Dora-tan (ドラたん) is a supporting character in the Etotama series. She is the Zodiac of the Dragon and ranked as number 5. She is also one of Nyaa-tan's mentors.
Dora-tan is a fairy tall, young girl with light blue hair and teal eyes. Her hair is straight and quite short, reaching up only to her chest; and she has her hair tied into two ponytails, laid on her shoulders with white hair-clips at the bottom, and she wears circular glasses. She also has deer-like horns, which is seen pointing out from her head, and at her back, she have a lizards tail.
Her clothing is quite similar to Uma-tan with the only difference being the colours and the pattern. Dora-tan is always seen wearing a dark blue-greenish skirt that has yellow flowers on the bottom right, tied up by a ribbon, and a green kimono underneath. She also wears light brown heels and a darker shade of brown socks.
Dora-tan has a kind personality and always seems to give off an aura of friendliness. She also seems to care for people and has the most 'real' emotions out of all of the Zodiac Girls.
Dora-tan is Nyaa-tans mentor in spiritual training. Dora-tan thinks that she has the most chance of being a Zodiac and will support her in achieving that goal.
She will use her Sol/Lull to provide Nyaa-tan with some basic needs like creating a house for her on Takeru's property.
At first, Takeru was wary of Dora-tan, especially since she destroyed his home but has since warmed up top her. Dora-tan finds Takeru an 'interesting human' and was the one to inform the other Zodiac's of his Sol/lull ability.
Shima-tan and Dora-tan are usually seen with each other. Both care for Nyaa-tan's well being and will support one another to help further her training and come to her aid.
Pretty Mode Edit
|In her battle form, Dora-tan has a green dragon-hat. She has the same clothing as her original one. However, in her pretty mode, she has yellow hair-clips instead of white ones, and also black laces on her shoes.|
|Dora-tan's appearance in the manga is the same as in the anime.|
- The word 'Dora' is short for Dragon which is one of the meanings for Dragon (辰) in the Japanese language.
- Dora-tan cannot stand foods that go over room temperature.
- Usa-tan refer to her as the Master of Spiritual Power.
- If you're a Dragon, you're lively, intellectual, and magnanimous.