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This article focuses on the Pop'n Music 10 character, Stella. If you are looking for the Nettou! BEMANI Stadium song, see Stella Sinistra.

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10Stella

Stella 2P

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Birthplace Tempel Tuttle comet
Birthdate December 19th
Gender Male
Race Alien
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Lime green
Hobby Sightseeing flights
Relative(s) Sirius (older brother)
Likes Crystal shooting stars
Dislikes Planetary syndicates
First Appearance pop'n music 10
Other Appearance(s) pop'n music ラピストリア
Theme(s) Cosmic

532nm

Designer(s) shio

Stella is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 10.

Personality

大人気SF小説の主人公。光の速さで星々を華麗に駆けめぐる王子様のストーリーに女の子達はみんなメロメロなんだって。
A very popular SF novel hero. Even girls are madly in love to the prince of the story, trotting the stars at the speed of light.

Appearance

Stella takes the form of a chartreuse-skinned alien with cyan eyes and lime green, short hair. He dons a white uniform that consists of magenta highlights and a "01" print on his left torso area. His shoes match her uniform with magenta soles. His original color palette also appears in 532nm in Pop'n Music Lapistoria.

In his 2P color palette, Stella's facial features remain their respective color, except for the hair, which is light blue. Stella's entire uniform only consist of midnight blue highlights.

Cameos

Stella makes his only cameo in Sirius's Win animation in Pop'n Music 15 ADVENTURE, and receives a different palette. His skin is colored apricot, the hair is violet, and his entire suit is baby blue. The highlights and her eyes are blue.

NET Self

Attack That! (それっ! Soree!?)
Damage Uff! (くっ! Ku!?)
GOOD Play GOOD
BAD Play BAD
WIN My, winning (私の、勝ち Watashi no, kachi?)
LOSE sigh

Etymology

Stella's name derives from the Latin origin of "star".

Trivia

  • Stella's birthday is identical to Edward's and Tiku-Taku's.
    • Stella's birthdate coincides with the discovery of the Tempel Tuttle comet.

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Animations

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