"Trial Card is a card that is attached to the game's machine! Use it along with your Fashion Magic Cards!"
From osharemajo.com (translated)
Trial Cards (おためしカード Otameshi Kādo), also known as Test Cards, are Fashion Magic Cards that are attached to some "Oshare Majo: Love and Berry" machines or have been lent in game events or launch events for Love and Berry: Dress Up and Dance!. The purpose of these cards is for the players to use them while he/she doesn't have enough cards. There have been two sets of Trial Cards.
Before the release of the Trial Cards, an osharemajo.com news post (dated May 20, 2005) revealed the first set of Trial Cards. Unlike the official first set release, Fairy Leaf was originally going to be part of the set before being replaced by Ojouhin Check later on. All of the six have already been introduced into the game's main roster.
The first set of Trial Cards have been released around the beginning of the game's circulation. Except Ojouhin Check, every card featured here has already been introduced into the game's main roster.
Note: Ojouhin Check has no main collection equivalent and the only other way to get it is either buying the DS Collection, or obtaining the Sparkling Location Test Card.
The second set of Trial Cards have been released some time after the Japanese game got a new logo. Every card here in here has been released on or before the 2005 Winter Collection.
While there aren't any publicly released official images of these cards, there have been several times where they can be seen in auctions or events, and they are:
- Pretty Long Rolls
- Flowy Semi Long
- Metallic Down
- Baggy Overall
- Platform Pink Sneakers
- Frilled Socks Low Heels
They are almost exactly the same as the first set of Japanese Trial Cards, except Metallic Down, which was made to replace Ojouhin Check due to it being a DUMMY card. All of these cards are ones available since Version 1.
- Ojouhin Check does not belong to any collection at all and is obtainable only as a trial or dummy card.
- This is the only card to be featured that is a Dummy Card.
- (NOTE: Dummy cards such as Elegant Dress cannot be found in any of the websites)
- In an osharemajo.com news post dated May 20, 2005, Fairy Leaf is listed as a Trial Card instead of Ojouhin Check. As Fairy Leaf is never listed in the list of all Trial Cards in the website, it is likely that it was meant to also be a Trial Card before being replaced by Ojouhin Check.