It’s important to note that this particular character trope is tricky to associate with male characters simply because the traits of a tsundere can be confused for “male” traits.To put it in perspective, it is much simpler to single out a woman who appears uncaring but isn’t as a tsundere than it is to connect a man’s presumed apathy with a hidden care.Naraku isn't the only dangerous being around and something else is trying to steal the shards, both from him and Kagome. When he goes to Totosai to demand a sword to be forged, he meets an unexpected assistant that will have a role in forging his sword. Sesshoumaru despises the blade his father has left him.Be it positive saying or negative, there are always consequences to what happens when one speaks and the other hears them.
Some people might even actually label Alto as such, but the issue at hand is that Alto never truly shows his “warmer side.” At least in the anime, while he might lend himself to cute moments, he ultimately fails to have any true feelings.
Twenty-four Tributes, a deathly circus: in the year of the thirty-second edition of the Hunger Games, Capitol City's ruthless rules haven't changed.
Only one among the boys and the girls drawn by the Reaping will survive the Arena, and Sesshoumaru Taisho is fully aware of it when he volunteers despite the attempts to dissuade him made by his father, former Victor and current Mentor for District 1.
Surprisingly, Wikipedia has a better, or rather more encompassing, definition of tsundere: , pronounced [tsɯndeɽe]) is a Japanese term for a character development process that describes a person who is initially cold and even hostile towards another person before gradually showing a warmer side over time.
The takeaway is that a tsundere character must be first perceived as cold, but must eventually reveal his or her true caring self.