|Relatives||Ryoma Kurogane (Father) † |
Itsuki Kurogane (Son)
Ouma Kurogane (Grandson)
Ikki Kurogane (Grandson)
Shizuku Kurogane (Granddaughter)
|Status||Unknown (Likely Deceased)|
Genma Kurogane is the former Head of the Kurogane Household, he is also the son of the Legendary Blazer, Ryoma Kurogane, the famous War Hero who won WWII for Japan and is the father of the current Head of the Kurogane Household, Itsuki Kurogane. Genma is the grandfather of Ouma, Ikki, and Shizuku Kurogane.
Genma's appearance is unknown.
Genma is a proud member of the Kurogane Family, who follows the ideals of the family very strictly. He attempted to enforce these ideals on other members of the family and despises those that don't follow them. Genma even betrayed his own father, showing having little mercy or compassion and is described as being a rightmost wing of the moderate faction. He is also very cruel and unloving, treating badly both his father and son. Genma has also shown no compassion for the desires or needs of his own child as he and the other elders forced their ideas on Itsuki before he was old enough to think for himself.
Genma Kurogane is the son of Ryoma Kurogane, the Head of the Kurogane Household, and a Legendary Blazer who participated in WW II. Ryoma, however, opposed the strict nature of the Kurogane, his ideas, which diverged from those of the family. This lead to Genma, along with the support of the elders of the family, overthrew Ryoma and half-exiled him from the family. Genma was then made the Head of the Kurogane Family.
Genma also had a single child, his son Itsuki Kurogane. Genma and the elders forced their strict idealogies on Itsuki, causing him to become the strict person he is today. Itsuki eventually gained the position of the Head of the Family, with Genma likely dying.
Genma's abilities are unknown, though he likely possesses considerable abilities, due to being a member of the highly esteemed Kurogane Family. He possibly used the signature style of the Kuroganes', the Kyokujitsu Isshin-ryuu swordsmanship, if he wielded a blade.