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Usui Horokeu Bio, Voice Actor, Power and Abilities

Usui Horokeu

Usui Horokeu, also known as “Horohoro,” is a fictional character from the Shaman King manga and anime series. He is an Ainu Tribe member, the younger brother of Usui Pirica and the son of Usui Lycan.

He forms Team “The Ren” with Tao Ren and Chocolove McDonell during the second round of the Shaman Fights.

Voice Actor of Usui Horokeu?

The English dub voice of Usui Horokeu in Shaman King is Sinterniklaas, Michael, and the Japanese voice is Yuji Ueda.

Usui Horokeu
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Personality

Horohoro is a cheerful and good-natured character, but he becomes serious in dangerous situations. He is constantly arguing with his teammate Tao Ren, and the two do not appear to get along. However, he demonstrates his genuine concern for Ren when he tells Yoh that if he is unable to save Ren, he will never forgive him. Horohoro is also very private about his past and refuses to discuss it. When Kalim called him by his birth name, he became visibly enraged.

1st Horohoro can also be fiercely competitive, turning Ryu’s arms to ice and shattering them during the battle between Team “The Ren” and Team “Funbari Onsen.” While reading his mind, Opacho referred to him as a wolf.

Horohoro has been taught to respect and admire nature since he was a child. He is extremely proud of his Ainu ancestry and is willing to assist any living creature. Because of his obsession with nature, he once saved a national park.

Horohoro is also a responsible individual who can care for himself and his sister on his own. Horohoro yells out “Maiden-chan” and blushes at the same time, as if he has a crush on Iron Maiden Jeanne, which is evident every time she appears.

He’s also a highly sensitive individual who can be easily provoked, and his moods shift rapidly. He transformed into a serious fighter with little joy during the final stages of the shaman king tournament, but when he wasn’t fighting, he was joking and very jovial.

Appearance

Horohoro is a big kid. He is most often seen wearing a white and blue skiing outfit, black shorts, and snowboard-compatible skiing shoes. He has long light turquoise blue hair that sticks up in spikes when tied together with his headband, which has Ainu-styled patterns on it.

He wears a plain white shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes on the street. He also wears a towel around his head as a headband. On his back, he usually carries his snowboard as well as all of his personal belongings.

When he used his new medium, he wore his new battle outfit, which consisted of a black headband, black vest, black shorts, black gloves, and black boots with a blue lining, all with red Ainu markings, and was sewn and given to him by Usui Pirica.

He also wears an open sleeveless jacket with Ainu-style patterns and a blue lining. He wears black shorts with a white band around the waist. “Morew-siriki” and “Ay-us-siriki” are the markings on his headband and boots. Ainu uses this outfit for hunting.

Power and Abilities

He can carve and make himself a snowboard out of wood with Ainu symbols on it, demonstrating his craftiness

He can also make small trinkets that he sells to make ends meet. Horohoro admits that, despite his practical skills, he is a poor student, having once received a 25 percent on a math test.

Horohoro primarily uses ice in the battle to either project projectiles at his opponent or create large chunks of ice barriers to protect himself. Horohoro learns the Fumon Tonk on his own after watching Mikihisa and Ren. This allows him to avoid his opponent’s attacks by reading the flow of their Furyoku. He attunes his Furyoku to the element of ice during the second round of the Shaman Fights.

Kyoyama Anna looked through the Furyoku level values of Horohoro and the others while fighting his way through the Plants. There, his Furyoku level is revealed to be around 120,000.

Spirits

Kororo (Corey in the English version of the anime series and video games) is his guardian ghost. She is a small nature spirit. Horohoro’s childhood friend Kororo, also known as Kurobe Tamiko, is later revealed to be Horohoro’s childhood friend.

Horohoro’s Over-Soul allows him to freeze water vapors in the air, and for his first Over-Soul, he channels Kororo into his snowboard, which he can either ride or attach to his arm for melee attacks. He would later channel Kororo into an Ikupasuy given to him by his sister Pirica, forming a new Over-Soul.

This Over Soul wraps his hand in a large round owl face, increasing the speed with which he can freeze things. After being taught by Pascal Avaf, he develops the Nipopo Gauntlets, an Over Soul armor. This Over-Soul has the ability to manipulate moisture in the air to the point where it can flash freeze opponents and shatter limbs or entire bodies in the blink of an eye.

Gandhara determines that Horohoro is one of the Five Elemental Warriors during the second round of the Shaman Fights, and he grants him the Spirit of Rain, which, according to Pascal Avaf, can produce an infinite amount of holy water.

History

History Horohoro is an Ainu from Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost prefecture. His tribe raised him to be the one who fought in the Shaman Fights to save their village. He plans to plant a large field of Butterbur as part of this goal. He grew up believing that the strongest preyed on the weakest.

Horohoro’s small village welcomed a new girl named Kurobe Tamiko when he was a child. Her family had relocated to the area because her father was building a dam that would eventually destroy everything in the area, making her an outcast among the locals.

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She wanted to be friends with Horohoro because he was lonely, and she even gave him the nickname Horohoro. Horohoro, on the other hand, was forbidden to be with her by the Ainu tribe Elder. Horohoro stopped talking to her for no apparent reason, and Damuko was baffled.

Damuko died of exposure to the elements a year later after following Horohoro into the mountains, while the rest of the village thought she died in a forest accident. Horohoro held himself responsible for her death and never forgave himself. Later, he met Kororo and decided to make her his spirit ally.

Shaman Fights in Tokyo

He traveled to Tokyo after seeing the destiny star in order to compete in the Shaman Fight. He was put to the test by Kalim of the Ten Patch Officiants and won his Oracle Bell, which revealed that he would fight Asakura Yoh a short time later.

The fight would take place in Ikebukuro’s famous Sunshine 60 building. Horohoro was sixty stories down when he met Yoh. Horohoro was surprised by Anna’s engagement to Yoh and Manta’s belief that he was a Koro Pokurru. He attacked Yoh just as the bell rang, signaling the start of the match. The battle is about to begin. Horohoro launches attack after attack, but Yoh intercepts one and asks what Horohoro’s dream is, to which Horohoro responds that he wants to construct a massive Butterbur field.

Yoh sobs and considers forfeiture, but Anna brings him back to reality. Horohoro is undecided about what to do next, but decides to attack, only to be stopped at every turn. Horohoro unleashes a massive avalanche, and Yoh unleashes his full power, causing them to collide. Horohoro believes he has won, but Yoh comes out of nowhere and strikes him down, winning the match.

Horohoro is seen at Yoh’s birthday celebration and appears to be having a good time. Horohoro’s younger sister Pirica appears and captures him. Horohoro tells Yoh that he wants another laugh, and they leave. Horohoro manages to win two games and attend the opening ceremony. He stands there watching Yoh and Tao Ren tie and the rest of the gang celebrate their advancement to the second round.

Horohoro traveled to China to save Ren when he was kidnapped by his father. When the gang entered the Tao compound, Yan’s bodyguards attacked them right away. Horohoro moves the gang to safety after the Jiangshi cuts Ryu’s hair in half. Horohoro hits the zombie with the elephant legs with the Nipopo Punch, which freezes and kills it. Ryu cuts down the zombie with the cheetah legs that appears behind him.

Horohoro tells Yoh to get on with it and they’ll deal with the rest later. The two quickly dispatch two more zombies, but the final zombie easily dispatches them, and Horohoro is knocked out by being nearly thrown through a wall. Pyron is in charge of the situation. Horohoro rises and the gang continues on their way. H

orohoro freezes an arm but is knocked out when the gang finds Yuan and attacks. The entire gang is knocked out, but they rise to their feet and continue fighting. Ren triumphs over his father. Horohoro is then driven home and placed in a hotel.

Horohoro unwinds before the next round and receives an Ainu prayer stick from his sister. He departs to accompany Yoh to the military base. When Hao arrives, he hits him hard, and the two of them board the plane.

Traveling Through America

Horohoro, Ren, Ryu, and Yoh are dumped on Route 66. Ryu summons Billy, and the two of them make their way to the next town. Horohoro learns about Patch Hao’s past. He easily knocks out three shamans from the fight when they appear. The group checks into a hotel and spends the night there. The next day, they meet Lyserg Diethel, a young boy. Horohoro prepares his snowboard for an attack against Lyserg after a shuffle between them, to which Lyserg displays his Over Soul and strikes Horohoro, who barely dodges.

Horohoro appears in front of Lyserg and reveals his own Over-Soul, but the Pendulum Over Soul appears next to him, its tip directly in his face. Ren prepares to cut the wire with his fully charged Over Soul, but Lyserg quickly incapacitates both Ren and Horohoro by severing their mediums with the wire. After a brief battle, Yoh convinces Lyserg to join them.

Horohoro flies off a mountain with no Over Soul a few days later after he fixes his snowboard. Bluebell, a park ranger, finds him and he spends the next three days unconscious. Horohoro wakes up thinking he’s in a dream, then looks around and exclaims, “Where the hell am I!?”

Horohoro leaves after Bluebell informs him that he has been out for three days. Horohoro preaches about his Ainu heritage while Bluebell fires her gun at him, explaining why he shouldn’t go out. Horohoro joins her for dinner, and she promises to drive him to town the next day.

Usui Horokeu

Horohoro has other plans than Bluebell going upstairs to sleep. He changes into his battle gear, grabs his new Prayer stick, and heads into the woods. Horohoro tracks down Apollo, the bear bluebell raised from a cub. Horohoro is hit by Bluebell’s car as she arrives on the scene.

She begs Horohoro to get in the car and pretend nothing happened, but he refuses, and Apollo smacks him around. Bluebell screams for him to stop, but Horohoro claims that her screams are causing Apollo more distress. He explains that while assisting other creatures is a good thing, wild animals must be kept in check.

Apollo is so dangerous because he was marked with human scent, which could be detrimental because he couldn’t return to the wild or stay with the human population. Bluebell realizes what she has done in the past after hearing this.

Horohoro pours him a drink, but Apollo is shot, and the once noble creature is killed. Poachers arrive to take their prize, but they flee when they see bluebells. Horohoro tells them to eat the bear, but the poachers claim it was for sport. Horohoro outruns Bluebell, who has her gun drawn and is enraged by the hunters’ disregard for nature and the bear’s death. Horohoro is shot by the poachers, but he recovers.

Because Horohoro iced over his body, the bullets are rendered useless and fall harmlessly to the ground. Horohoro preaches that an animal killed for no reason exists for nothing, and that they will pay for it. Horohoro uses his new prayer stick to freeze the forest in front of them. He then departs, thanking Kororo for his efforts and saving the poachers from certain death.

Apollo is buried by Bluebell and Horohoro, who say a prayer for him, and he departs with a renewed desire to be king. Horohoro finds the group eating lunch the next day, and he has a new attitude, being more calm and friendly. Ren beats up Horohoro for his new attitude as they move on to Patch village.

They arrive in the village and come face to face with Hao’s followers. Horohoro mostly stands back and watches Ryu and Boris fight, but he freezes Boris’ blood spikes. The group enters Patch village with the knowledge that something is about to happen.

Shaman Fight Second Round

Horohoro goes up against Brocken Meyer and Bill Burton on his own to save the team “The Icemen.” To avoid Bill’s attack, he used his new special ability “Fumon Tonko.” Bill, on the other hand, defeats them all until Horohoro’s father intervenes. Bill attacks him and wants to feed his soul to the Spirit of Fire, despite the fact that he only wants to return home. Because Horohoro’s father has a higher Reiryoku level than Bill’s spirits, he defeats him with a single blow.

Horohoro learns how to defeat his last opponent Brocken as a result of Bill’s defeat. Horohoro uses his spirit and the spirits of the Icemen one by one to overcome his opponent’s Reiryoku level and freeze him into an ice block.

He fights the Golem in order to protect Yoh, who is severely injured. The Golem appears to punch him away, but he surfed over the Furyoku wave with Fumon Tonko. He leaps away from the tree while chasing the Fumon Tonko, freezes the Golem, and attacks him with ice, despite the fact that it is ineffective. Ren attacks the Golem to save Horohoro after the Golem breaks the ice and attacks him. After that, Lyserg takes off with them.

The team “The Ren” competes against the team “Myo-oh” in the tournament. He was the only one left after Ren and Chocolove were defeated. He uses ice to block their attacks because dodging would be pointless given their speed. At this fight, he learned his new Oversoul Nipopo Gauntlets and used them to quickly defeat Team Myo-oh with his new powerful attacks.

Horohoro goes up against Brocken Meyer and Bill Burton on his own to save the team “The Icemen.” To avoid Bill’s attack, he used his new special ability “Fumon Tonko.” Bill, on the other hand, defeats them all until Horohoro’s father intervenes. Bill attacks him and wants to feed his soul to the Spirit of Fire, despite the fact that he only wants to return home.

Because Horohoro’s father has a higher Reiryoku level than Bill’s spirits, he defeats him with a single blow. Horohoro learns how to defeat his last opponent Brocken as a result of Bill’s defeat. Horohoro uses his spirit and the spirits of the Icemen one by one to overcome his opponent’s Reiryoku level and freeze him into an ice block.

He fights the Golem in order to protect Yoh, who is severely injured. The Golem appears to punch him away, but he surfed over the Furyoku wave with Fumon Tonko. He leaps away from the tree while chasing the Fumon Tonko, freezes the Golem, and attacks him with ice, despite the fact that it is ineffective. Ren attacks the Golem to save Horohoro after the Golem breaks the ice and attacks him. After that, Lyserg takes off with them.

The team “The Ren” competes against the team “Myo-oh” in the tournament. He was the only one left after Ren and Chocolove were defeated. He uses ice to block their attacks because dodging would be pointless given their speed. At this fight, he learned his new Oversoul Nipopo Gauntlets and used them to quickly defeat Team Myo-oh with his new powerful attacks.

Invading the Plants

Invading the Plants Bron killed him and Ren in the Marsh Plant, but Iron Maiden Jeanne brought them both back. When they arrived at the Grassland plant, he fought Kalim himself, relying on his armor over his soul, but he was defeated. Despite this, Kalim offers them rest because they are all exhausted, which they accept.

The next day, Kalim unexpectedly appears in front of the group and, after a brief exchange, quickly creates his Over Soul. Horohoro creates his own Over Soul and slams his fists together to attack Kalim, showering him with a hail of massive icicles and gradually freezing him.

Kalim, on the other hand, simply observes that Horohoro is still not fighting at full strength and charges forward, crushing all of Horohoro’s ice and Over-Soul. He tells him to be himself, which Horohoro has never done before. (5) Horohoro becomes enraged when he is called by his birth name, Usui Horokeu, and declares that he threw it away a long time ago, describing it as the name of a jerk who would murder the only girl he loved.

Horohoro then tells the story of a girl named Kurobe Tamiko, whom he befriended as a child and who gave him the nickname Horohoro, but whom he was forced to abandon by his village elder because her father was building a dam that would take away the land and eventually kill her.

He then explains his motivation for training and describes himself as pathetic. He punches Kalim and demands to know what he thinks of him now. Kalim just laughs and says it’s fine, adding that it’s because of him that he can now fight with his whole heart.

However, this revelation causes Kororo to reveal her true identity as Kurobe Tamiko, who explains how she died but still desired to remain in this world, and was offered the opportunity to become a Koropokkuru by Gororo in order to do so. Horohoro thanks Kalim for making this possible, and he defeats Kalim in the end. As a memorial to Kalim, his body is buried in his plant with a cross and Kalim’s cow skull. 1st Horohoro is still stunned by what he did and Kororo’s true form after the battle. The gang shifts their attention to the next plant.

When the group reaches the tenth and final “Plant of the Universe,” they discover that there is no oxygen and no gravity, and they begin to wonder how they will fight there. Lyserg initially suggests that they each protect themselves with their own personal O.S., but Ryu abruptly interrupts and suggests that they all use the heads of his O.S.

Yamato No Orochi so that the rest of the team can fight at full strength.

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Ren, when asked about the sudden responsibility, says that he wants to be useful as well, and that the seven is currently his best place. Despite their ability to fight at full strength, Rutherfor still defeats them until Yoh nullifies her Over-Soul.

When Hao finally wakes up, he sends the Oracle Bells a message that reads “‘so small.” With the exception of Rutherfor, Opacho, and Yoh, he arrives at the final plant and kills everyone with a single glance. Ren, Lyserg, Chocolove, and Horohoro, along with the Five Grand Elemental Spirits, appear in the Great Spirit after Hao tries to banish Yoh from his area. The Shaman King and the 5 Elemental Warriors engage in a fierce battle.

Finally, Hao reveals that he was only planning their demise and uses the Great Spirit to destroy a sun and create a black hole that nearly swallows the Five Warriors until the Soul Train arrives and anchors everyone. When Hao’s mother arrives and everyone is sent back, he is eventually dissuaded from his plan to destroy humanity.

Funbari no Uta

Horohoro graduates from high school and learns about farming and agriculture seven years after the Shaman Tournament. He appears to have started working on a butterbur field with his own hands and powers, though his sister Pirica is more interested in her boyfriend. He also fights illegal logging operations. Horohoro has even made a blue candy-flavored Fresh Marimo ball, but it isn’t very popular.

Horohoro scares Asakura Hana when he arrives at the Funbari ga Oka train station, who punches him in the face in response, and is reprimanded by Chocolove and Lyserg who arrive at the same time. He, like the others, is taken aback by Ren’s arrival in a horse carriage, and later in the cafe, he wonders who Ren’s son, Tao Men’s mother is. Lyserg hints at it by pointing out the boy’s features and name, but he is interrupted by Ryu, who informs Yoh and Anna that they will be late.

Yoh and Anna finally arrive after remembering their final promise to Hao, and the group heads to the Funbari Onsen party, where he gets into a fight with Ren. He is seen passed out on the table after the party, telling Hana to calm down when he yells at them.

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