This is a list of the tags that are used and exactly what they refer to.
Tagging Information and Guidelines
Face & Body Tags
Clothing & Equipment Tags
Head and Neck
Tagging Information and Guidelines
can be added to a character by clicking on the edit
button beside the character name. There is a small box where you can type in the tags that relate to the character. Tags are not only used for visual traits but can also be used to tag personality traits or special powers (such as Tsundere
and Fire Control
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will become one tag. If you are adding a new tag, please add it in the singular
form, ex. Hair Tube
instead of Hair Tubes
When adding a tag, please add only relevant information. If you tag a character with your username or spam, it will be deleted by a moderator and may also be blocked. If you want to remember the character, click on the "Add to Favorites" button in the side panel.
Below is a table of all the hair tags that are used. This will refer to hairstyles and objects that are in the hair of characters:
- hairclip - hair tube - hair loop - hair ribbon
- hair ribbons - hair bell - hair bobble - hair ornament
- hair tuft - hair spike - hair intakes - hair streak
- hairband - hairbow - headband - braid
- braids - bun - odango - pigtails
- ponytail - side ponytail - pompadour - spiky hair
- sleek hair - hime cut - blunt bangs - spiky bangs
- side hair - single bang - curly hair - v bangs
- ahoge - twin ahoge - multiple ahoge - hair over eyes
- mohawk - cheek curls - gradient hair - multicolour hair
- sideburns - rubber band - twin drills - wavy hair
- afro - topknot
will refer to any style of clips that holds back hair.
Examples: Single Hairclip
, Multiple Hairclips
, Unusual-Shaped Hairclip
refers to a tube-shaped item of various sizes that holds hair.
Examples: Small Tubes
, Large Tube
, Single Tube
is a loop or loops of hair.
Examples: Single Loop
, Dual Loops
, Multiple Loops
refers to a single ribbon tied into the hair. This usually refers to ribbons that tie up ponytails.
Examples: Hair Ribbon
, Hair Ribbon 2
, Hair Ribbon 3
are more than one ribbon that are tied into the hair. This also refers to ribbons that tie up pigtails.
Examples: Hair Ribbons
, Hair Ribbons 2
, Hair Ribbons 3
is a bell that in hanging from or tied into the hair.
Examples: Hair Bell
, Small Bells
, Large Bells
are beads that are used to tie up the hair.
Examples: Large Bobbles
, Small Bobbles
, Unusual-Shaped Bobbles
refers to any assorted decoration that is in the hair.
, Hair Ornament
, Ribbon Ornament
usually refers to when a person is bald with only a small tuft of hair at the top of the head.
Examples: Hair Tuft
, Hair Tuft 2
, Hair Tuft 3
is a single spike of hair that is large than an ahoge
Examples: Hair Spike
, Hair Spike 2
is when hair shows the lateral-striped front parts of the hair.
Examples: Large Intakes
, Medium Intakes
, Small Intakes
is a single coloured piece of hair.
Examples: Thin Streak
, Thick Streak
is a ribbon that forms a bow usually at the front of the head.
Examples: Large Hairbow
, Medium Hairbow
, Small Hairbow
is a band or ribbon that cross over the top of the hair. It does not touch the forehead.
, Hairband 2
, Hairband 3
is similar to a hairband but it touches the forehead.
, Headband 2
, Headband 3
is a small band that ties up the hair. It is a lot smaller than a hair tube
Examples: Rubber Band 1
, Rubber Band 2
, Rubber Band 3
is where the hair is woven into a single braid.
Examples: Thick Braid
, Thin Braid
, Bun Braid
is when there are more than 1 braid visible.
Examples: Thick Braids
, Thin Braids
, Multiple Braids
is when the hair is tied up into a ball shape.
Examples: Neat Bun
, Braid Bun
, Messy Bun
is where there are two round balls of hair. They may also have covers over the top of them.
, Covered Odango
, Odango Pigtails
are also known as twin tails
. Refers to when the hair is tied up in two parts.
Examples: Long Pigtails
, Short Pigtails
is where all the hair is drawn back into a single tail at the back of the head.
Examples: Long Ponytail
, Short Ponytail
is where a ponytail is drawn off to the side of the head.
Examples: Long Side
, Side Ponytail
, Short Side
is where the hair is drawn forward into a long cylinder.
, Pompadour 2
, Pompadour 3
is where the hair is noticeably spiky.
Examples: Large Spiky
, Small Spiky
, Uneven Spiky
is where there are no bangs showing and the hair is greased or brushed back.
Examples: Sleek Hair
, Sleek Hair 2
, Sleek Hair 3
is a style that has blunt bangs and two blunt pieces of hair near the bangs at the shoulders or at any other length.
Examples: Hime Cut
, Hime Cut 2
, Hime Cut 3
, Hime Cut 4
are when the bangs are cut completely straight.
Examples: Blunt Bangs
, Blunt Bangs 2
, Blunt Bangs 3
are when the bangs are noticeably spiky.
Examples: Spiky Bangs
, Spiky Bangs 2
, Spiky Bangs 3
is when the top part is bald except for some hair around the ears. It usually refers to old men.
Examples: Side Hair
, Side Hair 2
, Side Hair 3
is when there is only 1 bang.
Examples: Single Bang
, Single Bang 2
, Single Bang 3
is where the bangs form a "v" shape at the front.
Examples: V Bangs
, V Bangs 2
, V Bangs 3
is where the hair is either curled into a ring shape.
Examples: Curly Hair
, Extremely Curly
is where the hair flows in a wavy form. This is NOT curly hair.
Examples: Wavy Hair
is where the hair curls up at the cheeks.
Examples: Cheek Curls
, Cheek Curls 2
, Cheek Curls 3
are long strips of hair that run down by the ears.
, Sideburns 2
, Sideburns 3
is where the head is shaved on both sides except for the top part which is usually spike up into a strip of hair.
, Mohawk 2
, Mohawk 3
is where the hair is so curly it makes a giant ball.
Examples: Giant Afro
, Small Afro
is a piece of hair that stick up from the top of the head.
Examples: Long Ahoge
, Short Ahoge
is when there are two ahoge
coming from the top of the head.
Examples: Twin Ahoge
, Twin Ahoge 2
, Twin Ahoge 3
is when there are more than 2 ahoge.
Examples: Triple Ahoge
, Multiple Ahoge
, Multiple Ahoge
is where the hair has two or more different colours.
Examples: Dual Colour
, Tri Colour
is where the hair blends into the next colour.
, Gradient 2
, Gradient 3
are a style of curly pigtails that form a pointed end.
, Pointed hair
, High drills
Hair over eyes
is when the fringe completely hides away the eyes of a person.
Examples: Fringe over eyes
is a bun that is at the top of the head. It is sometimes separated by a tall hair tube.
Examples: Female Topknot
, Sumo Topknot
Face & Body Tags
Below is a table of all the face and body tags. These tags refer to items or defining marks on or around the face and body:
-glasses -sunglasses -swirl glasses -goggles
-mole -sharp teeth -fang -fangs
-moustache -beard -goatee -one eye showing
-no eyebrows -large eyebrows -cyclops -triclops
-closed eyes -heterochromia -eyepatch -symbol in eyes
-piercing -facial scar -facial mark -lipstick
-lips -makeup -robot ears -dark
-blue skin -green skin -yellow skin -red skin
-purple skin -gray skin -tanned -midriff
-furry -centaur -naga -tattoo
-scar -stitches -claws -paws
-trap -reverse-trap -zombie -albino
-earrings -heavy -bunny ears -pointy ears
-cat ears -wolf ears -dog ears -horns
-fins -mermaid -harpy -Kyonyuu
-goo -multiple arms -freckles
are a pair of clear-lensed reading glasses worn by characters.
Examples: Standard Glasses
are a pair of glasses that have a distinct swirl pattern inside them.
Examples: Swirly Glasses
are any sort of dark or coloured-lens glasses. You usually cannot see the eyes behind them.
, Coloured Sunglasses
are broad glasses that are strapped to the head. They are usually worn for swimming or flying.
Examples: Flying Goggles
, Swimming Goggles
are darker spots that are on the skin.
is different from freckles in that there is only one spot. It can be in various places on the face.
, Mole 2
refers to people who have noticeably jagged teeth. It can also be used with animals
Examples: Sharp Teeth
, Sharp Teeth
is when the person only has one fang such as kawaii
is when the person has more than 1 fang such as vampires or nekojin.
is facial hair that grows under the nose.
, Thin Moustache
is a small beard that forms a tuft of hair on the chin.
Examples: Strip Goatee
, Pointed Goatee
is anything that is larger than a goatee
, Long Beard
One eye showing
is when the hair or a piece of clothing covers one eye. It is usually never visible.
Examples: One Eye
, One Eye 2
is where the character has thicker than average eyebrows as a defining feature.
Examples: Large Brows
, Large Brows 2
is when a character has no visible eyebrows.
Examples: No Brows
, No Brows
is where a character has only 1 eye.
, Cyclops 2
is when a character has 3 eyes.
, Triclops 2
is where the character has perpetually closed eyes.
Examples: Closed Eyes
, Closed Eyes
is when a character has two different coloured eyes.
Symbol in eyes
is where a strange symbol other than a pupil is inside the eye.
Examples: Eye Symbol
, Eye Symbol 2
is when a patch is used to cover over an eye.
, Bandage Eyepatch
is anything other than an earring.
Examples: Face Piercings
, Multiple Earrings
are piercings in the ears. They can be 1 in each ear or just 1.
Examples: Single Earring
is where the character has scar that appear on the face.
Examples: Facial Scar
, Facial Scar
is when there is face painting or a mark other than a scar on the face.
Examples: Face Tattoo
is where the character is known for always wearing lipstick.
, Lipstick 2
is when the character has large lips.
Examples: Large Lips
, Large Lips 2
is when the character is wearing makeup other than lipstick. Usually refers to eye makeup.
Examples: Eye Makeup
, Face makeup
refers to any sort of mechanised ear pieces.
Examples: Small Ears
, Tall Ears
refers to any kind of animal ears. For a complete list, please see the available tags above.
Examples: Bunny Ears
, Dog Ears
, Cat Ears
also refers to elf ears
Examples: Large Elf Ears
, Small Points
refers to any sort of wooden or bone protrusion from the head.
Examples: Unicorn Horn
, Large Horns
, Small Horns
refers to any sort of fin on the face or body.
Examples: Ear Fins
, Body Fins
means people that have black or very dark brown skin.
Examples: Black Skin
, Dark Brown
refers to any variety of colour skin. They will always be labelled "[colour] skin".
Examples: Blue Skin
, Red Skin
is when you can see the mid-section of a person.
is an animal with human qualities or a human with animal parts.
Examples: Humanoid Dog
, Cat Girl
is someone who is half-bird, half-human.
Examples: Chibi Harpy
is someone who is half-snake, half-human. They may also be called Lamia
is someone who has the tail of a fish instead of legs.
is any sort of mark on the body that is not a scar
Examples: Shoulder Tattoo
, Body Tattoo
is a mark left from a wound that has healed.
Examples: Multiple Scars
, Large Single Scar
are usually where a scar has been sewn together and the marks are still visible.
are long, sharp fingernails or a type of weapon.
Examples: Nail Claws
, Weapon Claws
are animal parts that take place instead of hand and/or feet.
Examples: Full Paws
, Hand Paws
is when a character is fatter than the other cast.
Examples: Heavy Girl
, Heavy Boy
is a male that dresses like a female.
is a female that dresses like a male.
Examples: Reverse Trap
, Reverse Trap
is where a woman has very large breasts, usually refers to anything over 90cm.
Examples (may be NSFW): Large
, Very Large
, Extremely large
Below is a table of all the animal tags. Animal tags are added when searching for that particular animal or a person who turns into that animal.
-dog -wolf -cat -bunny
-pig -turtle -raven -owl
-parrot -sheep -frog -salamander
-hamster -ape -rooster -spider
-fox -jellyfish -snake -dragon
-monkey -lion -bear -mouse
-insect -squid -rat
Clothing and equipment Tags
Below is a table of all the clothing tags. Some of them refer to jewellery and accessories that are not really clothing but equipment:
-arm band -armband -arm guards -arm warmers
-boxer -bracelet -gloves -fingerless gloves
-opera gloves -detached sleeves
-animal hat -bandana -beanie -beret
-blindfold -eyepatch -cap -cowboy hat
-crown -tiara -earmuffs -earphones
-headphones -mask -half mask -gas mask
-domino mask -hat -top hat -turban
-headdress -helmet -hood -santa hat
-apron -armor -bikini -bikini top
-bra -cape -coat -corset
-crop top -dress -gown -jumpsuit
-labcoat -gakuran -school uniform
-3/4 pants -hakama -belt -garter belt
-bandage -bandages -beads -collar
-tie -bow tie -bolo tie -v tie
-clover -cross -drill -fan
-geta -sandals -boots -thigh-high boots
-pumps -sneakers -slippers
Arm Region Tags
These tags will refer to clothing on the hands, arms and shoulders.
refers to cuffs, sweat bands or a ribbon tied around the arms.
, Sweat bands
is usually worn with a school uniform. It is a single band around the upper arm.
Examples: School Armband
, Military Armband
are thick pieces of armour that protect the forearms.
Examples: Wooden Guards
, Cloth Guards
, Metal Guards
are any sort of covering that goes over the hands. They are anything up to the elbows.
are gloves that do not have covering over the fingers.
Examples: Fingerless Gloves
are long gloves that reach above the elbows.
Examples: Opera Gloves
is used if the character is either a boxer or is wearing boxing gloves.
, Boxing Gloves
is jewellery that is worn around the wrists.
Examples: Multiple bracelets
, Single bracelet
are sleeves that are not attached to the rest of the outfit.
Examples: Detached sleeves
, Detached sleeves
These tags will refer to clothing that are usually in a set, such as shrine maidens.
, also commonly called Miko
, is Japanese priestess that wears a red hakama and a white haori.
Examples: Miko dress
is an outfit worn by female servants. They usually consist of a black dress with a white apron and headdress.
Examples: Traditional maid outfit
, Japanese maid outfit
is an outfit worn by children that attend a school. They can come in many styles, the most popular being the sailor fuku.
Examples: School Uniform
, Sailor Fuku
is a traditional Japanese school uniform worn by boys. It resembles a military uniform.
Examples: Traditional Gakuran
, Coloured Gakuran
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May 18, 2013
> Done. Don't reply to them though - need to delete replies too to delete a thread.
May 18, 2013
> Two spam threads in the Forum. I'm tempted to delete them…
May 17, 2013
> OHSHC is one of the best animes ever.
May 17, 2013
> Ouran High School Host Club is awesome!!!!!!
May 17, 2013
> I can't help but thinking "poor characters, always seen with this negative connotation of 'traps', they probably just want to be considered as human beings"… I would feel offended if I was called a 'trap'.
May 17, 2013
> Ohohoho, I love those traps XD
They get you every time.