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Kennari is a side character that made his first appearance in Kanashi's Origins. He is Amai's father and Kanashi's uncle.

Appearance

Kennari is a fox-like monster with orange-red fur, yellow eyes, and two tails, similar to his nephew, Kanashi. He wears a light grey blouse, brown pants, and the same color boots.

After the fatal night when only he and Kanshi survived, it was shown that ends of fur became grey. Thus, we can assume that these events happened a long time ago and Kennari grew old. His clothes also changed and now he wears the light blue blouse with diamonds on its sides and brown pants.

Personality

He seems to be a sociable, brave, and kind monster. In addition to this, Kennari is seen to be smart and if needed, he can be very serious. Kanashi's origins didn't reveal much more about his personality.

History

Glitchtale Origins... Kanashi Fukitsu

Kennari comes to visit his brother with his daughter, Amai. Amai and Kanashi play in the forest the whole day and the playful duo manages to forget about their toys, resulting in leaving their toys there.

After some time in the evening, they remember their forgotten items and beg Kennari to help them find their lost toys. Kanashi and his uncle head to where they had lost their stuff, thankfully finding it. After some time, a green glow emerges, and Kennari seeing commotion that ends with the slaughter of two elders of the village, where one of them dropped the basket of carrots after getting brutally slaughtered.

Kennari, with Kanashi in his arms, runs to village and realizes that their family is inside the shield, eventually forcing them to see their loved ones dying.

At the end of the animation, Kennari was seen comforting his nephew, who had suffered a nightmare.

Trivia

  • Kennari, after the incident with Miasma, gained a higher rank at the Pacienco military army.
  • Kennari is Kanashi's last surviving relative.
  • Kennari is an Icelandic word, which means "Teacher".

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