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Todoroki Kisou
轟競 Todoroki Kisou
Todoroki Hashiru
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Birthplace Fire Star
Birthdate January 2
Gender Male
Race Human
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Purple
Hobby World peace and sprinting
Relative(s) Todoroki Kisou (twin brother)
Likes A well-burning Ekiden relay zone
Dislikes The nearby granny who spills water on the road
First Appearance pop'n music 17 THE MOVIE
Other Appearance(s) None
Theme(s) Twin Hero
Designer(s) shio

Todoroki Hashiru, Todoroki Kisou's twin brother and 2P variant, is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 17 THE MOVIE.

Personality

この地球に平和の灯を絶やさぬよう、希望をリレー続ける轟兄弟!道は険しく、やっぱり熱い。果たしてその先にゴールはあるのか…!?

「そんな弱音を吐くなんでお前らしくないぞおォーー!」「アニキ!俺(以下略)
The Todoroki Brothers continue to relay hope, without interrupting the light of peace in this earth! The road is steep, and still hot. Why is there a goal previously..!?

"Don't feel bad about yourself!" "Brother!" Me (Below)[1]

Appearance

Hashiru's appearance is striking similar to Kisou's, however, he has a slightly darker tone and cerulean hair. He has a blue number "2" on his shirt and purple shorts in comparison.

NET Self

Attack Hang all of it! (全てを懸ける Subete wo kakeru?)
Defense Uuoooouuuu (うおおおーっ Uooooooooo?)
GOOD Play Burn it! (燃えるぜっ! Moeru ze~!?)
BAD Play Guwaa! (ぐはああっ!Guhaaa!?)
WIN It was hot! (熱かったぜ!Atsukatta ze!?)
LOSE Stand up! (立ち上がれ! Tachiagare!?)

Quotes

TOWN MODE

Battle:

うぉぉぉぉぉぉぉ!
勝負だ!ポップン勝負だ!
諦めるな!もっと熱くなれよ!
Wooooooo!
It's a game! Pop'n match!
Don't give up! Please become hotter!

Trivia

  • The Todoroki brothers' birthday corresponds with the day of the first half of the "Tokyo-Hakone Round-Trip College Ekiden Race" (Hakone Ekiden), which is a prominent university relay race that first began in 1920 that is held in between Tokyo and Hakone.
  • When the kanji for Kisou and Hashiru's names are combined, they form the Japanese term for "Race".

References