Fresh Pretty Cure

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"The pink heart is the emblem of love! Freshly picked, Cure Peach!"
"The blue heart is the emblem of hope! Freshly gathered, Cure Berry!"
"The yellow heart is the emblem of faith! Freshly harvested, Cure Pine!"
"The scarlet heart is the proof of happiness! Freshly ripened, Cure Passion!"
"The white heart is everyone's heart! Freshly fledged, Cure Angel!"


The sixth entry in the Pretty Cure franchise. The title comes from the heroines' fresh fruit Edible Theme Naming.

Love Momozono is a ridiculously-positive and empathetic girl who loves dancing. While attending a concert by her para-para idols Trinity, she is caught in an attack by the evil forces of Labyrinth, who seek to conquer The Multiverse by finding a MacGuffin called "Infinity". Love's desire to protect her idols and the happiness of those around her transform her into Cure Peach, one of the Legendary Warriors known as Pretty Cure.

She soon forms a Power Trio with her childhood friends: Miki Aono, an Insufferable Genius and fashion model who transforms into Cure Berry; and Inori Yamabuki, a kind-hearted animal lover who becomes Cure Pine. Together with Weasel Mascot Tart and baby puffball thing Chiffon, they must track down Infinity and protect the world from Labyrinth's machinations.

Fresh was an attempt to refresh (no pun intended) the Pretty Cure franchise after the successful but derivative Yes! Pretty Cure 5. It lowered the number of main characters to a manageable three, allowing for more development per character, and increased the amount of action and drama. The show later introduces a Story Arc focused on Labyrinth agent Eas, who attempts to infiltrate Love's group and steal her Transformation Trinket, only for the story to deconstruct Becoming the Mask in the most painful way possible, culminating in the birth of the fourth Pretty Cure, Cure Passion.

Tropes used in Fresh Pretty Cure include:
  1. "Shiawase getto da yo!"
  2. "Atashi kanpeki!"
  3. "Watashi, shinjiteru!"
  4. "Sei ippai, ganbaru wa!"