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Kamui Gakupo/Gackpoidnote
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The fifth Japanese Vocaloid and the first to be distributed by Internet Co., Ltd. rather than Crypton. His outfit is based on that of a samurai. He was designed by Kentaro Miura (the creator of Berserk) and is voiced by Gackt. Yes, that Gackt.

  • Author Avatar: A variation; Gakupo is said to be "an extension of Gackt's persona".
  • Bishounen
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: In the Synchronicity series, before Miku destroys it.
  • Chick Magnet: As Duke Venomania, he literally makes a deal with the devil to become one.
  • Cool Big Bro: Often portrayed as this for Gumi. Though his fanon personality ranges from immature pervert to hyper-The Comically Serious samurai, so your mileage may vary.
  • Depending on the Writer: As mentioned above, though most Vocaloids have no set personality, his fanon personality has especially shown range over the years. Though a general trend is that his more immature portrayals are clustered towards the beginning of his run, there are exceptions like the 2015 Nikoniko Cho Party concert.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: In "Go Google It".
  • Everything's Better with Samurai
  • Face Death with Dignity: His cover of "Disappearance of Hatsune Miku" seems to invoke this trope, as it's set to a slower, more calm tune (though still somewhat melancholy). Perhaps it's a samurai thing.
  • Harem Seeker: In Madness of Duke Venomania. Albeit, he's playing Duke Venomania, not himself.
  • Honorary True Companion: Early on, he was frequently depicted with the Crypton Vocaloids in videos and songs, despite not being part of the same company. Sometimes he and Gumi still are.
  • Idiot Hair: A fairly noticeable one (look at the picture).
  • Katanas Are Just Better: According to the official profile, this katana actually serves some musical function. Fittingly, in the Evillious Chronicles, the cursed vessel for his character's sin is a katana (though he isn't the main sinner in the songs set in in-universe Japan; that's actually Luka).
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Mr. Fanservice: Even during his Joke Character days, he was portrayed as a handsome man running around in a fundoshi that barely covered his unusually sculpted rear (though Dancing Samurai, his first song, showed him as being bad with women). Aside from that, if he is a lover, he is usually played off as this. "The Madness of Duke Venomania" just took this trait Up to Eleven and deconstructed it.
  • Obi-Wan Moment: In "Sayonara, Arigatou", his last day with Rin is spent bidding her farewell for the future, regretful that he could not live long enough for her to receive her "Kokoro".
  • Otaku: How he's portrayed in the 2015 Niconico Cho Party concert. His room is filled wall to wall with Gumi merchandise, and he's constantly running around with a dakimakura (once with Gumi, the second time with IA).
  • The Reveal: "Sayonara, Arigatou" reveals that he is Rin's creator in "Kokoro". Thanks to Adaptation Displacement, most people will tell you it was Len.
  • Samurai Ponytail: His ponytail is a signature aspect of his design, befitting his samurai-inspired look.
  • Serious Business: In Dancing Samurai, he believes that anyone who doesn't know how to dance should just die. Ouch.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: He, Gumi, and Una tend to be way more popular than the rest of the Internet Co. Vocaloids. Some may mistake them for Crypton Vocaloids even due to their popularity.
  • Surprisingly Good English:
    • Most of ROY-P's songs featuring Gakupo has him speaking Engrish (mostly for the choruses) at worst , but then you have "Pain of the Sins" a full-fledged, honest-to-God English song made using his Japanese voicebank.
    • Although his English Voicebank is not yet out, it's not uncommon for Vocaloid users to make Gakupo sing in English. Take a look at these.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Eggplants. Some pictures even depict him with "Nasunoyoichi", a "steed" that is pretty much just a giant eggplant cow.
  • Updated Re-release: His VOCALOID3 version, which updated his original voice as Native and gave him extra Power and Whisper voicebanks.
    • His V4 update, however, was identical to his V3 voicebanks except with growl samples added.
  • Vocal Dissonance: As is the case with voice provider, has a much deeper vocal range than one might expect from his Bishounen design.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Literally in "Near Future City". He's hooked up to one of the machines that apparently contributed to instigating the apocalypse.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has purple hair.


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The seventh Japanese Vocaloid and released by Internet Co., Ltd., Gumi had a design heavily based off Ranka Lee due to the fact that her voicer, Megumi Nakajima, was Ranka's voice actress.

In the vein of Crypton Vocaloids' Appends, she also gets a voicebank update to be released in Vocaloid3 engine, which was named "Megpoid Extend", but is now officially "Vocaloid3 Megpoid" a notable acknowledge to her product name. On November 5, 2015, she had ten Japanese voicebanks released for Vocaloid4.

An English voicebank for Vocaloid3 was developed with several demos shown, and was eventually released on February 28, 2013, available at the English Vocaloid Store. It has been confirmed she will have another English voicebank, with production starting in 2016 or 2017.


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Lily is the eleventh Japanese Vocaloid and is distributed by Internet Co., Ltd. (Note that she was not actually done by Internet; she was made by Avex Co.) Lily's design was actually utilized pre-Vocaloidification as an anime image for Masuda Yuri, vocalist of band m.o.v.e., who provided her voice bank. Coincidentally, said design happened to be by KEI, designer of the Crypton Character Vocal Series Vocaloids.

She was advertised with an animated movie, "Schwarzgazer", depicting her and her companion "Mosh" as secretly fighting a mysterious dark "virus" force that they must combat with their music. Failure to produce music results in weakness, which almost deletes Lily and Mosh before a nearby music producer, Yakuto, saves them by supplying them with music. So does that make Lily a sort of undercover superhero?


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Based off the Japanese franchise character Gachapin, Gachapoid is distributed by Internet Co. Ltd. as the thirteenth Japanese Vocaloid. He is designed to appeal to young producers. His voice provider is Japanese voice actress, Kuniko Amemiya.




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A Vocaloid using the VOCALOID3 engine, she was an avatar of VY1. As the Mascot of VOCALO Revolution, she was designed to help promote the growing Vocaloid culture, aiming to raise awareness and the acceptance of this culture. That's before Internet Co. Ltd, on June 8, 2011, adopted her design to become a new Vocaloid.

She was released on 21st December 2011, along with Oliver. She's voiced by Eri Kitamura.


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Galaco is a limited voicebank offered exclusively in the Vocaloid Shop competition. She was first introduced in the PV of galaxias! of the band of the same name, and voiced by Kou Shibasaki. Eventually, she was officially released for VOCALOID3 under the name "Galaco NEO" on August 5, 2014 with an updated version of the original vocal (Red) and a new additional vocal (Blue).


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A vocaloid by Internet Co, released for the V3 engine on February 14, 2014. Noted for having the largest vocal range of any released Vocaloid. Here is one of her demos.


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A Vocaloid released by Internet Co. as part of the "Character Artist" series. She was released on October 16, 2014. Her voice is provided by Chiaki Ito of AAA fame.
  • Animal Motif: Butterflies. They appeared everywhere in "Chaos Theory" (later renamed "Beep Boop), and she had them as a reference to Shrignold for her "LOVE" video.
  • Bastard Girlfriend: In "LOVE", she portrayed a failing, obsessive relationship from the abuser's point of view.
  • Odango Hair: Her main look. She has an alternate one where her hair is cut short.
  • Roger Rabbit Effect: In the music video for Chiaki Ito's "Charming Kiss", Chika herself appears alongside her voice provider to dance with her and drag her into her mirror.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie
  • Show Within a Show: In "Charming Kiss", Chika appeared as the protagonist of the manga Chiaki Ito was reading, also titled Charming Kiss.
  • The Unfavorite: She was voted the least popular Vocaloid of 2014.


    Otomachi Una 

Otomachi Una
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The first original VOCALOID4 character developed for the company. She has two default modes— "Sugar", her softer bank, and "Spicy", her energetic bank. Released in July 2016. Her vocal provider is Aimi Tanaka.

Una later received a VOICEROID talk package in 2020.

  • Curtains Match the Window: Although her hair is a slightly different shade of blue than her eyes.
  • Cute Little Fangs
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Spicy more than Sugar, with radically different stockings, a cape over her skirt on one side, uneven streaks in her hair, a lightning bolt on one side of her hat, and a musical note painted on one cheek. Her Sugar design is more even, but still has mismatched socks and jewelry on one leg. Her Talk package adverts this entirely; pantyhose and upper garments are completely symmetrical.
  • Meaningful Name: Her given name, Una, sounds like part of the word "unagi". She wears an eel hat in both of her forms.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her twintails are a different color at the tip than the rest of it (Sugar has white, Spicy has yellow). Her Spicy design also has streaks of yellow in her bangs. Her TalkEX package instead has her lair end in pink tips.
  • Odd Friendship: In fandom, she's often depicted as being friends with the VOICEROID Tohoku Kiritan, who is generally more deadpan than the always peppy Una.
  • Rapunzel Hair: For a little girl she's packing some serious locks.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Her "Sugar" side is the girly one, while her "Spicy" side is the tomboy. They have pretty similar designs, but the Sugar one wears more frills and the Spicy one wears bolder, brighter colors and has a more eager expression. Both wear skirts, though.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair

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