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Chakuro
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Kanji チャクロ, Chakuro
Alias Chakki (by Ginshu)

Destroyer

Description
Type Marked Chakuro saimia
Gender Male
Birthday April 18 (Aries)
Age 14
Status Alive
Professional Status
Occupation Archivist
Affiliation Mud Whale
Personal Status
Relatives Kogare (grandfather, deceased)
Friends Sami

Lykos
Nezu
Ro

Debut
Manga Chapter 1
Anime Episode 1
Voice Actors
Japanese Natsuki Hanae
English Johnny Yong Bosch
Actor Tomoru Akazawa (2016, 2018)
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Chakuro is the main character of Children of the Whales.

He has hypergraphia, and is nicknamed 'destroyer' due to his lack of control over his powers.

AppearanceEdit

He has short, messy brown hair and green eyes. He wears a pair of goggles on his head. His first outfit consists of a white shirt with a green over shirt with a green-blue sash tied over it, with tan shorts and sandals.

PersonalityEdit

Chakuro is a passionate and curious thinker who seems to always ask questions about the world around him. Some of the most occurring questions he asks are 'how do mud whales float?' and 'why are feelings important?' His obsession in writing is seen as an illness by his grandfather and himself. As an archivist, Chakuro writes objectively which is a contrast to his expressive behaviour. His writings are relied on by the council members.

Chakuro is very expressive and emotional. It is pointed out that he often cries during funerals when he is not supposed to.

HistoryEdit

When he was younger, Benihi taught him how to use his thymia.

Plot Edit

RelationshipsEdit

Sami - Sami and Chakuro were childhood friends. Sami said she would have liked to be Chakuro's wife one day, had it not been for her death, and he replies that he would have liked that as well. 

Lykos- Lykos was the first person outside of the Mud Whale that Chakuro ever met. The two have a close relationship.

Suou- They appear to have known each other since childhood, with Chakuro being a close friend of his sister, Sami.

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Trivia Edit

  • Chakuro is named after a Japanese color meaning "blackish brown."[1]

References Edit

  1. Volume 1, page 192
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