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Vulcan Raerutiosu
Vulcan Raerutiosu
Kanji

バルカン ラエルティオス

Rōmaji

Burukan Raerutiosu

Characteristics
Gender

Male

Age

17-18

Height

187 cm

Weight

75 kg

Birthday

25 August

Horoscope

Virgo

Blood Type

B

Family

Two Grandparents
Father
Mother
Older sister
Younger brother

Education
High School

3rd year

Foreign U-17 Camp

Greece U-17

Tennis
Dominant Arm

Right

Media
Manga Debut

Golden Age 188

Mr. Hermes, unlike you, I am quite interested in this oriental island country they call Cipangu. Their concept of freedom of thought and other different paradigms are quite intriguing.
— Vulcan to Hermes


Background

Vulcan is a High School Representative for the Greece U-17. A philosopher at heart, he prefers to look at things from various angles. His best style is playing smart. A man of logic who hides his burning passion within.

Will it be a victory or a loss! The philosopher of the tennis paradoxes.

Appearance

Like all the other Greek players, he resembles famous Greek statues.

Personality

He makes a minor appearance in the manga but he is interested in Japanese culture.

U-17 World Cup

Group League

He makes a brief appearance when the doubles team, Thalatta Heracles and Papadopoulos Evangelos, lose. He never plays a match.

Playing Styles & Techniques

The god of fire holds interest in switching between paradigms and free thought with the Japanese players. By asking his opponents to choose between two difficult options, he uses the philosophical tennis as a strategy.

According the Official Fanbook Volume 23.5, he is a right handed all-rounder.

Trivia

Other Trivia

  • Vulcan is the god of fire including the fire of volcanoes, metalworking, and the forge in ancient Roman religion and myth.
  • Vulcan's Chinese name is written as 伏尔甘·拉尔修, which translates to Vulcan Laertius.

Personal Information

  • Hobby: Reading philosophical books
  • Favorite food: Slipper lobster

Messages to Vulcan

  • Volk: We talked before the dinner after the interchange matches and it was worth paying attention to their Greek philosophy. It’s an example the pros of the next generation should follow.
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