Name: Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko 「筒隠月子」
Title Series:Hentai Ōji to Warawanai Neko.
Voiced by:Ogura Yui

Career ISML Performance
2014: 8th Place Nova Division. Record: (28-0-7)
2014: 15th Place League Finals
2015: 11th Place Nova Division. Record: (23-0-12)

Moe Tournament Résumé
1st Place - Girls Bracket 2013
Quarterfinalist - Japan Saimoe 2013
Round 2 - Great Awwnime Bracket 2014
Round 4 - Best Girl Contest 2014
Round of 144 - Animefans Saimoe Tournament 2014
Round 2 - Best Girl Contest 2015
2013: Anime Saimoe Tournament - Quarterfinalist
2013: Baidu Nova Moe - Round of 32
2013: The Great Awwnime Bracket - 1st Place
2014: Animefans Saimoe Tournament - Round of 144
2014: AnimeGirl Saimoe Tournament - Round of 32
2014: Baidu Anime Saimoe Tournament - Round of 64
2014: Baidu Harem Moe - Round of 32
2014: Baidu Nova Moe - Round of 32
2014: Best Girl Contest - Round of 64
2015: AnimeGirl Saimoe Tournament - Round of 32
2015: Baidu Harem Moe - Round of 32
2015: Best Girl Contest - Round of 256
2015: Hongkong Golden Saimoe - Round of 48
2015: Miss Anime Tournament - Round of 32
2016: AnimeGirl Saimoe Tournament - Round of 32
2016: Best Girl Contest - Round of 512

There once was a little boy who had many friends. However, the boy was very immature and was unable to control his own emotions. When his friends disappeared for a while, he became extremely sad and angry and chose to hide his face under a mask – a terribly wicked and evil mask. This mask concealed the boy's true feelings, but it ended up controlling him and causing endless problems for the people of his land.

While she wears no mask, Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko has an impressive façade of her own – a stone dead face incapable of expressing any emotion at all. Her perfect poker face was a gift, or maybe a curse, given to Tsukiko by a supposedly magical statue. Tsukiko did in fact wish for the statue to make her more mature and less obvious with her emotions. But, like most flippant gods, the god of the statue chose to grant a literal interpretation of the wish, bringing Tsukiko unexpected trouble.

Of course, Tsukiko's newly acquired magical ailment is not entirely a burden. Thanks to the statue's gift, she finally acquires the freedom to speak her mind. Whereas before, her childish face and emotional explosions made it difficult for her to convey what she really wanted to say, Tsukiko now has the ability to be something she never could: an absolutely brutal snarker. Her dead-set poker face hides all her pain and suffering, allowing her to put up a strong front without showing a hint of weakness. Her face reflects only apathy; her tone is cold and monotonous. No longer betrayed by her flushed cheeks and naturally expressive eyes, Tsukiko can now tackle the obstacles in life that she has never dared to face before: her sister, her mother, and one particularly perverted neighborhood boy.

While the gifts and curses of the statue are said to be reversible, Tsukiko is hesitant to make the attempt. After all, would it be wise to get rid of the curse that opened so many new doors in her life? One that helped her make new friends and finally gained her the attention of the one boy she had longed to catch the eyes of?

Whatever choice she will need to make in the end, Tsukiko is no longer afraid to act according to the stirring of her heart. After all, it is no longer possible for her to lose face.

Past Notable Matches

ISML 2014 Regular Season: (8th Place)
Aquamarine 2: 3870-3920 to Yatogami Tōka (Date A Live)
Ruby 2: 2365-2264 over Nibutani Shinka (Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai!)
Emerald 2: 2483-2587 to Chitanda Eru (Hyōka)
Emerald 6: 2297-2238 over Takanashi Rikka (Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai!)
Topaz 2: 2483-2654 to Yoshino (Date A Live)

ISML 2014 Championship: (15th Place)
Round of 16: 2851-3491 to Shiina Mashiro (Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo)

ISML 2014 Regular Season: (11th Place)
Amethyst 7: 3557-3490 over Asada Shino (Sword Art Online)
Emerald 5: 2817-2758 over Shiba Miyuki (Mahōka Kōkō no Rettōsei)
Topaz 4: 3034-3154 over Miyazono Kaori (Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso)

Girls Bracket 2013: (1st Place)
Quarterfinals: 1117-1106 over Makise Kurisu (Steins;Gate)
Semifinals: 1142-988 over Misaka Mikoto (Toaru Majutsu no Index)
Finals; 1255-1146 over Chitanda Eru (Hyōka)

Japan Saimoe 2013: (Quarterfinalist)
Round 5: 252-206 over Hasegawa Kobato (Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai)
Quarterfinals: 86-182 to Sakura Kyōko (Puella Magi Madoka ☆ Magica)

Great Awwnime Bracket 2014: (Round 2)
Round 2: 336-420 to Yūki Asuna (Sword Art Online)

Best Girl Contest 2014: (Round 4)
Round 4: 2630-4167 to Jibril (No Game No Life)

Animefans Saimoe Tournament 2014: (Round of 144)
Round of 144: (154)-(451 + 16)-(309) to Tokisaki Kurumi (Date A Live) & Matsumae Ohana (Hanasaku Iroha)

Best Girl Contest 2015: (Round 2)
Round 2: 2555-4645 to Nia Teppelin (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)