|Name in Japanese||凸守 早苗|
|Romaji Translation||Dekomori Sanae|
|Debut (Anime)||Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai! Episode 03: The Twin Tails... of Heresy|
|Voice Actor (Japanese)||Sumire Uesaka|
|Height||143 cm (4'8")|
|Title||Third Year Junior High Schooler (Anime only), Mjolnir Hammer|
Sanae Dekomori (凸守 早苗 Dekomori Sanae) is a side character from the Japanese anime, Chūnibyō Demo Koi ga Shitai!. She is voiced by Sumire Uesaka in the anime.
Sanae Dekomori is Rikka Takanashi's childhood friend since they met each other two years ago via internet. Similar to Rikka, she is also suffering from eighth grader syndrome. She has long twintails tied with small weighted bags that she calls "Mighty Mjolnir Maul" that "makes men meet their mortality". She hates milk very much but still forced herself to drink it everyday, hoping to grow taller. She is prone to motion sickness easily.
A year ago, Sanae posted queries about parallel worlds on the internet. She had replies from “Tyrant’s Eye” and “Mori Summer” and that delighted her. She later found out that “Tyrant’s Eye” was her master in a previous life and decides to become her servant once again. She is trying to seek out “Mori Summer” which Shinka Nibutani later revealed to be herself, however, Sanae does not believe her and so she always addresses Shinka as “fake Mori Summer”. She is also very smart and has the best scores in her whole grade. By the end of the series, she is shown to come from a wealthy family, in one instance arriving at a location in an upper-class sedan, and having a butler in tow.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
She has long twintails tied with small weighted bags that she calls "Mighty Mjolnir Maul”. She has small blue eyes and considered short. She hates to drink milk and other dairy products. She respects her master, Rikka but the opposite towards Shinka. She is quite popular in her class because she has excellent results in mathematics. At that young age, she already finished middle school maths curriculum and can solve high school question easily. She often ends her sentence with "desu", more likely to accentuate the word "death".