Ouro Kronii, who plays the Hololive idol on YouTube, has called for users to refrain from sending Hololive idols together

Ouro Kronii, who plays the Hololive idol on YouTube, has called for users to refrain from sending Ho ...

Ouro Kronii isnt doing it anymore. VTuber fans have been sending Hololive idols together.

Ouro Kronii, a VTuber co-host of The Last Campfire, has become a popular YouTube sensation with over 797,000 subscribers. The Warden of Time recently took a break from playing The Last Campfire to talk about their concerns about the condition of shipping in the VTuber community, especially when it comes to them and other Hololive idols.

Kronii appeared uneasy during her recent livestream, telling viewers she had to [her followers] a lot of talking.

Kronii said bluntly after a bit of pause: Don't ship people. It's strange, especially when were co-workers. Do you send your co-workers? Consider it.

Kronii explained that people who share a workplace would not want to date one another because it isn't professional. It would also risk stroking their reputation.

Kronii added that everyone is being professional.

Kronii added that the idols don't like every guy we see or talk to. They also have a preference and taste, which she believes is helpful to some fans who may be a little suspicious of her.

In response, viewers said they would stop sending Hololive idols. Some chanted respect for the Warden. Another person apologized to her for these weirdos.

Kronii explained that some individuals who send VTuber idols together may be attempting to create drama. Others may just be innocent; but shipping is only acceptable if both parties consent to it.

Kronii concluded: Keep on shipping (respectively).

As long as both parties are happy with it, shipping is fine in general! Keep on shipping (respective of the cost) I like some good fanart!

The VTuber was evidently uneasy with her fanbase sending her. Kronii enthusiasts should stick to fan art for the time being to avoid making their Oshi feel more alienated.