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Michiru Kururugi

Michiru Kururugi

Kururugi Michiru

Nihongo

枢木みちる

Physical information

Species

Human

Gender

Male

Eye color

Brown

Hair color

Brown

Affiliation

Team

Inuyasha, Kagome Higurashi, Miroku, Sango, Shippō

Debut

Game Debut

The Secret of the Cursed Mask

Voice Actors

Japanese Seiyū

Takashi Kondō

English VA

Sean Broadhurst

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Michiru Kururugi (枢木みちる) is the male version of the main character in the video game The Secret of the Cursed Mask. He has the mysterious and incredible powers of the Shikigami, which come down to the four elements: fire, water, wind, and light. Animal symbols for his elemental attacks also exist.


HistoryEdit

The game begins when Michiru enters the family storage shed in modern-day Japan to retrieve an item for father. After falling through a mysteriously etched pentagram on the floorboards, the player is transported to Feudal Japan. Unfortunately, the villagers mistake the time traveler as a demon and attack. After several close calls, Michiru comes face to face with Inuyasha, who notices the stranger's clothes "look like Kagome's."

Michiru Kururugi

After introductions with the rest of the cast, the player begins to search for answers as to why Michiru has been brought back to the feudal era and how to get home. The game progresses as any normal InuYasha storyline, with the InuYasha group traveling from village to village in pursuit of Naraku (and Michiru's answers), sometimes helping out with a local problem or two. Occasionally traces to Naraku himself are revealed, as well as leads to Michiru's mystery and the title's "cursed mask," which holds secrets to returning the character to the present. Along the way, Michiru to harness the power of shikigami from a mysterious old villager called Kakuju, a force needed in order to help Inuyasha and the others overcome the dangerous obstacles ahead while unraveling the plot of the mystic Utsugi.

Kururugi Michiru
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