Disclaimer: As the Brothers Grimm are indeed two people instead of one, it may be necessary to use sources of them individually as well as a whole.
Pre-Review Historical Bio: The Brothers Grimm are, respectfully, the eldest Jacob Grimm (born in 1785) and the younger Wilhelm Grimm (born in 1786) who lived within the boundaries of Germany with their poor, but loving parents. The two brothers spent majority of their lives together, and worked and learn well with each other; Jacon and Wilhelm were practically synchronized twins (saved for a few mental and health differences between them). After working hard and passing the rough years of high school in Kassel, the Grimm Brothers then applied (in separate years) at the University of Marburg for legal studies. At the university, the brothers met the inspirational professor Friedrich Von Savigny, who opened to their eyes to the history of past cultures; sparking their interests immediately. Years later, driven by their interests in the country's legends and folklore, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm traveled about Germany to listen to many of its tales, which were told and passed down by mouth, before writing them into a collection of two novels each published in the early to mid 1800s. The stories were persevered in their original state and had footnotes throughout on behalf on the research work done by Jacob Grimm, while a good portion of those very stories were edited and retold into a separate book by Wilhelm Grimm to better suit them for young children. The two brothers took jobs at the University of Gottingen, some even as a professor, for about seven years before they resigned after joining a signing protest at the king. The Grimm Brothers then moved into Berlin in the early 1840s, where they worked on their next greatest contribution: several volumes for the complete German dictionary; not only defining each word, but also describing the word's uses and its deep origin and history. However, only a small portion of the dictionary set was completed before both brothers succumbed to death (Wilhelm's in 1859 and Jacob's in 1863). Generations of scholars who were devoted to the Grimm Brothers continued to work on the task they started; completing the full 16 volume dictionary set almost a century later. People around the world would forever cherish the preserved stories the two brothers had collected, and even a few would walk down the path the stories were told; along the famous Fairy Tale Road.
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Eyecon Color: Dark Green
Eyecon Code: 14
Damashii (Face) Symbol: An open book.
Transformation Jingle: "Tengan! Grimm! Mega Ulord!" ..... "Fighting Pen!"
Eyecon first obtained: This eyecon, along with four other eyecons, was already created and obtained by Saionji much prior to its debut in the series. After the eyecon scattered after the first wish and gathering, this eyecon along with one other was taken by Jabel before they were reluctantly given to Alan (who later becomes Kamen Rider Necrom).
Grimm Ghost appearance: This parka ghost is a deep dark green jacket with thick white trimming lined with diamonds along the bottom and sleeves. It also has dark green eyes, two inkwells adorned on its shoulders, two noodle-like arms with fountain pen nibs at the ends (which can stored on the inkwells on its shoulders), a large jacket flaps resembling an open book and another fountain pen nib as its ghostly tail. More of the diamond pattern are found along the hood with yet another fountain pen design on top with a upward extension on the hood, presumably represents an inkdrop.
Necrom Grimm Damashii is equipped with two fountain pen kunai (throwing knife/dagger) for short range combat, but the weapons could be thrown or controlled (via vine like movements) for a limited mid-range attacks.
Weapon of Choice: Fountain pen kunais
* Transformation phrase in the Ghost Driver: "Kaigan! Grimm!" ... "Kokoro no doa! Kraku dowa!"
"That was an unexpected plot twist, especially for a debut before the new month even began. Anyway, for our next story, we'll look into a shaman queen and mysterious ruler of an unmapped Japanese land: Queen Himiko of Yamatai."
Which new chapter would open up next?...