Taniyama Kishou

BWS: Bloody Nightmare ~ Guillan Guinor ~

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Guillan Guinor (ギラン ギノー)
CV: Taniyama Kisho (谷山 紀章)

Guillan is one of Arles’ trusted friends and confidant, despite being half his age. In return, he looks up to Arles and constantly seeks praise from him. He seems to extremely love violence and often acts as an interrogator for the wolves. He’s a bit spoiled and acts like a selfish child. His way of talking is rough and usually insulting, but he is true to his feelings.

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Amnesia Later ~ Ikki ~

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Ikki (イッキ)
CV: Taniyama Kishou (谷山 紀章)

Ikki has matured since the original game and he isn’t shy about showing his affections towards the heroine who has finally decided to move in with him. He’s utterly smitten with her and restrains himself from pushing her outside of her comfort zone. But this doesn’t stop his seductions or sweet teasing. Basically he’s perfect boyfriend material and I’m so bias it’s not even funny (*ノ∀ノ)イヤン.

(Sorry!! I’ll definitely get back to BWS after this but even I need a break from depressing and dark stories no matter how much I like that genre. Also, a friend was browbeating me into finishing Ikki’s route before they spoiled me silly. Don’t worry, once I finish BWS I’ll be back to finishing Amnesia Later!.. No, really, I will).

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Amnesia ~ Ikki ~

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Ikki (イッキ)
CV: Taniyama Kishou (谷山 紀章)

Ikki is a very devoted and affectionate man. Although he seems like a playboy at first glance, there is much more to his character than is first revealed. His route focuses a lot on his story and his eyes and not much is revealed about why the heroine lost her memories. However,  the fact that the story is focused on Ikki doesn’t make his route any less enjoyable. He genuinely adores and loves the heroine and the depths of his affection can be clearly seen in his bad and normal routes.

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