Overview

Yashio Rui is a first-year student at Tsukinomori Girls' Academy and the violinist and composer of Morfonica.

Background

Rui is a talented violinist who has played the violin ever since she was young. However, at some point in her life, she lost in a competition against a certain pianist, came to the conclusion that she has no true talent and that playing the violin is completely meaningless. As a result, Rui quit participating in competitions and stopped playing the violin.

Rui is also a member of Tsukinomori Girls' Academy's student council. She initially tagged to Morfonica's band practices only because they needed someone from the student council to monitor their activities, before the other girls manage to convince her to join the band.

Appearance

Rui has just past chin-length, dark brown hair and thin, brownish-red eyes. Her bangs are parted to her left and go down past her chin. Part of her bangs goes between her eyes, down to the base of her nose.

Personality

Rui is a talented individual who is always at the top of her class. She has a dry personality and always aims to be on top, and speaks in a polite manner. She is very logical and a realist, but can also be blunt when it comes to her opinions, especially if it's about talents or music. Due to her stoic and composed look, she says that people tend to think she's angry even when she's not.

Game Interactions

A list of characters Rui interacts with in the game (during Lives and in the dialogues at the end of every game).

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Videos

八潮瑠唯(CV.Ayasa)_Morfonica【ガルパ_自己紹介動画】

八潮瑠唯(CV.Ayasa) Morfonica【ガルパ 自己紹介動画】

Etymology

Yashio (八潮): Ya (八) means "eight", while Shio (潮) means "tide".

Rui (瑠唯): Ru (瑠) means "lapis", while the second part of her name (唯) has no meaning and is only an emphasis.

Trivia

  • She is the tallest Morfonica member.
  • She is also the only character in the series who refers to everyone (including Marina) with their last names and the honorific "-san".
  • According to Rui, she practices the violin 10 hours a day. She also said that it was normal for her to practice it even more in the past when she was participating in competitions[1].

References

  1. Rui's Violin: Level 3 conversation with Nanami

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