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Gōda Moemi
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Japanese 業田 萌美
Furigana ごうだ もえみ
Gender Female
Hair Color Black
Personal Status
Like Training Ōno Akira
Information
Seiyū 伊藤静
Anime debut Round 2

Gōda Moemi is the personal instructor serving the Ōno Zaibatsu. She at times abuses her powers as instructor and makes Ono suffer from overworking such as studying and practice with no tolerance of gaming.

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Appearance[]

Goda sports black hair tied into a ponytail with bangs and she wears a red bow on the back of her head.The most apparent in her appearance is her weird glasses,often she wears a yellow sweater with a skirt and yellow leggings,on her sweater there is a large jewel.

Personality[]

She is extremely strict with Ono because of her position in the Ono family but is shown to care for her,sometimes she comes off rude because of her position and her wanting the daughters of the Ono family to be prepared for their future.

Story[]

Goda is known as the Ono family tutor. She had trained Akira's sister Makoto, before, but then decided to give up on her because Makoto was a rebellious child. She is very strict with Ono, but could sometimes show empathy, like the time she had made an excuse to go see her mom so Ono can go to Osaka with Haruo

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Manga (Hi Score Girl - Hi Score Girl DASH) - Anime (Season 1 - Season 2) - Timeline - Translations
Characters
Main characters
Yaguchi Haruo - Ōno Akira - Hidaka Koharu
Supporting characters
Gamers
Ma-kun - Nikotamagawa Felicia - Raging Girl
Students
Doi Genta - Miyao Kōtarō - Onizuka Chihiro
Adults
Gōda Moemi - Jīya - Numata - Ōno Makoto - Shōgakkō-sensei - Tōno Reiko - Yaguchi Namie
Video game characters
Dhalsim - Gōki - Guile - Guy - Honda - Nash - Phobos - Vega - Zangieff
Organizations
Capcom - Koei Tecmo - Konami - Ōno Zaibatsu - Square Enix - SNK - Taito
Locations
Kanagawa
Airport - Candy Store - Flower Garden - Gashadokuro Game Center - Hidaka Mart - Jōran Kōkō - Marumiya Game Center - Minami Chū - Minami Shō - Mizonokuchi - Ōno Mansion - Totsuka Shop - Yaguchi House
Tōkyō
Shibuya
Others
Biwa - Kawasaki - Kyōto - Los Angeles - Ōsaka
Video games
Gaming platforms
Arcade - Famicom - Game Boy - Super Famicom - PC Engine - PC Engine GT - PlayStation - Sega Saturn - Game Gear - Virtual Boy - Neo Geo CD
Games
Final Fantasy - Final Fight - Kung-Fu - Samurai Spirits - Street Fighter - Tekken - Vampire Savior - Virtua Fighter - Yie Ar Kung-Fu - Karateka
Media
Music
"New Stranger" (OP) - "Hōkago Distraction" (ED)
Personnel
Staffs
Oshikiri Rensuke (mangaka) - Yamakawa Yoshiki (anime director) - Urahata Tatsuhiko (anime writer) - Kuwabata Michiru (anime character designer) - Shimomura Yōko (composer)
Seiyū