|Age||31 (Arc 1)|
33 (Arc 2)
35 (Arc 3)
38 (Arc 4)
Orochi (オロチ) is a character in the Aozora's Adventure series.
Orochi is recognized for his bright orange hair, signature purple bandana, and his unusual dressing scheme consisting of two t-shirts (a long oversized grey T-shirt and a small torn black T-shirt with gothic designs wrong over it) and a thin purple sweatshirt under his customized leather jacket. In the center of the jacket's chest area are purple lines that run across the the jacket, with a brown belt on the top of the left arm and two metal bracelets on the bottom. The jacket also has a large collar, and across Orochi's neck, he wears two necklaces.
On his hands, Orochi wears two metal bracelets with the same design as those mounted onto his jacket's right sleeve, along with two terribly worn-out black gloves. The middle finger on his right arm has a small white-colored bandage.
Orochi's legs consist of indigo-colored loose jeans with a brown belt, and he wears a pair of black biker boots on his feet.
Orochi is a member of a Japanese outlaw motorcycle gang, cited as being the most distinct member of the group for his odd colorization compared to his gang and possessing the ability to secrete venomous purple-colored balls of sludge with explosive cores from his hands and throw them as projectiles.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
The explosive sludges Orochi produces can stick to roughly any surface or object and instantly detonate seconds after contact. Later on, Orochi began to develop additional skills involving the use of poison, most notably shrouding his entire arms in venomous slime and solidifying them into claws to slice apart or stab opponents-infecting them in the process. He can also coat his index fingers and form them into violet-colored knifes for quicker, stealthier infections.
It is suggested that the cigarettes Orochi smoke frequently give the toxins and the explosive cores produced from his skin additional power. In addition, the presence of poison in his body has made him mostly resistant to being infected or killed through the use of infections or other lethal diseases, including those that would be caused by his smoking.