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    Klug
    "The sun was in my eyes."
    Gender: Male
    Type: Obnoxious Nerd
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Mie Sonozaki (Japanese)
    Thessaly Lerner (Puyo Puyo Fever)
    Edward Bosco (English voice since Puyo Puyo Tetris)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Puyo Puyo


    Klug (Japanese: クルーク) is a character from the Puyo Puyo games. He idolizes Lemres and thinks that one day his own magic will be recognized as powerful as Lemres's. Of course, he's one of the students at Primp Magic School.

    Why The Sun Should Not Be In His Eyes

    1. To start things off, Klug is seen as an obnoxious student who has a massive ego that comes with a prideful, snobbish, and rude personality.
    2. Ironically Klug sees himself as a genius, but he's easily prone to overestimate his own knowledge. For example, Puyo Puyo's 20th Anniversary depicts a scene where Klug is unable to give Sig an answer to how his hand became red.
      • Another example would be how he contradicts his role as an honors student by not paying attention in class and renewing the Tome of Sealing from the Primp Town Library so he can keep it in his possession.
    3. Can easily be flustered as he does not take comebacks to his insults well and even goes as using flattery or doing favors in order to win approval from authorities like Ms. Accord and Lemres who the latter happens to be his idol.
    4. Because of his personality consisting of his ego, he's a bit of a coward and is not even quick to admit his mistakes/take criticism. He never considers nor realizes how he's not infallible as he seems to think.
      • In Puyo Pop Fever 1, he wastes his time gloating and looking down on Amitie and Raffina instead of actually getting the missing Flying Cane, which proves he can be careless and unattentive a la Chuck, Red & Jay from the Angry Birds Trailers.
    5. Despite being a genius, his decisions often turn out to be hasty. He thinks he can do anything that he believes will give him more magical prowess, abilities, or big approval from others.
      • In Puyo Puyo 15th Anniversary, he makes a wish that his success as a wizard be published as a 16-page being spread in the Monthly Kuromage magazine which even Ms. Accord and Popoi think that his wish is way too specific
    6. As expected from a student with an ego, he sometimes treats others like crap. Take Amitie for example, who is a kind young girl. Klug in return mocks her personality (to be fair, Amitie sees that Klug's remarks go over her or be misinterpreted, but still, it's very immature of him to do regardless)
      • Speaking of Amitie, he in Puyo on Stage attempted to direct her into triggering a 5-chain with his nagging thus leading Amitie to lose a match.
      • Another one would be Akuma. He keeps renewing his book which annoys Akuma. It even goes to the point that Akuma feels concerned about Klug being obsessed with the book.
    7. His voice can be a pain to listen to. Especially those with sensitive hearing.
    8. He worships Lemres like he's one of the panthea of gods. This makes Klug become obsessed with him, which also spawned beef between Klug and another one who is just as obsessed.
    9. When you have to defeat him in a Puyo match to get information from him in the game, he does explain albeit half of the time he words it in a way that sounds so vague and not exactly useful. Even Sig called him out in Amitie and the Mysterious Egg.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. He does get some karma as he has been picked on before like Raffina and Feli.
    2. His voice, despite being annoying, can be pretty funny to listen to and leads to some humorous moments.
    3. Despite him being a jerk, he does not always have bad intentions.
    4. He mellowed out in more recent titles. In Puyo on Stage, he does nothing to incur anyone's wrath.
    5. His appearance as Strange Klug looks cool. Even Strang Klug's voice is tolerable.
    6. His design can be considered cute.
    7. Occasionally he'll stand up for others, like in Act 9 of Puyo Puyo Tetris, where he refuses to tell Schezo about Sig's whereabouts while the former is hunting him for his red arm.

    Trivia

    • As mentioned RQ#4, Klug is German for someone wise/smart/intelligent.
    • His birthday is on September 29th.
    • He appears to be a spiritual successor to Schezo Wegey from the original Puyo Puyo series as the two have similar bases in dark magic and awkward personalities.
    • Ms. Accord refers to Klug with the honorific さん (san) rather than くん (kun). This is likely to acknowledge Klug's desire to be treated as an adult rather than a child, as female teachers typically refer to male students with くん and female students with さん.‏‎

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