Akagi Shigeru

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"I can't even play Mario games anymore because he's a moralfag who always wants to save the princess no matter what. What kind of game is that! What I'm looking for in a video game is a deeper character that I can relate to, like the ones I base my morals in real life off of -- Saturday morning cartoon villains, for one. They know life isn't fair and they KILL KILL KILL without second thought! I admire that. I mean, Sephiroth was the best character in a video game because I can actually understand him unlike a moralhomosexual. He's brooding. I'm brooding. Interest in swords. Yes, I collect many swords. Trenchcoat? I wear trenchcoats every day of my life. Kill without remorse? I would but I'd go to prison!! I understand his oedipus complex because I too share a strong bond with my mother - she cooks me food and I live in her basement.
I've been thinking about this a lot. I even wrote an essay for class entitled 'Moralhomosexualry - what it is and why it's wrong'. It's a masterpiece, but I got an F. Wanna know why? Moralhomosexualry, plain and simple. These moralfags just don't understand me. No one does. What's wrong with these moralfags is that they look on the bright side of life. I can't deal with that, which is why I follow the gothyck lifestyle. As an intellectual gothyck vampyre, I've come to this conclusion: darker is always deeper in the realm of RPGs, video games, and in life
" ― Akagi, after almost losing all his blood on a 25 year game

Main character from Akagi: Yami ni Oritatta Tensai.

Mahjong Nihilist[edit | edit source]

After participating in a game of Chicken, where neither player hits the breaks, and both end up in the ocean, Akagi runs from the cops to a nearby mahjong parlor, and ends up playing against the yakuza for a man trying to clear his debt named Nangou. The room quickly sees him as a mahjong genius, as he even uses the eventual appearance of the police to help him win the match. After defeating the opponent rep player, he is convinced to stop doubling up, and wait to play with an overseer to make sure he gets paid, by the cop Yasuoka, who sees Akagi as a way to make money. After getting a gun from the yakuza members, Akagi scares off the the gang members related to the Chicken game, and shows up late to a match against the blind mahjong master Ichikawa. Akagi successfully uses his cheating against him, and wins the match, but is left unsatisfied, as the yakuza refuse to have a rematch they know they will lose. After this Akagi vanishes.

6 years later Akagi is working in a toy factory, before he is approached to meet a fake version of himself, brought by Yasuoka as a money making scheme. After winning a small gamble against the fake, proving his ability, Akagi returns to work, where Osamu, who was forced to play mahjong in his absence is being cheated. Akagi wraps them up in a gamble for their life savings, and takes them for all their worth, before quickly being taken back to battle against the Fake Akagi. However Akagi predicts that the fake will lose the match, and once this comes to pass, Akagi defeats Urabe in his stead. Urabe, now deep in debt with disheveled hands wants a rematch, but Akagi shuts him down, asking him to bet his hands instead, because the essence of gambling is "a meaningless death", Akagi is left wandering once again searching for said death match. Akagi reunites with Osamu to give him his cut of the money, and is forced into a match with Nakai, who is sure Akagi is cheating, yet is defeated by Akagi who breaks down his cheating method. Akagi soon vanishes after this.

Akagi reappears playing evens and odds against yakuza, winning consistently, though this gets him in trouble, the yakuza want him to admit he rolled a number he did not to get their money back, refusing to back down, Akagi is cut in the shoulder by a sword, and almost killed, until Yasuoka bursts in to save him. Akagi is informed at the hospital that mysterious deaths have occurred, including Hiriyama, the Fake Akagi, and they want Akagi to come in and defeat the murderer. Akagi then meets Washizu Iwao, who has been holding matches where players must bet their own blood against his fortune, Akagi enters the death match, refusing to transfuse blood back into his body. When Akagi finally loses 2000 ccs, the fatal amount, he survives, having pumped 500 extra ccs of blood into his body before the match. Eventually Akagi takes his entire fortune, and Washizu begins to bet his own blood. After multiple brushes with death, Washizu eventually dies right before his own victory, and his white suits forfeit the match to transfuse his blood back. Akagi leaves his own cut of the fortune behind, deciding that he didn't defeat Washizu, he only outlived him.

6 years pass, and Akagi is now being followed by Osamu. Frequently winning huge amounts of money in gambles, an exciting venture Osamu, to Akagi's own detriment, who is trying to get Osamu to leave him alone, telling him people like him "start to think they're my friend". When the house comes demanding money back from Akagi, he finds a way to escape with his money. During this time he is being chased by Washizu, who demands a rematch. While he still thinks about Washizu, stopping at Washizugatani Station, seemingly on the simple whim it happens to contain Washizu's name, Akagi shows no interest in a rematch. Akagi, after imagining Washizu in the local bathhouse, tells Osamu he can stop by the bathhouses, and he may even meet "someone you'd never want to meet". During this time in his life, Akagi is obsessed with getting to the essence of gambling, which he has surmised to be "a meaningless death". Due to this obsession, he constantly raises stakes with the main purpose being to force his opponents to put everything on the line, by extension of this goal, Akagi is more than willing to lose his own life to the whims of a gamble. This attitude causes him to be described as insane, or a demon due to the skill that accompanies these death matches, Ohgi surmises what Akagi yearns for is not a worthless death, but an even match that will finally excite him, a goal mostly fulfilled by his match against Washizu. During this time Akagi is friendless, wandering without making many connections, and only seeming irritated by the attachment characters like Osamu have towards him. By the end of this match, Akagi confirms to himself that when he dies he wants to die as himself, the same way Washizu did.

Season 4[edit | edit source]

And he has come to TFR for that, after all, what better way to fulfill his death fetish than to bet his own life in the famous TFR while also BTFO moralfags.

Episode 3

Beat the ZUN by applying his Mahjong strategies to wrestling.

Episode 5

Got beat up by a goddamn Football hooligan moralfag, fucking moralfags.

Season 5[edit | edit source]

Wandering aimlessly, he suddenly hears his gambling instinct call for him in a nearby conference room, and somehow he ended in the gamble he always desired: a bet that could end in a meaningless death. Kaiji is then decided to gamble it all in the Death Game, which more than pleases its host.

Episode 1

As a non-candidate, Akagi is made to participate in the death rumbles where the first 10 eliminated are sentenced and the winner and highest killer wins Immunity. He is the 14th elimination of the second rumble.

Of course, he doesn't draw a number even close to under 10 and is the very last one eliminated.

Episode 2

Random teams are formed to fight for the immunity, and Akagi goes with a candidate Manny Pardo.

His team wins the Immunity naturally.

Episode 4

Akagi is put against another person who likes to make gambles, Maximillion Pegasus, and this time he loses, getting an ounce of excitement.

However, he didn't lose at all as he gets to play a special card game game before the vote, and draws the Immunity card.

Episode 6

La Parka introduces Dolls of those who have perished and others, fake versions although way too real...

He's excepted from this week's voting and doesn't participate.

Episode 8

Participates in a ladder match for Immunity but Senator Armstrong takes it, at least it was someone he could admire.

Mr. X uses the power of the Focusing Stone to try to shut down the death game, so no vote is held.

Episode 10

In the Wild Ride room, La Parka appears in person with Postal Dude's Doll and Miami Mutilator's Doll holding shotguns, and blasts Mr. X to smithereens. As punishment, all those who didn't win their matches the previous week will face very personal deathmatches.

He meets some old dude named Washizu Iwao who claims he wants a rematch and went as far as making a deal with some weird man, despite Akagi never ever meeting him before in his life. Either way, he doesn't seem like a moralfag, and Akagi accepts his challenge to Washizu-rules Wrestling where every point is worth 200cc of blood, hoping to finally learn what it's like to live for real.

Akagi finally loses, and Washizu can't stop laughing about getting his revenge all the way from hell as he grabs the gun issued by La Parka, and shouts Akagi's name over and over before his old age catches up with him and he succumbs to his injuries and blood loss. Akagi contemplates his smiling face and realizes that his mind must have been clear as the sky the moment he died. Akagi decides that he didn't really win, but merely out-lived Washizu, and takes his gun before using it to shoot himself.

This character is Dead

Season 6[edit | edit source]

His soul was likely residing in Reservoir of Souls.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Results Records Singles Details
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
☀King of the Ring Board Tournament

Note: Akagi's forearm to the jaw fulminated ZUN.

Cam On Ingurland Lose
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
☀King of the Ring Board Tournament

Note: Fucking Moralfags

Royal Rumble
  1. Donald Mustard
  2. The Demon of Debt
  3. Jeff Mangum
  4. Pete
  5. Akagi Shigeru
  6. Mr. X
  7. Joshua Graham
  8. Kazuhira Miller
  9. The Prince
  10. Dante
  1. Kaname Date
  2. Jeff Mangum
  3. James Sunderland
  4. The Prince
  5. Postal Dude
  6. Joshua Graham
  7. Sam Hyde
  8. The Demon of Debt
  9. Soldier G65434-2
  10. Dante
  11. V
  12. Bane
  13. Ricardo Milos
  14. Travis Touchdown
  15. Doomguy
  16. Kazuhira Miller
  17. Strelok
  18. Duke Nukem
  19. Terry Davis
  20. Manny Pardo
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
For Title: /v/ #1 contender

Note: First Royal Rumble CRASHED.

Royal Rumble
  1. Kevin Nash
  2. Strelok
  3. Terry Davis
  4. Pete
  5. Ricardo Milos
  6. Donald Mustard
  7. Samoa Joe
  8. Max Payne
  9. Jeff Mangum
  10. Brendan Fraser
  11. V
  12. Garcian Smith
  13. Gippo Dudee
  14. Calypso
  15. Duke Nukem
  16. Mastema
  17. Akagi Shigeru
  18. Louis
  19. Tommy Wiseau
  20. Patrick Bateman
W1 L3 -2
1 1 P
Death Rumble
Elimination №: 19
The Mystery Masters, Agent 47 & Andrei Ulmeyda, Akagi Shigeru & Manny Pardo, Prince of Persia & James Sunderland Win
W2 L3 -1
1 2 P
Immunity 4-Way
For: Immunity×1
Maximillion Pegasus Lose
W2 L4 -2
1 3 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
A Bad Draw
For: Immunity×1
Ladder Manny Pardo, Akagi Shigeru, Hiyori Sou, Senator Armstrong, Louis, Prince of Persia, Andrei Ulmeyda, Postal Dude Lose
W2 L5 -3
1 3 P
Immunity Ladder Double
For: Immunity×2
Ironman 15' Washizu Iwao (4-0) Lose
W2 L6 -4
1 7 P
W1 L3 -2
1 6 P
Death Match
For: Survival
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWE 2K20

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