- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Synopsis
- 4 Powers and Abilities
- 5 Manga Appearances
- 6 Appearances in Other Media
- 7 Trivia
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Mosco is a medium-sized, heavyset droid with two antennas at the top of his head, a large black egg-like object that looks like a hair bun, a triangle-shaped nose, and small facial features. When under the fake Sister's command, Mosco wore no shirt but a set of short sleeves, a thong-like set of pants with leggings, and was barefoot. His largest distinctive feature is a button where his belly button should be and a message above the button that says "Don't Push". After joining the Edens Zero crew, Mosco starts to wear a suit and tie.
On the trip to Mildian, Mosco changed his clothes into a tight-fitting white, 70's disco-style suit with a tie and the forearms are decorated with golden tassels. He also sports an afro and a pair of dark, round sunglasses.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Mosco was programmed for service purposes and is shown to be extremely loyal to anyone he follows under. After returning to Sister Ivry, Mosco shows a more gentle nature and is fiercely loyal to his mistress. He seems to be oblivious at times considering Sister's comments that would be considered insulting while he takes it as compliments. Despite this, Mosco does show emotions such as excitement, happiness and showing he has a crush on Couchpo and sadness when he cried profusely after learning about the death of Valkyrie. Mosco also has a habit of saying "Moscoy" at times.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
When Rebecca woke up aboard Rogue Out's spaceship, Mosco was one of the three knights, alongside Jinn and Ganoff, to announce themselves and take credit for kidnapping the 29 B-Cubers. Ganoff noted that Mosco kidnapped Couchpo and has a crush on her.
During Sister Ivry's interrogation of Maria Slime, Mosco was scared when the young woman apparently melted away on the floor only to reveal herself as a Space Slime that endears him of her true form's cuteness.
When Mosco and the others arrive at Drakken Joe's life support room, Jinn appears in-between them. Mosco tries to convince his former fellow Rogue Out member, but Jinn, unconvinced, strikes him with a flurry of flying wind slashes, calling him a friend of Sister's imposter.
Angered, Mosco threatened to push the button on his belly only to immediately back out instead. An unamused Weisz tells everyone to forget about Mosco's antics which comically offends him.
At the meeting room of Edens Zero, Mosco finds Mother's Ether contained within Shiki's Aquatic Adaptation Lacrima fascinating upon looking at it. When the crew discussed a new title for Shiki to differentiate away from Demon King Ziggy, Mosco looks serious with his eyes closed for some reason with his arms folded while his wig flew off from his head by Satan Gravity.
Later on at the Edens Kitchen, Mosco serves Laguna Husert, Kleene, and Jinn another fresh batch of food on their table. Laguna asks about him which Kleene reveals that Mosco is her brother's best buddy much to Jinn's chagrin.
Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]
Sumo Slap (つっぱり Tsuppari): Mosco is a skilled sumo wrestler.
- Flight: He is able to achieve flight by rapidly thrusting his arms in whatever direction he wishes to move. People who observe this ability question the physics behind it.
"Don't Push" Button: Mosco has a button where his belly button should be that says above it "Don't Push". While the effects of pressing the button are unknown, it is highly stressed by Sister that Mosco or anyone else doesn't push the button.
Manga Appearances[edit | edit source]
|15. Warship of the Demon King||Absent|
|17. The Collection||Absent|
|18. Wind Howls on the Highway||Debut|
|19. Geniuses at Coming Up with Fun Ideas||Appears|
|20. Planet Guilst||Absent|
|21. Soul Blade||Absent|
|22. The Great Naked Escape||Appears|
|23. Million Bullets||Appears|
|24. Sister Ivry||Appears|
|25. Take Aim||Absent|
|26. Two Sisters||Absent|
|27. The Great Guilst Escape||Absent|
|28. New Friends||Appears|
|69. Rebecca's Nightmare||Appears|
|70. Belial Gore||Absent|
|71. The Steel Sorceress||Absent|
|72. The Element 4||Absent|
|73. Don't Shed a Tear||Absent|
|74. Weisz vs. Laguna||Absent|
|75. A Wind Blows Through the Sakura Cosmos||Absent|
|76. Rebecca vs. Sylph||Appears|
|77. The Winds that Bind||Absent|
|79. That Which Obstructs and That Which Steals||Absent|
|80. 60-Day Commemorative Coin||Absent|
|83. The Shot Heard Round the Underworld||Absent|
|84. A World Without Shiki||Absent|
|85. Our Future||Appears|
|87. 4 on 4||Appears|
|88. Eye of God||Appears|
|89. Hermit vs. Fie||Appears|
|90. Sister vs. Daichi||Appears|
|91. Homura vs. Sylph||Appears|
|92. The Sword of Edens||Appears|
|93. The Execution Site||Appears|
|94. Shiki vs. Drakken||Appears|
|95. Kris Rutherford||Appears|
|96. A Young Man's Memories||Appears|
|97. The Time Is Now||Appears|
|98. Advent of the Demon King||Appears|
|99. The Pendant||Appears|
|100. Edens One||Appears|
|102. Time to Say Goodbye||Appears|
|103. Clash of the Cosmos||Absent|
|104. The Woman They Called Pirate||Appears|
|106. Prayer Council||Appears|
|107. A Planet Where Stars Fall Like Rain||Appears|
|108. Nadia, Love of My Life||Absent|
|109. Red Cave||Appears|
|110. A Robot in Love||Absent|
|111. The Sky of Days Long Past||Absent|
|112. When You Live Life on a Ship||Appears|
|113. In the Doghouse||Appears|
|115. The Battle of Foresta||Appears|
|116. The Sky Sweeper||Absent|
|117. Shiki vs. Orc||Absent|
|118. Star Drain||Voice|
|119. Homura vs. Mora||Appears|
|120. Rebecca vs. Britney||Absent|
|121. Darling Little Piece of Junk||Appears|
|122. Titanic Victory||Appears|
|123. The Light of Justice||Absent|
|124. Kiss & Die||Absent|
|125. Heart of Gravity||Appears|
|126. This Doctor, Armed and Dangerous||Absent|
|127. The Doomsday System||Absent|
|128. What's Important||Absent|
|129. So We Can Smile Brighter||Appears|
|130. Oceans 6||Screen|
|132. Chrono Witch||Absent|
|133. Following Ziggy's Path||Appears|
|134. Judgment Day||Appears|
|135. Desert Oasis||Flashback|
|137. Empire Dice||Absent|
|138. Prelude to the Aoi War||Appears|
|139. White Flash||Absent|
Appearances in Other Media[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- According to E.M. Pino's Analysis, Mosco's stats are:
- Mosco's catchphrase comes from "dosukoi", a chant used in sumo wrestling.
- Mosco was not planned to join the crew of Edens Zero, which happened after Mashima took a liking to him while drawing the character.
References[edit | edit source]
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|Demon King||Shiki Granbell • Ziggy ‡|
|Four Shining Stars||Hermit Mio • Homura Kōgetsu • Sister Ivry • Valkyrie Yuna ‡ • Witch Regret|
|Crew||E.M. Pino • Happy • Mosco Versa-0 • Rebecca Bluegarden • Weisz Steiner • Kleene Rutherford • Kris Rutherford|
|Guests||Connor ‡ • Laguna Husert|
|Members||Ganoff * • Kris Rutherford ‡ • Mosco Versa-0 ‡|
|Bases||Rogue Out HQ|