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CHARACTER STATS (BASIC/MAX)
精神
State of Mind
Stable
攻撃
Attack
127 / 295
防御
Defense
127 / 295
回避
Evasion
18 / 130
技術
Technique
44 / 324
天才
Talent
46 / 326

Aesthetics
46 / 326
主題
Theme
44 / 324
真実
Realism
48 / 328
PROFILE

大阪で生まれ育った、生粋の大阪弁を話す陽気な青年。美男子を自称するなど歯に衣着せぬ物言いが目立つ。持ち前のサービス精神から無理をし過ぎてしまうことも多いが、周りの心配に対しては独特の高笑いで誤魔化すばかり。どうやら体があまり強くないことを気にしており何が何でも明るく振る舞おうとしているようだ。

Osaka born and raised, he is a cheerful young man who speaks in a genuine Osaka dialect. Though a self-proclaimed "handsome man", he stands out for his frank manner of speech. Because it is in his nature to serve, there are many times when he stretches himself too thinly, but when met with concern from the ones around him, he just hides it with his uniquely loud laughter. It appears that he is conscious of the fact that his body is not very strong, so he tries to maintain a bright demeanor no matter what.



Trivia


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  • Oda's work "The State of the Times" was called "filthy" by Shiga Naoya.  Oda in turn criticized Naoya's work, saying that I-novels limited the possibilities of literature.
  • After his first wife's death from cancer, Oda carried around a lock of her hair in his morphine case.
  • In a eulogy for Oda, Dazai Osamu blamed his critics for causing his early death.  Much later, Shiga Naoya published an essay denying any responsibility for the deaths of "vulnerable" writers like Oda and Dazai.
  • Sakaguchi Ango once mistook Oda's wife for a prostitute when they were getting drunk with Dazai at Oda's inn. Ango reportedly kept trying to shove her out, saying "Go get some friends. Who the hell does Oda think he is to be the only one with a woman?" Oda was too preoccupied with shooting up drugs to correct him. [1]
  • He died at age 33 due to tuberculosis.

References

  1. Scribner Writers Series: Modern Japanese Writers, 2000
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