Characters / Waking Up From The Dream

Character Sheet for Waking Up From The Dream. Naturally, since this is a roleplay involving Touhou Project characters, only original characters will be mentioned here.

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Debuted in WUFTD


Amarillo Viridian

GA-04 Lin ""Amarillo Viridian"" Xiyin is a 12-year-old looking girl who once belonged to a organization called "Chrono Agents". Her own job is to fix the disputes within Time and Space by resolving or creating paradoxes. Her rank is "Commander" before she eventually resigned due to some personal reasons and takes residence in Gensokyo, the location of her latest mission. However, a mysterious force destroyed her now-peaceful life together with entire Gensokyo, so she is forced to do what she's best to do again: fix this dispute.

GA stands for "Genetic Altered", and this alternation gives her an ability called "Fairy Synchro" (no, not those kinds ) that allows she to become one with the nature and in extension, Fairies from Gensokyo. However, this ability also results in her body being very unstable, so she is often seen physically weak, which creates an imagery that's suitable for her former job.

She is among the first group of people escaping from the initial Gensokyo destruction in the beginning of the story, and is provided to be a big help for her friends and companions. Her "operation base" is a small shop called "Tourist Helpers" which is not as ordinary as it seems.

She is referred as "The Fairy Commander" by Aya in both the real Gensokyo and the Virtual Gensokyo, and is generally referred as just Amarillo Viridian.

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  • All Your Powers Combined: Averted: Yes, she can merge with fairies to use their elements to attack. However, she cannot merge with more than one fairy without severely damaging herself in the process.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: She is not good at close range combat, however, being a commander in her old job didn't actually require that. She is a very good tactician, and with some supports she can be very good at predicting the opponent's moves and act accordingly.
  • Awesome by Analysis: Most people thinks Amarillo can predict the future since she can correctly guess their next actions. Though Amarillo do have a superpower, that's not related to prediction, she can predict other's actions just because she thinks a lot. She's not always correct though. Failing to grasp the true nature of Diamond's power caused things to go horribly wrong for her.
  • Berserk Button: Try hurting her allies in front of her, just try it. Though most of the time this leads to...
    • Tranquil Fury: She'll never fight a battle that have no chances to be won. however she'll actively search for said chance...
  • Canon Immigrant: Ever wondering why Amarillo's number is GA-04? It's because there are members before and after her, who are still working in "Chrono Agents" in their own canon stories. Most of Amarillo's backstory belongs to her own canon too.
  • Cast from Hit Points: She has no direct link of mana with the fairies, instead relay on her own ability to do so, thus she and her fairy partners use up her physical energy instead. Of course, over-consumption may lead to Amarillo conking out for a very long time.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Her default attitude towards everyone she just met. Even with someone that's clearly evil she still believes that they can be reformed, this however, eventually leads to some very bad situations.
  • Older Than They Look: She looks 12, however she is a time/space traveler, which means ordinary means of calculating one's age cannot be used on her.
  • Shout-Out: Where to begin?

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Debuted in Neo WUFTD


Ken Shojiki

A 25-year old young man who was studying computer engineering at a university in real life. One night he fell asleep...and upon waking up, found himself in a forest in the world of Gensokyo. A pack of youkai happened upon him, but he was saved by the belle Keine Kamishirasawa, the teacher and defender of the Human Village, before he could get attacked. Slightly traumatized, he explained his situation to her. On her offer, he moved into a house neighboring hers, and was aided and taught for several years by her. Wanting to repay his idol and savior, he studied fervently and became her teacher assistant at the local school.

Several years later (during which he had begun to try his hand at swordplay), Keine, impressed with his focus and devotion, asked if he wanted to train to become a guardian of the Human Village, to protect against possible youkai attacks. Perhaps somewhat due to his previous experience with youkai, he agreed almost immediately, and set to work studying magic to become wholly more competent.

Early in the roleplay, he received an energetic, somewhat snarky lightning fairy assistant named Reisa, who was sent directly from the Scarlet Devil Mansion by Patchouli Knowledge at Keine's request to aid him in his difficult magical studies. Unfortunately, his time and training in the Human Village was cut short upon being made aware of how the Gensokyo he had come to know was actually a virtual world created by the RAI organization. He now struggles against the RAI organization with his fellow faithful comrades and partners.

The participant controlling him is the last remaining participant to have joined the roleplay at the beginning of the second season, Neo WUFTD.

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Mayalissa "Mayli" Ayume

A 23-year old young woman with rich and famous parents (namely, a popular actress and a ruthless banking company executive). Since her parents paid for everything up to and including her college tuition, she has been raised, guided and influenced by them from birth (in what little time they devoted to her) to follow successfully in their footsteps. Not having a good grip on her own life, she did not start to discover passion until upper division grade school and early college. While busy studying at a private grade school and eventually a high-end private university, she took solace in her newfound passion for drawing and art (a literal case of Art Initiates Life), as well as a love of fantasy novels she could lose herself in.

One night after cramming for an exam, she dozed off and woke up in complete darkness in the great outdoors. Before she could figure out her location, a pack of vicious, hungry youkai suddenly surrounded her; she was swiftly attacked and mercilessly torn into. As she lay dying, her life ebbed away as they prepared to feast. Fortunately, Sanae Kochiya discovered the situation. After exterminating the youkai, she used her power of miracles to aid the perishing girl before her.

Days later, Mayli roused and found herself miraculously healed. She realized that Sanae had saved her life, and that she was in a mysterious world called Gensokyo. The wind priestess insisted that Mayli go to the Human Village, and she reluctantly left her savior to begin a much more relaxed life amongst others like her. For several years, she studied at the Human Village school and immersed herself in the quaint, delightful lifestyle...until one day, when her curiosity got the better of her and she followed a mysterious creature too far outside the Village. Naturally, it placed her in a tree and called for youkai reinforcements to eat her up (Later it turns out that the creature was really Nue in disguise).

Mayli's cries for help were answered by Ken, Sakuya Izayoi and her idol, Sanae. Saved without harm this time, her real adventure seemed to be only beginning as she would soon find herself in the middle of a battle with antagonistic allies to escape the now-established virtual world she had come to love, and immediately reenter reality. Even more surprising was discovering a sudden dependence on Ken for mana upon waking up, which she is both fascinated with and worried about.

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Danao Madarang

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Azrul Kyoki

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Kristian Johansson

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Ashley Fisher

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Aiko Shiratori

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Neil John Parilla

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Mao Xuezheng

An art student from Beijing with a bad history from an oppressive family, who lived up really well to the whole 'asian parents' stereotype. Loves art, loves life, loves fighting. Doesn't want to admit the last.

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  • All Chinese People Know Kung-Fu: The only person from mainland China in the roleplay, and trained in both Baguazhang and Xinyiquan.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Despite wanting nothing to do with his father's militaristic nature and teachings, he's been hinted to be a lot more violent than he seems.
  • Embarrassing Tattoo: Averted. Despite having a huge and elaborate tattoo across the right side of his torso that would be visible in public, he's not particularly ashamed of it.
  • Nice Guy
  • Nice Hat: A beret with multiple decorative pins.

Narràn Alda Sam

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Nikolas "Niko" Reinhart

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Zachary Hayami

A 20-year-old from America, Zachary is working to become a journalist, and has almost finished his college degree when he attends a strange convention in Japan. Receiving strange messages on his computer and phone, he decides to at least check it out a bit. He doesn't yet realize just what's in store for him.

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