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Yogi
Yogi
Kanji

與儀

Rōmaji

Yogi

Characteristics
Race

Human

Gender

Male

Birthday

February 11th

Age

21

Height

181 cm (5'11")

Hair Color

Blonde

Eye Color

Violet

Blood Type

B

Professional Status
Affiliation

Nyanperowna Mascot
Circus Second Ship's Fighter

Personal Status
Status

Alive

Relatives

Sister (deceased)

First Appearance
Manga Debut

Chapter 4

Anime Debut

Episode 1

Portrayal
Japanese Voice

Miyano Mamoru

Image Gallery

Yogi (與儀) is a Circus Second Ship's Fighter and Hirato's subordinate.

Appearance

Yogi is a tall young man with messy blonde hair and violet eyes. He wears a white allergy patch on his left cheek, and if removed it causes his hair to change to a silver color. 

He wears a long-sleeved yellow shirt with two red stripes on the left arm and is torn in several places and the bottom tears into two long strips that almost touch the ground. He wears green cargo pants and long brown boots that reach past his calves.

Personality

Yogi is an eccentric man, always bright. Despite his age, he tends to act like a child. He is often very cheerful, however he becomes worried very easily like whenever Gareki insults him. When his allergy patch comes off he becomes extraordinarily violent and does not seem to recognize Gareki. He tends to get along with everyone especially children because of his charismatic nature. 

Relationships

Abilities

While he states that battles make him nervous, he is still a skilled fighter.

Weapon

His weapons are two thorn-like épées.

Dorn Kiste (Wall of Rose)

Yogi's special attack. The name means Rose Box in German.

History

Trivia

  • The "yo" in his name means participate in, give, award, impart, provide, cause and "gi" means ceremony, rule, affair, case, a matter in Japanese.

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