|Seasons||Flower Maiden Pretty Cure!|
|Voice Actor(s)||Chinatsu Akasaki (Japanese)|
Maria Koschny (German)
|Pretty Cure Info|
|Alter Ego||Cure Schwaben|
|Form Change(s)||Donut Tango|
Blue Sky Kingdom
Jessika Mayer is one of the main Cures from Flower Maiden Pretty Cure!. Jessika is a calm and friendly young girl, whose family just moved to Munich. Jessika grew up in Augsburg and has still some friends there. She tries to stay connected with them. But she also found a new friend, Amelie.
Her alter ego is Cure Schwaben (キュアシュヴァーベン Kyua Shuvuāben?) and her theme color is black. She is represented by buttercups. She can change into two alternate forms, Donut Tango (ドーナツタンゴ Dōnatsu Tango?) and Cookie Waltz (クッキーワルツ Kukkī Warutsu?).
Cure Schwaben black hair, styled into a ponytail secured by braids. She has blue brown. Cure Schwaben wears a yellow Dirndl that consists of a black bodice, a grey blouse and a black apron. She wears black boots, with yellow flowers on it and a light blue arm warmer on her right arm and a white glove on her left arm.
- Amelie Bayer - Jessika met Amelie, when her family moved to Munich. The both became really good friends.
- Bettina Bauer - Bettina is one of Jessika's classmates, who is also one of her Pretty Cure partners.
- Claudia Gunther - Claudia is one of Jessika's classmates, who is also one of her Pretty Cure partners.
- Franziska Haas - Jessika met Franziska, when her family moved to Munich.
Mayer (マイエル?) - Mayer is a variant of Meyer, that comes from the Middle High German word mei(g)er which means "higher, superior" and was used for landholder's stewards or great farmers or leaseholders (nowadays a Meier is a dairy farmer). Meier and Meyer are used more often in Northern Germany while Maier and Mayer are used in Southern Germany.
Jessika (イエッシカ?) - Jessika is the German and English variant of Jessica. This name was first used in this form by Shakespeare in his play 'The Merchant of Venice' (1596), where it belongs to the daughter of Shylock. Shakespeare probably based it on the biblical name Isach, which would have been spelled Jescha in his time. It was not commonly used as a given name until the middle of the 20th century.
Cure Schwaben (キュアシュヴァーベン?) - Her Pretty Cure alter ego is based on one of the Government Districts in Bavaria; "Swabia" (Schwaben). Her name is also based on the Fourth Quarter (The Three Lions), which represents Swabia.
"The third leopard living on the place of light! Cure Schwaben!"
Hikari no wari ni sunde san hyō! Kyua Shuvuāben!
Cure Schwaben (キュアシュヴァーベン Kyua Shuvuāben?) is Jessika's Pretty Cure alter ego. She is represented by buttercups. Cure Schwaben has black hair, styled into a ponytail secured by braids. She has blue brown. Cure Schwaben wears a yellow Dirndl that consists of a black bodice, a grey blouse and a black apron. She wears black boots, with yellow flowers on it and a light blue arm warmer on her right arm and a white glove on her left arm. She transforms by saying Kawarunrun! Pretty Cure Kururin Mirror Change!. She uses a PreChanMirror to transfom.
Donut Tango (ドーナツタンゴ Dōnatsu Tango?) is one of the form changes that Cure Schwaben can use.
Cookie Waltz (クッキーワルツ Kukkī Warutsu?) is one of the form changes that Cure Schwaben can use.
Lovely Gingerbread Jingle Bells
- Dreifacher Rosen Schlag (ドライファチャローゼンシュラグ Doraifacha Rōzen Shuragu?, translated to Triple Rose Punch) - Cure Schwaben's solo finisher. She needs her PreRoseRibbon for it.
"Kawarunrun! Pretty Cure Kururin Mirror Change!" - Kawarunrun! Pretty Cure Kururin Mirror Change! is the official transformation phrase used by Jessika Mayer in Flower Maiden Pretty Cure!.
- Jessika's German voice actress, Maria Koschny, also voiced Suigintou from Rozen Maiden and Ziva David from NCIS.
- She is the only Cure in Flower Maiden Pretty Cure!, that has a bow on her Pretty Cure outfit. Also, Cure Schwaben's outifit is more like the Canon Cures'.
- ↑ http://surnames.behindthename.com/name/mayer-1
- ↑ http://surnames.behindthename.com/name/meyer-1
- ↑ http://www.behindthename.com/name/jessika
- ↑ http://www.behindthename.com/name/jessica
- ↑ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Bavaria