Hana now becomes a peer of the Ojamajo. When Majotourbillon's spirit revives, the witches now have to break her curse. From the help from Pao-chan, Doremi, Hana, and the other witches are able to defeat the curses.
Our Hana-chan exhibits quite a leader qualities at witch kindergarten. In an attempt to quiet the children at the kindergarten, Hana-chan remembers her mamas and starts crying and her peers naively tell her that " unless you grow up like doremi and others you can not be with them." So our hana-chan amidst the crying process wishes to be so. Hence her crystals shine brightly transforming her to a 12 year old. But the crystals get shattered to pieces. So our queen sends her to human world. At first doremi and others would not believe but soon realize it.
Plot development: removing cursed branches that are around the predecessor queen with the help of her spirit 'baba' (quite whining about oy cola) hile weaving the 6 gifts that the predecessor queen gave to her 6 grand children. Our ojamajos have to guess what those are and weave them and deliver them to the predecessor queen via desk of baba.
In this lot of good things happen like aiko chan's dream comes true and we will know the face of " queen", who is supporting our ojamajos so far.
ojamajos transformation scenes are quite boring. They have only supporting in magic to turn hana-chan to a witch apprentice.
Music: Opening Song is as good as the first series.
Enjoyment: Alright. What is good about the series is that though it seemed to be childish one, executed well. Especially Doremi though seems clumsy, takes right decisions. She understood that " becoming witch is not so simple and her decision could change her friends, pop-chan and their families forever as they follow her will blindly." Reality representation around the elements of fantasy (like looking at others whether they are observing their magic, for instance) is not forsaken. read more