The Sky Pretty Cure series aired on the fictional TV channel Fairy~TV.
November 2013 - Sky Pretty Cure
The Sky Pretty Cure Series was started in November 2013, when FairySina decided to create a rainbow-themed series. The series was unofficially started when the first season, Sky Pretty Cure was created on November 7th, 2013. Back then, the term “Sky Pretty Cure Series” didn’t exist as there was only one season in total. Besides the theme, which were the colors of the rainbow, all information and details about the season were chosen randomly. The name “Sky Pretty Cure” was only used because FairySina couldn’t find a “better” name.
The names of the Cures were also chosen via coincidence. After Akahane Ruby got her name, FairySina decided to name all the other Cures after jewels and gemstones that fit their theme color (yellow and Topaz, blue and Sapphire, white and Diamond, etc.), while the Cure names should just be related to the theme color as well (Crimson as a shade of red; Sienna as a name/word to describe an orange/red place). On top of that, most of the Cures’ alter egos could actually be used as given names for normal people (Whitney, Saffron, Heather, etc.). Unlike it was leaked some time ago, the idea to name to Cures after the colors, was never planned or even thought of. But even if, it would have been impossible anyway, due to Cure White of Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart. All the names and alter egos of the six main characters were chosen on the page Behind the Name.
One of the things that were decided first, was the name of the locations. As names the home world and the town at earth were related to the sky (Skyriver; Feather Castletown), it was soon decided that the season might also be sky-themed, not just rainbow-themed. In the beginning, there were two teams in Sky Pretty Cure, which were known as “Warm Color Pretty Cure” (Crimson, Saffron, Sienna) and “Cold Color Pretty Cure” (Azure, Cyan, Whitney). Based on that, the schools were based on the theme colors of the girls that attend the school. The main transformation item, the Color Commune (formerly separated in Warm Color and Cold Color Communes) were based on the items used in the Futari wa seasons and Doki Doki Pretty Cure!, which aired during the time Sky Pretty Cure was created. After the Cures were named, the Mascots also got their names. They – unlike the Cures – got the direct names of their theme colors. Even though White shared her name with Yukishiro Honoka, the name remained unchanged. Only a few minor characters were created in the beginning, one of them, Akahane Robin, who was planned to be called “Rubin”. But due to a spelling mistake, she is now called Robin, which – according to FairySina – fits her personality much better.
As FairySina always loved references in games to other games or in TV shows to other TV shows, she added references to her Sky Pretty Cure. Though the references within the titles of the episodes started with episode 13, the first reference was the now popular “DiaLow” relationship. It was originally created due to the fact how FairySina’s first and favorite ship of a known TV show was ruined by the writers. Though this is never noted, it's not forgotten. But FairySina stated that “DiaLow” is way more powerful than the ship could have ever been.
November 2013 - Rainbow Star
As it was created ‘only’ as a season with rainbow theme, there was no other season around Sky Pretty Cure planned. However, during the later days of the month of creation, FairySina thought about adding pink and purple references to the season, as these are the only colors to not appear in the series, as two more Cures were too much for one season. So FairySina asked the community of the Fandom of Pretty Cure Wiki if she should create a sequel to Sky Pretty Cure, including a pink and a purple Cure. As the users liked the idea, the season Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ was created on November 24th, 2013; the same day of the survey. With it, Koshokukoi Rubellit and Murasakiiro Amethyst were created, based on the concept the original six Cures gave to the season. Their alter egos (Heather and Lavender) are also based on this concept. It was fast decided that the two would be a Pretty Cure duo, much like Cure Black and Cure White from Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart, Cure Bloom and Cure Egret from Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star and Cure Melody and Cure Rhythm from Suite Pretty Cure♪. Else, FairySina couldn’t have included two Cures at once. As Rubellit was created to be an idol, FairySina let her have a cameo appearance in the first season as well. To make Robin a Pretty Cure was an idea FairySina had first in 2014, so almost a year after creating the two seasons, Rubellit and Amethyst. However, she’s still considered as “beta Cure Heather” at some time, which led FairySina to create episode 09 of Rainbow Star, giving Robin her own Cure alter ego. At some time, FairySina realized that Heather and Lavender had similar powers like her two favorite Pretty Cures, which are Cure Peach (power: Love, like Heather) and Cure Dream (the Cure of dreams, like Lavender, and hope). However, this trivial fact had nothing to do with their creation. One day at school, when Fairy tried to explain the Pretty Cure Franchise to a friend, the friend said that “if it starts with a black one, it should end too”. Referring to Cure Black being the only Cure with whose theme color is black. This statement made FairySina think and, as she agreed with her friend, she decided to make another Cure – but as eight main Cures were enough in her opinion, the black Cure became an villain. The Cure is now known as Cure Shyama, the Pretty Cure of darkness.
During the work on Rainbow Star, long before RELOADED and The Final Sky Pretty Cure were even an idea, FairySina had the idea of giving all the girls love relationships. However, as it seemed a little rushed in one season, and she didn’t think about yet another season, this idea was scrapped. However, she kept one character of those “princes”. This one was “Yoiki Chrysoberyl”, who is mostly called “Chris” and got his name from the character “Chirs Halliwell” of Charmed. For some reason, Fairy liked Chris, so he was allowed to stay inside the series. Though FairySina doesn’t remember the creation of Onyx and Yumi, she remembers that it was always planned that Yumi was turned into Onyx and has always been Amethyst’s friend. Adding to the creation of Amethyst, a new school was added, which was – unlike the first schools – based on the theme of the sky again. The Feather Castle High School was created long after that, as FairySina didn’t know about how and when a Japanese leaves Middle School. As an extra character, a new mascot, besides Pink and Purple, was added to the season. This was Feather, who had no real reason to be there, to be honest. But luckily, FairySina managed to give Feather a meaning later during the creation of the series.
July 2014 - Reloaded!/RELOADED!
Sometime in July 2014 or around, FairySina realized, she couldn’t live with “only” two seasons of Sky Pretty Cure. She also realized, she could never create any other Pretty Cure season, which she could love as much as Sky Pretty Cure. So she decided to make Sky Pretty Cure her main season. But she scrapped the idea of another season so many times until she got bored at school once and created “Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED!” there. Though other users were surprised by it, FairySina didn’t doubt the decision. However, when creating, she thought that RELOADED might be the last season, which changed sometime later. The idea of RELOADED being music based, was a random idea. But she remembers how she thought about how the creators of the cartoon “Winx” managed making four seasons that weren’t boring (until she stopped watching it), even though she didn’t watch or like the cartoon back then, she slightly wished more seasons for Sky too. Much like the classic magical girl anime Sailor Moon went, FairySina hoped for many seasons of Sky Pretty Cure. Like Rainbow Star, RELODED got an extra character, Melody, who was supposed to bring music to the world of Pretty Cure. However, her powers were made weaker and now, she is ‘only’ the replacement of Feather of the prequel.
July 2014 - The Final Sky Pretty Cure
With the idea of having Catastrophe return for a final showdown, FairySina created the last season of the Sky Pretty Cure Series, The Final Sky Pretty Cure. However, she didn’t notice that the name is similar to “The Final Countdown” from Europe. Now that she realized it, she considers this as a nice touch, having a final and closing season. RELOADED and The Final are the shortest seasons, with a total of only 47 episodes, if the seasons are counted as once – which FairySina usually does. Unlike Rainbow Star and RELOADED, The Final doesn’t have an extra character and the Cures fight in their normal 8 Cure formation and are lend the power to perform “Magical Rainbow Finale” with Loo’s help. The Final Sky Pretty Cure was created to go deeper inside the lives of the main characters and less to show them fighting, as Sky Pretty Cure showed enough fighting in the previous 115 episodes. The season also introduced characters that were never seen in the series before, like Diamond or Low’s parents and Low’s sisters. For the final episode, all main and supporting main character returned to earth to support the Pretty Cures during their final fight. And the aura created by Catastrophe’s final attack was based on the Twilight Realm of the game The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The Final also reintroduced the home world of the villains of the very first season, Kamon. And with that, the plot of the third and last movie was tied to the main story of this season.
Rainbow Angel, the ancient warrior, who defeated Catastrophe and saved the world of light from darkness, was created by FairySina for unknown reasons. Though she doesn’t remember why and how she created FairySina, she thought it would be nice, showing the girls’ teamwork by let them having their most powerful transformation; the Rainbow Angel! The story around the angel was added after that, after all, they needed a reason to achieve this power. The fact that all eight main characters of the series are descendant of the old angel, was created in Spring or Summer 2016 and has yet to be made official. But it was hinted in the manga Sky Pretty Cure: Legend of the Rainbow. Along with the four main seasons of the Series, a Next Generation (for more information: link) and two manga chapters were created for the series. These two mangas are “Sky Pretty Cure: The Tale of Carmine” and “Sky Pretty Cure: Legend of the Rainbow”. While Tale of Carmine describes Robin’s own Pretty Cure adventure, describes “Legend of the Rainbow” the ancient life of the first Pretty Cure; Rainbow Angel and is the official prologue of the Sky Pretty Cure Series.
May 2016 - The Unofficial 5th Season
Even long before the Sky Pretty Cure Series had ended, FairySina thought about making a fifth season of Sky Pretty Cure. But since after The Final, the story was closed, it was impossible to make another season. However, the thought about a fifth season did never let go of her so, a few weeks before the final episode, she created a blog on this wiki, asking users if they would like to see another season of Sky Pretty Cure, that has nothing to do with the story but focuses completely on the lives of the main characters of the series. As she got good response to it, she decided to create another season, which would be called Unofficial 5th Season. Though creating the page at the Sky Pretty Cure Wiki a while ago, on this wiki, the page hasn't been created until August 7th, 2016.
May 2017 - Guardian Angels Of The Sky
Sky Pretty Cure
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure
Sky Pretty Cure (スカイプリキュア Sukai Purikyua?) is the first season of the Series. The season tells about six girls becoming the legendary warriors of the sky to fight the evil that is trying to destroy all colors of the world. The story includes besides a lot of funny scenes and discussions also romantic and parallel universes. Sky Pretty Cure is also the processor to Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~. The season shares their main themes with the series itself, which are colors, jewels and the sky.
Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~
Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ (スカイプリキュア〜Rainbow Star〜 Sukai Purikyua 〜 Reinbōsutā 〜?) is the sequel to Sky Pretty Cure, which includes three new Cures. Two good Cures, with the theme colors pink and purple and an evil Cure. In this season, a villain from Sky Pretty Cure came back and created a new evil force to get her revenge on Pretty Cure.
Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED!
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED!
Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED! (スカイプリキュアRELOADED! Sukai Purikyua Rirōdeddo!?) is a part of the finishing seasons for the Sky Pretty Cure Series. In this season, a whole new villain attacks the Cures and the Cures get new, music based, powers from their new friend and mascot, Melody. At the end of Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED! something surprising happens and the story continues with the next season.
The Final Sky Pretty Cure
- Main article: The Final Sky Pretty Cure
The Final Sky Pretty Cure (ザファイナル スカイプリキュア Za Fainaru Sukai Purikyua?) is the fourth and final season of the Sky Pretty Cure Series. It is the second part of the finishing story for this series. In this season, the main boss of Sky Pretty Cure came back and the Cures have to transform into a powerful Angel to defeat him.
Unofficial 5th Season
- Main Article: Unofficial 5th Season
Sky Pretty Cure: The Unofficial 5th Season (スカイプリキュア：ひこうしきの第5シーズン Sukai Purikyua: Hikōshiki no dai 5 Shīzun?), often shortened as Unofficial 5th Season, is a continuation of the Sky Pretty Cure Series, centering around the main protagonists’ normal lives after they defeated the eternal darkness, known as Catastrophe. The story of the Unofficial 5th Season plays almost one year after the end of The Final Sky Pretty Cure.
Sky Pretty Cure Generations
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure Generations
The Sky Pretty Cure Generations is the continuation of the Sky Pretty Cure Series. The Sky Generations include the two next generation seasons and their movies. The Sky Pretty Cure Generations set in the future, including new Pretty Cures and new threats.
Happiness Rainbow Charge Pretty Cure!
- Main article: Happiness Rainbow Charge Pretty Cure!
Happiness Rainbow Charge Pretty Cure! (ハピネスレインボーチャージプリキュア！ Hapinesu Reinbō Chāji Purikyua?) is a crossover between the Sky Pretty Cure Seasons and Happiness Charge Pretty Cure! This series plays in a different universe than both series; Sky Pretty Cure and Happiness Charge Pretty Cure! Like the HaCha Cures, each Sky Cure gets one Form Change.
Puri-Puri Kyua Idol Parade!
- Main article: Puri-Puri Kyua Idol Parade!
Puri-Puri Kyua Idol Parade! (プリ−プリキュアアイドルパレード！ Puri − Puri Kyua Aidoru Parēdo!?) is a crossover movie between Sky Pretty Cure, Pretty Cure and Aikatsu! created by Yousei A. Sina. Though being a Pretty Cure movie, this movie is more based on Aikatsu! then the Pretty Cure series'. It also does not include any fights.
Pretty Cure Color Stars: Party of Terror!
- Main article: Pretty Cure Color Stars: Party of Terror!
Pretty Cure Color Stars: Party of Terror! (映画プリキュアカラースターズ：恐怖のパーティー！ Purikyua Karā Sutāzu: Kyōfu no Pātī!?) is a crossover between Yousei A. Sina's Sky Pretty Cure and Tachibana Nora's Shining Jewels Pretty Cure.
Spicy Mash Up! Against the Forces of Rainbows
- Main article: Spicy Mash Up! Against the Forces of Rainbows🌈
Sky Pretty Cure: Holidays at Skyriver
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure: Kyūjitsu ni Soragawa
Sky Pretty Cure: Kyūjitsu ni Soragawa (映画スカイプリキュア:休日に空川 Sky Pretty Cure: Holidays at Skyriver?) is the first movie for the Sky Pretty Cure Series and the movie of the first season; Sky Pretty Cure. In this movie, the Cures get an invitation to spend some time at Skyriver. However, their beautiful time at Skyriver turns out to be cursed.
Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~: Legend of the Rainbow Jewels
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~: Niji Hōseki no Densetsu
Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~: Niji Hōseki no Densetsu (映画スカイプリキュア〜Rainbow Star〜虹宝石の伝説 Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~: Legend of the Rainbow Jewels?) is the second movie of the Sky Pretty Cure Series and the official movie for Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~.
Sky Pretty Cure: A trip to Kamon!
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure: Kamon e no Ryokou!
Sky Pretty Cure: Kamon e no Ryokō! (映画スカイプリキュア：カアモンへの旅行！ Sky Pretty Cure: A trip to Kamon!?) is the third series movie to the Sky Pretty Cure Series that airs after the 12th episode of the final season; The Final Sky Pretty Cure.
Sky Pretty Cure: Under Another Moonlight!
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure: Imahitotsu gekko no shita de!
Sky Pretty Cure: Under Another Moonlight! Distant Skies, Lovely Heaven! (映画スカイプリキュア：今一つ月光の下で！遠くの空、好きの天空！ Eiga Sukai Purikyua: Imahitotsu gekkō no shita de! Tōku no sora, suki no tenkū!?) is a "What-If" movie produced for the Sky Pretty Cure Series. The movie deals with the question "What would have happened if Low actually returned to Kamon at the end of Rainbow Star?" The movie was released in Japanese cinemas on 25th November 2016 and has been released on DVD and Blu-ray in May 2017.
Pretty Cure All Stars Enchanted: Hope of Tomorrow!
- Main article: Pretty Cure All Stars Enchanted: Ashita no Kibou!
Pretty Cure All Stars Enchanted: Ashita no kibō! (映画プリキュアオールスターズエンチャント:明日の希望！ Pretty Cure All Stars Enchanted: Hope of Tomorrow!?) is a Pretty Cure All Stars crossover movie series featuring all current Pretty Cure characters. The Sky Pretty Cure characters will make their movie debut.
Pretty Cure All Stars: Protect Everyone's Snowy Memories!
- Main article: Pretty Cure All Stars: Min'na no yukina omoide o mamoru!
Pretty Cure All Stars: Protect Everyone's Snowy Memories! (映画プリキュアオールスターズ:みんなの雪な思い出を守る！ Pretty Cure All Stars: Min'na no yukina omoide o mamoru!?) is a Pretty Cure All Stars crossover movie series featuring all current Pretty Cure characters. Koshokukoi Rubellit and Murasakiiro Amethyst will make their movie debut.
Pretty Cure All Stars Enchanted 3: A New Hope in Heaven!
Pretty Cure All Stars: Rescue the Silver Hope of the Night Sky (映画プリキュアオールスターズ：しろがね希望の夜空救うある Pretty Cure All Stars: Shirogane kibō no yozora sukuu aru?) is the third All Star movie for the Sky Pretty Cure Series. The Sky Cures will meet the Go! Princess Pretty Cure and Mahou Tsukai Pretty Cure! Cures for the first time.
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure Series Cures
The Sky Pretty Cure Series has eight main Cures, who all represent a colors of the rainbow. In Sky Pretty Cure the first six Cures appear, while in Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ the last two Cures appear. In Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ is also appears a ninth Cure, who represents the black color but is a villain. Another Cure-like being appears in The Final Sky Pretty Cure. This being represents all colors and the eight Cures have transform into this being to defeat Catastrophe.
- Main article: Akahane Ruby
Akahane Ruby a young and energetic girl. She is very athletic and a good team player. She is a hard working girl, who can also be very lazy. Her laziness is usually shown when it comes to school work that has nothing to do with sport or helping at her parents’ restaurant. Her alter ego is Cure Crimson (キュアクリムゾン Kyua Kurimuzon?), the Pretty Cure of fire and passion. She represents the red color.
- Main article: Kiishi Topaz
Kiishi Topaz is a smart young girl who shows much sympathy to other people. She always tries to act mature to be the natural spot for her friends. Besides that, Topaz can also be very childish sometimes. However, Topaz can also be pretty stubborn or likes to tease others. She especially likes to tease her friends. Her alter ego is Cure Saffron (キュアサフラン Kyua Safuran?), the Pretty Cure of thunder and true strength. She represents the yellow color.
- Main article: Mikanki Amber
Mikanki Amber is a smart and very elegant young girl. Other people might think that Amber might be a bit arrogant when they first meet her. But actually she is the exact opposite of that. She is usually described as very helpful by to people who know her well. Her alter ego is Cure Sienna (キュアシエナ Kyua Shiena?), the Pretty Cure of light and elegance. She is represented by the orange color.
- Main article: Midorikusa Emerald
Midorikusa Emerald is a gentle and pretty smart young girl. She is also a really good friend. She cares for other more than for herself at some times. There are some times that she can understand how others feel just by the look at them and can understand them very fast. She also loves sports and her preferred sport is soccer. Her alter ego is Cure Cyan (キュアシアン Kyua Shian?), the Pretty Cure of naturality and wind. She represents the green color.
- Main article: Aomizu Sapphire
Aomizu Sapphire is a talented 15 year old girl. She usually says right what she thinks, no matter if it comes off rude or not. She is sometimes described as a tomboy because she usually doesn’t act like a girl and also talks a bit boyish at some times. Her alter ego is Cure Azure (キュアアズール Kyua Azūru?), the Pretty Cure of water, snow and talents. She represents the color blue.
- Main article: Shirosora Diamond
Shirosora Diamond is a smart and very gentle girl. Diamond is quite calm that's why people would describe her as shy, which is wrong. She is quite opened and has her own mind. Diamond always follows the "voice of her heart"; she does the things she thinks are right instead of what people want her to believe. Her alter ego is Cure Whitney (キュアホイットニー Kyua Hoittonī?), the Pretty Cure of intelligence and time. She is represented by the white color.
- Main article: Koshokukoi Rubellit
Koshokukoi Rubellit is a very cheerful, energetic but also clumsy young girl. She is a popular idol who originally comes from Tokyo and moved several times until she and her family came to Feather Castletown. When she came to Feather Castletown, she had problems making new friends due to her status as idol. Her alter ego is Cure Heather (キュアヘザー Kyua Hezā?), the Pretty Cure of love. She represents the pink color.
- Main article: Murasakiiro Amethyst
Murasakiiro Amethyst is a lonely young girl, who has just lost her mother and her sister. She acts pretty cold towards strangers and needs time to warm up towards others rather slowly. Amethyst really loves to write her own stories, like her mother used to do before she died. Her alter ego is Cure Lavender (キュアラベンダー Kyua Rabendā?), the Pretty Cure of dreams. She is represented by the purple color.
- Main article: Kuro Crimson
Kuro Crimson is the corrupted alter ego of Akahane Ruby. Kuro Crimson had her only appearance in episode 33 and 34 of the first season and made cameo appearances in episode 35 and episode 36 of the second season. Kuro Crimson did use attacks in the episodes but those weren't named. Kuro Crimson also made an appearance in the final season, in The Final episode 10.
- Main article: Cure Shyama
Cure Shyama is the Pretty Cure of darkness and was creaded by Break. She has a loyal character and follows every order Break gives her. Cure Shyama prefers to be called She prefers to be called Charoite (チャロアイト Charoaito?). She was defeated by Cure Sienna in episode 64.
- Main article: Rainbow Angel
The Rainbow Angel is a powerful angel-like creature. Rainbow Angel is a legendary person, who appears in the legends of Skyriver and has fought for the world of light. Rainbow Angel holds the power of the colors of the rainbow and the eternal light, which makes her the exact opposite of Catastrophe, who is known as the eternal darkness. Rainbow Angel uses the Starlight Crystal and her only known attack is Sekai ni Rainbow Color.
- Sky Pretty Cure Manga (Vol. 1 + 2)
- Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ Manga (Vol. 1 + 2)
- Sky Pretty Cure Reloaded! Manga
- The Final Sky Pretty Cure Manga
- Sky Pretty Cure: The Tale of Carmine - A sub story about Robin becoming a Magical Girl heroine herself.
- Sky Pretty Cure: Legend of the rainbow - A sub story in an ancient Feather-Castletown, featuring the Rainbow Angel as protagonist.
Pretty Cure Nova V! (プリキュアNova Ｖ！ Purikyua Noba Bui!?) is a short spin-off OVA series to the Sky Pretty Cure Series and the technical pilot to the Rainbow Star Movie. The story tells about the Houseki Kingdom's actual five warriors and how they became Pretty Cures. The season shares the theme of rainbows and gems with Sky Pretty Cure and also is based on the theme of stars.
Hell-Fire Pretty Cure is the dark version of the Sky Pretty Cure Series, displaying how the story would have went if the Pretty Cures were fighting for darkness instead of light.
The designs of the Pretty Cures is based on Kuro Crimson's and though the main characters of this season are the counterparts of the Sky Pretty Cures, they will have different civil and Cure names. The official name is Sky Pretty Cure: An Exchange of Morals! (スカイプリキュア：道徳のエクスチェンジ！ Sukai
Purikyua: Dōtoku no Ekusuchenji!?).
Sky Pretty Cure
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure Music
Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure ~Rainbow Star~ Music
Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED!
- Main article: Sky Pretty Cure RELOADED! Music
The Final Sky Pretty Cure
- Main article: The Final Sky Pretty Cure Music
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