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{{Girltemplate2014below|title1 = Violet Evergarden ★|image1 = violet portrait.jpg|caption1 = Violet as depicted in the anime|chinese = 薇尔莉特·伊芙加登|japanese = ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン|korean = 바이올렛 에버가든|alias(es) = The Weapon|anime = Violet Evergarden|anime_debut = Winter 2018|voiced_by = Yui Ishikawa|best_girl = '''Best Girl:'''
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{{female infobox|title1 = Violet Evergarden ★|image1 = violet portrait.jpg|caption1 = Violet as depicted in the anime|chinese = 薇尔莉特·伊芙加登|japanese = ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン|korean = 바이올렛 에버가든|alias(es) = The Weapon|anime = Violet Evergarden|anime_debut = Winter 2018|voiced_by = Yui Ishikawa|best_girl = [[Best Girl Contest|'''Best Girl:''']]
   
Round of 16 (BG6)|isml = '''Main Tournament:'''
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Round of 16 [[Best Girl 6|(BG6, seed 15)]]|isml = '''Main Tournament:'''
   
★ '''Champion (2019)'''
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★ '''Champion''' [[ISML 2019|(2019)]]
   
   
 
'''Tournament of Champions:'''
 
'''Tournament of Champions:'''
   
???|bmoe = Fourth place (2018)|best_girl_/_character = '''Seasonal Salt'''
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???|bmoe = Fourth place [[Bilibili Moe 2018 - Japanese Animation|(2018)]]|best_girl_/_character = [[Seasonal Salt|'''Seasonal Salt''']]
   
 
'''Winter 2018:''' Semi-finals
 
'''Winter 2018:''' Semi-finals
   
'''Best Girl of 2018:''' Semi-finals|isml_other = '''Necklaces'''
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'''Best Girl of 2018:''' Semi-finals|isml_other = [[Necklace|'''Necklaces''']]
   
'''2019:''' Aquamarine
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[[ISML 2019|'''2019:''']] Aquamarine
   
   
'''Seasonal:'''
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[[Seasonal Diadem|'''Seasonal:''']]
   
'''2018:''' Winter Diadem, Overall Seasonal Champion
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[[ISML 2018|'''2018:''']] Winter Diadem, Overall Seasonal Champion
   
 
}}'''Violet Evergarden '''is the main protagonist and the eponymous title character of Kana Akatsuki's light novel and its anime adaptation by Kyoto Animation.
 
}}'''Violet Evergarden '''is the main protagonist and the eponymous title character of Kana Akatsuki's light novel and its anime adaptation by Kyoto Animation.
   
Kyoto Animation's creative talent is responsible for much of Violet's strengths. The first thing the audience sees are the incredibly detailed and beautiful visuals of the anime. Some of the episodes are anime-original, which serves to futher develop her character arc. Both the anime and the character have received positive receptions from critics and audiences alike. Since her anime debut at 2018, Violet came to be known as an all-around player, having many vocal supporters all around the world, but her greatest strength comes form the support of the Chinese fanbase.
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Blessed by the creative staff at KyoAni, Violet Evergarden (both the show and the character) garnered positive reception from critics and audiences alike. Since her anime debut in Winter 2018, Violet came to be known as an all-around player, having many vocal supporters all around the world, but her greatest strength comes from the support of the '''Chinese''' fanbase.
   
Violet's first major tournament happened in China, where she is one of the favorites to win [[Bilibili Moe 2018 - Japanese Animation|Bilibili Moe 2018]]. Her tournament run ended when she lost to '''Nero''' in the semi-finals, narrowly losing to the Fate character by two thousand votes despite significantly leading in ''true-love ticket''s (which are worth 2 votes each and can only be used once). She then lost the playoff to [[Rin Tohsaka|Rin]], finishing the tournament in '''fourth place'''.
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Violet is the most successful girl debuting in [[ISML 2018|2018]], winning [[ISML]]'s [[Seasonal Diadem|Winter Diadem]] and the overall seasonal championship. Not content with this success, she took it one step further by winning the Aquamarine [[necklace]] and the '''Heavenly Tiara''' in [[ISML 2019|next year's tournament.]]
   
Meanwhile in r/anime, she made her debut in the 2018 Winter edition of the '''Seasonal Salt''' contests, where she stood in the shadow of [[Zero Two]] from ''Darling in the FranXX''. The same result came in the '''Best Girl of 2018''' contest, losing to the klaxosaur girl in the semi-finals. However, when the actual [[AnimeBracket|''' Best Girl Contest '''came]] in 2019, Violet got the highest seed among the debutants (#15) and also got the farthest among them: she lost in the round of 16 to r/anime powerhouse and #2 seed [[Aqua]] from ''Konosuba''.
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Elsewhere, she secured a '''fourth-place''' finish in China's [[Bilibili Moe]] in [[Bilibili Moe 2018 - Japanese Animation|2018,]] and was the most successful debutant in the [[Best Girl 6|sixth edition]] of r/anime's [[Best Girl Contest]], reaching the '''round of 16''' as a 15th seed.
   
It wouldn't take long for Violet to win a major title however, as she had shown signs of promise to win [[ISML]] by winning the '''2018 Winter Diadem''' and taking the '''"best girl of the year"''' title away from [[Mai Sakurajima|Mai]]. When the actual tournament began in [[ISML 2019|2019]], she immediately won the first [[necklace ]]round and finished a respectable 3rd place in the '''regular season'''.
 
   
The playoffs were a different beast altogether, but Violet's military experience allowed her to adapt to the single-elimination format. Every single match was fought tooth-and-nail. She denied [[Mai Sakurajima|Mai]] once more in their rematch in the '''semi-final''' by a margin of ''168 votes'', and her rematch against [[Rin Tohsaka|Rin]] in the '''grand finals''' didn't disappoint either-- Violet got her revenge by winning the '''Heavenly Tiara''' by ''173 votes'', and denied Rin what could have been the most dominant playoff runs in ISML history.
 
   
Violet is the third KyoAni girl to win ISML after [[Mio Akiyama ]]([[ISML 2010|2010]]) and [[Eru Chitanda]] ([[ISML 2015|2015]]),  putting the studio on par with J.C. Staff in terms of Tiaras won.  ''(J.C. Staff won three titles with [[Mikoto Misaka|Mikoto]] in [[ISML 2011|2011]],[[Ruri Gokou| Kuroneko]] in [[ISML 2013|2013]], and [[Shana]] in [[ISML 2016|2016]].)''
 
   
   
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==Contest History==
   
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Kyoto Animation's creative talent is responsible for much of Violet's strengths. The first thing the audience sees are the incredibly detailed and beautiful visuals of the anime. Some of the episodes are anime-original, which serves to futher develop her character arc.
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Violet's first major tournament happened in China, where she is one of the favorites to win [[Bilibili Moe 2018 - Japanese Animation|Bilibili Moe 2018]]. Her tournament run ended when she lost to '''Nero''' in the semi-finals, narrowly losing to the Fate character by two thousand votes despite significantly leading in ''true-love ticket''s (which are worth 2 votes each and can only be used once). She then lost the playoff to [[Rin Tohsaka|Rin]], finishing the tournament in '''fourth place'''.
   
==Moe Traits ==
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Meanwhile in r/anime, she made her debut in the 2018 Winter edition of the '''Seasonal Salt''' contests, where she stood in the shadow of [[Zero Two]] from ''Darling in the FranXX''. The same result came in the '''Best Girl of 2018''' contest, losing to the klaxosaur girl in the semi-finals. However, when the actual [[AnimeBracket|''' Best Girl Contest '''came]] in 2019, Violet got the highest seed among the debutants (#15) and also got the farthest among them: she lost in the round of 16 to r/anime powerhouse and #2 seed [[Aqua]] from ''Konosuba''.
 
 
   
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It wouldn't take long for Violet to win a major title however, as she had shown signs of promise to win [[ISML]] by winning the '''2018 Winter Diadem''' and taking the '''"best girl of the year"''' title away from [[Mai Sakurajima|Mai]]. When the actual tournament began in [[ISML 2019|2019]], she immediately won the first [[necklace ]]round and finished a respectable 3rd place in the '''regular season'''.
   
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The playoffs were a different beast altogether, but Violet's military experience allowed her to adapt to the single-elimination format. Every single match was fought tooth-and-nail. She denied [[Mai Sakurajima|Mai]] once more in their rematch in the '''semi-final''' by a margin of ''168 votes'', and her rematch against [[Rin Tohsaka|Rin]] in the '''grand finals''' didn't disappoint either-- Violet got her revenge by winning the '''Heavenly Tiara''' by ''173 votes'', and denied Rin what could have been the most dominant playoff runs in ISML history.
   
==Match History  ==
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Violet is the third KyoAni girl to win ISML after [[Mio Akiyama ]]([[ISML 2010|2010]]) and [[Eru Chitanda]] ([[ISML 2015|2015]]), putting the studio on par with J.C. Staff in terms of Tiaras won. ''(J.C. Staff won three titles with [[Mikoto Misaka|Mikoto]] in [[ISML 2011|2011]],[[Ruri Gokou| Kuroneko]] in [[ISML 2013|2013]], and [[Shana]] in [[ISML 2016|2016]].)''
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[[ISML 2019'''ISML 2019''']]
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*'''Diamond 1: '''Win vs [[Iroha Isshiki]], '''10294''' - 9282
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[[ISML 2018|'''2018:''']]
*'''Diamond 2: '''Win vs Kanna Kamui, '''9976''' - 8256
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*'''Diamond 3: '''Win vs [[Asuna Yuuki]], '''12249''' - 9932
 
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*'''R16: '''Win vs (14) Shouko Nishimiya, '''11748''' - 10052
 
*'''R16: '''Win vs (14) Shouko Nishimiya, '''11748''' - 10052
 
*'''QF: '''Win vs (6) Kurumi Tokisaki, '''11946''' - 11520
 
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*'''R64: '''Win vs (50) Krista Lenz,
 
*'''R32: '''Win vs (18) [[Yui Hirasawa]],
 
*'''R16: <u>Loss </u>'''vs (2) Aqua,
 
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Revision as of 03:32, May 15, 2020

Violet Evergarden is the main protagonist and the eponymous title character of Kana Akatsuki's light novel and its anime adaptation by Kyoto Animation.

Blessed by the creative staff at KyoAni, Violet Evergarden (both the show and the character) garnered positive reception from critics and audiences alike. Since her anime debut in Winter 2018, Violet came to be known as an all-around player, having many vocal supporters all around the world, but her greatest strength comes from the support of the Chinese fanbase.

Violet is the most successful girl debuting in 2018, winning ISML's Winter Diadem and the overall seasonal championship. Not content with this success, she took it one step further by winning the Aquamarine necklace and the Heavenly Tiara in next year's tournament.

Elsewhere, she secured a fourth-place finish in China's Bilibili Moe in 2018, and was the most successful debutant in the sixth edition of r/anime's Best Girl Contest, reaching the round of 16 as a 15th seed.





Contest History

Kyoto Animation's creative talent is responsible for much of Violet's strengths. The first thing the audience sees are the incredibly detailed and beautiful visuals of the anime. Some of the episodes are anime-original, which serves to futher develop her character arc. Violet's first major tournament happened in China, where she is one of the favorites to win Bilibili Moe 2018. Her tournament run ended when she lost to Nero in the semi-finals, narrowly losing to the Fate character by two thousand votes despite significantly leading in true-love tickets (which are worth 2 votes each and can only be used once). She then lost the playoff to Rin, finishing the tournament in fourth place.

Meanwhile in r/anime, she made her debut in the 2018 Winter edition of the Seasonal Salt contests, where she stood in the shadow of Zero Two from Darling in the FranXX. The same result came in the Best Girl of 2018 contest, losing to the klaxosaur girl in the semi-finals. However, when the actual Best Girl Contest came in 2019, Violet got the highest seed among the debutants (#15) and also got the farthest among them: she lost in the round of 16 to r/anime powerhouse and #2 seed Aqua from Konosuba.

It wouldn't take long for Violet to win a major title however, as she had shown signs of promise to win ISML by winning the 2018 Winter Diadem and taking the "best girl of the year" title away from Mai. When the actual tournament began in 2019, she immediately won the first necklace round and finished a respectable 3rd place in the regular season.

The playoffs were a different beast altogether, but Violet's military experience allowed her to adapt to the single-elimination format. Every single match was fought tooth-and-nail. She denied Mai once more in their rematch in the semi-final by a margin of 168 votes, and her rematch against Rin in the grand finals didn't disappoint either-- Violet got her revenge by winning the Heavenly Tiara by 173 votes, and denied Rin what could have been the most dominant playoff runs in ISML history.

Violet is the third KyoAni girl to win ISML after Mio Akiyama (2010) and Eru Chitanda (2015), putting the studio on par with J.C. Staff in terms of Tiaras won. (J.C. Staff won three titles with Mikoto in 2011, Kuroneko in 2013, and Shana in 2016.)



International Saimoe League

ISML 2019'''ISML 2019'''

2018: Playoffs (seed 3)

  • R16: Win vs (14) Shouko Nishimiya, 11748 - 10052
  • QF: Win vs (6) Kurumi Tokisaki, 11946 - 11520
  • SF: Win vs (2) Mai Sakurajima, 10410 - 10242  (168 votes difference!)
  • Final: Win vs (4) Rin Tohsaka, 13329 - 13156  (173 votes difference!)


Best Girl Contest

2018:

Bilibili Moe

2018 Edition

Group Stages

  • ????

Final Bracket

  • R32: Win vs Narberal Gamma, ?????
  • R16: Win vs Kurisu Makise, ?????
  • QF: Win vs Umaru Doma, 136273 - 110530  (2415-2482 TL Votes)
  • SF: Loss vs Nero Claudius (Saber Extra), 173627 - 175459  (16254-7522 TL Votes)
  • '3rd place match: ' Lost vs Rin Tohsaka, ?????


Gallery

External Links

2018:

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