Saimoe 09 – R2 Blocks C/D

September 6, 2009 at 10:00 am 12 comments


There’s a dark horse out there waiting to strike…


Takei Hisa (Saki)
Louise Francoise le Blanc de la Valliere (Zero no Tsukaima)
Sakamoto Mio (Strike Witches)

Saki vs Strike Witches: Part 1. Hisa has had great vote counts and beat a witch already.

Vote: Hisa
Prediction: Hisa
Winner: Louise



Sonozaki Mion (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni)
Tsuruya-san (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu)
Kyon’s Sister (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu)

There’ll be split votes and Mion will edge out a win with the backing of Higurashi supporters.

Vote: Kyon’s Sister
Prediction: Mion
Winner: Mion



Nogizaka Mika (Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu)
Fujibayashi Kyou (Clannad)
Konoe Konoka (Negima)

Mika and Konoka both scored impressive victories in the previous round, but Kyou is totally different.

Vote: Konoka
Prediction: Kyou
Winner: Kyou



Kamigaki Megumi (Saki)
Ichinose Kotomi (Clannad)
Touyoko Momoko (Saki)

No need to grin, Stealth Momo has this one in the bag.

Vote: Momoko
Prediction: Momoko
Winner: Momoko



Karin (Koihime Musou)
Tsukuyomi Komoe (To Aru Majutsu no Index)
Ein (Phantom)

I still believe Ein’s numbers were inflated from being on the same day as Koromo and Hanyuu.

Vote: Komoe
Prediction: Komoe
Winner: Komoe



Alicia Melchiott (Valkyria Chronicles)
Aisha (Koihime Musou)
Hinamori Amu (Shugo Chara!)

Cool and spicy is better than girls with weapons!

Vote: Amu
Prediction: Amu
Winner: Amu



Erica Hartmann (Strike Witches)
Aizawa Sakuya (Hayate no Gotoku!!)
Amae Koromo (Saki)

Saki vs Strike Witches: Part 2, with interference from Hayate. The Koromo had a tougher match in the first round, this should be a easy win for her.

Vote: Koromo
Prediction: Koromo
Winner: Koromo



Hayama Mizuki (ef)
Furukawa Sanae (Clannad)
Hanyuu (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni)

Oyashiro-sama isn’t weak to bread, only sake.

Vote: Hanyuu
Prediction: Hanyuu
Winner: Hanyuu


Entry filed under: Saimoe 2009.

Here We Go Again… Saimoe 09 – R2 Blocks E/F

12 Comments Add your own

  • 1. uis  |  September 6, 2009 at 11:04 am

    Nice Micchi… more MOMO!!!!

  • 2. Saiko  |  September 6, 2009 at 12:06 pm

    Go Konoka! pull out the WIN.

  • 3. Micchi  |  September 7, 2009 at 12:48 am

    @uis: I’ve liked Momo more and more recently XD

    @Saiko: Yaaa~! Go Konoka-ojousama!!!

  • 4. akani  |  September 7, 2009 at 2:42 am

    I’ve actually started watching Saki, it’s pretty interesting even though I have no idea how to play Japanese mahjong. Koromo is cute.

    • 5. Micchi  |  September 7, 2009 at 2:54 am

      Well, all you really need to know about riichi (Japanese) mahjong is that the point is to win by being the first to construct a hand with a pair plus 4 sequences of three. Of course, there’s lots of limitations and hand exceptions, and scoring is kind of confusing, but if you know that much, you can kind of understand what they’re doing.

  • 6. Kanae (JapaneseCultureMoe)  |  September 8, 2009 at 4:47 am

    Hello, I was amazed to find your this blog. (´∀`*

    This is the second time to see this kind of blog
    written in English. (first time was Roth’s. ww)
    I envy your contribution to spread Moe, hahaha.


  • 7. Kanae (JapaneseCultureMoe)  |  September 8, 2009 at 4:52 am




    • 8. Micchi  |  September 9, 2009 at 5:10 pm

      いえいえ、Rothさんと同じく情報を訳してるだけで別に大きい貢献じゃないと思うw Kanaeさんのサイトできれいな写真がいっぱいで、見ただけで京都に行きたい感じが出てきた!

  • 9. kevo  |  September 9, 2009 at 2:33 am

    The Saki base is so strong, even minor characters are pulling off good wins. This is a strong indication that the base is active and its power characters will dig deep into the tournament.

    Comparatively, K-ON has an extremely scattered foundation, with Mio and Mugi upset and Ritsu pulling off a rather sloppy win (though she was up against a vastly underrated Saki Kajima from a powerful Hayate base). It wouldn’t surprise me to see a K-ON character go deep into the bracket, but Saki has the potential to send multiple contenders to the top 16.

    And don’t sleep on that Hayate faction. Nagi and Hina look better than ever and group H will be absolutely livid in a few weeks when Nagi challenges the “Saki bracket”

    • 10. Micchi  |  September 9, 2009 at 4:06 pm

      Indeed Saki has cemented itself as the series to beat, although Hayate has also been quite impressive (Clannad too actually).

      I’m hoping that Rena will catch people off guard in block H. Heh.

  • 11. Saiko  |  September 9, 2009 at 11:51 am

    A moment of silence for Konoka Ojou-sama………..
    ….alright, GO HANYUU!

    on a side note, Stealth Momo is one of the few Saki characters I actually like. Even though I think the show is over-rated, like K-ON!, I am still silently rooting for her as well.

    • 12. Micchi  |  September 9, 2009 at 4:03 pm


      Secchan will cheer Konoka-ojousama up!

      Hanyuu, faito nano!

      I like a bunch of Saki chars and Stealth Momo is one of them. So for sure I want her to win XD


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