Chōhi Yokutoku / Rinrin
張飛 翼徳 / 鈴々
Chōhi Yokutoku / Rinrin
Age ?
Gayness 9
Boldness 8
Commitment 10
Lewdness 4
Relationship Status Crushing

Chōhi Yokutoku / Rinrin is a main character in the series Koihime Musou. A talkative and always cheerful girl. Chōhi leaves her hometown with Kan'u to save people suffering from the Yellow Turban Rebellion.

Yuri FeatsEdit

  • Her story: When she was very young, her parents were killed by bandits and she was taken in by her grandfather. But when he passed away, Chōhi was all alone. To ease her loneliness, she led a group of kids in her village and formed the "Rinrin Bandits". Together, the kids hid in the mountains and often pulled pranks on the villagers. Then Kan'u came along. After hearing about how Chōhi lost her family the same way she did, Kan'u shows sympathy. When the village chief finally becomes fed up and decides to send officials to arrest Chōhi, Kan'u offers to do the job instead because she felt Chōhi does not deserve the punishment the officials had planned. The two meet and fight late into the night, Kan'u questions why is she causing other people suffering despite herself having suffered. Finally Kan'u's words reach Chōhi, who breaks down crying and admits that she's just lonely and doesn't know what to do. Kan'u then decides to spend the night with her. While in bed Kan'u mentions that she's of age to be Chōhi's older sister. This promps Chōhi to call Kan'u "onee-chan"; eventually they make a vow of sisterhood (since they did this literally while in bed, it would later cause many misunderstandings in the future when Chōhi recollects the event) and Chōhi accompanies Kan'u on her journey.
  • In the anime, she appears to have a big sister complex for Kan'u; during the second season, she considers herself the only little sister of Kan'u and opposes Ryūbi from being the second younger sibling (in the end Ryūbi becomes the oldest sister, leaving Chōhi's position untouched).
  • She loves to sleep in Kan'u lap.
  • On her visit to Kōson castle, she boldly stated that she's the Seme (the giver), while Kan'u is the Uke (the receiver).


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