Nami Kojima

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Nami Kojima is a human from Japan.

Fiction[edit | edit source]

Leina Stol in Wolf Sword Legend OVA[edit | edit source]

Voice actor: Rica Fukami

A pupil at a girls' school in Tokyo, Nami suffered from depression and became obsessed with the legend of Tide Tyrant and the book The Three Girls of Aileas. As a result she became ostracised from the rest of her class. However, the arrival of Leina Haruka gave her hope; while the new arrival was perplexed by Nami's familiar greeting and belief that she was part of the prophecy she was more sympathetic than the others in the class. Nami was able to befriend Leina and tell her more of the story of Tide Tyrant, before classmate Yuko Sano went missing on a shopping trip. The pair went back to the school to find out more before finding out that Tide Tyrant had taken the form of their teacher Mr. Sonada. He attacked them, taking control of Nami, but this revived Leina's memories of her real identity - Leina Stol. She retrieved the Wolf Sword and was able to defeat Tide Tyrant. Nami was left with no memories of the events, but her depression also vanished and she became friendlier with her peers once again. Leina Stol in Wolf Sword Legend I

Lightning Trap: Leina and Laika OVA[edit | edit source]

Voice actor: Yuri Amano

Nami joined Leina, Sara Yamada and Kyoko Yoshida on a trip from Tokyo to Paris onboard the Lightning L808. However, the flight was also transporting the advanced BIBLE Block and was targeted by Blue May. An explosion left Leina missing and Nami was very distressed. She lashed out at Laika Strange for risking her friend's life further by asking the girl to head to the plane's secondary cockpit, eventually guilting Laika into heading down to help her. After Zarik and Blue May were defeated she was happily reunited with Leina. Lightning Trap: Leina and Laika

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Nami is a clear reference to Kina from Machine Robo: Revenge of Cronos, retaining a version of the character's headband. Whether she is meant as some sort of reincarnation or if it's just a reference for fans is unclear.