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|Voiced by||Hisako Tojo|
Miraj is a Al-mi'raj that appears in Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls Online.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
As a Al-mi'raj she has a black unicorn like horn, She has white fur on her arms, legs, and around her neck. She also has bunny like feet, and rabbit ears.
Personality[edit | edit source]
She's quite a ferocious person and desires to become the strongest fighter in the world.
A fan of karate and professional wrestling, she hesitates to join Monster Ops: Neutralization because she is not good with office work.
Her race diverts their attention and energy to combat training in an effort to quell their species' sexual libido.
She is very proud of her "hard black" horn and has a dangerous habit of trying to stab it into people's buttocks if they are not careful. She is concerned that her homestay host doesn't want to touch it, though, and wonders why they wouldn't want to.
Skills and Traits[edit | edit source]
- Al-mi'raj 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.
|Attack 1 opponent 2 times at 0.7x the damage.|
|Reduce damage taken by 15%|
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Zoological Classification[edit | edit source]
Al-mi'raj are a demihuman race from Islamic folklore. Similar in appearance to the Usagimimi (Rabbitgirl), save for the addition of a singular horn protruding from their forehead, the Al-mi'raj were territorial predators that used their horns in combat to kill their opponents. However, they are otherwise considered docile in temperament unless aggravated.
While the Al-mi'raj species is predominantly found in the Middle East, stories of sightings of "horned rabbits" have risen in Asia, America, Africa and Europe.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Miraj's name is derived from her species name.