((hell yeah online game fanboy character, I'll try my best to do this right, tell me if I need to correct this guy))
Name: Kengo Tenchi
Class: Ranger Knight
Main Weapon: Dual katanas that aren't as long as the average ones and are held backhand like kodachis (short swords), used in 'Ranger' mode.
Secondary: A massive dual-edged sword that's almost as tall as himself, he names it Zankantou
('Heaven Cutting Sword'), and is formed by amalgamating his two katanas using mana, used primarily when he is in 'Knight' mode.
Mana Type Attacks:
Spirit Sword - Channels his mana through his two hands and creates a sword of mana that glows turquoise and is of varying size according to his will and throws it at high speed at his enemies.
Anti-Spirit - Forces his mana inwards to affect his spirit and cause his rage and anger to build. This makes him much stronger in terms of physical strength and endurance, strong enough to swing his Zankantou with ease, but if he has it activated for too long he may go berserk until he runs out of mana and reverts to normal. His eyes also change to a golden hue while he has this activated.
Grande Attack One: The New Generation's True Strength - Throws his two katanas into the air and countless copies appear in the air and rain down on the battle field. He runs forward, grabbing his two real katanas as the copies continue to fall and slashes the target numerous times in 'X' shaped cuts, ending in him kicking the target up high into the air and then, using his mana, has all the copy katanas fly out of the ground and pierce the enemy from all angles before he combines his real katanas into the real Zankantou and he jumps high into the air, high above the sword-ridden target, and cut down with his Zankantou burning like a meteorite, obliterating the enemy.
Grande Attack Two: Gungnir, Lance of Annihilation - Advancement of his first Grande Attack. Instead of using copy katanas, he focuses on his mana all around him and create numerous Spirit Swords around him that fly towards his target at blindingly high speed and pierce the enemy before he combines his katanas into his Zankantou and using his mana, turns himself, wielding Zankantou in front of him, into a giant glowing spear-shaped mass of mana that flies ahead at blinding speed and destroys his enemy.
Description: Wears a long light green coat fitted with pieces of gray armor on multiple areas. Has light, blue-green eyes and unkempt grayish-brown hair tied up in a ponytail.
Personality: An extremely hot-blooded young individual. Kengo has an odd habit of naming certain attacks and combos of his, and often shouts them aloud when performing them, a la classic super robot pilots. He also yells prompt-made names for normal attacks though, and remarks the flow and development of battle in strong spirit, the latter acts especially more when he is in 'Knight' mode. He has a very odd naming sense for attacks, such as having attacks start with "Heaven and Earth". Fast and easy to become friends with, and never turns his back on his comrades, although he can often argue.
Bio: A new character to the game, Kengo looks for a group to fight alongside and travel with, hoping that he could be one of the best in the game, and the only one to shout the names of his attacks.
Real Life Bio:
Name: Kirk Waterman
Bio: A normal teenager living in a suburban area with his mother and father, Kirk is a loyal fan of the Super Robot genre since he was small, although he loves robots in general. Has a little sister whom he loves very much, and whom loves him just as much, despite his nerdy behavior regarding robots. Bespectacled, which gives him the nerdy, otaku look even more, even though he is actually pretty good in sports, and loves badminton. Likes the concept of alter-egos, and decided to put it into playing his game character. While playing, he often changes his mindsets and priorities as well as behavior to create a 'Knight' mode, which emphasizes strength, and a 'Ranger' mode, which emphasizes speed, for Kengo. Also genre-savvy and keen about tropes.
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