With many dere types come many dere combinations as well. Several of the more popular ones are listed on this page.


A danredere is a Dandere who also has a Deredere side.


It is the word 'dandere' added with the 're' from 'deredere' in between the 'n' and 'd'. The meaning of these two dere types can be found in these wiki pages above.


Like the dandere, the danredere is quiet, but less shy. A danredere acts dandere most of the time, and they usually never make the first move. However, unlike danderes, if someone makes the first move by being nice to them, they instantly switch to their deredere side.

Characters with this personality

Characters from Anime, Manga, & Light Novels

  • Aggretsuko - Gori
  • BanG Dream! Girls Band Party - Rimi Ushigome
  • Boruto: Naruto Next Generations - Sumire Kakei
  • Chuunibyou Demo Koi Ga Shitai - Rikka Takanashi
  • Classroom of the Elite - Hirata Yosuke
  • Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy - Chiaki Nanami
  • Haikyuu!! - Koshi Sugawara
  • High School DxD - Asia Argento
  • Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu - Hitori Bocchi
  • Love Live! Sunshine!! - Riko Sakurauchi

Characters from Cartoons and Comics

  • ChalkZone - Rudy Tabootie
  • Teenage Fairytale Dropouts - Trafalgar
  • The Boondocks - Jazmine DuBois

Characters from Movies, TV Series, & Novels

  • Black Water Wilderness - Molly
  • Bunny the Killer Thing - Sara
  • Doll Graveyard - Guy Fillbrook
  • Dope - Nakia
  • Frontier(s) - Eva
  • Hostel: Part II - Lorna Weisenfreud
  • Jack the Reaper - Maya
  • Killer Campout - Ernie
  • Lost After Dark - Tobe
  • The Breakfast Club - Allison Reynolds

Characters from Games

  • Deltarune -
    • Noelle Holiday
    • Ralsei
  • Pocket Mirror - Goldia die Heilige
  • Sally Face - Megan Holmes

Characters from Other Sources

  • MyStreet - Kim


Combination of Kuudere and Tsundere


Kuutsundere which are a type of dere that are basically a cross between a kuudere and tsundere. Their are 2 main types of kuutsundere the Temperic type and the Apathetic types

The Temperic type of Kuutsundere, which is well temperic by nature Sometimes they are calm/cool head/level head (or at least appear dat way) individuals, other times they are hothead individuals. They may also take a while to warm up to their love interested/crush, or a potential love interested/crush.

An the Apathetic type are apathetic, abstracted, and often show little (to no) emotions or often times not very emotional.They also seem very sarcastic and rude at times ,or often times are very sarcastic and rude .

During the development of the plot, they may not reveal the Dere-sides at all, since they are most often second-plan characters. Kuutsundere, unlike tsundere, do not hide their feelings behind a mask of sarcasm, but express their true feelings, in addition, they do not have such sharp mood swings as Tsundere.


The word is a compound of "tsun tsun" (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust and ''kuudere'' which is a combination of cool (クール) and "deredere" (デレデレ), which means "lovey dovey".

Characters with this personality:


A combination of a megadere and a Undere .




Megaundere is a character/are characters that are a cross between a megadere and Undere. Who fangirl/fanboy over their crush/love interest. An are (generally) agreeable and very/extremely submissive .To point where they are willing to lead themselves like (a) slave(s) towards their crush/love interest. Sometimes literately (they end of becoming the slave(s) of their crush/love interested)

Characters with this personality

  • Misa Amane from Death Note
  • Harley Quinn from DC
  • Inugami from Nurarihyon no Mago
  • Soushi Miketsukami from Inu x Boku SS
  • Kau from Togainu no Ch
  • Ecco / Mummer / The Proxy from Gotham
  • Agent Stone from Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)
  • Waylon Joseph Smithers, Jr. (or "Smithers") from The Simpsons
  • Sakura Haruno from Naruto


Not to be confused with tsundere.

A tsunshun ツンしゅん character is a character that goes tsun ツン and then goes shun しゅん.

That is, like a tsundere, she will act grumpy and reject or act uninterested about something. But where a tsundere would go "I'm doing it but it's not like I like you or anything" and try to accept what the guy has to say while trying to keep her "I'm not interested" mask, a tsunshun will not try to find a way to make things work. She will say "no" and then get depressed because she couldn't say "yes."

Example: "No, I'm not going to the festival" words out of her mouth = "Why didn't I say yes and went to the festival! Why!" words inside her mind a few minutes later.

It doesn't need to be a straight "no." It can be any tsun or anti-social thing. A tsunshun will reject others and act like she's above them and then blame herself for doing this kind of stuff and not being sincere.

Meaning of the Name 

The word "tsun" (ツン) is derived from "tsun tsun" (ツンツン), meaning to turn away in disgust. The "shun" (シュン) is a Japanese sound effect representing melancholy, down, sad, depressed, etc.

Character with this Personality

  • Ririchiyo Shirakiin from Inu X Boku SS
  • Kanda Yu from D. Gray Man
  • Asuka Langley Sohryu from Evangelion
  • Revy from Black Lagoon
  • Kyoko Sakura from Puella Magi Madoka Magica
  • Yellow Diamond from Steven Universe
  • Mandy Wiles from Bully
  • Eddy from Ed, Edd, and Eddy
  • Zuko from Avatar: the Last Airbander
  • Accelerator from A Ceratin Magical Index
  • Taiga Aisaka from Toradora!
  • Ichiko Sakura from Binbo-gami ga!
  • Max from Camp Camp
  • Amu Hinamori from Shugo Chara
  • Diamond Tiara from MLP FIM
  • Matsushirou Nishigami from Shindere Shoujo To Kodoku Na Shinigami
  • Whitley Schnee from RWBY
  • Ryoko Ookami from Okami-san
  • Shiva from Saint Beast
  • Kazuya from Tekken
  • Victorique de Blois from Gosick
  • Ichiko Sakura from Binbo-gami ga!
  • Rocket from Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Katherine Brooks from Anne of Windy Poplars
  • BoJack Horseman from BoJack Horseman
  • Mr. Cat from Kaeloo
  • Duckman from Duckman
  • Shane from Stardew Valley
  • Guts from Berserk
  • Marcy Long from Fallout 4
  • Xigbar from Kingdom Hearts
  • Jack from Mass Effect 2
  • Helga Pataki from Hey Arnold!
  • Dr. Perry Cox from Scrubs
  • The Female Protagonist from Electra Heart (Marina and the Diamonds)
  • Hawk from Cobra Kai
  • Peter Quinn from Homeland
  • Minerva Orland from Fairy Tail
  • Piper Halliwell from Charmed (following Prue's Death)
  • Catra from She-Ra and the Princesses of Power
  • Kinshiro Kusatsu from Cute High Earth Defense Club Love
  • Touko Fukawa from Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc
  • Squall Leonhart from Final Fantasy VIII
  • Lulu from Final Fantasy X
  • Natsuki from Doki Doki Literature Club
  • Angel Dust from Hazbin Hotel
  • Nanakuma Unno from Brave10
  • Sylvanas Windrunner from World of Warcraft
  • Fanny Fulbright from Codename: Kids Next Door
  • Bishamon from Noragami


Combination of Deredere and Megadere

Similar to a Yandere and a Megadere, they are obsessed with their love interest. They do not kill, but they do exaggerated things to show their affections (such as praying to them, cooking for them every day, giving lots of gifts/love letters, stalking, stealing their items, etc). While Yeredere can have multiple friends, they direct their kindness, affection, and love towards only a single person.


While Derederes are always cheerful, Yerederes are always concerned about their love interest (whether they are feeling well or not). Yeredere is happy, but express it less than Derederes. They are obsessive, but not the "dark" kind of obsessive (Yandere). They aren't violent toward people that get close to their love interest, and some Yeredere may respect their love interest's freedom to interact with friends/people close to them.

Another possible term for Yeredere is "Megadere" which are basically fangirls and possible stalkers. The term comes from the word "mega" which means very large or huge and "deredere" which means lovey-dovey. So, like the name suggests, they're basically deredere but on a whole new level. However, the term megadere is rarely used.

Not to be confused with Dorodere, who do the messed up things in their head and don't act on them in real life.

Meaning of the name

The word is a compound of Deredere (デレデレ) which is roughly translated to 'lovey dovey' and Yandere (病んでレ).


  • Ecco / Mummer / The Proxy from Gotham
  • Harley Quinn from DC
  • Chizuru Honshou from Bleach
  • Kuroko Shirai from To Aru
  • Kosame from Girls Bravo
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