This is the Two-hundred-and-sixth week of using the "Perfect Anime Girl Sheet". Notice: This Blog may contain Unmarked Spoilers.
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Oh, and just for the reader's sake, rather than using both ways I'll only be writing Kyuubei with two u's. It could go either way though.
Hair: Kyuubei has a very nice hair style, especially for my tastes. It is black and shiny and looks very good. She has a ponytail most of the time (in a samurai style) and it's long enough to go to her chest or so. She has her bangs hanging down in front of her right eye while her left bangs are pulled back (or at least parted so that the hair is mainly to her right). This doesn't seem practical as her right eye is the WORKING one, but it does make her look cute. As far as the ponytail, I'd rather have that over short hair but I would prefer her hair to be free. As far as other styles go, there's three additional ones(or so). First, while being a more "feminine" she sports a very nice pair of twintails. I think they look better than her ponytail, but the ponytail fits her character better. Secondly, during the time skip arc she puts her hair up into a bun of sorts. While not to my tastes, the added hair ornament (a pink flower) looks good. Finally there's the hairstyle she wore as a child (in flashbacks). Here she's essentially a hime-cut loli, which is my favorite kind so of course I'd choose that as her best hair style.
Eyes: As you can see by the above image, Kyuubei has an eyepatch. On one hand, I like the concept of eyepatches in general; it's like glasses in that they both bring your attention to the character's eyes. However, eyepatches tend to point more toward sad stories and especially ones with eye damage. I HATE eye damage! Kyuubei received hers protecting Tae and losing her left eye. I mean, I commend her for doing so, but I like my girls with two (or, preferably, four) eyes. Occasionally, if feeling particularly feminine, Kyuubei might put a flower over her eye instead. It's a cute effort, but it won't change much.
As far as her other eye, it's a nice brown color and has a nice shape. It's football-shaped or so, and eyebrows help to make her look much fiercer when she's in battle mode.
Face: As with Kagura, Kyuubei isn't from moe series and suffers. It doesn't fit my "classic" tastes, I suppose. That said, the stoic Kyuubei does have a cute face on occasion. Usually she has an aggressive face that looks good while fighting while other times she might have a cute embarrassed face. I would say that the eyepatch sort of counts against her here too. Her larger features (or at least her apparent nose) do so as well.
Build: Kyuubei is said to be a short "beanpole" and is very slender (well, in some ways). She's 157 cm (5'2") and 45 kg, though to be fair while that doesn't seem "short" she's about a head shorter than the rest of the cast. Overall she's sort of shapely but not overly so. Her back is straight and her butt is a bit full (though we only get one good look at it or so). Her legs are nice as well, especially in thigh-highs. Unfortunately her clothing also covers her body shape more than I'd like, but it's given as she's more accustomed to male clothing.
Breasts: Most of the time Kyuubei binds her chest. Again, growing up as a male that makes sense. That said, the few times that we see her boobs we can see that she's fair-sized. I think another character called her having "tasteful cups". To be fair her small stature might make them seem larger. She's definitely larger than Kagura or...
Clothes: As I said before, Kyuubei was raised as a guy. As such, her usual outfit is a samurai outfit. It consists of a white coat that goes past her knees and blue outfit underneath. She wears black socks with sandals as well (somewhere a fashion police officer is crying). The sandals are interesting though, they're the block-type that seem uncomfortable, but she's able to do very well with them. They also have the benefit of adding a whole 3 inches (8 cm) to her height.
She occasionally gets forced to wear feminine clothes on some occasions. They're usually nice yukatas that fit her body style well, and she's also worn a maid-like outfit. Her bathing suit is school swimsuit-like, being a blue one piece.
Personality: As said before in other sections, Kyuubei was brought up as a male. To be specific, it was because her mother died in childbirth and her father never remarried, deciding to raise Kyuubei as a male to be the proper heir to Yagyuu family. Eventually she went on to becomes friends with Tae and her brother. During her time with Tae, she admired her strong yet feminine personality. When the debt collectors tried to harm Tae and her brother, Kyuubei tried to rescue them, though it cost her her left eye. From then on, Tae pledged to be her left eye. Kyuubei then left to train herself to be strong, using Tae as her inspiration. I do like Kyuubei's backstory (well, excluding eye injuries) and she made a good "sympathetic villain" during her arc. I also like reverse traps as well.
As far as now, Kyuubei is a determined and powerful heir to her family's dojo. She can stand up against some of the best swordfighters in the series (and this includes Gintoki) She's rich but while her father likes the celebrity lifestyle she'd rather be with her friends. She tends to use male pronouns as well, though that's mainly Kyuubei is also a good example of a kuudere, being cold as a default setting due to her training. She's an honor blade through and through. Finally, she eventually gets a pet monkey that has a name so long I don't dare start saying it and would rather just call it "Jugem".
Libido: When Kyuubei is introduced it's because she's wanting to marry Tae. The reasoning is due a childhood promise. Currently she's not exactly "in love" as much (Tae's brother and the other leads didn't want her to leave them and Kyuubei is alright by that), but they do remain on friendly terms. She also does her best to fight for Tae's honor and they're often seen together. It's unknown if Kyuubei is a lesbian or if it's only Tae is Tae that she's so attached.
As far as men (like me) go, Kyuubei can't stand them. She also has an automatic reflex against men who touch her or she touches and throws them across her shoulder. To be fair, she does also have a sort of stalker (one of her bodyguards) that annoys her, but that doesn't explain all men. Luckily, unlike ANOTHER androphobic girl she seems to be getting better at this and even saves Gintoki by grabbing his hand.
Age: Kyuubei is seventeen years old. Just one more year would have given her more points, but seventeen isn't bad.
Total Grades: 70
Average score: 7.7
Final Grade: B
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