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@ Anon 11:45
I was just stating an example. Although, I did choose Mizore as my example because I find her to be the most far removed from Rie’s standard tsundere voice (at least out of the roles that I’ve heard so far), whereas with characters like Alphonse and Ikuto, it’s still somewhat easy to tell that it’s her. At any rate, they all demonstrate that the so-called “tsundere queen” can actually do something besides tsundere. In fact, much like any professional seiyuu, she’s actually landed a ton of roles coming in all sorts of archetypes; it’s just that her tsundere roles have been the most over-hyped ever since Shana, thus why we mainly hear about them.

@ Anon 13:51
Never saw MariMite, but if Touko’s non-tsundere, then see above.


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