Jasminka Antonenko (ヤスミンカ・アントネンコ) is a character introduced in the film The Enchanted Parade. She is a young witch from Russia and together with Amanda and Constanze, Jasminka is known as a troublesome girl by eating sweets and desserts during classes at Luna Nova Academy.
Jasminka is a significantly tall girl who measures between 5'5" and 5'6". Due to her constant consumption of food, she is observed a little plump.
She has long pink hair to the waist and divides it into two braids tied with light red bows. She always has her eyes slightly open with a dark brown color.
Her standard school uniform of the Luna Nova Academy consists of a dark blue sleeveless jacket with two buttons in the center and skirt of the same color. She wears a white shirt underneath and a tie of the same tone of blue on her shirt near her neck.
She shows a very cheerful and sweet personality from the first moment she is observed interacting with her new friends. She can always be seen eating many sweets and desserts and would even be willing to share them with anyone, as seen during the special The Enchanted Parade.
Jasminka keeps her personality cheerful in various types of situations and tries to encourage the group in various circumstances. She is shown to be very close to her teammates and even hugged them after inspired by Akko reconciling with her friends.
Abilities and EquipmentEdit
Jasminka has a great strength and seems to be able to load several objects as is seen doing it with bags of goodies during the shopping of the parade preparations in The Enchanted Parade.
She can use her magic wand to move objects and easily maneuver her flying broom. She is seen always brings sweets to her hand, seems to be able to use these as an element of distraction in the fight against the evil children at the end of The Enchanted Parade.
She is very good at Culinary Magic, as mentioned by Akko and shown in Orange Submariner.
- "Jasminka" is a Slavic diminutive form of "Jasmina", which in turn is the Croatian, Serbian, Slovene and Macedonian feminine form of "Jasmin" meaning "Jasmine". It is derived from Persian یاسمن (yasamen). Furthermore judging by the '-enko' at the end of her family name, she may be of Ukrainian ancestry.
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