KUUDERE

The closest characters to the normal people are the kudos and the dander. Both terms are mixed frequently. The origin of the word comes from Cool-dere. Bu Cool ir does not mean popularity, of course. I’m talking about mature behavior and a clever cynicism. They are comfortable and despise their surroundings. We are egoists, but this ego is not empty. They look like they have an emotion-free personality, they have an unresponsive face, in fact they do so many times, but they aren’t exactly. It actually cares but it shows little of that part. So they react actively but less than normal this situation. Strong looking, self-confidence are full characters. The stories that contain the characters of the Kuudere are generally more mature and the footsteps are firm. But on the other hand, if someone cares about them, they can ignore it.

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