Mitsuko Nonomura is a fictional character from the Bloody Roar series. Her beast mode is the Boar and she's currently a shop keeper. She is only playable in the first game of the series, despite an appearance in the second installment.
|Full Name||Mitsuko Nonomura|
|Height||182cm (6'0) / 183cm in beast form|
|Weight||81kg / 85kg in beast form|
Alice- Foster Daughter
|Japanese Voice Actors||Rin Mizuhara (BR)|
|English Voice Actors||Anet Tarpoff (BR)|
Mitsuko Nonomura is a fictional character from the Bloody Roar series. Her beast mode is the Boar and she's currently a shop keeper.
She is only playable in the first game of the series, despite an appearance in the second installment.
Mitsuko is a Zoanthrope who lived amongst the humans with her daughter, Uriko, keeping her Zoanthrope abilities a secret. Uriko began to show the potential for becoming a Zoanthrope and became the target of the organization, Tylon, who wanted to create their own army of beast soldiers. Uriko is kidnapped by the organization for their experiments. Enraged, Mitsuko pursues Tylon relentlessly so she can rescue her daughter and return to their peaceful life. [...]Mitsuko is reunited with her daughter. Uriko wails in her mother's arms as Mitsuko cries with relief. She tells her daughter they are going home now. And the pair return to their normal lives. Mitsuko is preparing food one morning. She calls upstairs to Uriko, hoping she is up and ready for school. Though on inspection, Uriko is still tucked up in bed. Mitsuko flings back the covers, demanding Uriko to get up.
Mitsuko is a no nonsense woman. She won't let Uriko get away with too much. It's mentioned in later games that Uriko is kept under curfew. She is a serious and a violent woman, though she has a very loving heart, doting very much on Uriko and Alice.
Also see: Mitsuko Outfits
Mitsuko is an tall, Asian woman with rather masculine facial features and a very muscular build. She has dark red hair, brown eyes and is almost always seen wearing overalls. Her muscular beast form takes cues from the Eurasian Wild Boar.
Uriko is Mitsuko's only daughter. Mitsuko seems to raise her daughter with strength, but she is very attached to her. When she was very young Uriko was kidnapped by Tylon Corporation and Mitsuko was determined to free her daughter despite the risks. When the two get back together, it was Uriko's turn to prove how strong their family link is, when she learn to fight and control her beast form, to rescue Mitsuko from the hands of the ZLF.
When Alice decided to fight back against Tylon to rescue Uriko she met Mitsuko, Uriko's mother. The two fight together against the corporation and the weapon which became Uriko. After Tylon annihilation and the rescue of Uriko, Mitsuko chose to adopt Alice into the Nonomura family so she could live out a peaceful life as a part of their family.
Mitsuko is a very strong powerhouse character, many of her attacks dealing plenty of damage to the opponent's life bar. She is somewhat slow. Many of her moves have been given to Stun the Insect, who first appeared in Bloody Roar 2.
- "Mother knows best!"
- — Victory quote
- "I can't believe I lost to such a wimp!"
- — Time Out/Over quote
|Bad Mama||Bloody Roar|
- After a survey made by Eighting , Mitsuko was revealed being the most hated fighter of the first Bloody Roar.
- http://www.8ing.net/prd/blood//ninki.html (in japanese)
|Bloody Roar Series|
|Main Series||Bloody Roar • Bloody Roar 2 • Bloody Roar 3 • Bloody Roar 4|
|Related Games||Bloody Roar: Extreme/Primal Fury • DreamMix TV World Fighters|
|Characters||Alice the Rabbit • Bakuryu (Ryuzo) the Mole • Bakuryu (Kenji) the Mole • Busuzima the Chameleon • Cronos the Penguin • Fang the Wolf • Gado the Lion • Ganesha the Elephant • Greg the Gorilla • Hans the Fox • Jenny the Bat • Kohryu the Iron Mole • Long the Tiger • Mana the Ninetail • Mitsuko the Boar • Nagi the Spurious • Reiji the Crow • Ryoho the Dragon • Shenlong the Tiger • Shina the Leopard • Stun the Insect • Uranus the Chimera • Uriko the Half-Beast • Xion the Unborn • Yugo the Wolf|
|Other Media||Bloody Roar: The Fang (manga)|