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  Winner: Cutest Anime Girl 2005

In December 2005, the members and visitors of All Anime World voted for the "Cutest Anime Girl 2005". Collected by email our members and visitors entered 19 girls into the contest during the last weeks of November. The only requirements: All girls had to be anime characters and may not have won already.

So we received the following submissions from our members (in alphabetical order):

 


Akari Kamigishi (To Heart),

Alto (Tsukuyomi Moon Phase),

Fate Testarossa (Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha),

Hazuki (Tsukuyomi Moon Phase),

Hinata Hyuuga (Naruto),

Inoue Orihime (Bleach),

Kino (Kino no Tabi),

Leticia (Madlax),

Lime (Saber Marionette J)

Margaret Burton (Madlax)

Millefeuille (Galaxy Angel)

Misuzu Kamio (AIR TV)

Miyama Miku (Zettai Shonen)

Primula (Shuffle!)

Ruri Hoshino (Martian Successor Nadesico)

Shana (Shakugan no Shana)

Shinobu Maehara (Love Hina)

Suzuka Asahina (Suzuka)

Tsukino Azusegawa (Yakitate! Japan)

Yachiru Kusajishi (Bleach)

 

Focusing on cuteness and cuteness alone, 836 people voted for the Cutest Anime Girl 2005 between Dec 1 and christmas evening. Of these 835 votes, 819 votes were given anonymously leaving only 16  registered members votes. (My vote included!) While the participation of external ("Anonymous") votes was not as good as last years the number of votes from our registered users more than doubled.

Again many people were too lazy to do 5 mouse clicks.

This is how our registered and unregistered members voted:


Vote 
Misuzu Kamio    248 points
Yachiru Kusajishi    106 points
Suzuka Asahina    92 points
Millefeuille    82 points
Hinata Hyuuga    76 points
Primula    72 points
Shinobu Maehara    66 points
Hazuki    64 points
Akari Kamigishi    62 points
Ruri Hoshino    60 points
Tsukino Azusagawa    58 points
Miyama Miku    58 points
Shana    44 points
Kino    36 points
Alto    34 points
Inoue Orihime    28 points
Leticia    8 points
Fate testarossa    4 points
Lime    4 points
Margaret Burton    2 points

A "point" equals one vote of an unregistered member. 24 "points" equal a registered members vote.

I never expected this result. It's not the huge gap between the votes given to rank 1 and 2, but the fact that Yachiru Kusajishi got so many anonymous votes. This might be a "keoland" effect where a group of fans continously voted for her every day in order to "push" her rank. I barely think of this person as cute, but hm... this is a democratic election isn't it?

Of course, Margaret Burton just has to be uncute since she's not a little girl. Smiley

Otherwise, the result looks very reasonable. Misuzu Kamio leading the list with a convenient distance to that energetic Yachiru Kusajishi.

Rank #3 is occupied by Suzuka Asahina of Suzuka, being a very popular series and also due to the high quality pics of her.


The Winners!

This is now the official accouncement of the winners in our Cutest Anime Girl 2005 contest.

The "Cutest Anime Girls 2005" are:

 

1. Misuzu Kamio (Air TV) - 248 points

2. Yachiru Kusajichi (Bleach) - 106 points

3. Suzuka Asahina (Suzuka) - 92 points

4. Millefeuille (Galaxy Angel) - 117 points

5. Hinata Hyuuga (Naruto) - 76 points

 

The other Winner

We promised to send a "Hunter X Hunter" poster directly imported from Tokyo to one random registered voter who is not bound by COPPA rules. The winner has been elected by rolling a 20 sided dice I got from a D&D freak. This year the poster is going to "kuroazera". Congratulations!

 

Thanks for everybody who took the time and voted. We sincerely hope to get your support (and your vote) next year.

 


 
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