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Double-Elimination BracketEdit

Shana Hinagiku
Shana
Hitagi Hinagiku Hitagi
Shana
Saber Saber
Haruhi
Haruhi Hinagiku Saber
Mikoto
Taiga Yuki
Taiga Shana
Nagi Yuki Nagi
Mikoto
Mikoto Shana Nagi
Mikoto
Nadeko Shana Nadeko
Mio
Mio Mio Akiyama Azusa Taiga
Mio Mikoto
Yui Taiga Yui
Mio Azusa
Yuki Yui
Yuki Mikoto
Kyou Taiga Kyou
Mio
Azusa Haruhi
Azusa
Tomoyo Haruhi Tomoyo
Azusa
Hinagiku Tomoyo
Hinagiku
Kagami Kagami

SummaryEdit

AquamarineEdit

With the new change of having 50 contestants in the Regular Season, the competition for the necklaces would be faster, yet fiercer. Tomoyo Sakagami, the defending Aquamarine Necklace winner, lost to Hinagiku Katsura at Aquamarine 1. Tomoyo would have to immediately relinquish her title due to an early loss. With the Aquamarine necklace vacated, all contestants set their eyes on it. By the end of the Aquamarine period, Mikoto Misaka would face Taiga Aisaka on what would be the match to determine who would win the Aquamarine Necklace. Although Mikoto won the match, it was Mio Akiyama who would bypass Mikoto in the leader-board due to her high SDO. Because she was on top of the leader-board, Mio would become the new ISML Aquamarine Necklace winner, her first ISML necklace. The new change also added exhibition matches in every round.

TopazEdit

By the end of the Topaz period, Yuki Nagato, the defending ISML Topaz Necklace winner, lost to Shana at Topaz 7. Because of this loss, Yuki would have to relinquish her necklace. Mikoto Misaka would face Hinagiku Katsura on what would be the match to determine who would win the Topaz Necklace. Although Hinagiku defeated Mikoto, it was Taiga Aisaka who would bypass Hinagiku in the leader-board due to her high SDO. Taiga would become the new ISML Topaz Necklace winner, her first ISML necklace.

AmethystEdit

Because Suigintou was not a part of the 50 contestants, a new Amethyst Necklace winner must be crowned. By the end of the Amethyst period, Shana received a surprising loss from Mio Akiyama, ending her undefeated streak. Yuki Nagato and Saber would face off to determine the new ISML Amethyst Necklace winner. Yuki defeated Saber and became the new ISML Amethyst Necklace winner. This necklace was befitting for her, for she is a silent and protective person. She became the fourth girl to have two necklaces in her ISML career.

SapphireEdit

By the end of the Sapphire Period, Shana, the defending Sapphire Necklace winner, would face Mikoto Misaka for the necklace. Shana won the match and became the first girl to successfully retain her ISML necklace. She also became the first girl to obtain three necklaces in her ISML career, the highest amount that any ISML participant had.

EmeraldEdit

Because Suiseiseki was not a part of the 50 contestants, a new Emerald Necklace winner must be crowned. A match that surprised many votes was Nagisa Furukawa vs. Hitagi Senjougahara at Emerald 3. Nagisa, a 20th tier girl, defeated Hitagi, a 13th tier girl (1914-1865). By the end of the Emerald period, Shana would face Kyou Fujibayashi to determine the new ISML Emerald Necklace winner. Shana defeated Kyou and became the new ISML Emerald winner. Shana became the third girl to receive two necklaces in one season, the second girl to have back-to-back necklace wins, and the first girl to have four necklaces, beating her own record of three necklace wins.

RubyEdit

A surprising match that caught the voters off-guard was Nagisa Furukawa vs. Fate Testarossa at Ruby 3, where Nagisa, a 21st tier girl, defeated Fate, a 15th tier girl (1994-1966). By the end of the Ruby period, Hinagiku, the defending Ruby Necklace winner, lost to Shana at Ruby 7. This loss ended her undefeated streak and forced her to vacate her Ruby Necklace. Mio Akiyama would face Taiga Aisaka on what would be the match to determine the new Ruby necklace winner. Although Taiga defeated Mio and her undefeated streak, it was Mikoto Misaka who bypassed Taiga in the leader-board due to her high SDO. Mikoto became the new ISML Ruby Necklace winner, her first ISML necklace.

DiamondEdit

Because Shinku was not a part of the 50 contestants, a new Diamond Necklace winner must be crowned. A match that was considered an upset was Ui Hirasawa vs. Fate Testarossa at Diamond 6, where Ui, a 30th tier girl, defeated Fate, a 17th tier girl (2175-2145). This loss cost Fate the chance to return to the Top 16 once again. By the end of the Diamond period, Shana would face Taiga Aisaka to determine the new Diamond Necklace winner. Shana defeated Taiga, becoming the new ISML Diamond Necklace winner. She is the first girl to receive five necklaces in her ISML career and the first girl to have three necklaces in one season.

EliminationEdit

Final Standing
Rank Name Series
1 Akiyama Mio K-ON!
2 Misaka Mikoto Toaru Majutsu no Index
3 Shana Shakugan no Shana
4 Nakano Azusa K-ON!
5 Katsura Hinagiku Hayate no Gotoku!
6 Aisaka Taiga Toradora!
7 Nagato Yuki Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu
8 Suzumiya Haruhi Suzumiya Haruhi no Yūutsu
9 Hirasawa Yui K-ON!
10 Sanzen'in Nagi Hayate no Gotoku!
11 Sakagami Tomoyo CLANNAD
12 Saber Fate/stay night
13

Fujibayashi Kyō

CLANNAD
14 Hiiragi Kagami Lucky ☆ Star
15 Senjōgahara Hitagi Bakemonogatari
16 Sengoku Nadeko Bakemonogatari

Bold: Necklace(s) Winner

Exhibition MatchesEdit

AquamarineEdit

TopazEdit

AmethystEdit

SapphireEdit

EmeraldEdit

RubyEdit

DiamondEdit

See AlsoEdit


Saimoe Directory
Anime Saimoe Tournament
AST200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013

2014

Best Moe Tournament
KBM2006200720082009201020112012
International Saimoe League
ISML2008200920102011201220132014
Information
What is Saimoe?Saimoe ParticipantsSaimoe WinnersSaimoe Records

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