|Location||The Sea Kingdom (Previously)|
|Affiliation||The Sea Kingdom (Previously)|
|Occupation||Ruler of the Sea Kingdom (Previously)|
|Relatives||Uomihime (Daughter) |
Before falling into a deep slumber, he bestowed his position of ruler to his daughter Uomihime.
Aounabara appears to be a very regal person, living up to name. His hair is pure white, bangs stylized into a messy hime cut parted to the left, and a high ponytail that reaches to an undetermined length; judging by pictures, the length exceeds the length of his body. He wears traditional jōe, with a white outer tunic and a deep blue undergarment. The ends of his outer sleeves are scaled, light blue and white in coloring. His sashinuki, or pants, are dark gray, trimmed with black. One of his most noteworthy features are the horns that protrude from either side of his head, four in number, resembling antlers in shape. On his face are blue markings, two lines beneath each eye. His eyes have a black sclera, a yellow iris and black pupils. He appears to have clawed hands, gray in color, with sharp white claws protruding from each finger.
He is known as a very powerful being, and his influence still affects the Blue Sea, long after he descended the throne; all of the residents seem to respect the King to some degree.
Jiiya, Uomihime's fish servant, describes Aounabara as cruel, due to his influence in instigating a rivalry and war between his two daughters. His reasons and motives for his actions are currently unknown, though may be brought to light in the future.
In the Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea -Reboot-, it is revealed in a Bonus Scene that Aounabara was created by Satanick as one of the three divine beasts to rule over the sea. Aounabara became lonely, fearing what was even at the bottom of the dark sea. Satanick created Meikai to become a friend and companion for Aounabara, and the kingdom was filled with light, such as was never seen before or after. After finding out about Meikai's relationship with the Moon Spirit, Aounabara became jealous, cursing the Moon Spirit. His negative feelings also seeped into the sea. To see Meikai cry over the loss of someone he loved caused Aounabara to regret what he had done, falling into both despair and a deep slumber.
Aounabara was mentioned in Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea, but he never made a direct appearance. Instead, he only appeared in cameos or references. Aounabara was the previous ruler of the Blue Sea, but when it came time for him to step down from his position, he chose his daughter, Uomi, as his successor, before going to sleep. During the game's events, he still remained asleep - his true status and location being unknown.
Uomihime is Aounabara's eldest daughter. Aounabara chose Uomihime as his successor, over her sister Mikotsuhime.
Mikotsuhime is Aounabara's younger daughter. It is unknown how he feels about her, though Mikotsu holds bitter feelings toward him for seemingly abandoning her and favoring her sister over her. While Mikotsuhime is deeply wounded and betrayed by her father for his actions, she dearly loves him, calling out for him while she suffers during her sealing by Meikai.
The relationship these two have remain vague, as they had only been seen interacting in a banner that dates back to when Meikai was much younger and Aounabara was still the ruler of the Sea Kingdom; the artwork suggests that the two have a good bond, as they show pleasant faces to each other's presence. Meikai had also been the one who had sealed Aounabara's daughter into the Sea of Death. As of the 2017 10 22 update, Sea King is shown to have faint feelings towards a young Meikai.
As of the Reboot - revealed in a Bonus Scene - Meikai was created by Satanick from a star falling upon the waters. He was to be a friend and companion for The Sea King. Once Meikai grew into an adult, Aounabara noticed he would sneak off during the nights, finding out that he had fallen in love with the Moon Spirit. Aounabara became upset that his dear friend and "precious treasure" had been taken from him; these negative feelings leaked into the sea among the curse he put on the Moon Spirit. He thought that Meikai would come back to him after this, only to find Meikai crying for the first time. Falling into despair, the Sea King felt unfit to be the king any longer, and he fell into a deep slumber.
- Judging by his appearance, mainly by his horns and scales, there are some signs pointing to the idea that Aounabara could maybe be an eastern dragon, well-known for being powerful water deities, and oftentimes associated with royal status and authority.
- Aounabara's appearance is remarkably similar to Artamos, the king of the Totsusa Kingdom. From their outfits, to hairstyles, to the eye-like markings on their cheeks, they both greatly resemble each other.
- As of July 16th, 2017 on a Wednesday, there had been an update presenting a drawing of a new unnamed character who also resemble Artamos and Aounabara greatly. The connection between the three suggests that they are all rulers of a Kingdom.
- During a Bonus Scene of the Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea -Reboot-, it was revealed that Aounabara, Artamos, and Kigisu are three divine beasts created to rule over the sea, land, and sky, respectively, to make the devil's world more lively.
Wadanohara and The Great Blue Sea -Reboot-
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There are no known quotes from Aounabara.
Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea
|Enemies · Items|
|Major||Dolpi · Fukami · Helica · Meikai · Memoca · Mikotsuhime · Pulmo · Samekichi · Syakesan · Tatsumiya · Totsusahime · Uomihime · Wadanohara|
|Minor||Adauchi · Aom · Aounabara · Artamos · Cherryblod · Chlomaki · Creamil · Doloz · Great Witch · Hofuru · Idate · Irena · Jiiya · Laurentia · Lobco · Met · Minero · Miyura · Nekoyama · Old · Rimorimo · Seguro · Sheep · Squid · Stella · Tarako · Tomoshibi · Totsusa Soldier · Tsuribari · Ver Million|
|Cameo||Amemiya · Benihotaru · Bloody Mary · Giltz · Gyakuten · Hanahata · Kaen · Kagimori · Maekami · Mogeko · Noir · Ptomain · Reley Lo · Rock · Sagan · Shiroame · Shiroma · Starlit Night · Sullivan · Syokamori · Tetsuzora · Tokinome · Touya · Tsumuri · Tuchikure · Yohira · Ziki|