Weiss is the school's doctor, taking care of students who have injuries or other ailments. It seems, though, that he has an unsavory past that he constantly atones for, a past connected to the child revolutionary Black. The two, along with Elenoa, work together in the name of revolution- and all 3 involve themselves in trying to solve the lapis corruption crisis.
In this game, he wields the white tear lapis.
Versa by onoken feat.彩羅 is his song.
IN THE STORY
Weiss first appears when Retsu has to go to the infirmary after spraining his wrist in P.E. Off-handedly bringing up the topic of corrupted lapises and attracting the suspicions of Fuga, his refusal to speak more on the subject and what he knows makes him a prime suspect for the case. He's not the culprit, though; when that eventually gets cleared up, he works with the Tsugidoka crew, specifically Fuga for a good part of the second half, to uncover the true culprit behind the second wave of corruptions.
- Weiss' birthday is on May 19th. He shares this with Lazuli.
- The white tear lapis is shared with Elenoa. This fits well since they're working together, hehe.
- In his 2P palette, Weiss wields the blue tear lapis.
- Retsu appears in his Win animation, and Black appears in his FEVER Win animation if he's unlocked. If he's not unlocked, only the Win animation will play regardless of if your Groove Gauge is full or not.
- Weiss' FEVER animation is a flashback of him rescuing Black from the lab where he was created. The doctor's left leg is shown to be a metal prosthetic starting a bit above the knee in this animation.
- Playing as or against Weiss will yield diamond effects in the background.
- Weiss was intended to be the character for 戦場のアップデート according to an early banner for the song, also showing him with a different portrait. The song would eventually go to Elenoa instead.
- "Weiß" is German for "white", corresponding to his lapis color and contrasting with Black and his name. Since it's read as "vaisu" in Japanese, this plus his song name is a play on "vice versa".
I'm not putting the eszett for every instance of this man's name. I'm just not. And if anyone reads it as Weib I will end them.
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