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{{Infobox Character
|name = Getsu Fuma
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|image = Getsu Fuma - 01.png
|image = [[File:Gepu-1-.jpg]]
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|caption =
|jname = 月風魔 (げつ ふうま) ''Getsu Fūma'', lit. "Lunar Wind Demon"
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|name = Getsu Fuma
|age = 19 in ''Getsu Fūma Den''
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|japanese_name = 月風魔 (げつ ふうま)<br />''Getsu Fūma''
|appearances = ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]''
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|alternate_name = Getsu Fuuma, Getsu Fuhma
|weapons = Pulse Blade,<br>War Drum,<br>Hexplosives,<br>Throwing Star,<br>Mashō no Koma {{s|魔性のコマ, "Demonic Spin Top"}}
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|role = Warrior
|family = Tenma Getsu {{s|Eldest brother}}<br>Kūma Getsu {{s|Middle brother}}
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|species = [[:category:Humans|Human]]
|theme = [[Go! Getsu Fuma]]
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|gender = [[:category:Male Characters|Male]]
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|hometown =
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|born =
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|died =
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|age = 19 in ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]''
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|status = Alive
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|blood_type =
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|affiliation =
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|weapons = [[Pulse Blade]]
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|abilities = [[War Drum]], [[Hexplosives]], [[Shuriken|Throwing Star]], ''[[Double Jump|Mashō no Koma]]''
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|first_appearance = '''1987''': ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]''
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|appearances = ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair|Harmony of Despair]]''
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|family =
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Tenma Getsu <small>(eldest brother)</small><br />
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Kūma Getsu <small>(middle brother)</small>
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|partnerships =
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|dialogue =
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|english_voice =
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|japanese_voice =
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|theme = [[Go! Getsu Fuma]]
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|gallery = Yes
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|stuff1 =
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|stuff2 =
 
}}
 
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{{Nihongo|'''Getsu Fuma'''|月風魔 (げつ ふうま)}} (also spelled '''Getsu Fuuma''' or '''Getsu Fuhma'''; written in Western Order as "Fūma Getsu") is the protagonist of the 1987 [[Nintendo Entertainment System|Famicom]] game ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]''. On February 2, 2010, he was included as a downloadable playable character in ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]''.
'''Getsu Fuma''' (also spelled '''Getsu Fuuma''' or '''Getsu Fuhma''') is the protagonist from the 1987 [[Nintendo Entertainment System|Famicom]] game ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]'' and is a DLC playable character released as of February 2nd in ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]''.
 
   
 
==Abilities==
 
==Abilities==
He has three default sub weapons in ''Castlevania: Harmony of Despair'':
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Fuma has three default [[Sub-Weapon|sub-weapons]] in ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]'':
*War Drum: Fires sonic waves at enemies.
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*'''War Drum''': Fires sonic waves at enemies.
*Throwing Star: Throws three shuriken out.
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*'''[[Shuriken|Throwing Star]]''': Throws three shuriken out. The number of shurikens increases as the skill is leveled up.
*Hexplosives: Throws magic explosive which go along the ground.
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*'''Hexplosives''': Throws magic explosive which go along the ground. The number of fireballs after contacting an enemy increases as the skill is leveled up.
 
A glitch was confirmed that putting Down-B subskills can be spammed (useful for training them on Survival Mode). Hold Down while pressing LB and B at the same time at fast speeds to spam.
 
 
==<!--Konami -->Cameos==
 
Though there were no sequels made to ''Getsu Fūma Den'', Fuma has made cameo appearances in several other Konami products:
 
 
*He has appeared in the 1988 Famicom game ''[[Konami Wai Wai World]]'' and its sequel ''[[Wai Wai World 2: SOS! Parsley Castle]]'' alongside [[Simon Belmont]]. Also the makes Plus Newcomer in ''Krazy Kart Racing''.
 
 
*He also appeared as a card in ''[[W:c:yugioh:Main_Page|Yu-Gi-Oh!]]'' as Getsu Fuhma, as did [[Ryukotsuki]], the final boss from ''Getsu Fūma Den'', as Ryu Kokki.
 
 
*Fuma appeared as the wrestler, The G Getsu Fūma (The G・月風魔), in the 1996 [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|Super Famicom]] wrestling game ''[[Jikkyō Power Pro Wrestling '96 - Max Voltage]]''. The game also featured [[Richter Belmont]] as a wrestler.
 
 
*He also appeared along with the song, "Go! Getsu Fuma", under the genre GETSUFUMA-DEN in the 2010 arcade music game ''[[Wikipedia:Pop'n Music|pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden]]''.
 
 
* Fuma is the first character from a non-''Castlevania'' game to appear in ''Castlevania: Harmony of Despair''.
 
 
*A female parody, Hanafuuma Gesshi (月士 華風魔 (げっし はなふうま)''Gesshi Hanafuuma''), appeared in the 2011 side-shooter [[Xbox 360]] game ''[[Otomedius Excellent]]''. It also featured Kokoro Belmont, a Belmont-inspire character.
 
 
==Notes==
 
* Fuma is male.
 
 
==Gallery==
 
<center><gallery captionalign="left">
 
File:Getsu_fuma_den_boxart-1-.png|Fuma in ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]''
 
File:Getsu_Fuma_Pose_Redone.png|Fuma in ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]'
 
File:Getsu_Muma_Wai_Wai.jpg|Fuma in ''[[Konami Wai Wai World]]''
 
File:Wai_Wai_Game_Book_Fuhma.jpg|Fuma in ''[[Wai Wai World Game Book]]''
 
File:Fuuma Wai Wai 2.JPG|Fuma in ''[[Wai Wai World 2: SOS! Parsley Castle]]''
 
File:GetsuFuhmaSDZW-EN-C-1E-1-.jpg|Getsu Fuhma card in ''Yu-Gi-Oh!''
 
File:Getsu_Fuma_Popn_Music_2.jpg|Fuma in ''pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden''
 
</gallery>
 
 
<youtube>MlmipTiYcYE</youtube>
 
<br />GETSUFUMA-DEN "Getsu Fūma Den" from ''pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden'' video
 
 
;Characters based on Getsu Fuma
 
<gallery>
 
File:Getsu_Fuuma_Wrestling.png|The G Getsu Fūma in ''[[Jikkyō Power Pro Wrestling '96 - Max Voltage]]''
 
File:LcfX542tjn7Ebk3pDG645Gh1qyi7q7R6-1-.jpg|Hanafuuma Gesshi, the female parody of Fuma, in ''[[Otomedius Excellent]]''
 
</gallery></center>
 
 
==Fuma Gear==
 
Several items used by Getsu Fuma can be found in ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]''. Only Fuma is able to use his weapons, which are available to him at the beginning of the game. He must find his signature defensive gear, which whip-wielders can also equip.
 
   
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A glitch was confirmed that putting Down-B subskills can be spammed (useful for training them on [[Survival Mode]]). Hold Down while pressing LB and B at the same time at a fast speed to spam.
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==Item Data==
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Several items used by Getsu Fuma can be found in this game. Only Fuma is able to use his weapons, which are available to him at the beginning of the game. He must find his signature defensive gear, which whip-wielders can also equip.
 
{{Item Table Begin|Fuma Gear}}
 
{{Item Table Begin|Fuma Gear}}
 
{{Harmony of Despair Item Data/Swords|Pulse Blade}}
 
{{Harmony of Despair Item Data/Swords|Pulse Blade}}
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{{Item Table End}}
 
{{Item Table End}}
   
==External Links==
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==Cameos==
* [[w:c:yugioh:Getsu_Fuhma|Getsu Fuhma at ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' Wiki]]
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Although there were no sequels made to ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]'', Fuma has made cameo appearances in several other [[Konami]] products:
* [http://www.konami.jp/bemani/popn/music18/mc/getsufuma-den/getsufuma-den.html GETSUFUMA-DEN from ''pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden''].
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*He has appeared in the 1988 [[Nintendo Entertainment System|Famicom]] game ''[[Konami Wai Wai World]]'' and its sequel ''[[Wai Wai World 2: SOS!! Parsley Castle]]'' alongside [[Simon Belmont]].
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*He also appeared as a [[w:c:yugioh:Getsu Fuhma|card]] in ''[[w:c:yugioh|Yu-Gi-Oh!]]'' as Getsu Fuhma, as did [[Ryukotsuki]], the final boss of ''Getsu Fūma Den'', as Ryu Kokki.
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*Fuma appeared as the wrestler "The G Getsu Fūma" (The G・月風魔) in the 1996 [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System|Super Famicom]] wrestling game ''[[Jikkyō Power Pro Wrestling '96: Max Voltage]]''. The game also featured [[Richter Belmont]] as a wrestler.
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*He also appeared along with the song [[Go! Getsu Fuma]] under the genre GETSUFUMA-DEN in the 2010 arcade music game ''[[wikipedia:Pop'n Music|pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden]]''.
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*Fuma is the first character from a non-''[[Castlevania (series)|Castlevania]]'' game to appear in ''[[Castlevania: Harmony of Despair]]''.
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*A female inspired character, {{Nihongo|[[Gesshi Hanafuuma]]|月士 華風魔 (げっし はなふうま)|Hanafūma Gesshi}}, appeared in the 2011 side-shooter [[Xbox 360]] game ''[[Otomedius Excellent]]''. It also featured [[Kokoro Belmont]], a [[Belmont Clan|Belmont]]-inspired character.
   
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==Notes==
{{DEFAULTSORT:Getsu, Fuma}}
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*His name 月風魔 (げつ ふうま) ''Getsu Fūma'' means '''月''' (moon), '''風''' (wind) and '''魔''' (demon/devil/evil/magic).
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*Fuma's [[Double Jump|double jump]] is called ''Mashō no Koma'' (魔性のコマ, lit. "Demonic Spin Top") from ''[[Getsu Fūma Den]]''.
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*Unlike the other playable characters, Fuma is based on a real-life historical figure known as [[wikipedia:Fūma Kotarō|Fūma Kotarō]], a ninja-turned brigand who served the ''Hōjō'' clan of samurai during the Japanese Warring States period.
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==See also==
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*[[Gesshi Hanafuuma]]
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==External links==
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*[[w:c:yugioh:Getsu Fuhma|Getsu Fuhma]] at the [[w:c:yugioh|Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki]]
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*[http://www.konami.jp/bemani/popn/music18/mc/getsufuma-den/getsufuma-den.html GETSUFUMA-DEN from ''pop'n music 18 Sengoku Retsuden''].
   
 
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{{CHD}}
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[[es:Getsu Fūma]]
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[[Category:Cameo]]
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[[Category:Humans]]
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[[Category:Male Characters]]
 
[[Category:Getsu Fuma Den]]
 
[[Category:Getsu Fuma Den]]
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[[Category:Harmony of Despair DLC]]
 
[[Category:Harmony of Despair Playable Characters]]
 
[[Category:Harmony of Despair Playable Characters]]

Latest revision as of 06:58, August 21, 2019

Getsu Fuma (月風魔 (げつ ふうま)?) (also spelled Getsu Fuuma or Getsu Fuhma; written in Western Order as "Fūma Getsu") is the protagonist of the 1987 Famicom game Getsu Fūma Den. On February 2, 2010, he was included as a downloadable playable character in Castlevania: Harmony of Despair.

AbilitiesEdit

Fuma has three default sub-weapons in Castlevania: Harmony of Despair:

  • War Drum: Fires sonic waves at enemies.
  • Throwing Star: Throws three shuriken out. The number of shurikens increases as the skill is leveled up.
  • Hexplosives: Throws magic explosive which go along the ground. The number of fireballs after contacting an enemy increases as the skill is leveled up.

A glitch was confirmed that putting Down-B subskills can be spammed (useful for training them on Survival Mode). Hold Down while pressing LB and B at the same time at a fast speed to spam.

Item DataEdit

Several items used by Getsu Fuma can be found in this game. Only Fuma is able to use his weapons, which are available to him at the beginning of the game. He must find his signature defensive gear, which whip-wielders can also equip.

Item Data: Fuma Gear
Image Name - Game
Description
Type / Users Attributes / Consume Statistics / Sell Found Notes
Pulse blade Pulse Blade - Harmony of Despair [edit]
A prized sword passed down through the Getsu clan. Sword
Getsu Fuma 
#hands: 1
ATK +8
Rarity: *
Find: (starts with)
Evolve: 3 to 6 to 12 to 18 fireballs. No MP used.
Hexplosives Hexplosives - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Launch explosives along the ground. Sub-Weapon
Fuma 
Attrib: Fire
Consume: 10 MP 
ATK +12
Rarity: *
Find: (starts with)
Effect: Curse
Throwing star Throwing Star - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Attack enemies from afar. Sub-Weapon
Fuma 
Consume: 10 MP  ATK +8
Rarity: *
Find: (starts with)
War drum War Drum - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Attack enemies from afar. Sub-Weapon
Fuma 
Attrib: Holy
Consume: 10 MP 
ATK +11
Rarity: *
Find: (starts with)
Fuma&#039;s Helm Icon Fuma's Helm - Harmony of Despair [edit]
A helm passed down through the Getsu clan. Head (Helmet)
Jonathan, Julius, Richter, Simon, Fuma 
Attrib: Blunt +10, Earth +15, Dark +10, Curse +15, Poison +15
STR +6, INT +6, DEF +10
Find: Purple Chest (Hard)
First Obtained: Chapter 11
Effect: Increases MP regeneration by 0.4 per second.
Fuma&#039;s Armor Icon Fuma's Armor - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Armor passed down through the Getsu clan. Chest (Body Armor)
Jonathan, Julius, Richter, Simon, Fuma 
MP +30, STR +8, INT +8, DEF +25
Find: Purple Chest (Hard)
First Obtained: Chapter 11
Effect: Increases MP regeneration by 0.6 per second.
Fuma&#039;s Greaves Icon Fuma's Greaves - Harmony of Despair [edit]
Greaves passed down though the Getsu clan. Increases run speed. Leg (Greaves)
Jonathan, Julius, Richter, Simon, Fuma 
Attrib: Pierce +10, Petrification +15, Curse +15, Poison +15, Dark +10
STR +4, INT +4, DEF +8, MP +10
Find: Purple Chest (Hard) Chapter 11 (Hard)
Drop: Ryukotsuki
Effect: +50% movement speed

CameosEdit

Although there were no sequels made to Getsu Fūma Den, Fuma has made cameo appearances in several other Konami products:

NotesEdit

  • His name 月風魔 (げつ ふうま) Getsu Fūma means (moon), (wind) and (demon/devil/evil/magic).
  • Fuma's double jump is called Mashō no Koma (魔性のコマ, lit. "Demonic Spin Top") from Getsu Fūma Den.
  • Unlike the other playable characters, Fuma is based on a real-life historical figure known as Fūma Kotarō, a ninja-turned brigand who served the Hōjō clan of samurai during the Japanese Warring States period.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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