If type A's are the tsuntsun, does that mean that type B's are the deredere?
Pretty much but not limited to being constant lovey dovey as their default mood.
Type B are closer to a more normal behavior that only acts tsun in certain situations but not as a default pattern to every thing. Many times their tsun has a reason too since the guy is teasing them. This tsundere are not like those Kugimiya Rie lolis that never shut-up and hit people and their dere is more honest. They are more mature and don't act all tsun after showing little affection(dere) to hide themselves because they are too immature to show their feelings.
Examples are amazing characters like Makise Kurisu and Isayama Yomi.
BatoKusanagi said: LOL Yandere? She even calls herself a tsundere in the anime and the LN.
You're really arguing with the Yandere part? Remember the part when she kidnapped him? Or the part where Araragi was seriously worried she'd kill a certain girl? Or the part where she threatened him all of her scenes?
Meh, all tsundere. Watch Yuno for actual yandere behaviour.
I find that the application of the _____dere fad has gotten a bit out of hand. Why does the fanbase seem so intent on classifying every character like this when the basic descriptions are so limited? And to that end it seems like people add a new _____dere when nothing else from jargon can apply. I've found it at least uncommon for tsundere and kuudere to overlap as the cast member in question need not necessarily kick your face in or be cynical/blunt. And dandare, in all honesty, seems more like a variant on the kuudere.
So what else are we going to add to the dictionary? Kamidere? Genkidere? Sugoidere? This whole phenomenon is just ridiculous. @_@
Yandere>Tsundere> rest for me.
Yandere are like even better than Tsundere because:
We can see so much tsundere, that the genre becomes boring after some times (like shonen, well imo)
Yandere prove their love by being much more than just words and slapsticks. And usually have a real backstory as a reason for that.
Well, I just love Yandere, much more attaching than basic Tsundere...
"The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself."
Personally, I like Deredere... It makes me go kyaa. Shame there aren't terribly many characters like that.
Second is Tsundere, but its not because I like them or anything!
Third is Himedere/Kamidere as they're pretty much the same thing unless we're using hime to represent "Kind and noble on the outside"
Fourth is Dandere because... I dunno. *Looks away*
And last is Yandere. Because they usually aren't done very well or are just dislikable characters... IMIHO.