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Anita Bellman is a 1st Year transfer student attending Class 1-C at Sakurazaki Academy. She is an NPC character in Gal*Gun: Double Peace and Gal*Gun 2.

Appearance[]

Anita has short blonde hair that ends above her shoulders. She has light blue eyes. She wears the 1st Year red summer uniform. She wears white tights.

Memo & Student Handbook[]

Memo

Gal*Gun: Double Peace[]

A transfer student from Sweden, she's having trouble settling in at the Academy. Slow and dim-witted, her friends ask her to run errands, but she never seems to get them right.

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Student Handbook Location

Her student handbook can be found at Courtyard 2, Episode 6-1.

All Clothing Locations

Uniform

Any route, Episode 2-1 (2F Stairway)

Gym Clothing

Any route, Episode 4-1 (Shoe Lockers)

Any route, Episode 5-2 (Cave 1)

Swimsuit

Gal*Gun 2[]

An easygoing transfer student from Sweden.

Rion Harusame keeps using her as a gofer, but Anita doesn't seem to mind. However, she almost always ends up getting her orders wrong, which may be her way of passive resistance.

But Rion herself usually compromises and accepts whatever Anita gets her.

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Any route, Episode 6-1 (Pool 2) 

Quotes[]

  • "This...is a Swedish greeting." (About to kiss)
  • "I want it..." (Kiss offer)
  • "Lazing around with you...sounds like fun" (Kiss accepted)
  • "No...?" (Kiss refused)
  • "Kiss my foot...!" (Kiss foot offer)
  • "Senpai...I'll open the Surströmming." (Kiss foot accept)

Trivia[]

  • "Bellman" is a name commonly used in Swedish jokes when there's a need for a random person to do a funny thing (e.g. "A Dane, a Norwegian and Bellman walk into a bar..."). Though, in a true "Bellmanhistoria" (en. "Bellman joke") he's often grouped with two foreigners and they make a bet which Bellman manages to win in some ridiculous way, alternatively he's paired with some authority figure like a police officer or a priest and he makes a fool out of them. While the jokes themselves have nothing to do with the famous 18th century Swedish poet Carl Michael Bellman, the jokes are believed to have originally been inspired by his person as he was know for his quick wits and drinking songs making him widely regarded as a court jester. Wikipedia


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