I am Gyobu. If there's one thing I can boast about, it's my code of honor. I'll be in your care from here on, so best regards to you.
Beginning of Battle
Hey now, big brother, big sister, where's your sense of honor?
This Tanuki will play his cards right.
Boasting before the Old Tanuki Metamorphosis. Become deeply enraptured by the Eight Hundred and Eight Tanuki!
Acknowledge the one before you, Inguami Gyobu. Hold yourself back from now on.
As expected of a human being. You cannot be deceived nor fooled.
Honorless Festival Struggle:Tokyo Afterschool Summoners. It's festival and flowers season, Chief.
(The greeting Gyobu uses is specifically a greeting meant as a formality between opponents in a gambling den.)
Translated from Japanese
A Transient from Wanokuni. He is an advisor for the Outlaws, a guild in Kabukicho. He's already lived for hundreds of years, but has used some unknown technique to change his outward appearance, so his looks do not match his age. The sacred artifact he has, a mallet, has the power to call the 808 members of his family. He places great importance on heroism and chivalry, and is the type of boss who is even willing to die for his followers. He greatly respects kindness and compassion, and favors boss-temperament people who help those who are suffering.
When he bangs his massive sacred artifact gavel on the ground, his kin appear in a flurry of leaves. This is a special form of summoning, and they will not disappear even if Gyobu leaves the closed battleground of the app. Due to his deep value of honor and duty he fits well with the Outlaws code of never leaving behind those in need, and has been affectionately nicknamed Uncle by his colleagues. He gets along best with the sort of person who can see shades of grey in their values, mixing Yin and Yang. People who believe in moral absolutism, wishing only to view the world in extremes of black and white, remind him of his younger days and leave a sour taste in his mouth.