This character sheet lists the hosts and guests of the web radio show BlazBlue Radio, better known as Buluraji or Bururaji. Almost everyone listed here are Seiyuus of BlazBlue characters or other game characters. The hosts as well all the guest seiyuus partake within the show to promote the games they are working in as well as the characters they are voicing.
Roles: Ragna the Bloodedge, Bang's Subordinate B, Sechs (XBlaze), Butler (Getsuei Gakuen -kou-), That Man (Guilty Gear Xrd), Big Band (Skullgirls)
The main personality of the show along with Kondo and Imai, although Sugita is often treated as the main personality. He is the seiyuu of Hero Protagonist Ragna the Bloodedge. He is an Otaku whose speech contains a lot of references that only other otaku may understand. Sugita is also the most knowledgeable about Fighting Games among the three. Sugita is the creator of Getsuei Gakuen -kou- which he promotes in HPER and ACE.
His main corner is "Scold me, Ragna-kun" and its variations, where he scolds the authors of fan letters for their embarrassing stories. Sugita is absent in episode D#05.
- Catch Phrase:
- "Imai-san, kawaii." ("Imai-san, you are cute"). He has been using it since the very first episode and many guests have picked it up as well.
- "Isocchi dayo." ("I'm Isocchi") This is actually Isomura's Catch Phrase, but Sugita uses it way more often than her ín this show.
- "Dokugiri!" Most of the time during the "Bulugiri" corner, Sugita will say "Dokugiri" while his avatar is wearing a Raiden mask and breathes a green fume.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is red.
- Cute, but Cacophonic: His Kakihara impressions are like this, pitching his voice to a very high note.
- Groin Attack: In the first season, whenever he loses tentama in the Battle! Battle!! corner, he then immediately acts like he's robbed from his balls. The joke is that he makes a pun of tentama with another word, "kintama", which is equivalent of saying "family jewels".Sugita: "Uargh! Guaaargh! "...b-balls are...! My balls are...!"
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Nakamura. He and Sugita had been friends for eight years when Buluraji started. Imai used to tease him about that in season 1.
- The Nicknamer: He is the reason why Imai is called "Imajin" and why Kondo is called "Kondom" and he has established these names since the first episode. Any attempt to give him a nickname fails miserably.
- Running Gag:
- Sugita will very often imitate other seiyuus.
- A lot of times he's supposed to draw something, he draws something else instead. This includes him drawing his friend Mafia Kajita or a Gundam.
- He would often use his Wakamoto impression to give Izayoi (specifically, Tsubaki's hat) a voice.
- Verbal Tic:
- Whenever he imitates Kakihara/Jin's Yandere voice, he will often end his sentences with "HAA~". He notes that Kakihara doesn't even says that.
- He will change S sounds to Sh sounds whenever he imitates Morikubo.
Roles: Noel Vermillion, ν-No.13-, Λ-No.11-, μ-No.12-
The second main personality and most notably the seiyuu of The Heroine Noel Vermillion. Kondo is rather timid and is more or less the Butt-Monkey of the trio, and she makes sure that they don't go too far away from track. She has been haunted by her Embarrassing Nickname "Kondom" since the first episode. Noteworthy, Kondo has appeared as her Noel, Nu and Lambda avatars, but never as Mu, despite that Mu's avatar appears a few times in the show and she has never used her Mu voice as well. The closest we've got is her Noel avatar wearing Mu's headgear and the Zeta Kondom sequence (which is a parody based of the Eye Catch of Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam).
Her main corner is "Noel Poem" and its variations, where she reads funny poem written by fans with a straight "pure maiden's" voice. In ZOKU#10, Kondo comes late to the show and her role is temporarily taken by the episode's guest Tomomi Isomura. In the middle of the episode before they enter the next corner, Kondo does make it to the studio and appears as the "guest" and the seiyuu of Λ-No.11-, although she later switches to her usual Noel avatar after the free talk. She is absent in episode A#04 and D#06.
- A-Cup Angst: She's often shows frustration about Noel's lack of bust and is jealous of characters with large breasts.
- Catch Phrase: "Kon-chan dayo" in response to her Embarrassing Nickname.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is blue.
- The Cutie: Thanks to her avatar, although Kondo does have many cute moments.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Sugita has given her the nickname "Kondom", which he claims is a portmanteau of "Kondo" and "Franchise/Gundam". Of course, given the Pun and the name is always censored when in written form, she doesn't like the name at all, trying to correct it to "Kon-chan" (which Sugita claims to be short for "Kondom"). Sugita eventually adds a "Zeta" to the nickname. And apparently, she still tolerates it enough, as any attempt to give Sugita a nickname never stucks because of how negatively he reacts to that.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Kondo shows jealousy towards Celica whom she views as a threat to Noel's position as The Heroine. Bonus points for Noel having green eyes. This gets referenced in the CT-CS summary video in Chronophantasma Extend.
- In-Series Nickname: She prefers "Kon-chan" and "Kana-chan", but there are of course "Kondom" and "Zeta Kondom", with the latter being then sometimes shortened to "Zeta". In episode 2, a listener send a letter to suggest the nickname "Kanakon" which doesn't stuck at all (also Sugita comments how the name sounds similar to the name of an anime called Kanokon; Kondo herself notes that it sounds like Famicom).
- Malaproper: She often mispronounces names and words and she often misreads some kanji. One prime example is episode #10, where she fails to pronounce "Makoto Nanaya yaku [...]"note correctly multiple times.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Since episode 8, she and Noel are associated with "thick, long fish sausages". It has become a Running Gag in live events.
- The Voiceless: In episode Q#12, Kondo is unable to use her voice and remains silent for almost the entire episode. Her Noel avatar is even shown wearing a coughing mask, and Sugita has to take over her poem corner. The Noel Poem still shows up, but at the end of the episode.
Roles: Tsubaki Yayoi, Izayoi, Yarukaka, Valentine (Skullgirls)
The third main personality. Imai's presence is very notable, since her character Tsubaki Yayoi first appears as an NPC in the first game's console version, so she plays big role to promote the game's release. Later on, her character does become playable, cementing her stay in the show. Imai often plays the the tsukkomi to Sugita's boke, and impressively, she catches a lot of his references, which is not an easy feat. Imai has the most amount of different chibi avatars.
She is absent in episode #10, W#4, H#4, the HYPER Getsuei Gakuen -kou- special, A#04, the first Shuku~GGXrd Special and D#06. Most of the time, her avatar is then replaced by a silent, always hand-waving robot named "Asami Inai".
- A-Cup Angst: She sometimes shows frustration about her lack of bust.
- Can't Hold Her Liquor: She spends the entirety of episode Q#11 being drunk after eating some alcoholic sweets that the staff brought over. She tries to hide it in the first 15 minutes, but then the cat's out of the bag.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is purple, but in the Riot Summer Again special, it's dark red.
- The Cutie: She often acts really cute and uses her cute voice in many moments.
- First-Name Basis: She tends to call every female guests as well as Kondou by their first name or nicknames, many of those being based on their first name.
- In-Series Nickname: Sugita gave her the nickname "Imajin". Prior to Buluraji, she already had the nickname "Asamingosu", sometimes shortened to "Mingosu". It doesn't show up as much as "Imajin" in this show.
- Nice Hat: Her character Tsubaki wears a prominent hat with an eye on it (it turns out the eye itself was just spontaneously created by another character designer) which is a part of the Archenemynote Izayoi. It's actually kind of a bit of an own character in Buluraji, as Sugita loves to voice the hat with his Wakamoto impression.
- Phrase Catcher: "Imai-san, kawaii" ("Imai-san is cute"), which started since the very first episode. She gets this a lot throughout the show, especially by Sugita, which embarrasses her. She doesn't mind it much when a girl says this to her. The audience in the live recording episodes gets to say it to her, too.
- Punny Name: The robot who replaces her avatar whenever Imai is absent is called "Asami Inai". "Inai" is a pun to "ii nai", which means "not there" or "absent".
The producer of the radio show as well as the producer and creator of BlazBlue. Mori is very often referred to by his nickname MoriP, and his avatar takes the form of sunglasses-wearing Paracelsus, A.B.A's sentient key from Guilty Gear (whom he voiced), leading to him being called "shamoji"note . He is present in almost every episode, supervising the show and providing some information. He may also even partake in some of the corners.
- The Cameo: He may pop up for short moments from time to time.
- Color-Coded Characters: Initially, his dialogue text used to be colored green like for any other guest, but later on, his dialogue text has been colored in brown.
- Cool Shades: His trademark. That's the reason why his avatar wears one. His shades are also subject in episode A#10.
- In-Series Nickname: He's often called MoriP — the P stands for "producer".
Guests (BlazBlue universe)
Guests debuting in Buluraji
Role: Litchi Faye-Ling
The seiyuu of Ms. Fanservice Litchi Faye-Ling and the first guest of the show, appearing in episode #02 and later again in episode ZOKU#06.
Despite being the seiyuu of the Eldritch Abomination and nigh-intelligible Arakune, Takashi Hikida is surprisingly a soft-spoken man. He appears in episode #04 and H#07.
Role: Rachel Alucard
The seiyuu of Rachel Alucard, who is one of the more regular guest of the series, being often invited to events. She appears in episode #6, in the SPRING RAID specials, ZOKU#7, W#03 (which is the TGS special), W#04, H#04, H#09 (which is the Pacifico Yokohama special), the HYPER Getsuei Gakuen -kou- special, Q#05 (the Ultimate☆Summer! special) and D#08.
Ueda and Tomomi Isomura have worked together in the Arc System Works' puppet show Bulugeki as their respective characters. Their puppets even make it in Buluraji in episode W#04. Buluraji has also promoted Arc System Works' Kakugē Academy where she and Mitsuhiro Ichiki host the show and play, as the name suggests, Fighting Games, particularly BlazBlue.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is pink in the SPRING RAID specials and in episode H#04; it's reddish pink in the TGS special, in the Pacifico Yokohama special, in the HYPER Getsuei Gakuen -kou- special, and in the Ultimate☆Summer! special. Otherwise, it's the standard green.
- In-Series Nickname: Kana-sama and the less common Kana-chan.
Roles: Jin Kisaragi, Hakumen
The seiyuu of The Rival named Jin Kisaragi, the Yandere little brother of Ragna the Bloodedge. Kakihara appears almost only in public recording specials (#07 and #08 which are the Riot Summer specials, the SPRING RAID specials, W#03 which is the TGS special, and H#09 which is the Pacifico Yokohama special), but he makes a proper appearance in the studio in episode #A01. He also appears in the DVD-exclusive episode R2. His over-the-top performance as Jin is one of the many common jokes in the show, with Sugita imitating Kakihara a lot in the series. For some reason, Kakihara never mentions that he voices Hakumen, but he does acknowledge the role, as listeners/viewers can see from time to time.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is dark blue in all public recording specials except the Riot Summer specials. Otherwise, it's the standard green for guests.
- Cute, but Cacophonic: He deliberately pitches his voice very high whenever he yells "NII-SAN" in this show. Taken Up to Eleven when he speaks in a girl's voice in episode A#01.
- Terrible Artist: In episode #08, his attempt to draw Calamity Trigger's Final Boss is rather poor. His drawing of the "OSHITE MAIRU" guy (Hakumen) looks more like a combination of Jason Voorhees and Berserker. Nevermind that his drawing depicts the wrong character. Although, given that neither Sugita nor Imai are seriously answering, it's likely that Kakihara just wanted to draw Hakumen.
Role: Bang Shishigami
The voice behind the Hot-Blooded Ninja of justice, Bang Shishigami. Koyama is notorious for showing his open pervertnesses within the show and he gets censored in every episode he appears. He appears in episode #09, the SPRING RAID specials, W#11 and A#11. His last two appearance even have a visible counter for the number of times he gets censored for his dirty jokes.
- All Men Are Perverts: He's the biggest pervert of the cast. He never makes an entrance without a dirty joke.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is light green in the SPRING RAID specials.
- Lovable Sex Maniac: Zigzagged. He always welcome in the studio, but his sex jokes and the sexual harrassment he committed in the SPRING RAID specials are probably the reason why he is never been invited to another BLUE FES special. He does partake in the BLAZBLUE LIVE events though.
Roles: Makoto Nanaya, Yuki Himezuru (XBlaze)
A regular guest of the series who has appeared in all of the first seven seasons, Tomomi Isomura (also known as "Isocchi") is the voice of the squirrel girl Makoto Nanaya, the best friend of Noel Vermillion and Tsubaki Yayoi. Like Imai, Isomura first appears in Buluraji when Makoto is still an NPC, but she becomes later playable as the very first Downloadable Content character. She's known for her Catchphrase "Isocchi da yo" ("I'm Isocchi") which she does by imitating the voice Keiji Fujiwara's Crayon Shin-chan character Hiroshi Nohara. Due to this, a common Running Gag involves other seiyuus borrowing her catchphrase. She has appeared in episode #10, the SPRING RAID specials, ZOKU#04, ZOKU#10, W#03 which is the TGS special, W#12, the Riot Summer Again special, H#04, H#09 which is the Pacifico Yokohama Special, A#06, the Shuku ・ BBCP Version-Up special, Q#02, Q#05 which is the Ultimate☆Summer! special, and D#05.
Isomura and Kana Ueda have worked together in the Arc System Works' puppet show Bulugeki as their respective characters. Their puppets even make it in Buluraji in episode W#04. She is also the host of the podcast Game no Shokutaku, where few of the BlazBlue related episodes were animated in the style of Buluraji. Those episodes are named Buluraji FUUMI. Buluraji also promotes another show where she's a host, Persona Stalker Club.
Role: Kokonoe, Eliza (Skullgirls)
Another regular guest. Chie Matsuura voices the Mad Scientist and Cat Girl Kokonoe, who is a prominent NPC in the first three games. Matsuura's eager desire to do battle voices with her comes true when Kokonoe is Promoted to Playable in the third game's home release. She appears in episode #11, in the SPRING RAID specials (though for only short appearances), ZOKU#08, W#01, W#13, H#09 which is the Pacifico Yokohama special, A#03, and Q#12.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is greyish pink in the SPRING RAID specials and in the Pacifico Yokohama special. Otherwise, it's the standard green for guests.
The voice of the Cat Girl Cloudcuckoolander Taokaka. She appears in episode #12 which is the final episode of the first season, and later in H#09 which is the Pacifico Yokohama special. She has recorded a few Taokaka lines for this show's corner Bulugiri (Dotou).
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is greenish yellow (or yellow green?) in the Pacifico Yokohama special. Otherwise, it's the standard green for guests.
Guests debuting in ZOKU
Role: Iron Tager
Roles: Hazama, Yuuki Terumi, Taiga Mizuki (Getsuei Gakuen -kou-)
Sugita's best friend who voices two of the franchise's main villains, Hazama and Yuuki Terumi. Nakamura is one of the two male seiyuus with the most number of appearances along with Kakihara, although Nakamura has significantly more appearances within the studio. He appears in episode ZOKU#03, in the Riot Summer Again special, H#09 which is the Pacifico Yokohama special, A#04, A#05, A#10 which is the second Haru special, and D#06.
Nakamura normally appears with his Hazama avatar, but in episode A#04 he is using his Taiga Mizuki avatar. And in episode A#05, he spends most of the time as his Terumi avatar.
- All Men Are Perverts: He occasionally shows his perverted side, especially in events.
- Color-Coded Characters: Normally, the standard color of the dialogue texts of studio guests is green, but his is colored green even in public recording specials where more than one guest are invited. This is because of Hazama and Terumi having green as their theme colors. It's also green in episode A#04 and D#06 despite there are two guests in these episodes.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Sugita. They have been friends long before BlazBlue started. Imai likes to ship them.
- In-Series Nickname: Youkyan, although it is used very rarely here.
- Large Ham: Deconstructed in an anecdote in episode A#05. In another anime where he was playing a nameless character, Nakamura's voice was too loud and aggressive, resulting in him being told that there's no character with that kind of volume within the school. The main cast told him to calm down and use a Bishounen voice.
Role: Relius Clover
Suwabe is the voice of the evil Mad Scientist and major villain Relius Clover, the father of Carl Clover. He appears in episode ZOKU#05. His research of this show prior to his appearance has him finding out that some people are not familiar with him to everyone's shock.
- In-Series Nickname: Be-san.
Guests debuting in WIDE
The seiyuu of one of the Six Heroes, Jubei the cat, who is a prominent NPC and the father of Kokonoe. Terasoma appears in episode W#02 and H#05. Terasoma has yet to make a return as a guest after Jubei has been Promoted to Playable.
Role: Celica A. Mercury
The voice of Celica A. Mercury, The Heroine of the Blaz Blue Phase Shift series and younger sister of Nine. Notably, Nomizu makes her first appearance in W#07 when Celica has only appeared in the light novels and drama CDs at that point. She returns in A#02 to promote Celica's official introduction to the main games, and later in A#12 after Celica is announced to be Promoted to Playable.
- Growling Gut: She has a loud one during episode A#02. Its later referenced a couple of times, like in episode A#12 when she tries to weaponize it as Celica's Astral Heat, calling it "Machine Gun Beat".
- Incoming Ham: Her third appearance, which is in episode A#12, where she appears in front of the camera and shouts at it as requested by Sugita.
- The Rival: A common joke within the radio show is that her character Celica is The Rival to Noel, so Kondo would often show animosity towards Celica.
Role: Platinum the Trinity (Luna, Sena and Trinity Glassfield), Satsuki Asou (Getsuei Gakuen -kou-)
She is the seiyuu of Platinum the Trinity, a girl with three personalities/souls residing inside her; the Bratty Half-Pint Luna, the Nice Boy Sena, and the mature adult Trinity Glassfield who is a member of the Six Heroes. As she could not appear in episode ZOKU#13, she left a video message to the studio to promote her character. She makes her first guest appearance in the HYPER Riot Summer Again special where she displays how much of a Yaoi Fangirl she is, and later she makes her first studio guest appearance in Q#07.
- Affectionate Nickname: Sugita may occassionally call her "Kodomo-sensei" ("Kid Teacher").
- Censored for Comedy: Her Homo avatar is normally pixelated. Its first uncensored appearance happens in the Real Trailer, Fake Movie at the end of episode D#08.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is pink in the Riot Summer Again special. In her reappearance, it's the standard green color for guests.
- Yaoi Fangirl: She shows a lot of enthuasism when Nakamura calls Azrael gay. This causes her avatar to change a couple of times.
Role: Izanami, Lulu Ajiki (Getsuei Gakuen -kou-)
The second and current seiyuu of the one Big Bads who is called by the title of Mikadonote . She first appeared as a secret guest in the Riot Summer Again special. After the Mikado has been Promoted to Playable as Meiō Izanaminote , Yukana appears again in episodes Q#10 and D#04, where in both episodes she displays her "sisterly love" towards Sugita.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is violet in the Riot Summer Again special. In her reappearances, it's the standard green for guests.
- Cool Big Sis: To Sugita. He behaves very differently when she's present in the studio and he can't resist her doting treatment towards him. Irony ensues given their roles in canon: Izanami is the psychotic younger sister to Ragna and is an overall antagonistic figure.
Role: Bullet, Cerebella (Skullgirls)
The seiyuu of the female mercenary Bullet who is also known by the fans as "Hotpants", something which Bullet is frequently mocked for within Buluraji. She first appears as a secret guest in the Riot Summer Again special and later appears again in episode H#03 and in the Pacifico Yokohama special.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is brown in the public recording specials. In her studio appearance, it's the standard green for guests.
The man behind the voice of the Blood Knight Juggernaut called Azrael. He first appears as a special guest in the Riot Summer Again special where he wins the world's one and only Gold Aztecutter as a prize. He later appears in episode H#02, in the Pacifico Yokohama special, and in Q#11.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is dark blue in the Riot Summer Again special, and then greyish blue in the Pacifico Yokohama special to differentiate his dialogue text from Kakihara's. In normal episodes, he's given the standard green for guests.
Guests debuting in HYPER
Yukitoshi Kikuchi (XBlaze)
Role: Touya Kagari
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is grey.
Role: Hinata Himezuru (XBlaze)
She is the voice of the Hinata Himezuru, the second heroine of XBlaze Code: Embryo, a spin-off to BlazBlue. She appears in episodes H#08 and H#10 to promote the upcoming and eventual release of the visual novel.
- Color-Coded Characters: Normally, whenever two or more guests appear in the same episode, they are given different colors other than the standard green for their diaolgue text. Mochizuki's, however, is green, although in a slightly lighter shade than the standard green for guests. This is due to her character prominently wearing green-colored clothes.
Mayuka Nomura voices both, The Heroine Es in XBlaze as well as Es the Guardian of the Gate in BlazBlue. She appears in episode H#08 to promote the release of XBlaze Code: Embryo and later in D#01 to promote Es's inclusion to the roster of Blaz Blue Centralfiction.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is indigo in episode H#08. In her next appearance, her dialogue text is in the standard green for guests.
Role: Kagura Mutsuki
This man voices Kagura Mutsuki, the leader of Imperial Guards of the World Void Information Control Organizationnote . He appears in episode H#11 to promote Kagura's upcoming debut in the home release of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma.
Guests debuting in ACE
Roles: Mai Natsume, Eiri Mizuki (Getsuei Gakuen -kou-), Ruby Rose (RWBY), Orie Ballardiae ( Under Night In-Birth)
Saori Hayami first appears in episode A#04 as the seiyuu of Eiri Mizuki, The Heroine of Sugita's Getsuei Gakuen -kou- to promote said visual novel. She later returns as a guest in episode Q#01, but as the voice of the "big breasted Bishoujo" Mai Natsume, protagonist of the manga series Blaz Blue Remix Heart as well as one of the other best friends of Noel, Tsubaki and Makoto. She returns in episode NEO#03, being the voice of Ruby Rose from RWBY and Orie Ballardiae from Under Night In-Birth in addition to Mai. However, she only appears in her Ruby avatar in that episode, although the other avatars appear in the episode preview.
- Color-Coded Characters: In episode A#04 when she appears as Eiri's seiyuu, her dialogue text is purple, which is Imai's color, who is absent this episode. In her reappearance as Mai's seiyuu, Hayami's dialogue text is the standard green for guests.
- Foreshadowing: In episode A#04, she reads the advertisement for Blaz Blue Remix Heart, long before she would voice Mai Natsume.
- Terrible Artist: She might as well have the worst drawing skills in the entire show. Her attempt to draw Mai out of her memory is more than just bad. It's so bad that the Highlandernote is playing in the background. Sugita even describes it as a Namekian. Her drawing is even used in the Real Trailer, Fake Movie at the end episode D#08, alongside Yuuki's uncensored Homo avatar.
Role: Hibiki Kohaku
The voice of the Bishounen/Dude Looks Like a Lady Hibiki Kohaku, the subservient secretary of Kagura Mutsuki. He first appears in episode A#09, and after Hibiki is Promoted to Playable, Ichiki returns in Q#05 which is the Ultimate☆Summer!! special, and in episode D#03.
- Affectionate Nickname: Ueda calls him "Yuuki" which ties all back to Marimite.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is dark blue in the Ultimate☆Summer!! special. Otherwise, it's the standard green for green.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Ueda calls him "Yuki" due to their relation in Maria-sama ga Miteru, but he is bothered by the fact that she never calls him by his name after all these years.
- In-Series Nickname: Icchan.
Guests debuting in QUICK
Role: Kajun Faycott
She is voice of Kajun Faycott, the best friend of Mai Natsume as well as of Noel, Tsubaki and Makoto. She appears in episode Q#03.
Role: Naoto Kurogane
He voices Naoto Kurogane, protagonist of BlazBlue: Bloodedge Experience who also is playable in Blaz Blue Centralfiction. Shimazaki makes his first appearance in episode Q#05 which is the Ultimate☆Summer!! special, and later appears in episode D#02.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is dark red in the Ultimate☆Summer!! special. Otherwise, it's the standard green for green.
Role: Nine the Phantom
The woman who lends the Great Mage Nine the Phantom her voice. She appears in episode Q#08 to promote Nine's inclusion as a playable character in Blaz Blue Centralfiction, and she learns in that episode that BlazBlue has already received an anime adaptation in which she herself wasn't in, being unaware that Phantom was indeed in the anime.
Guests debuting in DYNAMIC
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is black.
Role: Heart Aino
Mikako Takahashi is the seiyuu of Heart Aino, protagonist of Arcana Heart, being the first guest seiyuu from another franchise. She appears in episode ZOKU#11 to promote Arcana Heart 3 and later in NEO#05.
- Affectionate Nickname: Sugita calls her "Mikakongu-senpai".
Role: Sol Badguy
Daisuke Ishiwatari is the Sound Director of the main installments of BlazBlue. He has composed almost every song of the games, including character themes and credit songs. He appears in episode #03 to promote the BlazBlue Original Soundtrack ~Consumer Edition~ and in ZOKU#12 to promote the Continuum Shift II's opening Shinsou.
Ishiwatari is also the creator and General Director of BlazBlue's spiritual predecessor Guilty Gear and he is the original voice of protagonist Sol Badguy. In all subsequent episodes (A#06, A#07, the Shuku ・ GGXrd Specials, Q#06, and the GGXrdREV Special), he is promoting the Guilty Gear Xrd'' games, along with seiyuus working in that franchise. His initial avatar was Sol Badguy, wearing a Chimaki mask on the side of his head, but then he switches to a Chimaki avatar from A#06 onwards. His Sol avatar does briefly show up in A#07 where he and Joji Nakata do a double performance as Sol.
- Color-Coded Characters: Normally, whenever two or more guests appear in the same episode, they are given different colors other than the standard green for their diaolgue text. But Ishiwatari's dialogue text is always the same standard green regardless.
Role: Sol Badguy
The latest voice of protagonist Sol Badguy from Guilty Gear. He appears in episode A#07 to promote and celebrate the arcade release of Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-. He returns in the second Shuku ・ GGXrd Special to celebrate the home release of GGXrd -SIGN-. Nakata's voice is often imitated by Sugita, even in the episodes Nakata himself appears in.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is orange in episode A#07, but then it has a darker shade in his next appearance.
Roles: Ky Kiske, Robo-Ky
The man who voices Ky Kiske, The Rival to Sol Badguy. He appears in both Shuku ・ GGXrd Special to promote and celebrate the upcoming and eventual home release of GGXrd -SIGN-.
- Color-Coded Characters: His dialogue text is dark blue.
Role: Ramlethal Valentine
Role: Jack-O' Valentine
Hiromi Igarashi voices the boss character Jack-O' from Guilty Gear, another member of the Valentine series and a servant of That Man. She appears in episode Q#06 to celebrate the arcade release of Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-.
- Color-Coded Characters: Her dialogue text is in a brownish grey color.
Role: Jam Kuradoberi
The new voice of the Anime Chinese Girl Jam Kuradoberi. She appears in episode Q#06 to celebrate the arcade release of Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-.
Role: Elphelt Valentine
The voice of Elphelt Valentine, another member of the Valentine series. She appears in the GGXrdREV Special to celebrate the home release of Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-.
Role: Yosuke Hanamura
Showtaro Morikubo is the voice of The Lancer and resident Butt-Monkey of Persona 4, Yosuke Hanamura. He appears in episode W#11 to celebrate the arcade release of Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena. A Running Gag of Buluraji involves Sugita impersonating Morikubo.
Roles: Mei Asou, Ragna (child)
The woman who voices Cool Big Sis Mei Asou in Getsuei Gakuen -kou- as well as "chibi" Ragna in BlazBlue: Alter Memory. She appears in the HPER~Getsuei Gakuen -kou-~ special to celebrate the release of said visual novel.
Role: Yang Xiao Long, Yukiko Amagi (Persona 4)
The voice of Boisterous Bruiser and Ruby Rose's Cool Big Sis Yang Xiao Long from RWBY and Yamato Nadeshiko Yukiko Amagi from Persona 4, who both appear as playable characters in BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. She appears in episode NEO#02. So far she has only appeared in her Yang avatar, although the Amagi avatar is shown in the preview.
- Actor Allusion:
- Several to Sailor Moon, with Koshimizu being asked who her favorite Sailor Soldier is (she says Sailor Moon) and a piece of art depicting Yang in the art style of the 90s anime. Koshimizu voices Sailor Jupiter in Sailor Moon Crystal.
- At one point she channels Kallen Kouzuki and shouts "Shatter to pieces, Sugitannia!" at Sugita.
- Dynamic Entry: She enters by performing the last hit of Yang's Astral Finish, a diving punch that causes a gigantic explosion. Sugita spends the next minute freaking out about his hair being on fire before they continue the show.
- Precision F-Strike: She shouts "Fucking!" a couple of times from off-stage before her proper introduction.
- Toilet Humor: During the rapid-fire questions segment, she starts answering every question with "Poop!", which becomes a Running Gag to the point where there's a Poop Counter in the bottom corner of the screen. She has to break her streak when asked who her favorite Sailor Soldier is (see above).
Role: Weiss Schnee
Role: Satsuki Kiryūin
Yuzuki voices Satsuki Kiryūin from Kill la Kill. She appears in episode NEO#6 to promote the Kill la Kill video game which was developed by Arc System Works.
Faylan is the music artist who has performed the opening themes of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma and BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend. Her avatar is cat wearing a blue T-shirt with her name and an F written on itnote .
She first appears as a secret guest in episode W#03, performing the new opening Sokyuu no Hikari live in the Tokyo Game Show 2011. She then comes back as a guest in the show's proper format, in episode W#08 as well as in the BLAZBLUE MUSIC LIVE 2015 celebration special.