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Riku Suzumoto is non-playable character in Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE.

Appearance Edit

Design Edit

Riku is a young boy with short, slicked back dark brown hair and blue eyes. He wears a light blue and white jacket with a navy striped t-shirt, red shorts, and white sneakers.

Personality Edit

Riku appears to be mature for his age, but it seems that he doesn't believe heroes are real, calling them 'fake' and 'a waste of time'.

As Touma's side story progresses, it is revealed that the reason Riku stopped believing in heroes was due to his parents' divorce and his transfer to a new school where he was mercilessly bullied. Touma feels a connection with him in that respect, as his childhood was much the same way.

Profile Edit

A young boy who watches hero shows at the top floor of the department store. After meeting Touma, his feelings of despair towards the world gradually change.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Edit

Also known as "Boy" where he's involved in Touma's side quests. He is first seen in Touma's first side quest, "Thrust to the Future!", where he complains that heroes are just fake and it's a waste of time, until Touma makes a promise to Riku that he will become a hero for him.

In Touma's second side quest, Riku mocks Touma for lying to him that instead of becoming a hero, he instead became a villain.

During the third and final of Touma's side stories, Riku is kidnapped by Abel and taken to the top of Illusory 106. The corrupted Mirage intends to drain the boy's Performa, but after Abel is defeated and purified, he chooses to protect Riku and becomes his Mirage partner. The experience leaves a profound impact on Riku, who begins to believe in heroes again and shows his gratitude toward Touma.

Should all of Touma's side stories be completed, it is revealed in Touma's epilogue text that Riku eventually becomes his co-star in his action films when he grows up.

Gallery Edit

 
TMS concept art of Riku
Concept art of Riku Suzumoto


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