The Voynich Hotel attracts all sorts of interesting characters. The locals are no less interesting.If you'd like to go back to discussing things about the Voynich and the island in general, kindly mosey on back over here.
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The life and blood of our dear establishment! Without them, there wouldn't be a hotel in the first place! While I can't disclose ALL of their personal details, I can indulge you in some gossip and maybe a little hearsay...
805: Kuzuki Taizou
One of our more recent guests! He paid for an extended stay, and has so far been making himself quite the face around the island, however unintentionally.
Dark and Troubled Past: There are some rumours that Mr. Kuzuki had quite the life in Japan—and not exactly a legal one.
A rather pleasant man, though rumor has it he's actually the world's #1 assassin.
Bi the Way: Is quick to remind potential suitors he's gay, but fell in love with Stark and is implied to have had relations with Mamiya in the past.
Back from the Dead: His ghost tries to dissuade Mamiya from targeting Taizou, but she doesn't listen.
spoiler:Bury Your Gays: He disappeared shortly after going for coffee at Snark's cafe. A pity, because he was going to confess to her too.
Hitman with a Heart: Kurosawa may be the world's #1 assassin, but he's a genuinely good guy as long as you don't have a bounty on you.
A manga artist.
Starving Artist: He always seems to be fretting over deadlines and the like, but I've never really seen him actually drawing till the last minute—or past it.
303: Tamara, Misha, and Karie
A rather interesting trio. They skipped housekeeping and room service, for some reason.
Becoming the Mask: A few rumours surrounding Karie say she's actually an undercover agent for the FDA to bust a drug operation, but as the police have yet to darken our doorstep, assume them to be just that: rumours.
Only Mostly Dead: Misha, despite having her head blown open by Kurosawa, revives just enough to demand Tamara pay her back for the pilfered drugs before dying for real.
VIP: The Assassin Sisters
A pair of white-haired black-eyed sisters who showed up recently.
The Eeyore: Poor girl's led a hard life. Lost her parents to a landmine, suffered from an eating disorder till the owner snapped her out of it, and her job isn't exactly the easiest (or safest) out there.
Masked Luchador: Though he's now retired, he still wears his masks on a daily basis. It's quite the sight to see, really.
Nice Guy: He makes it a point to regularly visit and assist orphans from the war.
While the Voynich most definitely does not employ nor house beings of the supernatural kind, there have been numerous rumours and "sightings" going around.
The Yakuza Ghosts
A pair of yakuza killed by Kurosawa. Not much is known about them, though one had quite the interest in strange stories, apparently.
Those Two Guys: There really isn't anything TOO remarkable about them... except that one is a dead ringer for Vegeta.
The namesake of that new drug. They say she still lives in the room she overdosed in.
Boy Meets Ghoul: As if the idea of ghosts wasn't silly enough, some have taken to saying she's actually taken a shine to Mr. Haraki.
The island is home to all sorts of interesting personalities, too.
The legendary second-rate boiler engineer! He can fix anything, really, but let's just say his head is a little beyond repair these days...
Artificial Limbs: With thanks to the war. Not entirely a bad thing; his leg acted as a ground and saved him from that one time he got struck by lightning seven times in a row. And it was such a fine day, too...
Alice's older sister. Owner of a local restaurant, and DAMN fine chef. I wonder how she does it with two prosthetic arms...
Artificial Limbs: Lost both of her arms in the war. She's been doing amazingly well at her job with them, though. Just goes to show what a lot of passion can do.
Snark's younger sister. A rather nice girl, if painfully shy without her mask on.
Cassandra Truth: She says some pretty interesting things. While I won't say she doesn't know more than she lets on, you have to admit that most of those are probably products of an overactive imagination.
The Chick: She seems to be filling in the void Peace left quite nicely.
Expressive Mask: Funny how that mask seems to mirror her emotions and mood, like it's reflecting her true face. I wonder how the maker did it?
Mask of Power: There's some talk of her mask not being all it seems. I wouldn't put much weight into it.