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Anime (Japanese: ???, IPA: [a?ime] (About this soundlisten)) is hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. In Japan and in Japanese, anime (a term derived from the English word animation) describes all animated works, regardless of style or origin. However, outside of Japan and in English, anime is colloquial for Japanese animation and refers specifically to animation produced in Japan. Animation produced outside of Japan with similar style to Japanese animation is referred to as anime-influenced animation.Wikipedia
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Anime (Japanese: ???, IPA: [a?ime] (About this soundlisten)) is hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. In Japan and in Japanese, anime (a term derived from the English word animation) describes all animated works, regardless of style or origin. However, outside of Japan and in English, anime is colloquial for Japanese animation and refers specifically to animation produced in Japan. Animation produced outside of Japan with similar style to Japanese animation is referred to as anime-influenced animation.

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Hinata Hyuga (?? ???, Hy?ga Hinata) is a fictional character in the anime and manga Naruto, created by Masashi Kishimoto. Hinata is a kunoichi and the former heiress of the Hy?ga clan from the fictional village of Konohagakure. She is also a member of Team 8, which consists of herself, Kiba Inuzuka with his ninja dog — Akamaru, Shino Aburame, and team leader Kurenai Yuhi. At the start of the series, Hinata has strong admiration toward the main protagonist — Naruto Uzumaki, which eventually turns into love as the story progresses.Wikipedia
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Hinata Hyuga (?? ???, Hy?ga Hinata) is a fictional character in the anime and manga Naruto, created by Masashi Kishimoto. Hinata is a kunoichi and the former heiress of the Hy?ga clan from the fictional village of Konohagakure. She is also a member of Team 8, which consists of herself, Kiba Inuzuka with his ninja dog — Akamaru, Shino Aburame, and team leader Kurenai Yuhi. At the start of the series, Hinata has strong admiration toward the main protagonist — Naruto Uzumaki, which eventually turns into love as the story progresses.

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Hinata Hyuga

Hinata Hyuga (?? ???, Hy?ga Hinata) is a fictional character in the anime and manga Naruto, created by Masashi Kishimoto. Hinata is a kunoichi and the former heiress of the Hy?ga clan from the fictional village of Konohagakure. She is also a member of Team 8, which consists of herself, Kiba Inuzuka with his ninja dog — Akamaru, Shino Aburame, and team leader Kurenai Yuhi. At the start of the series, Hinata has strong admiration toward the main protagonist — Naruto Uzumaki, which eventually turns into love as the story progresses.

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Kushina Uzumaki (???? ???, Uzumaki Kushina) is the mother of the series' protagonist, Naruto Uzumaki and the wife of the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze.[ch. 382] She is a host of Kurama, immediately preceding Naruto.[ch. 499] While Naruto physically resembles his father, Minato, he inherits most of his personality from Kushina, who is brash, temperamental, likes ramen, and even has the
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Kushina Uzumaki (???? ???, Uzumaki Kushina) is the mother of the series' protagonist, Naruto Uzumaki and the wife of the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze.[ch. 382] She is a host of Kurama, immediately preceding Naruto.[ch. 499] While Naruto physically resembles his father, Minato, he inherits most of his personality from Kushina, who is brash, temperamental, likes ramen, and even has the "Believe it!" (?????, dattebane) verbal tic, which both her son and grandson inherit. Being a member of the Uzumaki Clan, Kushina possesses a special chakra that was distinguished even among her peers, causing her to be sent from her homeland to Konohagakure to be the host of Kurama, replacing Mito Uzumaki.[ch. 500] In Konohagakure, Kushina met with Minato who became Kushina's love after he saved her from a kidnapper, leading to their marriage.

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Kushina Uzumaki

Kushina Uzumaki (???? ???, Uzumaki Kushina) is the mother of the series' protagonist, Naruto Uzumaki and the wife of the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze.[ch. 382] She is a host of Kurama, immediately preceding Naruto.[ch. 499] While Naruto physically resembles his father, Minato, he inherits most of his personality from Kushina, who is brash, temperamental, likes ramen, and even has the "Believe it!" (?????, dattebane) verbal tic, which both her son and grandson inherit. Being a member of the Uzumaki Clan, Kushina possesses a special chakra that was distinguished even among her peers, causing her to be sent from her homeland to Konohagakure to be the host of Kurama, replacing Mito Uzumaki.[ch. 500] In Konohagakure, Kushina met with Minato who became Kushina's love after he saved her from a kidnapper, leading to their marriage.

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Tsunade (??), as well as her former teammates Jiraiya and Orochimaru, is a former student of Hiruzen Sarutobi. Despite looking like a buxom woman in her twenties, Tsunade is actually an older woman in her fifties who uses a transformation technique to maintain her youthful appearance. Tsunade is also the granddaughter of Hashirama Senju and Mito Uzumaki with many referring to her by the Japanese honorific
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Tsunade (??), as well as her former teammates Jiraiya and Orochimaru, is a former student of Hiruzen Sarutobi. Despite looking like a buxom woman in her twenties, Tsunade is actually an older woman in her fifties who uses a transformation technique to maintain her youthful appearance. Tsunade is also the granddaughter of Hashirama Senju and Mito Uzumaki with many referring to her by the Japanese honorific "hime" (princess). Despite her connections to the first three Hokage, Tsunade hates the position when she is first introduced. After her boyfriend Dan Kat? and brother Nawaki Senju die in pursuit of their dreams to become Hokage, she loses faith in the title and the concept of dreams. She regains her faith in both after meeting Naruto Uzumaki, who consistently overcomes any obstacle in his own dreams of being Hokage.

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Tsunade

Tsunade (??), as well as her former teammates Jiraiya and Orochimaru, is a former student of Hiruzen Sarutobi. Despite looking like a buxom woman in her twenties, Tsunade is actually an older woman in her fifties who uses a transformation technique to maintain her youthful appearance. Tsunade is also the granddaughter of Hashirama Senju and Mito Uzumaki with many referring to her by the Japanese honorific "hime" (princess). Despite her connections to the first three Hokage, Tsunade hates the position when she is first introduced. After her boyfriend Dan Kat? and brother Nawaki Senju die in pursuit of their dreams to become Hokage, she loses faith in the title and the concept of dreams. She regains her faith in both after meeting Naruto Uzumaki, who consistently overcomes any obstacle in his own dreams of being Hokage.

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Kaguya-sama: Love Is War (Japanese: ?????????? ????????????, Hepburn: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Ren'ai Zun?sen, transl.
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Kaguya-sama: Love Is War (Japanese: ?????????? ????????????, Hepburn: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Ren'ai Zun?sen, transl. "Lady Kaguya wants to make them confess: The Geniuses' War of Hearts and Minds") is a Japanese romantic comedy manga series by Aka Akasaka. It began serialization in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Miracle Jump in May 2015 and was transferred to Weekly Young Jump in March 2016. In North America, the manga is licensed in English by Viz Media.

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Kaguya-sama: Love Is War (Japanese: ?????????? ????????????, Hepburn: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Ren'ai Zun?sen, transl. "Lady Kaguya wants to make them confess: The Geniuses' War of Hearts and Minds") is a Japanese romantic comedy manga series by Aka Akasaka. It began serialization in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Miracle Jump in May 2015 and was transferred to Weekly Young Jump in March 2016. In North America, the manga is licensed in English by Viz Media.

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Rin Tohsaka (Japanese: ?? ?, Hepburn: T?saka Rin) is a fictional character introduced in the 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Rin is a high school student who becomes the master of the warrior Archer and participates in a war between other mages and warriors known as the Holy Grail War. In all routes, she meets and allies with rookie mage Shirou Emiya, and the two of them form a romantic relationship in the novel's second route, Unlimited Blade Works, in which Rin is the main heroine. Outside the visual novel, Rin has appeared in its printed and animated adaptations. She is also present in the prequel Fate/Zero, a series of light novels written by Gen Urobuchi, as well as multiple video games based on the Fate/stay night series.Wikipedia
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Rin Tohsaka (Japanese: ?? ?, Hepburn: T?saka Rin) is a fictional character introduced in the 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Rin is a high school student who becomes the master of the warrior Archer and participates in a war between other mages and warriors known as the Holy Grail War. In all routes, she meets and allies with rookie mage Shirou Emiya, and the two of them form a romantic relationship in the novel's second route, Unlimited Blade Works, in which Rin is the main heroine. Outside the visual novel, Rin has appeared in its printed and animated adaptations. She is also present in the prequel Fate/Zero, a series of light novels written by Gen Urobuchi, as well as multiple video games based on the Fate/stay night series.

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Rin Tohsaka

Rin Tohsaka (Japanese: ?? ?, Hepburn: T?saka Rin) is a fictional character introduced in the 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Rin is a high school student who becomes the master of the warrior Archer and participates in a war between other mages and warriors known as the Holy Grail War. In all routes, she meets and allies with rookie mage Shirou Emiya, and the two of them form a romantic relationship in the novel's second route, Unlimited Blade Works, in which Rin is the main heroine. Outside the visual novel, Rin has appeared in its printed and animated adaptations. She is also present in the prequel Fate/Zero, a series of light novels written by Gen Urobuchi, as well as multiple video games based on the Fate/stay night series.

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Lucy Heartfilia (Japanese: ????????????, Hepburn: R?shii H?tofiria) is a fictional character and protagonist of the Fairy Tail manga series created by Hiro Mashima. Lucy first makes her debut in Fairy Tail chapter #1,
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Lucy Heartfilia (Japanese: ????????????, Hepburn: R?shii H?tofiria) is a fictional character and protagonist of the Fairy Tail manga series created by Hiro Mashima. Lucy first makes her debut in Fairy Tail chapter #1, "The Fairy's Tail", originally published in Japan's Weekly Sh?nen Magazine on August 2, 2006, as a teenage wizard and aspiring novelist who joins the titular guild because of its popularity, despite its members' tendency to cause unintentional property damage. As a celestial wizard, Lucy uses magical objects known as Gatekeys to summon celestial spirits, beings from another world that possess various abilities, such as powerful zodiac spirits that she summons with rare golden keys.

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Lucy Heartfilia

Lucy Heartfilia (Japanese: ????????????, Hepburn: R?shii H?tofiria) is a fictional character and protagonist of the Fairy Tail manga series created by Hiro Mashima. Lucy first makes her debut in Fairy Tail chapter #1, "The Fairy's Tail", originally published in Japan's Weekly Sh?nen Magazine on August 2, 2006, as a teenage wizard and aspiring novelist who joins the titular guild because of its popularity, despite its members' tendency to cause unintentional property damage. As a celestial wizard, Lucy uses magical objects known as Gatekeys to summon celestial spirits, beings from another world that possess various abilities, such as powerful zodiac spirits that she summons with rare golden keys.

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Akeno Himejima (?? ??, Himejima Akeno) is the black-haired vice-president of the Occult Research Club; she wears her hair in a long ponytail. Issei describes her as an ideal Japanese woman with a pretty face that is always smiling, and along with Rias, make up the two great big sisters that are idolized at the school. She exhibits a gentle personality, but during combat, becomes highly sadistic. As Rias's queen, she possesses a variety of abilities, preferring elemental attacks such as lightning strikes. She transforms her costume to that of a shrine priestess and assumes the nickname Priestess of Thunder.Wikipedia
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Akeno Himejima (?? ??, Himejima Akeno) is the black-haired vice-president of the Occult Research Club; she wears her hair in a long ponytail. Issei describes her as an ideal Japanese woman with a pretty face that is always smiling, and along with Rias, make up the two great big sisters that are idolized at the school. She exhibits a gentle personality, but during combat, becomes highly sadistic. As Rias's queen, she possesses a variety of abilities, preferring elemental attacks such as lightning strikes. She transforms her costume to that of a shrine priestess and assumes the nickname Priestess of Thunder.

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Akeno Himejima

Akeno Himejima (?? ??, Himejima Akeno) is the black-haired vice-president of the Occult Research Club; she wears her hair in a long ponytail. Issei describes her as an ideal Japanese woman with a pretty face that is always smiling, and along with Rias, make up the two great big sisters that are idolized at the school. She exhibits a gentle personality, but during combat, becomes highly sadistic. As Rias's queen, she possesses a variety of abilities, preferring elemental attacks such as lightning strikes. She transforms her costume to that of a shrine priestess and assumes the nickname Priestess of Thunder.

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Saber (Japanese: ????, Hepburn: Seib?), whose real name is Artoria Pendragon (????????????, Arutoria Pendoragon) (alternatively, Altria Pendragon), is a fictional character from the Japanese 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Saber is a heroic warrior who is summoned by a teenager named Shirou Emiya to participate in a war between masters and servants who are fighting to accomplish their dreams using the mythical Holy Grail.Wikipedia
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Saber (Japanese: ????, Hepburn: Seib?), whose real name is Artoria Pendragon (????????????, Arutoria Pendoragon) (alternatively, Altria Pendragon), is a fictional character from the Japanese 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Saber is a heroic warrior who is summoned by a teenager named Shirou Emiya to participate in a war between masters and servants who are fighting to accomplish their dreams using the mythical Holy Grail.

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Saber (Japanese: ????, Hepburn: Seib?), whose real name is Artoria Pendragon (????????????, Arutoria Pendoragon) (alternatively, Altria Pendragon), is a fictional character from the Japanese 2004 visual novel Fate/stay night by Type-Moon. Saber is a heroic warrior who is summoned by a teenager named Shirou Emiya to participate in a war between masters and servants who are fighting to accomplish their dreams using the mythical Holy Grail.

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Mirajane Strauss (????????????, Miraj?n Sutorausu) is the guild's barmaid and administrator,[ch. 2] who also works as a pin-up girl for the fictional Weekly Sorcerer (???????, Sh?kan S?sar?) magazine.[ch. 1] Gaining infamy as
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Mirajane Strauss (????????????, Miraj?n Sutorausu) is the guild's barmaid and administrator,[ch. 2] who also works as a pin-up girl for the fictional Weekly Sorcerer (???????, Sh?kan S?sar?) magazine.[ch. 1] Gaining infamy as "Demon Woman" (??, Majin), Mirajane is the oldest of three siblings who use a variety of the transformation-based magic Takeover (??, ???????, Teiku?b?). Her variety is called Satan Soul (??????, Satan S?ru), which allows her to assume the forms and powers of various demons she has defeated.[ch. 117] Before the beginning of the series, Mirajane resents her magic after enduring constant ridicule, but reconsiders when her siblings learn their own Takeover varieties to comfort her. After her sister, Lisanna, disappears when she is 17 years old, she develops a cheerful personality while posing as a "pretty dumb girl".

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Mirajane Strauss (????????????, Miraj?n Sutorausu) is the guild's barmaid and administrator,[ch. 2] who also works as a pin-up girl for the fictional Weekly Sorcerer (???????, Sh?kan S?sar?) magazine.[ch. 1] Gaining infamy as "Demon Woman" (??, Majin), Mirajane is the oldest of three siblings who use a variety of the transformation-based magic Takeover (??, ???????, Teiku?b?). Her variety is called Satan Soul (??????, Satan S?ru), which allows her to assume the forms and powers of various demons she has defeated.[ch. 117] Before the beginning of the series, Mirajane resents her magic after enduring constant ridicule, but reconsiders when her siblings learn their own Takeover varieties to comfort her. After her sister, Lisanna, disappears when she is 17 years old, she develops a cheerful personality while posing as a "pretty dumb girl".

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Erza Scarlet (??????????, Eruza Suk?retto) is a nineteen-year-old S-Class swordswoman of Fairy Tail who is nicknamed
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Erza Scarlet (??????????, Eruza Suk?retto) is a nineteen-year-old S-Class swordswoman of Fairy Tail who is nicknamed "Titania" (????, ??????, Tit?nia) for her notoriety as the guild's most powerful female wizard,[ch. 14] referencing the Fairy Queen from A Midsummer Night's Dream.[vol. 3:192] She uses magic called "The Knight" (??, ?????, Za Naito) to instantaneously "requip" (??, kans?)—exchange and equip—various weapons and armors that alter her already tremendous strength and magic ability.[ch. 14] Abandoned at infancy by her mother, Irene Belserion,[ch. 519] Erza is enslaved at the Tower of Heaven at age 11 and befriends Jellal Fernandes, who gives her the surname "Scarlet" after her red hair.[ch. 77, 163] She first activates her magic power while leading a slave revolt, only to be betrayed by a brainwashed Jellal and forced to escape from the tower alone.

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Erza Scarlet

Erza Scarlet (??????????, Eruza Suk?retto) is a nineteen-year-old S-Class swordswoman of Fairy Tail who is nicknamed "Titania" (????, ??????, Tit?nia) for her notoriety as the guild's most powerful female wizard,[ch. 14] referencing the Fairy Queen from A Midsummer Night's Dream.[vol. 3:192] She uses magic called "The Knight" (??, ?????, Za Naito) to instantaneously "requip" (??, kans?)—exchange and equip—various weapons and armors that alter her already tremendous strength and magic ability.[ch. 14] Abandoned at infancy by her mother, Irene Belserion,[ch. 519] Erza is enslaved at the Tower of Heaven at age 11 and befriends Jellal Fernandes, who gives her the surname "Scarlet" after her red hair.[ch. 77, 163] She first activates her magic power while leading a slave revolt, only to be betrayed by a brainwashed Jellal and forced to escape from the tower alone.

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The other title character of the series, Taiga is a girl in Ryuji's class, and sometimes acts like a tsundere when talking to him. She has a beautiful appearance, but dislikes the company of others, with the exception of her best friend Minori Kushieda. Because of her tendency to snap fiercely at others, and because of her diminutive stature (4 feet 8 inches in manga, 4 feet 7 inches in anime), Taiga's nickname is
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The other title character of the series, Taiga is a girl in Ryuji's class, and sometimes acts like a tsundere when talking to him. She has a beautiful appearance, but dislikes the company of others, with the exception of her best friend Minori Kushieda. Because of her tendency to snap fiercely at others, and because of her diminutive stature (4 feet 8 inches in manga, 4 feet 7 inches in anime), Taiga's nickname is "Palmtop Tiger" (???????, Te Nori Taig?). She often receives confessions of love from boys due to her cute, or as Ryuji puts it, "doll-like" appearance, but she turns down every single one.

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The other title character of the series, Taiga is a girl in Ryuji's class, and sometimes acts like a tsundere when talking to him. She has a beautiful appearance, but dislikes the company of others, with the exception of her best friend Minori Kushieda. Because of her tendency to snap fiercely at others, and because of her diminutive stature (4 feet 8 inches in manga, 4 feet 7 inches in anime), Taiga's nickname is "Palmtop Tiger" (???????, Te Nori Taig?). She often receives confessions of love from boys due to her cute, or as Ryuji puts it, "doll-like" appearance, but she turns down every single one.

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Akame ga Kill! (Japanese: ??????!, Hepburn: Akame ga Kiru!)[a] is a Japanese manga series written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro. It was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker from March 2010 to December 2016. The story focuses on Tatsumi, a young villager who travels to the Capital to raise money for his home only to discover strong corruption in the area. The assassin group known as Night Raid recruits the young man to help them in their fight against the corrupt Empire.Wikipedia
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Akame ga Kill! (Japanese: ??????!, Hepburn: Akame ga Kiru!)[a] is a Japanese manga series written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro. It was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker from March 2010 to December 2016. The story focuses on Tatsumi, a young villager who travels to the Capital to raise money for his home only to discover strong corruption in the area. The assassin group known as Night Raid recruits the young man to help them in their fight against the corrupt Empire.

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Akame ga Kill! (Japanese: ??????!, Hepburn: Akame ga Kiru!)[a] is a Japanese manga series written by Takahiro and illustrated by Tetsuya Tashiro. It was serialized in Square Enix's Gangan Joker from March 2010 to December 2016. The story focuses on Tatsumi, a young villager who travels to the Capital to raise money for his home only to discover strong corruption in the area. The assassin group known as Night Raid recruits the young man to help them in their fight against the corrupt Empire.

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Winry Rockbell (Japanese: ???????????, Hepburn: Winryi Rokkuberu) is a fictional character from Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist manga series and its adaptations. Winry is a teenage mechanic who often spends time with the central characters, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric, who are childhood friends of hers. Specializing in mechanical repair, specifically prostheses called automail, Winry services Ed's replacement arm and leg. Originally meant to be introduced in the series' first chapters due to its lack of female characters, some of Winry's traits are based on Arakawa's own life. In the first anime adaptation, Fullmetal Alchemist, Winry is voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi in Japanese and by Caitlin Glass in the English version.Wikipedia
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Winry Rockbell (Japanese: ???????????, Hepburn: Winryi Rokkuberu) is a fictional character from Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist manga series and its adaptations. Winry is a teenage mechanic who often spends time with the central characters, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric, who are childhood friends of hers. Specializing in mechanical repair, specifically prostheses called automail, Winry services Ed's replacement arm and leg. Originally meant to be introduced in the series' first chapters due to its lack of female characters, some of Winry's traits are based on Arakawa's own life. In the first anime adaptation, Fullmetal Alchemist, Winry is voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi in Japanese and by Caitlin Glass in the English version.

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Winry Rockbell

Winry Rockbell (Japanese: ???????????, Hepburn: Winryi Rokkuberu) is a fictional character from Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist manga series and its adaptations. Winry is a teenage mechanic who often spends time with the central characters, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric, who are childhood friends of hers. Specializing in mechanical repair, specifically prostheses called automail, Winry services Ed's replacement arm and leg. Originally meant to be introduced in the series' first chapters due to its lack of female characters, some of Winry's traits are based on Arakawa's own life. In the first anime adaptation, Fullmetal Alchemist, Winry is voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi in Japanese and by Caitlin Glass in the English version.

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Asuna Yuuki (?? ???, Y?ki Asuna) is a fictional character who appears in the Sword Art Online series of light novels by Reki Kawahara. She is mononymously more commonly known as just Asuna (???, Asuna), her player name in the eponymous video game which the novels are set in. Asuna appears as the lover of Kirito; as well as the female lead, she is in the novels a sub-leader of the Knights of the Blood Oath (?????, Ketsumei Kishidan) guild, notable for being the strongest guild in Aincrad. She is depicted as having earned a reputation as a skilled player in-game, giving her the nickname Lightning Flash (???????????), which, coupled with her physical attractiveness, have made her well-known and sought after by other players.Wikipedia
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Asuna Yuuki (?? ???, Y?ki Asuna) is a fictional character who appears in the Sword Art Online series of light novels by Reki Kawahara. She is mononymously more commonly known as just Asuna (???, Asuna), her player name in the eponymous video game which the novels are set in. Asuna appears as the lover of Kirito; as well as the female lead, she is in the novels a sub-leader of the Knights of the Blood Oath (?????, Ketsumei Kishidan) guild, notable for being the strongest guild in Aincrad. She is depicted as having earned a reputation as a skilled player in-game, giving her the nickname Lightning Flash (???????????), which, coupled with her physical attractiveness, have made her well-known and sought after by other players.

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Asuna Yuuki (?? ???, Y?ki Asuna) is a fictional character who appears in the Sword Art Online series of light novels by Reki Kawahara. She is mononymously more commonly known as just Asuna (???, Asuna), her player name in the eponymous video game which the novels are set in. Asuna appears as the lover of Kirito; as well as the female lead, she is in the novels a sub-leader of the Knights of the Blood Oath (?????, Ketsumei Kishidan) guild, notable for being the strongest guild in Aincrad. She is depicted as having earned a reputation as a skilled player in-game, giving her the nickname Lightning Flash (???????????), which, coupled with her physical attractiveness, have made her well-known and sought after by other players.

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Rias Gremory (?????????, Riasu Guremor?) is a fictional character who appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series High School DxD authored by Ichiei Ishibumi. Rias is the main love interest of the protagonist, Issei Hyodo. Rias is a high school student at Kuoh Academy, which, unbeknownst to most students, contains angels, devils, and fallen angels as part of its student population. High School DxD is set in a world where there is constant battle between these three main factions (angels, devils, fallen angels), though the war has died down as of late, and many famous angels and devils have already ceased to exist.Wikipedia
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Rias Gremory (?????????, Riasu Guremor?) is a fictional character who appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series High School DxD authored by Ichiei Ishibumi. Rias is the main love interest of the protagonist, Issei Hyodo. Rias is a high school student at Kuoh Academy, which, unbeknownst to most students, contains angels, devils, and fallen angels as part of its student population. High School DxD is set in a world where there is constant battle between these three main factions (angels, devils, fallen angels), though the war has died down as of late, and many famous angels and devils have already ceased to exist.

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Rias Gremory

Rias Gremory (?????????, Riasu Guremor?) is a fictional character who appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series High School DxD authored by Ichiei Ishibumi. Rias is the main love interest of the protagonist, Issei Hyodo. Rias is a high school student at Kuoh Academy, which, unbeknownst to most students, contains angels, devils, and fallen angels as part of its student population. High School DxD is set in a world where there is constant battle between these three main factions (angels, devils, fallen angels), though the war has died down as of late, and many famous angels and devils have already ceased to exist.

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