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Tenzing Wangchuck
Vital statistics
Romaji Name
Tenjin Wanchuku
Kanji Name
テンジン-ワンチュク
Gender
Female
Date of Birth
unknown
Height
4'11" (150cm)
Weight
unknown
Blood Type
unknown
Status
Affiliation
Tibet-Himalaya United Kingdom
Status

Alive

Occupation
unknown
Relatives
Father (deceased)

Kinrei Dorj (uncle)

First appearance
Manga Debut
Chapter 1
In the Realm Beyond
Anime Debut
Sinners of the System Case.3 - In the Realm Beyond
Voices
Japanese
Morohoshi Sumire
English
undetermined


Tenzing Wangchuck (テンジン-ワンチュク Tenjin Wanchuku) is an orphaned half-Japanese, half-Tibetan refugee from a remote village in the Tibet-Himalaya United Kingdom.

Appearance

Wangchuck is an adolescent female of average height and build. She has large brown eyes, dark brown mid-length hair and tanned skin. She is typically seen wearing a culturally traditional red-and-blue dress and head covering.

Personality

She displays a fierce, yet friendly, personality. She is brave, cheerful and kind, but in her heart she hides a vengeful will. She can also be stubborn when she wants something and will negotiate to achieve what she wants.

Personal Background

  • While still a child, she watches her entire village and her father massacred by a roving warlord, leaving her with a taste for revenge.
  • As she grows up, she realizes that she lacks the skills necessary to defeat a trained soldier but, upon seeing Shinya Kogami single-handedly take out a group of men attacking her bus, she decides that he will become her sensei.[1]

Relationships

Shinya Kogami

Kogami and Wangchuck begin as wary travel companions, with Wangchuck wanting Kogami to teach her how to fight and Kogami resisting until he realizes that he has no choice if the girl is to stay alive after he is gone. They become friends in the process of her training.

Trivia

  • The book that she carries is "恩讐の彼方に," or Beyond the Pale of Vengeance. It is a story about a Buddhist monk named Ichikuro who, after committing murder and thievery, undertakes the seemingly impossible task of helping those he previously harmed in order to fulfill his spiritual purpose and atone for his sins. It is written by Hiroshi Kikuchi whose pseudonym is Kan Kikuchi.[2]In some translations it is called The Realm Beyond.

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