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{{Girltemplate2014below|image1 = Sakura_kinomoto_profile.png|caption1 = ISML Profile Picture|chinese = 木之本桜|japanese = 木之本桜, ''Kinomoto Sakura''|korean = 키노모토 사쿠라|alias(es) = Sakura Avalon (American localization name)|anime = Cardcaptor Sakura|anime_debut = Spring 1998|voiced_by = Sakura Tange|isml = Round of 16 (2018)|bmoe = '''Champion (2018)'''|kbm = Top 16 (2009)|ast = '''Champion (2002)'''|isml_other = '''2008:''' ''Stuck in groups'' (27th)
|name = Sakura Kinomoto
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|image = Image:sakura_kinomoto_profile.png
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'''2009:''' ''Stuck in groups'' (31st)
|kanji = 木之本 桜
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|korean = 키노모토 사쿠라
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'''2019:''' Emerald (xxth)
|nickname = Sakura Avalon
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|gender =
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|anime = [[w:c:CCS:Cardcaptor Sakura|Cardcaptor Sakura]]
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'''Consolations:'''
|ast = 2002 (Winner)
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|kbm = 2008 (T64), 2009 (T16)
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'''2010:''' Topaz Earrings
|isml = 2008 (27th), 2009 (31st)
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|seiyuu = Sakura Tange
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'''2011:''' Divine Circlet|korea_best_moe = '''2008:''' Top 64}}'''Sakura Kinomoto''' is the main protagonist and the title character of the manga and anime series '''Cardcaptor Sakura '''and its 2018 sequel'' Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card. ''
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Since winning the very first saimoe tournament in 2002, the Cardcaptor's performances has been generally lackluster ever since, that is, until ''Clear Card'''s anime aired in 2018. The sequel series put her back on the radar once again, and the resulting resurgence in popularity enabled Sakura to win her second major title''' '''after 16 years''': Bilibili Moe 2018''', slaying multiple Fate girls in the process.
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Today, the Cardcaptor holds a moderate presence in ISML, and is little-known in the contests of r/anime.
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==Match History==
 
==Match History==
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====2008====
 
====2008====
* {{rs}} 27th (38-0-25) {{hide|
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* {{rs}} 27th (38-0-25){{hide|
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Alice Carroll]] ('''296'''-152)
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Alice Carroll]] ('''296'''-152)
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Aruruu]] ('''320'''-128)
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Aruruu]] ('''320'''-128)
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====2009====
 
====2009====
* {{rs}} 31st (34-0-0-29) {{hide|
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* {{rs}} 31st (34-0-0-29){{hide|
 
* [[Taiga Aisaka]] > Sakura Kinomoto (1406-'''1356''')
 
* [[Taiga Aisaka]] > Sakura Kinomoto (1406-'''1356''')
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Alice Carroll]] ('''1561'''-975)
 
* Sakura Kinomoto > [[Alice Carroll]] ('''1561'''-975)

Revision as of 03:08, April 7, 2020

Sakura Kinomoto is the main protagonist and the title character of the manga and anime series Cardcaptor Sakura and its 2018 sequel Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card.

Since winning the very first saimoe tournament in 2002, the Cardcaptor's performances has been generally lackluster ever since, that is, until Clear Card's anime aired in 2018. The sequel series put her back on the radar once again, and the resulting resurgence in popularity enabled Sakura to win her second major title after 16 years: Bilibili Moe 2018, slaying multiple Fate girls in the process.

Today, the Cardcaptor holds a moderate presence in ISML, and is little-known in the contests of r/anime.



Match History

Anime Saimoe Tournament

2002

Korea Best Moe Tournament

2008

2009

International Saimoe League

2008

  • Regular season icon 27th (38-0-25)

2009

  • Regular season icon 31st (34-0-0-29)

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