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Kimatsu
Kimastu
Kanji/Kana Kanji/Kana キマツ
Rōmaji Kimatsu
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Gender Male
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Family
Status Deceased
Faction Gravekeeper
Teigu
Shingu
Abilities Grasshopper skills
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Media Debut
Manga Chapter 15 (Zero)
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Kimatsu was member of Gravekeepers.

Appearance

Kimatsu was a high man, with dark, short hair in mohawk haircut. He wore black, loose clothes. Kimatsu collected five skulls.

With his secret art, Kimatsu gained grasshopper's legs and wings

Personality

Kimatsu was a man who was loyal to Weneg. He was awe-inspiring among the Gravekeepers. Because of that, he was able to convince Jamo to stop assaulting sexually captured girls.

History

Kimatsu, Umber and Jamo were Gravekeepers members which captured Kurome and her teammates, after Arathi was killed. Later, when Jamo was assaulting sexually Gin and Kurome but Kimatsu came stopped him.

Kimatsu's body

Kimatsu's body

When Elite Seven came to help captured Group of Terror members, Kimatsu met Tsukushi and without any problems he defeated her. He took her to place where Gravekeepers were keeping Group of Terror members. Later Kimatsu, after Umber's death, started fighting with Poney. During battle, he used his grasshopper skills, and thanks to them, he nearly killed Poney. Just before Poney's death, Najasho came and he killed Kimatsu.

Skills and Equipment

Kimatsu as gravehooper

Kimatsu as grasshooper

The Secret Art of the Gravekeepers is a unique ability to transform parts of their bodies to preserve the skills of animals and monsters.

Kimatsu's secret art gave him the skills of a grasshopper. He didn't have much strength in the upper body, but he had power in the lower body. He was attacking by pushing back and forth in the narrow interior of the graves with his grasshopper legs.

Trivia

  • According to Takahiro, the origin of his name is not very clear. He was named Kimatsu because his hairstyle is "the last century" (Seikimatsu = end of a century).