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|Season||Happiness Charge Pretty Cure!|
|Eye Color||Maroon (evil) |
|Hair Color||Light violet (evil) |
|Home Place||Phantom Empire|
|First Appearance||HCPC01 (cameo) |
HCPC08 (major apperance)
|Japanese Voice Actor||Koyasu Takehito|
Oresky thinks that the world pays attention to him and wants to be the first to do everything. At his first appearance, he is outrageously the strongest of the "Oresky Trio", but ends up being defeated by the help of Cure Fortune.
He is strict and has brutal force when he try to do his work. He also appears to have a high opinion of himself, even to the point of hamming Miyo's camera to get fans. He thinks he is better than Namakelder and Hosshiwa, and also serves as a leader of the trio, believing himself to be beloved by them (but both of them do not even care for his birthday).
Invasion Of Earth
He, along with the other generals, Deep Mirror and Queen Mirage, were released from Axia and began their invasion of Blue Sky Kingdom. He did not appear until episode 8, where he is introduced as having a high opinion of himself, much to the annoyance of the others.
In episode 8, he appears during a festival in Pikarigaoka, capturing four of Megumi's friends and creating two Saiarks, one of which he kept hidden when the Cures first went to fight it. When Masuko Miyo arrived to get footage of the Cures fighting for her Pretty Cure Weekly TV show, he hams up the camera. As the Cures are about to purify the first Saiark, the second one appears and catches them off-guard, much to the delight of Oresky. However, Cure Fortune arrives, easily defeating and purifying both. He retreats soon after.
Almost Becoming Good
In episode 29, he and the rest of the trio were ordered to prevent the Shining Make Dresser from being awakened. They confronted the Cures, minus Hime, who was helping perform the ritual, and fought against them. The three of proved too much for the Cures, but when the power of the dresser finally awoken, the Cures' powers increased substantially and they were able to fight off the generals. Oresky and the rest of the trio were almost purified by Cure Fortune's Starlight Ascension but Deep Mirror intervened before they became completely good and they retreated.
Proving Himself and Almost Becoming Purified Again
In episode 37, Oresky and the other generals learned from Queen Mirage that she did not find much use for them anymore and has found a new soldier to defeat the Cures. He is the most deeply angered by finding this out and goes out to prove that he is still "number one" by ambushing the Pikarigaoka Halloween Festival. During the ensuing battle, Cure Lovely asks him why he has to be the best, and he says that if he isn't, he's nothing. When the Cures purify the Saiark with Happiness Big Bang, Oresky is also hit and is about to become good, when Cure Tender arrives, destroying the attack and freeing him before anything happened.
Final Chance and Nearly Becoming Good
In episode 40, Mirage was furious at him and the trio. They were given one last chance to defeat the Cures. He and the trio summoned several Saiarks to wreck the city and was easily defeated. He and the trio nearly become good but they managed to withdraw before they were purified.
Battle with Cure Fortune and Purification
He, along with the rest of the trio, confronted the Cures as they made their way through the Phantom Empire. The Oresky Trio battled the other three Cures as Lovely continued toward Queen Mirage. Oresky battled Fortune and he was able to outmaneuver her, easily blocking her physical attacks. However, he soon met his end when Fortune changed into her Innocent Form and she used Emerald Illusion to purify him. As he faded away, he finally realized that he did not always have to be "number one".
In episode 49, he became a policeman and is seen carrying a big bag of supplies on his back for an old woman who is walking behind him.
Oresky is a tall man with a gamboge colored military uniform with a hat that has two red eyes on the front that resemble the glasses on a Saiark. He also wears black gloves and boots. On his uniform is a gold medal that he removes from his uniform when he summons a Saiark. He also has light violet hair and maroon eyes. He also wears a black tank top under his coat. In episode 24, because he is training on the beach, he does not wear his coat and gloves and wears his medal on the tank top.
When he was reborn, he now wears a blue police officer's uniform and his hair and eyes and now brown.
Like the other commanders, he can trap people into the mirror and create Saiarks. When he summons a Saiark, he needs to remove his medal first. It is shown that he has super strength and is actually strong enough to defeat the Cures. He was able to stop even Cure Fortune when they fought against each other. He could also fire dark blasts from his hands.
Oresky is a combination of two Japanese meanings: "Ore" is an informal pronoun of "I", strongly for a man; his medal also has the word "Ore". "Suki" basically translates to "like" in Japanese language. Oresky roughly means "to like myself", thus this points out to be his personality.
Oresky is also a popular surname in the United States and Canada, which came from Russian immigrants.
- His theme color is brown while his Saiarks have yellow scarves.
- His Saiarks create barren wastelands but sometime it will creates a dark cloud as if it looked like a war-torn environment.
- Oresky has the same voice actor with Misumi Takeshi, Scorp and Fusion.
- He shares the same personality with Westar and Wolfrun.
- Oresky shares his birthday with Aino Megumi, making him the first villain to share the same birthday with a Cure.
- He and Hosshiwa are the only two generals who were nearly purified three times.