Based on the song Wishing by Flock of Seagulls, for some reason music is able to get me in a writing mood, yay.

It's a late night, and Batou and the Major are comfortably holed up in a crummy hotel. He works for Section One, and they have been dating for seven months.

Though he looks imposing, he has a tsundere personality, being known for his warm heart, sense of humor, and love for animals.

Enemies She identifies herself as containing "Motoko Kusanagi" elements, along with Project 2501, the Puppetmaster. he said. Motoko Kusanagi, Togusa, Daisuke Aramaki, Saito, Ishikawa, Paz, Borma, Tachikomas, Yoko Kabayuki Batou loses his temper and impulsively calls up Section 9 Chief Aramaki, demanding an explanation for Yano's death, then storms off announcing (in the English translation), "That… Koil is dead meat!

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Batou's limbs are all prosthetic; despite the fact that exercise provides negligible benefit, Batou enjoys jogging and weightlifting as a hobby. Although her proficiency with the artificial body is highly advanced, she is still haunted by the childhood memories of her own inability to master the more subtle intricacies of its operation – emotions she hides beneath her stoic demeanor. Family Gabriel (Pet dog) Cyberisation.

I do not own Motoko or Batou or Ghost in the shell. Powers/Skills In Innocence, he is also seen with a compact S&W pistol and a small semiautomatic shotgun. Sign up. Rest of the scene is drawn very well I must say. When Batou is required to leave in order to continue his investigation, Gabriel is left in the care of Togusa and his family. Batou originally appeared in the manga authored by Masamune Shirow, serialized in Kodansha's "Young Magazine Pirate Edition" from 1989 to 1991. And if you know me for five minutes, that’s 80 percent of my personality!" Buttestsu, The Ranger

While the backlash prevented governments from exploiting this new foundry of weapons, technology rose to prominence. He is a former JGSDF ranger and a member of Section 9, being Major Motoko Kusanagi's second-in-command and best friend. Explore.


[2], Stand Alone Complex character designer Hajime Shimomura said that Batou's image was based on the Minotaur.[5]. Set after the events of Solid State Society.

Experiment with DeviantArt’s own digital drawing tools. When Batou accidentally crashes Motoko's panel while trying to contact her, he experiences intense pain since he is receiving stimulation for organs and bodily parts which he does not possess.

In Solid State Society, Batou drives a yellow Ford GT with black racing stripes.

In the sequel, a person known as Motoko Aramaki appears. Her sub-brain can access any kind of computer network on the Earth. 3. Unlike S.A.C., where in a similar situation Batou spares the life of an ex-C.I.A.

Occupation Anti-Hero, Mechanically Modified Brute, Officials. motoko x batou < > Most recent. However, he is actually far from it; he's the best hacker in Section 9 after the Major and Ishikawa, has a base grounding in sociology, religion, politics (even if he doesn't usually care, it's clear that he understands it when he explains things to Togusa), and is more than capable of keeping up with the Major in advanced philosophical debate, though his stances tend to be more empirical and down-to-earth. Twenty years later, the little one known as Eve Dallas is asking for her help on a case.

That really tugs at the strings in my heart. P.S I really enjoyed convalesance I hope you don't mind me writing a continuation.

JSGDF Ranger (formerly), Second-in-command of Section 9

Batou considers this "a new record.". Hey, what episode is it in Ghost In The Shell; Stand Alone Complex that we really start to see their attraction for one another? Later in the series, the Tachikomas' AI starts to develop rapidly, which is attributed to a mutation in a protein chip caused by Batou's oil. However, in the Ghost in the Shell movie he appears more stoic and silent than his TV and manga counterpart.