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2ch Forum's Anime Saimoe Tournament 2012 Semifinals, Finals

posted on 2012-11-03 15:40 EDT by Daryl Bunao
Saki Episode of Side A's Toki Onjōji, Kuro Matsumi reach end of annual 2ch tournament

After a competition that lasted four months and featured over 2,000 anime characters, Toki Onjōji of Saki Achiga-hen episode of side-A has been crowned as this year's Anime Saimoe champion. Onjōji emerged from a pool of 43 Saki girls to become the 11th champion in tournament history.

The semifinals and finals results went as follows, with vote counts:

(Finals) 11/3:

* Toki Onjōji - Saki Episode of Side A - 311 (Champion)
Kuro Matsumi - Saki Episode of Side A - 291

(Semifinal I) 10/31:
* Toki Onjōji - Saki Episode of Side A - 362 (Winner)
Nodoka Haramura - Saki Episode of Side A - 195
(Semifinal II) 11/1:
* Kuro Matsumi - Saki Episode of Side A - 258 (Winner)
Hisa Takei - Saki Episode of Side A - 126

Based on total number of votes acquired throughout the course of this year's tournament, the top 10 vote-getters are ranked as follows:

  1. Toki Onjouji - Saki Episode of Side A - 2,093 (Champion)
  2. Yuu Matsumi - Saki Episode of Side A - 1,863 (Eliminated in Quarter Finals)
  3. Kuro Matsumi - Saki Episode of Side A - 1,593 (Runner-up)
  4. Hisa Takei - Saki Episode of Side A - 1,515 (Eliminated in Semifinals)
  5. Akari Akaza - Yuruyuri - 1,486 (Eliminated in Group Finals)
  6. Louise De La Valliere - Familiar of Zero F - 1,481 (Eliminated in Quarter Finals)
  7. Shana - Shakugan no Shana III (Final) - 1,424 (Eliminated in Quarter Finals)
  8. Nodoka Haramura - Saki Episode of Side A -1,348 (Eliminated in Semifinals)
  9. Saki Miyanaga - Saki Episode of Side A - 1,346 (Eliminated in Quarter Finals)
  10. Ako Atarashi - Saki Episode of Side A - 1,337 (Eliminated in Group Finals)

For a look back at this year's previous results, ANN's reports can be found below:

The Anime Saimoe Tournament is an annual poll in which users from Japan's 2channel message board vote on the most moe female anime character of the past year.

Almost any female character in a television anime, anime film, original video anime (OVA), or web anime released in Japan between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012 was eligible for the tournament. The main exceptions were characters from 18+ anime, who are not eligible.


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