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|Season||Futari wa Pretty Cure|
|Home Place||Dusk Zone|
|Theme Color||Dark red|
|Japanese Voice Actor||Uran Sakiko|
|English Voice Actor||Kris Rundle|
Poisony (ポイズニー Poizunī?) (Pandora for the English dub) is featured in episodes 12 through 20 and is the only woman of the five denizens of the Dusk Zone, followed by Regine. She is the holder of the orange Prism Stone. Instead of making a big show of calling on Zakennas like Pisard and Gekidorago, she snaps her fingers and is much more discrete about it. She often takes on a human appearance to gain the trust of the girls before attacking. In her true form, she resembles a vampire due to her pale skin, dark attire with a cape, and fangs. She has the power to extend her hair and attack with it.
Poisony is the older sister of Kiriya. Or just someone seen as a sister to him and after she vanishes he vanished one episode later. Despite this, they only worked together in two episodes.
Poisony is portrayed as an analytical and merciless woman who is devoid of almost any mercy or sense of honor. Even toward her brother, whom she outwardly cares for, she threatens him if she thinks he is betraying the Dark King. Unlike most members of Dusk Zone, she is not the type to rely on her strength despite being very powerful. She would rather use subterfuge or create magical traps to ensnare and kill the Pretty Cures. When she does fight directly, she always fights to kill, never giving the enemies a moment to counter. She believes skill and experience are far more important then strength, so she refuses to go blow to blow with the Pretty Cures, using surprise attacks and smashing the enemy from long range as much as possible. She has a tendency to create extremely detailed profiles on the people she targets to understand them, manipulate them, or even disguise as them. However, she sometimes forgets to be aware of her surroundings when talking, and she gets highly stressed and embarrassed if normal people notice her without a disguise.
Poisony may come from the word "poison", whereas the "-y" at the end may be an English way to make it an adjective or adverb.
Pandora may refer to Pandora's Box.
- Out of the main five villains at the beginning of the series, Poisony had the most episodes. Having a total of 8 with her as the villain. Pisard only had 5, Gekidrago 6, and Kiriya had 2 or 3.
- Poisony is the first female antagonist to appear in the very first Pretty Cure season.
- Poisony is the first villain to attack with her own hair, before Sasorina from Heartcatch Pretty Cure!.
- The first ending mistakes that her hair is a pale light blue.
- Poisony's English voice actor also voices Pollun.