NecoJi is a Time Sweeper and member of the backup team who appears as a supporting character in Blinx 2: Masters of Time and Space. He contributed to the effort to gather fragments during the Big Crystal incident.
NecoJi's fur is grey that fades to a lighter shade at his tail rather than a white tip. NecoJi is the only Time Sweeper to have the same colour for his jacket and pants, both being green. He wears an orange beret-like hat with two accessories: a bright green triangle and a smaller orange triangle. Orange lens goggles are worn around his neck rather than on his forehead. His ears are pointed and lean to his right.
NecoJi comes off as the most laidback and mellow of the supporting cast. He expresses his deep affection and intention to propose to Catherine if he happens to be sent to the final battle at A-000 and survives.
NecoJi's role during the Big Crystal incident was primarily gathering information, travelling to the Ever Snow World during the Tom Tom invasion of the Time Factory, where he later encountered Team Pig Tail and stole the Big Crystal fragment that they had found. According to Matteo, a pause control was used to take the fragment. During Round 3 of the Time Sweepers, Mission 2, Operator informs the Time Sweeper protagonist of the funtama's splitting ability and how to defeat it (shoot when it's red), thanks to a report in from NecoJi.
He was in a relationship with Catherine prior to the Big Crystal incident, promising before the fight at World A000 that he would propose to her if he survived (though he didn't fight at World A000 himself). He does so following his return to the Time Factory, receiving a kiss in return (and likely "yes") along with the celebration of others, including Chron, Pelon, and Picaro.
NecoJi ("Nekoji") is a combination of the words 猫 (neko), meaning "cat", and 時 (ji), meaning "time". Time cat. In katakana, NecoJi is written as ネコジ.
- In the opening cutscene, instead of jumping into the gate diving head first, he goes loose cannonball. What a dork.
- NecoJi's design likely originates from the "Major" from the concept art, sharing very similar appearances.
- He uses with both hands when wielding his sweeper, though he appears predominantly right-handed.
Last updated on 9 Oct 2020