Aoi has short ginger hair. Her eyes are dark blue and she has invisible freckles on the bridge of her nose. Aoi wears swimming goggles and the default female uniform.
Aoi has the Heroic persona. She will apprehend anyone whom she witnesses committing murder or any evidence of a murder is aimed at them.
Aoi is similar to a kuudere (kūdere, kudere). She shows a lack of emotion and can be cold and distant at first. Once she starts trusting you, you will realize she can actually be quite warm and caring.
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM: Aoi arrives at school, change shoes, and goes to the Girls' Lockerroom to change into her swimsuit. She will swim until 8 AM.
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM: Aoi will go to Class 2-1 and stay there until Lunchtime.
1:00 PM – 1:24 PM: Aoi will swim in the pool.
1:24 PM – 3:30 PM: Aoi will go back to class.
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM: Aoi will participate in cleaning time.
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Aoi will change back into her swimwear and swim.
Aoi is the only female student in the Swim Team or Swimming Club that takes the club seriously. She is the best in the team and in the club. Although she is better than all the male students and other female student, she still hasn't been given the title of leadership. Aoi shows a lack of emotion, but inside, she is a caring and warm-hearted person.
Aoi is disgusted by him since he is such a notorious pervert. She wonders why he even joined the Swimming Club since he is lazy and a terrible swimmer. Once he almost drowned and Aoi had to save him.
Aoi feels annoyed that they won't allow her to be the Captain of the Swim Team and the Leader of the Swimming Club.
The topics are listed beside this text as: Positive, Negative, or Neutral.
"Hm? Oh. Yes. There is something... I need a book on physics. It's for a test."- Task
"Oh well."- Rejecting task
"Good luck."- Accepting task
"You did it."- Completing task
(Task is only available before Friday at 1:24 PM).
|Swimsuit for Aoi. Frenchful, Thecharisktrashbin, Shin Higaku The Occult Club PE Leader|
- Her name is a combination of 青い (aoi) "blue" 水 (mizu) "water", and フロー (furō) "flow". Her name basically means "Blue Waterflow".