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Ruri Gokou, also known by her alias Kuroneko, is a primary character featured in the Oreimo light novel series, authored by Tsukasa Fushimi with illustrations by Hiro Kanzaki, and animated by J.C. Staff.

Kuroneko emerged as Oreimo's pre-eminent representative, and was part of the group of females that dominated the Nova / Stella era of the International Saimoe League. She enjoyed the most success in the contest from 2011 to 2013, winning a necklace in each year, and appeared in the semi-finals twice before winning the championship in 2013.

Ruri's biggest ISML rival is Kanade Tachibana, a fellow Kana Hanazawa-voiced character. The pair have met each other five times in the postseason: two division finals, two knockout matches, and a third place match. The Angel has won all of them except one --- the 2013 final, which saw Kuroneko win the Heavenly Tiara and deny Kanade her second straight championship in the process.

In 2channel's J-Saimoe contest, Ruri managed to reach the quarter-finals twice in 2011 and 2013, however, Madoka Magica's dominance led to her eliminations in both editions.


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Match History[]

Anime Saimoe Tournament[]

2011[]

2013[]

2014[]

Korea Best Moe Tournament[]

2011[]

International Saimoe League[]

2011[]

  • Sapphire
  • Other Necklace Match
  • Regular season icon.png 6th (44-0-5)

2012[]

  • Amethyst
  • Regular season icon.png Nova 3rd (33-0-2)

2013[]

  • Regular season icon.png Stella 1st (35-0-0)
  • Amethyst
  • Other Necklace Match

2014[]


Poster gallery[]



Honours[]

Total Wins = 4 (ISML Heavenly Tiara)

  1. ISML 2013 Heavenly Tiara ★
  2. 2011 KXTP (lit. Polaroid) Moe [1]
  3. 2011 Japanator Saimoe [2]
  4. 2012 Baidu @HeizhangZhiba(lit. Dark, Deep & Straightforward) Moe [3]


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International Saimoe League Champions
Heavenly Tiara
Fate Testarossa Fate TestarossaHinagiku Katsura Hinagiku KatsuraMio kon.png Mio AkiyamaMikoto.png Mikoto MisakaKanade.png Kanade TachibanaRuri Gokou Ruri GokouKotori Itsuka Kotori ItsukaEru.png Eru ChitandaShana.png ShanaMegumi Katou Megumi KatouRem.png RemViolet.png Violet EvergardenYukino.png Yukino YukinoshitaElaina.png Elaina • 2022
Lapis Scepter
Lelouch.png Lelouch vi BritanniaExKirito.png Kazuto KirigayaExHoutarou.png Houtarou OrekiExHideyoshi.png Hideyoshi KinoshitaExAccel.png AcceleratorSora.png SoraKoro.png Koro-sensei8man.png Hachiman HikigayaRimuru.png Rimuru TempestMiyuki shirogane.png Miyuki ShiroganeSakuta.png Sakuta Azusagawa • 2022
Ex - Exhibition tournament: Counted as official winners, but not recognized on the ISML website's main page
ISML Necklace Winners
First year of necklace win only. Circlets from 2012-2015 included (if applicable).
2008 Shana.png ShanaSetsuna s.png Setsuna S.Kagami.png KagamiKyou.png KyouHaruhi.png Haruhi
2009 Tomoyo.png Tomoyo S.Yuki n.png Yuki N.Suigintou.png SuigintouSuiseiseki.png SuiseisekiHinagiku1.png HinagikuShinku.png Shinku
2010 Mio kon.png MioTaiga.png TaigaMikoto.png Mikoto
2011 Kanade.png KanadeRuri Gokou RuriEwood.png Hellscythe
2012 No new winners.
2013 Mashiro.png MashiroRikka chuuni.png RikkaAsuna.png Asuna
2014 Kyh.png Kuroyukihime
2015 Yukino.png YukinoKosaki.png KosakiChitoge.png ChitogeChiyo s.png ChiyoAyase.png Ayase
2016 Nao.png NaoRin tohsaka.png TohsakaSaber.png SaberKurisu.png Kurisu
2017 Rem.png RemEmilia.png EmiliaMegumi k.png Katou
2018 Chtholly.png ChthollyAzusa n.png AzunyanKanna.png Kanna
2019 Violet.png VioletSagiri.png SagiriKurumi.png KurumiMaisan.png Mai-san
2020 Kaguya.png Kaguya
2021 Elaina.png Elaina
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