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Revision as of 20:44, 25 February 2011

Madoka Kaname
Madoka Chara Sheet.jpg
Japanese Name 鹿目 まどか (Kaname Madoka)
Seiyū Aoi Yuuki
Age 14
Weapon Bow(?)

Official Info

  • An average eighth-grader, the kind you could find anywhere. Even her bow-wielding magical girl form projects an air of kind friendliness. Her choker bears an impressively-sized red gem.
  • Ms. Aoki’s Design Check!: I drew her keeping in mind that as the main character she needs to be average, but also an exceptionally good girl. Hence her puffy, high-placed twin tails. The design and color of her ribbons took a lot of work, but in the end calmed down to something simple.
  • Magical girl outfit: Madoka was drawn to be the very image of a magical girl. I added an almost fairytale-ish hints, so hopefully female viewers will be charmed by her as well. (Aoki)
  • Full of tiny frills, with ribbons arranged at the neck, waist, and on the shoes. It’s perfectly “cute”, and seemingly unsuited for combat, but…
  • School uniform: Designed to convey the classy image of a private girls’ school, while not being -too- normal. Its distinguishing point is the small hole at the nape of the neck. (Aoki)
  • Of the heroines shown here, Madoka has the most childish body. Her legs are clad in pure, virginal white over-knee socks.
  • Kyuubey, Homura and Mami confirmed that Madoka has great magical potential.

Trivia

  • The first character of her last name (鹿) means "deer". The last character (目) means "eye."
  • Her last name can also be used as a first name.
  • Her last name sounds same as (要) the word means "keystone" or "hub".
  • Her first name is written in hiragana, which has no particular meaning. However, when written in kanji, it can mean "round" or "tranquil" (円).
  • Madoka has many stuffed animals similar in appearance to Kyuubey in her room.

Observations

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