's younger brother and is one of Love's classmates. Sawa Yuki (? ??, Sawa Yuki?): Another of Love's classmates who has a huge crush on Miki, though he thinks Cure Berry looks nice, too. Mikoshiba Kento (??? ??, Mikoshiba Kento?): Love's classmate and the heir to Mikoshiba Zaibatsu. Ichijo Kazuki (?? ??, Ichijo Kazuki?): Kazuki is Miki's 13-year-old younger brother who lives separate from Miki with their father ever since their parents divorced, and he attends the same school as Miki.

Momozono Keitarou (?? ???, Momozono Keitaro?): Love's father, a development chief for a company that makes wigs. Momozono Ayumi (?? ???, Momozono Ayumi?): Love's mother, who loves her family very much and is gentle and understanding to everyone.
Yamabuki Tadashi (?? ?, Yamabuki Tadashi?): Inori's father, the local veterinarian, owns a personal clinic in Yotsuba Town. Yamabuki Naoko (?? ??, Yamabuki Naoko?): Inori's mother and her husband's assistant in his clinic. Passion Harp (????????, Passhon Hapu?) - Passions's attack item; she is the only Cure in this season to have a different weapon. The arm warmers have been reduced to short cuffs, with the exception of Cure Passion, who wears long arm warmers. It is the first time the lead cure does not have any crush on someone; instead, it is the other way around, with her being clueless about it. Prior to Episode 31 of Fresh Pretty Cure!, where Higashi Setsuna transfers to Public Yotsuba Junior High School, this series is the only series in Pretty Cure history so far where the Cures do not attend the same school. This is the first season where the season's name is included within an attack followed by Heartcatch Pretty Cure and Suite Pretty Cured.
Fresh Pretty Cure is the first season where a villain becomes friends with the Cures, and becoming a Pretty Cure later on, with the second being Cure Beat in Suite Pretty Cured and the third being Cure Scarlet in Go! As of this season the only dubs of the Pretty Cure Series are Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean and Italian. In Fresh Pretty Cure's second opening, at some point, a Nakewameke appears below the ground Soular and Westar are standing on (with the Pretty Cures); however, since the Nakewameke has a dark-red diamond on it, it means that Eas was the one who summoned it, but by that time she already became Cure Passion and left the Labyrinth trio. This is the first series where when the Cures transform, their hair comes first before their clothes (except Higashi Setsuna), followed by Doki Doki! She is liked by everyone in town, and hates to see others suffering, even if they are her enemy. Her alter ego is Cure Pine (??????, Kyua Pain?), representing the power of faith through the symbol of the Diamond.
She has an obsession with defeating Pretty Cure in order to get Moebius to pay attention to her. She is an elite within Labyrinth, and uses Sorewatase as monsters and in battle can manipulate plants. They are made using a diamond imbued with evil energy that can be created by Eas, Westar and Soular using magic, which is then used to possess both animate and inanimate objects to do the bidding of whoever summons them. Although it is incredibly strong compared to Nakewamekes, it works by sapping energy from the user and causing him or her pain. Owing to a contract that Tart can get donuts for free by entertaining solicitation, he also shares the secret of the existence of Tart and Chiffon.

He likes Love and often tries to impress her throughout the series but sometimes ends up in a friendly fight with her. Miki often exploits him to go out with her and pose as her boyfriend to keep away other boys. He has a bold, generous appearance and is very knowledgeable about animals, a quality that Inori admires greatly.
The Pickruns (of each respective Cure) entered the girls cellphone and it became a Linkrun, which they use to transform. Each have their own attack name and a different headpiece for the wands (ie: Peach has a heart). Daisuke also attends school here and during a festival he was helping Love set up a haunted house.
In episode 3, some students of Yotsuba Junior High School had this conversation while walking past Miki: "Isn't that the uniform from Torigoe Academy?" "Ehh. Furthermore, they do not end their sentences with a suffix, and the tradition of ending each series with four mascots is gone. Her alter ego is Cure Peach (??????, Kyua Pichi?), representing the power of love through the symbol of the Heart. Her alter ego is Cure Berry (??????, Kyua Beri?), representing the power of hope through the symbol of the Spade. He often plans out his attacks before going on a mission, always knowing beforehand what to do.
Eas was given only four cards to summon Nakisakebes, and those four are the only ones that appeared in the series.
He is prone to worrying and often grumbles, but becomes weak to a good story and will become overly emotional.
The mark on Chiffon's forehead gives a light that has many different abilities, including bestowing Pretty Cure with the ability to transform and giving them some of their power ups. The series initially focuses on three Cures, Momozono Love, Aono Miki and Yamabuki Inori, who transform into Cure Peach, Cure Berry, and Cure Pine, respectively.
For example, Cure Peach is changed into 'Spirit of Love!', Berry is 'Spirit of Hope', Pine is 'Spirit of Prayers' and Passion is 'Spirit of Luckiness', which counts as official Cures. But in the original series in Asian countries, their names were used to be, for example the first Pretty Cure series, they were called 'Black Angel' and 'Snow Angel', which really confuses the Asian children in believing the 'real' Pretty Cure names. Midway through the season, a fourth Cure is introduced: Higashi Setsuna, who transforms into Cure Passion.

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