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Taiga Aisaka ☆ ☆

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Information
Chinese 逢坂大河
Japanese 逢坂大河, Aisaka Taiga
Korean 아이사카 타이가
Other names Palmtop Tiger / Tenori Taiga
Anime Toradora!
Anime Debut Fall 2008
Voiced by Rie Kugimiya Jp
Cassandra Lee Morris Us
Status Salt of Famer
Best Results
Isml logo ISML Main: Semi-finals / 4th (2012)
Ranime logo Best Girl Quarter-finals (BG2, seed 10)
J-Saimoe ☆ Champion (2009)
K. Best Moe ☆ Champion (2009)
ISML record
Main Tournament 2009: LB Rd 3 (7th)
2010: LB Rd 3 (6th)
2011: QF (5th)
2013: R16 (11th)
2014: QF (6th)
2015: RS (Ste. 17th)
2016: R16 Groups
2017: QF (11th)
2018: RS
2019: RS
2020:
2021:
Necklaces 2 Necklaces Topaz small Emerald small
Topaz (2010)
Emerald (2011)
r/anime contest record
Best Girl BG1: R16 (seed 5)
BG2:
BG3: R32 (seed 30)
BG4: R32 (seed 7)
BG5: R64 (seed 22)
BG6: R32 (seed 69)
BG7: R64 (seed 41)
BG8:
BG9:
BG10:
Best Character BCh1:
BCh2:
BCh3:
BCh4:
BCh5:
Defunct Majors Record
J-Saimoe 2012: Rd 2
K. Best Moe 2012: QF
Other Contest Wins
Exists

Taiga Aisaka is the main female protagonist and the titular "Tiger" of Yuyuko Takemiya's light novel Toradora! (also known as TIGER x DRAGON! in China) and its anime adaptation by J.C. Staff.

Taiga hails from a distinguished anime archetype known as "Shana Clones", among which of their characteristics include thigh-highs, long hair, short statures, flat chest, and most of all, being a tsundere archetype, which is more often than not, voiced by the queen of tsunderes herself, Rie Kugimiya.

The Palmtop Tiger is one of only few girls to win two or more major tournaments, and is the second girl to win both Anime Saimoe Tournament and Korea Best Moe Tournament in the same year (2009, after Suiseiseki did it in 2006).

Unlike other Shana clones, Taiga is a consistently strong competitor despite NOT receiving a new anime adaptation for many years. She even managed to make deep runs in the early years of ISML and Best Girl Contest, garnering fourth place in the former and quarter-finals in the latter. Today, she is slowly getting replaced by a new generation of more powerful girls, but still shows signs of life every now and then, pulling off upsets as long as she still competes.



Match HistoryEdit

Anime Saimoe TournamentEdit

2009Edit

2012Edit

Korea Best Moe TournamentEdit

2009Edit

2012Edit

International Saimoe LeagueEdit

2009Edit

  • Regular season icon 10th (52-0-0-11)

2010Edit

2011Edit

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  • Regular season icon 7th (43-0-6)

2012Edit

  • Regular season icon Stellla 3rd (33-0-2)

2013Edit

  • Regular season icon Stella 4th (32-0-3)

2014Edit


GalleryEdit

Portraits


Honours


External LinksEdit

Beware of spoilers.

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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