“There's an audience in place! Gotta let 'em see my face!”
—Ghauri , Azure Striker Gunvolt 2
His “Prism Cataclysm” septima allows him to create crystals at will. A former street dancer, his constantly amped up, upbeat attitude is quite infectious within Eden. For better or worse, he will speak in rhymes, to the point where a sentence will lose its meaning just so he can complete a successful rhyme. If he coats the ground with a crystalline material, he can glide along the surface like a roller skating rink. He’s currently working day and night on combining the powers of his crystal generation septima with a hot new original dance.
The “Prism” Psychic that can freely create crystals. He used to be a street dancer. He gets cocky, so he’s the mood maker within Eden. His words are overflowing with groove and he’s always scoring a rhythm. He can also glide as if he were skating over road surfaces coated in crystals. He currently is working day and night to see if his own 7th Wave can be combined with his original dance.
Ghauri is a teenager with cyan eyes and somewhat long purple hair. He wears a white short sleeved shirt, a small white-purple sleeveless jacket, blue jeans with lighter blue knees, and white shoes with purple highlights. He also has two purple straps hooked onto his jeans, a black belt with a sliver buckle, a black and silver pair of goggles on his forehead, black wristbands, and a black necklace with a silver spearhead pendant.
In his grimoired form, Ghauri gains much longer, slightly lighter purple hair, and black eyes with purple irises. He is covered in black and white armour, with purple highlights, with large purple crystals sprouting from his knees. His feet also resemble high heels. Ghauri also becomes noticeably taller.
Compared to some of the more serious and darker members of The Seven, Ghauri is a considerably more light-hearted character. He is extremely self-confident to the point of arrogance, but his upbeat nature makes it fairly difficult to hate him. A former street dancer, his speech is riddled with street slang, and is nearly always rhyming his sentences, which more often than not are more English than Japanese. As a result, half of what he says doesn't even make sense, as long as he can continue a successful rhythm. In battle, he speaks in practically nothing but English phrases and slang, and dances around the battlefield as he tosses prisms everywhere. Despite his casual, cheerful attitude though, he does show the same hatred towards non-adepts that other Eden members show, describing them as "parasitic".
Originally, Ghauri was a street dancer who tried combining his septima with his dance moves to make an entirely new dance. At some point, he joined the multinational adept union Eden, and gained respect as one of it's most powerful members.
Prism Highway (Prism)
Some time after Eden enquired the power of the Muse, Ghauri leads a large squad to attack and destroy a highway. In his grimoired form, he speeds ahead, leaving a tail of destruction behind him, but he is soon tracked down by Copen, who catches up with him on a motorcycle driven by his maid Nori. He unsuccessfully tries to shake them off, before dashing ahead to escape.
Copen quickly reaches him, and is confused to see Ghauri in his normal form. The latter states that, "There's an audience in place! Gotta let 'em see my face," before using his grimoire to transform again and engaging Copen in battle. During the fight, Ghauri shows his dislike for the "parasite" that is humanity. Copen counters this by saying only humanity can judge itself, but Ghauri just criticises him for his lack of "flow". Eventually, Ghauri's rhythms get on Copen's nerves, who promptly defeats and kills him, taking his mirror shard.
The Garden 3 (Saviour)
At some point, a copy of Ghauri, alongside the other members of The Seven, is created by Zonda with her Mirror septima. He, along with Desna and Asroc, await Copen as he attempts to reach Zonda. When he encounters Ghauri again, the former greets him with even more rhyming, which by now have begun to drive Copen mad. Despite this, Ghauri's copy is beaten, and Copen carries on to Zonda.
Zonda later summons an illusion of The Seven to assist her in her battle against Copen, Ghauri among them.
After Gunvolt defeats four members of The Seven, Ghauri and Asroc both break into Copen's house and kidnap Mytyl, destroying a highway on their way out. Copen confronts them, but Asroc refuses to hand her over, saying she has a role to play in their plans. Ghauri then apologizes on behalf of his "wingman" for his arrogance, but reassures him that his sister is in good hands, in rhyme of course, which only infuriates Copen even more.
Asroc then leaves Ghauri to take care of Copen, when Gunvolt suddenly rushes onto the scene, demanding the mirror shard, much to Ghauri's confusion. Copen then leaves to pursue Asroc, leaving Gunvolt to deal with Ghauri, who launches into a rhyming speech before attacking Gunvolt, who quickly becomes annoyed with his speech.
During the fight, Ghauri asks how Gunvolt can "roll with human trolls", stating they made the world hell. Gunvolt replies that he wouldn't let Eden decided his fate, and that people like Ghauri are even worse. Eventually, Ghauri is killed, and his Mirror shard is taken.
A spin jump that generates an arc of crystal balls to fly at you. The crystal balls can be destroyed by Flashfield or shooting
- Ghauri will always dash off-screen before performing this attack
- He will jump after he crosses approximately half the arena
An attack where a small prism is shot by a kick. The prism itself can also block your shots, and sticks to the air in front of you if it hits.
- Phase 2 onward, Ghauri may dash around and hold on to the prism before launching it.
An attack that kicks a big prism forward. It also blocks your shots.
An attack in which a very big prism is kicked and smashed. The smashed fragments are pretty hard to dodge.
プリズムプリズマプリズン Prism Prisma Prison
Prism glitters bright / Forming such bewitching bonds / From which none may flee! Poetry Slam!
Ghauri’s Special Skill. It's an attack that drops 3 prismatic pillars and traps the player within them. The prism pillars launch lasers that become refracted diagonally upwards or downwards. The pillars themselves become vulnerable where they launch lasers, so a good volley there can crumble them. If any pillars are still standing, Ghauri smashes them in a pair of flying kicks, then followed by a spin to smash it's lower part.
- Ghauri's characteristics are based off Cinderella.
- Ghauri's “Prism Cataclysm” septima and Grimored Heels are based on Cinderellla's magic glass heels.
- Both Ghauri and Cinderella have an affinity of dancing.
- In his duel with GV, Ghauri proclaims he still have time before 12:00 AM, the time where Cinderellla's magic dissolved.
- Ghauri's last words are "The magic... is dissolved...".
- Ghauri's name indicates that he is Indian.
- According to a Japanese tweet, Ghauri is 170cm (5'7") tall, and gains an additional ten centimetres when he transforms, reaching 180cm (5'10").
“I go on scoring my lyrics! And this GIMMICK: it glows like a prism!”
—Gauri, Japanese Quote
◆“Crystal-shoes Dance-school (Prism Master)” Gauri