THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls

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THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls
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Platform: Mobage, iOS, Android, ChromeApps
Publisher: NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc.
Cygames
Selling Agency: DeNA
Release Date: November 28, 2011 (Mobage)
December 16, 2011 (Android, iOS)
November 17, 2014 (Android App)
November 25, 2014 (iOS App)
December 3, 2014 (South Korean App)
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THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls (Japanese: アイドルマスターシンデレラガールズ Aidorumasutaa Shinderera Gaaruzu, Korean: 아이돌마스터 신데렐라 걸즈 aidolmaseuteo sindelella geoljeu) is a social mobile game based off of the iDOLM@STER franchise for Mobage. It includes art by Annin Doufu, a character designer for the idols of THE iDOLM@STER. While the slogan for the game informs players that there are over 190 idols to collect, there are currently more than 200 characters available to obtain including the four Trainers, 765 Production idols, and the 876 Production idols, but not including the three Korean exclusive idols. It should also be noted that not all of these girls are voiced. Currently, only the 765 Production idols, 876 Production idols, Chihiro Senkawa, the 51 idols who have gained enough popularity to receive a CINDERELLA MASTER CD, 15 idols who have made cameo appearances in the Cinderella Girls anime, and 1 idol who had her voice debuted in Starlight Stage have voiced cards and/or events. Cinderella Girls is the first game in the iDOLM@STER series to be released in Korea; in turn, Cinderella Girls is also the first game in the iDOLM@STER series to be released in Korean. The Korean version was eventually shut down on March 14, 2016, and the three Korean-exclusive idols are currently unavailable.

Three playable campaign modes have been available within the Cinderella Girls game itself. These three minigames feature characters and aspects of the original game and have become popular enough for additional content to be added. Please see the Dice DE Cinderella, Puchiderella, and Kirarin☆Dash! pages for more information.

System & Gameplay

Introduction & Tutorial

The gameplay is similar to a Facebook game in that there is regenerating stamina and an emphasis on interaction with other players. Idols in the game are represented as trading cards. Each idol has their own stats, costs, and rarity, and will be one of the three main character types Cute, Cool, or Passion. The rarities are Normal, Rare, and S Rare.

When you first begin, you are greeted by a secretary similar to Kotori Otonashi named Chihiro Senkawa. She is your guide to help you learn the ropes. You are then given a choice of your motif. You can choose from Cute, Cool, or Passionate. Your motif provides a small bonus to all of your idols of that type and is displayed on your profile. Once you choose a motif, you are given one leader card from that type. If you choose Cute, you receive Yayoi. If you choose Cool, you receive Chihaya. If you choose Passion, you receive Yukiho.

As you start the game, your first step should be to attend the local audition. This will give you a normal idol. Next is work. Spend your stamina to gather idols and exp; however, stop when you are about to level up. Before you level up, you have a few more important things. With the idols you receive from work, it is important to train away the idols not of your motif into your starting rares. The motif bonus is the edge you'll need for successful attacks. (NOTE: DO NOT train away your starting rares. That will hurt you for quite a while until you receive enough rares from events/clothes to make up for it.) Add up the cost of all your idols to see if your attack and cost are roughly the same. If your attack points<total attack cost, then go ahead and train away more idols; otherwise, you should try not to train away anymore idols. Now is the time to participate in live concerts. When you are looking for people to challenge, try to look for people who have defense points roughly equal to or less than your attack cost. Once you find someone, check to see if they have any clothing pieces you want. There is no point in not fighting for clothes when you can. Once you are out of attack (or too little to make good use), go work to level up. All your points will be restored and you can repeat. At lower levels, it is a lot easier to get boo'ed, so try to not fight people too low level.

Once you have gone through a bit of distance, here are some tips.

Tips

Since you don't have many powerful idols to start with, you can special train some of your better idols into +s. This bonus is minor but training idols into +s usually provide more stats per level.

If you can join a production, do so. Productions give valuable stat points for you to allocate. Try to look for active productions, active productions will grow more consistently and do better in events.

Clothing is automatically taken when you complete the set and you don't have to collect the reward. If you don't want to have a trainer sitting in your group, then don't pick up the reward until you want to pick her up.

The more clothing color types you have on you, the more likely people will attack you for them. If you have 2 of 6, almost no one will attack you. If you have 5 of 6, you will be attacked quite a lot. If you want a buffer, you can collect several pieces of the same color. The rarity of colors are as follows: Orange<Blue<Red<Yellow<Green<Purple. If you have the more common colors, you will rarely be attacked. If you have green or purple, you are usually attacked quite soon after. Return to previously worked zones with known clothing rewards combined with attacking people to allow you to get 2 or 3 pieces in one go!

When looking for people to fight, rarity is usually a good adjuster of how many defense points you can give or take for the target; however, you can be deceived. People with a normal leader can actually be packing rare+s and Srares. It is not often, but it can happen.

Quantity is more powerful than quality, but quantity requires high stats and will result in you attacking less often due to the high point demand. If you want to attack more frequently, reduce the amount of idols you are carrying. With this, you can make your total attack cost be less than your total attack, yet your defense will suffer. If you don't want to let your wonderful idols go or want to keep your defense high, you can try to challenge people while your attack is around the amount you want. This will result in you bringing fewer backup idols, but that is the trade off.

Keeping to your motif is usually for the best. If you can fill yourself out with high-quality idols of your motif, then you will fare better than mixing around. However, if you manage to get a high quality rare in another type, it is alright to divert your energy. If you can, try to see if you can trade her away for someone of equal value of your motif.

Only lesson rares into other rares. It is a waste to sacrifice a rare into a normal.

Participate in events if they don't require an authorized account for their rewards. The rewards are amazing. Otherwise, it is still good to participate in the events for your productions sake.

If you only have high level idols to train and you are strapped for cash, don't hesitate to 'transfer'/sell your lower cost idols you receive. Training a low cost idol into a high level idol will yield little progress and will make you lose lots of money.

Character Type

The three main types are Cute (Pink), Cool (Blue), and Passionate (Yellow). For example, Cute types are Haruka and Yayoi, Cool types are Chihaya and Takane, and Passionate types are Miki and Mami. The fourth type is Trainer(Green). (See Lessons)

Character type is somewhat important in that, other than to separate idol personalities, character type is used to activate certain live concert bonuses. The default bonus is based on your motif. If you chose Cute, all of your Cute idols participating in a live concert will receive a minor bonus. However, don't worry too much about types. Having a strong rare of a different type can easily outweigh the small benefit from your motif. Rares have the biggest influence as they usually will strengthen idols of one type or weaken the rival's idols of one type.

Lessons

Lessons are used to level up idols. To participate in lessons, you must choose one or more idols as lesson partners. However, there is a catch. Lesson partners, when used, will disappear, basically being a sacrifice. As an idol gets to higher levels, lessons become more expensive. (100*level money. No, queuing up more idols at once won't save you from the increased price by levels.) Levels increase Power and Defense. Training an idol with idols of the same type increases their growth % further than normal. On chance, the idol will have a perfect lesson; growth % is increased further than normal. Idol+s are 150% effective, thus it is more money efficient to use idol+s on higher level idols, but two regular idols give more exp overall.

Trainers are the best way to level up an idol. Trainers, represented by their name and green background, have low stats and high cost. They are just a waste of attack/defense points when in your group. However, when a trainer is used up, they will easily bring up an idol's level by 2 to 5.

When training a rare, you can improve the rare's talent by partnering it with another rare. When you set a rare( or rares) as partners, it will display the chance that it will level up the rare's talent. If successful, the rare's talent will level up, otherwise, it stays the same. Trainers, though being stated as rares (and passionate type at that), do not improve your idol's talent.

Special Training

When you have more than one of the same idol, you are able to activate Special Training. By combining the two together, they become an idol+ with new art, a new look, and a new attitude towards the producer. The idol+ will have increased stats, will carry over 5% of the stats of the two idols used, will carry over the affection of the idols used, and will be level 1. If both idols used for special training were maxed level, the idol+ will carry over 10% of the stats instead.

Normal + Normal = Normal+

Rare + Rare = Rare+

S Rare + S Rare = S Rare+

Work

Work is simple. You press the "Continue work" button on a certain job automatically given to you, and the idols do it for you. The Idol that participates will be one of your main idols you designated as your offensive team idols, defensive team idols or leader. Between pressing the "Continue work" button, animated screens will sometimes announce received normal rarity idols, affection on the participating idol (equal to the stamina cost), or a piece of a stage costume. Your stamina will slowly (and as you get to higher working levels, quickly) decrease. There are 5 areas in a district. When you complete an area to 100%, you will move on to the next area and you will be awarded a stat point. When you complete the 5th area in a district, you will have a Live Battle. There is an end to work, so don't worry about spending all your stamina on it; try participating in Events. If you have run out of work and want more, you'll have to wait for further expansions.

If you level up, your stamina will be fully restored. You can redo old jobs to get clothing and idols. Stamina regenerates at 1 every 3 minutes. Work is a slow, but easy way to make money and fans. You gain 1 exp for every 1 stamina consumed.

Live Battles

When reaching the end of a district, you will be challenged by an idol to a Live Battle. Only the leader goes against the idol, and the battle is decided by popularity (numbers of fans). If you win, you will receive a variety of presents. However, some cannot be received. (see Registration Confirmation)

Live Concerts

Live Concerts are battles against other players online. Instead of just the leader participating, the entire unit competes against the rival unit. The battle is determined by the combined Power or Defense of the idols against the rival unit's Power or Defense. When you challenge another player, the system tries to use ALL your attack points or ALL your idols (whichever occurs first). Though it only displays 5 idols, all of the other idols can still participate as backup idols. Though backup idols only contribute 80% of their stats, you will bring as many backup idols as you have leftover attack points. To determine how many attack points you will use (if less than your current attack points), add up the cost of all your idols. The same occurs on the defense; however, defense uses defense points and will use your idols defense stats. You will only lose some defense points, not all your points like attack. Attack/defense points restore at 1 every minute. Live Concerts are a quick way to make money and fans( if you win); as well as, you receive affection on your 5 team idols. You won't lose fans for losing, only money. If you win a live concert, you have a chance of your idols entering 'awakened' state. This will give your idols a 10% bonus on their attack, but awakened state only lasts 10 minutes. Awakened state can stack to give more that 10% but does not reset the timer.

Note: you will use ALL your attack points if able. If you have less attack points then the next (backup) idol you would otherwise bring, you will still bring that idol. However, the idol will contribute a percentage of its stats (on top of the 80% if it is a backup idol). The percentage is equal to *points remaining*/*cost of idol*. That is the reason why it is difficult to keep trainers. If you don't have a lot of idols to use as backup instead, the trainer will contribute very little and eat up all your remaining points.

Rares are good. They provide a bonus that can add a couple thousand to your score if you setup the team right. However, rares only have a chance of activating their ability (, unless they are the leader; the leader will always activate their ability). Thus, don't be surprised to see that not every rare contributes their bonus. Rares only affect idols in your unit or in the rival's unit.

Team Organization

Organization determines the idols that have priority when you challenge people or are challenged, as well as, is used to change your leader. Your leader is top priority on both offense and defense, and is the card displayed when others are looking for someone to engage in a live concert. (Note: your leader doesn't have to be the one you first received to continue to receive their bonus; that is their rare ability and it can still apply.) Rares will only provide their bonus if they are in the unit and will only affect units that are in your unit or in the rival unit. The idols chosen also will be the ones that participate in Work. Idols not in the unit can still be used as backup idols (not activating any rare abilities and only contributing 80% of their stats). You cannot have two of the exact same idol on a team. However, that doesn't mean you can't have more than one version of the same person. (Ex: You can have a normal and a normal+ of the same idol on a team.) If you do not choose idols for your team, they will temporarily be set on their own when needed. (Lives, work, etc.)

Live Rehearsals

When challenging another member of your production to a live concert, you will instead have a live rehearsal. You won't lose any money and you can't challenge them for clothes, but you will still use up attack.

Boo'ed

When you challenge someone to a live convert and they are of a significant level difference or simply too low level, you will be boo'ed off the stage. You receive nothing, you automatically lose, and you still use up your attack points.

Registration Confirmation

Although the game can basically be played, it is suggested that you confirm your Mobage registration in order to participate in many bonuses. Items won through Live Battles and Login bonuses cannot be received without confirmation. However, for foreign users with an foreign phone number, registration confirmation is impossible, as only Japanese phone numbers are allowed to confirm. As such, foreign users can only receive items won through Live Concerts, Work, and Rank ups.

Items

Items in Cinderella Girls can be purchased at the shop with Mobucoins. Other items can appear for events or as rewards, and can have varied affects. The main three items found are the following:

Stamina Drink

Once consumed, the stamina drink will fully restore your stamina.

Energy Drink

Once consumed, the energy drink will fully restore your attack points and defense points.

Closet Key

To use, you go to costumes and choose a dress type and a color. When used, the closet key will make it so everyone who challenges you to a live for that color of that dress will automatically lose. You will receive money as if it were a normal win and you will not lose that piece of clothing. This effect last 24 hours.

Other Gameplay Mechanics

Stage Costumes

As you work, you will receive stage costumes. When you collect all 6 pieces of a stage costume, you can go to your costume section and receive the corresponding reward. Not just by working, you can get costume pieces from Live Concerts. You can gather the same set up to 3 times.

Transfer

Transfer is an option you can choose when you receive an idol to "sell" them. You can go to the Transfer button to sell idols you have.

MAX Affection

When an idol goes to max affection, a notification will appear to meet that idol. Once you have met the idol, an animation occurs. The idol will now have improved stats.

While working, the affection reward will always be put on an idol that has room. If you have only one idol that isn't maxed, that idol will get the affection, assuming they are part of the main teams.

Auditions

Once a day, you will have the opportunity to have a local audition. This takes no effort and gives you an idol; the idol given is most often a normal but it can be a rare. There are other auditions but those take "coins" (the cash shop money) and friendship points. This is the only use for friendship points.

Rank Ups

Rank ups occur once you have so many fans and will award you an assortment of goods. You don't need to be authenticated to receive them.

Productions

Productions are equivalent to a guild/clan. When part of a production, you will gain a variety of benefits. For every other member in your production, you will receive two points that you can allocate. To increase the amount of members your production can hold, you must level it up. To level up a production, you can donate money or clothes. Clothes from higher level sets will provide more to the development. As the production gets larger, the production leader can invest in some add-ons to the production. Add-ons will bestow buffs to the respective idol type. Productions compete in events and rankings as an entity of their own. You can create a production of your own at level 5. If a member leaves the production, you lose two points from your highest stat. You cannot leave or dissolve a production until 24 hours after your joining/creation.

Events

Between the basic info and the 5 displayed idols, you can see banners that appear like advertisements. Those banners are events with usually one banner advertising the cash shop audition. The banners can provide a separate outlet for your stamina and attack. Whether celebrating Christmas or Valentine's day, the rewards for these events can be phenomenal. However, some events require an authenticated account. Spending stamina on these events will not provide you points to allocate but they will still give you exp.

Production Ranking Award

Every week, your production and you will be awarded a variety of goods based on how many fans you gathered that week. These items require you to have an authenticated account. If you do have an authenticated account, aim for the top for great rewards!

Trading

You can trade all sorts of goods with other players. When offering a trade, all things on your side is removed. The other person has 48 hours to respond or the trade is automatically canceled. When a trade is completed/canceled, you can go to your trades to pick up the items/idols. You can only offer/demand a maximum of 10 things (idols, x amount of an item, x money) in a trade between both parties. Trading is only available to those with authenticated accounts.

Album

Whenever you receive an idol you have never received before, it will be registered in your album. Once you have so many idols in your album, you can register for an album level up. This allows you to carry more idols. (More than your starting 50.) Your album also records all the idols that you got to max affection. By reaching certain amounts of max affection, you get rewarded with exclusive rares and SRares for each type. These cards can only be received with an authenticated account.

Login Bonus/Daily Reset

When you login, you receive a login bonus. This awards 400 friendship points and 5000 money. As of June 1st, 2012, as you log in for consecutive days, you will accumulating rewards including half-drinks, trainers, and platinum gacha tickets. These can only be received with an authenticated account. Everyday at 5:00 am JST(Japan Standard Time), the day resets. Allowing you to receive another login bonus and have a local audition.

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Idols

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765 Production Cute Idols
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Haruka Amami Hibiki Ganaha Makoto Kikuchi Yayoi Takatsuki
876 Production Cute Idol
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Ai Hidaka
Korean Exclusive Cute Idol
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Haena Ryoo
Voiced Cute Idols
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Karin SS.png
Rina SS.png
Anzu SS.png
Mirei SS.png
Shiki SS.png
Kyoko SS.png
Sae SS.png
Miho SS.png
Sachiko SS.png
Nana Abe Karin Domyoji Rina Fujimoto Anzu Futaba Mirei Hayasaka Shiki Ichinose Kyoko Igarashi Sae Kobayakawa Miho Kohinata Sachiko Koshimizu
Miku SS.png
Kanako SS.png
Frederica SS.png
Yukari SS.png
Atsumi SS.png
Yuka SS.png
Chieri SS.png
Yuuki SS.png
Mayu SS.png
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Miku Maekawa Kanako Mimura Frederica Miyamoto Yukari Mizumoto Atsumi Munakata Yuka Nakano Chieri Ogata Yuuki Otokura Mayu Sakuma Momoka Sakurai
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Noriko SS.png
Uzuki SS.png
Hiromi Seki Noriko Shiina Uzuki Shimamura
Unvoiced Cute Idols
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Miyako SS.png
Kanna SS.png
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Mai SS.png
Miyo SS.png
Yukino Aihara Erika Akanishi Miyako Anzai Kanna Ariura Fuka Asano Clarice Tsubaki Egami Yao Fueifuei Mai Fukuyama Miyo Harada
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Akiha SS.png
Kana SS.png
Setsuna SS.png
Koharu SS.png
Shinobu SS.png
Nene SS.png
Wakaba SS.png
Misato SS.png
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Rena Hyodo Akiha Ikebukuro Kana Imai Setsuna Imura Koharu Koga Shinobu Kudo Nene Kurihara Wakaba Kusakabe Misato Manaka Saya Matsubara
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Azuki SS.png
Sakura SS.png
Hasumi SS.png
Hitomi SS.png
Michiru SS.png
Yuriko SS.png
Yuu SS.png
Kurumi SS.png
Saori SS.png
Arisa Mochida Azuki Momoi Sakura Muramatsu Hasumi Nagatomi Hitomi Niwa Michiru Ohara Yuriko Ohnishi Yuu Ohta Kurumi Ohnuma Saori Okuyama
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Hotaru SS.png
Seika SS.png
Miyabi SS.png
Kiyora SS.png
Miyuki SS.png
Chika SS.png
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Kotoka Saionji Satomi Sakakibara Hotaru Shiragiku Seika Suzumiya Miyabi Tsukimiya Kiyora Yanagi Miyuki Yanase Chika Yokoyama Kozue Yusa



765 Production Cool Idols
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Ritsuko Akizuki Chihaya Kisaragi Azusa Miura Takane Shijou
876 Production Cool Idols
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Eri Mizutani
Korean Exclusive Cool Idol
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Juney
Voiced Cool Idols
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Hina SS.png
Hajime SS.png
Kanade SS.png
Karen SS.png
Haruna SS.png
Nao SS.png
Ranko SS.png
Mizuki SS.png
Ryo SS.png
Anastasia Hina Araki Hajime Fujiwara Kanade Hayami Karen Hojo Haruna Kamijou Nao Kamiya Ranko Kanzaki Mizuki Kawashima Ryo Matsunaga
Miyu SS.png
Nono SS.png
Asuka SS.png
Minami SS.png
Fumika SS.png
Chie SS.png
Rin SS.png
Syuko SS.png
Koume SS.png
Arisu SS.png
Miyu Mifune Nono Morikubo Asuka Ninomiya Minami Nitta Fumika Sagisawa Chie Sasaki Rin Shibuya Syuko Shiomi Koume Shirasaka Arisu Tachibana
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Kaede SS.png
Tamami SS.png
Aki SS.png
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Riina Tada Kaede Takagaki Tamami Wakiyama Aki Yamato Haru Yuuki
Unvoiced Cool Idols
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Nanami SS.png
Honoka SS.png
Tomo SS.png
Yoriko SS.png
Toko SS.png
Helen SS.png
Shino SS.png
Megumi SS.png
Kate SS.png
Chinatsu Aikawa Nanami Asari Honoka Ayase Tomo Fujii Yoriko Furusawa Toko Hattori Helen Shino Hiiragi Megumi Ijuin Kate
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Aya SS.png
Tsukasa SS.png
Ayaka SS.png
Chinami SS.png
Chiaki SS.png
Layla SS.png
Sarina SS.png
Chizuru SS.png
Midori SS.png
Manami Kiba Aya Kirino Tsukasa Kiryu Ayaka Kishibe Chinami Komuro Chiaki Kurokawa Layla Sarina Matsumoto Chizuru Matsuo Midori Mizuno
Seira SS.png
Hijiri SS.png
Yume SS.png
Honami SS.png
Izumi SS.png
Yasuha SS.png
Yukimi SS.png
Shiori SS.png
Rei SS.png
Kako SS.png
Seira Mizuki Hijiri Mochizuki Yume Narumiya Honami Nishikawa Izumi Ohishi Yasuha Okazaki Yukimi Sajo Shiori Sena Rei Shinohara Kako Takafuji
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Noa SS.png
Ai SS.png
Mutsumi SS.png
Otoha SS.png
Rumi SS.png
Makino SS.png
Saki SS.png
Reiko Takahashi Noa Takamine Ai Togo Mutsumi Ujiie Otoha Umeki Rumi Wakui Makino Yagami Saki Yoshioka



765 Production Passion Idols
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Mami Futami Ami Futami Yukiho Hagiwara Miki Hoshii Iori Minase
876 Production Passion Idol
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Ryo Akizuki
Korean Exclusive Passion Idol
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Yujin Im
Voiced Passion Idols
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Yuki SS.png
Akane SS.png
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Nina SS.png
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Yumi Aiba Miria Akagi Ayame Hamaguchi Yuki Himekawa Akane Hino Mio Honda Yuko Hori Syoko Hoshi Nina Ichihara Mika Jougasaki
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Sanae SS.png
Natsuki SS.png
Yuzu SS.png
Kirari SS.png
Takumi SS.png
Tomoe SS.png
Emi SS.png
Yui SS.png
Shizuku SS.png
Rika Jougasaki Sanae Katagiri Natsuki Kimura Yuzu Kitami Kirari Moroboshi Takumi Mukai Tomoe Murakami Emi Namba Yui Ohtsuki Shizuku Oikawa
Kaoru SS.png
Shin SS.png
Aiko SS.png
Airi SS.png
Suzuho SS.png
Yoshino SS.png
Kaoru Ryuzaki Shin Sato Aiko Takamori Airi Totoki Suzuho Ueda Yoshino Yorita
Unvoiced Passion Idols
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Mary SS.png
Naho SS.png
Misaki SS.png
Cathy SS.png
Ayuna SS.png
Hinako SS.png
Mahiro SS.png
Ibuki SS.png
Reina SS.png
Nagisa Aino Mary Cochran Naho Ebihara Misaki Etou Cathy Graham Ayuna Hamakawa Hinako Kita Mahiro Kitagawa Ibuki Komatsu Reina Koseki
Shiho SS.png
Itsuki SS.png
Kumiko SS.png
Risa SS.png
Sana SS.png
Meiko SS.png
Hikaru SS.png
Natalia SS.png
Kai SS.png
Sora SS.png
Shiho Makihara Itsuki Manabe Kumiko Matsuyama Risa Matoba Sana Miyoshi Meiko Namiki Hikaru Nanjo Natalia Kai Nishijima Sora Nonomura
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Yoko SS.png
Eve SS.png
Marina SS.png
Ema SS.png
Aoi SS.png
Natsumi SS.png
Umi SS.png
Ako SS.png
Tomoka SS.png
Kiyomi Saejima Yoko Saito Eve Santaclaus Marina Sawada Ema Senzaki Aoi Shuto Natsumi Soma Umi Sugisaka Ako Tsuchiya Tomoka Wakabayashi
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Miu Yaguchi Tokiko Zaizen
Trainers
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Rookie Trainer Trainer Veteran Trainer Master Trainer

Official In Game Units

A full list of THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls units can be viewed at THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Units page.

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New Generation
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Familia Twin
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Triad Primus
CGcard Rin Shibuya Normal2.jpg Karen2.jpg Nao kamiya normal plus.jpg
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Ankira
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New Wave
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Rock the Beat
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Frilled Square
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External links

THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls Mobage game (Japanese) (Mobile only)

iM@S Cinderella Girls Google site (English)

iM@S Cinderella Girls Wiki (Japanese)

iM@S Cinderella Girls @wiki (Japanese)

CG Dex (English)

CG Card Database (Japanese)

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