Age: 16 Birth Date: February 14 Birthplace: Ha Tribe, Hokkan Height: 173cm Blood type: O Constellation: Void, 'Xu' Symbol Location: Left shoulder blade Hobbies: hunting The second Seishi. He is a brash teenage boy, but also naive and shy. He wanted to earn some money for his family, and so went out looking for bounties... none other than Rimudo! His first meeting with Takiko was taking her hostage to use as bait to lure out Rimudo... at Takiko's suggestion. She later tries to escape, but he stops her and Tomite's mother steps in. Tomite is more or less made to protect Takiko, but he doesn't mind too much. Tomite's family lives a traditional nomadic lifestyle, but are victims of bandits and the growing tension with the invading Kutou armies. As a young boy his father was killed by the mou (mountain monsters), and it's something that he's been trying to cope with for a long time. He has no siblings, and so his mother is very precious to him. It's the difficult, but somehow still happy, lives of the members of the Ha tribe that inspire Takiko to accept the role of Priestess. Tomite is a skilled archer, capable of speed and accuracy. His true power lies in his ability to manipulate ice, but he is reluctant to showcase his abilities because of what onlookers may think, so it's something he only uses in dire situations but from what has been seen, it's clear that his power is profound. The very first time his power manifested he was fifteen, and his mother had just been hurt by monsters attacking the tribe. He doesn't remember much of it and put the blame of what happened on Hikitsu, until Hikitsu forces him to relive the memory. According to the original Fushigi Yuugi, he was also able to produce rings of energy that would contrict around enemies, cutting them in half. No examples of this power have been seen in the Genbu Kaiden yet. At his core, Tomite is a somewhat awkward, silly teenage boy. He had a small crush on Takiko, but backed off once he realised it was not reciprocated. At first he was confused and rather hurt by her seemingly one-sided infatuation with Rimudo (who was regularily threatening to kill her, much less did he show any interest in her) but as Takiko and Rimudo's relationship has steadied, he seems mostly content to do his best for Takiko by being a strong and devout Seishi. Tomite has some background with Hikitsu. They clearly knew each other as children, but the extent of their friendship is unknown, though they appear quite comfortable with each other. After being reunited with Hikitsu, and even before the other Seishi agrees to help Takiko, the two of them make a pact of brotherhood, reinforcing the pact that has been made between their tribes for generations. Hikitsu's little sister Aila has a very one-sided crush on Tomite, and with the over-protective Hikitsu looming, it's clear he doesn't know how to handle the situation. 200 years in the future, the Suzaku seishi encounter his ghost, still residing in a temple where the Shinzahou is kept. Both he and Hikitsu have remained to protect the final remaining manifestation of Genbu's power.
according to the ZODIAC AQUARIUS (source) Aquarians basically possess strong and attractive personalities. They fall into two principle types: one shy, sensitive, gentle and patient; the other exuberant, lively and exhibitionist, sometimes hiding the considerable depths of their character under a cloak of frivolity. Both types are strong willed and forceful in their different ways and have strong convictions, though as they seek truth above all things, they are usually honest enough to change their opinions, however firmly held, if evidence comes to light which persuades them that they have been mistaken. They obey the Quaker exhortation to "Be open to truth, from whatever source it comes," and are prepared to learn from everyone. They are humane, frank, serious minded, genial, refined, sometimes ethereal, and idealistic, though this last quality is tempered with a sensible practicality. They are quick, active and persevering without being self-assertive, and express themselves with reason, moderation and sometimes, a dry humor. They need to retire from the world at times and to become temporary loners. They appreciate opportunities for meditation or, if they are religious, of retreats. Even in company they are fiercely independent, refusing to follow the crowd. They dislike interference by others, however helpfully intended, and will accept it only on their own terms. In spite of the often intensely magnetic, forthcoming and open personality of the more extrovert kind of Aquarian, and of their desire to help humanity, neither type makes friends easily. They sometimes appear to condescend to others and take too little trouble to cultivate the acquaintance of people who do not particularly appeal to them. They do not give themselves easily - perhaps their judgment of human nature is too good for that - and are sometimes accounted cold. But once they decide that someone is worthy of their friendship or love, they can exert an almost hypnotic and irresistible mental attraction on them and will themselves become tenacious friends or lovers, ready to sacrifice everything for their partners and be faithful to them for life. However, they are sometimes disappointed emotionally because their own high personal ideals cause them to demand more of others than is reasonable. And if they are deceived their anger is terrible. If disillusioned, they do not forgive. Among the faults to which they are liable are fanatical eccentricity, wayward egotism, excessive detachment and an inclination to retreat from life and society, and a tendency to be extremely dogmatic in their opinions. Aquarians can be a threat to all they survey or a great boon for humanity in general. Circumstances - for example, continuous opposition to a cause they hold dear - may cause the atrophy of the openness of mind that is one of the Aquarian's most attractive traits. They may express a lack of integrity in broken promises, secretiveness or cunning. Simmering anger and resentment, rudeness or, worse, a tense, threatening silence which may suddenly burst out in eruptions of extreme temper, these are all part of the negative side of the Aquarian. This can also reveal itself in a sustained hatred for enemies that is capable of enlarging itself into a misanthropy toward the whole of mankind. NAME (source) The name Chamka creates the desire for harmony with others, but it causes a blunt expression that alienates others. The name gives you the desire to meet and mix socially and to create congenial circumstances for everyone. However, all too often, you express yourself in a matter-of-fact or awkward way that results in your good intentions being misunderstood. You have a friendly personality, interest in people, and desire to please. You prefer situations that allow a degree of independence, but are not too demanding in work-load or responsibility.