Simoun: Character Speech Patterns

Character
Personal Pronoun
Conjugation Style
Note
Aaeru
Watashi
Impolite, slightly masculine.
Aeru speaks slightly like a spunky teenage boy, without any swearing. The way she pronounces her words are pretty feminine though.
Neviril
Watashi
Proper, very feminine.
Speaks like commanding royalty (lower-end royalty, not as pretentious or exaggerated as a Queen). Though she speaks properly she sometimes sounds impolite, for she gives orders rather than asking. Slightly arrogant, but with class. Rigid. Over the top.
Paraietta
Watashi
Proper, masculine.
Speaks like a hard-headed, old fashioned male with some class. Kinda like a knight.
Kaimu
Boku
Very impolite, young masculine.
Slightly more rude and masculine than Aaeru. Childish.
Alti
Watashi
Proper, non gender specific (sometimes slightly masculine).
Speaks like a proper young adult, but is not especially polite or anything. Sometimes poetic.
Floe
Watashi
Modern, childish, improper, impolite.
Floe speaks like the modern Japanese school girl. Non gender specific for a young person, but feminine for an adult.
Dominura
Watashi
Proper, very feminine.
Old style feminine Japanese. Not too many people speak this way anymore, except for entertainment purposes. Sexy. :)
Limone
Watashi
Improper, impolite.
Okay, Limone is strange. You can say she lacks conjugation. She speaks with broken sentences (though not incorrect or anything). At age 12 this is weird, and she sounds slightly "slow".
Morinas
Watashi
Modern, young adult, impolite, feminine.
Morinas talks like a modern high school or college girl. Very "natural".
Rodoreamon
Watashi
Proper, feminine.
Goody goody girl, sounds somewhat old style. Think old movies, black and white.
Mamiina
Watashi
Mix of proper and improper, feminine.
Sarcastic and sharp tongued. She speaks politely but it is obviously an act.
Yun
Ore
Proper, super masculine.
Okay, think of her as a hardcore ancient samurai. I don't think I ever met anyone that speaks like her. The contrast of her speech and looks is what makes this character stand out. She sometimes (rarely) lets out a girly sentence though.
Guragief
Watashi
Anubituf
Watashi
Waporif
Watashi

Personal Pronoun
Watashi
Feminine or Polite Masculine
Boku
Young Boy or Humble (and slightly cutesy) Masculine
Ore
Very masculine, no woman would ever ever ever say it