The names of the “Madolche” are puns of French and Italian desserts and titles or animal sounds, depending on the monster’s type.
The name of the archetype, “Madolche,” is itself a pun. It is a combination of the words “magic” (“Mahō” in Japanese) and “dolce” (pronounced “dol-chay”), the Italian word for “sweet” or “dessert”. All Madolche monsters stand on various sweets in the shape of a jigsaw puzzle piece. Also, on close inspection of the limbs of all the Madolche artworks shows what appear to be sewing seams, implying that all characters are dolls or plushies.