Erika Furudo

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Erika Furudo
古戸 ヱリカ
Character Information
Classification
Title Witch of Truth
Gender Female
Hair Color Blue
Eye Color Blue
First Appearance End of the Golden Witch
Portrayed By Natsuko Kuwatani
Relationships

"This level of reasoning is possible for Furudo Erika"

—Erika Furudo when she is done being a bitch

Erika Furudo (古戸 ヱリカ Furudo Erika?) is a detective who washes onto Rokkenjima during the Ushiromiya family meeting of 1986. Erika serves as the primary antagonist of End of the Golden Witch and Dawn of the Golden Witch.

Profile

Background

Erika claims to have gone through college in Japan, during which she fell in love and began dating an anonymous man. Over the course of the relationship however, Erika began gathering evidence that her boyfriend was cheating on her with another woman. Despite only having circumstantial evidence, Erika confronts her boyfriend and breaks up with him. The ordeal sparked an inferiority complex and strong denial of love in Erika that persists throughout Umineko no Naku Koro ni.

In October 1986, Erika falls from the "Eternal Maid II" cruise ship in the storm that envelopes Rokkenjima. As a result, Erika is taken by the sea and washes up on the shore of Rokkenjima.

Appearance

Erika appears as a young girl with dark blue eyes and hair, made in Bernkastel's image. The elaborate dress she wears actually belongs to Jessica. Despite this, the dress is not imprinted with the One-Winged Eagle in any visible location. In addition to the pink and white dress, Erika also wears a flower accessory on her head.

When Erika marries Battler she wears a traditional white bridal gown and white gloves though the One-Winged Eagle is visible on the headdress and on the waist of the dress.

Personality

Erika is highly intelligent and possesses a photographic memory. While in public, she maintains a polite appearance and shows interest in little other than mysteries. In reality, however, Erika is ruthless and enjoys solving mysteries only for the pleasure of denigrating those who pose them to her. Her malicious personality is derived from an inferiority complex developed early in her life.

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