「Saimoe ‘13」 “Groups D・E・F – Day 3″ ~ Second Round Results


「二期はよ」 by (RYO)

Winners: Tomoka, Yoshino, and Nodoka.

Group D2-3 Results:

  • 1位 369票 | 47.25% | Tomoka Minato @ Ro-Kyu-Bu!
  • 2位 341票 | 43.66% | Kyouko Toshinou @ Yuru Yuri♪♪
  • 3位 71票 | 9.09% | Yuka Uchida @ Minami-ke Tadaima

Group E2-3 Results:

  • 1位 341票 | 45.83% | Yoshino @ Date A Live
  • 2位 251票 | 33.74% | Haruka Amami @ The iDOLM@STER
  • 3位 152票 | 20.43% | Chitose Ikeda @ Yuru Yuri♪♪

Group F2-3 Results:

  • 1位 398票 | 49.26% | Nodoka Haramura @ Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A
  • 2位 345票 | 42.70% | Mikoto Misaka @ Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S
  • 3位 65票 | 8.04% | Mikasa Ackerman @ Shingeki no Kyojin

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Next Matchup(s) | Groups D・E・F, Day 4 – Round 2:

*Group D2-4

  • Misaki Shokuhou @ ï½¢Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S / とある科学の超電磁砲Sï½£
  • Arata Sagimori @ ï½¢Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A / å’²-Saki- 阿知賀編」
  • Saori Takebe @ ï½¢Girls und Panzer / ガールズ&パンツァー」
  • *Group E2-4

  • Honoka Kousaka @ ï½¢Love Live! / ラブライブ!ï½£
  • Himawari Furutani @ ï½¢Yuru Yuri♪♪ / ゆるゆり♪♪」
  • Shizuno Takakamo @ ï½¢Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side-A / å’²-Saki- 阿知賀編」
  • *Group F2-4

  • Nyaruko @ ï½¢Haiyore! Nyaruko-san W / 這いよれ! ニャル子さんWï½£
  • Maho Misawa @ ï½¢Ro-Kyu-Bu! / ロウきゅーぶ!ï½£
  • Suguha Kirigaya (Leafa) @ ï½¢Sword Art Online / ソードアート・オンライン」
  • *my picks: Misaki, Himawari, Nyaruko

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    Schedule:

    • 9/25~9/28 – Second Round (Groups D, E, F)
    • 9/29 – Break
    • 10/01~10/03 – Second Round (Groups G & H)
    • 10/04 – Break
    • 10/05~10/12 – Third Round (Groups A~H)
    • 10/13 – Break
    • 10/14~10/17 – Group Finals (A through H)
    • 10/18 – Break
    • 10/19 – Drawing for Losers Bracket
    • 10/20~10/23 – First Round (Losers Bracket)
    • 10/24 – Break
    • 10/25~10/28 – Second Round (Losers Bracket)
    • 10/29 – Break
    • 10/30~11/02 – Losers Bracket Finals
    • 11/03 – Break
    • 11/04 – Drawing for Final Tournament
    • 11/05 – Break
    • 11/06~11/13 – Round of 16
    • 11/14 – Break
    • 11/15~11/18 – Quarter-Finals
    • 11/19 – Break
    • 11/20~11/21 – Semi-Finals
    • 11/22 – Break
    • 11/23 – Grand Finals

    ***

    Saimoe ’13 Bracket:


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    4 thoughts on “ï½¢Saimoe ‘13ï½£ “Groups D・E・F – Day 3″ ~ Second Round Results”

    1. With Ro-kyu-bu and Railgun having their shows conclude yesterday and a double Yuru-Yuri ticket in play, the bouts took an interesting turn. Mokkan’s screentime was enough to net the Keishin point guard the victory over Kyouko, handing the genki doujinshi artist another disappointing early exit. Unless Kyouko gets a répéchage berth, she would be forced to finish as a candidate without ever show her full potential. Yoshino’s victory washes out the last remaining 765 idol from the main bracket. Idolmaster finishes this year at twelve total victories; they still can make it next year due to a movie and Puchimas. Chitose never had any real help from Kyouko’s day. The main match was also riddled with the usual fake votes, but Nodocchi is hungry for another quarterfinal round (or higher) and she shocks Mikoto out of a win despite the Railgun getting a boost from her season finale.
      The other level five esper in the bracket, Misaki, is also going to have a tough time manipulating her adversaries to falter. Though the Achiga members continue to prove to be stronger than their Kiyosumi counterparts, Arata is the weak link of the spinoff group, so the bowler needs to jump out to a big lead if she wants to avoid being eliminated by either of her opponents. Saori should try to close the gap and be the second straight Panzer girl to knock out an Achiga representative. Over in Block E, while Honoka tries to halt Love Live’s losing streak, Himawari has a good shot to upset Shizuno, but it looks like monkey magic will pull through thanks to Achiga synergy. In Block F’s last quarter, Nyaruko can possibly turn the tables on her team’s results from last year by making it to round three, Cthulko’s watermark, with “AhoMaho” likely the closer challenger.
      The girls of the moé JGSDF hope to cherish this opportunity to take the championship. Considering the preliminary statistics, only the main characters and fan-favorites are the ones that will get decent support, a lot weaker than the preseason expectations. Among the core Anglerfish team, captain Miho and loader/tank nut Yukari are the frontrunners overall and the pair that the contingent is pinning their hopes on. Radio operator Saori, driver Mako, and gunner Hana (the rest of Ankou in order) also form a clear tier above the rest of Oarai’s representatives, including the silent freshman Saki and the student council, who are lined up in the proper order of hierarchy (Anzu, Momo, Yuzu). The historians, volleyball players, mechanics, gamers, and the rest of the freshmen are on the weaker portion of the “domestic” side—all were already eliminated. The “foreign” division sees Black Forest Peak’s Maho leading Pravda’s Katyusha, St. Gloriana’s Darjeeling, Saunders’ Kay, and Anzio’s Anchovy (in that order) among the commanders. Their subordinates have Orange Pekoe ahead of Nonna, Erika, and Arisa. Next year, it’s likely that only the Panzer Five members are able to take berths.

    2. Two things I’m happy about here in order of happiness…

      1. Railgun didn’t win…. for once I can thank Saki fans.
      2. Tomoka won, yay.

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