If you have the urge to kill whoever is related to a love interest(yandere) but also have the urge to harm/kill your love interest. The more you love them, the more you want to kill them???
What's on your mind?
There is a type of dere I like, but I don't know how it's called.
It's a rich girl, who consider herself better than other people just because her family has money. She's proud and spoiled, and can combine features of many other dere. She can suffer from lack of attention from her busy parents, but can be emotionally close to butler/maid caring for her. She can be bad at love, because of her habbit of being selfish and demanding, but eventually she can become a good friend. Her 'dereization' can be not about her relationship with the protagonist, but with common people in general. She learns that she should judge on people, including herself, not by their status, but by their own qualities and abilities. For some reason usually they are blondes.
Ichiko from "Binbougami ga!" (rather too lucky, than just rich),
Murasaki from "Kurenai",
Cheryl from "Nanatsu no Umi no Tiko",
Scarlett from "Steamboy",
Yurika from "Chocotto Sister",
Julia from "Watashi No Ashinaga Ojisan",
Aoyama Mio from "Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai" (not rich anymore),
Howard from "Mujin Wakusei Survive" (a male),
Pacifica Northwest from "Gravity Falls".
Is there a term from this type?
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What should we do with the Hinodere page? Should we keep the original personality & meaning (that is apparently exactly the same with hinedere), or should we accept the "new proposition" and change the meaning & personality?
Or do you think the Hinodere page should be deleted because it broke one of the rules which is "New pages must have at least 2 resources referencing it. (It does not count if all of the references are from Wattpad, as they can be fan made)"? But I think some people could get upset if it gets deleted... so I don't know... Personally, I would rather keep the page and change the meaning & personality. But what do you think guys?
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And when did people start refering to anime & manga characters as -dere types?
Hi guys, I think having a Discord would be a great idea to help bring this community together. I would love to discuss Dere types with other people who have similar interests :). I am not very tech savvy so if someone could set up the discord server that would be great! :) My favorite character is Megumi Kato, I think she is the best Kuudere (but she's not even in the Kuudere list xD).
All the best,
You know in the defintion about them being sweet and loving on the outside but is actually messed up on the inside. Well my question is, in what way is a person or a character messed up? What is messed up? Are they mentally ill in some way?
Another question is what does being messed up have to do with being lovestruck? If they have violent tendencies and yet they don't act on them, how would these characters react when they fall in love with someone?
Is there a name for a girl that is constantly eating or snacking on food? It's much more common in sim dating games than it is anime, and it's very rare in anime. An anime example of this would be Kuea from Elemental Gelade.
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Okay, I know some people are upset about this term and say it should be removed. I admit it's a very recent coinage; the oldest reference I can find to it dates only from last year. The primary difference between nemuidere and darudere is that nemuideres are willing to show interest in their lover. Daruderes show no emotions for the most part; nemuideres are willing to show emotion. Nemuideres can be motivated into doing things through love; in general, daruderes cannot.
I haven't found any clear evidence of nemuidere being used online, besides a person with a Twitter username of @nemuidere and a part of a book on Wattpad. It is very similar to the darudere, and could probably be merged with it. If no one speaks up for this page, I will have to delete it, like I did with the yeredere page.
I have thought about it, and I have to decided to erase the rule I added to only have anime, manga, and games that are Japanese-style in the characters with this personality lists on dere type pages, following criticism of it, and my judgement on it. I'm restoring all the Western media examples on previous pages I've deleted them from.
Instead, I am going to go through every page and separate the character lists into sections of Characters from Anime, Manga, & Light Novels, Characters from Cartoons and Comics, Characters from Movies, TV Series, & Novels, and Characters from Games. Some pages have already have this done to them; thank you for those who took their time to organize the pages!
I just published a new edit of bakadere. I am starting the process of removing characters from all non-Japanese styled anime, manga, and games in the "Characters With This Personality" lists on the dere type pages. I am also removing the rule of using the Rōmaji versions of media names, and I am replacing them with the well known/used official English names. It's gonna be a long cleanup process.
I always thought there should be a mix of two deres. I thought Tsandere. Tsanderes are a obvious pair of Tsundere and Yandere. Tsandere means you act like a tsundere, all mean and grouchy, and on your other side your a Yandere. All willing to "get senpai". I thought this as a random idea.
Hello I a Etherman360! I run the silly gamers! I am a huge anime fan! I would say I am a mix of 2 dere types, I feel there should be a page for charactars without a dere type or a mix E.G Nico yazawa from Love, Live! scool idol project! She has quite an aggressive personality, but when she takes on her alternate personality she becomes a happy, upbeat character who is always smiling. She is a mix of Tsun-Dere and Dere-Dere AND Baka-dere! I am only a mix of baka-dere and Dere-dere? and I feel this should be adressed!
All the best,
I left a comment to check out this wiki on a fairly new video on YouTube with deres and two big YouTubers. Maybe this could bring some people to the wiki XD