(Japanese: 鏡WHITE - ウァイトカガミ - White Kagami)
White - The color white
鏡 (Kagami) - Mirror
|TYPE: UTAUloid MODEL: None|
|GENDER||Agender||VOICE RANGE||C#6 - F3|
|WEIGHT||63kg||CHARACTER ITEM||Baseball bat|
|HEIGHT||170cm||VOICE SOURCE AND CREATOR||Moriida|
|BIRTHDAY||Unknown||LIKES||Marshmallow, screaming, apple|
|RELEASE DATE||Her voicebank has not been released.||DISLIKES||Children, Annoying people, Romance, Pink|
|RELATED CHARACTER||The Jemma Crew (Though, they're not UTAUloid)||HOMEPAGE||YouTube, YouTube(2), DeviantArt, SoundCloud|
|CREATOR||Moriida||PICTURE LINK LIST|
|MEDIA LIST||YouTube||SIGNATURE SONG||NONE|
|PERSONALITY: Sarcastic and aggressive, White cares about nothing but their and others’ voice. They are adventurous and prefer loud music but still doesn’t mind singing slow ones. Despite their rude side, White likes to joke around and has a sweet tooth as they are mostly seen eating marshmallows. They’ll automatically loved anyone who give them some of it.|
If portray as a female, White has white hair that is tied into a ponytail. They wears a purple T-shirt and skirt with a short grey jacket on top along with a pair of dark grey jacket.
If portray as a male, White has shorter white hair and wears purple shorts instead of a skirt.
Either way, they would always wear a pair of wireless earphones and has bandages wrapped around their neck, arms and legs. One wrapped around their right eye; underneath is a scar.
White is a private voicebank and currently only have a CV voicebank. A VCV is currently being made.
White is meant to sound like a non-Japanese speaker. Their nationality has been remained undisclosed, so what accent they has is not known.
• White is meant to sound like a non-Japanese native speaker.
• Their name last name Kagami (鏡) means "mirror" in Japanese. Thus, their name would translate to "white mirror". This is a reference to their white hair.
• They are designed to be a delinquent robot.
• White was originally going to be a female but was changed because due to her creator, they doesn’t sound like one.
• It is technically correct yet not at the same time to call them a “she” or “he” as they don’t actually have a specific gender.