Mitake Miyao

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The main character from Ciconia no Naku Koro ni, and a main character of TFR's Season 6 act 1.

Walls of Peace[edit | edit source]

A member of the 0017th Aerial Augmented Infantry Squad "Warcat" of the AOU Combined Military Central HQ

The current world record holder for highest P3 level measurements. His overwhelming score far surpassed second place. Current Gauntlet engineering is unable to make use of most of his P3 potential, so he's currently in a state where his talent has outstripped technology.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

Joins The Final Rumble in an attempt to expand the WALLS OF PEACE.

Episode 9

Debuts against Maebara Keiichi and wins.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Rean and Raidou enjoy watching Miyao, Rebecca, Pieck, Arcueid Brunestud, Suguri, Mrs. X, and Ada take a hot springs bath

After the tragedy, works to maintain the walls of peace in the Locker Room.

Episode 1

Talks to his father, Toujirou Mitake, who warns him that dark forces are looming in the background of the company despite the abounding peace everyone is working together to maintain. Miyao believes his predictions, no, his "prophecies", and Toujirou instructs him to think about what is his enemy, and what are his allies.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Teams up with Nagito Komaeda after saving him after a door accident. They fight Sandro and the Necrodancer in a tag-team match but the match ends in a draw due to Sandro and Miyao being outside the ring at the 10-count.

Durking Duke's speech, he talks with Komaeda about his speech with Toujirou, and how he hopes the Order will keep supporting the walls of peace. Komaeda cheers on his hope.

After his match, Philip U. Butler calls Miyao to the parking lot introducing him as part of the Armed Forces, and tells miyao how his father was assassinated on this very area backstage, and how it was covered up. He tells him that apparently witnesses saw "Tatsuya" attacking someone.

Miyao screams at Suou Tatsuya if he really killed his father, but Tatsuya has no idea. He instead suggests that Kadoya Tsukasa might be related since people often confuse the two. Miyao apologizes, and Tatsuya offers to help him if he ever needs it.

Episode 3

As he witnesses Kadoya kill another guy in the very ring, he confronts him and he admits that he must destroy this world. Kadoya cryptically answers that he remembers everything now after the King of Hell rose up. Miyao attacks him after he spews nonsense, but he just says that he can't defeat the one destined to destroy everything. Miyao is defeated after a hard fought match. However Kadoya spares him...

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

After the explosion, Miyao asks Komaeda to separate to look for people needing help.

After finding Kadoya, Miyao confronts him again as he's dejected over being unable to neither destroy the world or save it. Miyao surprises him with his hope, and that convinces him to work together with him and his friends for hope in the future. Kadoya asks if he can fight his destiny no matter what happens, and accepting, Kadoya makes a point to shoulder everyone's burdens.

As Kadoya searches for survives as instructed, he encounters an invading demon, but thanks to his luck, Rando shows up to fight and let him escape.

While the rioters continue their siege on TFR, after finding out Rando is fighting that demon from Komaeda, he decides he has to help him. Even thought Kadoya points out that the two traitors are ready to put a finishing blow on him, Miyao instructs Komaeda to go find Tatsuya and Makoto, and Kadoya gives up on stopping such a strong will. Komaeda and Kadoya meet up with Tatsuya and Yuki Makoto but they have to escape from a masked man with a bat, a girl? with a golf club, and a zombie with gym equipment..

Miyao joins Rando against Duke Nukem and Helltaker rushing to his defense. Shows up in a blue suit for some reason. After the fight, he is taken down by Hellcarder's pure strike.

Rando goes on to take both of them down when they remove his mask and defeat BANS, but neither makes it to Delta's escape plan after Rumble-17 begins.

Episode 5

12 years in the future, no one can tell Miyao's location, rumors abound about her being either submitting reports about the kings, uploading strange videos online, or simply still being missing since the disaster.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Infiltrating a Factory, Miyao conducts his investigation:

...It was a dimly-lit factory.

There was a bad, humid smell and an inorganic feel to it.

Even though it was so bustling with activity and even noisy, still felt eerily quiet.

The entire area... was filled with massive cages with TVs inside them.

There was no sunshine anywhere, only blackness. Only the light that emanated from the TVs made it possible to see anything.

Inside that sea of cages... There were humans... If you could even call them that, by this point.

There were men and women, kids and adults, the young and the old.

All of them sitting down. All of them with a fixated gaze.

From their seats, they wouldn't take their eyes off the TV.

They were watching wrestling matches. And all of those matches had the same outcome.

A "Messiah" would leave the ring with his arms raised in victory.

Yet, despite the predictable results, they would always rise from their seats in excitement after every match.

You could only hear the same phrases, over and over again, coming from the TVs.

"Ah, the old vicious head crank!" "Look at the torque!" "He wants no part of the outside!" "Swinging Neckbreaker!"

That was what their minds were reduced to.

That was what their lives were reduced to.

They needed to produce the "dimes".

Because they had to help. Because that would be the only way to reach the promised land.

...All was in the name of guiding humanity down the right path...

...Or was it, really?

He then gets caught in the crossfire after Doctor Mario and Demaro Blanco encounter each other, but manages to win and escape.

Episode 10[edit | edit source]

Miyao, working as a field reporter for The Final Resistance, returns to the base and reports on his findings.

Because the Three Kings already have a firm hand on the financial market, money is obviously not their final goal.

The workers, instead, contribute to production in a different manner.

While watching those broadcasts, through their reactions and emotions, a special form of energy is formed.

That energy is what we call "Dimes".

such energy comes from drawing the life force itself out of their workers.

After a while, they're reduced to nothing more than empty shells, that only ever react to what they see on their TVs.

That's what those workers are destined to become. Completely broken human beings, lost in their servitude to the Kings.

Some of you probably knew about that part already, having been there, but for those that don't... Well, there you go.

I'm currently producing a full-length film that aims to expose what goes on inside such factories.

Now, for the more interesting stuff...

The final destination of that energy... Is a very powerful artifact which has been researched for years over at Sminem Corporation. The Cosmic Egg.

It has been discovered that only Dimes energy is capable of powering it up.

Once they have gathered enough of it... Then, the true goal of the Kings will finally be revealed.

We can't expect it to be anything good, though, seeing the means through such thing would have been achieved.

Miyao then leaves as he won't be able to join the party.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Red, Claire, and Miyao observe NaeNae

When Suou Tatsuya and Power visit a McDonalds, and the latter discusses with him, Miyao re-introduces himself to Tatsuya, since he got quite a growth spurt and acquired tomitake mode.

After Tatsuya comes back from having Power mess with his bike, he doesn't find Miyao, and checking the bathroom, he finds... a body. Butchered in the exact same way as Mitake Toujirou so many years ago.

Episode 13

Back from the bathroom and confused, Tatsuya encounters... Mitake Miyao. Unnerved, Tatsuya wonders if he was something real. Miyao survived the rumbling and gave up his hope and wrestling to become a viral cat video uploader. Tatsuya asks if he saw someone with the descripton of the "other Miyao", but denies it.

Miyao wrestlers for the first time in 12 years against Red... tough luck.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

A gifted Gauntlet Knight from Japan and best friends of the insubordinate Jayden. After Jayden is banned from flying over America due to "forming indecent shapes" over Florida, Coolsville accepts him flying short distances while wrestling, and so decided to join a promotion. Miyao accompanies him, but isn't too sure about wrestling...

Episode 6

Deciding to give it a go, he was soon met why the reason why his contract wasn't renewed after the match.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Jayden's having a great time SNIFFFFFFing Miyao's sweat and can't way to hit on her... Haze is about to strike, when he hits the door and Jayden says that he was merely talking about wrestling, and they are the same age anyway.

Haze is about to give up... when he spots a suspicious man cracking photos of people without their consent. And he looks like a pedo too so he's gonna get his skull cracked!

Jayden and Miyao run out and drag Haze away from him, Miyao revealing the man is actually his dad (and Miyao jabs Jayden before he can say anything indecent). Tomitake introduces himself as freelance photographer from Tokyo and part-time TFR wrestler, but he notices he used the wrong name and introduces himself with his true name: Mitake Toujirou. He decides to show them some of his work: The debut of the world's first robotic wrestler, although he wasn't so great; Greg pulling out a secret weapon against HUNK; two friends hanging out at the arena where no one but the owner's family has ever stepped.

Tomitake wonders if they could be ghosts, which gives Jayden the chills and Miyao cannot believe it, but Haze says they wrestler here and ruins the fun. For his last few images, he shows a set from Eden of Coolsville, first a pic from the #2 of Coolsville (which makes Jayden go boing, and Haze question him showing this to teenagers); the pair of friends again haunting Coolsville's infamous locations; the legendary Sonozaki family Patriarch and servant; and finally just the servant alone, without hint of Steven.

It's getting late so Tomitake offers to go for a bite, and Jayden says something that causes him to be jabbed at again. Once alone, Haze can't but admite he had some fun and he's not as mad, but he finds Tomitake's pic of Steven's sunglasses-clad bodyguard on the floor and gets mad again...

TFR/Season 6: Epilogue[edit | edit source]

One day, while walking on the street, Miyao sees a high-school boy, a hopeful man, and an emo-looking guy, and asks for directions to the nearest McDonalds. The hopeful man tells the kid that he doesn't know, which makes him mad saying "he's around his age" but this baffles the emo guy, and the hopeful man laughs at such a misunderstanding.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

Mitake Miyao is a Gauntlet Knight, and friend of fellow knight Jayden. He often visits during his matches.

Episode 6/TFR

After his supergenius friend got him a contract to wrestle together as "training partner" and as his manager. Before his match...

>Miyao and Jayden high-fived in a way that showed they were men who knew each other well.

Episode 7/TFR

Consoling him over losing his last match over not having "long arm advantage" like he does with him, Miyao cheers him to fight to get in the tournament. But that doesn't happen.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Extreme Rules Maebara Keiichi Win
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Tag-Team Walls of Hope

The Crypt

W1 L0 2
1 0 P
Kadoya Tsukasa Lose
W1 L1 1
1 1 P
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
Rando & Mitake Miyao

Hellcarder & Duke Nukem

W2 L1 2
2 1 P
Triple-Threat Demaro, Mario, Mitake Miyao Win
W3 L1 3
2 1 P
Note: Miyao put Mario into a hold and he tapped like a busta
30-Man Royal Rumble
  1. Tazuna Joe
  2. Albus Bernstein
  3. Robert
  4. Dimitri Blaiddyd
  5. Adol Christin
  6. Ruber
  7. Headmaster
  8. Rean Schwarzer
  9. Sakakura Juzo
  10. Gold
  11. Mitake Miyao
  12. Arthas Menethil
  13. Ushiromiya Battler
  14. G-Man
  15. Second Carlos
  16. Haze
  17. Kasuga Ichiban
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Ooishi Kuraudo
  20. Travis Touchdown
  21. John Bradford
  22. Kadoya Tsukasa
  23. Kotomine Kirei
  24. Dr. Piccolo
  25. Rance
  26. Emir
  27. Okabe Rintarou
  28. Demi-fiend
  29. Date Kaname
  30. Albert Wesker
Lose For Title: King of Noncanon
Elimination Chamber
Fred Jones, Sakakura Juzo, Albert Wesker, Okabe Rintarou, Mitake Miyao, Rance Lose For Title: King of Noncanon #1 Contender

Note: Destroyed Rance possibly even faster than Zoomer destroyed Geralt, before anyone else even entered the ring.

Red Lose
W3 L2 2
2 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
Elimination Chamber
Mitake Miyao, Somsnosa, Power, Phi, Dlanor A. Knox, Suguri Lose
NON-CANON Furudo Erika Win
Kadoya Tsukasa & Komaeda Nagito & Yuki Makoto & Mitake Miyao

Rando & Kasuga Ichiban & Power & Suou Tatsuya

NON-CANON Mitake Toujirou Lose
Ushiromiya Battler, Kotomine Kirei, Mitake Miyao

Third Carlos, Kyle Hyde, Max Payne

Win Note: Gigadimes
No-DQ Mitake Miyao Lose
W3 L3 1
2 3 P
W1 L3 -2
1 3 P
Tag-Team The Butterflies


W3 L4 0
2 4 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contender
No-DQ Saihara Shuichi Win
W4 L4 1
3 4 P
W2 L3 -1
2 3 P
Note: CM Sai's greatly awaited return
bear Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Opening Arc

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Yes, >male
  • Due to the effects of rumors, it's likely neither of the two Miyaos seen after the 12 years timeskip are the real one.
  • His first post-ts design is based partly on Tomitake Jirou and SMTIVF's original Nanashi design.
    • Her second post-ts design is based on Isabeau from Shin Megami Tensei IV.