For ;v; Psst I hope you don't mind it's base colour for now. I'll colour it asap once I get finals out of the way.
Name: Seiko Atarou
Birthday: May 8
Weapon Choice: Jump rope with barbs attached to it; he was inspired by the Wii Ninchuks & decided to add a twist to them
Opinion on What Is Happening: "Huh..? This is a game, right? If it's a game, then I can live with this. How exciting."
Relationships: Parents, but he doesn't associate with them that much
Lazy | Takes things extremely lightly | Carefree | Serious when it comes to gaming | Socially awkward | Reserved
Taro is extremely lazy when it's anything but gaming. He shows no concern for other activities or people in general because of that. He's very carefree and is usually never stressed out
unless he can't beat a level on a video game kekeke. He's not that reliable on memorizing things, therefore not that good at carrying out tasks for others. Taro takes gaming very seriously because it's literally his life. When meeting other people, Taro can be quite awkward to be around because of him being anti-social. However, he opens up (kind of) if given the chance. Otherwise, he is very reserved and keeps to himself.
- Rabbits / bunnies
- Being alone
- People who distract him from gaming
- Spicy food
- Doing physical work
- Loud people
Taro was first introduced to gaming when he saw someone in his kindergarten class playing with a portable gaming device. After that, he asked his parents to get him one and he started to get addicted to gaming. Everyday after school, he would lock himself in his room just to play video games. Then he became an anti-social person, neglecting everyone around him, including his parents. Eventually his parents stopped caring, and Taro adopted that into his own personality as well. He became apathetic towards everything but gaming. No one at school would talk to him, but he thought it was fine since all he needed was his gaming devices. The only "friend" that Taro had was a pet bunny that his parents got him for his 7th birthday. However, it eventually ran away and it made Taro kind of sad because his bunny was the only true companion that he'd had. As he grew older, he shut himself out of the world even more. Sometimes he would skip school just to game, and at some point his teachers stopped caring, too. Taro was okay with that; he didn't need school anyway. Everything he learned came from video games.
Eventually he was getting bored of playing the same types of games over and over again. He felt like he'd played every single genre of games, ranging from FPS to MMO. One day, when Taro was walking home from buying groceries to get ready for a gaming marathon, he came across something very curious in the bushes. Even though it had run away long ago, Taro still recognized his pet bunny. He set down the bags of groceries and peered into the bushes. His bunny was laying dead on the grass. He didn't know how it happened, or when it happened. The sight of his only friend dead made him feel a bit depressed, but quickly got over it because of his apathetic personality. While he was peering into the bushes, he had received a game invite on his phone. He fished his phone out of his pocket and flipped his phone open to become face to face with a screen saying "Rabbit Doubt." The option to play blinked at him as he stared intently at it.
Well, it's not like I have anything else to do anyway, he thought. His thumb hovered over the 'OK' button as he contemplated about playing it. It wasn't a game that he'd ever seen before, and he was quite curious. Besides, the game had the word 'rabbit' in it, so why not? Without any other further thought, he pressed 'OK' and was whisked away to an unfamiliar area.
- He usually has an unimpressed expression most of the time.
- He bought the bunny clip a while back when he was 7, a little after he got his pet bunny.
- He wasn't well-educated in school, but he's pretty clever.