15 December 2011


The story follows the "strongest juvenile delinquent," Oga Tatsumi, who is a first year in "Ishiyama High," a school for delinquents. The story starts as he is telling the story of how he found the baby to his best friend Furuichi Takayuki. One day while doing laundry by the river (actually, taking revenge on people trying to kill him in his sleep), he sees a man floating down it. He pulls him to shore and it splits in half which reveals a baby boy inside. This boy is the son of the great demon king and he has been chosen as the one to raise it with the baby's maid Hilda. The story follows his life with the child and at the delinquent school. The early chapters of the manga follow Oga as he attempts to 'pass on' Baby Beel to other students at Ishiyama, (The theory is that if Oga can find someone more evil and stronger than him, Baby Beel will attach to that person instead of Oga), and he eventually meets the Touhoushinki (Ishiyama's strongest four).He first meets Hajime Kanzaki, the first of the Touhoushinki and the closest to dominating the school. After defeating Kanzaki, Oga, who was originally impressed by his attitude, was found to be even more appealing to Beel.
A while after, Oga discovered a symbol on the back of his right hand. Hilda explains that it is the fly king seal more commonly known as the zebub spell, the family crest of the royal family. The appearance of the seal means that he has officially made a contract with beel. She also explains that the more evil he is, the more complex the design of the seal will become. Oga attempts to prevent the seal from growing by preventing himself to get into fights, but eventually has to give up. This is due to Himekawa, the second of the Touhoushinki, capturing Hilda and Furuichi, so he infiltrated Himekawa's base and defeated him by using the zebub blast for the first time. The consequences of using it caused the crest to stretch across his arm, Hilda commented after looking at the crest that the amount of energy used that time would have driven a normal person mad.

Beelzebub (べるぜバブ, Beruzebabu)
 A trip to the park caused a meeting with a girl called Aoi who was with her brother Kouta, Oga's first words "Please go out with me" created a misunderstanding which stayed within Aoi's heart. Oga told Beel to fight, possibly as a joke, but Kouta accepted the challenge and easily pushed Beel off a bench, it was this event sparked the rivalry between the two babies. A mother in the park eventually reports him to a police, but he defeated him easily after the policeman insulted Oga and Aoi. It is later revealed that Aoi, who was in disguise the whole time, is the leader of the Red tails and another member of the Touhoushinki.
Aoi, who was apparently away from school during the first two events, returned to school to defeat Oga, as she failed to find his name last time, to prevent him front causing any more trouble within the school. But on encounter, she realized that she had already met Oga, but not vice versa. After he dodged her attacks twice, he notices beel's interest in Aoi and so says"Please become this kid's mother"that causes another misunderstanding, when it was actually a request for her to replace him as a parent. The fight is postponed, and Hilda soon arrives to give beel's milk. The MK5, which returns later in the manga, make their debut in the story only to be defeated in a five panel pattern to be used again later in the story. After the fight beel senses something which turns out to be the last of the Toushinki, Toujou. Oga, however, did not notice.
Aoi sees Oga and Hilda's fight with MK5, and believes in the rumours that they are husband and wife. She is challenged by Hilda to a fight so she can test her ability, the fight ends quickly with Hilda deciding that Aoi wasn't on the same level as Oga. At the same time Oga was confronted by Chiaki and Nene. Two female students told Aoi that Oga had injured the two of them, which later turns out to be MK5.
Aoi fights Oga to avenge her two classmates, while Oga was assuming that she wanted to accept the role of becoming beel's parent. Nene, at the same time, woke up in the infirmary and goes to warn Aoi of MK5's trap, which turns out to be schemed by Miwa. MK5, however, prevents anyone from interupting Aoi and Oga's fight. Nene was about to get shot, but Natsume appeared and fought with MK5 to allow Nene to tell Aoi. She was unfortunately too late, as Aoi had already seemed to defeated Oga and was just in time for Miwa and Ikari to take over.
Oga suddenly gets back up and defeats Ikari and Miwa easily. It is then shown that Furuichi and Hilda have been watching the whole time. Oga, Furuichi, Hilda and baby Beel went to the beach in search for Toujou to hand baby Beel over to him, not knowing as this was a plot set by Kanzaki and Himekawa for both Toujou and Oga to crush each other. Aoi went to the beach as well to warn Oga about Toujou's strength. Oga and the gang had troubles searching for Toujou and were set in a wild goose chase. Oga decided to write a letter of challenge to Toujou and have Aoi pass it to him. Aoi attempted to tear it but one of Toujou's henchmen found it. They were supposed to meet between the two rocks at 5 pm. Oga was confronted by the MK5 once again but Oga quickly defeated them and arrived late. Toujou left after crushing several motorcycle gangs which inspired Oga to find Toujou .

Tatsumi Oga with demon

21 November 2011

Character T-ara Jiyeon


Park Ji Yeon (박지연)June 7, 1993Vocalist, Main Dancer
Originally trained to be a model and actress

Park Jiyeon
Park Ji-yeon(Hangul: 박지연; Hanja: 妍; born June 7, 1993), better known as simply Jiyeon, is a South Korean idol, singer, model and actress. She is best known as a member of girl group T-ara.

1993–2008: Childhood and youth
Ji-yeon was born in Seoul, South Korea on June 7, 1993. She briefly attended Seoul Arts High School and Hyehwa Girls' High School. Eventually, she "gave up a normal high school life" although "misses being a high school girl sometimes" and forsook attending university due to her busy acting schedule and career.

I'm working

Birth name
Park Jiyeon (박지연)
Also known asJiyeon (지연)
GenresK-pop, R&B, Dance-pop
OccupationsIdol, Singer, Dancer, Actress, Model
InstrumentsVocals and main dancer
Years active2009–present
LabelsCore Contents Media,
Mnet Media
Associated actsT-ara

2008–2010: Early work, T-ara, and career debut
She and Eunjung are the only two members of T-ara to be trained in acting. Instead, the two switched over to singing despite their original intentions.
Ji-yeon has expressed an interest in modeling. In 2008, when she was 15 years old, Ji-yeon was featured in several pictorials and advertisements for SMART with Korean boy band SHINee. She collaborated with Davichi and SeeYa on the digital single "Female Generation/Forever Love", which was released in May 2009, making her the first member of T-ara to appear in public. She appeared in SG Wannabe's music videos "Saranghae" and "My Love is Crying" from their 2009 album, Gift From SG WANNABE. Early on, the Korean media dubbed Ji-yeon "Little Kim Tae Hee" due to her close resemblance to Kim.
In 2008, she entered and won the Smart Model Contest. Subsequently, she auditioned at the Mnet Casting System and joined the company. T-ara debuted on July 29, 2009, when Ji-yeon was 16 years old; the majority of the members were in their early twenties. As of April 2011, she remains the youngest member of the group.

Ji-yeon made an appearance on the highly-ranked KBS television show Master of Study as Na Hyun Jung, a heavily burdened love-struck high school girl who joins a special class consisting of five underperforming students who must gain acceptance to the top South Korean university, commonly referred to as the "Cheonha-Dae" (in Korean). Ji-yeon played the lead character in Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp alongside with Yoon Si Yoon, which was released in July 2010. In August 2010, she appeared on HahaMong Show and discussed meeting Park Ji-sung.

During the August 19, 2011 rehearsal taping of KBS Music Bank for their final stage performance of promoting Roly Poly, Ji-yeon pulled a right knee ligament and was rushed to the hospital for further treatment. Her agency released a statement saying that Jiyeon's condition was being monitored. She was reported recovering and continuing to attend tour after tour, although she needed considerable assistance for each trip due to her injuries.


First Picture

03 September 2011

Fairy Tail Characters 8

* Lucy Heartfilia (ルーシィ・ハートフィリア Rūshi Hātofiria) is a Celestial Spirit Mage, a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and of its Team Natsu, and the main female protagonist of the series.

* Erza Scarlet is an S-Class Mage who's famous for her usage of Requip Magic. She is also a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and Team Natsu, and a main female protagonists of the Fairy Tail Series.

* Gray Fullbuster (グレイ・フルバスター Gurei Furubasutā) is an Ice-Make Mage, a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and of Team Natsu, and one of the main male protagonists.

* Wendy Marvell is a young female Dragon Slayer Mage, formerly belonging to the Cait Shelter Guild. After the events surrounding Nirvana unfold, she officially joins the Fairy Tail Guild. She learned her Dragon Slayer abilities from Grandeeney.

 * Jellal Fernandes (ジェラール・フェルナンデス Jerāru Ferunandesu) is a childhood friend of Erza Scarlet. Before he lost his memory, he was a Dark Mage who tried desperately to revive Zeref by using the R-System.

* Natsu Dragneel (ナツ・ドラグニル Natsu Doragoniru) is a Fire Dragon Slayer, a member of the Fairy Tail Guild, and leader of Team Natsu. He is the main male protagonist of Fairy Tail.

* Loke "Leo the Lion" is a member of Fairy Tail who was revealed to be a Celestial Spirit, one of the Zodiac Spirits.

* Juvia Lockser was a member of the Phantom Lord Guild, where she was in the special team Element 4. She's now one of the members of Fairy Tail.

Gray Fullbuster, Erza Scarlet, Natsu Dragneel and Lucy Heartfilia.
 Fairy Tail
Fairy Tail (フェアリーテイル, Fearī Teiru romanized as FAIRY TAIL in Japan) is a Japanese manga series by Hiro Mashima. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 23, 2006 where it is still ongoing. The individual chapters are being collected and published in tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, with 25 released as of February 2011. An anime produced by A-1 Pictures and Satelight was released in Japan on October 12, 2009. The series follows the adventures of the celestial spirit mage Lucy Heartfilia after she joins the Fairy Tail guild and teams up with Natsu Dragneel, who is searching for the dragon Igneel. The manga was licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga, which began releasing the individual volumes on March 25, 2008 and ended its licensing with the 12th Volume release. The series was taken over by Kodansha USA Publishing who will continue its North American release with the 13th volume due in May, 2011. It has been published in France by Pika Édition who have released 5 volumes as of April 3, 2009, in Spain is published by "Norma Editorial" from March 15, 2008, now thre were released 19 volumes and it's one of the top manga series in Spain actually. the anime has been licensed for a north american release by funimation entertainment who hopes to begin releasing the series in fall 2011. It has also been published in Taiwan by Tong Li, which has released 23 volumes as of December 2010.

5 Main Characters 
Natsu, Erza, Happy, Lucy and Gray.
* Natsu Dragneel
Natsu is the main male protagonists of Fairy Tail. He is a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and when he along with his best friend Happy, go looking for his foster father Igneel in the town of Hargeon, he meets the Celestial Spirit Mage Lucy Heartfilia. They create their own team and later join up with Erza Scarlet, and Gray Fullbuster.

* Lucy Heartfilia
Lucy is the main female protagonist of Fairy Tail. She ran away from home due to the neglect she felt from her father. In her quest to find a mage guild to join she meets Natsu Dragneel, and Happy. He invites her to the Fairy Tail Guild, and these three create a team and are later joined by Erza Scarlet and Gray Fullbuster.

* Happy
Happy is one of the main protagonists of Fairy Tail. He has been with Natsu ever since his birth six years ago. He accompanies Natsu to Hargeon in search of Igneel, and meets Lucy Heartfilia. He is a current member of Team Natsu.

* Erza Scarlet
Erza is one of the main protagonists of Fairy Tail. She is a former slave who joined the Fairy Tail Guild when she was younger. She is a current member of Team Natsu, and holds the title Titania, Queen of Fairies and is one of the S-Class Mages of the Fairy Tail Guild. Despite her strict and unwelcoming appearance, Erza is kind-hearted and dedicated to her friends.

* Gray Fullbuster
Gray is one of the main protagonists of Fairy Tail. He is a long time member of Fairy Tail and has been the rival of Natsu since they were younger. He is a member of Team Natsu, and cares deeply for his fellow team members, and his guild mates.

Lucy Heartfilia with Gray Fullbuster

New Photo no inside characters by doing
Siegrain, Jellal's thought projection, reminds Erza to keep a secret.

Lucy Ashley with Lucy Heartfilia

Last Episode of Fairy Tail

Bisca, Lucy and Levy on Fanatsia Parade
Farewell Friends
Let see the Fairy Tail of new episode

Lucy Heartfilia Fairy Tail Character

Lucinda "Lucy" Heartfilia (ルーシィ・ハートフィリア Rushinda"Rūshi" Hatofiria ) is the main female character of the series. She joins Fairy Tail at the start of the series, having always wanted to be a member. She is always teamed with Natsu when on a job, though the frequent battles they get involved in have left her wishing she could do an easy job by herself.

Lucy is one of the saner and more stable members of Fairy Tail, often being the only one to recognize the absurdity of her teammate's actions. She is also very confident in her appearance and sex appeal, exuding a certain amount of vanity. Lucy comes from a wealthy family, her father owning a large valley that serves as his estate's garden. Because she is estranged from her father, she left him and his fortune after the death of her mother so that she could follow her own path. In the series, it is revealed that father once told Lucy that he and her mother came from the guild Love & Lucky, and the "K" in "Lucky" fell off so the sign read "Love & Lucy"; the memory resonated strongly with them, thus they decided to name their daughter Lucy. She is voiced by Aya Hirano in Japanese and Cherami Leigh in English. Her given name was inspired from The Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds".
Lucy practices Celestial Spirit magic, a skill that allows her to summon spirits from another world using Gatekeys. Before she is allowed to use the key she must sign a contract with the spirit to decide upon when she is allowed to summon them. There are two types of keys: silver keys, which are common and of a large variety, and twelve extremely rare gold keys that open the "Twelve Gates of the Zodiac." Her Celestial Spirits have varying levels of power, with different ones suited for different tasks. For example, Aquarius can control water, while Taurus has enormous strength. She can summon multiple spirits (an uncommon ability) at once for short periods of time, but tires out easily when doing so. Lucy's main weakness is she cannot perform magic without her keys, although Loke is able to appear with or without being called out. Along with her keys, she also carries a whip which she is proficient with.

Lucy's reaction when she is called ugly by Duke Everlue
Gold Keys
  • Aquarius: "The Water Bearer" is a long-haired mermaid that can only be summoned into a body of water. She is selfish and taunts Lucy, often attacking both Lucy and Lucy's enemies with a torrent of water. Her occasional "off-days" would most likely be spent on a date with her boyfriend, Scorpio. She is voiced by Eri Kitamura in Japanese and Jessica Cavanagh in English.
  • Taurus: "The Golden Bull" is a minotaur with a white and black splotched coat and a nose ring. He wields a giant two-bladed axe. He is a pervert and constantly compliments Lucy's body. Voiced by Eiji Sekiguchi
  • Cancer: "The Great Crab" is a hair stylist with crab-claw shaped hair. He has six large crab-legs that come out of his back and carries around scissors. When he is first summoned, Happy assumes that Cancer would end all of his sentences with kani (crab), but in reality, Cancer ends all of his sentences with ebi (shrimp). Voiced by Yoshimitsu Shimoyama.
  • Virgo: "The Maiden" is a maid with shackles and chains around her wrists. Her ability is to tunnel underground. Her appearance reflects her current master's preference: when introduced under the ownership of Duke Everlue she looks giant and overweight, but she slims down after Lucy takes possession of her key. When speaking to Lucy, she calls her "Princess". Virgo constantly asks to be punished, an on-going joke throughout the series. She also sometimes gives Lucy clothes from the spirit world. She is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro in Japanese and Terri Doty in English..
  • Sagittarius: "The Archer" is a man wearing a horse costume that uses a bow and arrow. It is given to Lucy as a reward for saving Galuna Island. He ends his sentences with "moshi-moshi" (hello-hello).Voiced by Masaki Kawanabe.
  • Leo: "The Lion" is Loke, who gives his key to Lucy after she helps him return to the spirit world. He was previously owned by Karen Lilica, whose abusive attitude towards Aries resulted in an argument where Leo refused to return to the spirit world until she released him and Aries from their contracts. By doing this, Leo prevented Karen from summoning other Celestial Spirits which caused her death on a mission. After he regains his former powers as a Celestial Spirit, Loke demonstrates that he is much stronger than he used to be when he was a member of Fairy Tail. Leo is able to appear into the real world at will without being called; he can sense when Lucy is in danger, and come assist her when needed. It is also suggested that he is in love with Lucy. He is voiced by Daisuke Kishio in Japanese and Eric Vale in English..
  • Scorpio: "The Scorpion" is a man with a cannon in the shape of a mechanical stinger, and hair split into two different colors. He is Aquarius' boyfriend. Unlike Aquarius he has a respect for Lucy. Voiced by Daisuke Kishio.
  • Gemini: "The Twins" are two small imp-like creatures who can copy others in terms of appearances, abilities, and even thoughts. They were previously owned by Angel. Voiced by Yukiyo Fujii & Kanami Satou
  • Aries: "The Ram" is a young girl dressed in a woolen dress and long boots. Aries's past masters treated her badly and hardly ever took her feelings into consideration; when Karen was killed by Angel, Aries fell into Angel's possession until Angel is defeated by Lucy. Voiced by Sayaka Narita
  • Capricorn: "The Goat" is a tall man with a goat's body. He was originally Lucy's mother's spirit but she fell ill and passed her keys on to three other mages. Among these was Zoldeo, who held Capricorn's key. However, Zoldeo became swallowed by darkness and committed a taboo by using Human Subordination magic on Capricorn, which fused their bodies together.
Silver Keys
  • Crux: "The Southern Cross" is a large humanoid stone-made cross with a cross-shaped nose and mustache. He specializes in searching for information on different spirits and their masters. Voiced by Kimura Masafumi.
  • Horologium: "The Time Piece" is a living grandfather clock that is large enough for people to hide in. Lucy usually does this for shelter or as a mode of transportation. Once inside, Horologium speaks for her, ending every sentence with "my Mistress says". It is voiced by Masaki Kawanabe in Japanese and Ben Bryant in English.
  •  Lyra: "The Lyre" wears a bonnet, a dress, has wings on her back and carries a harp. She sings about emotions and often likes to take requests. She is voiced by Megumi Nakajima in Japanese and Kristin Sutton in English..
  • Nikora the Canis Minor: "Nikora", named "Plue" by Lucy, resembles the same Plue from Hiro Mashima's previous work, Rave Master. He has no special abilities or powers, and serves more as a pet for Lucy. Voiced by Saori Goto.
Name Lucy Heartfilia
Kanji ルーシィ・ハートフィリア
Rōmaji Rūshi Hātofiria
Race Human
Birthday July 1, X767
Age 17
Gender Female.png Female
Weight 47kg (103 lbs)
Eyes Brown
Hair Blonde
Blood Type AB
Professional Status
Affiliation Fairy Tail symbol.png Fairy Tail Guild
Previous Affiliation None
Guild Mark Location Back of Right Hand
Occupation Mage
Previous Occupation None
Team Team Natsu
Partner Cana Alberona
Previous Partner None
Base of Operations Fairy Tail Guild
Personal Status
Status Active
Relatives Mr. Heartfilia (Father)
Layla Heartfilia (Mother; deceased)
Lucy Ashley (Edolas counterpart)
Alias Cosplay Maniac Queen (by Bickslow)
Princess (姫 Hime) (by both Virgo and Coco)
Lucky Lucy (by Mr. Heartfilia)
Cheerleader (by Gajeel Redfox)
Magic Celestial Spirit Magic
Unison Raid
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 1
Anime Debut Episode 1
Japanese Voice Aya Hirano
English Voice Cherami Leigh

Lucy Heartfilia (ルーシィ・ハートフィリア Rūshi Hātofiria) is a Celestial Spirit Mage, a member of the Fairy Tail Guild and of its Team Natsu, and the main female protagonist of the series.


Lucy has brown eyes and blond hair that is usually tied by ribbons of a variety of colors in a singular bunch to the right side of her head. She has large breasts, and a curvaceous body. Her (presumed) measurements are Bust: 91 cm; Waist: 59 cm; Hip: 88 cm (37in, 23in, 36in).These measurements are approximated slightly different later on with the breasts being 2 less, and the others 1 less cm. Lucy's member stamp is located on the back of her right hand and is pink. Lucy does not consistently wear the same outfit. However, she always has a belt that, along with keeping her skirt up, holds her Celestial Spirit keys and a whip with a love heart-shaped end. She also wears some sort of high heels. She has a striking resemblence to her mother.


Lucy is a bit of a diva who takes exceptional pride in her looks and magic skill.She is a clever, kind, and caring person. She is very confident in her appearance and sex appeal, often exuding a certain amount of vanity. Despite this superficial attitude, Lucy is passionate for literature and is in the process of writing her own novel about her adventures with Fairy Tail. Aside from her interest in writing and reading prose, she also likes shopping and cooking, she likes assertive men, and her favorite color is blue. She is a member of the Heartfilia family, one of the wealthiest and most influential conglomerate families in the country of Fiore. However, due to her estranged relationship with her father and the death of her mother, Layla Heartfilia, she left home to follow her own path.
Lucy is very kind to her Celestial Spirit, and refuses to use them as shields. She fights alongside them, and treats her spirits as people, while others treat them as tools and objects. She will also go to great lengths to give them happiness, even if it costs her life. Even though she is technically the owner of her spirits, she denies being called that and instead, calls herself their friend.

The End 

03 April 2011

La Corda d'Oro Primo

Kahoko Hino
Kahoko is the main female protagonist of the series. She is a second year at Seiso Academy. She has a warm and friendly personality and is very honest and straightforward, as shown from the way she expresses herself through her violin.
She lives with her mother and older sister as well as having an older brother studying in a university but it is unknown whether or not her father has been mentioned in the story. She confesses to have a strong craving for sweet things.
Kahoko has never played or touched a violin until she meets the strange music fairy, Lili. Though at first reluctant about playing the violin, she soon begins to love music. She is a polite and considerate girl who puts others' feelings before her own, though at times she can appear rather naive, especially in music. The boys involved in the concours have obvious crushes on her, though Kahoko is unable to figure that out.
In the TV special Secondo Passo, she took up a part-time job working in a music shop to finance her violin lessons. She was also excluded by the academy's director Akihiko Kira to form an ensemble to take part in a grand festival. She was upset by the director's decision. Aoi Kaji then took her out on a date to cheer her up. He then reveals the reason he transferred here.
In the more recent chapters of the manga, she is shown more frequently and felt sad upon knowing Tsukimori will leave to study abroad.

Ryōtaro Tsuchiura
Tsuchiura is a second year as well as Kahoko's friend. He and Kahoko met after he ran into her, nearly knocking her down a staircase, saving her just in time in episode 1. Their friendship eventually grows, and she even confesses to him that she knew nothing of playing the violin.
His mother is a piano teacher, revealed through Minami's conversation with Kahoko in the anime. He also has a younger brother and is good at cooking.
He is a very gifted pianist but quit playing in public because of an unpleasant experience at a competition because of the judges' discrimination of younger contestants. After he assisted Kahoko in the first round of the concours by being her accompanist, he, as well, joined the concours.
In the past, he had a girlfriend called Mizue Sakamoto, and in episode 14, they met again by accident at the train station with Kahoko and Len where she mistook Kahoko as Tsuchiura's girlfriend at first, then Len's girlfriend after.
Tsuchiura is the star of the soccer team; he is the team midfielder. He is very skilled at the sport and even outdoing some third year students. Even so, Mizue said that he was skilled in both basketball and soccer, which Mizue points out that whenever he plays, there will always be girls cheering for him. As told by Mizue, he was also in the basketball club when they were in middle school.


He does not like Tsukimori, and they often get into many disagreements. Their arguments can vary in topics, from a notebook to their style of performance.
His feelings for Hino gradually deepen as the series progresses and going as far as secretly calling her Kaho during the quintet's performance.
In Chapter 37 of the manga, he admits to his ex-girlfriend, Mizue, that indeed, he likes someone - that someone being Hino, to whom he is thankful because she was the one who had helped him rediscover his love for the piano.
Later on in Chapter 55, in an attempt to make Tsukimori realize his own feelings for Hino, Tsuchiura confesses, "I ...like Hino." In Chapter 65, he gets angry at Tsukimori for "not doing anything about it", referring to Tsukimori's feelings towards Hino. In chapter 71, he told Kahoko "I like you."
In all of the game series, he was able to sense and see Lili, The fata. Alongside with the other Concour's Particpant.

Kazuki Hihara
Kazuki is an outgoing person and is extremely friendly to others. He has little sense of social boundary. During his time in middle school, he was in the track team but pulled out to play the trumpet in the school band.
He explained to Kahoko that one day he went to the rooftop to have lunch, however when he arrived, there was a female senior playing the trumpet. He was amazed at how she played. Soon after, she was there every time he went to the place to have his lunch. Later, she brought a trumpet she borrowed from the school's music room. This finally allowed him to have a try on playing the trumpet. Nevertheless, at that time, he already joined the school's track team and he was reluctant to leave and join the school band. However, in the end he had his friend's support and quit the track team.


Kazuki has an enormous appetite, as he is constantly eating. He quickly befriends Kahoko. Because of him, Kahoko learned the true meaning of music, that it is enjoyed by everyone. After that Kahoko began to love and enjoy music better. In the middle of the series, he starts to call Kahoko "Kaho-chan", instead of the usual "Hino-chan", thus suggesting he has a rather obvious crush on her. He is the first one to realize he likes her, and becomes overly conscious of her afterward.
He's a member of the Orchestra Club.
He has an elder brother named Haruki.
In Kiniro no Corda 3 he is 25 years old and is helping out the orchestra club, the role Shinobu Ousaki once filled in.

Len Tsukimori
Len is in the Music department and is in Year 2, Class A. He is quiet and cold towards everyone, including his own parents, to an extent. Later, he warms up to Kahoko and eventually gives her advice on how to hold and play the violin properly.
He is a violin virtuoso. Born in a family of musicians, Len felt overshadowed by his parents' music and strives for perfection in his music. He holds a high standard and demands the best from himself and from others. Len's father is a well-known violinist and his mother is a famous pianist called Misa Hamai. He is fluent in both English and German. In one of the chapters, it has been shown that Len knows how to play the piano.
Len didn't believe that music was enjoyable, though after spending some time with Kahoko, he slowly began to enjoy music. With this, his music changed and even his mother has noticed the change that was influenced by Kahoko.
Others may think that he acts harshly towards her, but deep down in his heart, he is concerned about her although he does not show it. As the series progresses, he realizes his feelings of love for Kahoko. It becomes more obvious in the more recent chapters of the manga; for instance, while everyone else knows that he is leaving to study in Europe, he finds it the hardest to tell this to Kahoko, and he doesn't really understand why. Instead, he claims that his leaving has nothing to do with her.
It takes Ryōtaro, who tells Len that he (Ryōtaro) likes Kahoko, to make him open his heart and acknowledge certain things regarding her. It's also seen that it is only around her that he blushes furiously later on in the series - for instance, when she held his hands, and when he walked her home. In chapter 63 of the manga, he becomes fully aware of his feelings when he thinks "My feelings for you...if it is expressed in words, then it is Love."
In chapter 63, (titled : Ave Maria) Len finally realizes his true feelings for Kahoko. It seems that his feelings were confusing for him for a long time, but then he realizes that he loves her. In chapter 65, Len was encouraged by Kahoko to go see Tsuchiura's performance. Before the concert, Len was depicted to only stare at Kahoko during that time. Yunoki told him that was too obvious.
Yunoki also found out Tsukimori has feelings for Hino. The time Tsukimori didn't want to tell Hino that he was going to leave in a week, Tsuchiura was so angry because Len was being cruel to Hino. Len told him that even though he confessed to her, it would not change her performance during the contest.
In Chapter 67, he hugs Kahoko and tells her that he will be leaving for his trip the next day, which happened to be the day of her performance. In Chapter 69, as Tsukimori was about to leave for his trip, Tsuchiura looked for to convince him to watch Hino's performance. Tsukimori then buys flowers for Hino, but does not stay to the end to see her after her performance, instead asking Tsuchiura to pass the flowers onto her. When asked why, he tells Tsuchiura that 'that performance was more than enough.' After finding out Tsukimori had been and had already left, Hino runs out of the hall to find Tsukimori. After seeing her on the side of the street just after getting into his taxi, he gets out and tells her that he heard her performance and how much he enjoyed it. After giving Hino his coat due to her lack of warm clothing and hearing her promise to work hard at the violin, he departs and is currently studying in Vienna.
Chapter 74 from the manga marks Len's return to Japan, and a confrontation between him and Kahoko ensues.


The manga closes with Chapter 75, where Len indirectly confesses to Kahoko about his feelings. Lili appears once again, and sees the two together(hugging) and brings kahoko the music of happiness.
In Kiniro no Corda game, he can see Lili, the Fata.

Hei Darker Than Black

Hei Darker Than Black
Codename "Hei", the main protagonist, is an elite Contractor, with the Messier Code BK-201. Hei has a double persona in the series. In the general public he is referred to as Li Shengshun, a good-natured Chinese exchange student living in the Umitsuki apartments and occasionally working in his "part time job". He has short black hair and a large appetite.
Hei's other persona is that of the Contractor simply known as BK-201 by authorities or as The Black Reaper (Kuro no Shinigami) by other Contractors. Even before becoming a Contractor, Hei worked as an assassin, earning his nickname. As Hei, he operates in a mask, a bullet resistant overcoat, and with gear suiting a military operative.


K-On! (けいおん! Keion!) is a Japanese four-panel comic strip manga written and illustrated by Kakifly. The manga was serialized in Houbunsha's seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara between the May 2007 and October 2010 issues. It was also serialized in Houbunsha's magazine Manga Time Kirara Carat. The manga will relaunch in spring 2011 in Manga Times Kirara. A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation aired in Japan between April and June 2009. An additional original video animation (OVA) episode was released in January 2010. A 26-episode second season, titled K-On!! (with two exclamation marks), aired in Japan between April and September 2010, with an OVA episode released in March 2011. An anime film adaptation has been announced and will be released in Japan on December 3, 2011. The title of the series comes from the Japanese word for light music, keiongaku (軽音楽), but in the Japanese context is similar to pop music.

Mio Akiyama
Mio is a shy girl who is in the light music club. She plays a left-handed, 3-Color Sunburst Fender Jazz Bass with a tortoiseshell pickguard.though is shown playing a Fender Precision Bass in the first manga volume.She uses D'Addario EXL160M medium bass strings. Her bass is given the name Elizabeth later in the anime. While she originally intended to join the literary club, she was forced into the light music club by her childhood friend and the club's president/drummer, Ritsu. She gets excellent grades in school and is often mature and strict especially where Ritsu is involved; her weakness is the macabre and horrific, and she is often incapacitated with fear when stories involving ghosts, blood, injuries,haunted houses,barnacles or other disturbing topics come up. She also has a fear of being in the spotlight and gets embarrassed easily, and is often subject to teasing from Ritsu and Sawako, their club adviser and eventual third-year homeroom teacher. Mio has long, straight black hair and gray eyes (that are angled slightly more than the other characters). She cites that she chose bass since it is not the center of attention in the band, unlike the guitarist. Mio is more technical when it comes to music, and Yui often comes to her when she is in need of more guitar tutorials.

Along with Yui, Mio is one of the band's main vocalists, though given her dislike of being center stage, she tries to avoid taking the lead vocal if possible, generally singing if Yui is unable to. She writes most of the songs, although they usually feature some odd and overly girlish lyrics like "Light and Fluffy Time". As she is left-handed, she becomes entranced whenever she sees left-handed instruments, because of their rarity. After their first live performance, the attractive Mio gained a huge fan following (in no small part due to an unfortunate accident that occurred at the end of the show), led by an infatuated former student council president. Also resulting from her sudden popularity, most of her classmates voted that she portray Romeo in their class play.

Syaoran n Sakura

Syaoran and Sakura
Syaoran (小狼 Shaoran) is a fictional character appearing as one of the protagonists from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, a manga series written and illustrated by Clamp. In Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Syaoran is introduced as young archeologist who is in love with Sakura, his childhood friend and the princess from the Kingdom of Clow. When Sakura's memories are scattered throughout parallel dimensions, Syaoran goes on a quest to recover them, giving all of Sakura's memories involving him as a payment to travel. Across the series, Syaoran is revealed to be a clone from another teenager created by Fei-Wang Reed, the sorcerer who caused Sakura to lose her memories. As a seal from his original self placed on the clone's body breaks, Syaoran becomes one of the series' antagonists, moving according to Fei-Wang's will. He has also been featured in other Clamp works including the manga xxxHolic, and the drama CD series Holistuba.
Syaoran's character was based on Syaoran Li, a character from Clamp's Cardcaptor Sakura manga. The character has been well-received by readers from the series, placing high in various popularity polls from Tsubasa and manga and anime series in general. He also received positive comments by publications from manga and anime who pointed his role in the series and his relationship with Sakura. Syaoran's role as an antagonist has also received positive comments and various writers started giving nicknames to differentiate him from his original self often calling him evil.

Sakura (サクラ?), also known as Princess Sakura (サクラ姫 Sakura Hime), is a fictional character and one of the protagonists from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, a manga series written and illustrated by Clamp. In the series, Sakura is a princess from the Kingdom of Clow who has her memories separated from her body to parallel dimensions. Having fallen catatonic and being near death, Syaoran, her childhood friend, goes on a quest to recover her memories which took the form of feathers. As a payment for travelling, Sakura loses all the memories she ever had regarding Syaoran who she was in love. Nevertheless, as the journey continues, Sakura starts bonding with Syaoran and learns about how the sorcerer Fei-Wang Reed was responsible for the loss of her memories and the recovery from all of them will help Fei-Wang. Besides Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Sakura also appears in other works from Clamp including xxxHolic and the drama CD series Holitsuba.
The character of Sakura was based on Sakura Kinomoto, the protagonist from Clamp's previous manga Cardcaptor Sakura sharing a similar relationship Syaoran, who also based on a character from the same series. Her character has been well-received by Japanese readers and audiences, appearing in various popularity polls from Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle as well as series in general. Publications for manga, anime and other media have also commented on Sakura's character. She received praise for her personality, her relation with Syaoran, as well as her development across the series.

Usui Takumi

Usui Takumi
Takumi Usui (碓氷 拓海Usui Takumi) is the first person who found out the secret of Misaki Ayuzawa. He kept quiet about it so that he is the only one who knew. Slowly as time passes by, he develops an attachment to Misaki. He does not leave Misaki's side even if she beats him up. He is often referred to by Misaki as the "perverted outer-space alien". Still, he's often flirting with her, causing her an evident blush and an angry reaction.

AppearanceEdit Appearance section

Usui has blonde, spiky hair that slightly covers his green eyes. He is one of the few blondes in the series, which most likely roots in his British heritage (he is one-quarter British). As seen in the series, he is very athletic, and is slender yet muscular. His height is 186 cm. He is very handsome, as most girls who see him falls for his looks instantly.

PersonalityEdit Personality section 

Usui is a very secretive person, and has only opened himself to Misaki. He is also a very popular boy in school because of his looks and talent. Some may not see, but he is a very smart student, and although very popular, he doesn't let it go to his head. Actually, he seems to think the whole popularity-thing is rather troublesome (making him look even cooler).

Usui is one of the best students in Seika High, if not the best, excelling in most subjects and sports (to Misaki's annoyance). He doesn't think twice about rejecting a girl's confession, something he seems to experience often, Misaki is also unhappy about this as she views it as him "harassing" girls. He can also survive even after jumping through the school roof without protective gear, just to save the photo that contains the secret of Misaki being a maid. He excels in playing chess, the violin, cooking, formal table etiquettes as well as most sports, much to many people's surprise. He does not seem to do well with kids or animals. He is a quarter British and is able to speak English fluently, mostly using it to converse with his older brother. There was also once that he kissed Yukimura, leading him to avoid Usui afterwards, because he did not want Misaki to feel so awkward from a kiss he gave her, and it worked.
Usui does not express any desire to sustain a long-term relationship with anybody, evident when Kanou asks him about it - he shaves off the question by saying dating is troublesome. It is noted that he looks very similar to his brother, Gerard Walker, apart from the hair colour, to the point that most of the students in Seika High thought Gerard was Usui when he wore a blond wig. His relationship with his family does not seem to be a good one.

BackgroundEdit Background section

He lives in a very expensive condo, which has a sofa, pillow, table, and a kitchen inside. He came from a wealthy family and a very complicated life. He seems to occasionally wear glasses when he is at home. He seems to have some connection with Maria Miyazono (who's the daughter of one of the tutors Usui once had), and Tora Igarashi, the student council president of Miyabigaoka High School - both of whom try to convince Usui to transfer to Miyabigaoka High. He has also a big brother, Gerard Walker. Gerard and Takumi share the same mother but not the same father, and they look very similar, which could easily fool anyone but Misaki, who most likely knew Usui too well by the time Gerard was introduced.

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Rin Tohsaka

Rin Tohsaka
Rin is a model student and idol of Shirō's school. She barely talks to other students in her school and exhibits a desire to be left alone, as exemplified by her tendency to stay on the school's rooftop, away from the rest of the students. She is also secretly a magus, and a Master in the Holy Grail War. Rin is reared as the successor to her family's magecraft, instructed by her father, Tokiomi Tōsaka, to prioritize sorcery over her own interests. After her father is killed, Rin continues to perfect her sorcery, with some guidance from Kirei Kotomine. She strives to earn the admiration of her peers to avoid drawing attention to her private life, even though she is secretly stingy, tomboyish, and a slacker. She is perceptive, resourceful and avidly competitive. Although she tries to summon a Saber-class Servant, she accidentally calls Archer instead.

Rin excels in transformation of energy, which includes storage of Mana in objects. She stores all of her mana in jewels that she charges daily to bypass her body's natural limitations on releasing energy. She can detonate her jewels on contact with an object, resulting in a release of energy equivalent to an attack rank of "A". Her most common offensive spell is "Gandr", which fires concentrated mana in the form of a black orb from her finger. On contact, the spell amplifies physical conditions -- a person who is already sick, for example, becomes far sicker upon being hit. Rin is also proficient with reinforcement sorcery, which she uses on her legs to give herself more speed.

Fate/stay nightEdit Fate/stay night section

By the conclusion of the prologue, Rin would have used two Command Seals on Archer; the first is to force him into submission after he acts insubordinate to her briefly after he is summoned, and the second is to force him into ethereal form before he is killed by Saber. In all scenarios, her position as narrator is replaced by Shirou.
In Fate, Rin acts as an advisor to Shirou, dutifully attempting to school him in traditional sorcery in light of his powerful Servant, Saber. Although Shirou's recklessness results in the death of Archer, she bears Shirou no ill-will, though she hides bitterness at her loss of both her Servant and her chance at winning the war. Rin is later stabbed by Kotomine Kirei in Shirou's home, though she survives and ultimately leaves for London at the war's end to become a true magus.
Rin is the heroine in "Unlimited Blade Works" scenario, and has a romantic relationship with Shirou. In "Heaven's Feel" scenario, she uses the Jeweled Sword Zelretch to fight Matou Sakura.
Rin and Shirou become partners in every scenario. In fact, Rin does care for Shiro. However, aside from her heroine scenario, UBW, in which she ends the 5th Grail War while continuing some romantic interest with Shiro. Their relationship is still placed secondary to her desire to join the Association but she asks if Shiro would be willing to travel with her to London as her apprentice so they can stay together and she can watch over him. In Fate scenario, she becomes only an observer of Shiro's life and continues her friendship with Shiro after Saber's departure. In Heaven's Feel, she does not pursue her feelings further because of Matou Sakura, her biological sister, who is in love with Shiro. She thus puts her feelings aside in consideration for her sister whom she felt she abandoned

Fate/hollow ataraxiaEdit Fate/hollow ataraxia section

Rin also appears in Fate/stay night's sequel, Fate/hollow ataraxia, when she wields the Kaleidostick, another of Zeltretch's inventions, which when activated transfers knowledge from an alternate version of its user into its current wielder, in addition to providing an ample source of Mana. However, the Kaleidostick dislikes its creator, and frequently manipulates its user into humiliating situations. In Fate/hollow ataraxia, the Kaleidostick is responsible for transforming Rin into the magical girl Kaleido-Ruby. Also Rin's rival from Clock Tower, Luviagelita Edelfelt is introduced.
At the night of the final loop, Rin guards the Fuyuki bridge with her servant, Archer, from a horde of "monsters" to prevent them from chasing after Shiro/Avenger.

TriviaEdit Trivia section

- It is possible that Rin is a descendant of vampires because of her connection to Zelretch. It is alluded and implied by Kotomine when he mentions that The Tohsaka house is built atop of a vampire's leyline, and that burying Tohsaka in the earth could do good for her mana, as vampires can sleep under the earth to recover their strength.