The King
The king
Real World
Debut: Holiday Star
Theme: Court of the Queen
Character Voice: N/A
Heartful Stats
Hatchday: March 3rd, 2163
Gender: Male
Species: Button Quail
Occupation: King
Also known as

Ousama (王さま), literal translation 'The King' is a Holiday Star exclusive character, appearing in the last two stories in the game.

The King's appearance is very different from that of the main cast; he is represented via watercolor drawings rather than a photo of a real bird. He is birdlike in appearance, wearing regal robes adorned with expensive-looking badges and a crown.

He is very childish and refers to himself in the third person, as though narrating a book.

Holiday Star

The Day the Night Slept (Before)

When he appears, the King always has a background fanfare playing. In the beginning, he gave the main character and Nageki quests to keep his kingdom in 'peace' such as taking care of the restaurant in which the visitor never come back, the problem in the garden during a tea party and also the rain in mount pudding that can cause his kingdom to be wet. After each task save for the last one, he gave them a gemstone. After the third task, he keeps on asking for Nageki's planisphere which he refused to give as what the conductor in the train said. But eventually he gave one of the gemstone on the planisphere.

The Day the Night Slept (After)

Carve it into your soul, kid!
Major plot spoilers follow.

The King is the ruler and creator of the Holiday Star. The Holiday Star itself, according to the Migrant, is a false star that uses its light to attracts wandering souls.

The King a bird-like creature that deforms and changes color when agonized. In chapter four of Holiday Star, it is revealed that the King doesn't allow anyone to leave the Holiday Star once they arrive, instead forcing them to merge with him, becoming one. When new birdies arrive on the Holiday Star, he separates them into different 'rooms,' giving each picture book that reminds them of the suffering they face in the real world, in an attempt to convince them to stay in his fantasy world.

During chapter 4, the King reveals that he wants to "befriend" (trap and absorb) all of the Pigeonations crew except for Nageki, whom he reviles for undisclosed reasons.

With the hints from the Migrant and help from Yuuya, the main character and Nageki manage to find and convince their friends to help them break out of the King's fantasy. When confronted in his throne room, the King reveals a new form, growing dozens of disfigured heads, representing the souls he has absorbed.

It is revealed, via the King's Picture Book and flashbacks, that in life the King was a depressed quail with no hope for the future, who wished constantly for death but lacked the will to commit suicide. One day, he met another birdie whom he felt truly understood him - his first real friend. The two grew close, and eventually the King's friend convinced him to join him in a suicide pact, claiming that the two would leave the world together and be with each other forever. However, after the King overdosed on the medication his friend had brought, his friend revealed he had no intention of dying with the King, and treated him callously in his final moments, calling the King pathetic and leaving him to die alone.

It can be surmised from the King's backstory and the picture book left in Professor Nanaki's room that the King is the original Nanaki Kazuaki, who was tricked into killing himself by Hitori so that Hitori could assume his identity and infiltrate St. Pigeonation's.

After the Pigeonations crew manages to temporarily incapacitate the King, Nageki slips past to attack the lighthouse - the source of the Holiday Star's power. There, he meets the King's true form, a black-and-white sketch of his normal appearance. The King claims he is doing all this to help everyone, so that they won't have to be sad and alone like he is. Nageki points out that by absorbing everyone he meets, the King is merely assuring that he will remain forever alone. The King's hatred of Nageki, it seems, is rooted in the knowledge that Nageki was like him but has learned how to move on - and, perhaps, the King also knows that Hitori deceived him in order to help Nageki.

In the story's aftermath, the King is taken under the Migrant's wing, and embraced by the birdies he had formerly absorbed. He is afraid and uncertain about what's to come, but is learning to accept the importance of moving on.

Spoilers end here.

Physical Description

The King looks like a yellow bird-like creature in his bird form, with a red crown and cape, with badgets, stars and rocks on it. The King can change his expression and even grow more heads depending on his current emotion. His head(s) can turn red, blue, or a combination of both, as well.

In his human form the King looks exactly like Kazuaki, with a red crown with yellow feathers and a cross on it, a blue t-shirt, white pants and brown long boots. He has a cape with lots of stars on it, and he appears to be holding a cane.

In his true form the King looks like a child's drawing of a bird and has a fake crown.

Personality and Traits

The King talks like a child and gets upset rather often, especially when people doesn't do what he tells them to do.


  • He is afraid of the rain.


Notes and References

  2. 2.0 2.1


Hiyoko Tosaka


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