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Tsurugigozen
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Character Information
Japanese Name 剱御前
Romaji Name Tsurugigozen
Character Code 0278
Location Fumus' World
Biological Information
Species Seraph
Professional Status
Affiliation Fumus' World
Occupation Fumus' underling
Personal Status


Tsurugigozen (剱御前) is a seraph, and an underling of Fumus. They have yet to formally appear in any series.

Appearance

Tsurugigozen has long, black hair tied up in a loose ponytail; an ahoge; and red, narrowed eyes. They wear a gakuran, and wield a kyū guntō with no apparent sheath. They have three pairs of wings that connote their status as a seraph.

Personality

There is not a lot of sources that can provide an understanding of the character's personality; however they are shown to get irritated when made fun of as shown by their interaction with Kyou teasing them about whether or not Fumus had sexually assaulted the seraph's heart.

They have been said to cry a lot if they were sexually mistreated.

Background

Not much is known about them.

Appearances

Up to this day, Tsurugigozen has only appeared in some of Deep-Sea Prisoner's Illustrations.

Relationships

Fumus

Fumus is Tsurugigozen's God and boss. In the recent sunahama update, Satanick wrote a nonfictional book about Fumus torturing them and violating their heart, so it would appear that Tsurugigozen is also a subject of abuse from Fumus.

Taffy

Taffy is one of Tsurugigozen's colleagues and, possibly, a friend. They have been seen drinking coffee together in a banner artwork.

Olive

Olive is one of Tsururgigozen's colleagues and, possibly, a friend.

Daimonji

Daimonji and Tsurugigozen are quite possibly enemies. Tsurugigozen seems to have done something that hurt him in the past.

Maekami

According to a Sunahama log, Maekami wishes to tear them apart for what they have done to Daimonji. It is unknown if Tsurugigozen also knows Maekami.

Kyou

Kyou once irked Tsurugigozen over what happened in the nonfictional book by Satanick, much to their displeasure. They do not seem to be on good terms.

Trivia

  • Their name,"Tsurugigozen", is of Japanese origins, and has the meaning: "Before the Honorable/Governing Sword"[1]
  • In the first page of Chapter 6 of the Obsolete Dream manga, the silhouette of one of the angels bears an uncanny resemblance to Tsurugigozen. Whether this is truly them or not is up to debate.

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References

  1. http://surreelistic.tumblr.com/post/123669137567/deep-sea-prisoner-character-name-meanings