|Attack specialty||Using her cane to fight|
- "Who said I'd yield to you. How mortifying."
Hikaru Jomon (城門 光, Jomon Hikaru) was one of the new characters that debuted in Power Instinct Matrimelee. While not part of the plot, she returns as a hidden character in Goketsuji Ichizoku Matsuri Senzo Kuyou.
About Hikaru Edit
Hikaru is a thirteen years old middle school student and has the oppsite pattern of characters like Bridget from the Guilty Gear series this is cause Hikaru is mostly mistaken as a boy while in reality she is a girl that has a tomboyish and very seirious personality, she dislikes noisy people specially very femenine girls with high pitched voice. Hikaru attends at the same school of the brothers Shintaro and Buntaro Kuno the ST. Lawrence Academy. Her ending in Power Instinct matrimelee and some of the diologues suggest that almost all characters think that she is a boy but in her apparition in Goketsuji Ichizoku Matsuri Senzo Kuyou she has a special K.O. scene where her true gender is exposed.
Hikaru uses a cane called "Trinode" as her main weapon in combat performing very fast attacks with it. The name of her cane comes from a PVC figure based in a illustration made by Range Murata.
Hikaru's design is based in a character named Akira Touya from the manga "Hikaru no go".
Participation Details Edit
- Toukon Matrimelee
Hikaru was raised in a family where most of the members are men, because of this, she developed a complex for being so different from her brothers, so she is always looking for an opportunity to demostrate that she is not inferior to them. Hikaru participates in the Matrimelee Tournament to show her power to the world.
- Bonnou no Kaihou
Hikaru participates in the Bonnou no Kaihou tournament because she wants a new and more powerful cane.
Special Moves Edit
Music Themes Edit
- Bokura no HiMiTsu (Our Secrets) - Matrimelee / Bonnou no Kaihou
- Power Instinct Matrimelee
- Shin Goketsuji Ichizoku: Bonnou No Kaihou
- Goketsuji Ichizoku Matsuri Senzo Kuyou - Hidden character
- In some sources her last name was erroneously stated as "Gusukujo".