I don't know why, but usually I can tell who is the tsundere character just by her looks.
When I saw the tsundere girl from Plastic memories, she didn't even have to open her mouth.
I blame Asuka Langley
But there's a pretty good chance.
a filthy secondarybut she started off treating Shirou coldly and has seemingly warmed up to him throughout UBW, even going on a fucking picnic with him and cooking him dinner in his own house
OP is not well-cultured, but I shall tell you why.
Twintails is a hairstyle that has the inclination of youth, that is preadolescence and adolescence. It's a trait that is fitted for girls (typically young) who are childish or have a childish part in their personality. It stands to reason twintails goes perfectly well with tsundere, an archetype that invites childish nature. This is true for flat-chest being highly associated with twintails and tsundere design as well, and for the same reason.
>Being this new
There are various types of tsundere. Aloof, standoffish, hostile, cold, combative, violent, even sometimes hateful are elements made constitutes as "tsun". Authors writes and creates a tsundere using these traits as a foundation, and how they are executed come in a variety of ways.
I hate newfags who cannot understand something so basic. Just how new are you to not get the synergy that comes from twintails tsundere? Twintails are usually worn by girls who are still kids, adults don't sport them for obvious reason. Tsundere are girls who are more or less like kids and they are allowed, even expected to behave like a kid, in one way or another Just like how kids eventually grow up, so do tsundere as they advance to dere from characters m development.
Of course, probably the most important reason is because tsundere looks best with twintails. Their cuteness multiples with twintails that compliments their overall image and personality, more so than any other hairstyle.
I really hate her color scheme. Having a color as a character's theme is fine. Having it be the only color is awful.
Twintails are love.
Ahem. While tsundere are childish in nature, that does not mean they cannot be "strong". I believe it is a must for a tsundere to have aspects that represents being strong and they often are strong or try to be strong. Generally, strong-willed tsundere have a delicate/soft/fragile side to them, and this part doesn't run counter or along side the two opposites of childish and strong, instead it is a budding element that has to be nurtured or forced out in the open (typically the love interest does this). Rin is a good example of a tsundere who is childish, strong, and has a delicate side to her.
>Not knowing about the tsundere curse.
Harumph. I did not say they cannot be strong, but some behavior (hostility, violent tendencies) can be confused for strength. What makes Rin strong doesn't hinge on this 'tsun' behavior the way some confuse Asuka's behavior as sign of a strong person in comparison to Shinji or Rei.
It really depends, but sometimes hostility and violent tendencies are related to a tsundere being strong. Kotori of DAL is one example of this. Other times, it's exactly as it is without pretense.
Deep down, Asuka is a fragile person with psychological issues. She forces herself to be strong. The antagonistic and haughty attitude she displays is connected to the facade she puts up to protect herself.
Because every single tsundere without exception for the last 20 years has been shamelessly copying Asuka.
>Complaining about originality in anime and manga
>Not sticking with whatever is best in making your dick hard
ANN pls go.
Maki is no twin tails tsun.