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Arle Nadja
Arle PuyoPuyoChronicles.png
Arle, as she appears in Puyo Puyo Chronicle.
Name
Kanaアルル・ナジャ
RomanizationAruru Naja
Other NamesSilvana
Chinese 亞魯魯 (Yàlǔlǔ)
Hangul 아르르 (Areureu)
Personal Info
GenderFemale
BirthdayJuly 22
Blood typeAB
Age16 (Madou Monogatari Commercial)
Notable Appearances
First appearanceDisc Station #7 (Trailer)
Madou Monogatari 123 (Game)
Latest appearancePuyo Puyo eSports
Voice Actor(s)
JapaneseReiko Kurusu (Madou Monogatari 123, Puyo Puyo (1992))

Kotono Mitsuishi (Puyo Puyo CD, Puyo Puyo CD Tsu, Madou Monogatari I Honoo No Sotsuenji)

Mami Inoue (Puyo Puyo Tsu arcade - SFC, Madou Monogatari III Game Gear, Madou Monogatari I Mega Drive)

Minako Ozawa (Puyo Puyo Tsu PSX/PC, Puyo Puyo Sun, Madou Monogatari Saturn)

Emi Motoi (Puyo Puyo~n, Puyo Puyo DA!)

Hiromi Miura (Puyo Puyo Tsu PS2)
Mie Sonozaki (Puyo Puyo Fever - present)

Misako Uno (Puyo Puyo Chronicle DLC voice)
English
Unconfirmed
Ali Johnston
(Puyo Puyo Fever)
Erica Mendez (Puyo Puyo Tetris)
Puyo Puyo!! Quest information
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Arle Nadja is a young girl with magical powers. Her birthday is July 22nd. Being the main protagonist in Madou Monogatari, she is also the main protagonist of the early Puyo Puyo games, and is generally accepted to be the main protagonist of Puyo Puyo in general. She is described to be cheerful, but prone to making snarky comments. In the Madou Monogatari series, she is as young as five, but in the Puyo Puyo series, she is around 16. She attacks with elemental magic such as Fire, Ice Storm, and Thunder, but also knows some other magic such as Diacute, Heaven Ray and her signature Bayoen. Despite her design changing through out the series, Arle states that she wears the same clothes 365 days a year. Her favorite color is blue. She has a pet, or creature friend named Carbuncle or it's nickname, Carby. She is desired by Satan.

Biography

Appearance

Arle's appearance between games have minor differences, but there are several details that are consistent between depictions. In the Compile games, both her hair and eyes were brown, while in the SEGA games starting with Puyo Puyo Fever 2 her hair is orange while her eyes are a golden brown (curiously, her eyes were blue in Puyo Puyo Fever). Regardless, her hair is constantly tied together with a blue band to form a ponytail. Her clothing always puts an emphasis on blue and white colors, commonly sporting a blue skirt, blue boots, a T-shirt, blue wristbands, and a blue breastplate. These pieces of accessories and clothing would receive minor changes in later games, for example adding a white stripe to her wristbands and boots starting with Puyo Puyo Fever, and her breastplate covering her whole chest starting with Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary.

Puyo Puyo~n would give Arle several additional characteristics that would later be used in some later spin-offs or adapted in later SEGA games. She sports a heavier emphasis on armoring with bulkier shoulder padding and a breastplate that covers her chest and neck. Her blue band in her hair is replaced with what appears to be a type of tiara, however she still sports a ponytail. Puyo Puyo~n would start a trend of Arle wearing a type of cape, in this game a red cape that reaches to her legs. Later games would revive the characteristic of Arle wearing capes starting with Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary, where she wears a blue cape with a white rim. Her boots would gain a golden band with blue socks, and her wristband changed to a type of fingerless glove that covers the top of her hand similar to a gauntlet.

In Puyo Puyo DA!, she receives a dramatic makeover. Her normal attire being replaced with a red and black hoodie with a long-sleeve shirt underneath, a grey beanie, black sweatpants with a chain, and a pair of red, grey, and white colored sneakers, overall giving her an appearance that invokes hiphop or rap. Her ponytail is also missing.

Personality

Between games her characteristics receives minor changes, but overall she's a cheery girl that's somewhat of a tomboy. In Puyo Puyo Tetris, it's been stated she hates hygienic things such as hand sanitation and not to play with your food. Although she's normally optimistic, she has her limits and will start scolding others if irritated. Typically in the Puyo Puyo series she acts as the "straight man" of the cast, often being bewildered by the many weirdos and jerks she encounters. A common example is with Satan, who often comes up with out there schemes to marry Arle, which often causes Arle to respond with annoyance or disappointment. Because of this, she can sometimes come off as surprisingly mean-spirited, either intentionally ignoring her opponents or flat out mocking them. Regardless, she doesn't hold personal grudges towards anyone, even for her many enemies and rivals. However starting with Puyo Puyo Fever, her mean attitude is heavily downplayed or ignored, focusing more on her being peppy with a love for playing Puyo Puyo. This mean attitude is touched up upon lightly Puyo Puyo 20th Anniversary, where in her story, Arle gives some mildly-scolding remarks to her opponents before battling them. And in the "Final" Story, she breaks down and scolds Satan for his actions, even physically attacking him before engaging in a Puyo battle with him.

Her tomboy characteristics is occasionally touched upon. She refers to herself using Bokukko speech (A term for a girl using male pronouns, commonly stereotyped with tomboys), and occasionally implies that she's oblivious or dislikes proper girly things. For example in Puyo Puyo CD she goes on a tangent about "not being ready for love", in certain versions of Puyo Puyo Tsu she starts panicking when Draco challenges her to a swimsuit contest, and in Puyo Puyo Tetris she got upset when Zed tried to force her to do "prim and proper" tasks due to her not being good with it.

Abilities

Arle's notable ability is that she's an expert at using varies types of spells, even when she was in kindergarten. Throughout both Madou Monogatari and Puyo Puyo she's been shown using many kinds of spells each with their own properties. Her most common spells are Fire, Ice Storm, Diacute, Brain Dumbed, Jugem and her signature move Bayoen, commonly appearing as standard spells in both Madou Monogatari and Puyo Puyo. However as revealed in Madou Monogatari III, she still has a limit on how often she can used these spells, in this case her finger started bleeding after abusing Ice Storm too much. Other commonly used spells include Thunder and Heaven Ray.

The full list of Arle's magical abilites can be seen here. Bold means it appears in a Puyo game (names are based on the English localization of Puyo Puyo Tetris/Puyo Puyo Champions), while italics means that's the old name, or direct translation of Japanese/English Puyo Pop Fever name.

Spell Description
Name Effect (Notable) Appearances Element
Hot
ホット
Flame-based magic that can be used
for both offense and heating up water.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari 2
Madou Monogatari A
Waku Puyo Series
Fire
Fireball
Fire (Japanese, English Fever)
ファイアー
Flame-based magic that can be used
for offense. In most apperances, it
shoots out fireballs.
All appearances of Arle,
Except for Puyo Quest
Fire
Fire Arrow
ファイヤーアロー
Flame-based magic that projects fire
in the form of an arrow.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Fire
Fire Storm
ファイアーストーム
Flame-based magic that projects fire
in a more powerful attack. It creates
a whirlpool of flame.
Waku Puyo Series Fire
Fire Blast
ファイヤーブラスト
Flame-based magic. However, the effect
is unknown.
Shin Madou Monogatari 2 Fire
Magma-tude
マグマチュード
Earth and flame-based magic capable
of bringing lava out from underground.
Empowered by Yellow Puyo.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Fire
Earth
Volcana
ヴォルケナー
Flame-based magic capable
of using lava as a bullet to shatter
the enemy. Inherited from Lilith.
Shin Madou Monogatari 8 Fire
Cold
コールド
Ice-based magic that can be used for
offense as well as cooling down water.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari 2
Madou Monogatari A
Waku Puyo Series
Ice
Ice
アイス
Ice-based magic that serves as the ice
counterpart to Fire.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari 2
Waku Puyo Series
Ice
Ice Storm
アイスストーム
Ice-based magic that serves as the ice
counterpart to Fireball. Often depicted
as a snowflake attack.
It appears as alternative effect variant of Fireball in Puyo Puyo 7.
All appearances of Arle
Quest: Chronicle AS
Ice
Glacieria
グラシェリア
Ice-based magic that serves as the ice
counterpart to Volcana.
Shin Madou Monogatari 8 Ice
Winter Magic
ウィンターマジック
Presumably Ice-based magic with no known animation.
Adds 5 to trace capacity for 1 turn
(same-time coefficient increases to 2×).
Quest: Winter Break AS Ice(?)
Shock
ショック
Electricity-based magic that stop foes. Waku Puyo Series Electric
Thunder
サンダー
Electricity-based magic that
serves as the electric counterpart
to Fireball & Ice Storm. Depicted as
a bolt of lightning.
Big Kindergarten Kids
Waku Puyo Series
Puyo Pop Fever
Electric
Lightning
ライトニング
Electricity-based magic that
strikes lightning over walls.
Game Gear Madou A
Waku Puyo Series
Saturn Madou
Electric
Lightning Arrow
ライトニングアロー
Electricity-based magic that
serves as the electric counterpart
to Fire Arrow.
Shin Madou Monogatari 8 Electric
Lightning Burst
ライトニング・バースト
Electricity-based magic that
shoots several smaller bolts that
shoot the enemy and explode.
Shin Madou Monogatari 8 Electric
Stone
ストーン
Earth-based magic that attacks
with falling stones.
i-mode Madou Monogatari Earth
Wind
ウィンド
Wind-based magic that can be used
to do things such as gather leaves.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Wind
Tornado
トルネード
Wind-based magic that can be used
to generate a large tornado.
Empowered by Purple Puyo.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Wind
Sonic Ball
ソニックボール
Non-elemental magic that can attack
with a light pink orb.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Miscellaneous
Holy Laser
ホーリーレーザー
Holy-based magic that can attack
enemies with a ray of light.
Cannot penetrate walls.
Waku Puyo Series Holy
Heaven's Ray
Heaven Ray (Japanese, English Fever)
ヘブンレイ
Holy-based magic that causes Arle to
be lifted in or by a beam of magic.
Formerly, it was a bullet that
exploded on contact with an obstacle.
It appears as alternative effect variant of Mind Blast in Puyo Puyo 7.
It shares the motion with Bayoen in Puyo Puyo Tetris, and Mind Blast in Puyo Puyo Chronicle.
Waku Puyo Series
Fever 1 to Puyo 7, Tetris, Chronicle
Quest: Valkyrie AS
Holy
Aurora
アウローラ
Extremely powerful magic inherited from Lilith. Shin Madou Monogatari 8 Unknown
Blast
ブラスト
Rudimentary attack magic. Fires bullets,
which can cause explosions.
Shin Madou Monogatari
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation
Miscellaneous
Judgement
Jugem (Japanese versions)
ジュゲム/じゅげむ
Non-elemental attack magic that is
extremely powerful. Often obtained late game, and not
guaranteed to succeed in RPGs.
In Puyo Puyo Tetris, it shares the motion with Ice Storm.
Madou Monogatari 1/2/3
Puyo 2 - Minna
20th Anniversary onwards
Quest: Original ★4 AS
Miscellaneous
Magic Missile
マジックミサイル
Attack magic that fires a semi-transparent
arrow. Always hits due to tracking the target.
Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Miscellaneous
Holy Night Present
聖夜のプレゼント
Christmas magic(?). Deals colored explosive damage with
10× Attack centering one enemy at *6.
Quest: Santa AS Misc./Ice(?)
Heedon
ひーどん
Magic that can make enemies fall
asleep.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari
Madou Monogatari A
Big Kindergarten Kids
Unused in Puyo 2 Arcade
Status
Sleep
スリープ
Magic that can make enemies fall
asleep.
PC98 Madou Monogatari
PCE Madou 1
Waku Puyo Series
Unused in Puyo 2 Arcade
Status
Blind
ブラインド
Magic that can blind the enemy. Waku Puyo Series Status
Spooky
スプーキー
Magic that can intimidate the enemy.
This lowers their magical power.
MSX2 DiscStation Madou Monogatari Status
Mind Blast
Brain Damned/Dumbed (Japanese versions)
ブレインダムド
Magic that can induce stupidity into
those who listen to the incantation.
Takes many forms, and can either
lower attack power, or even
prevent the enemy from doing anything.
In Puyo Puyo Tetris, it shares the motion with Ice Storm.
Most Madou Monogatari games
Puyo 2 - Minna
Fever 2 onwards
Quest: Original ★3 AS
Status
Bayobayo
ばよばよ
Magic that causes a feeling of distant aging.
Weakens physical attack power.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari
Madou Monogatari A
Game Gear Madou 2
Status
Lwark Woid
ルアク・ウォイド
Dark-based magic that drains the target's defense. PC98 Madou
Madou Monogatari A
PCE Madou 1
Darkness
Speed Down
スピードダウン
Magic that causes Arle's target to slow down. Waku Puyo Series Status
Speed Up
スピードアッブ
Magic that causes Arle to move faster. Waku Puyo Series Status
Diacute
Diamond Cutie (English Fever)
ダイアキュート
Magic that when used, increases the power of
any spells used after it. It also usually causes
Arle to stutter the name of the spell.
It using Mind Blast's motion when you playing
Mega Puyo Rush/Mini Puyo Fever rules in Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary and Puyo Puyo
Chronicle.
All appearances of Arle
Quest: Celebration AS
Unnamed in English Tetris ("Want more?")
Status
Eclipse
イクリプス
Dark-based magic that enhances Arle's defense. MSX2 DiscStation Madou Monogatari Darkness
Defensive
Shield
シールド
Creates a shield to defend Arle from various attacks. MSX2 DiscStation Madou Monogatari
Waku Puyo Series
Unnamed in 15th/20th (Good!よーし!)
Unused in 15th
Defensive
Barrier
バリアー
Magic that generates a barrier to protect Arle. Puyo Puyo SUN Novelisation Defensive
Don'een
どんえーん
Works similarly to Barrier, but Arle cannot attack with it up. MSX2 Madou Monogatari Defensive
Bayohihihi
ばよひひひー
Magic that lessens the damage Arle takes.
Usually also reflects damage.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari
Big Kindergarten Kids
Genesis Madou 1
Defensive
Revia
リバイア
Magic that retaliates any damage Arle takes
to whomever it was that attacked her.
In Puyo Puyo Chronicle, it reusing the motion of Shield in the past games.
PC98 Madou Monogatari
Big Kindergarten Kids
Tetris & Chronicle
Unnamed in English Tetris ("Counter!")
Defensive
Warp
ワープ
Allows Arle to warp herself to the front of
the current floor that she's on.
MSX2 DiscStation Madou Monogatari
Game Gear Madou Monogatari
PCE Madou Monogatari
Miscellaneous
Owanimo
オワニモ
Magic that when used, allows transport
of four being with the same color.
This is used to power Puyo matches.
Michikusa Ibun
Implicitly all Puyo games
Explicitly mentioned in Fever 2
Miscellaneous
Illusion
イリュージョン
Allows Arle to take the form of a dragon
and get out of encountering enemies.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari
Madou Monogatari ARS
Rally Puyo 2
Miscellaneous
Light
ライト
Lights up the surrounding area.
Also, it makes Arle more likely to encounter enemies.
MSX2 Madou Monogatari
Game Gear Madou Monogatari 2
PCE Madou Monogatari
Miscellaneous
Purifa
ピュリファ
Allows Arle to cure her current condition.
Occasionally, it can only heal certain statuses.
Waku Puyo Series
Arle's Adventure
Healing
Condia
コンディア
Allows Arle to cure her current condition,
given that it is not poison.
Waku Puyo Series
Saturn Madou Monogatari
Healing
Healing
ヒーリング
Allows Arle to heal herself in battle. Waku Puyo Series
Saturn Madou Monogatari
Quest: Tetris AS
Unused in Puyo 4
Healing
Gaia Healing
ガイアヒーリング
Allows Arle to heal herself in battle
for more than what Healing can do.
Madou Monogatari A Healing
"Buchi" Healing
ブチヒーリング
Allows Arle to heal her team. Daimadou Senryaku Monogatari Series Healing
Ressurectia
リザレクティア
Allows Arle to resurrect herself or her teammates. Waku Puyo Series
Saturn Madou Monogatari
Healing
"Arle Shield"
Ruipanko
るいぱんこ
A spell that has several, random effects.
Best known for being able to prevent garbage
Puyo from falling for 15 seconds.
Game Gear Madou Monogatari
Genesis Madou 1
Puyo Puyo 4
Defensive (Puyo 4)
Misc. (normally)
Summon
召喚
Allows Arle to summon people to fight for her.
These include: Honey Bee, Kodomo Dragon,
Archan and others.
Daimadou Senryaku Monogatari Series Miscellaneous
Unlocking Magic
解錠の魔法
Allows Arle to unlock anything she desires. Saturn Madou Monogatari. Miscellaneous
Sing'arize
シングアライズ
It is unknown what this spell is like.
Attack of blue cards increases to 4× when attacking with blue color
for 3 turns, but can be powered up to 5x.
Quest: Steam City AS Unknown
Bayoen
Cutie (English Fever)
ばよえ~ん
Arle's most legendary move, and her signature ability.
It rends the hearts of those nearby, allowing her
to paralyze or otherwise distract them
with flowers. Occasionally, it takes a
more offensive form, being a collection of random objects such as
planets and stars or lots of Puyo, and
can even be used as a burst move.
All appearances of Arle
Quest: Original ★5~ AS
Arle's Personal

Relationships

Carbuncle

Out of every character, the strongest relationship Arle has is with Carbuncle. Ever since Arle met Carbuncle in Madou Monogatari, they have been the best of friends, and when he isn't off on his own adventure, he is with Arle. Despite Carbuncle going off on his own in Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary, Arle states that she'd be devastated if Carbuncle ever went away. In Puyo Puyo! 20th Anniversary, Arle's story begins with her happily exclaiming that she finally gets to take a relaxing walk with Carbuncle. She also says that when she's with Carbuncle, everything is fun.

Amitie and Ringo

Similarly she has a strong relationship with Amitie and Ringo, together forming a trio of characters that's often serves as the focus of Puyo Puyo material.

Satan

The series original antagonist, Satan, is in love with Arle and does various things in order to be with her. In Puyo Puyo Tsu, he wants to have a date with Arle under the starry night sky. In Puyo Puyo Box, Arle meets Satan, who is wearing a tuxedo, in a Carbuncle themed room in his castle. In Minna de Puyo Puyo, he wants to have a date with Arle, this time being a three day two night stay for two at the Love Springs. However Arle normally expresses embarrassment or disappointment at Satan's attempts at trying to marry her. However in spite of this, Arle does not hate Satan, and occasionally shows concern when he's in peril.

Rulue

Rulue considers herself to be Arle's rival due to Satan's love for Arle (as Rulue is in love with Satan). In spite of this rivalry, she accompanies her to Arle's magic school so she may learn how to use magic in Madou Monogatari III. Generally speaking while Rulue sees Arle as a rival, Arle is on more neutral terms with Rulue. They are at least reasonable enough to rarely team up together for a similar goal.

Draco Centauros

Draco Centauros is another of Arle's rivals, though this is mostly for competitive reasons such as beauty contests. Arle expects to be challenged in a beauty contest by Draco so much that she sarcastically shows concern when she was denied a beauty contest in Minna de Puyo Puyo and switches roles with Draco by being vain in Puyo Puyo Tsu.

Witch

Similarly Witch is a competitive rival over having the strongest magic, occasionally going so far as to try and land a cheap shot while Arle is distracted. In Puyo Puyo SUN she is seen assaulting Arle while in her sleep, proclaiming "I love you" and implications of molestation. However due to the ambiguous nature of the cutscene, it's unknown if Witch genuinely loves Arle or if she's was thinking of someone else.

Schezo Wegey

Her relationship with Schezo Wegey is rather ambiguous, as Schezo's poor choice of words allow for romantic subtext rather than directly telling her he wants her power. She often calls him a pervert for this, and sometimes corrects his sentences for him. Sometimes however she intentionally messes with him, for example ignoring one of this boasts in order to irritate him, or comparing Schezo to fungus and moss in Puyo Puyo Sun. She is somewhat able to tolerate him accompanying her whenever they share the goal of foiling Satan's schemes. She is later friends with him.

Harpy
Serilly
Raffina

History

Madou Monogatari series

Arle makes her debut to the gaming world in the Madou Monogatari I, which is about her going to explore a tower in kindergarten. Many titles chronicle her adventures before playing Puyo was known. In Final Test, she meets a mysterious person with a bizarre resemblance to her named Lilith, and in the Shin Madou timeline, after a long-waged battle with the Creator, she emerges victorious but badly wounded. Satan rescues her soul, but only half of it: the rest of it would go on to become Doppelganger Arle as she appears in Puyo Puyo~n.

Madou Monogatari: Michikusa Ibun and Puyo Puyo (1992)

Arle learns a spell called "Owanimo," which allows her to use Puyo to battle her opponents. She defeats a variety of opponents before ultimately besting Satan, whose fate is left unknown.

In the English version, she is named Silvana. She battles against the forces of the Black Kingdom to protect her home, culminating with a duel against the Kingdom's Dark Prince.

Puyo Puyo Tsu

Arle takes on a tower filled with Puyo Puyo opponents. Upon reaching the top, Satan unsuccessfully attempts to force Arle to marry him. She escapes with a parachute when the tower flies off.

Puyo Puyo Sun

Arle goes on a quest to reverse the climate changes caused by Satan. Depending on whether the Normal (her) or Difficult (Schezo's) course is taken, Arle either goes on to defeat Satan or loses to Schezo outside of Satan's castle.

Puyo Puyo~n

In this game, Arle goes on a quest to find the missing Carbuncle, who vanished during a circus act by Satan. Her chase leads her through the entire plot of the game, battling everybody and making friends with Draco, Seriri, and Chico (Witch also tags along, but for reasons other than friendship). She ends up encountering Doppelganger Arle, who challenges her for the right to exist. When Arle comes out victorious, she is also reunited with Carbuncle.

Puyo Puyo Box

Arle is the player character of the Quest mode and Scramble mode courses. In Scramble mode, she herself can be fought: this appears as an optional battle in the Quest mode.

Minna de Puyo Puyo

Arle appears as the protagonist of Minna de Puyo Puyo. In this game, Arle gives chase to Carbuncle after he ate a golden rune and ran off towards a gate that mysteriously appeared out of thin air. After Arle defeats Satan in his castle, it turns out that Satan set up the whole thing in order to go on a date with Arle. It is revealed that Satan had tickets for a three day two night stay for two at the Love Springs. Arle suggests that she go with Carbuncle before promptly rejecting the tickets.

This is the final game where Arle exclusively is the main protagonist.

Puyo Puyo Fever

In Puyo Puyo Fever, Arle is no longer the protagonist. In this game, she is simply a girl who was warped to Zigzag Peak with magic that sent her "way off the map." It is here she is met by Amitie. After explaining her situation to Amitie, Amitie suggests that Arle should use her magic again in order to return her back to her world, but right after they play a round of Puyo Puyo first.

Puyo Puyo Fever is one of the few games where there is no relationship shown between Arle and Carbuncle.

Puyo Puyo Fever 2

In Puyo Puyo Fever 2, Amitie tries to help yet again with ideas to return her to her world, but still comes up with ideas that would never work. Also for some reason, a pot from the sky hits Arle on the head. She also encounters Sig and Raffina in their courses, learning more about them. Starting with this game, her character type is changed to "Loves Chains", instead of "Well-Balanced Player" in Fever.

Puyo Puyo! 15th Annniversary

In Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary Arle changes her mind of returning to her world and instead wishes for a way to warp between the two worlds.

Puyo Puyo 7

Arle plays a more prominent role in Puyo Puyo 7 then in the previous Fever-era games. She teaches Ringo Andou how to play Puyo after a large amount of Puyo fall into Ringo's world. Over the course of the game and for the majority of the story, she is possessed by Ecolo and is transform into Dark Arle. Near the end of the game the group manages to free Arle from Ecolo. For the final battle, Arle teams up with Amitie and Ringo to defeat Ecolo once and for all.

Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary

In Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary, Arle returns to her role as one of the major characters in the game. In story mode, she is unlocked after completing Ringo's story.

Arle's Story

Arle is taking a relaxing walk with Carbuncle when her peace is rudely interrupted:

Satan

Arle's first opponent is Satan. Satan addresses her as "fiance" and announces that he has made a beautiful castle from lightning and storm for his empress. He wants Arle to come enjoy their "honeymoon", which Arle greatly refuses. Despite her protests that she is not his fiance, Satan tells her that he'll be waiting for her, and leaves. Although it's troublesome, Arle figures she has to beat him up again, so she sets off to find Satan.

Draco

Arle's second opponent is Draco. Despite his insistence that Arle join him, Satan did not actually mention the location of this castle, so Arle does not know where to go. Luckily, she comes across Draco, who has seen him. Draco challenges Arle to a "beautiful girl" puyo battle before giving directions.

Suketoudara

Arle's third opponent is Suketoudara, whom she finds dancing on the beach after getting lost. Suketoudara continually insists that she dance with him, so she distracts him with a puyo match and runs away.

Schezo

Arle's fourth opponent is Schezo, whom she encounters in a cave. Schezo wants her magic powers as usual, and challenges her to a puyo battle. Afterwards, he asks what Arle is doing around the cave, and Arle explains that Satan made a castle that she needs to get rid of. Schezo decides that he'll accompany Arle to make Satan does not take her power before he does. Arle tries to convince him otherwise, but Schezo insists, so she reluctantly accepts this addition to her party.

Witch

Arle's fifth opponent is Witch. For some reason, Witch has decided that the pathway is hers and that Arle must defeat her in order to pass.

Carbuncle

Arle's sixth opponent is Carbuncle because Carbuncle has gotten bored and wants to go home. In order to convince Carbuncle otherwise, Arle wages a bet with the outcome of a puyo match.

Rulue

Arle's seventh opponent is Rulue. Rulue exclaims that she is Satan's rightful empress and that she will not let Arle meet Satan. Arle begins to ask what Rulue even sees in Satan, when Schezo interrupts to tell Arle not to agitate her. However, he insults both Satan and Rulue, which angers Rulue more. Unfortunately, Arle is the one who has to battle her. Afterwards, Arle tells Rulue not to worry, because she will not become Satan's empress. Schezo also tells Rulue not to worry because he will not hand Arle over to Satan. Rulue is confused and angry, but the two have already left.

Satan

Arle's eighth and final opponent is once again Satan. Satan is excited to see her and Carbuncle, but Arle finds the heart-filled room to be in bad taste. Schezo declares that he will not give Arle to Satan while Satan declares that Arle is his. Arle exclaims that she belongs to neither of them and that she came to beat up Satan to stop his troublemaking. After she wins, she orders Satan to dismantle his castle.

Ecolo appears at the end of this route and states that it would be fun to have Satan's huge power.

Other Characters' Stories

Ringo's Story

Ringo asks if Arle knows how to return to her world, but Arle is lost as well. Arle mentions that she saw Ecolo around and is worried that Ringo could be possessed by Ecolo. In order to prove that she is not, Ringo challenges Arle to a friendly puyo match.

Amitie's Story

Arle helps lead Amitie to Witch to take a look at Amitie's mysterious red puyo hat.

Schezo's Story

Arle crosses paths with Schezo thanks to Carbuncle, while on her way to Satan's castle. She gets defeated by Schezo in a puyo match as proof of power, but accompanies him nonetheless, finding it dangerous for him to go to the castle alone.

Puyo Puyo Tetris

Arle, in this game, splits the role of protagonist with Ringo, Tee, and Amitie.

Puyo Puyo Chronicle

Arle is the primary playable character for the first time since Minna, though she shares the spotlight with Ally. She and Carbuncle are taken into Ally's world by a book at the Precise Museum.

Trivia

  • Arle is named after Arles, a city in France, via the music "The Girl from Arles" by Georges Bizet.
  • Nadja is named after the titular femme fatale from the novel "Nadja" by André Breton.
  • Arle is the first and one of the few character with an asymmetrical design (though it's her clothing rather than a physical feature). She is also one of the only asymmetrical characters not to have a second set of art.
  • Arle's theme is 時空を超えて久しぶり! (Jikū o koete hisashiburi! lit. Long Time No See Across Time and Space!)
  • Arle's ★5 form is redrawn at Version 3.0.0 of Quest, along with Ringo's ★5 form.
  • One of Arle's spells, Ru-i-pa-n-ko (るいぱんこ), is the reverse spelling of Japanese kana, Ko-n-pa-i-ru (コンパイル, Compile).
  • Amitie shares many traits with Arle; namely, she is a primary protagonist and uses similar (or, in the case of Bayoeen, outright identical) spells.
  • Alternate Voice notes:
    • In Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary, her voice becomes lower-pitched, and more reminiscent of Doppelganger Arle.
    • In Puyo Puyo Tetris, she is whispering. Many lines of dialogue are also changed.
      • In the English version, she speaks with a bit of a more serious tone.
    • In Puyo Puyo Chronicle, The end of the sentence is raised and there is more emphasis on the pronunciations. She has an atmosphere with heart mark attached to the end. Like Puyo Puyo Tetris, there are many changes to her dialogue.
    • Chronicle also features a special guest voice for her, which has the exact same dialogue as her regular voice. The same applies to Ally.
  • In the English version of Puyo Pop Fever, her name is pronounced "Are-lee". The English version of Puyo Puyo Tetris changed to "Are-ll" (as in "R"), which is similar pronounciation with Arles above, make sounds more accurate than "Are-lee". However, Satan exclusively uses "Are-lee" as the pronunciation of his pet name for her, "Arly" in the English version of Puyo Puyo Tetris.
  • As Fire, Bayoen and Diacute have all been called something else (Fireball, Cutie, Diamond Cutie), Ice Storm remains Arle's only spell to stay consistent between not only every game she appears in, but also between English and Japanese.

Appearances

Being the most important character in the series, Arle has appeared in all Puyo Puyo except for some spin-offs.

Puyo Puyo series

Puyo Puyo spin-offs

Madou Monogatari series

Character-specific attributes

Puyo Popping Effect

In all of her appearances, Arle has the series standard Puyo popping effect.

Puyo Puyo 2
Standard effect.
Puyo Puyo SUN
Standard effect.
Puyo Puyo~n (all consoles)
Standard effect.

Super Attack/Skills

Puyo Puyo~n
Ruipanko (Arle Shield): Prevents Nuisance Puyo from falling for 15 seconds.
Pocket Puyo Puyo~n
01-Nuisance Barrier: A wall is built across the player's entire top row. Nuisance Puyo can still drop into the hidden row.
Puyo Puyo Box
Barrier: Nuisance Puyo do not fall into the player's field for 5 seconds.
Puyo Puyo Chronicle
Auto Skill: Magic User in the Making (魔導師のタマゴ): Attack in the same group increases.
Special Skill: Heaven Ray (ヘブンレイ): Puyos on the bottom two rows transforms into blue puyos.

Dropset

Character type: Strongly Balanced! (Fever 1)→Uses Small Chain! (Fever 2 - present) / Throws Garbage! (Party)

Arle's dropset contains only pair pieces, like that of the Madou-era Puyo Puyo games and rules. Because of this, Arle has the smallest dropset in every game she appears in.

Pieces Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Dropset 2.png Dropset 3.png Dropset B.png Dropset 4.png Puyo
Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png 16 0 0 0 32

Quartet

Pieces Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Dropset B.png Dropset 31.png Dropset 4.png Dropset 211.png Dropset 14.png Puyo
Dropset 4.png Dropset 211.png Dropset 14.png Dropset B.png Dropset 31.png Dropset 211.png Dropset B.png Dropset 31.png Dropset 14.png Dropset 31.png Dropset 211.png Dropset 211.png Dropset 4.png Dropset B.png Dropset 14.png Dropset 31.png 3 4 2 4 3 64

Fusion

Puyo Pieces Tetrimino
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 SP
Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset 2.png Dropset TX.png Dropset TX.png Dropset TO.png or Dropset T1.png or Dropset T2.png

Fever Chaining Power

Outside Fever

Character 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19+Tier
Puyo Puyo Fever 4 12 24 33 50 101 169 254 341 428 538 648 763 876 990 999 999 999 999-
Puyo Puyo Fever 2 4 13 27 36 55 110 185 278 373 468 588 708 833 956 999 999 999 999 999-
Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary 4 12 24 33 50 101 169 254 341 428 538 648 763 876 990 999 999 999 999-
Puyo Puyo 7, Arle 4 12 24 33 50 101 169 254 341 428 538 648 763 876 990 999 999 999 999-
Puyo Puyo 7, Dark Arle 4 11 23 30 45 96 162 252 336 420 526 632 743 852 968 999 999 999 999-
Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary 0 8 17 23 35 71 118 178 239 300 377 454 534 613 693 699 699 699 699-
Puyo Puyo Chronicle 0 8 17 23 35 71 118 178 239 300 377 454 534 613 693 699 699 699 699-

Inside Fever

Character 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 192021222324+Tier
Puyo Puyo Fever 4 10 18 21 29 46 76 113 150 223 259 266 313 364 398 432 468 504 540576612648684720-
Puyo Puyo Fever 2 4 10 18 22 30 48 80 120 160 240 280 288 342 400 440 480 520 560 600640680720760800-
Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary 4 9 16 20 27 43 72 108 144 216 252 259 308 360 396 432 468 504 540576612648684720-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Arle!Fever Mode) 4 9 16 20 27 43 72 108 144 216 252 259 308 360 396 432 468 504 540576612648684720-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Dark!Fever Mode) 4 9 17 22 29 46 75 112 150 228 267 279 326 378 412 450 488 530 564608644672698720-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Arle!Mega Puyo Rush) 1 7 13 19 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 49 51 535559657176-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Dark!Mega Puyo Rush) 1 7 13 19 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 50 52 545660667278-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Arle!Mini Puyo Fever) 1 2 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 19 23 27 31 39 47 54 62 70 788694101109117-
Puyo Puyo 7 (Dark!Mini Puyo Fever) 1 2 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 19 23 27 31 39 47 54 62 70 788694101109117-
Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary 0 6 11 14 19 30 50 76 101 151 176 181 216 252 277 302 328 353 378403428454479504-
Puyo Puyo Chronicle 0 6 11 14 19 30 50 76 101 151 176 181 216 252 277 302 328 353 378403428454479504-

Ice Blocks Nuisance Pattern

Pieces
Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png Iceblock B.png Iceblock Y.png Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png
Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png Iceblock B.png Iceblock Y.png Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png
Iceblock G.png Iceblock B.png Iceblock Y.png Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png Iceblock Y.png
Iceblock G.png Iceblock B.png Iceblock Y.png Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png Iceblock Y.png
Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png Iceblock B.png Iceblock Y.png Iceblock R.png Iceblock G.png

Chants

Puyo Puyo/CD Tsu/Super Nazo Puyo: Rulue no Roux

In Puyo Puyo CD, Arle's voice transcript is used for every other character in the game.

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
2 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
3 アイスストーム Aisu Sutōmu Ice Storm
4 ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute Full Power
5 ばよえ~ん Bayoen Bayoen Puyo Puyo
Enemy Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
2 やったな~ Yatta na~ You got me~
3 げげげっ! Gegege! Oh no!
4 大打撃っ! Dai Dageki! Big Blow! Ouch, that hurts!
5 うわぁぁぁ~! Uwaaa~! Ahhh~!
Match Result
Result Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Win/1P Win やった! Yatta! I did it! He-hey!
Lose/2P Win ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked... Oh no-
Vs. Mode End ありゃー Ariya- Wha- Ah-

Tsu/Sun/Yo~n/Box/Minna

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
1 えいっ! Ei! Hah!
2 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
3 アイスストーム Aisu Sutōmu Ice Storm
4 ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute
5 ブレインダムド Bureindamudo Braindumbed
6 ジュゲム Jugemu Jugem
7 ばよえ~ん Bayoe~n Bayoe~n
Enemy Chain (Tsu/Box)
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
1 いてっ! Ite! Ouch!
2 やったな~ Yatta na~ You got me~
3 げげっ! Gege! Oh no!
4 大打撃っ! Dai Dageki! Big Blow!
5 ふにゃあ~ Hunya~ Ow~
6 いててててて! Itetetetete! Owowowowow!
7 うわぁぁぁ~! Uwaaa~! Ahhh~!
Enemy Attack (Sun/Yo~n/Minna)

(Usage: In Puyo Puyo SUN, the requirements for heavy damage are higher than in games starting with Yo~n: a full 30 sets of Garbage Puyo (5 rows) are needed. In all games afterwards, heavy damage starts at 3 rows of garbage. In all games, 1 rows of garbage is needed for light damage: anything less and no voice clip plays.)

Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Light やったな〜! Yatta na! You got me~
Heavy うわぁぁぁ~! Uwaaa~! Ahhh~!
Match Beginning/Result
Result Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Match Start/Character Select (Sun) いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go!
Win/1P Win (Tsu/Box) やった! Yatta! I did it!
Lose/2P Win (Tsu/Box) ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked...
Special Attack (Yo~n)
Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
るいぱんこ Ruipanko Ruipanko; from backward of "Compile (コンパイル Compairu)"
Unused (Tsu Arcade/Genesis)
Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
ひーどん Hīdon Hidon
どんえーん Don'ēn Don'en
スリープ Surīpu Sleep
やめて~! Yamete~! Stop it~!
なんで〜!? Nande!? Why!?
Unused (Yo~n)
Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
ヒーリング Hīringu Healing
なんで〜!? Nande!? Why!?

Fever

Player Chain (Amitie Type)
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Chain 1 えいっ! Ei! Hah! Why yes!
Chain 2 たあっ! Taa! Tah! Go now!
Chain 3 いっくよー! Iku yo! Here I go! Go go!
Chain 4 そーれ! Sore! Here! Ready go go!
Repeater ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute Diamond Cutie
Spell 1 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
Spell 2 アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 サンダー Sandā Thunder
Spell 4 ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen Cutie
Spell 5 ヘブンレイ Hebunrei Heaven Ray
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Light やったな〜! Yatta na! You got me- Nice!
Heavy うわぁぁぁ~! Uwaaa~! Ahhh~! Really nice!
Character Select/Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go! I'll do my best!
Win やった! Yatta! Yay! I win!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked... Oof, phooey...
Fever Mode
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Entered やったね! Yatta ne! I did it! Whoopie!
Succeed へっへーん! Hehen! Heh heh! Goody!
Failed ほげーっ! Hoge! ??? Aw, shucks!
Post-Match Dialogue (DS only)
Victory Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
??? Tanoshii ne! Motto fiibaa shi yo! That was fun! Let's Fever it up!
??? Un, naisu batoru! Mou ikkai yarou! Hey, nice battle! (Let's go again!)
??? Yatta! Boku-no kachi da ne!! I did it! I win!
??? Fuu, abunakatta. Kimi-mo nakanaka yaru ne! Phew, that was close. You're pretty good! ???

Fever 2/15th Anniversary/7

Player Chain (Fever 2! Amitie Type)

(Note that Fever 2 and Puyo 7 do not have counterattack cut-ins, so the counter quote is only in 15th.)

Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain 1 えいっ! Ei! Hah!
Chain 2 たあっ! Taa! Tah!
Chain 3 いっくよー! Iku yo! Here I go!
Chain 4 そーれ! Sore! Here!
Repeater ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute
Counter よーし! Yoshi! Good!
Spell 1 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
Spell 2 アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 ブレインダムド Burein Damudo Braindumbed
Spell 4 ヘブンレイ Hebunrei Heaven Ray
Spell 5 ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Light やったなー Yatta na! You got me-
Heavy うわぁぁぁ~! Uwaaa~! Ahhh~!
Character Select/Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go!
Win やった! Yatta! Yay!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked...
Character Select/Match Result (Dark Arle; 7)
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Character Select ふふふふふ… Fufufufufu... *Mysterious giggles*
Win ヒヒヒ、やった! Hihihi, yatta! *creepy giggles* Yay!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked...
Fever Mode
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Entered やったね! Yatta ne! I did it!
Entered (Dark Arle) へへ、やったね Hihi, yatta ne. *giggles* I did it.
Succeed へっへーん! Hehen! Heh heh!
Failed ほげーっ! Hoge! ???
Transformation (7)
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain A/B (Mini) やったね! Yatta ne! I did it!
Chain A/B (Mega) やった! Yatta! Yay!
Unused (Fever 2)
Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
えっへへ Ehehe! Tee-hee-hee!
サンダー Sandā Thunder
Unused (15th)
Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
シールド Shiirudo Shield

20th Anniversary

Starting with this game, Arle has a special voice pattern in OPP, Tsu/Versus, Sun, Gust, Foursight, Blocks and Active rules. The normal voice pattern is (Chain 1 - Chain 2 - Spell 1 - Spell 2 - Spell 3/5...), Arle has (Chain 1 - Spell 1 - Spell 2 - Repeater - Spell 3/5...), which references her Puyo Puyo Tsu chain (above). This does not apply to Arle's alternate voice in this game, but in subsequent games it does.

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain 1 えいっ! Ei! Hah!
Chain 2 やあっ! Yaa! Tah!
Chain 3 いっくよー! Iku yo! Here I go!
Chain 4 せーの! Sēno! Now!
Repeater ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute
Counter よーし! Yoshi! Good!
Spell 1 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
Spell 2 アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 ブレインダムド Burein Damudo Braindumbed
Spell 4 ジュゲム Jugemu Jugem
Spell 5 ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Light いたた... Itata... Ouch...
Heavy やめて~! Yamete~! Stop it~!
Character Select/Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go!
Win 大勝利! Dai Shouri! Big victory!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked...
Fever Mode
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Entered やった! Yatta! I did it!
Succeed うふふっ! Ufufu! *giggles*
Failed うわ~! Uwa~! Ahhh~!
Transformation/Pair Puyo Puyo
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain A (Transformation: 18-21 Chains;
Pair Puyo Puyo: 21-24 Chains)
やったね! Yatta ne! I did it!
Chain B (Transformation: 22+ Chains;
Pair Puyo Puyo: 25+ Chains)
やった! Yatta! Yay!
Pair Attack A 一緒に... Issho ni... Joinly...
Pair Attack B ペアアタック! Pea Attakku! Pair Attack!
Pair Life Lost まだまだいくよ〜! Madamada iku yo! Keep going!
Pair Life Gone ごめ〜ん! Gomen! Sorry!
Special Pair Victory
Character Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
with Satan
Satan 愛の勝利だ! Ai-no shouri da! A triumph of love!
Arle 違うってば! Chigau-tteba! No, it isn't!
with Schezo
Schezo ヘンタイっていうな! Hentai-tte iu na! Don't call me a pervert!
Arle まだいってないよ? Mada itte nai yo? I haven't even said yet.
with Carbuncle
Arle ずっと一緒だよ、カーくん! Zutto issho da yo, Kaa-kun! We're together forever, Carby!
Carbuncle ぐー! Guu! Guu!
with Rulue
Rulue なんでアンタなんかと! Nande anta nanka-to! Why do I have to be with the likes of you!
Arle まあまあ、勝ったんだし... Maa maa, katta n dashi... Now, now, we won after all.
Post-Match Dialogue

Brown text refers to Arle's alternate voice Post-Match dialogue.

Victory Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
ばっちり はなマル 大勝利~! Batchiri hanamaru dai shouri ~! Aced it! Huge victory!
ぷよ勝負って 楽しいよね! よし もう一回やろう! Puyo shobu-tte tanoshii yo ne! Yoshi mou ikkai yarou! Puyo battles really are fun! Alright, let's go again!
やったぁ! ボクの勝ちだね! Yatta! Boku-no kachi da ne! I did it! It's my win!
何度でも かかってこい! Nando demo kakatte koi! Face me as many times as you'd like!
ボクは 一人前の魔導師になるって 決めたんだ! Boku wa ichinin mae-no madoushi ni naru-tte kimeta n da! My determination to become a full-fledged mage is unshakeable!
ボクは 負けるわけにはいかないんだっ! Boku wa makeru wake-ni-wa ikanai n da! I can't afford to lose!

Puyo Puyo Tetris

Certain quotes have Carbuncle continue Arle's phrase. If the quote's usage is in yellow, then this is the case. Spell 5 and Big Bang KOs does not apply in the English version.

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Chain 1 えいっ! Ei! Hah!
Chain 2 やあっ! Yaa! Tah! There!
Chain 3 いっくよー!
いきます。(Alt. Voice)
Iku yo!
Ikimasu.
Here I go!
Chain 4 せーの! Sēno! Now! Attack!
Repeater ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute Want more?
Counter リバイア Ribaia Revia Counter
Spell 1 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire Fireball
Spell 2 アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 (T-Spin Single) ブレインダムド Burein Damudo Braindumbed Mind Blast
Spell 4 (T-Spin Double) ジュゲム Jugemu Jugem Judgement
Spell 5 (T-Spin Triple) ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen
Tetris Line Clear テトリス、いっきまーす! Tetorisu, Ikkimāsu! Here come Tetris! Tetris time!
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Light いてっ! Ite! Ow!
Heavy 大打撃っ! Dai Dageki! Big Blow! Ow!
Character Select/Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go! Here we are!
Win やったね、カーくん! Yatta ne, Kaa-kun! We did it, Carby!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked... Oh no...
Big Bang/Endless Fever
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Entered きゃっほう!
ふふふっ…! (Alt. Voice)
Kyahhou!
Fufufu...!
Yahoo!
Hee-hee...!
Succeed バッチグー!
やった…! (Alt. Voice)
Batchi guu!
Yatta...!
Just good!
I did it...!
Perfect!
Failed う〜ん... Uun... Um... Uh...?
Big Bang ヘブンレイ Hebunrei Heaven('s) Ray
Light Attack いっけー! Ike! Go!
Severe Attack やったね! Yatta ne! (Yes,) I did it!
Win イェーイ!
ふふふふふ…♪ (Alt. Voice)
Iei!
Fufufufufu...!
Yay!
Hee-hee…♪
Light Damage いててててて! Itetetetete! Owowowowow! Ugh...!
Severe Damage なんで〜!? Nande!? Why!? Oh no...
Lose ボク、もうダメ... Boku, mou dame... I'm done for... Guess I'm out...
Swap
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Swapped チェンジ! Chenji! Change! Swap!
Swapped when losing ピンチ脱出! Pinchi dasshutsu! Got out of a pinch! *sigh* Great!
Party
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Use the power-up items うふふっ! Ufufu! *giggle*
Use the obstruct items やっちゃえ~!
覚悟っ。 (Alt. Voice)
Yatchae!
Kakugo.
Go go!
Prepare yourself.
Go get em!
Getting the two items いゃっほー♪
それっ (Alt. Voice)
Iyahhou!♪
Sore.
Yahoo!♪
Here.
Piled Up まだまだいくよ〜!
まだまだ。(Alt. Voice)
Madamada iku yo!
Madamada.
Keep going!
Not yet.
It's not over yet!
Win 一番だよ、カーくん! Ichiban da yo, Kaa-kun! We won first prize, Carby! We're number one!
Be a Runner-Up 楽しかったね、カーくん! Tanoshikatta ne, Kaa-kun! That was fun, Carby!
Lose ふにゃあ~ Funyaa... Ow...
Fusion
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Chain after Puyo crushed ノッてきたね! Notte kita ne! Getting on a roll, huh? We're on a roll!

Chronicle

Chants in this game is based on Puyo Puyo Tetris, but light damage/Fever mode/victory quotes are reverted to that of Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary.

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain 1 えいっ! Ei! Hah!
Chain 2 やあっ!
それぇ! (Alt. Voice)
Yaa!
Sore!
Tah!
Here!
Chain 3 いっくよー! Iku yo! Here I go!
Chain 4 せーの! Sēno! Now!
Repeater ダイアキュート Daiakyūto Diacute
Counter リバイア Ribaia Revia
Spell 1 ファイヤー Faiyā Fire
Spell 2 アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 ブレインダムド Burein Damudo Braindumbed
Spell 4 ジュゲム Jugemu Jugem
Spell 5 ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Light いたた...
あいたた... (Alt. Voice)
Itata...
Aitata...
Ouch...
Heavy 大打撃っ!
もうヤダ〜! (Alt. Voice)
Dai Dageki!
Mou yada!
Big Blow!
I've had it!
Character Select/Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go!
Win 大勝利! Dai Shouri! Big victory!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked...
Fever Mode/Big Bang
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Entered やった!
嬉しい♥︎ (Alt. Voice)
Yatta!
Ureshii!
I did it!
I'm happy!♥︎
Succeed うふふっ!
バッチグー♥︎ (Alt. Voice)
Ufufu!
Batchi guu!
*giggles*
Just good!♥︎
Failed うわ~!
うぅ〜... (Alt. Voice)
Uwa~!
Uu...
Ahhh~!
Um...
Big Bang ヘブンレイ Hebunrei Heaven Ray
Light Attack いっけー!
いくよ?♥︎ (Alt. Voice)
Ike!
Iku yo?
Go!
Here I go!♥︎
Severe Attack やったね! Yatta ne! Yay!
Win イェーイ!
わーい! (Alt. Voice)
Iei!
Waai!
Yeah!
Whee!
Light Damage いててて!
あいたた... (Alt. Voice)
Itetete!
Aitata...
Ouch!
Severe Damage なんで〜!? Nande!? Why!?
Lose ボク、もうダメ... Boku, mou dame... I'm done for...
Mega Puyo Rush
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation
Chain A やったね!
うふふっ♥︎ (Alt. Voice)
Yatta ne!
Ufufu.
I did it!
Tee-hee.♥︎
Chain B やった! Yatta! Yay!

eSports

In eSports, all characters count for most of their chains. The spell they use at the end directly corresponds to chain length, and stuttering only occurs for the 4th and 5th spells.

Player Chain
Chain Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
20+ Chain A やったね! Yatta ne! I did it!
20+ Chain B やった! Yatta! Yay! Yes, I did it!
Counter そーれ! Sore! Here! Take that!
Spell 1 (3 Chain) ファイヤー Faiyā Fire Fireball
Spell 2 (4 Chain) アイスストーム Aisu Stōmu Ice Storm
Spell 3 (5 Chain) ブレインダムド Burein Damudo Braindumbed Mind Blast
Spell 4 (6-8 Chain) ジュゲム Jugemu Jugem Judgement
Spell 5 (9+ Chain) ばよえ〜ん Bayoen Bayoen
Enemy Attack
Attack Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Light いたた... Itata... Ouch... Ow!
Heavy やめて~! Yamete~! Stop it~! Hey, stop!
Character Select, All Clear and Match Result
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Character Select いっきまーす Ikkimāsu Here I Go! It's my turn!
All Clear やった! Yatta! I did it!
Win 大勝利! Dai Shouri! (Big) victory!
Lose ばたんきゅー Batankyū- Zonked... Uh-oh...
Fever Mode
Results Dialogue
Japanese Romanization Translation Localization
Entered いっくよー! Iku yo! Here I go!
Succeed うんうん! Un un!' Yup, yup! Yes!
Failed うぅ~ Uu... Uh... Actually...

Puyo Puyo!! Quest

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Gallery

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