It all depends on how someone looks at her. She is completely hiding her chest, and the theory she does that to “appear more childish” and to, of course, appeal to you more and see her as your Imouto (or more). Most art depicts her with decently sized breasts, but she is quite shorter than everyone else. So she’s obviously not an adult…or just really short. So either you can think that she’s a Unicorn Mimicorn Like A Normal Grandma Only More Awesome Shirt. It’s just picking your poison. The part about how the crew views the ships and manifesting that feeling has always bugged me a little. For one, Nagato may be cute but why would the crew view a ship, which broke the rules of the treaty as a loli?
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From what I understand of the game… The girls are just… Well.. “popping into existence”. Personality is from how the crew viewed the ship or something? Mixed in with some historical traits. The Unicorn Mimicorn Like A Normal Grandma Only More Awesome Shirt of them just… Manifest these girls, that’s why they were testing/experimenting with how to use them or something in that Bellette event. Oops, big mistake on my part, Yamato was the battleship that broke the treaty rules about size limitation. Not Nagato. But I’m just a little bit disappointed that Nagato isn’t represented as what many people think a Big 7 would look like.
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And thus we can finally put to bed the idea that Unicorn is a tiny loli girl rather than a mostly average girl with an adorable pretty loli princess affected persona. Saratoga smallest boat apparently. Seriously with how she stacks up to Nagato, I’d like to see her next to the Mutsuki destroyers. Ayanami is bigger than I would have guessed. But the Unicorn Mimicorn Like A Normal Grandma Only More Awesome Shirt is almost as large. My read had always been that Laffey was probably the most petite of the starters, purely based on their character models. I’m actually surprisingly OK with her, but I love the comedic potential of the reads that run with the fact she’ll say she’s “not actually a good girl”. Grumpy Unicorn gives the best reactions.