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Konomi Yurikawa
Konomi Yurikawa.png
Kanji 百合川 このみ
Romaji Yurikawa Konomi
English Konomi Yurikawa
Statistics
Age 16
Gender Female
Occupation Student
Affiliation Invisible Storm
Race Bear/Cyborg
Status Deceased/Reincarnated
First Appearance
Debut Never Back Down On Love
Voice Actress/Actor
Japanese Voice Ami Koshimizu
English Voice Anastasia Munoz

Konomi Yurikawa (百合川 このみ Yurikawa Konomi) is Kureha's classmate, another bear, who is in a relationship with Mitsuko, and also a member and the first-seen leader of the Invisible Storm. Her catchphrase, only said when she is a bear, is "Nasty!" She attempts to attack Kureha out of jealousy, but is killed after Mitsuko shoots her in the head. Her corpse is later remodeled as a cyborg by the Invisible Storm to power a large cannon. After Kureha's and Ginko's escape, she is rejected by the Invisible Storm and labelled as "defective", but is found by Uchiko, and forms a friendship together.

Appearance[]

Konomi has short, curly brown hair, dark gray eyes, and freckles. She wears the standard school uniform with a green necktie. She wears a hair decoration with two leaves and a red bud. In her bear form, Konomi is brown and clips the same hair decoration onto her cowlick. Different from other bears, she has one buck tooth rather than fangs, which is also apparent in her human form.

Relationships[]

Plot[]

Episode 2[]

In her bear form, Konomi calls Kureha Tsubaki up to the roof and attempts to attack her out of jealousy for her closeness to Mitsuko Yurizono. Mitsuko then arrives and shoots Konomi in the head.

Episode 10[]

Konomi is revived and her corpse is remodeled into a cyborg by the Invisible Storm to power a large cannon.

Episode 12[]

After Kureha Tsubaki and Ginko Yurishiro's escape, she is rejected by the Invisible Storm and labelled as "defective." Uchiko Ai, having had a change of heart after witnessing Kureha's transformation, finds the crying Konomi and befriends her.

Etymology[]

  • Konomi's surname Yurikawa means "lily" (百合) (yuri) and "river, stream" (川) (kawa).
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