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Native name
Born
Mitsuo Yamaguchi

May 23, 1965 (age 54)
Other names牛久 京也 (Ushihisa Kyōya)
Occupation
  • Actor
Years active1985–present
  • Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (male)
  • Inuyasha as Inuyasha
  • Death Note as L
  • One Piece as Usopp
  • Detective Conan as Shinichi Kudo

Mitsuo Yamaguchi (山口 光雄Yamaguchi Mitsuo, born May 23, 1965), better known by the stage name of Kappei Yamaguchi (山口 勝平Yamaguchi Kappei), is a Japanese actor and voice actor from Fukuoka, affiliated with Gokū[1] and 21st Century Fox.[2] He is best known for voicing lead characters in long-running popular anime shows. He voiced the male Ranma Saotome in Ranma ½, Inuyasha in Inuyasha, L in Death Note, Usopp in One Piece and Shinichi Kudo in Detective Conan. Other roles he has done include Jackson Neil in Miracle Girls, Tombo in Kiki's Delivery Service, Yattarō in Kyatto Ninden Teyandee, Ryuichi Sakuma in Gravitation, Hideyoshi Soya in The Law of Ueki, Yamada Hifumi in Danganronpa and Monta in Eyeshield 21. In overseas dubs, he is the Japanese voice for Kyle Broflovski, Bugs Bunny and Crash Bandicoot.

Yamaguchi has appeared in eroge as Kyōya Ushihisa (牛久 京也Ushihisa Kyōya).[3] He made his first public appearance in North America at Otakon 2008;[4] and was also a guest at Sakura-Con 2009.[5][6] Yamaguchi's third appearance to date has been at Animazement in 2010. He also made a fourth appearance in Hawaii at Kawaii Kon in 2011.

He is married and has two sons.[7]

  • 1Filmography
    • 1.7Dubbing roles
  • 2Discography

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Filmography[edit]

Yamaguchi in 2014

Television animation[edit]

  • Ranma ½ (1989–92), Ranma Saotome – Debut[8]
  • Kyatto Ninden Teyandee (1990), Yattaro[8]
  • Super Zugan (1992), Hideyuki Toyotomi[8]
  • YuYu Hakusho (1992), Jin[citation needed]
  • Miracle Girls (1993), Yūda Noda[9]
  • Jungle King Tar-chan (1993), Etekichi[8]
  • Nintama Rantarō (1993), Hanabusa Makinosuke[8]
  • Mobile Fighter G Gundam (1994), Sai Saici[10]
  • Red Baron (1994), Ken Kurenai[citation needed]
  • Ginga Sengoku Gun'yuuden Rai (1994), Taisuke[8]
  • Captain Tsubasa J (1994), Adult Ryo Ishizaki[citation needed]
  • Wedding Peach (1995), Takurou Amano[8]
  • Demon Child Zenki (1995), Zenki (little)[8]
  • Imagination Science World Gulliver Boy (1995), Gulliver Toscanni[8]
  • Gokinjo Monogatari (1995–96), Tsutomu Yamaguchi[11]
  • Baby and Me (1996), Takuya Enoki[citation needed]
  • Brave Command Dagwon (1996), Rai Utsumi[citation needed]
  • Detective Conan (1996), Shinichi Kudo[8]
  • GeGeGe no Kitarō (1996), Noppera-bō[citation needed]
  • The Vision of Escaflowne (1996), Shesta
  • Pocket Monsters (1997), Tōru[citation needed]
  • Fancy Lala (1998), Tarō Yoshida[12]
  • Cowboy Bebop (1998), Rhint – Episode 10[8]
  • Cyber Team in Akihabara (1998), The White Prince (Crane Bahnsteik)[8]
  • Takoyaki Mantoman (1998), Blue[citation needed]
  • Betterman (1999), Keita Aono[8]
  • Eden's Bowy (1999), Yorn[8]
  • One Piece (1999), Usopp[8]
  • Kamikaze Kaitō Jeanne (1999–2000), Noin Claude[8]
  • Inuyasha (2000), Inuyasha[8][13]
  • Gravitation (2000–01), Sakuma Ryūichi[8]
  • Angelic Layer: Mobile Angel (2001), Ryo Misaki[8]
  • Bakuten Shoot Beyblade (2001), Michael Parker[citation needed]
  • Sister Princess (2001), Taro Yamada – Episode 1[8]
  • Asobot Military History Goku (2002), Gokū[citation needed]
  • Atashin'chi (2002), Fujino[citation needed]
  • Rizelmine (2002), Tomonori Iwaki[8]
  • Gun Frontier (2002), Tochiro Oyama[8]
  • The Twelve Kingdoms (2002), Enki[citation needed]
  • Weiß Kreuz Glühen (2002), Sena Izumi[citation needed]
  • Mouse (2003), Sorata Muon/Mouse[8]
  • Zatch Bell! (2003), Danny[citation needed]
  • Papuwa (2003), Chappy[14]
  • Peacemaker Kurogane (2003–04), Shinpachi Nagakura[8]
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (2004), Daitokuji/Amnael[citation needed]
  • Sgt. Frog (2004), Recruit Tororo[citation needed]
  • Doki Doki School Hours (2004), Kenta Suetake[citation needed]
  • DearS (2004), Oikawa Hikorō[8]
  • Doraemon (2005), Warusa – Episode 228[citation needed]
  • Eyeshield 21 (2005), Raimon 'Monta' Tarō[citation needed]
  • The Law of Ueki (2005), Sōya Hideyoshi[citation needed]
  • Paradise Kiss (2005), Yamaguchi Tsutomu[citation needed]
  • Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star (2006), Flappy[8]
  • Kiba (2006), Hugh[citation needed]
  • Death Note (2006), L[8]
  • Baccano! (2007), Tick Jefferson[citation needed]
  • Da Capo II (2007), Wataru Itabashi[8]
  • Neo Angelique ~Abyss~ (2008), Rene[citation needed]
  • One Outs (2008), Satoshi Ideguchi[citation needed]
  • To Love-Ru (2008), Lacospo[citation needed]
  • Pandora Hearts (2009), Cheshire Cat[citation needed]
  • Magic Kaito (2010), Kaito Kuroba/Kaitō Kid – Television special[15]
  • Dororon Enma-kun Meeramera (2011), Enma-kun[8]
  • Persona 4: The Animation (2011–12), Teddie (Kuma)[8][16]
  • Hunter × Hunter (2011), Feitan[citation needed]
  • Danganronpa: The Animation (2013), Hifumi Yamada[citation needed]
  • Chō-Bakuretsu I-Jigen Menko Battle Gigant Shooter Tsukasa (2014), Mendō Tsukasa[citation needed]
  • Persona 4: The Golden Animation (2014), Kuma[8]
  • Magica Wars (2014), Esora[citation needed]
  • Magic Kaito 1412 (2014), Kaitō Kid/Kaito Kuroba[citation needed]
  • Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (2015), Corpsey[citation needed]
  • Rin-ne (2015), Sabato Rokudō[17]
  • Shōwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjū (2016), Amaken[18]
  • Kamiwaza Wanda (2016), Wanda[19]
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable (2016), Shigekiyo Yangu
  • Nobunaga no Shinobi (2016), Hideyoshi[20]
  • Radiant (series) (2018), Master Lord Majesty

Original video animation (OVA)[edit]

  • 1+2=Paradise series (1990), Yuusuke Yamamoto[8]
  • Devil Hunter Yohko (1990), Wakabayashi Osamu[21]
  • Ryokunohara Labyrinth: Sparkling Phantom (1990), Kanata Tokino[citation needed]
  • Record of Lodoss War (1990–1991), Etoh[8]
  • Urotsukidoji II: Legend of the Demon Womb (1990–91), Young Munchausen II[citation needed]
  • Mōryō Senki MADARA (1991), Madara[8]
  • Slow Step (1991), Shū Akiba[8]
  • RG Veda (1991), Ryū-ō[8]
  • Sōryūden (1991–1993), Amaru Ryudo[8]
  • The Heroic Legend of Arslan series (1991–1995), Arslan[citation needed]
  • K.O. Century Beast Warriors (1992–1993), Wan Dabadatta[8]
  • La Blue Girl (1992–2002), Nin-Nin[citation needed]
  • Giant Robo: The Day the Earth Stood Still (1992–1998), Daisaku Kusama[8]
  • Tokyo Babylon (1992–1994), Subaru Sumeragi[8]
  • Ranma ½ series (1993–1996), Ranma Saotome
  • The Cockpit, Soldier Utsunomiya
  • Fish in the Trap (1994), Matsui Takahiro[citation needed]
  • Twin Angels (1994), Onimaru[citation needed]
  • Baki the Grappler (1994), Baki Hanma[citation needed]
  • Plastic Little (1994), Nichol Hawking[22]
  • Vixens (1995), Ujita[citation needed]
  • Fire Emblem (1995), Julian[8]
  • Jungle de Ikou! (1997), Takuma[8]
  • Virgin Fleet (1998), Sada[citation needed]
  • Gravitation: Lyrics of Love (1999), Ryuichi Sakuma
  • Detective Conan series (2000-ongoing), Shinichi Kudo[8]
  • Pocket Monsters: Pikachu no Fuyuyasumi 2001 (2001), Delibird[citation needed]
  • Futari Ecchi (2002), Yamada (Rika's friend)[citation needed]
  • The Boy Who Carried a Guitar: Kikaider vs. Inazuman (2003), Inazuman[citation needed]
  • Netrun-mon (2004), BB Runner[citation needed]
  • Angel's Feather series (2006), Shou Hamura[citation needed]
  • Freedom Project (2006–08), Biz[23][24]
  • Ranma ½: Akumu! Shunminkō (2008), Ranma Saotome[25]
  • Coicent (2011), White deer[26]

Film animation[edit]

  • Kiki's Delivery Service (1989), Tombo[8]
  • Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China (1991), Ranma Saotome[27]
  • Ranma ½: Nihao My Concubine (1992), Ranma Saotome[28]
  • Ranma ½: One Flew Over the Kuno's Nest (1994), Ranma Saotome[29]
  • Gokinjo Monogatari (1996),[30] Tsutomu Yamaguchi
  • Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo (1996), Hajime Kindaichi[31] – Only this first film
  • Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper (1997), Shinichi Kudo[32]
  • Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target (1998), Shinichi Kudo[33]
  • Case Closed: The Last Wizard of the Century (1999), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[34]
  • One Piece series (2000–09, 2011–12, 2016), Usopp[35]
  • Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes (2000), Shinichi Kudo[36]
  • Doraemon: Nobita and the Winged Braves (2001), Tobio[37]
  • Case Closed: Countdown to Heaven (2001), Shinichi Kudo[38]
  • A Tree of Palme (2002),[39] Roualt[40]
  • Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street (2002), Shinichi Kudo[41]
  • Bonobono: Kumomo no Ki no Koto (2002), Araiguma-kun[42]
  • Detective Conan: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital (2003), Shinichi Kudo[43]
  • Dead Leaves (2004), Retro[44]
  • Detective Conan: Magician of the Silver Sky (2004), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[45]
  • Detective Conan: Strategy Above the Depths (2005), Shinichi Kudo[46]
  • Dōbutsu no Mori (2006), Fūta the Owl[47]
  • Detective Conan: The Private Eyes' Requiem (2006), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[48]
  • Detective Conan: Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure (2007), Shinichi Kudo[49]
  • Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear (2008), Shinichi Kudo[50]
  • Detective Conan: The Raven Chaser (2009), Shinichi Kudo[51]
  • Omae Umasou da na (2010), Heart[52]
  • Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in the Sky (2010), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[53]
  • Detective Conan: Quarter of Silence (2011), Shinichi Kudo[54]
  • Detective Conan: The Eleventh Striker (2012), Shinichi Kudo[55]
  • Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning (2012), Robin[56]
  • Asura (2012), Kotaro (小太郎Kotarō)[57]
  • Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea (2013), Shinichi Kudo[58]
  • Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie (2013), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[59]
  • Detective Conan: Dimensional Sniper (2014), Shinichi Kudo[60]
  • Anata o Zutto Aishiteru (2015), Barudo
  • The Boy and the Beast (2015), Jirōmaru – teen[61]
  • Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno (2015), Shinichi Kudo, Kaito Kid[62][63]
  • Detective Conan: The Darkest Nightmare (2016),[64]

Internet animation[edit]

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  • Ikuze! Gen-san (2008), Genzō Tamura[65]

Tokusatsu[edit]

  • Godzilla Island (1998), Dogora
  • Tetsuwan Tantei Robotack (1998), Torabolt
  • Moero!! Robocon (1999), Robopachi
  • Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (2003), Artemis
  • Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger (2004), Thousanian Gineka (ep. 34)
  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger (2010), MarloidAin-I of the Neutral (Coro) (ep. 41)
  • Unofficial Sentai Akibaranger (2013), Chief Clerk Blu-ray (ep. 2), Chief Edito HVD (ep. 3)
  • Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger vs. Go-Busters: The Great Dinosaur Battle! Farewell Our Eternal Friends (2014), ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger (2014–15), Ticket,[66] ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger Vs. Kamen Rider Gaim Spring Vacation Combining Special (2014), Ticket, ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Heisei Rider vs. Shōwa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai (2014), ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger the Movie: Galaxy Line S.O.S. (2014), Ticket, ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Ressha Sentai ToQger vs. Kyoryuger: The Movie (2015), Ticket, ToQger Equipment Voice
  • They Went and Came Back Again Ressha Sentai ToQGer: Super ToQ 7gou of Dreams (2015), Ticket, ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Shuriken Sentai Ninninger vs. ToQger the Movie: Ninja in Wonderland (2016), Ticket, ToQger Equipment Voice
  • Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger (2016), Illusion (ep. 22)

Video games[edit]

  • Crash Bandicoot (1996) - Crash Bandicoot
  • Ranma ½ Battle Renaissance (1996) - Ranma Saotome[8]
  • Hot Shots Golf (1997) - Tatsu
  • Breath of Fire III (1997) - Ryu[8]
  • Grandia (1997) - Rapp[8]
  • Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997) - Crash Bandicoot
  • Thousand Arms (1998) - Meis Triumph
  • Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (1998) - Crash Bandicoot
  • Crash Team Racing (1999) - Crash Bandicoot, Fake Crash
  • Crash Bash (2000) - Crash Bandicoot
  • Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex (2001) - Crash Bandicoot, Wa-Wa
  • Breath of Fire IV (2000) - Ryu
  • GetBackers Dakkanoku: Ubawareta Mugenshiro (2002) - Ginji Amano
  • Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter (2002) - Ryu
  • Kannagi no Tori (2002) - Ryuu Watanuki
  • 2nd Super Robot Wars Alpha (2003) - Tobia Arronax
  • Crash Nitro Kart (2003) - Crash Bandicoot, Fake Crash
  • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) - Harry Potter (Tom Attenborough)
  • Tales of Rebirth (2004) - Tytree Crowe
  • Madagascar (2005) - Mort (Dee Bradley Baker)
  • NeoGeo Battle Coliseum (2005) - Jin Chonshū, Jin Chonrei
  • Battle Stadium D.O.N (2006) - Usopp
  • Destroy All Humans! (2007) - Cryptosporidium 137 (Grant Albrecht)
  • L the Prologue to Death Note -Rasen no Trap- (2008) - L
  • GetAmped2 (2008) - Jacky Noboru
  • Persona 4 (2008) - Kuma/Teddie
  • Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! (2009) - Ikurō Fukumoto
  • Another Century's Episode: R (2010) - Tobia Arronax
  • Dangan Ronpa: Academy of Hope and High School Students of Despair (2010) - Hifumi Yamada
  • Dragon Ball Heroes (2010) - Avatar: Majin, Hero-type
  • In Search of the Lost Future (2010) - Eitarō Kenny Osafune
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. (2010) - Tobia Arronax, Sai Saici
  • Super Robot Taisen Original Generation (2011) - Tasuku Shinguji
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (2011) - Mark/Philip
  • Persona 4 Golden (2012) - Kuma/Teddie
  • Persona 4 Arena (2012) - Kuma/Teddie
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle (2013) - Shigekiyo 'Shigechi' Yangu
  • Persona 4 Arena Ultimax (2013) - Kuma/Teddie
  • Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (2014) - Kuma/Teddie
  • Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal (2014) - Q-N-C
  • Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric (2014) - Q-N-C
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven (2015) - Shigechi
  • Breath of Fire 6: Hakuryū no Shugosha-tachi (2016) - Ryu
  • Angel's Feather series, Shō Hamura
  • Crash Bandicoot series, Crash Bandicoot, Fake Crash, Wa-Wa the Water Elemental (Brendan O'Brien, Billy Pope, Steve Blum, Michael Connor, Dwight Schultz, R. Lee Ermey)
  • Harry Potter series, Harry Potter (as of Prisoner of Azkaban)
  • Imagination Science World Gulliver Boy, Gulliver Toscanni
  • InuYasha series, InuYasha
  • Legend of the Hungry Wolf series, Jin Chonshū and Chonrei – from Fatal Fury 3: Road to the Final Victory to Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers
  • The Legend of Xanadu series, Arios
  • Neo Angelique series, René
  • One Piece series, Usopp
  • Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Time Exploration Team and Darkness Exploration Team, Hikozaru
  • Ranma ½, Ranma Saotome – PC Engine[8]
  • Record of Lodoss War series, Eto
  • SD Gundam G Generation Spirits, WARS, WORLD, Tobia Arronax, Sai Saici
  • Tengai Makyō series, Danjūrō Kabuki

Dubbing roles[edit]

Live-action[edit]

  • Agent Cody Banks, Cody Banks (Frankie Muniz)
  • Boy Meets World, Cory Matthews (seasons 3–7)
  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Mike Teavee – Television film
  • Dragonball Evolution (2009), Son Gokū (Justin Chatwin)[67]
  • Dr. Dolittle 2, Archie the Bear
  • Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, Garfield (Bill Murray)
  • Growing Pains, Benjamin 'Ben' Hubert Horatio Humphrey Seaver – Seasons 5–7
  • Looney Tunes: Back In Action, Bugs Bunny (Joe Alaskey)
  • Space Jam, Bugs Bunny (Billy West)
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Nog

Animation[edit]

  • A Goofy Movie, Max Goof (Jason Marsden)
  • An Extremely Goofy Movie, Max Goof (Jason Marsden)
  • Beast Wars: Transformers, Rattrap (Scott McNeil)
  • Disney's House of Mouse, Max Goof (Jason Marsden)
  • Justice League, Booster Gold (Tom Everett Scott)
  • Looney Tunes, Bugs Bunny (Mel Blanc)
  • Baby Looney Tunes, Baby Bugs Bunny (Samuel Vincent)
  • The Looney Tunes Show, Bugs Bunny (Jeff Bergman)
  • Tweety's High-Flying Adventure, Bugs Bunny (Joe Alaskey)
  • Madagascar, Mort (Andy Richter)
  • Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Mort (Andy Richter)
  • Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Mort (Andy Richter)
  • My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, Snips (Lee Tockar)
  • My Little Pony: Equestria Girls – Rainbow Rocks, Snips (Lee Tockar)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Snips (Lee Tockar)
  • Penguins of Madagascar, Mort (Andy Richter)
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie, Sedgewick (Phil Vischer)
  • Rio, Blu (Jesse Eisenberg)
  • Rio 2, Blu (Jesse Eisenberg)
  • Shirt Tales, Leknid from 'Shirt Napped', Sparky from 'Kip's Dragon'
  • Sealab 2021 – Stormy (Ellis Henican)
  • South Park, Kyle Broflovski (Matt Stone), Jimmy Valmer (Trey Parker), Craig Tucker (Matt Stone), Clyde Donovan (Trey Parker), Sixth Grade Leader, Dougie
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012 TV series), Michelangelo (Greg Cipes)
  • Transformers Animated, Jetfire, Rattle Trap, (Tom Kenny)
  • VeggieTales, Larry the Cucumber (Mike Nawrocki)

Commercials[edit]

  • M&M's (Japanese) – Red M&M (Billy West)
  • Burger King (Japanese) - Narrator

Discography[edit]

Audio dramas[edit]

  • 20 Mensou Ni Onegai! (1990) – Victor VICL-3001[68]
  • Aa Megami-sama Music and Short Story (1991), Keiichi Morisato[8]
  • Rockman Kiki Ippatsu Drama (1995), Robo 1[8]
  • Princess Quest (1996), Gateau[8]

Singles[edit]

  • Rollin' (1990), Futureland/Youmex – TYDY-5147[68]
  • Kon'ya ha April Fool (1991), Pony Canyon – Ranma ½ character single as Ranma Saotome (male)[69]
  • Otousan (1991), Pony Canyon – Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (male), sings 'China kara no Tegami' with Megumi Hayashibara[70]
  • Characters Christmas (1991), Pony Canyon – Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (male)[71]
  • Ranma to Akane no Ballad (1993), Pony Canyon – Ranma ½ as Ranma Saotome (male)[72]
  • Unbalance City (1996), Nippon Columbia – COCC-13586[68]

Albums[edit]

  • Everybody's Christmas (1990) – TYCY-5148[73]
  • Twinbeee Paradise Nesshou! Vocal Battle Hen (1994) – Twinbeee Paradise[74]
  • Fancy Lala Final Best Selection (1998) – Fancy Lala album[75]
  • Shouwa Hit Studio (2011), Enma-kun – Dororon Enma-kun Meeramera[76]
  • Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star 2nd ED (2006)[77]

Radio shows[edit]

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  • Pure Pure Island (aired for a month in 1998 as a tie-in with the anime series Fancy Lala and was co-hosted with J-pop singer Reiko Ōmori who was also the voice actress who voiced Miho Shinohara)
  • Hiroi Ouji's Maruten Cha Cha Cha! (ongoing, co-hosted with voice actress Chisa Yokoyama and Sakura Taisen creator Ohji Hiroi)

Awards[edit]

YearAwardCategoryResult
201913th Seiyu AwardsKei Tomiyama Memorial AwardWon

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External links[edit]

  • Official website(in Japanese)
  • Official agency profile at Gekidan21 Seiki Fox (in Japanese)
  • Kappei Yamaguchi at GamePlaza-Haruka Voice Acting Database (in Japanese)
  • Kappei Yamaguchi convention appearances on AnimeCons.com
  • Kappei Yamaguchi at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Kappei Yamaguchi on IMDb
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kappei_Yamaguchi&oldid=899806919'

####Kagome Higurashi from Inuyasha: Sengoku Otogi Kassen#####Version ?.?? for M.U.G.E.N 1.1######Ported by VinnyJ

#####Feedback and Comments?Tweet or DM me on Twitter:subvertedheart##Comments from 2015:

It has been a long time.

I plan to update her to M.U.G.E.N. 1.1 standards, fix any dumb mistakes and clean up code.

  • Initial commit = 2007 Version

##Known Issues from 2007:

Mugen Games Free

  1. A last minute change in the main palette, negatively affected the other palettes.The addition colors for the backpack, caused earlier color separation work to fail.(Eye color is linked to her shirt and shoe to skin tone.)

  2. Inuyasha-Specific : The 'Sit Boy!' throw can miss, this is intentional behavior. No voice sample is played to reflect this.

##Notes:

Make sure you have the in_cube.dll adx winamp plugin in order to hear Kagome's Intro Storyboard.If there is demand, an alternate audio format will be used.

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##WIP Updates / TO DO Checklist

  • All Required Sprites
  • All Basic Movement
  • All Basic Attacks
  • Intro,Lose,Win Animations
  • All Special Moves
  • Backpack throw (It still looks odd to me >:P)
  • Super Arrow (Level 1 Super)
  • English Voice
  • Japanese Voice
  • Hit/Guard and other basic sounds
  • 'Sit Boy!' Throw vs Inuyasha
  • Air Throw
  • Intro Storyboard from PSOne fighter
  • Removed an infinite in one of her Yasha combos
  • Fixed Kagome Explosion spark, bound it to Kagome -Thanks Kung Fu Man for spotting that
  • Added Hyper Image (Purely Cosmetic)
  • Groped by Miroku
  • Added an additional intro anim(vs Kikyo sound)
  • Tightened the timings on Yasha Combos
  • Corrected palette by separating colors on sprites
  • Ending
  • Midnight Bliss & Sexy KO
  • MUGEN 1.1 Fixes

####1.6 Updates

Changed Volume to 0 from 255 in CNS
Raised Kagome's Max Power stock to 3000 from 1000 (Back to MUGEN's default :p)
Fixed Sound Trigger for DrLight palette, it kept playing multiple times overlapping itself.
Fixed Sound Trigger when partner gets KO'ed, it would also overlap itself.
Tiny .cmd fixes
Changed a few sounds (English Sounds mostly.)
Added Winane's AI activation code (XOR version)
Added a few simple AI Commands using the above method. (She should put up a better fight.)
Small Poweradd bugfix. -Thanks RicePigeon

####1.5 Updates

Added Air Throw
Tweaked some velocities and other small details
Hit/Guard sounds from game of Origin
Added Sit Throw vs Inuyasha
More Sounds added (both Japanese and English)
Added Intro Storyboard from PSOne Fighter (ADX Sound)

####1.02 Updates

Slightly upped walk velocities
(I didn't lower them as suggested, it's just too slow.)
Added Clsn1Default for Arrow Projectile
(I had only one CLSN1 for 1 of 3 frames, stupid me.)
Sacred Arrow Super subtracts power when arrow is shot, not during attempt.
(It's more fair for her this way, in my opinion.)
draw.offset Y changed by 1 pixel
(She was floating off the ground by 1 pixel. FIXED.)

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####1.01 Updates

~ Changed Triggers for Winposes, winpose shows up in 'Congratulations' screen now. -Thanks Swamphunter
~ JPN voice (edit .def file to use)
~ Fixed small transparency error in her mouth during her Intro, because of pcxclean. :S
~ Other small tweaks

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###Kagome FAQsQ. How can I use her English Voice?
A. Open Kagome.def in Notepad and edit the 'sound =' line, like this:

sound = Kagome.snd ;English sound File
;sound = Kagome_JPN.snd ;Japanese sound File

Remember to add a semi-colon to the beginning of the other 'sound =' line, so it ignores it.