Fairyland is in peril! The Super Miracle Idols have disappeared, flowers have stopped blooming and the Happiness Tones that come from inside people’s hearts are no longer available to restore balance to the world. The Queen, concerned, sends the three creatures Dai, Sei and Ryoku to the human world in order to find three princesses that can help make people happy and restore the Happiness Tones. Now, Natsuki, Ringo and Layla – once three normal girls – must transform into the idol group Lilpri with the help of their newfound friends and help save Fairyland in the process!
We Found the Princesses! Pri!
The Ma-pets' Big Mistake! Pri!
The Princess is Forgetful! Pri!
Master Arrives! Pri!
Lost and in Big Trouble! Pri!
Princess Training! Pri!
I Quit Training! Pri!
Chase After Wish! Pri!
PriPri Soccer! Pri!
Lovey-Dovey in Haiku Form! Pri!
A Big Cinderella! Pri!
The Best Apple Pie in the World! Pri!
Anime in 200 Words: Hime Chen! Otogi Chikku Idol LilpriPremise: Three little girls receive magical pets and powers, because they are the legendary little princesses of fairy land. Their task is to make people happy so they can suck the happiness right out of them and use it to recharge the magical world.Disclaimer: The irony presented in the premise was added by me; they aren’t devious in any manner. *sigh*Magical Girl: The girls transform into idols and SING! at their enemies. They get new clothes and are loved by the masses, and everything is wonderful... except...Rant: ...they interrupt people’s major life events for spontaneous concerts, and everyone is ok with it. Now, it could just be me, but if a trio of teen girls tried to upstage me at MY wedding, I’d be pissed. (And it would turn into a fighting anime, because I’d be kicking butt. We could call it “Wedding Fighto!” It would be a hit, I can tell.)Music: Catchy but annoying after a while.Overall: Lilpri is... well, it’s what I expected. Overly cute characters, whiny voices, and repetitive songs. There aren’t even villains! (At least not episodic ones.) Just skip this.
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