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What character stereotype has the biggest chance of winning in a harem scenario?

Is it the Tsundere?
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first girl to be shown is usually the one that wins. only thing that trumps this is if first girl is also the childhood friend, then it gets iffy,
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>picking anyone other than the tsundere
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>>101942637
>getting your first kiss stolen by a robot
>never get to win because you aren't main girl
>even in the epilogue you are still in love with MC
>voiced by a ero-anime seiyuu
Being Motoko is suffering
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Here's a graph.
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it's actually the one dimensional timid girl who loves the MC for no reason

tsunderes are at close second
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>>101942637
Tsunderes actually have a low winning rate, they just tend to have bigger fanbases.
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>>101942848

and yet she was and always shall be best girl.
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>>101943508
Naru was the best and a trend starter
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>>101942947
But Okabe isn't a faggot and Kurisu is best girl.
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>>101942947
Ryuuji is a baller though.
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>>101942637

The Worst Girl.



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