Odd that I am writing an entry about myself, but I guess I should keep things consistent. For starters, I am over 20,000 years old, and yet do not look a day over 12. Being the greatest scientific genius in the universe, I have made so many things including the Soujya, Ryoko, Ryo-Ohki, and Fuku.
Back in the day, I lived in the Graduate School of the Galaxy Academy where I fell in love had my first child. However, because he was from a noble family and I was not, he and my child were taken from me. But it gets better, one day after creating one of my best creations, my assistant decides to confine me within' the Souja; only to be freed 5,000 years later by Mihoshi. I decided to stay with Tenchi and do all my wonderful experiments in the Masaki Household.
My bond with Ryoko is like a mother-daughter relationship, except she has no privacy because I know what she is thinking. Though I have some invested interest in Ryoko, I am very fond of Tenchi as well. Able to create three wings of the light-hawk is something you don't see everyday. So Tenchi has become my favorite guinea pig.
I tend to stay in my lab making portals, improving everyday things, and making new discoveries. Though some of my inventions tend to backfire in some way, I can usually solve any puzzle that comes across.
After achieving so many things, even creating the Internet your using, I decided to leave Washington D.C. to Japan to search and analyze my theory on magical power. For a side job, I teach science at a local school.
If you are wondering how I can fit a giant lab into a very small space (beneath the staircase), the answer is Subspace. My lab consists of five planets; the main one at the center surrounded by the other four, which are linked by orbital elevators (you might have seen Ayeka use one). I've built it long ago, and when I moved into the Masaki Household, all I had to do is make a door for it.
What are those Ryoko and Ryo-Ohki dolls doing in my computer?
They are internal circuits. Each Ryo-Ohki represents millions of molecular level Ryo-Ohkis. when a micro Ryo-Ohki raises her hand, it represents "0" in binary language, then one communicates with the next forming the circuit. Ryoko represents a bug in the system.
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