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|Kanji Name||藍島 ノエル|
|Romaji Name||Aijima Noeru|
|Game Debut||Seduced in the Sleepless City|
|Skills||Fluent in six languages (Japanese, English, Irish, German, French, Italian)|
Noel Aijima is a selectable character from the game Seduced in the Sleepless City.
Noel's father is Japanese who runs the Aijima company, his mother is Irish. After the divorce, Noel had lived in Ireland with his mother for years while his dad worked in Japan. When his skills as a driver was apparent, his father came and removed him from his mother to work for him as a commercial value. This caused him to bitterly hate his father for doing that while his dad secretly had done it for his former wife's sake.
In the party version, Noel's father, Harrison MacBeal, is Irish and his mother is Japanese. His mother is deceased and his father never came to pay his respects which lead him to despise his father. But in this version, his father actually does care and regretted his choice for choosing work over family and tries to repair his relationship with Noel.
Both versions have Noel formerly attending a Switzerland boarding school along with the other VIPs.
Noel has short layered blond hair and bluish green eyes.
- Casual Attire: Noel wears a teal and white ombré shirt, long gray pants and light blue shoes with dark blue lining. He also wears a necklace with a ring on it.
- Race Car Driver Attire: Coming soon...
- Formal Attire: Coming soon...
Noel's personality is indifferent at first, but as you get to know him he slowly opens up until he shows you a very sweet side of himself.
He is the quiet person to everybody but shows his emotions on his face to his close friends. He prefers to show love by acting on it then saying it like "I love you" constantly.
Noel is shown still struggling with his Japanese language skill, saying that Japanese is hard to learn because there are so many Japanese words like hiragana, katakana, and kanji. Other guys casually correct him everytime he says it wrong.
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