Amnesiac Hero: Pretty much all of Hiro's childhood memories of his friends and their antics have gotten fuzzy over the 5 years he was away. One of the most common forms of development is Hiro recalling choice memories of himself and the person in question. Most of the time the other person is surprised that Hiro can remember such a thing, or commenting on the particulars of the memory. Only rarely is it that both Hiro and the other character cannot remember a childhood event. The only exception is Nanafuse, because he's technically not even real to begin with.
Audience Surrogate: In a story where every character besides Hiroyuki is Kemono, the fact that Hiroyuki is very much human may help players imagine themselves in this universe even if they do not personally identify as a fursona. Hiroyuki's appearance is also intentionally vague and generic.
Further supported by the fact it's possible to change Hiroyuki's name when you start the game.
Big Beautiful Man: He is inconsistently portrayed as this, even within the game itself.
Compassionate Critic: In Tatsuki's route, Hiroyuki can show he is apperently this when Torahiko asks how great is his spaghetti he has made. Hiroyuki can then choose to either compliment it or simply downright downgrade it.
Depending on the Writer: Though many of the routes have different authors, Hiroyuki is by far the most inconsistent character when compared between each of them, this is likely a result of how vaguely defined he is. The same even applies to his appearance, ranging from fairly chubby in Kounosuke's route to slightly muscular in Juiichi's.
Depraved Homosexual: Hiroyuki's internal monologue sometimes borders on this, specially when around somebody like Shun.
Played almost uncomfortably straight in the worst ending path of Shin's route where you can wind up raping Shin after he admits that he likes you, but then tries to take it back. You're even given the option to back OUT before taking the final step.
It's also deconstructed in Shin's Worse Ending when after you rape Shin, he goes missing, the town is aware that something bad happened between you and Shin making you a pariah of the village and Amaki tells you to get out and never return.
Hello, Insert Name Here: Hiroyuki's surname and given name can each be changed by the player to whatever they like.
Jerkass: You can pretty much make Hiroyuki this to poor little Kounosuke during his route.
Raised by Grandparents: Averted. He lives in the city with his mother (though his dad is never mentioned), but his grandparents live in the village. It's unclear why he moved away.
Ridiculously Average Guy: In almost every way. Hiroyuki is very mild-mannered without any real personality quirks, his body is average, and his hairdo is average. About the only thing NOT average is the fact he lived in a village with a ton of beastmen. This is intentionally played straight to allow the player to feel like they are Hiroyuki, rather than just reading about a character's exploits.
Shout-Out: To the Real LifeHiroyuki Nishimura who founded 2channel where the Morenatsu Project initially started. The kana reading is identical, but the real person and the fictional character have a different kanji for "-yuki": 之 vs. 行.
His grandparents are never given any sort of official description or picture in-game either, leaving it unclear if either of them are human as well. Combines with his suspiciously Invisible Parents (one of whom may not be human).
大島 虎彦 おおしま とらひこ Torahiko Ooshima
"Heh heh, a man doesn't worry about the little things!"
He is a second year student at his high school. He is a member of the swim team. He is the only son of his family, who owns an inn. Open and optimistic, "Let nature take its course" is the creed he lives by when troubled. He helps out at home by studying to become a quality chef. He's getting fired up for his team's activities because of the upcoming swim meet.
A red A-shirt that leaves nothing to the imagination. The shirt's left breast area has the word "D-GET" in white letters with a black border. The A-shirt covers less of his back than his front, leaving his shoulder blades and much of his upper back completely bare.
A blue pair of denim shorts whose leg cuffs are decorated with a black silhouette pattern shaped like grass blades. The cuffs also have drawstrings.
A thin black belt with one end always hanging halfway down his shorts.
A pair of black, white and orange sneakers.
Under his shorts, a pair of boxer shorts with white and light blue vertical stripes.
Torahiko also wears a sports speedo with an x on its center and a pair of elastic-banded goggles for swimming.
Moment Killer: In Kouya's route, Torahiko interrupts Hiroyuki and Kouya's romantic moment at the festival.
Official Couple: Has hints of it. He appears in the Project Morenatsu splash screen, background of title screen, and the development blog's heading. Further implied by the dialog which reveals he already harbors romantic feelings towards Hiroyuki.
The Rival: He and Kouya are always fighting about something, sometimes over Hiroyuki.
Series Mascot: Torahiko is not only in the Title Screen, but he was also used by the devs in certain miscellanous tasks like debugging. Being the implied Canon Couple and the first character to appear in the game also help make Tora the most iconic character of the project.
Sink or Swim Mentor: When Torahiko tries to teach Hiroyuki how to surf, he instructs him to follow his gut feelings, basically leaving Hiroyuki to his own devices. This is not Played for Laughs and results in Kouya scolding Torahiko.
Surfer Dude: Torahiko knows his way with a surfing board, and he also has the relaxed personality nailed.
íThree Amigos!: Some dialogue implies that he, Hiroyuki, and Tatsuki were these in their childhood.
Tiger Versus Dragon: Averted. Torahiko and Tatsuki are pretty friendly with each other. Torahiko often calls Tatsuki when he wants to hang out with somebody.
Why Did It Have To Be Ghosts?: On Kounosuke's route, one of the first things you do is enter school at night to take photos of ghosts. While Torahiko starts off calm, he becomes more and more scared and, if you take him with you, he spends the entire time clinging to your arm.
Vulgar Humor: If you decide to spend the beach party with Torahiko, he gets Hiroyuki to change behind him. Hiroyuki doesn't want to do so, causing Torahiko to ask him if it's because he has a small dick. When Hiroyuki denies it, he then ask if it's because he has a bigone. It's clear that Torahiko wants to see Hiroyuki naked.
He is a lively and cheerful dragon. As a dragon, he has a large physique, though he's a little worried about how much his belly has grown lately. His family's business is carpentry that specializes in shrines. His father is the boss, but Tatsuki is working hard every day to become just as qualified. He dreams of being Japan's best craftsman. Kind to everybody, he is like a good big brother to everyone because he likes to help. However, little often comes out of it and he usually fails at both his job and private matters. He is the only member of the group who can drive, but a car is like a dangerous weapon when he drives.
The Food Poisoning Incident: He and Hiroyuki have one when they consume something that (they didn't realize) was spoiled after sneaking into the teacher's lounge. Hiroyuki makes it to a toilet in time. Tatsuki... hopes he can pass off the brown stain in his fundoshi as the aftermath of curry.
Exotic Equipment: Tatsuki, being a reptile, has internal testicles and his penis comes out of a cloaca.
Hair Color Dissonance: Tatsuki's hair is a rather dark shade of blue, which is usually used as a stand-in for black.
Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Apparently, dragons are allowed by law to drink alcohol at age 16 since they have a high alcohol tolerance level. This explains why Tatsuki is drinking alcohol when he's only 17 (in Japan, you have to be at least 20 to drink alcohol).
I Am Big Boned: Tatsuki insists that he's not fat and that his round belly is completely natural on a dragon. However, since the only other dragon in the game is Tatsuki's middle-aged father, this is a rather dubious claim.
Informed Ability: His hobby for painting doesn't really come up that much outside of his bio.
Kissing Under the Influence/Memetic Molester/Making Love in All the Wrong Places: Tatsuki gets horny and handsy when he's drunk. According to Kounosuke and Torahiko, Tatsuki while drunk doesn't think twice about seducing a friend, seeming to imply that he's already had sex with at least some of them. He'll get touchy-feely almost anywhere, including outside in broad daylight, in the presence of other friends. Whether he has actually had sex though is called into question by his (sober) claim that he's a virgin and that Hiroyuki is his first.
In addition, during the first sex scene, Tatsuki actually is drunk at the time. The second time Tatsuki gets amorous (right at the end of his route), Hiroyuki flatly asks if the dragon is drunk again. Surprisingly, he is not.
He seems to have at least tried to have sex with them. Apparently, he made Soutarou strip naked in front of everyone a previous time it happened.
Limited Wardrobe: Very limited. His open-chested black-collared blue cargo vest, fundoshi-tied red bandana, khaki pants and socks with sandals are actually him fully dressed. At various other times he's frequently seen wearing only his white Fundoshi, indoors or outdoors — it's a particular fundoshi that is not only tied around his waist and crotch, but also around his very thick tail.
Non Humans Lack Attributes: Most of the other characters, if shown, have human-shaped genitalia. Tatsuki, however, has a cloaca. This seems to be by Author Appeal, since anthropomorphic cloaca fetish also plays a role in one of the issues of Gamma's MangaBuild Tiger.
Our Dragons Are Different: Tatsuki (and his dad Tappei) are dragons, and the only anthropomorphizations of fantasy creatures in the cast. But some dragon stereotypes are absent or subverted. They never breathe fire. And Tatsuki is shown to have tiny useless wings on his back that couldn't fly a baseball, much less a sexy fatass like him.
More specifically, Tatsuki and his father are based on Eastern dragons, which have horns and sometimes an entire line of fur along their backs, with some Western qualities, like wings, mixed in.
When Juuichi turns around to show Hiroyuki how the fundoshi looks in the back, Hiroyuki tries to count prime numbers to stop himself from getting a boner while looking at Juuichi's big round butt, but is so distracted by his ass he counts even numbers instead.
Limited Wardrobe: To his credit, Juuichi has at least two common outfits — his street clothes and his judo outfit (the former being more commonly seen). But as with the other characters, his street clothes are usually the same consisting of a white undershirt and an unzipped blue and black jacket, blue string-tied trousers and a pair of sandals.
Limited Wardrobe: A white undershirt, open yellow outer shirt, blue trousers with slightly rolled up leg cuffs, a pair of sneakers, and a pair of pince-nez glasses with rimless lens tops. Kounosuke is seldom seen without his camera hanging around his neck.
Species Surname: The "Kuri" in his last name, kanji-for-kanji means "ninth raccoon dog", while "kuri-kuri" in general means "big and round". "Kounosuke" is a Japanese name that either means "help of a child's respect" or "assistance of filial piety".
Meganekko: He's even cuter and more huggable with the glasses.
He is considerate of others, however this dog has a straightforward and rebellious atmosphere to him. Usually calm, he's the type who burns quietly. He has a bit of a stubborn side. Cut off from his parents, he has been living alone since graduating from junior high. He makes a living by working and plays with his band every day, aiming to become a musician.
I Have No Son: His parents cut him off. It's because he ran away from home a year prior to the events of the story, following a major argument with his father. Both parents wish to rectify this, though.
Limited Wardrobe: In a specific configuration too. Kouya wears a loose-fitting black tank top, a worn pair of blue jeans, a set of dog tags around his neck, and two black arm bands. One band is always on the wrist of one arm, while the other band is always further up the upper arm of his other side. Usually his left arm has the wrist band and his right arm has the upper arm band, but sometimes they appear swapped.
The Rival: He and Torahiko are always fighting about something, sometimes over Hiroyuki.
Seme: According to his non-canon love scene with Shun in the orignal demo. He tops and takes the lead in both of his sex scenes with Hiroyuki, however, who remains fairly Uke throughout.
Ship Tease: With Shun of all people. In the original demo, he and Shun shared a love scene together (which was later removed from the newer demos and canon). Even without the scene, Kouya and Shun are close to each other with Shun calling Kouya his oniisan.
Straight Gay. He claims he took plenty of girls to the festival in the past when he and Hiroyuki are teasing each other about it, but how much of that you want to believe is up to you.
Troubled, but Cute: he has a complex when it comes to being able to take care of himself, and his estrangement from his parents pains him.
True Companions: He's close with his bandmates, who give him support after his emotional breakdown in his route. They also each wear identical dogtags engraved with the message "We are forever with", the band's motto. Hiroyuki gets a fifth dogtag for himself as Kouya's farewell gift when he leaves for the city at the end of the game.
Wolf Man: Bipedal, but covered in fur and possessing wolf ears. Of course, he's a husky and not a wolf, but he still looks the part, arguably even more than Shun (an actual wolf) does.
高原 京慈 たかはら きょうじ Kyouji Takahara
"It wasn't just my effort. This is the result of everybody's hard work."
Limited Wardrobe: As with Juuichi, Kyouji mainly has two outfits — his soccer uniform, and his street clothes. His street clothes are a white polo shirt, brown or navy slacks, and a pair of black loafers.
Mr. Fanservice: Kyouji is said to be popular with the girls. We aren't sure if it's because he dates them or because he makes out with guys. Given the Straight Gay/Manly Gay quality shared among all characters, his popularity with the girls likely comes from his polite demeanor and good attire. It's possible he has dated a few.
Official Couple: Kyouji admits that he and Soutarou are dating in Juuichi's route.
Only Sane Man: Shared with Juuichi and Shin. He's more relaxed than the other two though.
Big Fancy House: Shin lives in a mansion on the edge of town. It stands out even more because it's a western-style house.
Bishōnen: Shin is a babyfaced prettyboy who is shorter and much slighter than most of the characters, appearing almost fragile and gaunt. But he's already in high school, so he's not necessarily younger than most of them.
But Not Too Foreign: He's half-Japanese, half-French (on his mother's side), and him not being as "Japanese" as the other characters is noted a few times when you play his route. Thanks to this, he can speak Japanese, is quite fluent in French and knows some English as well.
Cats Hate Water: Though Shin doesn't really enjoys getting wet, it's not clear if it's because he's scared of it or he's simply picky. Either way, he spends the entire beach party reading a book. He claims that his fear of water is 80% Torahiko's and Kounosuke's fault.
When he was forced to enter the water, he cried. This may have just been because Kounosuke was being too pushy.
Cheated Angle: For some reason, Shin was always standing in a way you can only see his left eye, with his right eye remaining undrawn....up until his patch, which introduces new sprites that finally show his right eye.
The Dandy: Moderately. Also, his winter clothes are at least as chic as his summer clothes.
Foreign Farewell: How he kisses Hiro in front of everyone in his best ending. He actually deliberately invoked it to screw with his friends' heads; he actually knows exactly what he's doing when he kisses Hiroyuki.
Guide Dang It: Good luck getting Shin's best ending without some outside assistance or a metric ton of trial and error. It doesn't help that one of the choices that's mandatory will only appear if you made the correct choices on all the previous days leading up to it. Not to mention the choices aren't made obvious either. It's entirely possible to go through 2 or 3 playthroughs and never realize there even IS a "best" ending.
Ill Boy: Shin suffers from acute asthma, which is why he lives in the tiny village of Minosato instead of much closer to his parents' corporation: it was to recover from a life-threatening asthma attack he had as a child, an event that also ties into his self-concsious issues. This could also explain why Shin is not in a club and why he does not do too much physical activity. His reflexes are fantastic, though.
Limited Wardrobe: A white dress shirt, grey slacks, and a pair of leather shoes. His shirt always has the collar up, and his buttons are in various states of unbuttoned.
He's also seen wearing a patterned shirt and a backpack for hiking. However, he wears it for ONE scene only, and then the outfit never makes another appearance.
Lonely Rich Kid: he's the son of two very wealthy CEOs. However, his parents aren't able to visit him as often as he wants after he moves to Minosato to recover from his asthma attack, meaning his closest family for his teenage years and part of his childhood is his personal manservant. Add to that his abrasive personality making it hard to make friends, and you got yourself this trope.
Multiple Endings: Shin's route comes out with a whopping four distinct endings: Worst, Bad, Good, Best. However, getting anything but the Bad and Good endings takes a bit of guesswork.
Not What It Looks Like: An the beach party, you can apply UV-Screen on Shin's back. Shin thinks of it innocently at first, until they are seen by Kouya and Shun, who can see Hiroyuki's clear intentions and interpret the scene as something far more lewd.
Spot of Tea: Anytime Hiro visits Shin's house, there's almost always tea being served (usually black). Usually with some baked good that Shin made. There's even a conversation towards the end of the game between Amaki and Shin about what kind of tea to make.
Ship Tease: With Kouya of all people. In the original demo, he and Kouya shared a love scene together (which was later removed from the newer demos and canon). Even without the scene, Kouya and Shun are close to each other with Shun calling Kouya his oniisan.
Limited Wardrobe: Unlike Kyouji, Soutarou pretty much never changes out of his soccer clothes. He wears a blue soccer shirt, dark grey soccer shorts and a pair of shoes, but he's almost never seen wearing socks.
Meaningful Name: 橙, the first kanji in his surname Touno, refers to a daidai, an Asian variety of bitter orange, alluding to Soutarou's citrus-hued appearance.
A popular alternative spelling Soutaro can press a linguist's Berserk Button, because it spells out one of the long vowels while completely ignoring the other. It could be that the Western Morenatsu fandom often spells out long vowels, but also -taro (without acknowledgment of the long vowel) is a well-recognized name ending among Western Otaku. Compare Toho and Touhou.
Verbal Tic: He uses the same "-ssu" as Chuukichi during his lines.
Introduced in Tatsuki's Route
翠屋 辰平 みどりや たっぺい Tappei MidoriyaHe is Tatsuki's father and head of the Midoriya Group. He is 43 years old. He is an obstinate and domineering husband. A heavy drinker, like a true Tokyo-ite, who gives the impression of a true craftsman. While working outside he is a cheerful and playful old man. At 232 cm (~7′ 7″), he is considerably taller than Tatsuki, so much so that even socks don't fit him. He loves to smoke his pipe and is bad with machines. His wife bosses him around -- he is truly no match for her. He is a lover of both men and women, a bisexual DILF.''
Anything That Moves/Memetic Molester: Tappei has absolutely no problems flirting with anyone it seems, including Hiroyuki. For example, during Tatsuki's route, you find the father and son drinking rather early in the morning, and Tappei tries to put the moves on Hiroyuki, much to Tatsuki's dismay.
Younger than They Look: Not as bad as some other characters in the game, but considering his middle-aged look and Dirty Old Man personality, you'd easily assume he's at least in his fifties.
Your Cheating Heart: It's unknown if Tappei's wife knows about his sexual escapades, but his profile out-right states he still gets it on with other guys even in marriage.
みどりや ゆきの 翠屋 ゆきの Yukino MidoriyaTatsuki's mother. She is 41 years old, and shorter than both Tatsuki and Tappei. Her gentle, big-hearted nature makes it clear that Tatsuki takes care of his mother. As someone capable of skillfully handling Tappei, they make good for a married couple.
銅 牡丹 あかがね ぼたん Botan AkaganeHe is a 42-year-old boar. Because he is the only teacher in the village, he was the main character's teacher. He is a kind teacher, but fearsome when angered. These days he has grown fat, but he used to be an active rugby player. Although he does have a house in the village, he spends so much time keeping watching of the school that the janitor's closet has become his second home. He is Tappei's drinking buddy, but their relationship swings back and forth between public and private.
井上 哲也 いのうえ てつや Tetsuya InoueHe is a 36-year-old fox. He is a calm veteran carpenter who works for the Midoriya family. Definitely skilled, he is respected by those around him and serves as the senior apprentice. His wife and daughter live at home while he stays with the Midoriya Group. He returns home to visit them every day. Because of his levelheadedness, competency, and gentle nature, newer apprentices to the Midoriya Group are extremely dependent on him. He is usually the one who calms Tappei's temper by using a carrot-and-the-stick routine. To Chuukichi, he is "Merciful Tetsu-san".
Dull Surprise: Subverted. Tetsuya's emotions clearly show through, but it involves his face muscles moving as little as possible, with only his eyebrows, his blush, and the edge of his mouth showing any emotive variation. It's actually cute.
森 忠吉 もり ちゅうきち Chuukichi MoriHe is a 16-year-old mouse. He dove right into society when he graduated from junior high. He has a juvenile habit of saying "-ssu". He has a simple and friendly personality, and his job brings out his enthusiasm. He loves the Midoriya Group, but has a bit of bad luck and somehow almost always ends up getting the short end of the stick. Despite this, he doesn't let it get him down. He is the mood maker of the Midoriya Group. He used to be quite mean... He has never seen a human up close before, and his inexperienced hands make his heart thump. Number of times he is beaten throughout the game: 23.
Barbie Doll Anatomy: Everybody has it, but it's specially noticeable on Chuukichi case. One of his portraits displays his crotch prominently (he's flinching basically) and on the naked variation, there's nothing.
Covert Pervert: He's apparently attracted to Tatsuki and Tappei, and can be seen commenting (in parenthesis no less, indicating either whispered or internal monologue) on the difference in size between him and his boss, just before getting smacked in the face.
Furry Ear Dissonance: When Chuukichi's ears are freed from his bandana, not only are shaped like Mickey Mouse ears, but they also have hair behind them, which real rats don't have.
The Japanese language has the same word for rat and mouse — nezumi.
You Dirty Rat: Played straight and then subverted. Chuukichi used to be pretty mean, which fits the stereotype, but the way he acts now is a complete subversion, being one of the nicest characters in the game.
Younger than They Look: Chuukichi looks a bit too old to be only 16, and is a bit too young to be in the workforce.
Narcissist: Akira rather confidently claims that his body is very beautiful and that he's descended from a line of noble horses. He also has no problem going naked in front of at least 4 other men.
Noodle Incident: Akira ran away from home, but he won't discuss the details. It's implied that he and his father did not get along at all, as he admits towards the end of Tatsuki's route that he's jealous of the relationship Tatsuki and his father have with each other, wishing he could've have something like that with his own father.
橘 時雨 たちばな しぐれ Shigure TachibanaHe is a 68-year-old dog. He is a person who is aloof from the world. He and Tatsuki's grandfather, Tappei's father, were close friends. Now he is friends with Tappei and Mr. Botan. Tappei's robustness and Shigure's frailty make them completely opposite types. He likes new things, and his hobby is watching TV shopping programs. He is active in restoring the village and attracting new people, and the happiness of the villagers is his number one priority. The current mayor, he gently watches over the people of his village.
九狸 幸春 くり ゆきはる Yukiharu KuriHe is Kounosuke's little brother. They are a few years apart in age. He is currently in his fifth year at Minasato Elementary School. He used to be very shy and reserved, always hiding himself behind Kounosuke. Now he isn't shy at all and is becoming a follow-up to his brother. He has a cheerful personality because of his brother's influence. Recently he has been becoming less dependent on his brother. This seems to make Kounosuke a little lonely.
Uncanny Family Resemblance: Save for Kounosuke's proportionally larger size and his glasses, he and Yukiharu look practically identical.
For the curious, the subtler differences are:
Yukiharu has less hair sticking out of his ears than Kounosuke.
Yukiharu has practically no chin hair, but Kounosuke has the modest beginnings of a teenage beard.
九狸 春江 くり はるえ Harue KuriShe is Kounosuke's and Yukiharu's mother. Usually quiet, she has a habit of softly saying "ara ara" and is a rather easygoing person. Because of this, it's hard to tell exactly what she's thinking... However, her quietness is connected to her large capacity to tolerate as a mother. When Kounosuke was little, she would lose him as soon as she took her eyes off him. The sixth sense of a mother's love would lead her right to where he was. Just like Kounosuke and his glasses, she is usually seen wearing an apron.
七伏 博行 ななふせ ひろゆき Hiroyuki NanafuseThe personification of Minasato Elementary's Seventh Wonder. The ghost of a practical joker who loves to play with children more than anything else. In the past, his existence was more vague, but by discovering Shun's appearance and hearing the main character's name called out, he gained consciousness. As the personification of gossip, it's not possible for him to show his appearance to those who don't think he exists. When you become an adult you will realize no one is there because you are no longer influenced by suggestion. An adult that can see Nanafuse will just see him as something as vague as "one of the children", but it's possible that Nanafuse is posing as the person who knows that.
Creepy Child: In this particular case, anyway. It all depends on his form.
蒼月 光久 あおつき みつひさ Mitsuhisa AotsukiKouya's father. In the old days, he worked at a major company, what you'd call an elite. However, around the time Kouya was one year old, there was a resturcturing. Because of his own mistakes and hardships, he wanted Kouya to go to a good school, find a job at a good company, and live that kind of life.
蒼月 和美 あおつき かずみ Kazumi AotsukiA very calm and composed lady. It seems she's visited Kouya's new place countless times after he left home. She wants to support Kouya's dream, but it's not as if she doesn't understand Mitsuhisa's feelings... so as she gets anxious about their child, she also worries about the complex state of things.
平馬 佳輔 ひらま けいすけ Keisuke HiramaA horseman who is a part of Kouya's band and is in charge of the drums. As the oldest of the band members he is the leader. With his cheer, he can make just about anyone open up to him quickly. A mood-maker. But when he gets into the mood, he makes Kouya or the vocalist Yuuki into his strict straight man. He often says "I look carefree don't I? But this is also an act. To be honest I also am thinking about a lot of things as I live," but the people around generally don't believe him.Keisuke is the drummer of Kouya's band. He's a horseman like Akira.
猫西 閏 ねこにし じゅん Jun NekonishiA tortoise-shell catman who is part of Kouya's band and is in charge of the bass. The look in his eyes is just a bit intense, he's quiet, and never speaks more than necessary. In exchange, he has plenty of facial expressions that immediately show what he is thinking. His stranger anxiety is quite intense, and it seems he's trying to correct it.Jun is the bassist of Kouya's band. He's a calico cat.
Deadpan Snarker: On the few occasions he does speak, it's usually to make fun of something.
Shrinking Violet: When Yuuki noted in one scene that Jun was more talkative than usual, Jun responded by blushing and stopped talking.
鳥井 有季 とりい ゆうき Yuuki ToriiA canary birdman who is part of Kouya's band and is the group vocalist. His bright eyes give off a very young impression, but despite his appearance, he's level-headed, courteous, and proper. When his bandmate Keisuke needs a straight man, it always comes down as his role.Yuuki is the singer of Kouya's band. He's a green canary.
古酉 岳 こどり がく Gaku KodoriAn employee at Kazenari Town's game store. The grandchild of Shun's grandfather's older brother, the equivalent of a so-called cousin, and older brother. His love of games is also a common point and is taken to well.With game store abundant with new works and an assortment of products, this wolf beastman works comparatively sullenly. Has bad eyes, lacks sleep, and has an unhealthily thin body. His favorite things are alcohol and cotton swabs. He doesn't blow. He doesn't like environments where Shun cannot find happiness.The name of the main character who left 5 years ago, which is brought up by Shun with a smile at each and every opportunity, is troublesome and awfully worrying to him these days.
Big Brother Instinct: His methods and concerns may be up for question, but he's rarely seen doing something that isn't part of his plans to protect Shun.
Cool Big Bro: He runs the local video game store, so as Shun's cousin he frequently hooks him up.
Very much so if you Rape Shin, "Amaki held on to my arm with an unexpected strength and spoke, in that same...kind way he always did yet for a moment I felt...what...hatred? anger? His eyes locked with mine and his smile never faltered. Not for a moment "anything that would hurt or confuse Shin...should be removed, you should go home now Nakamura-san, your...interference is no longer needed."
Gender-Blender Name: According to his profile, his parents thought he was going to be a girl so they were going to call him "Tsukuyo". When they found out he was going to be a boy, they continued using the same kanji but changed the reading to "Tsukishiro".
Stealth Pun: His name is "Ten", and he's Juuichi's instructor. "Juuichi" has multiple possible meanings (and kanji representations), but a well-known meaning is "eleven".
Uncanny Family Resemblance: His last name isn't actually mentioned in-game, but even then, his cowlick should be enough for one to infer that he's related to Shun. How exactly remains a mystery, as neither Shun nor Ten ever bring each other up in conversation.
X Marks the Hero: Has an X-shaped scar on the forehead. He is not a hero and may look even antagonistic, but helps Hiroyuki in the end.