Well, we see in the anime that sometimes Rikka would fight Touka in the chuunibyou world. My question is, does this means that Touka is a chuunibyou herself, or is she just playing along with Rikka?

  • IIRC, Touka never imagine something in chuunibyou's world herself, her big weapon is part of Rikka imagination, so I guess she only playing with his little sister
    – Darjeeling
    Dec 2, 2014 at 5:12
  • Err, Touka is a girl, Oshino-han. Dec 2, 2014 at 5:13
  • ah... I can't edit it, I mean her, my bad
    – Darjeeling
    Dec 2, 2014 at 5:17
  • Later on in the series, Touka seemed to have a pretty big problem with Rikka's chuunibyou act and the way she was using it to escape her problems, so I don't think she was one herself. I think Oshino Shinobu is right, the battles were all in Rikka's imagination, or possibly meant as a dramatization.
    – Torisuda
    Dec 3, 2014 at 7:44

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Touka definitely isn't a chuunibyou. It's obvious that she is really bothered by Rikka's behavior in the first season and asks Togashi to tell her to snap out of it. It is easy to tell those suffering from chunnibyou from those who are not. Touka never makes any weird statements or gets lost in her imagination.

As for all the battles that go on between Rikka and Touka, they are all just a manifestation of Rikka's own imagination. Touka probably only swings that big spoon around a bit which turns into all those fancy moves inside Rikka's head.

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