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#1 by substanceof
2020-09-03 at 15:21
< report >How is this contradicts to Tsundere and Lazy? Both of these traits are pretty much true
#2 by kawaiifiveo
2020-09-03 at 15:35
< report >Does not seem tsundere to me because she retains her antagonistic/cold personality even towards the end of the story.

She does not seem notably lazy, considering that she is nearly always willing to follow the others when leaving the cabin to search for rescue.

Demanding/greedy seem more accurate when it comes to the supplies.
#3 by substanceof
2020-09-03 at 18:28
< report >> always willing to follow the others

I think it's natural when alternative is cold death. On the other hand, she is always the first to push any chores to someone else or just giving orders. Given her life achievements before the incident this indeed might be just excessive stubbornness, but her constantly lying on bed and doing nothing just emits an aura of laziness

> retains her antagonistic/cold personality

This is not particularly surprising since Satoru is swapping bodies with Kokoro and eventually appears in body of Enomoto, none of which Rin is familiar with, but given Satoru's flashbacks and several scenes in cabin she seems like a classic (as in "not modern") tsundere case, even if shown in a "non-linear" way
#4 by kawaiifiveo
2020-09-04 at 01:58
< report >Yeah, the fact that she appears to be a law student or graduate who has memorized large parts of Japanese law/constitution also seems that she has studied a lot. Plus she easily gets angry, argues a lot, is willing to physically fight and sabotage the other characters, and holds grudges. Her actions seem like those of intentional rebellion or resistance rather than laziness.

Classic Tsundere is possible but I'm not sure there is enough information about how her relationship with Satoru developed over time. We only know that, through memories, she was nice to the real Satoru before they split up, but not how they were when they started dating. Also, "Satoru's memories" of her are not entirely real.

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