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  • Heyo, my fellow Keronjin!

    After listening to the 2014 anime soundtrack of Keroro Gunsou, I noticed there were something interesting about each of the characters' theme songs, and that was how they were produced. You can take a look here:

    http://recochoku.jp/album/A2000432764/?affiliate=4350010259

    So, here are my possibilities for the KP's ethnicities/nationalities if they were human:

    Keroro: American

    Giroro: Italian

    Tamama: French

    Kururu: Indian

    Dororo: Japanese

    So, what do you think? Yay or nah?

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    • I'm currently writting a KeroroXFate crossover, in which put the platoon (human version) into history of the world. Here's my opinions about nationality (and era):

      Keroro: Japanese (the Warring States Period) 

      Giroro: American (WWII)

      Tamama: Unknown (future)

      Kururu: German (the 19th century)

      Dororo: Chinese (1980s)

      Part of those comes from the 4th movie, others are some impressions after reading the manga, "just feel like it" or so.

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    • Kururu is associated with India due to his curry obsession, but they've also made associations with Russia too (His appearance in the KeroZero short, also talking about "borscht" rather than curry." There was also a Kururu lookalike in Arcade Gamer Fubuki (maybe it was Kururu himself since he had a Keronian mouth, although his face was human colored) who had a Russian-like name.

      All the others are pretty much Japan as far as the manga goes, like the childhood shots, toys and such. The anime gives some more variation, but even there Keroro and Tamama are pretty much just Japan. Tamama is often seen dressed in Japanese gi and such when training, and then there's the shounen action parody elements around him, like the energy blasts and SSJ transformation.

      Giroro ends up associated with some American stuff in the anime though due to his VA dubbing movies and his general war interest, which brings up American war movies. However, then there's his hidden train obsession which is distinctively Japanese.

      Dororo is actually kind of odd though. Although he's all Japanese style, the point is made that he's more like someone mimicking a Japanese, rather than an actual one, like how Koyuki makes fun of the accent he gains after spending some time in the ninja village, saying that it's like samurai from movies. His original name and the name of his original style "Assassin Magic" is all English too.

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    • NeonZ wrote: Kururu is associated with India due to his curry obsession, but they've also made associations with Russia too (His appearance in the KeroZero short, also talking about "borscht" rather than curry." There was also a Kururu lookalike in Arcade Gamer Fubuki (maybe it was Kururu himself since he had a Keronian mouth, although his face was human colored) who had a Russian-like name.

      All the others are pretty much Japan as far as the manga goes, like the childhood shots, toys and such. The anime gives some more variation, but even there Keroro and Tamama are pretty much just Japan. Tamama is often seen dressed in Japanese gi and such when training, and then there's the shounen action parody elements around him, like the energy blasts and SSJ transformation.

      Giroro ends up associated with some American stuff in the anime though due to his VA dubbing movies and his general war interest, which brings up American war movies. However, then there's his hidden train obsession which is distinctively Japanese.

      Dororo is actually kind of odd though. Although he's all Japanese style, the point is made that he's more like someone mimicking a Japanese, rather than an actual one, like how Koyuki makes fun of the accent he gains after spending some time in the ninja village, saying that it's like samurai from movies. His original name and the name of his original style "Assassin Magic" is all English too.

      Hehe, at first when you mentioned borscht I was thinking about that Brandy & Mr. Whiskers episode where Boris (that astronaut monkey) suddenly popped out of his rocket and asked if who wants borscht. Lol, that was the best episode.

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    • FlowerOfTheWind wrote:
      Heyo, my fellow Keronjin!

      After listening to the 2014 anime soundtrack of Keroro Gunsou, I noticed there were something interesting about each of the characters' theme songs, and that was how they were produced. You can take a look here:

      http://recochoku.jp/album/A2000432764/?affiliate=4350010259

      So, here are my possibilities for the KP's ethnicities/nationalities if they were human:

      Keroro: American

      Giroro: Italian

      Tamama: French

      Kururu: Indian

      Dororo: Japanese

      So, what do you think? Yay or nah?

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    • It kind of makes sense.

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    • I thought they were all Japanese

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