Is tsundere, if done right, the best archetype?
Hmm, yeah. That has always been the case.
Any archetype if done right is the best, because it appeals to the group that loves said archetype. The problem with popular archetypes like tsundere is that they're overdone and too often done poorly and tainting their archetype by association with the shittiness.
In my opinion, yes. They have incredible charm that pulls you in from the cute love-hate sassy chemistry that other archetypes don't have on top of romantic development or straight-up bromance...or even both.
Yes, she treats him excessively harsh because she wants to distance her feelings for him. As her route progresses she becomes a lot more relaxed and less strict around him. A good example is the dinner table. Since Shiki's first day, any bit of noise he made with his cutlery at the table would cause Akiha to glare at him. Further on in the route Shiki mentions that she no longer becomes upset at him making noise at the table. Although she is tsundere, her reason for being tsun is far more complex and interesting compared to other girls (even though Tsukihime writing is absolute trash). I really believe she is the pinnacle of tsun.
Genki is fucking boring and they are usually airheads. Pic related is the only one I like.
My tsundere wife and the mother of my baby daughter can't be this cute.
I don't think it's rare. The more annoying ones tend to be overly hyper, so random, and so forth. Usually there is more mediocrity or bad than good in virtually everything that can be measured in quality.
I lost my emi folder, help me get them back fellow emibros.
I'm feeling quite lazy tonight. Sorry, mate. Have this though.
Tsunderes are best when they go full submissive when dere.
Should I reread the novels, or should I start where anime ended? And what novels were adapted?
Is it really worth it rereading story I already know?
No need to, only differences I remember between ln and anime are emi being much more likeable, emerada telling her that her mother was living with her for some time and olba not being involved with sariel events.
Read them anyway.
The anime followed the novels to an extent, but it's not as faithful enough to be a good adaptation. Plus you miss out on descriptive narrative and character thoughts that lets you in the character's mind, emotions, and all that jazz. Try the manga if you want to go over it faster. It's more faithful than the anime and more than twice the moe/dere that the anime altered/removed..
You have a lot of catching up to do. The translated ones are up to vol 14 right now. Emi's already showing her dere side.
You're missing out on a lot since a lot has happened after the anime and the manga is isn't even halfway through the current translated novels. Don't you want to see Maou rescuing Emi, riding his moped through Ente Isla? Shit's great read.
Because even Tsundere done right is still not a romance
It's puppy love.
I want actual dates and interactions, not 'Will they, won't they?' and Tsuns don't do that because going on a date is acceptance which goes against their convention.
That is one merit anime has over a LN medium. The other is OST and setting design. It's quite natural for fans to use the voice of the anime seiyuus after an anime adaptation has been made when reading the source material in their head.
The Recent one is Diana from LWA.
Singlehandledly saving TV LWA from flopping to the bottom.
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Emi is so fucking good because she really dislikes him at first and SLOWLY falls for him.
That aside she is cute, brave, pure, kind, honourable, smart, level-headed and has have a hard life.
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False. Emi is best girl and OTP material by far.
Don't forget the best girl
Yes, but she needs to have something that backs up the way she is, and that as the progresses the said character needs to change her interactions with her destined love interest.
Emi has all that.
a nigga I know posted this an said hes gonna kill me
Is he tsun or should I be concerned
A tsundere done right is okay, but nowhere near actually feminine non-abrasive archetypes like hajidere, genki and ara ara. Most of the time, though, they're cancer that actively ruin their series.
No. Tsundere is inherently a detrimental character trait, even if ultimately they're a well done character. Unless being tsundere serves some greater narrative purpose, such as the psychological exposes in Evangelion, any tsundere character would be better off not being tsundere. But even then, while Asuka might be a good character, she's still a dislikable bitch that earns some moderate sympathy.
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No, because any tsundere that you label as tsundere is bad by default, there is no something as "good tsundere" because if you actually thought she was "good" you wouldn't call her a tsundere, because that wouldn't be the reason why you like her.
Did you even bother to read or just needed a bump? And how is Sena a tsundere in any way.
Yeah but it's the easiest character archetype to fuck up.
Mostly because if you make the tsun part the only appealing character trait then you're either forced to keep them tsun forever defeating the point, or you shift them away from the plot once they go dere.
>flat chested and insecure about it