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Riri  (璃々 (りり)?), also known as Koujou  (黄敍 (こうじょ)[1] or 黄叙 (こうじょ)[2]?), is Kouchuu's daughter and a supporting character in the Koihime†Musou series.

Plot[]

Koihime†Musou[]

Kouchuu's daughter. After being rescued from her captors by Kazuto, she grows quite fond of him and hangs out with him whenever she can.

Shin Koihime†Musou[]

Shoku Route[]

Gi Route[]

Go Route[]

 Moeshouden[]

Shin Koihime † Eiyuutan []

 Shin Koihime † Musou -Kakumei-[]

Souten no Haou[]

Son Go no Kechimyaku[]

Ryuuki no Taibou []

Anime version[]

The young daughter of Kouchuu. In the anime, she was kidnapped by a group who threatened to kill her unless Kouchuu helped them in an assassination. She was later rescued and reunited with her mother thanks to Aisha's group. In the second season, she finds a friend in Batai, who she looks up to and often hangs out with her.

Sengoku†Koihime X[]

A grown-up Riri makes a cameo in Sengoku†Koihime X in Kensuke's flashback, where she is seen cooking.

Character[]

Personality[]

She is a very energetic and curious child. 

Sexuality[]

Due to her young age, during the story of Koihime†Musou and Shin Koihime†Musou, she is not sexually active. Despite this, however, she is aware of sex thanks to her mother. Furthermore, Kouchuu wants Kazuto to take her as a lover once she turns old enough.
There is no explicit statement on whether she eventually did become Kazuto's lover in the future of Sengoku†Koihime.

Trivia[]

  • The VN does not have a chibi version of her; Riri in chibi style can only be seen in the anime.
  • She is more mischievous in the anime, probably from hanging out with Batai too much.
  • Her historical counterpart is Huang Xu, and both her profiles in Shin Koihime†Musou and Shin Koihime†Musou -Kakumei- mention that it is her future name once she grows up.
  • It is unknown, if Riri is aware her father was her mother's uncle which technically makes them cousins

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