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Hey guys, what does "moeblob" mean ?
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Like Kamina is, except the opposite of manly.

Tsukasas is a moeblob.
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Opposite of GARmass.
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is your pic a garblob?
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Prime example.
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In this picture, moeblobs.
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Potemayo
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A moeblob is a deformed character that exists to be cute. If anatomy is thrown to the winds in favor of potato-shaped heads and huge eyes, the character is very much a moeblob, especially if they're rather cute but useless.

So yes, essentially the polar opposite of a garmass.
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>>10064286
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A character is completely useless and the only thing she ever does is act 'cute'.
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>>10064286
SPICE
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An amalgamation of sexual desires and fetishes animated into a form depicting a super deformed human, usually doing activities which invoke a sense of whimsy into the viewer.

tl;dr A miserable pile of lies.
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>>10064313
This show just has the least appealing female leads.
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My favorite moeblob
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>>10064333
I disagree with you.
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>>10064333
How can you say that when surrounded by Lucky Star shit?
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>>10064348
Domineering bitch, useless jellyfish, the wall. Pick one.
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>>10064374
All of them. Thanks.
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>>10064374
Domineering bitch is mai waifu
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lurk says:

Negative term for female characters that, aside from having well-endowed bodies, are otherwise utterly pathetic, useless and annoying. Although this term has been informally used in the distant past, it didn't become a meme until trolls on /a/ used it to chide Asahina Mikuru, who is virtually the archetypal moeblob. From there, the term migrated into the rest of the Haruhi fandom, brought there by people who frequent both /a/ and other anime communities, and has since become a common description (no longer an insult in this context) for very "moe" characters. According to Ken Akamatsu, what most know as a "moeblob" is the correct interpretation of what all moe girls in anime should be like.

Presumably, the opposite of this term would be a "Garmass".
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not totally useless
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>>10064525
All she's good for is being cute.
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>>10064536
and stopping a single bullet.
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>>10064549
A SINGLE FUCKING BULLET ಠ_ಠ
Man I hate her.
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>>10064596
better than NOT deflecting it.
besides, it was the last one in the clip.
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>>10064596
In the visual novel she doesn't do even that. Instead Rika stops time and then removes the bullet from midair.
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>>10064336
awwww. moeblob at its best.
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moeblobs are worthless characters engineered and built to be "moe", as evidenced by their huge eyes and massively deformed heads. It's my personal belief that the "blob" part of "moeblob" actually refers to physical appearance. While many people consider Mikuru and the Lucky Star cast, I consider Kanon and Clannad to be better demonstrations of those horrors.
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>>10064774
how can you hate.......this
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Moeblobs = forced moe.

A true moe character is unintentionally moe. If we are strict, we can say that only shoujo heroines (Haruhi F., Nodame, Sakura) etc are actually moe because the characters were not specifically written to cater to males.
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>>10064852
sage
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>>10064596
Sometimes just one bullet is all you need.....
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>>10064852
She's what 17? And has the intelligence of a particularly dense 5-year old.
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>>10064913
<<characters were not specifically written to cater to males.
lol wut? i guess you forget who anime is for. i guess you hug trees and see women as equal too right? go to a strip club. it will give you a clear view of things.
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>>10064691
ZA WARUDO
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>>10065010
Characters from shoujo series are written for girls to relate to. So a male viewer can think she is moe (sakura lol), but it is not intentional from the writer.
etna has nothing to do with this, wtf.
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>>10065003
Yes, both Rika and Hanyuu have the ability to stop time. I like the fact that in Higurashi Daybreak Hanyuu shouts 'Muda muda muda nano desu' when she uses her time stop.
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>>10065043

Nigga please, there's no difference between shojo and most "seinen". Except fanservice.
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>>10065070
There is, it's just very subtle.

Tsukasa is a moeblob, Haruhi Fujioka isn't.
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>>10065088
>There isn't, it's just not there
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>>10065070
Different target audiences. One is aimed at little girls and the other at otaku.
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>>10065110

So otaku have the mindset of little girls who like to look at panties? Makes enough sense to me, at least.
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>>10065128
Haven't you seen that Precure toy with age ranges of something like 7-13 for girls and 18-25 for men? Though you did mention one difference; little girls don't care about panties. Another is that moeblob shows often take care to hire popular voice actresses.
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>>10065096
lolwut
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>>10065313
Okay, I lol'd
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>>10065313
He's referring to stuff like Ichigo Mashimaro, which does bear some similarity to girls' shows.
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>>10064374

>the wall

THAT WALL'S MY IMAGINARY WAIFU YOU'RE SMACK-TALKING THERE, BUDDY.



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