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Eru Chitanda ★

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Chitanda eru

Information
Chinese 千反田爱瑠
Japanese 千反田える, Chitanda Eru
Korean 치탄다 에루
Other names Chi-chan, Chitandael
Anime Hyouka
Part of the Koten-bu (lit. "Classic Literature Club") series
Anime Debut Spring 2012
Voiced by Satomi Satou Jp
Madeleine Morris Us
Best Results
Isml logo ISML Main: ★ Champion (2015)
ToC: Champion (2020)
Ranime logo Best Girl Quarter-finals (BG3, seed 9)
J-Saimoe Round 4 (2013)
K. Best Moe Semi-finals (2012)
ISML record
Main Tournament 2013: Nova Playoffs (N-9th)
2014: Nova Playoffs (N-9th)
Tournament of Champions 2016: ???
2017: ???
2018: ???
2019: Groups (4th)
2021: ???
2022: ???
2023: ???
Seasonal Spring 2012: Runner-up
r/anime contest record
Best Girl BG1: R64 (seed 25)
BG2: R32 (seed 35)
BG4: R16 (seed 47)
BG5: R64 (seed 53)
BG6: R32 (seed 90)
BG7: R128 (seed 45)
BG8:
BG9:
BG10:
Best Character BCh1:
BCh2:
BCh3:
BCh4:
BCh5:
Defunct Majors Record
J-Saimoe 2012: Rd 2
Other Contest Wins
Exists

Eru Chitanda is one of the main protagonists in Honobu Yonezawa's novel Hyouka and its anime adaptation by the studio Kyoto Animation.

Kyoto Animation does what it does best: making cute girls with incredibly big, detailed eyes. And Chitanda's eyes are one of the most prominent examples of it. Her apperarance has been blessed by the creative talent at KyoAni, and she puts it to good use by winning the 2015 International Saimoe League, making her the second KyoAni girl to achieve this feat.  This remarkable achievement is notable for being a dark horse victory, with her being one of the few ISML winners who have never won a necklace.

Meanwhile, in  r/anime's Best Girl Contest, Chitanda has established yet another dark-horse reputation as well. She is a middle-tier contender who constantly occupies double-digit seeds, and always manages to get at least Round 4 in all of her appearances. Her best performance came in Best Girl 3 (2016), where she attained her highest seed so far (#9), and reached the quarter-finals before losing to the top seed Senjougahara.   Eru also shares an inexplicable "rivalry" with Attack on Titan representative Mikasa Ackerman, with the two of them meeting three times (BG1, BG3, and BG4), the former losing the first and winning the other two.



Match HistoryEdit

Anime Saimoe TournamentEdit

2012Edit

2013Edit

Korea Best Moe TournamentEdit

2012Edit

International Saimoe LeagueEdit

2013Edit

  • Regular season icon Nova 9th (27-0-8)
  • Postseason Phase 1 Nova Division

2014Edit

  • Round 1 icon Nova 7th (29-0-6)

Other Smaller TournamentsEdit

SenpuuSociety European SaimoeEdit

2012Edit

2013Edit

The Great AwwnimeEdit

2013Edit






Female Major Champions
ISML ★ 2008: Fate testarossa Fate Testarossa · 2009: Hinagiku1 Hinagiku Katsura · 2010: Mio kon Mio Akiyama · 2011: Mikoto Mikoto Misaka · 2012: Kanade Kanade Tachibana · 2013: Ruri Ruri Gokou · 2014: Kotori dal Kotori Itsuka · 2015: Eru Eru Chitanda · 2016: Shana Shana · 2017: Megumi katou Megumi Katou · 2018: Rem Rem · 2019: Violet Violet Evergarden · 2020: ???
AnimeBracket Best Girl ★ BG1: Kurisu Kurisu Makise · BG2: Yukino Yukino Yukinoshita · BG3: Mikoto Mikoto Misaka · BG4: Rin tohsaka Rin Tohsaka · BG5: Rem Rem · BG6: Asuna Asuna Yuuki · BG7: Kaguya Kaguya Shinomiya · BG8:
Best Char. ☆ ‡ BCh2: Hitagi Hitagi Senjougahara · BCh3: Shinobu Shinobu Oshino
Bilibili Moe † Japan ★ 2015: Saber Saber · 2016: Rem Rem · 2017: Mash Mash Kyrielight · 2018: Cardcaptor Sakura Kinomoto
China ★ 2016: Tushan susu Tushan Susu · 2017: Su mucheng Su Mucheng · 2018: Kagura onmyoji Kagura (Onmyoji)
Anime Saimoe ☆ † 2002: Cardcaptor Sakura Kinomoto · 2003: Riku harada Riku Harada · 2004: Rosemary Rosemary Applefield · 2005: Nanoha Nanoha Takamachi · 2006: Suiseiseki Suiseiseki · 2007: Rika furude Rika Furude · 2008: Kagami hiiragi Kagami Hiiragi · 2009: Taiga Taiga Aisaka · 2010: Azusa nakano Azusa Nakano · 2011: Mami Mami Tomoe · 2012: Toki onjouji Toki Onjouji · 2013: Madoka Madoka Kaname · 2014: Nodoka saki Nodoka Haramura + Saki Saki Miyanaga (co-winners)
Korea Best Moe ☆ † 2006: Suiseiseki Suiseiseki · 2007: Hinagiku1 Hinagiku Katsura · 2008: Holo Holo · 2009: Taiga Taiga Aisaka · 2010: Mio kon Mio Akiyama · 2011: Homura Homura Akemi · 2012: Hitagi Hitagi Senjougahara
Legend: Defunct, Hiatus / Unknown fate
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