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Mario Fuwa (不破マリオ (ふわまりお)) is a voicebank for the UTAU program.


The barista of a cat café, often seen working in that place. Contrary to popular belief, he is easily approachable, but he would rather keep to close friends.

People who are close to Mario have commented about him acting like a big brother figure. That aside, he’s also very blunt with what he says and does not give a care about whether one is offended.

Etymology details

  • Name: Fuwa (不破) - Discord. Mario (マリオ) - Hammer.
  • Type: UTAUloid (ウタウロイド) - Mario doesn't belong to any specific designation.
  • Other: Makkun (マックン) - His nickname.

Character details

  • Description: Short dark-brown hair. Blue eyes and a pale complexion. Mario is a qilin/kirin, as shown by his horns and tail. His gender is fluid. He is said to be 20 years old, but outside sources imply he is much older than that. 5'8" tall, weight currently unknown
  • Outfit: Red-mahogany outfit.
  • Likes: Cats, warm showers, peaceful places
  • Dislikes: Large workloads, awkward conversations, chaos, his tail being pulled


  • Maria Fuwa - Twin sister. Is often the target for Maria's shenanigans.

Voicebank details

Voicebank Reclist Range Description DL
OPULENCE+ Japanese VCV-CV-VC TBA "Multiexpression voicebank, 14 pitches." DL
SOLAETER Japanese VCV-CV-VC TBA "Normal voicebank, 4 pitches." DL
AUSTERE Japanese VCV-CV-VC TBA "Soft voicebank, 4 pitches." DL
RESOLUTE Japanese VCV-CV-VC TBA "Power voicebank, 4 pitches." DL

Terms of Use

All the provisions below shall be applied to the voicebank:

  • R-18 Content Allowed? Permission Not Required
  • Commercial Use of Voicebank Allowed? Permission Required
  • Commercial Use of Character Allowed? Permission Required
  • Do these terms apply to derivative characters/voices? Derivatives of any sort are forbidden
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  • Mario originally started out as a derivative character of Maria Fuwa. Originally, he wasn't meant to be created until his voicer realized that Maria could use a complimentary vocal to sing along with.