Toki no Roujin
|Toki no Roujin|
|Japanese name||なぞのろうじん, Nazo no Roujin|
ときのろうじん, Toki no Roujin
|Based on||Wise old man|
The Toki no Roujin is a mysterious old man who sent an email to the protagonist of Sanrio Timenet requesting that they enter the world of Sanrio Timenet in an effort to capture monsters and repair the Pillar of Time, responsible for the flow of the past, present and future. He appears many times in the game to talk to the player and support them.
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The Toki no Roujin appears in the manga series Bouken Jikuu Timenet based on Sanrio Timenet and produced by Timenet. He took the protagonists Tōru and Ēru out of the human world to restore the Pillar of Time.
He wants to support Tōru and Ēru but tends to act inappropriately, and he is shown to get angry. In the first chapter (Act 1, "Mysterious World"), he called Unchinbōya, Hyūpo and Pikapochi idiots for not realizing they are monsters.
He is the subject of crude or distasteful 'humour'. He is shown to drink liquor and is often shown without clothes on or only shorts. Tōru also inadvertently found him on the toilet in the second chapter (Act 2, "Door to a Different World").
Earlier in the second chapter, he is shown to not understand children. Before taking Tōru and Ēru outside of the human world, he startled them by appearing through a wall in their school. He kissed Tōru because his book on kids said that a kiss was a sign of deep affection, but he was confused when he did not appreciate it.
In Act 10 ("To the Future"), Tōru lost his temper with the Toki no Roujin and attacked him.
The Toki no Roujin seems to return in the games Space-Net: Cosmo Red and Cosmo Blue developed by Timenet. This is a game not necessarily based on Sanrio, but featuring characters from Sanrio Timenet, where he is found on the Orange planet of the Rainbow System. He reveals that his family name is "Chronos 107".
After the player listens to the story of Solare's queen "Isis" (whose name is possibly based on ancient Egyptian Goddess Isis), Chronos 107 tells them about the Taiyou Mirror that will show one's true identity. The player eventually has to battle a fake Chronos 107, who is the disguise of Zonzora.
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