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Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 5:10 am
by Chibasa
And the winners are....

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:00 am
by Chibasa
Congratulations to Rem and Hachiman to win Tiara and Scepter !!!

Congratulations to Senjougahara Hitagi and Alphonse Elric to win Divine Circlet and Crown !

Also, congratulations to Violet Evergarden to win the All-Star Seasonal Battle !

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:39 am
by liuxinyu970226
Thx. But then, is guessing future Tiara and Scepter more and more hard now?

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:44 am
by Summer Pockets
Congratulations to Hikigaya Hachiman!!
恭喜大老师!! :lol:

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:45 am
by Hachiko
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Certified official by the Bedlam on Baltic Avenue, news report forthcoming.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:02 am
by Hachiko
NEWS! Final News Bulletin For 2018!Show
ISML 2018: Rem Elected Saimoe Prime Minister!
Hachiman Hikigaya Elected Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister, Violet Evergarden Elected Speaker Of The Saimoe Diet

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam On Baltic Avenue
February 11, 2019


Match Days 8 and 9 of the 2019 International Saimoe League Postseason were combined into Election Day 2019, and Rem has been elected Saimoe Prime Minister for 2019, routing Kamui Kanna 36484-17795. Hachiman Hikigaya will be your new Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister after putting Archer to the sword 35856-15990, while Violet Evergarden has been named Speaker of the Saimoe Diet after a 30967-19221 belting of Mai Sakurajima.

In particular, Evergarden will have a special role of being a saimoe-exclusive aide to both the Japanese Imperial Household and British Royal Family with Arthuria Pendragon, Saber, as a veteran assistant. This result is also named as the final Upset of the Round for the 2018 International Saimoe Season. Rem, who will be sworn in under the name Rem Natsuki, Hikigaya and Evergarden will sworn in during Golden Week 2019 in Japan.

Kaede Azusagawa finished in third place in the 2018 ISML Autumn Seasonal with a 23057-21671 victory over Alice Zubeg. Hitagi Senjougahara won the ISML Divine Circlet Female Division with a 27188-16810 win over Akame and in the Male Division, Alphonse Elric reigned supreme over Tsunayoshi Sawada, 21903-21077.

The top 16 characters in the male and female divisions form the Saimoe Cabinet for the forthcoming year and Election Day finalize the seating order on the Male and Female sides. Yukino Yukinoshita finished in third place with a 25603-21145 win over Asuna Yuuki Chtholly Nota Seniorious, the outgoing speaker of the Saimoe Diet, complete a strong debut campaign with a 23193-22910 thriller over Mashiro Shiina to finish fifth. Rikka Takanashi pounded Nanami Aoyama 26978-20986 for seventh, Emilia completed a ReZero sweep with a 28693-17376 hiding of Shiro for ninth, Rin Tohsaka outlasted Saber 23663-20811 for eleventh, Sakura Kinomoto won the closest race of a round, a 22808-22791 nailbiter over Sagiri Izumi for thirteenth, and Chiyo Sakura prevailed over Schwi Dola 22763-22044 to finish fifteenth.

In the Male Division, Levi Ackerman leveled Riku Dola 23991-21009 for third place, Rintarou Okabe was fifth after tearing down Shouto Todoroki 25501-19323, Nagisa Shiota defeated Willem Kmetsch 23125-21179 for seventh, Taki Tachibana cruised past Shirou Emiya 23719-21003 for ninth, Yuuta Togashi punched Saitama 27635-19368 for eleventh, Touma Kamijou broke Astolfo 23057-23182 for thirteenth and Takashi Natsume finished in fifteenth place after easing past Li Syaoran 22791-21280.

In other seasonal action, Index L. Prohibitorum won a 22186-22123 snoozer over Kuon Ohara, Rio Futaba defeated Narumi Momose 23323-20579, Ichigo cruised past Suzuha Amane 23244-20449 and Rikka Takarada finished the campaign on a winning note, getting the last laugh with a 23447-21167 smashing of Rinne Ohara. Index, Futaba, Ichigo, and Takarada join Sakurajima as members of Evergarden's special advisory council.

Thus concludes the 2018 International Saimoe League, with Rem, Hachiman Hikigaya and Violet Evergarden steering the ship forward into 2019. Be sure to keep voting for your favorite candidates at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate. And be sure to tune in to The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue, your home for coverage of the 2019 International Saimoe League, the world's premier anime character competition since 2008.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:07 am
by liuxinyu970226
Very well post @Hachiko

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:17 am
by kurogaga
Woah that expected results... :D

Good news, @Hachiko

Anyway, congrats for all :3

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:41 am
by Hachiko
ISML 2018: Victory Speech - Rem Natsuki, 2019 Saimoe Prime Minis…Show
Image Well, I will go ahead and start my remarks by letting you all in on a not-so-well-kept secret, in fact, it's not even close to it and even makes mock of it: I outdid Emilia. (laughter) No, seriously, everyone, I did outperform Emilia and she is, as a consequence, the first person I will thank. She blazed a path for me and she also won her last contest so our party and that of Oregairu's and Hachiman are the big winners this election, so congratulations for Hachiman and Violet for winning their seats. Together, we will lead the Saimoe movement and represent the best of our great nation around the world because we love doing that. (applause)

I also want to point out that several days ago, it was my birthday, as well as that of my good friend Aoba Suzukaze. She has been a great advocate of my legacy and I want to thank her for her support. My sister Ram is owed my thanks. Without her, I wouldn't be here. But most of all, Subaru Natsuki, of whose last name I will borrow as Saimoe Prime Minister—but please, just call me Rem—is the one person that believed I could be a leader like no other. It was his inspiration that drove me to be a better person. I love him with everything I have, and he accepted the invitation to be the first gentleman of Saimoe for this coming year, so he gets to work with Hachiman on helping make Japan great again as a strong economic influence on the world. Mostly, to ensure that good men will always prevail, and they need not be Japanese. (laughter, applause) You laugh, but you know very well, that as your leader-elect, I am not wrong in my convictions. (laughter)

But it is because of you, I remembered who I am and I maintained my promise to pay you back for your belief in me. The best I can do to repay you...is to do my work as Saimoe Prime Minister to the best of my ability. This isn't a Royal Election I was a part of. This was bigger than me, Emilia, my sister...it encompassed so much and it was a struggle. But I told myself to be positive, be assertive, be aggressive in what I want to become, because if I do that, fate will take care of the rest. It is because of you, I am here as your Saimoe Prime Minister, and I will not let you down. You, my wonderful fans and even those who supported Kamui—and just wanted to add, I called Kamui on a great race and she happily conceded so now she can go ahead and bully Tooru anytime she wants (laughter)—no, but seriously, those who supported Kamui and others, I extend my hand of solidarity and ask for your help and cooperation in leading our movement forward.

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I cannot do this alone, and I won't. We, the members of Saimoe, the finest people you will ever be one with anywhere, need you to be with us and support us. I am just one person, Hachiman is another, Violet is another...we need you to stand with us in this year of transition. We will be having a new emperor take over when I am sworn in with Hachiman and Violet. We need you to show your support for the future Emperor, Naruhito, and his vision for the Japanese nation going forward.

Also, I have believed that the promotion of time-honored Asian values can be applied anywhere. What are those, you say? It's four parts: social harmony, socio-economic prosperty and collective well-being of community, loyalty and respect for elders and authority, and a preference for collectivism and communitarianism. Basically, it's putting the team and the world above you. No man or woman is above the law, not even me, I merely enforce and promote it.

But it's not rocket science, ladies and gentlemen. Respect your parents. Your mother, your father, your grandparents, uncles and aunts...these are important parts of your life, your family. Do what you can to make them proud of you. Your siblings, your children, make them happy as well. And take the advice of those who have been in this world longer than you in stride. Violet has done a remarkable job immortalizing the stories of great people in writing for all to read and she is just getting started. She will write your story too, all you have to do is ask. Never be headstrong in a decision. Make sure the team is on board.

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And this is what we do during meetings of our Diet, the Saimoe Parliament, or Saimoe Diet. We are an all-star team with unselfish minds when we need to go in one direction or another. We are not like that government in the West where two factions continually fail to make progress due to pride and selfishness and pettiness. We make decisions regarding new ways to promote our culture to satisfy the demands of the West and elsewhere. And those who don't get their way ultimately come around and support the consensus. That is the power of the collective aspect of Asian values, and I mean to promote it and encourage it as values that the world can adopt.

I want to close my address by saying that it will not be easy for us moving forward. Mikoto Misaka is the incumbent Saimoe Leader of the Free World and my personal advisor to all matters related to the finest people-us. She said this: "No matter what, you’re not defective. There’s nothing wrong with you, so don’t give up.” Motivate yourself to be at your best. Self-actualization leads to positive thinking and assertive confidence. And we will make it a lifelong commitment to serve you and motivate you to be successful in whatever, or whoever, you want to be as long as it makes your family, your community, your city, your country, and the world proud. So thank you, we salute you and honor you. May God bless you, and may God bless Japan and the world!


-Rem (a.k.a. Rem Natsuki)
2019 Saimoe Prime Minister/ISML Heavenly Tiara Champion
11 February 2019


Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:02 am
by RichardJoash
Hachiko wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:02 am
NEWS! Final News Bulletin For 2018!Show
ISML 2018: Rem Elected Saimoe Prime Minister!
Hachiman Hikigaya Elected Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister, Violet Evergarden Elected Speaker Of The Saimoe Diet

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam On Baltic Avenue
February 11, 2019


Match Days 8 and 9 of the 2019 International Saimoe League Postseason were combined into Election Day 2019, and Rem has been elected Saimoe Prime Minister for 2019, routing Kamui Kanna 36484-17795. Hachiman Hikigaya will be your new Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister after putting Archer to the sword 35856-15990, while Violet Evergarden has been named Speaker of the Saimoe Diet after a 30967-19221 belting of Mai Sakurajima.

In particular, Evergarden will have a special role of being a saimoe-exclusive aide to both the Japanese Imperial Househole and British Royal Family with Arthuria Pendragon, Saber, as a veteran assistant. This result is also named as the final Upset of the Round for the 2018 International Saimoe Season. Rem, who will be sworn in under the name Rem Natsuki, Hikigaya and Evergarden will sworn in during Golden Week 2019 in Japan.

Kaede Azusagawa finished in third place in the 2018 ISML Autumn Seasonal with a 23057-21671 victory over Alice Zubeg. Hitagi Senjougahara won the ISML Divine Circlet Female Division with a 27188-16810 win over Akame and in the Male Division, Alphonse Elric reigned supreme over Tsunayoshi Sawada, 21903-21077.

The top 16 characters in the male and female divisions form the Saimoe Cabinet for the forthcoming year and Election Day finalize the seating order on the Male and Female sides. Yukino Yukinoshita finished in third place with a 25603-21145 win over Asuna Yuuki Chtholly Nota Seniorious, the outgoing speaker of the Saimoe Diet, complete a strong debut campaign with a 23193-22910 thriller over Mashiro Shiina to finish fifth. Rikka Takanashi pounded Nanami Aoyama 26978-20986 for seventh, Emilia completed a ReZero sweep with a 28693-17376 hiding of Shiro for ninth, Rin Tohsaka outlasted Saber 23663-20811 for eleventh, Sakura Kinomoto won the closest race of a round, a 22808-22791 nailbiter over Sagiri Izumi for thirteenth, and Chiyo Sakura prevailed over Schwi Dola 22763-22044 to finish fifteenth.

In the Male Division, Levi Ackerman leveled Rikuy Dola 23991-21009 for third place, Rintarou Okabe was fifth after tearing down Shouto Todoroki 25501-19323, Nagisa Shiota defeated Willem Kmetsch 23125-21179 for seventh, Taki Tachibana cruised past Shirou Emiya 23719-21003 for ninth, Yuuta Togashi punched Saitama 27635-19368 for eleventh, Touma Kamijou broke Astolfo 23057-23182 for thirteenth and Takashi Natsume finished in fifteenth place after easing past Li Syaoran 22791-21280.

In other seasonal action, Index L. Prohibitorum won a 22186-22123 snoozer over Kuon Ohara, Rio Futaba defeated Narumi Momose 23323-20579, Ichigo cruised past Suzuha Amane 23244-20449 and Rikka Takarada finished the campaign on a winning note, getting the last laugh with a 23447-21167 smashing of Rinne Ohara. Index, Futaba, Ichigo, and Takarada join Sakurajima as members of Evergarden's special advisory council.

Thus concludes the 2018 International Saimoe League, with Rem, Hachiman Hikigaya and Violet Evergarden steering the ship forward into 2019. Be sure to keep voting for your favorite candidates at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate. And be sure to tune in to The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue, your home for coverage of the 2019 International Saimoe League, the world's premier anime character competition since 2008.
Hachiko wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:45 am
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Mai SHOULD have won, not Violet!

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:08 am
by Hachiko
RichardJoash wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:02 am
Hachiko wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:02 am
NEWS! Final News Bulletin For 2018!Show
ISML 2018: Rem Elected Saimoe Prime Minister!
Hachiman Hikigaya Elected Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister, Violet Evergarden Elected Speaker Of The Saimoe Diet

By Jo-Ryan Salazar
The Bedlam On Baltic Avenue
February 11, 2019


Match Days 8 and 9 of the 2019 International Saimoe League Postseason were combined into Election Day 2019, and Rem has been elected Saimoe Prime Minister for 2019, routing Kamui Kanna 36484-17795. Hachiman Hikigaya will be your new Deputy Saimoe Prime Minister after putting Archer to the sword 35856-15990, while Violet Evergarden has been named Speaker of the Saimoe Diet after a 30967-19221 belting of Mai Sakurajima.

In particular, Evergarden will have a special role of being a saimoe-exclusive aide to both the Japanese Imperial Househole and British Royal Family with Arthuria Pendragon, Saber, as a veteran assistant. This result is also named as the final Upset of the Round for the 2018 International Saimoe Season. Rem, who will be sworn in under the name Rem Natsuki, Hikigaya and Evergarden will sworn in during Golden Week 2019 in Japan.

Kaede Azusagawa finished in third place in the 2018 ISML Autumn Seasonal with a 23057-21671 victory over Alice Zubeg. Hitagi Senjougahara won the ISML Divine Circlet Female Division with a 27188-16810 win over Akame and in the Male Division, Alphonse Elric reigned supreme over Tsunayoshi Sawada, 21903-21077.

The top 16 characters in the male and female divisions form the Saimoe Cabinet for the forthcoming year and Election Day finalize the seating order on the Male and Female sides. Yukino Yukinoshita finished in third place with a 25603-21145 win over Asuna Yuuki Chtholly Nota Seniorious, the outgoing speaker of the Saimoe Diet, complete a strong debut campaign with a 23193-22910 thriller over Mashiro Shiina to finish fifth. Rikka Takanashi pounded Nanami Aoyama 26978-20986 for seventh, Emilia completed a ReZero sweep with a 28693-17376 hiding of Shiro for ninth, Rin Tohsaka outlasted Saber 23663-20811 for eleventh, Sakura Kinomoto won the closest race of a round, a 22808-22791 nailbiter over Sagiri Izumi for thirteenth, and Chiyo Sakura prevailed over Schwi Dola 22763-22044 to finish fifteenth.

In the Male Division, Levi Ackerman leveled Rikuy Dola 23991-21009 for third place, Rintarou Okabe was fifth after tearing down Shouto Todoroki 25501-19323, Nagisa Shiota defeated Willem Kmetsch 23125-21179 for seventh, Taki Tachibana cruised past Shirou Emiya 23719-21003 for ninth, Yuuta Togashi punched Saitama 27635-19368 for eleventh, Touma Kamijou broke Astolfo 23057-23182 for thirteenth and Takashi Natsume finished in fifteenth place after easing past Li Syaoran 22791-21280.

In other seasonal action, Index L. Prohibitorum won a 22186-22123 snoozer over Kuon Ohara, Rio Futaba defeated Narumi Momose 23323-20579, Ichigo cruised past Suzuha Amane 23244-20449 and Rikka Takarada finished the campaign on a winning note, getting the last laugh with a 23447-21167 smashing of Rinne Ohara. Index, Futaba, Ichigo, and Takarada join Sakurajima as members of Evergarden's special advisory council.

Thus concludes the 2018 International Saimoe League, with Rem, Hachiman Hikigaya and Violet Evergarden steering the ship forward into 2019. Be sure to keep voting for your favorite candidates at InternationalSaimoe.com and join the ongoing debate. And be sure to tune in to The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue, your home for coverage of the 2019 International Saimoe League, the world's premier anime character competition since 2008.
Hachiko wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:45 am
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Mai SHOULD have won, not Violet!
It was a spread-busting result. But you have a relative typing workhorse taking over for Chtholly. It's like for like and I can understand why the voters chose to go with Madame Evergarden. Ironically, Rikka gets a little bit of payback by finishing her campaign with a win.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:15 am
by liuxinyu970226
RichardJoash, if you have reason that how Rem's 30K+ votes are having contrabands, and you have enough evidences (screenshots, text records, videos, ...) to help judging your claim, feel free to contest the results (per chapter XIII.C.), but without evidences, I think Rem and their fans aren't problemic en masse.

The only thing which I'm a little depressed is, Rem is indeed the fourth Tiara winner that named without "K".

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:19 am
by Homura
Hachiko reports Hachiman's victory. Thanks Hachiko for a year of news! <3

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:23 am
by Homura
Summer Pockets wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:44 am
Congratulations to Hikigaya Hachiman!!
恭喜大老师!! :lol:
Yukino better follow up soon!

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:24 am
by Hachiko
Homura wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:19 am
Hachiko reports Hachiman's victory. Thanks Hachiko for a year of news! <3
Ahhh, but Saimoe goes on. Please look forward to coverage of the 2019 edition.
From The Bedlam on Baltic Avenue, where there's always something on down there.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:56 am
by IGNITE
Lower Seed > Higher SeedShow
> Rem > Kanna Kamui
Elimination: 8/30 (26.67%)
Gate Keepers* as of ISML 2018Show
*Characters defeated by the eventual winner from R16 onwards

Otonashi Yuzuru 4
Kinoshita Hideyoshi 3
Nagato Yuki 3
Shana 3
Shiina Mashiro 3
Shiro 3
Accelerator 2
Aisaka Taiga 2
Archer 2
Edward Elric 2
Eucliwood Hellscythe 2
Gokō Ruri (Kuroneko) 2
Hikigaya Hachiman 2
Kyon 2
Nakano Azusa 2
Okabe Rintarō 2
Tachibana Kanade 2
Yukinoshita Yukino 2
Aoyama Nanami 1
Aragaki Ayase 1
Araragi Koyomi 1
Charlotte Dunois 1
Emilia 1
Emiya Kiritsugu 1
Fate Testarossa 1
Gilgamesh 1
Hiiragi Kagami 1
Hiiragi Tsukasa 1
Hirasawa Yui 1
Ichinose Kotomi 1
Illyasviel von Einzbern 1
Jibril 1
Kamijō Tōma 1
Kashiwazaki Sena 1
Kirisaki Chitoge 1
Lelouch Lamperouge 1
Levi 1
Misaka Mikoto 1
Nakamura Yuri 1
Onodera Kosaki 1
Rem 1
Saitama 1
Sakagami Tomoyo 1
Sakata Gintoki 1
Shiota Nagisa 1
Suzumiya Haruhi 1
Tokisaki Kurumi 1
Tōsaka Rin 1

894/1471 (60.77%) in voted won/total voted for me, consider that a good year.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:22 am
by RichardJoash
liuxinyu970226 wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:15 am
RichardJoash, if you have reason that how Rem's 30K+ votes are having contrabands, and you have enough evidences (screenshots, text records, videos, ...) to help judging your claim, feel free to contest the results (per chapter XIII.C.), but without evidences, I think Rem and their fans aren't problemic en masse.

The only thing which I'm a little depressed is, Rem is indeed the fourth Tiara winner that named without "K".
Okay, I understand that but I am not talking about Rem, I am talking about Mai Sakurajima because she IS the true winner of the All-Season Tournament, not Evergarden.

NB: This is the worst day of my life. If you do not deal with this problem, it's okay.

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:23 pm
by Chibasa
RichardJoash wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 11:22 am
Okay, I understand that but I am not talking about Rem, I am talking about Mai Sakurajima because she IS the true winner of the All-Season Tournament, not Evergarden.

NB: This is the worst day of my life. If you do not deal with this problem, it's okay.
Last year Kanna lost at same match against Chtholly and in the end Kanna got further in PostSeason this year ~ Mai may have been defeated but she can recover and fight for Tiara next year (and take her revenge).

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 1:36 pm
by Toady
I should be very happy that my dear Rem won, but I haven't followed a lot the end of the tournament, so my hype is not very high ^^
But good results, I'm very satisfied :3

Re: Results: 2018 Elimination 8

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 3:08 pm
by Summer Pockets
Homura wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:23 am
Summer Pockets wrote:
Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:44 am
Congratulations to Hikigaya Hachiman!!
恭喜大老师!! :lol:
Yukino better follow up soon!
I hope she gets a necklace in 2019. :smile: