"I want power that can protect everyone!"
—Mamori Minamoto, Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE

Mamori Minamoto is a playable character from Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE.


Design Edit

Mamori is a young girl with dark brown hair tied in twin braids and brown eyes.

When not wearing her school uniform, she wears a lilac kimono with a windmill design and a blue hakama with a floral design. Underneath is a black turtleneck, gloves and boots. In addition, she wears a bright red ribbon on top of her head.

At school, she wears a tan blazer jacket with a school emblem and a matching light blue and yellow plaid big ribbon bow and skirt. She also has a yellow hat with a clover design attached.

When in Carnage Form, she wears heavy, golden armor with rabbit ears and a tail. Her default double-headed axe has a smiley face on it, as well as rabbit faces connected to the blades.

Personality Edit

She's proper and polite, though she occasionally shows an obedient child-like side of her at times. Contrary to most people of her age, she's fond of traditional Japanese ballads and kimonos. She also shares a deep connection with Barry Goodman, referring to him as uncle (おじちゃん, Oji-chan).

Profile Edit

Mamori is an elementary school student and entertainer that also works at Fortuna Entertainment. She prefers old-fashioned clothing and music from the Showa Period. She acts as the MC on the cooking show "Microwavin' with Mamorin."

Before becoming a Mirage Master, a corrupted Draug possesses Barry Goodman. She is able to free him from Draug's control with her singing, and then purifies Draug with her newly awakened Performa, after he is defeated by Itsuki and the others.

Ending Edit

Mamori Minamoto - Microwave Idol

Upon graduating elementary school, Mamori went on hiatus from show business. Although she continues to train to sing and dance, she has a hard time catching up on all the other schoolwork she's missed. Itsuki and the other members of Fortuna gladly tutor her whenever time allows.

Mamori Minamoto - Ballad Empress

After performing in the Gold and Silver Singing Competition, she won the opportunity for her own concert in the prestigious Bugeikan hall. Though her first popularity came from the odd combination of microwaving and ballads, none could deny her singing ability, and she started a new ballad craze in Japan. The media dubs her "Japan's granddaughter," and she is loved by all.

Gallery Edit

Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE
TMS Mamori main concept artwork
Concept art of Mamori
TMS Mamori (Mirage Master) main concept artwork
Concept artwork of Mamori as a Mirage Master
TMS concept of Mamori Minamoto, 01
Concept artwork of Mamori's outfits
TMS concept of Mamori Minamoto, 02
Concept artwork of Mamori's outfits
TMS concept of Mamori Minamoto, 03
Concept artwork of Mamori's outfits
TMS concept of Mamori Minamoto, 04
Concept artwork of Mamori's outfits
TMS (Cinematic) concept art of Mamori
Concept artwork of Mamori (cinematic)
Mamori Costume
Concept art of Mamori's Costumes
SMTx FE Mamori and Barry - illustration by toi8
Mamori and Barry Illustration by to18
TMS Fortuna Entertainment main cast illustration by toi8
Illustration artwork of Mamori and the main cast by toi8
TMS main female cast and Itsuki illustration by toi8
Illustration artwork of Mamori, Itsuki and the main female cast by toi8
TMS Mamori chibis
Chibi version of Mamori
TMS Microwave Idol Mamorin
Poster of Mamori as Microwave Idol Mamorin
Raindrop Memories
Mamori's poster for Raindrop Memories.
SMI x FE Mamori Minamoto in the anime cutscene
Mamori Minamoto in Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE anime cutscene
SMTxFE Mamori in her kimono outfit
Mamori in her kimono idol outfit
Mamori SMT x FE blushing
Mamori blushing
TMS FE Encore Garreg Mach Costume
Mamori wearing the Garreg Mach Monastery Uniform from Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Encore exclusive costume)
Mamori Minamoto and Draug illustration by 40原@新刊書店委託中 for Fire Emblem Cipher Series 4
Artwork of Mamori and Draug in Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) by 40Hara
Mamori Fire Emblem Heroes
Artwork of Mamori and Draug from Fire Emblem Heroes by Yuji Himukai.
Mamori Fire Emblem Heroes's fight artwork
Artwork of Mamori from Fire Emblem Heroes by Yuji Himukai.
Mamori Fire Emblem Heroes Skill artwork
Mamori and Draug's skill activated artwork from Fire Emblem Heroes by Yuji Himukai.
Mamori Fire Emblem Heroes Damaged artwork
Mamori's damaged artwork from Fire Emblem Heroes by Yuji Himukai
Mamori Fire Emblem Heroes sprite
Mamori's sprite artwork from Fire Emblem Heroes.
Mamori microwavin idol pop01
Mamori microwavin idol pop02
Mamori microwavin idol pop04

Etymology Edit

Mamori's given name is derived from the Japanese verb "mamoru," or "to protect." This is referenced in her Mirage, Draug, a member of the knight class. In the Fire Emblem series, knights are units with high defense that can serve as a tank class, protecting far more fragile units.

Trivia Edit

  • She is the youngest Mirage Master and playable character.
  • Mamori is one of the characters whose Carnage Form's color scheme is dissimilar to her Mirage partner's, the other being Kiria. Where her Carnage Form is golden, Draug is a dark navy.
  • She is the only character that retains her hair style and eye color while in her Carnage Form.

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