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Sparkle Fire, known in Japan as Sunny Fire (サニーファイヤー Sanī Faiā), is Glitter Sunny's main purification attack, which first appears in Episode 2 of Glitter Force.

In Episode 32, Glitter Sunny uses a powered-up version of the attack named Sparkle Fire Inferno, known in Japan as Sunny Fire Burning (サニーファイヤーバーニング Sanī Faiā Bāningu). Sparkle Fire Inferno can only be used when Glitter Sunny is in Ultra Mode.

Description

Sparkle Fire

Glitter Sunny first charges up her Glitter Pact with fighting spirit, making it glow and granting her power. When enough fighting spirit has been collected, the Glitter Pact explodes in fire to form a fireball in the sky. Glitter Sunny then does a run, jumps into the air, spins and blasts the fireball at the enemy in a volleyball spike.

Sparkle Fire Inferno

Glitter Sunny positions herself in the air surrounded by fire and crouches down. Then, she floats into the air, where the fire around her forms a ball. She then shoots the giant fireball at her target, engulfing it in flame.

Incantation

Sparkle Fire

English

Glitter Sunny: Glitter Force! Sparkle Fire!

Japanese

Cure Sunny: プリキュアサニーファイヤー!

Romanization

Cure Sunny: Purikyua Sanī Faiā!

Translation

Cure Sunny: Pretty Cure Sunny Fire!

Sparkle Fire Inferno

English

Glitter Sunny: Glitter Force! Sparkle Fire Inferno!

Japanese

Cure Sunny: プリキュアサニーファイヤーバーニング!

Romanization
Cure Sunny: Purikyua Sanī Faiā Bāningu!

Translation
Cure Sunny: Pretty Cure Sunny Fire Burning!

Trivia

  • In Sparkle Fire Inferno, the fireball's effect is many times stronger than Sparkle Fire.
  • It is shown that if Sunny is already in the air, she doesn't need to do the run and jump.
  • It is also shown that she can snap her fingers to create a mini version of this attack at any time.
  • In Episode 2, Sparkle Fire is erroneously referred to as Fire Spike.

Gallery

Sparkle Fire

Sparkle Fire Inferno

Videos

Sparkle Fire in Japanese

Sparkle Fire in Japanese


Sparkle Fire Inferno in Japanese

Sparkle Fire Inferno in Japanese

References