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The two had known each other since they were children, and though they both cared about one another, Ikki only really thought of Ringo as a really good friend while she was so blatantly in love with him it was almost painful. Kaoru Hanabishi and Aoi Sakuraba.
She wins at the very beginning, by virtue of having a seventeen-year head start on everyone else in Kaoru's Harem. At the end, Menma finally passes on with the help of her friends, and it's implied that Jintan and Yukiatsu will hook up with Anaru and Tsuruko eventually. In Arata KangatariKotoha is in love with her childhood friend Arata.
However, Arata is oblivious and only sees her as an important part of his "family". According to the end of the Valentine's strip Austria and Hungary are like this too, even though she used to beat him up.DATING IN JAPAN 101// EXPERIENCES, TIPS, & ADVICE FROM A FOREIGNER
By the time they're older nations, she beats anyone ELSE who tries to beat him up. Prussia feels this way about Hungary, too; Word of God describes their longstanding relationship as a "massive one-sided crush, on Prussia's part". This may explain Prussia's tendency to be nasty to Austria Jacuzzi Splot and Nice Holystone. Their backstory in the later episodes was quite touching: After Nice permanently scarred her face and lost an eye as the result of playing with explosives when she was little, Jacuzzi got a large jagged sword tattoo on his face so she wouldn't be the only one with a distinctive face.
They've been together ever since although Nice still hasn't given up her love of explosives yet.
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Although Yuuji is in denial due to Shouko's Yandere tendencies, while Shouko keeps chasing after him because he was her Only Friend and later rescued her. The difference is that Billy and Julie are known to have been friends for quite some time, while Runo met Dan only once when they were playing in the park and didn't realise the boy who was annoying her that day was actually Dan.
Near the end of the first series, both pairs become a couple. Kagerou, the unfortunate Yandere. She is said to be in love with Gennosuke since they were kids. Her poisonous powers developed when she was a teenager, though, and that's one of the reasons why she can't marry him. After Kureha's and Ginko's escape, she is rejected by the Invisible Storm and labelled as "defective", but is found by Uchiko, and forms a friendship together.
Katyusha is seen putting down with bear warning signs during an alarm in the first episode. She is later killed and eaten by Ginko and Lulu, with her iconic headband preserved, and is used to lure Eriko to the flowerbed for eating.
Katyusha was the Invisible Storm leader who outed Sumika for refusing to exclude Kureha. In the manga, she works under Yurika as a maid.
Mariya Ise Japanese ; Felecia Angelle English Kureha's classmate and a member of the Invisible Storm, as well as the second leader of the Storm, appointed as leader after Konomi's death. She is seduced and manipulated by Mitsuko into becoming the leader in order to ensure Kureha's exclusion so Mitsuko can target and eat her; however, Ginko and Lulu lure Eriko to the flowerbed and eat her as part of a plan to protect Kureha. Eriko makes a minor appearance in the manga, having a friendly conversation with Kureha post-makeover.
Kaoru wishes to become an important person who won't be excluded. Upon appointment as leader of the Storm, Kaoru formulates a plan to manipulate and torment Kureha, and is later revealed to have manipulated Sumika as a part of this plan, but her plan is foiled by the interference of Ginko.
It is later revealed that Yurika was manipulating Kaoru to her own ends, with the two apparently also engaging in sexual activities.
Yurika ends up eating Kaoru after Kaoru outlives her perceived usefulness. So far, Kaoru has only appeared in the manga as a cameo alongside Mitsuko, where she on Lulu's bathing antics. She is not beyond outright lying to get her way. She has a tendency to emphasize her words using "way" in place of "very" or "really".
Aina Yasukuni Japanese ; Brina Palencia English Kureha's classmate and a member of the Invisible Storm, who arms and controls the beam cannon used to shoot bears. At the end of the series, she witnesses Kureha and Ginko's escape to beyond severance, thus quitting the Invisible Storm after Choko lies and tells the other Invisible Storm members of their deaths.
Uchiko later finds Konomi rejected in a box by the flowerbed, labelled as "defective", and the two form a friendship. It should be noted that during the Invisible Storm's exclusion sessions, Uchiko is frequently seen near the top of the list. Junichi Suwabe Japanese ; J. He always speaks in a seductive manner, and his favourite catchphrase is "That is sexy. In the manga, he is the student council president of Arashigaoka Academy, who is an infamous womanizer who is in love with Ginko.
He, along with the other Life Judgement Guys, also appear in bear form, first in Kureha and Ginko's dreams, and later as Sumika's house.
According to the second volume's omake, he and the others share the same names as their anime counterparts. He always speaks in a calm and collected manner, but is often flustered by the behavior of Life Beauty.
His catchphrase is "[That is] cool. Looking younger than the others, he speaks in a childish manner and values cuteness above everything else.
His catchphrase is "Sparkle! Reia was a kind woman who shared her love with bears as well, and encouraged her daughter to do the same. Reia was killed by Yurika after giving Ginko the star pendant that Yurika gave her as a symbol of their bond.
Her death is what led to Kureha developing her present hatred of bears. Reia was also an author of picture books, one of which plays an important role in the story and Kureha's and Ginko's relationship.
In the manga, she was apparently killed and eaten by Ginko's mother. Milne automatically replaced Lulu as heir of the kingdom after his birth, much to Lulu's shock and hatred, thus leading to her making several attempts on his life to reclaim the attention of the kingdom and title as immediate heir all for herself.
Milne ended up dying after being stung by bees while trying to get his sister a promise kiss, but despite Lulu getting everything she wanted, she felt empty and miserable inside because of it. In the manga, he lived with Lulu, who always looked to protect her, but was killed in a traffic accident while trying to follow her one night.
He later reappears before Lulu again as a result of Sumika's magic. When the meteor was destroyed, the bears rose up against the humans and her role was taken over by the Life Judgement Guys. She is once again reformed when Kureha affirms her love for Ginko, taking the form of Sumika, and turns Kureha into a bear, before sending Kureha and Ginko off onto a journey beyond severance.
She is an eccentric and forgetful woman who lives in a foreign country due to her poor health.
She is in a sexual relationship with Yurika. She implanted the idea of a "bear universe" inside Ginko's head for unknown reasons, and tries to encourage Ginko to eat Kureha, having apparently eaten Reia herself.
She was apparently in love with Reia, allegedly killing her after she married a man. Media Printed media The manga adaptation illustrated by Akiko Morishima began serialization in Gentosha 's Comic Birz magazine on February 28,featuring a completely different plot to the anime series, and ended on April 30,