Though perhaps not the actual Trope Maker, Shana certainly popularized this specific combination of characteristics and they are becoming an extremely common archetype, especially in Light Novels. This series of characters even had direct shout outs to the original, effectively identifying them as Expies of Shana, but then came some other, indirectly related characters following the formula, resulting in the formation of a whole new archetype rather than a collection of Expies, in much the same way as the Rei Ayanami Expy came to be.
Adding to the archetype are a number of more 'optional' traits which have come to be associated with these characters, some of which did not originate with Shana herself:
The character addresses the Love Interest in some extremely demeaning manner, such as treating him as her property, as being lower than human, or lower in status, even using belittling names like "dog", "slave", or "toy" instead.
The character may carry some type of weapon, commonly a katana or whip, which she uses to beat the male Love Interest with when he defies her. (Louise actually has a riding crop, which she sometimes uses to whip her familiar/Love Interest, Saito.)
The quote provided on the top of the page ("Urusai! Urusai! Urusai!"/"Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!") will often be uttered by these characters.
Shinku of Rozen Maiden could be considered another archetype. She's (even) smaller than the other girls on this list — which is justified by being, well, a doll — but she has the same proportions and hair, and while she's not conscious of her body like other examples, she otherwise retains most typical personality attributes: bossy, abusive to Jun, and pretty much in control of his domestic life (despite technically being her master), but also deeply cares about him as more than just her medium. It's unclear whether she is romantically interested, but Suiseiseki (who definitely is) recognizes that she shares the closest bond with him out of all the dolls.
Louise de la Valliere of Zero No Tsukaima is a short girl with long pink hair as well as a noblewoman and a mage, whose Love Interest, Saito, was summoned from Earth to serve as her familiar. She brutally beats him with a riding crop or a whip and refers to him as "slave" and "commoner", wears Grade A Zettai Ryouiki, and is in competition with several other girls for Saito's heart though she ultimately wins. This is leveled out by showing occasional moments of kindness. Kugimiya Point: 2
Taiga Aisaka of Toradora is a deconstruction of the archetype: part of the roots of her short temper, besides issues with her small body, flat chest and childlike appearance, stems from lack of social skills and having to deal with a broken family. Also, her body issues due to her looks are portrayed in a more realistic way (i.e. she uses her temper as a cover for deep-seated insecurities over her lack of height and curves), and she must learn to tone down her aggression to win over her Love Interest, Ryuuji, as well as dealing with her psychological problems.. Kugimiya Point: 4
Aria H. Kanzaki of Hidan No Aria is essentially Shana with a pair of katanas as well as a pair of guns, coupled with some of Louise' personality traits. She is also sometimes called the "Fifth Tsundere Wonder", after Shana, Louise, Nagi and Taiga. Kugimiya Point: 5
Mio Isurugi, from the late, lamentedMM, who is only different from most other examples in that she is tied in a Balanced Harem with her main rival, token Nice Girl Yuno (herself a minor Type-B Tsundere), not a clear lead character.
Downplayed in Astarotte no Omocha. Astarotte mostly fits to that archtype but rarely uses physical violence on Naoya or insult him. Kugimiya Point: 6
Victorique de Blois of Gosick, who also mixes some Rei Ayanami Expy traits, is a more reserved tsundere and is not violent in general, but is nevertheless incredibly bossy and has been known to kick her Love Interest or smack him if he defies her. She has the long blond hair, tights, body-type and is partial to sweets. She is more directly based off Shinku.
Evangeline Athanasia Katherine McDowell: a long-haired 500-year-old Elegant Gothic Lolita stuck in a ten-year-old body, often wearing Zettai Ryouiki, and is a very strong type A Tsundere. She compliments Negi twice in 300 chapters, and usually tortures him via Training from Hell. Any hint of her dere side is quickly called out by Chachamaru and followed by a fast "I do not!".
Tsukiyo Kujou also resembles this trope in many ways, although in this case it doesn't get lampshaded.
Dalian of Bibliotheca Mystica De Dantalian is another example, probably heavily based off of Victorique, considering the heavy similarities in the series, being reserved yet bossy towards Huey, occasionally kicking him, or having him wait on her as if she were the Lady and not he the Lord. She has an outfit almost identical to Victorique's, dark unkempt Rapunzel Hair in her human form and light haired Twintails in her Archive form (which unfortunately doesn't seem to have a tsun side). She is also very short, flat-chested and wears tights, though her dress is too long to tell the grade. She also loves sweet breads, which is a major plot point in some episodes. She and Shinku are both voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, but with a different, older voice.
Kodama Himegami of Maken Ki shows many typical aspects of this trope, but her body height is normal for her age.
Shugo Chara! plays it straight with Rima Mashiro, but at the same time subverts it with Yua Sakurai, who may fits the archetype physically (and is also voiced by Rie Kugimiya) but is overall quite a Nice Girl.
Index Librarium Prohibitum is mildly tsundere for Touma, has a huge appetite, has long sky-blue hair, is pretty petite, and has a habit of biting his head whenever she gets angry. As far as examples of this trope go, Index is pretty tame...
...Especially compared to her female co-protagonist, Mikoto Misaka, who takes everything but the appetite and the long hair (and replaces the bite with electric shocks), and goes to town with it.
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post-Heel Face Turn, that is, and even then she once quipped that she "loves this guy"
Downplayed with Alice of Pandora Hearts. She's a Type A Tsundere with Rapunzel Hair who refers to Oz as her manservant and property. However, having to survive on her own within the Abyss as well as her lack of memories and knowledge about the outside world seem to have contributed to her brash personality, and as she becomes more confident in herself and others, her Type A tendencies start to relax. She is also rarely physically violent toward Oz and is more often than not quite affectionate to him, which he perceives as her being honest with her emotions. It's worth noting that Oz is one of the few people she refers to by name and that her claims that he is her property aren't entirely unfounded and may be the result of resurfacing memories in her subconscious mind.
Lina Inverse has all but one or two of the qualities listed above, despite predating Shana by 13 years.
Ririchiyo Shirakiin of Inu X Boku SS is a different take on the archetype. She's a rich, childlike fifteen-year-old Type A Tsundere with black Rapunzel Hair and Zettai Ryouiki. Unusually, she dislikes her common approach to people and is trying her best to improve her social interactions. Also, her Love Interest, who specifically asks her to call him a dog and treat him like one, is such an Extreme Doormat she actually finds it very difficult to do so.
Touka Tennouji of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu sports a small, flat-chested body, wears Grade-S Zettai Ryouiki, ties her white hair onto Twintails, and is such a Bad Boss most butlers leave her less than a day into her service alone. Like Shana, however, she also deconstructs the trope: as Yuuto, the only one who actually survived in her servicenote
as a part-time butler for one week to earn money to buy his true love, Haruka, a Christmas gift
, discovered, her tough personality is but a result of having to live with a family wracked with infighting over inheritances from her late grandfather. And to drive the point home: Kugimiya Point: 8.
Claire Rouge from Seirei Tsukai no Blade Dance.
Eco from Seikoku no Dragner.
Holo of Spice And Wolf doesn't always wear dresses (or anything), but she's a teenaged-appearance Petting Zoo Girl who's actually very old, has long orange hair, is the female lead and main love interest of the male lead (after his other love interest tries to kill him), tends to act high-and-mighty to the male lead and other humans, is somewhat Tsundere and spontaneous-punchy towards her partner (she prefers "Tawake!" over "Baka!"), and eats impossible amounts of food, especially apples.
Charlotte Belew from Unbreakable Machine Doll counts, despite being of average build and only a mild case of A-Cup Angst. She insults Raishin at just about every opportunity she gets. When he's about to win an argument with her, her responses range from shouting "Shut up!"/"That's not it!"/"Idiot!" to unleashing her Automaton on him. She even outright refuses his help at one point (despite having received his help before when she needed it), to the extent of threatening to kill him if he insisted on helping her. Oh, and she's formerly of the nobility as well.
Shinju Miwa from Shining Pretty Cure. She's actually more snarky and less violent than most examples.
Sera Himekawa from Pretty Cure Strange Happenings is an interesting variation. She's 5'6" (quite impressive for this archetype) and is a rare Bifauxnen example of this trope, going so far as to wear her school's male uniform. She's also quite busty as Cure Kyuketsu and ONLY as Cure Kyuketsu. As a civilian, she's a washboard like the other examples. Her personality is basically a cross between Shana and Shinju. She also fits several aspects of this, including being a Tsundere toward the drama club's boys (and even using a wooden katana to keep them in line!) and her Cool Car, eating quite a bit of melon bread, and coming from an upper-middle-class family of actors. Oh, and she lets out the Shana clone's typical catchphrase on more than one occasion. In short, Sera could very well be the first BifauxnenTsundere Wonder.
Iori Minase from The Idolmaster franchise, except she's an unusual Type A/B hybrid: Type B to total strangers, Type A to fellow idols, staff members and her handler. Kugimiya Point: 9.
Mirai from the Nintendo 3DS title Senran Kagura. In the original title, she is a Type A Tsundere antagonist/rival towards the Hanzo Academy and during her rant in 3-05 to Yagyu shouts the iconic "Urusai! Urusai! Urusai!!!". She is playable in later titles such as Senran Kagura Burst and PS Vita's Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus.