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March Shoot (マーチシュート Māchi Shūto?) (called Sparkle Shot in Glitter Force) is a basic finishing move that Cure March uses. To use it, Cure March needs to charge her Smile Pact with enough fighting spirit to make it glow and grant her power to perform the attack. This move requires plenty of energy to perform, making Cure March feel exhausted after using it.
March Shoot is capable of successfully purifying Red and possibly Yellow Nose Akanbe monsters, but does not work against Blue Nose Akanbe.
Cure March first charges up her Smile Pact with fighting spirit, making it glow and granting her power. When enough fighting spirit has been collected, the Smile Pact explodes with wind energy that lifts Cure March off the ground and into the air. March then compresses the wind into a ball and kicks it at the enemy soccer-style. It was used on Majorina in episode 23.
In episode 29, she uses March Shoot with her head rather than her foot to win her baseball match again Majorina.
In episode 38, young Cure March uses March Shoot. Unlike the regular attack, she just runs and kick a smaller ball of wind. It was way too weak to do much damage to the Akanbe.
In episode 42, March uses a powered-up version of the attack, named March Shoot Impact (マーチシュートインパクト Māchi Shūto Inpakuto?), against a Hyper Akanbe. She first spins into a tornado, collecting wind energy. Then, she kicks the Hyper Akanbe up high. She also used the same attack on episode 46, except that she kicked the ball of wind that Bad End March created, turned it green, and sends it flying to Bad End March.
Cure March: プリキュアマーチシュート！
Cure March: Purikyua Māchi Shūto!
Cure March: Pretty Cure March Shoot!
Gitter Spring: Glitter Force Sparkle Shot!
- This is the third attack to be related to something the Cure does in her daily life. The first was Cure Rouge's Fire Strike and the second was Cure Sunny's Sunny Fire.
- This is the third solo attack that utilizes the word "shoot". First was Cure Dream's Crystal Shoot and the second was Cure Marine's Marine Shoot, and fourth is Cure Heart's Heart Shoot.
- This is the second attack that resembles a soccer move, the first being Cure Rouge's Fire Strike.
- Cure March's upgraded attack is the first non-Heartcatch Pretty Cure! attack to utilize the word "Impact".