|Appears||Week 1 (Debug)|
|Voice||Patrick M Seymour|
He has medium-length, gray sideswept hair with yellow orange streaks in it, and bright orange eyes.
When in the Science Club, he will wear a white lab coat, and a scientific visor.
Among the personas currently implemented in the game, he is a Teacher's Pet. He will give Ayano a suspicious look if she aims her phone at him. If he sees a corpse or witnesses a murder, he will report to his teacher, unless another Teacher's Pet already has. He cannot participate in physical fights against murderers.
According to his student profile, he is brilliant and has made international news due to his contributions to the field of holographic technology.
At 7:00 AM, Horo enters the school grounds. He walks to his locker at 7:05 AM and changes from his outdoor shoes to his indoor shoes. At 7:15 AM, he walks to the Science Club on the third floor, and changed the holograms in the room, with his tablet.
At 8:00 AM, he walks to Classroom 3-1 and sits at his desk. He starts his morning classes at 8:30 AM, and leaves to go to the outside of the Science Club to eat his lunch at 1:00 PM.
He walks back to class again at 1:30 PM and participates in cleaning time between 3:30 PM and 4:00 PM. Afterwards, he heads to the Science Club and stays there until the end of the day.
The topics towards Horo are Negative/Positive/Neutral as follows:
- Martial Arts
- Video games
- Everything else.
- He was implemented as a silhouette in the May 10th, 2018 Build.
- He was fully implemented in the July 1st, 2018 Build.
- His name is a play on words for 'hologram', which transcribed is: horoguramu (ホログラム)
- After the removal of the Rainbow students, the conversation between Sota Yuki and Haruto Yuto was moved to Horo and Yaku Zaishi. Horo now has all of Haruto’s lines and voice clips
- He and Iruka Dorufino are the students who have a unique face.
Okay...explain it to me one more time? I dunno, dude. It doesn't sound like my type of show. Hahaha...okay, I might give it a look. What's it called, again? You don't need to strike a pose when you tell me, dude.
— Monday Conversation.
I watched the first episode, and...I don't...see what's so great about it. That's lame, dude! I don't want to watch something that sucks for the first half! Dude, did you just spoil something that was supposed to be a surprise? Everything is called a "deconstruction" these days. What does that even mean? I'm pretty sure this isn't the first time there's been a show like that.
— Tuesday Conversation.
Yeah, I watched a few more episodes. Still really cliche. Still a whole bunch of boring old tropes. I feel like you're spoiling it for me when you say stuff like that. I think it's a bad idea to intentionally make the entire first season of your anime really cliche and boring just so that you can surprise people with a "payoff" that comes halfway through. Whatever you say, man. I'll keep watching, but it's just because I'm invested at this point. Dude...it's just a show...
— Wednesday Conversation.
Yeah. Watched it last night. I saw that twist coming from a mile away. It was obvious, dude. That doesn't even count as a "twist". Not...really. They were dropping hints and clues everywhere. I'm beginning to think that we have completely different taste in anime.
— Thursday Conversation.
Finished season 1. I have to admit, it was pretty good. The episode where they all went to the hot springs. That one was great. I like the bikini model. She's my favorite character. Does the bikini model get more screen time in season 2? Dude, calm down. I said it's good.
— Friday Conversation.
|“|| ...okay, you lost me. Start over from the beginning, and explain it again...slowly, this time.|
Yeah, it's a classic bedtime story. Been around for hundreds of years. Everybody heard that one as a kid.
Yeah, I've heard of it.
If it's such an old game, why is it so popular right now?
Well, that explains that...but, what's this conspiracy theory you keep going on about?
Wait. You don't...actually believe that, do you? From what you told me, it just sounds like the writer accidentally admitted to plagiarism, and Saikou Corp is just trying to wipe it away.
Stop! Think! Magic does not exist. Witches do not exist. Fairy tales are not real. Saikou Corp is just trying to avoid paying royalties to the original author of the story. Case closed.
— Horo during his conversation on Monday.