「Saimoe ‘13」 Quarterfinals III – Kyouko T. vs Watashi

Winner: Watashi.

Quarterfinals III – Results:

  • 1位 146票 Watashi @ Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita
  • 2位 100票 Kyouko Toshinou @ Yuru Yuri♪♪

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Next Round | Quarterfinals IV:

*my pick: Mami
*my prediction: Mami

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Schedule:

  • 11/15~11/18 – Quarter-Finals
  • 11/19 – Break
  • 11/20~11/21 – Semi-Finals
  • 11/22 – Break
  • 11/23 – Grand Finals

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Saimoe “Final” Bracket: (courtesy of Aya Reiko)


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4 thoughts on “「Saimoe ‘13」 Quarterfinals III – Kyouko T. vs Watashi”

  1. I’m surprised about the result, as far as I could tell when that anime with Watashi was airing nobody really talked about it.

    Edit: Well, unless they were talking about the weird elf people, but that was only for the first two weeks then word of it was pretty much null.

  2. While I’ll admit Madoka was a better show in general than Jintai, I firmly believe that Watashi is one of the best characters, ever.

  3. Again, meager vote totals pretty much make the tournament’s organization look bad. Maybe the voters have gotten exhausted because of the longer timeframe, or they saw Kuroneko as the last beacon of the resistance for support. Considering how far “Watashi” has gotten with the fact that she wasn’t from a popular show, her journey should be held in as high regards as to Kuroneko’s, but the vote amounts sure don’t seem that way. The mediator advances to be the only semifinalist who isn’t a Puella Magi. This defeat marks the end of the line for Yuru-Yuri, one of the bigger factions from the last two years who was able to increase their strength thanks to their second season. The cast takes their curtain call upon yesterday’s conclusion.
    http://i.imgur.com/KimI4.gif
    Final tallies indicate twenty wins over two years for the Nagamori delegates coming from eight (out of twelve) different candidates, with Chinatsu being the only one of the nine main characters winless.
    Two years ago on September 30, the two Puellae Magi in today’s duel fought together in the second round (to help defeat team Raildex, the biggest faction back then) in the first time that any two of them were fighting in unison. Now the gunner and the swordsman must duel each other to determine the last of the Final Four. The duel will ebb and flow between close-range and wide-range combat. Every victory Mami has will extend the overall Saimoé record for victories, and as the favored fighter in the duel, she certainly has the strength in both real combat and in votes. The yellow musketeer can’t get too headstrong though since Sayaka had hidden her strength well, and the latter is eager to prove her worth in surpassing the current champion in popularity.
    If the PMMM fans want another of their representatives to win it all, then this would be the best time for Sayaka to knock out her mentor. If indeed only a Puella Magi can beat another, as seen two years ago, then the blue paladin needs to get over the hurdle that stumbled her then (by falling to her best friend) and eliminate Mami. It may be too much to ask for though, considering it’s the weakest against the strongest, but as fans of Sayaka are quick to point out, miracles and magic do exist.
    My pick is for Sayaka to end Mami’s streak, but my prediction is for the musketeer to eliminate the paladin.

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