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Guilty Gear Fighters
Fighter ID:
Blood Type
Eye Color
183 cm
Personal Treasure(s)
Faith, freedom
68 kg
Demons, sophistry
Pre-destruction Japan
Active sports, travelling

Guilty Gear X
Guilty Gear Petit 2
Guilty Gear XX / Guilty Gear X2 (USA)
Guilty Gear XX #Reload / Guilty Gear X2 #Reload (USA)
Guilty Gear Isuka
Guilty Gear XX Slash
Guilty Gear: Dust Strikers
Nintendo DS
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core
Guilty Gear: Strive

Guilty Gear
An elegant martial artist who dodges all with his dance.
He's one of the few surviving Japanese people.
He can be hot-blooded, acting on his intuition rather than reason.

It's easy to recognize his actions as direct and lacking foresight, but he isn't an optimist---he simply isn't very careful.
Although he doesn't go out of his way to preach his sense of justice to others, he openly shows his distaste for anything he considers warped or unfair.
It may seem at times as if he's making fun of others, but he means it amicably.
Guilty Gear X
Anji is one of the few that have inherited the precious Japanese blood. Because there are only a handful of Japanese in this time period, they are under government protection. Thus, they are viewed as international treasures, and do not receive the same treatment as regular citizens. Within the Japanese community, there are those that accept this treatment, and those that reject it. Anji is part of the latter; rather than being concerned about the preservation of his race, he wants to regain his freedom as a human being. Because of this, he disguises his nationality and travels the world in pursuit of "The Man"-the creator of the Gears and the one responsible for the destruction of the Japanese people. However, he pursues him not out of hatred or revenge...
Guilty Gear XX
P.W.A.B. Report #4152:
Subject is an escaped Japanese who has been evading arrest with the help of the Zessen fan weapon he somehow acquired along the way. A man of pure Japanese descent, his dance-like moves are like poetry in motion. Although his motives are unclear, it is believed he is searching out the Gears and their creator--not out of spite, but out of sheer curiosity. Regardless of his intentions, the danger of leaving a Japanese man unattended is profound. As such, he is to be viewed as a major threat.