Combat Pragmatist: In episode 13, during her duel with Rin, knowing she's really no match for her, Honoka instead tries for psychological warfare. She taunts Rin by hoping the latter wins, and thereby getting Sonora, the guest commentator during the contest, to reveal even more secrets and old embarrassing stories about her. Rin is visibly distraught by this, and as a result, ends up getting hit by Honoka when she's distracted by what the former just told her should she win.
A-Cup Angst: Jealous at Rento's big boobs in episode 6. Remember that both girls are of the same age, and are respectively the shortest and tallest in the club.
Combat Pragmatist: In episode 13, during her duel with Aoi, she deliberately leaves her ghillie suit in a very obvious and visible spot. Aoi thinks she's hiding in a very bad position, but then it turns out to be a decoy, and Yachiyo attacks her from above, wearing something much less camouflage-y.
The Napoleon: She gets quite agitated in episode 13 when audience members ask her about her age and height.
Small Girl, Big Gun: Her preferred weapon is a 1.23m long Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed.
Spell My Name with an S: Or rather, Spell My Name This Way Instead of That Way. Even though there's the Vehicular Theme Naming rule of the characters' surnames based on WWII Japanese battleships, her surname is Hinata instead of Hyuuga.
The Heart: Somehow fits this. She's tried to persuade Yura to return to C³ after learning that she joined Meisei. Although Ren failed, Yura did at least return to Stella after being booted out of Meisei's airsoft team. She even cried when confessing to trying to keep Yura in C³ by staying mum about her injuries.
Huge Schoolgirl: She's rather tall, especially when next to Yachiyo, the shortest member of the club.
Out of Focus: Especially since she's the one who was the first from C³ to meet, recruit and re-recruit Yura, you would expect some friendship between the two right? Nope. The story up until now focused on Yura's relations with C³ in general, and with Sonora.
Combat Medic: In medic mode, a "medic" is assigned to "patch up" fellow members who declared a hit, and can only fight in the last five minutes. Guess what Yura does in the last five.
The Determinator: Has a desire to win. Some viewers worry this will eventually break her. Sonora is also worried about her too. In episode 5's swimsuit battle, she notices that Yura tramples through a patch of flowers she herself was admiring the night before. The eventual break comes when her carelessness caused a Meisei girl to hurt her foot and Rin expels her, in episode 10.
I Just Want to Have Friends: A big motivator for her to ultimately join C³. At first she is reluctant, as they seem extremely weird to her, despite Rento finding her playing with Sonora's guns and watching her movies. However, after she sees how much fun they have with the matches, along with how friendly they are to each other, she decides to join to take part in their fun. FlashBacks to her time at other schools shows she was also often excluded from other people, and her Shrinking Violet tendencies didn't help it much.
Second Place Is for Losers: Locked in this mentality from her first tournament, until the eventual expelment from Meisei's airsoft team.
Serious Business: Beginning with her first tournament, where she meets fellow "Stop Having Fun" Girl Rin, she's taking airsofting more seriously than Serious Sam taking unseriousness seriously. This leads to Rento getting knee injuries (and not worrying about it) because she doesn't want to drag the team down, and the others unhappy, if not for the Training from Hell, then for how Yura takes everything too seriously. Also, Yura seeks to pin Rin with the act of attacking her and Sonora (which she didn't), so much that it upsets everyone else, and causing Yura to eventually quit C³. In the tenth episode, Yura even joins Meisei's airsoft club due to her thinking it will be the best choice for her. However, she is not being a team player, disobeys the leader's orders, and doing things she herself thinks is necessary to win the match, which disgusts even Rin, who removes Yura from the team. She is falling down THAT bad.
She's Back: Given advice by Chojirou after the Heroic BSOD, she picks up her spirit and prepares for Sonora's farewell game, Skorpion-in-hand.
Shrinking Violet: She is one at first. However, as she spends time with the C³ club, as well as having performed miserably during her first tournament, she gradually becomes more outgoing.
Took a Level in Badass: She was quite the scaredy cat at first, barely able to pick up her gun, let alone fire it. However, after her terrible performance in her first tournament, she resolves to become a much more skilled airsoft player. Unfortunately she takes it way too seriously, and loses sight of other things, such as her friendships with the C³ girls, in her quest to become better.
Took a Level in Jerkass: While she does become much better as a player as well as a commander, she takes things way too seriously. It gets to the point where some of the other girls are complaining about how the game isn't as fun anymore due to all the Training from Hell they're being forced through by Yura.
You Are in Command Now: She becomes the leader during the 24 hour tournament due to Sonora's sprained ankle. Usually it would be the vice president (either Karira or Honoka) who would take charge in an absence of a leader, however, seeing that Yura is committed to winning the tournament because it was her trying to find the sniper in the first place that caused Sonora's accident, the rest probably just waltzed along.
Meisei Girls' Academy Airsoft Team
An elite airsoft club. The club is lead by Rin, and they're really good in airsoft.
Curb-Stomp Battle: Defeats every other team in the 24-hour endurance, including Team Seto, Seikou Academy KGB, foreign teams, teams made of actual soldiers, and one that cosplays as Modern Warfare characters.
No Name Given: Any Meisei Airsoft club member that isn't Haruna Rin does not get her name mentioned.
Achilles' Heel + Fatal Flaw: Honoka uses psychological warfare on her in the Field Queen contest. Honoka tells Rin that if she wins, there will be lots of interviews, and Sonora (who is a commentator) will gladly retell lots of Sonora and Rin's childhood stories. Some of these memories are seen in Rin's imagination as Honoka is talking, including Rin falling down and crying, Rin having wet the bed, Rin getting a birthday cake and crying with happyness (which is kind of depressing, if you think about it), and a distraught Rin watching Sonora leave on a bus. While Rin is distracted by these thoughts, Honoka takes her out with a single shot.
Blood Knight: Prefers total annihilation of enemy team over completing an objective. Take the 24-hours tournament for a good example, where the main objective is to bring at least one flag to a safe zone. Team Meisei bust their opponents out, often luring them into playing zombie, before carrying multiple flags to the safe zone.
I Was Just Passing Through: Played with this trope. It's implied Rin may have been the one sniping Sonora, and Yura did see her at the scene. Then in episode 9 it's revealed Rin helped caught the perp behind the sniping.
Not So Different: Delivered to Yura, who shot her despite risking zombie-playing (insisting to play after getting hit) after getting hit by another Meisei member. Rin herself probably saw Yura playing zombie, but she didn't declare it, and even kept it a secret from the officials, resulting in a dishonourable win for Yura, and of course, Stella.
"Stop Having Fun" Girl: invoked Rin and Sonora learnt airsoft from the same mentor who was a soldier. After he got KIA, Rin turns into this almost immediately, seeking to excel in EVERYTHING so hard, Sonora estranged herself from her. This eventually affects Yura too, making her another "Stop Having Fun" Girl.
We Used to Be Friends: With Sonora. They do, however, patch up their relationship quite a bit near the end of the season when Rin comes to visit Sonora.
A team of airsofters from Kansai. May or may not be siblings.