This page introduces the characters that appear in the music reading role-playing game, FUYOMIN.

Fuyomin

PianoRabbit

The first Fuyomin, which is also the mascot of the game, is PianoRabbit. PianoRabbit is a spirit of the piano contained in a rabbit. PianoRabbit plays a wide sound range. Its power is weak, but it can quickly avoid attacks.


Liolin

The next Fuyomin is the king of Beasts, Liolin. Liolin is a spirit of the violin contained in a lion. It attacks powerfully with a beautiful timbre and is named after the combination of the word lion and violin.


Claricat

The third Fuyomin is Claricat. Claricat is a spirit of the clarinet contained in a cat. It is the star of your party, who plays a variety of music and attacks with sharp nails and quick defense. It is named after combination of the word clarinet and cat.


Hundolin

The fourth Fuyomin is Hundolin. Hundolin is a spirit of the mandolin that contained in a dog. It is good at bright and fun timbres. It is highly loyal and active in both attack and defense, and named after combining the word hund, which means dog in German, with mandolin.


Shiba Hundolin

The fifth Fuyomin is Shiba Hundolin. Shiba Hundolin is a spirit of the mandolin that stayed in a Shiba dog. It is good at bright and fun timbres. It is highly loyal and active in both attack and defense, and named after combining the word hund, which means dog in German, with mandolin.


Violatter

The sixth Fuyomin is Violatter. Violatter is a spirit of the viola contained in a sea otter. It is a modest, unsung hero. It supports the party with a stable timbre. It is named after combination of the word viola and otter.


Cellonkey

The seventh Fuyomin is Cellonkey. Cellonkey is a spirit of the cello contained in a donkey. It plays bass gracefully and is good at defense with a big body. It is named after the combination of the word cello and donkey.


Cowtrabass

The eighth Fuyomin is Cowtrabass. Cowtrabass is a spirit of the contrabass contained in a cow. It enhances the performance with attractive bass. Its movement is slow, but its large body is perfect for protection. It is named after the combination of the word cow and contrabass.