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This article is partially or fully comprised of content from Magical Vacation. Due to the fact that there is no official English translation of this game, the translations are instead derived from magicalpatcher's English patch, found here at Romhacking.net. Please keep in mind that these translations may or may not be accurate to the original Japanese version of the game.

"Grieve all you want, but bad-mouthing the murderer won't bring this dolt back to life. What's dead is dead. Guess it can't be helped, eh?"

Tiramisu is a character in Magical Vacation. He is a puppet who runs the lodge at Oturan Village in the Light Realm, and is a user of blade magic.

Profile[edit | edit source]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Tiramisu is apathetic and cold, feeling virtually nothing when it comes to topics such as death. It is possible that he was happier before a certain incident took place, and eventually became deeply nihilistic afterwards.[1]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

His body is made of beige wood, with purple eyes, long green dreadlocks, hoop ears, and a star-shaped mark on his forehead. For clothing, Tiramisu wears a yellow vest, orange gloves, and baggy green pants decorated with stars. He also wears a pair of purple shoes.[1]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Early life[edit | edit source]

200 years ago, Tiramisu and his brother Mousse went on an adventure, which ended in tragedy after Mousse fell from a cliff and fractured his heart. Tiramisu brought his immobile brother back to Oturan Village and begged for the townspeople to help, but all they did was blame Mousse for being clumsy, remarking how every puppet would die eventually. As the crowd left, Mousse apologized to Tiramisu before dying in his arms. For the next 200 years, Tiramisu murdered residents of Oturan Village overnight, then left their corpses out in the open at dawn.

Magical Vacation[edit | edit source]

When the party was in Oturan Village, chief Chiffon promised to give them an ukuru's feather to access the Wetsomus Ruins, but advised they wait until morning. They stopped by the lodge and met Tiramisu, upon which Mousse's motionless body caught their attention. Before they could touch it, Tiramisu shouted to keep their hands off, explaining to them how Mousse's heart was fractured two centuries ago. Complying with the innkeeper, the party let Mousse be and went to bed.

Waking up to eerie silence the next morning, the students exited the lodge and saw a figure swiftly retreat, leaving a dead puppet in its place. Villagers gathered around the crime scene and declared there had been another murder, shocking everyone including Chiffon's granddaughter Mille-feuille. Tiramisu showed up as well, expressing no sorrow over the dead puppet. With little time to grieve, Mille-feuille carried out Chiffon's promise to the party, handing them an ukuru's feather and leading them to the Wetsomus Ruins' base. Arriving there, Mille-feuille was met by Tiramisu, who asked how she felt about the recent incident. Mille-feuille voiced her distress, to which Tiramisu claimed that her emotions meant she possessed an earnest heart. He then ordered Mille-feuille to relinquish her heart, hoping that it could be used to reanimate his brother. Suddenly, Tiramisu reached his hand into Mille-feuille chest cavity, but the students rushed in before her heart could be torn out. As Tiramisu warped up to the Wetsomus Ruins, Mille-feuille stood back up and asked resumed guiding the students.

After reaching the ruins' end and taking down the snowhair, Tiramisu entered the scene. Mille-feuille begged for them to discuss the situation in private, to Ganache's approval, no longer wanting to pry into the puppets' personal affairs. Having proven Tiramisu to be the puppet-killer, Kirsche wanted him to be handed over to Chiffon. However, Mille-feuille resisted, stating transgressors of Oturan Village were pelted with stones and beaten to death. She lamented how puppets resolved everything with conflict and violence, to which Tiramisu walked back to Oturan, ordering Mille-feuille to meet at the lodge. To the students' concern, she followed.

At the base of the ruins, Tiramisu watched Mille-feuille hurry to Oturan and wondered why she agreed to follow him. Just then, Ganache emerged and grilled Tiramisu on his intentions, vowing to claim his life if he were to endanger Mille-feuille. Tiramisu promptly summoned a blade spirit, forcing Ganache to summon a dark spirit in response. A chase ensued, wherein Ganache struck Tiramisu with magic and fatally wounded him. Tiramisu made his way back to the lodge, where Mille-feuille and the party soon discovered him collapsed near Mousse. In his last moments, he pleaded for Mousse to have his heart, and died in Mille-feuille's arms. The students then confronted Ganache, who did not realize his magic sealed the Tiramisu's fate. Ganache ran off in a panic, and as the tension settled, Mille-feuille took charge as the new innkeeper of Oturan Village.[1]

Nomenclature[edit | edit source]

His name comes from tiramisu, a coffee-flavored desert from Italy.

Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Flag of Japan.svg Japanese ティラミス Tiramisu

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Tiramisu is the only NPC in the game who is seen summoning a spirit outside of battle.
  • A recurring joke in the Magical Vacation community involves a line from the English fan translation, in which Tiramisu exclaims, "You're a foolish boy… All those who laughed at me… They're all died now… Edgy!" This quote became infamous due to the jarring typo accompanied by the name "Edgy", the fan translation's renaming of the blade spirit Slash.
    • A more refined translation would be, "「バカなボウヤだ・・・・。オレのことを笑ったヤツは・・・・みんな死んだ・・・・。スラッーーーーーーーシュ!!" ("Stupid boy… Every one of those scum who laughed at me… They've all died… SLAAASH!!")

References[edit | edit source]

Party ProtagonistPistachioAranciaGanacheKirschePecheBlueberryLemonLatteCassisCiderSesameChocolatCabernetOliveCandyChappyPotPucine the 4thDodoRicebirdPookaGummy FrogPuttyBrownMagic doll
Characters MadeleineBiscottiChardonnayVanillaBalsamicoPizzaVolcaneraTiramisuMousseMille-feuilleChiffonMeloneTortillaTarteTatinGateauParmesanQuattro FormaggiDab HasnelGrenadinePeabee AnjayMaceCinnamonGingerNectarMuskCocoaRad HasnelShallotKleinBlackcurrantEquillekrewKerendu
Spirits FireWindPoisonBeautyBladeSoundStoneInsectWoodBeastWaterThunderAncientDarkLightLove
Material Realm Will-o'-Wisp AcademyValencia Beach
Light Realm Mimolette ForestForest CaveOturan VillageWetsomus RuinsRicebird FieldsRicebird SpringsGreen Tea VillageCold Honey PalaceRekcarc QuarryVille de SourisTour de la RocheUfot VillageIko Domnag
Dark Realm Spollacs Swamp EdgeMasala Chai VillageIce IslandGelato CaveTapioca Tea VillageEcir ThicketMuy Mot DesertOpopmat CaveAkvavit CastleEnigma ForestTreeman's ColonyOsim VillageEastern ForestMt. MorbierAbos VillageSpollacs SwampBrownie CavernToptoh Mines
Abyssal Realm The Great RockGazpacho VillageTandooriThe BadlandsMay VillagePyramidArkoAbyssal CorridorEarth of DarknessDespair SwampDrazzig GrottoRevival Chamber
Bonus dungeons Garam MasalaTuoekatYekrut
Gameplay CombatMagicItemsEquipmentStickersLink Mode
Menu BiraBestiaryMagic notebook
Corporate NintendoBrownie Brown
Staff Nobuyuki InoueShigeru MiyamotoShinichi KameokaTsukasa Masuko
Other Media
Guidebooks Magical Vacation Complete GuideMagical Vacation: A Mysterious World
Manga The Day Before the Seaside School