Philip (フィリップ, Firippu) is a supporting character in Sirius the Jaeger. A British-born member of the Jaegers, he is the youngest in Willard’s team but his skills as Jaeger are exceptional. The Jaegers tend to carry their weapons in musical instrument cases but Philip also carries around his violin and likes to play it occasionally.
Philip is a 14 year-old boy of a petite height and scrawny figure. He appears with messy blonde hair with the front half usually pushed to sit on top of his forehead, the sides of his hair are portrayed in a messy style. He has dim cyan eyes, and a young figure.
Philip’s attire throughout the show includes a large beige-yellow, coat reaching to the length of just below his knees. The sleeves of the coat rolled to sit above his wrists and the collar of the coat in a light brown colour. Beneath the coat, he wears a white collared shirt with three buttons going through the middle of it. He wears navy blue shorts with two buttons sitting along his midsection. Reaching up to just below his knees are two grey socks, paired along with two light brown boots with beige coloured bottoms.
"Hair is my best feature”!
Philip is known to be very carefree and quite judgemental.
He seemingly cares about his personal space, and like his hair, his best feature according to him, being tussled with, often by Fallon. He tends to hold a aloof, both when fighting and not.
Philip shares a love for playing the violin, which is shown multiple times throughout the series.
His parents were murdered by a Sirius who went rogue. He tried saving Saki from her father who turned into a vampire due to Agatha.
In the beginning, he doesn't like Yuliy that much since one of the Sirius killed his parents. In Episode 2, Saki asked why he is mad at Yuliy since it wasn't his fault and therefore changing how Philip views him. After that, you can see a strong bond between them. Philip and Yuliy are protective of each other and look out for one another.
Whenever Fallon messes with his hair, he gets annoyed.
Philip is a male given name, derived from the Greek Φίλιππος (Philippos, lit. "horse-loving" or "fond of horses"), from a compound of φίλος (phílos, "dear", "loved", "loving") and ἵππος (hippos, "horse"). In Ancient Greece, the ownership of horses was available only to those wealthy enough to afford them. Thus, "lover of horses" can also be understood as "noble". Prominent Philips who popularized the name include kings of Macedonia and one of the apostles of early Christianity.
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