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'''Shōji''' is one of [[Chūtora]]'s sons. He is the oldest of the four brothers, making him a leader figure among them.
 
'''Shōji''' is one of [[Chūtora]]'s sons. He is the oldest of the four brothers, making him a leader figure among them.

Revision as of 18:43, September 15, 2016

Shōji (昭治)
Shoji, Shouji, Shooji

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Breed
Kai Ken Mix
Affiliation
First appearance
GDW vol 9 chpt 5, GDW ep 10
Last appearance
GDW vol 13 chpt 6, GDW ep 13
Status
Deceased (killed by Genba)
Family or owners
Akatora, Kurotora (uncles), Chūtora (father), Kagetora, Harutora, Nobutora (cousins), Dodo, Shigure, Buru (brothers)
Voiced by
Kenji Nomura
Meaning of name
Phenomenon / Bright Rule (as in govern)
Birth of Place
Kofun City, Yamanashi Prefecture

Shōji is one of Chūtora's sons. He is the oldest of the four brothers, making him a leader figure among them.

Appearance

In anime, he is gray-white brindle Kai Ken mix and has brown eyes.

Ginga Densetsu Weed

After Shōji's father died, uncle Kurotora raised him and his brothers.

As Genba tries to take over Gajō, Shōji and his brothers, along with Kurotora, do their best to defend Gajō. As the battle is about to break out, Shōji pushes Kurotora down from Gajō so Akame can lead him to safety.

As Genba gets a hold of Shigure, Shōji pushes Genba off him and starts a fight with him, leading to his own death. He is the last of the dead brothers to be killed.

His body is thrown into the river by Genba and discovered by Kurotora, who brings it to a cave along with the other two brothers. 

Ginga: The Last Wars

They aren't buried and are left in the cave, their decomposed bodies are found a couple of years later by RocketKen and Kyōshirō during Monsoon's reign over Ōu.


See more pictures in Shōji (Photo Gallery).

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