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Hanuman Tokusa
TLC2-07
Naming
Japanese 天巧星ハヌマーンのトクサ
Romanization Tenkōsei Hanumān no Tokusa
Greek
Alias(es)
General Information
Classification Celestial Specter of Hades
Deity Hades
Cloth
Memorial
Black Cloth
God Cloth
Glory
Surplice Hanuman Surplice
Scale
Kamui
God Robe
Galaxy
Soma
Ars Magna
Chronotector
Sacred Sword
Tattoo
Orb
Leaf
Nahual
Constellation
Evil Star Heavenly Skillful Star
Star
Cosmoenergy
Realm
Abilities shown
Named techniques Seki Shiki Nyoi Reirin
Items used
Biographical Information
Age 16
Race Human
Gender Male
Place of birth
Place of training Jamir
Place of death
Blood type
Zodiac sign
Birthday
Height
Weight Hakurei
Master
Apprentice
Family Crane Yuzuriha (sister)
Media
Debut TLC: Chapter 57, Episode 15
Appearances The Lost Canvas: Manga
The Lost Canvas: Animation
Japanese voice Miyu Irino
English voice
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A character of Lost Canvas, Tokusa (トクサ Tokusa) is Crane Yuzuriha's younger brother. His soul was awakened as one of the 108 Specters by Thanatos, hence becoming Heavenly Skillful Star, Hanuman Tokusa ( Tenkōsei Hanumān no Tokusa). He is probably the Guardian of the Planet Neptune in the Lost Canvas but there is no definitive confirmation.

Background & PersonalityEdit

Hanuman no tokusa
Little is known of Tokusa's past, except that he was a disciple of Altar Hakurei's, with his sister Yuzuriha and Shion of Aries. The god of death, Thanatos, appeared before him and offered him power and eternal life by becoming a specter of Hades, to which he should end the life of his loved ones. Tokusa accepted and killed his parents, making it look like an accident. The people of Jamir believed that he too had died but could not find his body, but soon he went to his sister to complete his "mission" of killing his loved ones, being Yuzuriha the only one remaining from his family. Yuzuriha decides to confront him, but Shion does not want her to carry the burden of having killed her beloved brother for the rest of her life, and is involved in the battle. At first Tokusa surprises with its newfound power but Shion is replenished quickly, and after deciding that he is not the old friend Tokusa they knew, but the evil with which it had gone away from Jamir, destroys him with his technique Stardust Revolution. In his last moments he is embraced by his sister, though he does not want to stain her with his blood. As the last member of her clan, Yuzuriha decides to tattoo the emblem of her family in the arm with the blood of Tokusa.

SurpliceEdit

Hanuman is the famous Hindu monkey god. The Ramayana says that Hanuman was actually a powerful incarnation of Lord Shiva, which was manifested on earth during the period of Rama, an incarnation of Vishnu, to assist in their tasks. Hanuman appeared as a vanara (humanoid ape) and minister of the king of vanaras, having been one of the great heroes of the epic. He was responsible for the discovery of the captivity of Sita in Lanka, the burning of the city and the annihilation of several important rakshasas of the tribe of Ravana.

The Guardian of Neptune? Edit

Tokusa is possibly one of the Eight Guardians of the Planets, it's not confirmed but he's depicted among the Specters chosen to be the Guardians by Alone but he's never shown during the battles inside the Lost Canvas, but one of the Temples (Neptune) has never been shown and this hints that he may be the guardian of that temple.

Fighting Skills:Edit

  • Sekishiki Nyoi Reirin (積尸気如意霊臨 Sekishiki Nyoi Reirin?, literally means "Praesepe Departed Soul Summoning"): Because he was trained by Hakurei Altar, Tokusa also has the ability to control spirits. Similar to Sekishiki Meikai Ha, only Tokusa uses the spirits with his cosmo concentrate for simultaneous firing powerful blasts that destroy all that is.

SeitteisEdit

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