The "Trickstar" monsters are based on Japanese idols. All of the members shown so far are females dressing in colorful attires and having are pairs of butterfly or dragonfly like wing as well as tattoo of varying shape on their faces. Their skirt designs resemble the petal of each flowers they're named after. The main deck monsters have an appearance of a teenage girl, while the extra deck monsters have an appearance of young woman.
The monster Dark Angel, although not being an official member of this archetype, has similar design as the rest of the Trickstar monsters and was also used by Aoi in the anime.
Trickstar is a portmanteau of the words "Trick" and "Star" while also playing on the word "Trickster". The members of this archetype are named after various flowers.
is to disrupt your opponent's plays to prevent them from mounting a comeback.
"Lightstage" can lock down their Set Spells and Traps for a turn before forcing a "use it or lose it" scenario,
"Trickstar Reincarnation" will banish their hand face-down and draw an equal number of new cards for them (which can also deal significant burn damage off of "Lycoris's" effect), eliminating the benefit of search cards and cards that activate in the Graveyard.
"Holly Angel" will prevent the "Trickstar" monsters in her Link Points from being destroyed
"Lycoris" can return them from the field to the hand to avoid other removal effects.
Search and recovery power
Which the archetype also has lots of.
"Lightstage" can search any of the "Trickstar" monsters on activation,
"Candina" can search any "Trickstar" card, including herself, when Normal Summoned. This will often be "Lilybell," which you can then Special Summon, allowing you to promptly Link Summon "Holly Angel" or attack directly with "Lilybell" via its effect to recover a "Trickstar" card from the Graveyard.
"Lycoris" can return "Candina" to your hand to allow you to Summon her and search again
"Reincarnation" can be banished from the Graveyard to Special Summon a "Trickstar" from your Graveyard.