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Name
Taki AizawaTaki AizawaTaki Aizawa (Gravitation)
Alias
Tachi (mostly by Ma-kun and Ken-chan)
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Mr. Droopy Eyes (by Shuichi)
Race
HumanHuman
Gender
MaleMale
Age
22 years old (born June 1st) (source: official artbook)22 years old (born June 1st) (source: official artbook)
Hair
Black with a tint of very dark greenBlack with a tint of very dark green
Eyes
Dark magentaDark magenta
Height
5'8"173 cm
Weight
Blood
Type AType A
Status
Lead vocals of ASKLead vocals of ASK
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Voice
Tim BreeseShinichirou Miki
Debut
Anime
GravitationGravitation

Character Description: Taki Aizawa

Taki is the lead vocalist of ASK, and is somewhat portrayed as the villain in Gravitation. Upon seeing them debut as their opening act on stage, Taki becomes insanely jealous of Bad Luck, and especially Shuichi.

When he learns of Yuki and Shuichi's relationship he constantly threatens it. In episode six, Taki even lures Shuichi back to his house and brutally abuses him with the help of some hired henchmen. It is never said whether Taki assists in the abuse, or only watches from a standpoint. Yuki later learns of this, and takes it out on all three members of ASK, Ma-kun getting the worst of it.

It is hinted that ASK's stardom comes to a halt when Tohma learns that Taki had threatened Yuki directly in episode eight. Even though Yuki wasn't harmed, Taki finally gets the message from Tohma and ASK is dropped from NG.

His overall attitude is rough and abrasive, he always carries a confident smirk or an angry scowl, and doesn't seem to like anyone up until the end of the series. Only wanting the best for his band, he took things far beyond they should have been. Despite everything underhanded he's done, Ma-kun and Ken-chan stick with him in the last episode.

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