I'M THROWING DOWN A SMOKING GUN
CARD: The Moon, volume 18
AGE APPROX: body of a young, ah, clone. But creation took about 30 years; Kazuki was 5-6 years old at the time of her death.
STATUS: cradling Fuuma's knee; or, at least, parts of it are. It's four in the afternoon, do you know where your kidneys are?
PRETTY BOY FACTOR: ANDROGENY IS SERIOUS BUSINESS.
ANGST LEVEL: none; it has no emotions to speak of. Right?
LIFE EXPECTANCY: no white picketfence existence for you, genderless bioroid without feelings!
The genetically recreated clone of Kazuki, beloved daughter to Masaki of Toujyou Pharmaceuticals, who succumbed to her frail nature at a young age. However, grandaddy and daddy love-- and by love, we mean large amounts of money and eventually a whole bunch of dead guys!-- would pour about 30 years of research into a secret laboratory hidden in the lowest levels of the Sunshine 60 building. Add one apocalyptic Hinoto vision, mix to taste.
With the mentality of a little girl and seemingly emotionless, Nataku finds in Fuuma the very image of Kazuki's adored father. And so, its Wish is to stay forever by this Fuuma's side, and do his every bloody messy building destructive ribbon wielding bidding.
But daddy leads one astray! and it'll be the motherly care of one Kasumi Karen that'll shake the roots and set it free. All protective for her sake results in a decidedly violent Fuuma fist-induced death. Does that fist ever get around, or what?
Reborn as a genderless being, the androgynous white-haired Nataku is nonetheless possessed with an almost ethereal countenance; this is further deepened by the petals marked on its forehead. Brief in speech and innocent in behaviour, this is only one facet of its guileless ability to kill on command.
THE NEFARIOUS RIBBON OF DOOM! Nataku is able to channel lethal power through a scarf/ribbon/toiletpaper/ETC that it carries around. We hear it is very fashionable in Ginza.
THE SMARTS AND THE SOCIAL:
LET'S SEE! The mentality of a 5-year-girl and all of the murderous naivety of a seemingly emotionless and genderless being? Existential non-angst is also the name of the game, as Fuuma doesn't seem all too keen in giving Nataku the get-go on emotional growth.
Don't leave your Nataku unattended, kids! And certainly not in Fuuma's presence, unless you take pleasure in seeing what happens when you put Kamui, Subaru and the best glass eye that money can buy into the same room. ♥
THE CASH FLOW:
A weekly allowance from Fuuma...? Or Nataku can busker for great awesome! There is also the option of Chinese opera. Because there is always the option of Chinese opera.
TIME FOR GENDER STEREOTYPING! Buy an Easy-Bake Oven to keep your Nataku happy! Put your money on Nataku being able to learn something and being quite capable of domestic functions! Little girls helping Fuuma around the house is so endearing.
mother (deceased); father (deceased); grandfather (hospitalized; lost in the land of secondary characters); father-surrogate (Fuuma; still alive!); mother-surrogate (Karen; totally still alive!)
Oh, you mean that little boy down the road who likes to play with stuffed frogs? No sign of whether "I am Kamui" has any romantic interest in Nataku, but I don't think you'll have much trouble from his department anyway. His department likes experimenting on Kamui as a glass pin-cushion, groping Kakyou and molesting Seishirou's corpse. ... nobody ever warns Subaru about these things in advance.
Genderless means no gender, kids! Make what you will, but I'm sure you can teach Nataku a variety of things; or ask seemingly experienced daddy or quite exprienced mommy to give Nataku some pointers! Very obedient is Nataku, especially when it comes to Fuuma, but whether it'll be nice to you is grasping at a very slim chance. Please also note that Nataku is emotionally still a child. THANK YOU. NEXT.
Relatively sweet and homicidal, but... oh, I mentioned homicidal at Fuuma's instigation, right? Nataku is without savoir faire or worldly ways, and loaded with the innocence of a child. You could give it a creepy vaguely pedophile chance-- and I'm sure that it would be a very interesting partner-- but whether Nataku will be able to adapt to married life is up in the air. Much like Fuuma's pants.