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<title source="title1"> <default>Jihl</default> </title> <image source="image1">
</image> <group collapse="open"> <header>Bio</header> <label>Age</label> <label>Gender</label> <label>Species</label> <label>Height</label> <label>Relatives</label> <label>Relationships</label> <label>Residence</label> <label>Mecha</label> <label>Alignment</label> <label>Voice Actor</label> </group> </infobox> Jihl is a mysterious artificial human boy who was created by the anti-Juno organization. He was the Soul Cannon's final firing that ended both the Vanargand and Shvein Hax in Fuga: Melodies of Steel and would manage to escape the confines of the Taranis in Fuga: Melodies of Steel 2.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Jihl is a human-cyborg Hybrid. His color palette is almost monochromatic with very pale skin, gray-ish clothing, and white hair. His gloves are patterned with circular shapes and feature claw-like decals.
History[edit | edit source]
Fuga: Melodies of Steel[edit | edit source]
Creation[edit | edit source]
2000 years before the events of Fuga: Melodies of Steel, a group of researchers involved with Belenos and the Taranis had been attempting to create artificial humans. Only very few had managed to stay alive, with the most significant one being Jihl.
Reawakening[edit | edit source]
In Fuga's true ending, Jeanne seeks an alternative method to firing the Soul Cannon that did not require a sacrifice. She ends up finding Jihl deep within, who appears to have been in a comatose state inside a capsule. Despite her knowing that she'll cease to function without his life in the tank, Jeanne proceeds to use his Bio-Energy to destroy Shvein Hax and the Vanargand.