Amitie, as she appears in Puyo Puyo Tetris.
|First appearance||Puyo Puyo Fever|
|Latest appearance||Puyo Puyo Tetris|
|Voice actor (Japanese)||Shiho Kikuchi|
Amitie is a cheerful, female denizen of Primp Town. She wishes to become a "wonderful magic user." Her personality is seemingly a symbol for innocence - she is often immature, and sometimes does not understand simple jokes or puns. Amitie is the heroine of the second course in Puyo Puyo Fever, and is generally accepted as the main character in the Fever series (replacing the previous heroine of Classic Puyo Puyo, Arle.) Her birthday is May 5th, notable for being Children's Day, fitting for her childish personality.
When Accord announces that she will give an award to the one who finds her "lost" flying cane, Amitie sets out to find it. Amitie faces several foes on the way. At the end of her course, she finds Popoi in possesion of Accord's flying cane. After beating him at a match of Puyo Puyo, Accord congratulates her for finding her flying cane. However, by Amitie's kind request, she does not receive any reward.
In Waku Waku Course, she is told by Accord that there is a special guest coming to Primp Magic School, and is asked by Accord to meet up with him. However, because Accord neglected to tell her who the guest was, she ends up beating up Lemres, the special guest.
In Hara Hara Course, Amitie runs into Klug, who was collecting the three items to unleash his true power. After defeating Klug at a match of Puyo Puyo, he challenges Amitie to fight him in his unleashed form.
Amitie is one of the 22 playable character in the game.
In Puyo Puyo 7, a space warp floods the school of Ringo with Puyos, as well as teleport many characters from their world, including Amitie. At the begining of Act 2, Ringo runs into Amitie, who apparently has amnesia. Beating her at a match of Puyo Puyo causes her memory to return. Later, in Act 3, the two team up to challenge seven people at the Seven Wonders of the World in order to stop the space warp. At the end of the game, Amitie, Ringo, and Arle team up to defeat Ecolo.
Amitie is one of the 24 playable characters in the game.
Amitie is available as a red card in this game. She is in the same series with Sig, Rider, Raffine and Klug, having similarly distributed skills and stats. Notably, she is one of the three starter card choices available during the tutorial, alongside Sig and Rider.
In the collaboration event with Sweets Paradise, Amitie receives a redesigned alt named Sweet Amitie, donning dessert-themed outfits.
Amitie is available as a playable character in this game. She is a Defense Type character.
Relationships with Other Characters
Amitie is friendly toward her fellows.
SEGA draws certain parallels between Arle and Amitie, including shared animation-sets and similar moves in Puyo Puyo Fever and similarities between poses of animations in Puyo Puyo 7. The intent of these parallels are uncertain, but most likely serve as innocent references. (But it can also be that SEGA made Amitie Arle's Primp counterpart.)
Raffine usually says hateful comments to or about Amitie. Amitie, however, seems to respond to her hatred with kindness. It is assumed that this is due to her childlike, kind nature.
Amitie's red Puyo hat is said to have special powers. As a result, Amitie's Puyo hat has lead to speculation about her purpose. The speculation was mostly put to rest when the series took a change of pace and Ringo Andou became the heroine of the series in Puyo Puyo 7. As well, Amitie no longer appears with her signature Puyo hat in Puyo Puyo 7, but a similar red Puyo beanie. Because of the other loose ends of Puyo Puyo Fever, the intentions of the hat can be assumed to have been lost over time as the series changed directions.
A history of her clothing starts from Puyo Puyo Fever. She wore the signature red Puyo hat that has wings, a blue sleeveless turtleneck shirt with a heart, a belt buckle, a yellow shorts decorated with hearts, and on her feet, she wore red platform shoes that has cuffs that could fold over with yellow laces. Her original outfit also appeared in the mobile game Puyo Puyo Zurashi and the Mobile version of Puyo Puyo Fever.
In Puyo Puyo Fever 2 her clothing slightly changed: sleeves were added to her shirt, the eyes on her red Puyo hat were much bigger, she sported a different belt with a heart, she gained a mobile phone case, and started to wear purple socks and red sneakers. Also, her underwear was blue-colored. Her second outfit also appeared in the mobile game Puyo Puyo Fever Habanero and Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary.
In Puyo Puyo 7, she changed her clothes to the seifuku school clothes to match the in-universe setting of Ringo's high school. For this reason, she did not sport her usual, round red Puyo hat; instead she wore a similar beanie.
Her outfit in Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary is near-identical to the original, except the heart on her shirt is absent, she wears a necklace with a flower/clover charm on it surrounding her neck (It could also be that her shirt became a hoodie), her belt has a different design different and her shoes were from Puyo Puyo Fever 2, and her Puyo hat is similar to that from Puyo Puyo 7. It's also exhibited to be expressive.
Her outfit in Puyo Puyo Tetris is the same as in Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary, but her shirt now has two flower/clover buttons, the same beanie hat from Puyo Puyo 7, and her red shoes from Puyo Puyo Fever 2 are replaced by into boots.
- Puyo Puyo Fever
- Puyo Puyo Fever 2
- Puyo Puyo! 15th Anniversary
- Puyo Puyo 7
- Puyo Puyo!! 20th Anniversary
- Puyo Puyo!! Quest
- Puyo Puyo!! Quest Arcade
- Puyo Puyo Tetris
Character specific mechanics