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== Personality ==
 
== Personality ==
Compared to some of the more serious and darker members of The Seven, Ghauri is a considerably more light-hearted character, extremely cocky and outgoing. His extreme self-confidence borders on outright arrogance, and, as a result of his days as a street dancer, is a dedicated crowd-pleaser, at one point reversing his Grimoired transformation while being chased by someone out to kill him just so he could show off his true face. However, despite his near obnoxious ego, his upbeat, infectious charm makes it hard to actually hate him.
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Compared to some of the more serious and darker members of The Seven, Ghauri is a considerably more light-hearted character, extremely cocky and outgoing. His extreme self-confidence borders on outright arrogance, and, as a result of his days as a street dancer, is a dedicated crowd-pleaser, at one point reversing his Grimoired transformation while being chased by someone out to kill him just so he could show off his true face. However, despite his near obnoxious ego, his upbeat, charismatic charm makes it hard to actually hate him.
   
 
A former street dancer, his speech is riddled with street slang, and is always rhyming his sentences, which more often than not are more English than Japanese. As a result of this, very little of what he says actually makes sense, though Ghauri doesn't seem to care so long as he can continue a successful rhythm, making it extremely difficult to understand what he actually means, at some points just saying complete nonsense. In battle, he speaks in practically nothing but English phrases and slang, and dances around the battlefield as he tosses prisms everywhere.
 
A former street dancer, his speech is riddled with street slang, and is always rhyming his sentences, which more often than not are more English than Japanese. As a result of this, very little of what he says actually makes sense, though Ghauri doesn't seem to care so long as he can continue a successful rhythm, making it extremely difficult to understand what he actually means, at some points just saying complete nonsense. In battle, he speaks in practically nothing but English phrases and slang, and dances around the battlefield as he tosses prisms everywhere.
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