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- "Let's bring home the bacon, y'all! Viva la revolution!"
- — Fret
Fret (フレット Furetto) is a player, a member of the Wicked Twisters, and a main character in NEO: The World Ends with You. His group also consists of Rindo, Nagi and Sho Minamimoto. He is Rindo's classmate from high school.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Fret is a boy with blue eyes and brown hair with blond highlights. His hair is styled in an undercut with most of it brushed away from his face, save for a small section he lets fall down at the front. His outfit consists of a white shirt, black vest, gray scarf, red plaid capris, and white shoes. He accessorizes with a black and white wristband, as well as a white, beaded necklace, a thin black choker, two white earrings, and a golden earring with two crossing arrows.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Fret is described as happy-go-lucky and easy-going. Fret boasts the ability to get along with just about anyone and enjoys talking to people. While he styles himself as a natural conversationalist, he prefers to keep things light, subconsciously avoiding subjects that are too serious. He enjoys walking around town with his buddy Rindo.
Story[edit | edit source]
NEO: The World Ends with You[edit | edit source]
On a regular day in Shibuya with Rindo, they are forced into the Reapers' Game. While Rindo was hesitant and confused, Fret is enthusiastic. Fret named the Wicked Twisters after a song from a band he likes, and nominated Rindo as leader due to his easy-going attitude.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
Nagi[edit | edit source]
Nagi as a very perceptive person notices Fret's subconcious avoidance of serious topics and dislikes him for being disingenuous.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- "Hey, can't spell "confusion" without "fun", right?"
- "Really grinds my gears that those liars are still winning."
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Fret could possibly be named after a guitar fret.
|Rindo • Fret • Nagi • Sho Minamimoto • Susukichi • Tsugumi Matsunae|