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Fubuki

Fubuki in the past, at a tournament


AppearanceEdit


A tall, muscular young man with medium-length black hair and fine features.

Background and familyEdit


Unknown.

PersonalityEdit


Fubuki has a very bright, cheerful personality and great inner strength. He gives it his all to protect his friends and to encourage them to continue going forward no matter what happens.

Special CharacteristicsEdit

(hobbies, strengths and weaknesses, special skills…)

Fubuki's strength is hitting stones with a bat. He used that to hunt smaller animals.

PastEdit

(before being frozen)

The young baseballer used to play at Kōshien. He was described as the shortstop of the century.

Development throughout the story Edit

(starting with the first appearance in the New World)

Fubuki's first appearance was in the Winter arc, Chapter 16 of the series, "Howling". He woke up next to three dried-up corpses and was told by Kumakawa that he'd been frozen and sent many years into the future. Trying to get used to the New World and to his fellow comrades, he soon grew attracted to Mitsuru. Aramaki then helped the two of them to get together.

Their group of five seemed to be cursed, though. A saber-toothed tiger killed off Kumakawa and mutilated Mutsuki so terribly that he chose suicide. The three left over members continued travelling together, but were attacked by the saber-toothed tiger again. Fubuki died protecting the two of them.

Further informationEdit


Fubuki had always dreamed of playing together with Aramaki someday. This is why he was so pleased when he met him for the very first time. The two of them quickly became friends.


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