Self Demonstrating: Shu Ouma
(This page is probably best read in Yuuki Kaji’s voice in Japanese or Austin Tindle’s for English.) My name is Shu Ouma. In my childhood, I was involved in this horrific event called Lost Christmas, a pandemic that infects most of Tokyo. As a result, I became unsociable and have quasi-friendships with my classmates at high school. Then everything changes when I meet the famous pink-haired singer, Inori Yuzuriha. Turns out she is part of a terrorist group called Funeral Parlor, that wants to save Japan from the hands of a corrupted organization named GHQ. As such, I receive this power called the ‘Power of the Kings’, which has the ability to extract these ‘void objects’ from people’s hearts. At first I refuse to take part of the fight as I just want to be normal. However, I decide to not just because of Inori, but to save many others I care about and I accept all the guilt actions.
These are things that know me:
- Accidental Pervert: I accidentally grab a girl's breast when I search for a 'specific void'. This can't be happening..
- Always Save the Girl: Its my purpose to help Inori no matter what.
- Expy: People think that I act like a character named Shinji Ikari from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
- Extreme Doormat: Here’s what I said to myself, "I'm dense? Maybe it's true that my mind works out of step with everyone else's. It's just that I don't know what to say to other people. So I hide my nervousness and try to go along with what they say. That's how I've made the quasi-friendships in my life."
- Fatal Flaw: My kindness.
- I Just Want to Be Badass: All I ever wanted is to be special like Gai, yet I eventually became my own person later on.
- No Social Skills
- Ordinary High-School Student: This is what I am before getting involve with Funeral Parlor.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: I compare myself to Gai.
- Scarf of Asskicking: Later on in my life, I wear various scarfs such as a red one for the final battle.
- Strong Family Resemblance: To my late dad.
- Tragic Hero: I’ve been to hell many times. As soon as life gets better, something gets worse.