Common Bottlenose Dolphin/Season 2
|Common Bottlenose Dolphin|
|Common Bottlenose Dolphin||Season 2||Festival (Costume)||Pavilion||KF3||Nexon Game|
Common Bottlenose Dolphin is very playful and acrobatic, but will often ask for a reward after performing a trick in front of an audience. If not given a reward, she will often pressure the person until she gets a reward. She is also very picky about the rewards she wants to receive after performing certain tasks.
Role in the Plot
Common Bottlenose Dolphin is first seen playing a ball with California Sea Lion, jumping and kissing the ball, and passes praises and a Japari Bun to each other in turn. When California Sea Lion is bored by the repetitive play, she suggests to find Orca, only to be interrupted by Kyururu, Serval and Caracal. The pair of marine Friends greet and wave at the trio and asks for rewards from them. After listening to Kyururu's wish to find the scene in the sketchbook, the two marine Friends rows the boat the trio have boarded to a spot in the sea, and dive with Kyururu to explore the sunken performance stage underneath, showing her telepathic ability of speaking underwater to Kyururu.
However, once back on the boat, the pair of marine Friends slacks off playing with the ball, and they would only row the trio back ashore after getting a reward from Kyururu. Common Bottlenose Dolphin is excited at the toy improvised by Kyururu, and plays it by diving and kissing the attached buoy. She rescues a Serval who is falling into the sea, and afterwards thanks the trio for giving them a wonderful missing feeling, along with encouragement and motivation from their claps. They then rows the boat on the return trip. As the sky turns orange, the pair receives the gift of them performing in a full stage. Common Bottlenose Dolphin promises to be at the aid of the trio whenever they finds the pair again, and waves as the trio leave. At the end of the day, she wants to play with the toy Kyururu left her with Orca, but California Sea Lion leaves that for the time when the sea "has a better mood".
She appears in Kyururu's dream and points out the existence of underwater celliens, which leads him to theorize that underwater volcanic eruptions lead to Cellien appearances.
They play a game involving passing a ball back and forth to satisfy their boredom, and often ask for rewards after performing a task.