Joseimuke Visual Novel ‘Haunted Obachestra’ Character Profile Details Soft-Looking Incubus Merry Christhrnova

Moonchime Studios has shared a new character profile for Haunted Obachestra. Their Twitter account shared some info on the incubus Merry Christhrnova. The joseimuke visual novel developed by Poni-Pachet will have a Kickstarter launched in July, 2022, though more details about this crowdfunding campaign will be shared later.

Written by Yumas (Ozmafia!!, Steam Prison), Haunted Obachestra tells the story of a young man or woman called Yukiha Nasu. They end up moving into a western-style house because rent is cheap but not only will they share a house with multiple people, these individuals happen to be non-humans who love playing old-fashioned instruments and practice in the basement.

We already know the vampire Exnaz von Enterstein from the previous character profile,  and now we have some details on Merry Christhrnova, whose voice actor is Takatsuka Tomohito (Steam Prison’s Ulrik). He’s an incubus and, while this sort of demon is known for their tendency to sexual circumstances, he’s surprisingly soft-looking.

Merry hails from Switzerland back in the 15th century. He used to work as a mercenary during the war and ended up traveling around the world for that reason. He ended up in a military company after war but left it because he doesn’t care about modern weapons. His reasons to go to Japan are weird at best, being related to him seeing an anime about tank-riding children.

He also has a natural instinct that makes him want to make people sleep at all costs, even if he has to resort to shady methods. There’s no ill intent behind it, however, as he just considers quality sleep an absolute must for everyone.

haunted obachestra merry christhrnova profile

We’ll let you know as Moonchime and Poni-Pachet share more information on the upcoming Haunted Obachestra English release.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.