Marasmius
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Western Name: Maramius
Eastern Name: 妖精キノコ
Kana Pronunciation: Yōsei kinoko

Gender: Female
Age: ?? (appearance youthful)

Release Date: November 12, 2015
Group/Team: AHHI Software

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Technical Details

Voiced by: BodytempP
Managed by: BodytempP

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Voicebank Distribution

|CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION PLEASE DISREGARD SAMPLE|

Marasmius is a VCCV English bank with a strong Australian accent.
A2-C6 range
6 pitch
Recorded in studio on a SE4400A
Not to be used for ballads more strong songs due to the nature of the voice
Works with just default resampler but is best used with TIPS2
Beta will be available early next month.


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Character Details


Height: 5'7

Weight: 128lbs

Marasmius is an intelligent, fairy-like fungi who has taken a humanised form. After watching people walk by in the forrest she mutated into a humane appearance. After many years she has gained the titled "the mushroom mother" for her caring towards mushrooms in her colony.
She likes nature, mushrooms that are pretty and her colony of mushrooms that are also turning into humans (or so she hopes)
Her "skirt" is Marasmius SP (her mushroom type) and is toxic to humans if ingested.
She in non malicious and prefers to be smiling, her only dislike is heat as mushrooms tend to shrivel up in it.
Noelle the Satyr is her cousin.


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