|“||You can be friends with anyone! It doesn't matter if you're human or machine!!!!||”|
—Rebecca Bluegarden, Chapter 1
Rebecca Bluegarden (レベッカ・ブルーガーデン Rebekka Burūgāden) is an adventurer and a B-Cuber from the planet Blue Garden. She is a member of the Guild Shooting Starlight and a part of the crew of the warship Edens Zero. Her goal is to gain one million subscribers for her Aoneko Channel.
In her first experience aboard the Belial Gore she was referred to as No. 29 (２９号 Nijūkyū-gō), indicating that she has rewound time multiple times, as the next time she is referred to as No. 30 (３０号 Sanjū-gō).
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Synopsis
- 4 Powers and Abilities
- 5 Equipment
- 6 Battles & Events
- 7 Manga Appearances
- 8 Appearances in Other Media
- 9 Trivia
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Rebecca is a young well-endowed girl with large blue eyes, fair skin, and wavy ash-blonde hair that reaches to her waist, fashioned with a red clip on the left side of her head. A pair of triangle-shaped earrings hang from her ears along with a necklace displaying an image of a heart circling her neck. Her arms are covered by a pair of black and gold sleeves that only leave her shoulder and hands visible; an intricate figure completes the article at the top. She wears a blue-collared, white jacket that bares her large bosom and is styled with a heart-shaped zipper hanging in between her chest; hugged by a simple white, sleeveless shirt underneath. She completes her outfit with a short, black and gold skirt with a slit on the side and long, black and gold boots.
Rebecca later changes into a new outfit which consists of a shoulder-less, gold-trimmed black dress identical to Shiki's second outfit. It has a dark choker, a heart-shaped zipper on the center of her bossom with golden lines on the sides of the chest, a pair of round buttons on the sides, and black boots. She also has a pair of hairclips resembling small horns. However her clothes were dissolved while imprisoned in the Illega Tower on planet Guilst.
While in Digitalis, Rebecca's avatar gives her cat-like ears on the top of her head and a tail that matches her hair. Her attire is a sleeveless navy tank top with a paw print on it that exposes her belly button, a collar with a buckle, a reddish pink miniskirt, a pair of blue leggings, and shoes. Spider uses his cheats to change her into a light-colored two-piece swimsuit. After the events on Digitalis, she returns to her original attire.
Before heading to planet Mildian, Rebecca dresses into a sleeveless, light-trimmed, and dark-colored maid's outfit with a short, white apron and a cat-ear headband.
While on planet Sun Jewel, Rebecca changes into a fancy, red sleeveless dress that slightly revealed much of her large bosom with a pair of long, white sleeves that reach to her forearms, and wore a rose-shaped clip matching her dress on the right side of her head. She later changes into a black-and-white spaghetti strap top with a white mini skirt and a pair of knee-length boots or black leggings. During the rebellion on Sun Jewel, she later changes into a sleeveless and backless, skin-tight jumpsuit with a pair fingerless gloves.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Rebecca is a friendly and bubbly individual. Despite having her initial misgivings about Shiki, she decides to take him with her when she was fleeing Granbell, telling him that they were friends despite having known each other for only a short time. However, Rebecca has shown a bit of an impulsive side as she cut Shiki's long hair without his permission as its unruly nature was bothering her. She is also ambitious as she has a desire to reach 1 million subscribers for her Aoneko Channel. Rebecca thinks of herself as a famous B-Cuber, to the point where she wears glasses to disguise herself in public. She is also willing to use her own sex appeal in order to get views, even considering using footage of her struggling in restraints to get people's attention.
When she is in battle after wielding the Happy Blasters or any firearm, Rebecca's personality changes, developing a very crass attitude and yelling at her enemies to "die", and grinning with a very vicious smile.
Above all, though, Rebecca is a very kind and selfless person. She is willing to cry for Shiki over the Granbell robots' apparent betrayal, not caring about Happy being turned into a cyborg, and standing up to Rogue Out when they threatened to hurt the captured B-Cubers.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
When she was very young, Rebecca was abandoned by her family. One day, however, she met Happy, the two becoming best friends, the blue cat's similar history of abandonment leading the duo to promise that they'd always be there for each other. However, one day, Happy got run over by a drunk driver in an accident, and the only way to save him was to turn him into a "machine cat" Despite this, Rebecca kept her promise as it didn't matter what Happy looked like so long he is alive.
At some point, Rebecca and Labilia used to be friends before they had a falling out.
Rebecca and Happy travel to the Granbell Kingdom in their spaceship, the Aqua Wing, in search of good footage for Rebecca's B-Cube Channel. While there, they take part in many of the park's amenities, including a monster hunt. While on that monster hunt, they are confronted by a large, robotic cat which is quickly destroyed by a strange man with long hair. Rebecca is shocked by the man's appearance and hits him when he begins to grope her and asks her if she is human. He then informs her that he is the only human present and asks her to be his friend - an offer she refuses and she along with Happy head back to the town. Although, the strange man follows her.
When she makes it back into the town, she informs the robots there of the man's presence and she is informed that the man in question is really Shiki Granbell - the sole human of Granbell Kingdom. After the two are formally introduced, Rebecca, along with Shiki, Happy, and the robots of the kingdom throw a celebration. When Shiki falls asleep, Rebecca is told about Shiki's background and after cutting his hair, she retires to bed herself. While she is sleeping, she and Happy are abducted by Castellan and the rest of the robots of Granbell who are seemingly trying to steal her ship. However, they are rescued by Shiki who tries to sacrifice himself for their sake, but Rebecca tells him that they are friends and the three flee Granbell together.
After escaping Granbell with Shiki, Rebecca and Happy introduce him to their B-Cube channel, the Aoneko Channel, and explain what B-Cube is. Rebecca also tells Shiki she plans to register him as an adventurer in her guild, Shooting Starlight, before asking him to serve as her bodyguard for a while, who accepts.
After arriving on Blue Garden and calming Shiki down, Happy is suddenly kidnapped by a group of thieves. As Shiki follows the kidnappers, Rebecca remembers how she and Happy first met before following them. After catching up, she demands that the thieves give Happy back, vowing to never forgive them if they hurt him. As Shiki battles the thieves, Rebecca and Happy reunite, revealing Happy's true, cybernetic form as he turns into a pair of ether guns before shooting all the enemies and taking them down with Shiki's help. Afterwards, the two explain how Happy is a cyborg and how there are a lot of robots like him out there as they finally arrive at Shooting Starlight.
In the Guild, Rebecca meets up with the guild's receptionist, Clarisse Layer, who started cried after hearing what happened to them on Planet Granbell. Rebecca then introduces her to Shiki and asks her to register him as a member despite lack of identification papers. After pulling him away from touching another person's face, Rebecca noticed Shiki was staring at the hologram of Mother.
Rebecca is abducted and taken to Guilst where she learns all the females in the room are B-Cubers and meets Rogue Out who revealed themselves responsible of their kidnapping. When Ganoff threatens to harm Copa, Rebecca stood up in the girl's defense. She was then tortured by Ganoff with Digital Bind to be made as an example, although she end up shocking Ganoff and the B-Cubers of her feeling pleasure than pain instead. Then Jinn took the remote away to stop the torture on Rebecca, reminding his Rogue Out colleague to not damage the goods on their way to Guilst.
Her clothes on her body melt off by bubble like material. The girls work together to figure out it melts class and create a human pyramid to get to a viewing window where Rebecca escapes.
She finds a food pantry only to be caught by the leader of the Guilst who has a hobby of turning cute girls into furniture. Luckily, Shiki found Rebecca and kicked Illega on time, saving her from danger.
When her Cat Leaper has awakened and flung her back to the past, Rebecca finds herself back on the Edens Zero where Sister Ivry was watching over her unconscious body at the infirmary. She was tearfully relieved to see her friends alive especially Shiki and warned them about their defeat by Drakken Joe and his faction.
After Witch Regret defeated Maria, Seth and Diego easily again, this time Rebecca informed the crew about their attempts to take advantage of their defeat and capture the ship from within, and thwarted them.
After escaping the giant fish in the Poseidon Nero Sector, she marvels with the others at the sight of the Aoi Cosmos outside their windows. She reflects privately about how they encountered Connor in World No. 29 amid a school of fish. After Jinn ignores Shiki's question, confusing him as he thought he made friends with him, she kindly corrects him that he did not. They soon arrive at the Fire Planet Red Cave, but are confused by the sight of an ocean.
Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]
Cat Leaper (キャットリーパー Kyatto Rīpā): Described as the "power of possibility" by Xiaomei, and the forbidden power to change the laws of the cosmos by Drakken Joe, Leaper is a form of Ether Gear that concentrates Rebecca's Ether flow into her legs. When Rebecca first channeled her Ether she accidentally released it as a powerful beam of energy from her fist. Leaper drastically improves Rebecca's jumping ability, giving her great speed and agility. When using Leaper's power through a starfighter, Rebecca can enhance the ship's speed. However, after awakening its true power as Cat Leaper, it allows Rebecca to perform a "time leap", which rewinds time and allows her to change the outcome of past events. While she has unconsciously used it several times in the past, she only recently became aware of it's true power after being captured and confined by Drakken Joe. Until then, when she used it in the past, she had no recollection of the previous timelines.
- Reverse (リバース Ribāsu): Rebecca turns back time by a few minutes, retaining the memories of the events that had just transpired. Using this knowledge she is able to change the course of events to her favor. When going back once, a point is created that prevents her from going farther than it, acting like an anchor. Doing this consumes a lot of her energy, damaging her body and creating temporary cracks, making it dangerous to overuse in quick succession.
- Bellholy Slash (ベルホーリースラッシュ Beruhōrī Surasshu): Rebecca uses her Ether-charged leg to kick her opponent, sending them flying backwards.
- Aoneko Kick (アオネコキック Aoneko Kikku): Rebecca gains cat-like ears made of Ether on top of her head and then kicks the opponent with enough physical force to send them flying.
Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Rebecca has displayed basic skills in hand-to-hand combat, especially kicking prowess used in conjunction with her ether gear.
Enhanced Speed: Rebecca has shown to have great speed and agility, evading incoming attacks from enemies. Her speed is further increased with the use of Leaper, as shown in her fight against Nino, where he was surprised firsthand at her speed.
Skilled Marksmanship: Rebecca is very skillful in marksmanship, displaying the ability to wield up to two Ether blasters at once. She is capable of making accurate headshots on two or more targets in rapid succession, something that is considered to be extremely difficult.
Piloting Skills: Rebecca has displayed the ability to pilot the Aqua Wing, her ship, flying the ship through the cosmos with ease. Rebecca piloting skills were further shown when flying the Taurus FT-003, evading and destroying all of Sylph swarm of drones with ease.
Equipment[edit | edit source]
Aquatic Adaptation Lacrima (水中適合の星水晶 Suichū Tekigō no Rakurima): During her stay on Red Cave, Rebecca wore one of these devices which allowed her to breathe and communicate underwater without any issues.
Battles & Events[edit | edit source]
Manga Appearances[edit | edit source]
|1. Into the Sky Where Cherry Blossoms Flutter||Debut|
|2. A Girl and Her Blue Cat||Appears|
|5. A Man Named Weisz||Appears|
|7. Iron Tears||Appears|
|8. Clash!! The Sibir Family||Appears|
|9. vs. The Foote Brothers||Appears|
|10. We're Friends, Aren't We?||Appears|
|11. Machina Maker||Appears|
|12. The Skull Fairy||Appears|
|13. Shiki vs. Elsie||Absent|
|14. Born Again||Appears|
|15. Warship of the Demon King||Appears|
|17. The Collection||Appears|
|18. Wind Howls on the Highway||Appears|
|19. Geniuses at Coming Up with Fun Ideas||Appears|
|20. Planet Guilst||Appears|
|21. Soul Blade||Mentioned|
|22. The Great Naked Escape||Appears|
|23. Million Bullets||Appears|
|24. Sister Ivry||Appears|
|25. Take Aim||Appears|
|26. Two Sisters||Appears|
|27. The Great Guilst Escape||Appears|
|28. New Friends||Appears|
|29. Iron Hill||Appears|
|30. The Super Virtual Planet||Appears|
|31. The People of Digitalis||Appears|
|32. Mass Murderer Jamilov||Appears|
|33. The Girl on the Hill||Appears|
|34. Survive the Night||Appears|
|35. The Girl and the Monster||Appears|
|36. The G.I.A.||Appears|
|37. Great Kaiju Shiki||Appears|
|38. 22 Hits||Appears|
|39. Spider the Genius Hacker||Appears|
|40. Operation C7||Appears|
|42. Pino's Dream||Appears|
|43. Smells Like Money||Appears|
|44. The Temple of Knowledge||Appears|
|45. The Battle Coliseum||Appears|
|46. Footsteps of the Warrior Maiden||Appears|
|47. Words Will Give You Strength||Appears|
|48. From the Planet of Eternity||Appears|
|49. Captain Connor||Appears|
|50. Madame Kurenai||Appears|
|52. Kurenai's Gauntlet||Appears|
|53. Wibble Wobble Ruby Bobble||Appears|
|54. The Truth Is in the Cube||Appears|
|55. Black Rock||Appears|
|57. My Mother, the Machine||Flashback|
|58. A Silent Reunion||Appears|
|59. I Know You Can Keep Pressing On||Appears|
|60. Until the Day it Turns to Strength||Appears|
|61. Enter Arsenal||Appears|
|62. The Legend of Me||Appears|
|63. Taking Up the Torch||Appears|
|65. The Swordswoman Incapacitated||Appears|
|66. Gravity's Gonna Crush You||Appears|
|67. Someone to Love||Appears|
|69. Rebecca's Nightmare||Appears|
|70. Belial Gore||Appears|
|71. The Steel Sorceress||Appears|
|72. The Element 4||Appears|
|73. Don't Shed a Tear||Absent|
|74. Weisz vs. Laguna||Absent|
|75. A Wind Blows Through the Sakura Cosmos||Appears|
|76. Rebecca vs. Sylph||Appears|
|77. The Winds that Bind||Appears|
|79. That Which Obstructs and That Which Steals||Appears|
|80. 60-Day Commemorative Coin||Appears|
|83. The Shot Heard Round the Underworld||Appears|
|84. A World Without Shiki||Appears|
|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||Appears|
|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||Appears|
|109. Red Cave||Appears|
|110. A Robot in Love||Appears|
|111. The Sky of Days Long Past||Appears|
|112. When You Live Life on a Ship||Appears|
|113. In the Doghouse||Appears|
|115. The Battle of Foresta||Appears|
|116. The Sky Sweeper||Appears|
|117. Shiki vs. Orc||Appears|
|118. Star Drain||Appears|
|119. Homura vs. Mora||Absent|
|120. Rebecca vs. Britney||Appears|
|121. Darling Little Piece of Junk||Appears|
|122. Titanic Victory||Absent|
|123. The Light of Justice||Absent|
|124. Kiss & Die||Absent|
|125. Heart of Gravity||Appears|
|126. This Doctor, Armed and Dangerous||Appears|
|127. The Doomsday System||Appears|
|128. What's Important||Appears|
|129. So We Can Smile Brighter||Appears|
|130. Oceans 6||Appears|
|132. Chrono Witch||Appears|
|133. Following Ziggy's Path||Appears|
|134. Judgment Day||Appears|
|135. Desert Oasis||Appears|
|137. Empire Dice||Appears|
|138. Prelude to the Aoi War||Appears|
|139. White Flash||Appears|
Appearances in Other Media[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- According to E.M. Pino's Analysis, Rebecca's stats are:
- Rebecca's name comes from the band Rebecca, which Hiro Mashima chose because Shiki's obsession with friends reminded him of one of the band's songs, "Friends".
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|
|Guild Master||Noah Glenfield|
|E-class||Happy • Rebecca Bluegarden • Shiki Granbell|
|Others||Clarisse Layer • Labilia Christy • Sister Ivry ‡|
|Channels||Aoneko Channel • Bom Bo-Bom TV • Labilia Channel • Mogumogu Channel • Stem Girls Channel • Tokkō Channel|
|Aoneko Channel||Happy • Rebecca Bluegarden|
|Labilia Channel||Labilia Christy|
|Stem Girls Channel||Miyako|
|Bom Bo-Bom TV||Flanker Yocchi|
|Other Channels||Copa • Nacchan • Nino • Ricchan|