Romio is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 10.
- 1 Personality
- 2 Appearance
- 3 NET Self
- 4 Other Character Comments
- 5 Quotes
- 6 Etymology
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 References
Personality[edit | edit source]
The morning air in Roppongi is very unique.
It's a hard-boiled wonderland.
Character Information[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Romio has straight brown hair with spiky ends and black eyes. He has tan skin and wears a white suit and shoes with a black scarf. His suit top is left unbuttoned, showing his chest. He also wears a gold belt, necklace, and wristwatch.
Romio's 2P coloring changes his hair color and skin tone to lighter shades, and his suit is colored deep red. His accessories are silver and his eyes remain black. His 2P is used in the ee'MALL 2nd Avenue song J-Rock in Pop'n Music 10.
Romio dons an all white suit once more with slightly darker shoes. He now wears a vest underneath his suit coat, with a black shirt underneath and a light blue scarf. This coloring is used for 女々しくて in Pop'n Music 20 fantasia and ギンギンパーレー!! in Pop'n Music: Usagi to Neko to Shounen no Yume.
In his 2P palette his hair is deep red and his eyes are light blue, while he now has a pale complexion. His suit is light pink with dark brown shoes and a purple vest. His scarf and shirt are white. This palette is used again in Electric Manoush Swing in Pop'n Music Sunny Park.
NET Self[edit | edit source]
|Attack||From my heart (届けこの愛 Todoke kono ai?)|
|Damage||Shit! (くそ！ Kuso!?)|
|GOOD Play||Nice ☆ (ナイス☆ Naisu ☆?)|
|BAD Play||(tumbles) (ヘコー Hekou?)|
|WIN||It's settled (決まったネ Kimatta ne?)|
|LOSE||(falls down) (ズコー Zukou?)|
Other Character Comments[edit | edit source]
Quotes[edit | edit source]
TOWN Mode (Pop'n Music Tune Street)[edit | edit source]
Conversation Only (Rare Character/Pop'n Hills) [Phase 3][edit | edit source]
どう？このポップンヒルズからの 夜景は。最高に美しいだろ？ そんな夜景より 君の方が・・・ キレイだよ・・・
What? The night-scape from Pop'n Hills is most beautiful, right? Well, you are a more beautiful sight than this night-scape...
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Romio's name is a pun on "夫," the Japanese word for husband, and "Romeo."
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Animations[edit | edit source]
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