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"BITCHES AND WHORES" ― Adachi

A character from Persona 4.

The Egocentric Gamer Dick[edit | edit source]

A detective from Inaba, Japan who believes he deserves the world. Adachi despises living in Inaba, calling it an "unpopulated shithole", and makes attempts to relieve his boredom. When he discovers that he can murder people by pushing them into the television, Adachi sends several bitches and whores to their deaths. These actions catch the attention of some annoying teenagers (and Yu "Chad" Ziodynecock), leading them to form their own investigation team to find the killer (spoiler alert, it's Nanako.)

TFR/Season 1[edit | edit source]

Now on the hit show The Final Rumble, Adachi seeks to sate his hunger for entertainment with his own hands. He seeks to show the world that the society we live in is a scam, bitches and whores need to be eradicated and that above all else, that gamers need to...

RISE UP

However, he couldn't just show up, so at first he used a newly fused Persona and used it transform his physical appearance.

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

He probably should have chosen a disguise for his persona that didn't get it raped by a detective. (Does that mean he's mindfucked?)

TFR/Season 2[edit | edit source]

For almost half of Season 2, he was still under that Persona.

Episode 4

Bullied, antagonized, ostracized, and even criminalized. Gamers had been persecuted far too long for just DARING to be different than their common enemies (and wanting to execute one or two minorities). But it's time for gamers to truly RISE THE FUCK UP, and The Joker first of all will stop hiding behind a Persona to personally pay back everything to everyone that has wronged them in this putrid world, and strike back at the 'chads' by cleansing this corrupt society of the 'holy nectar' that gives them strength; cleansing this world of... bitches and whores.

Episode 5

By revealing himself as the true identity of Joker in the ring, Adachi now is wrestling proper to sate his battle hunger, and the first thing he does is challenge Chad to prove the superiority of gamers. However, he was surprisingly destroyed, as if Chad was somehow wielding more power that he let on...

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

Adachi approaches Richtofen, demanding that Richtofen hands over his "bitch" (aka Kirigiri) so she can be "punished for her crimes against society", or else he will face the mighty wrath (massive jobbing) of gamers. Knowing that Adachi lost against Chad, Richtofen seemed to pay no attention to this threat, though for whatever reason he was wearing a bulletproof vest...

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

Revealing himself to be a mere Persona too, Adachi was infuriated by Chad's announcement, and began training to beat that stupid Yu once and for all.

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

After winning her match against Pieck, Kirigiri is suddenly and violently assaulted by Tohru Adachi who cannot contain his rage anymore since Yu appeared, obviously considering her a BITCH and a WHORE for cheating on OP with Richtofen and not following Adachi's advice when he told Richtofen that women don't belong on the ring.

Afterwards, he went on to fight and finally defeat Yu Narukami. Gamers had finally risen up.

Episode 8.5[edit | edit source]

After defeating that idiot, and with his highschooler friends back in Inaba, probably watching in horror as Adachi mercilesly curbstomped Yu on live TV, Adachi announces that the world will change Today; Todd Howard has the power needed to do it, and Adachi wants in on it. No more Chads, Veronicas, Sluts or Whores, the world will be brighter tomorrow, after all, we will RISE UP.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Adachi attacks the Locker Room, but Nero was there to stop him. When all seemed over for Nero after a shocking back to back meeting with the electric panel, he suddenly pulls his Devil Trigger and awakens, beating Adachi into the back room, who, desperate, drags the fight into the TV World where he defeats Nero with ease being in his element.

Adachi, in the heat of the Brawl, threw himself and Nero into the Shadow World. After winning the battle, the two flung insults at each other. Yet, even the TV is not safe from distortions, as time seemingly reversed, and the insults were exchanged again. As it turns out, Adachi did not know how to exit the TV World, causing even more insults to be exchanged. Coaxing the angry Unga Bunga into calming down, the TV-loving virgin offered alliance, since their chances of surviving alone were close to zero. Nero agreed, with only one stipulation.

NO TALKING!

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

Spent the entire season trapped in the TV World.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Adachi tries to record an audio diary about their current situation, but is distracted by Nero's screams as he fights Shadows. He resigns to think he might eventually need Yu's help, and decides to leave the tape for someone to find it in the future or something.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

Nero still thinks that there must be a way to get out of here, but Adachi reiterates that only Narukami can get them out of here. Waiting while doing nothing isn't his thing, but Adachi reminds him that doing things without thinking was what got them here on the first place, to what Nero resigns and accepts. Adachi starts to notice there are some similarities between Nero and Yu...

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Adachi tells Nero that it must be about two months since they've become trapped, making him irate thinking about all the time away from Kyrie and tries to hit Adachi after he calls her a "bland church girl". But before he can, Narukami Yu enters the TV World to save them after hearing some rumors, much to Adachi's annoyance, and tells him that the exit was in the TV they came from all along. This makes Nero even more furious, challenging Adachi to another fight. Unbeknownst to Adachi, Nero's constant fighting had been having an effect on him, and he easily defeats him, having grinded shadows to lv99.

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Adachi going mental again.

Adachi began this season with planning on a way to obtain the title.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

Adachi appears to Nero, not to fight but to make a proposition: Become tag team champions and prove to his old man that he is not deadweight. Nero reluctantly accepts, looking Adachin angrily on being called by the D-word.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Adachi berates Nero for jobbing, making him seethe into a rage. Adachi remarks that he will need to use that rage for the match, and that if they retain tonight, the Killer2 will start doing open challenges for the tag team titles, before using the D-word and leaving, Nero left raging behind.

However, that didn't happen...

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

Finally, TV world fools get a chance at the tag team title.

Episode 11[edit | edit source]

They get their chance. However, they were just standing fools for the real match that was The Court vs The Mystery Masters, and Nero jobbed again.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

Adachi is starting to get mad at their constant losses.

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

When Adachi's autograph offer was rejected by some random girl and gets called a burden to Nero, he snaps and relapses into a gamer, becoming even more powerful due to his increased incel rage, and after killing the girl in a gamer fit, sends Nero into the hospital for literally the entire season.

When Red hears about it, she attacks him and wins with a 1-2-3. Becoming even more insane after losing to a girl, he claims that The Joker will come back stronger than ever, and when he does, everyone will pay. Then runs away.

Joker eventually reappears while half of the Coolsville detectives are looking for him.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Listed as a missing wrestler since the aftermath of the Death Game and the disappearance of several chaotic wrestlers from TFR.

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

Suddenly, The Joker reappears under the name of JOKER with the rest of the Backstage Uprising, acting just like Adachi used to.

Episode 16

Revealed JOKER was actually Sudou Tatsuya while Adachi was actually Godzilla all along.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

The Joker is back, and so is Adachi (probably, if it's still him under the costume).

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

When Leon S. Kennedy visits The Diamond Realm, Hagakure summons the "Mystery Masters" phantoms, Adachi and Pardo, who they fight for the "Blessing of Jah".

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Lost before the first song of the match ended, making his match against Chad pretty fucking fast
  • Proceeds to do it again twice, what an absolute jobber!
  • Apparently has "Resilience" as a skill, but dies within 5 minutes every time
  • Somehow won against a Bogdabot-powered Zoomer, though it's non-canon anyways :^)))
  • Beat Richtofen, but the match was likely rigged by OP 
  • At the border of defeat, the fucker pulls a finisher and beats Yu on S2E8
  • YEETED a hammer to Kyoko Kirigiri's head after beating up her BF Edward Richtofen.
  • In a desperate move sent Nero, along with himself, into the TV world.
    • Doesn't actually know how to get out. What a retard.
  • Is a virgin.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
S1E1.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Explosive Wire D.match
S1E1.5§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose Game: MDickie MPire
S2E5
Chad Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
NON-CANON Mastema Lose
Robert Lose
Zoomer Win Note: Finally won
S2E6
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
S2E6§#BONUS: Not-so Big Headed Royal Rumble
Full List
Lose
S2E7
Richtofen Win
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
S2E8
Yu Narukami Win
W2 L1 1
2 1 P
S2E12
Nero Win
W3 L1 2
3 1 P
Stage: TV World
Nero and Adachi's Backstage Brawl before ending in the TV World

S3E9
Nero Lose
W3 L2 1
3 1 P
Note: Nero's shadow grinding in the TV overleveled Adachi.
S4E4
Tornado-Tag
Elimination
TV World Fools; The Samevoicers; The Sons of Sparda; The Servants of Hell Lose
W3 L3 0
3 2 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contendership
S4E6
Elimination Chamber Tohru Adachi, Agent 47, Terry Davis, Phoenix Wright, Bane, Mr. America Lose
W3 L4 -1
3 3 P
The Chamber Turnabout
Note: Winner gets to choose his partner for next Tag Team title match.

Note: Was saved time and time again from America by Phoenix.

S4E8
TV World Fools, Farm Crash, China Number One Win
W4 L4 0
3 4 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contenders
S4E11
TV World Fools, Mystery Masters, Champions The Court Lose
W4 L5 -1
3 4 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
S5E3
Red Lose
W4 L6 -2
3 5 P
W3 L3 0
3 2 P
S6E15.5
NON-CANON
Extreme Rules
Kirigiri Kyoko Win Rokkenjimania II
NON-CANON
Battle Royale
Garou, Commissioner Gordon, Delta, Brendan Fraser, Hagakure Yasuhiro, Tom Brady, Adachi Tohru, Shaggy Rogers Lose Rokkenjimania II
For Title: NXT #1 contender
NON-CANON
Falls Count Anywhere
Manny Pardo Win Rokkenjimania II
Note: Kane ran in to use the Piledriver on Manny.

Note: Also Cesaro... flew in

NON-CANON
Elimination
Tag-Team
The Mystery Masters?
No More Jackasses
Win Rokkenjimania II
The Mystery Masters?
The Package Deal
Lose
S7E8
Leon S. Kennedy Lose
W4 L7 -3
3 6 P
W3 L4 -1
3 3 P
Stage: Diamond Realm
OS7E11
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
  1. Van Darkholme
  2. Brendan Fraser
  3. Adachi Tohru
  4. Jack Baker
  5. Gold
  6. Ares
  7. Junpei
NC Note: Crashed

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Cabbage
  • Adachi really likes Sonic Underground

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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