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Hakuto (ハクト) is an Inaba Hare that appears in Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Light grey fluffy hair ears and puffy tail, with fur on her hands and legs similar to a rabbit.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Cowardly and shy, Hakuto really loves Itazura na Kiss and tries to emulate the protagonist's attempts at overcoming her shyness.
She is gentle and warm, she often likes to go to the park to watch the children play. often joining the fun
Hakuto calls the homestay host her "Brother" and refers to herself as their "Big Sister" despite her speech patterns being littered with childish words and phrases that are more suited to a "younger sister".
Skills and Traits[edit | edit source]
- Inaba Hare Physiology:
- Sexual Libido: Much like Satyrs, Usagimimi (Rabbitgirls) have a hyper strong libido that leads to their active pursuit of sex and all things sexual.
- High Fertility: Usagimimi (Rabbitgirls) also have an incredibly high fertility rate, often able to become impregnated with a child while still pregnant with a previous child. This process is normally referred to as Superfetation.
- Reptile Aversion: Possibly an influence from their ancestors, Inaba Hares are not good with reptiles, especially crocodiles.
Plot[edit | edit source]
Zoological Classification[edit | edit source]
- Main article: Yokai
The myth goes that a hare god tricks some crocodiles into being used as a land bridge in order to travel from the Island of Oki to the mainland by challenging the reptiles to let him see if their clan was larger than his. Having the crocodiles lie in a row across the sea, the hare hopped across them, counting them as he went. Nearing the end but not yet on dry land, the hare began bragging that he had deceived the crocodiles in order to use them as a bridge and in retribution the last crocodile attacks him, ripping his fur from him.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The fur of Inaba Hares are brown in spring and white in winter.