Monday, November 18, 2013

ISML 2013: Bonus Exhibition Results, Day 1

Arena M1
Ayasaki Hayate
(Hayate no Gotoku!) 2394
Hazuki Nagisa
(Free!) 1665
Kirigaya Kazuto
(Sword Art Online) 4575
Kizuna Astin (Hampnie Hambart)
(Kami-sama no Inai Nichiyōbi) 2321
Kōgami Shin'ya
(Psycho-Pass) 2074
Kurosaki Ichigo
(BLEACH) 2056

Arena M2
Akashi Seijūrō
(Kuroko no Basket) 1897
Hinata Hideki
(Angel Beats!) 3467
Kinoshita Hideyoshi
(Baka to Test to Shōkanjū) 4412
Kuchiki Byakuya
(BLEACH) 1998
Mashima Taichi
(Chihayafuru) 821
Ōma Shū
(Guilty Crown) 2558

Arena M3
Fushimi Saruhiko
(K) 1466
Hatake Kakashi
(NARUTO) 2896
Kida Masaomi
(Durarara!!) 2122
Lelouch Lamperouge
(Code Geass) 4434
Natsume Takashi
(Natsume Yūjin-chō) 2237
Sebastian Michaelis
(Kuroshitsuji) 2012

Arena M4
Ciel Phantomhive
(Kuroshitsuji) 2140
Emiya Kiritsugu
(Fate/Zero) 2585
Kanda Sorata
(Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo) 2903
Kurapika
(Hunter x Hunter) 1341
Oreki Hōtarō
(Hyōka) 4667
Otonashi Io
(Acchi Kocchi) 1645

Arena M5
Aomine Daiki
(Kuroko no Basket) 1373
Hasebe Yutaka
(Servant x Service) 1082
Killua Zoldyck
(Hunter x Hunter) 2087
Maō Sadao
(Hataraku Maō-sama) 3509
Okita Sōgo
(Gintama) 2292
Otonashi Yuzuru
(Angel Beats!) 4459

Arena M6
Eren Yeager
(Shingeki no Kyojin) 3777
Himuro Tatsuya
(Kuroko no Basket) 1169
Kamijō Tōma
(Toaru Majutsu no Index) 3399
Togashi Yūta
(Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai!) 3739
Xerxes Break
(Pandora Hearts) 1318
Yokodera Yōto
(Hentai Ōji to Warawanai Neko) 2038

Arena M7
Akasaka Ryūnosuke
(Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo) 3106
Fuwa Mahiro
(Zetsuen no Tempest) 1491
Gin
(Hotarubi no Mori e) 1722
Iskandar
(Fate/Zero) 2343
Katsuragi Keima
(Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai) 4225
Kise Ryōta
(Kuroko no Basket) 2274

Arena M8
Araragi Koyomi
(Bakemonogatari) 3866
Chrom
(Fire Emblem Awakening) 411
Kagami Taiga
(Kuroko no Basket) 1867
Kōsaka Kyōsuke
(Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai) 2814
Okabe Rintarō
(Steins;Gate) 2913
Yatogami Kurō
(K) 2963

Arena T1
Rūmia
(Tōhō Project) 2570
Nazrin
(Tōhō Project) 801
Mizuhashi Parsee
(Tōhō Project) 1777
Kazami Yūka
(Tōhō Project) 2183
Hong Meiling
(Tōhō Project) 1050
Hakurei Reimu
(Tōhō Project) 5001

Arena T2
Murasa Minamitsu
(Tōhō Project) 690
Komeiji Koishi
(Tōhō Project) 1334
Kirisame Marisa
(Tōhō Project) 3685
Kagiyama Hina
(Tōhō Project) 1733
Hōraisan Kaguya
(Tōhō Project) 2565
Cirno
(Tōhō Project) 3653

Arena T3
Yasaka Kanako
(Tōhō Project) 647
Reisen Udongein Inaba
(Tōhō Project) 2946
Komeiji Satori
(Tōhō Project) 1768
Koakuma
(Tōhō Project) 1295
Izayoi Sakuya
(Tōhō Project) 3895
Hōjū Nue
(Tōhō Project) 2746

Arena T4
Saigyōji Yuyuko
(Tōhō Project) 2572
Remilia Scarlet
(Tōhō Project) 3683
Onozuka Komachi
(Tōhō Project) 1654
Moriya Suwako
(Tōhō Project) 1619
Inaba Tewi
(Tōhō Project) 1747
Hijiri Byakuren
(Tōhō Project) 2332

El Son De Las Sirenas


El Son De Las Sirenas
Sayaka Miki beheads Mami Tomoe, figuratively, to advance to 2channel Anime Saimoe semifinals

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
November 18, 2013

A traveling mariachi band from the north of Mexico performed at Mitakihara Middle School on Monday evening at the auditorium ahead of the result of the fourth quarterfinal of the 2013 2channel Anime Saimoe Tournament. The end result was a lopsided one, a 256-164 figurative beheading of Mami Tomoe by Sayaka Miki. Miki now advances to the 2channel Anime Saimoe semifinals to take on Watashi on Thursday.

"I am content with this result," Tomoe said via phone interview. "I already won this and I ended up finishing top eight this year. That's a great run and I congratulate Miki-san on this victory."

"I'm honored to have finally done better than the quarterfinals," Miki said via teleconference. "I hope to make the final at least, but Watashi is not going to be an easy opponent to take down. However, I'm confident to deliver justice to humanity on Thursday. I'm not done yet."

There has been talk that Homura Akemi had a key role to play in the takedown of Mami Tomoe, but that rumor was shot down by Akemi herself.

"Look, I don't make these decisions, it's the voters," Akemi said via videoconference. "It's the voters who still care about these contests that have the final say in this. Any talk about me rigging these matches is coincidental and is just the type of useless fodder you members of the media like to write to monetize your sites that no one reads.

"I am not the one that calls these things. It's the voters."

"I know that I'm going to probably have to go through Kyouko-chan and Sayaka-chan, so I have to be ready," Madoka Kaname said. "I have my own reasons for progressing, and I want to get it done. I have a lot of respect for Sayaka-chan, but there can only be one winner."

Tuesday is a rest day. Madoka and Kyouko Sakura battle on Wednesday in the first semifinal.

"I would rather face Watashi than Sayaka in the final, but that's all going to be moot if I lose to Madoka," Sakura said via phone. "Madoka, to me, is still the favorite and I think she has a stronger case to win it all. But I wouldn't mind returning to the final, even though I have my work cut out for me."


2channel Anime Saimoe 2013: Fifth through Eighth Place

5. Ruri Gokou
6. Mami Tomoe
7. Kyouko Toshinou
8. Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi

2channel Anime Saimoe 2013: Quarterfinal 4 Result



Qf4組
1位 256票 美樹さやか@劇場版 魔法少女まどか☆マギカ[前編]始まりの物語/[後編]永遠の物語
2位 164票 巴マミ@劇場版 魔法少女まどか☆マギカ[前編]始まりの物語/[後編]永遠の物語