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One of three genomes cultivated by Sephirah Genomics. It bestows "The King's Power", allowing for those who have the genome to extract voids which can be used as weapons.
The Void Genome is a genome cultivated by Sephirah Genomics in the Guilty Crown franchise. This genome bestows "The King's Power", which analyzes human intron sequences, then converts it into Voids. Voids are an idea that acquires a form, and hence, can be utilized as weapons. Each person has a unique Void associated to them.
Undertaker managed to steal the Void Genome, which was originally meant to be for Gai's use, however, it was accidentally given to Shu Ouma. Now Shu has "The King's Power" and has the ability to extract Voids from others.
This section includes various kinds of Voids that Shu has pulled out from his allies and enemies.
Symbolic meanings refer to how the object reflect the person's heart.
|Appearances: Ep. 1,|
The Void extracted from Inori Yuzuriha is a sword which can act as both an offensive weapon by slashing it's opponents, or it can create a protective circular defensive shield.
Appearances: Ep. 6
Another Void was extracted from Inori, a larger and stronger Void which managed to stop the Leukocyte from hitting Japan
Appearances: Ep. 2
Daryl Yan's Void is called the "Kaleidoscope". This Void acts like an actual kaleidoscope, creating reflective fields that can deflect and distort beams.
Yahiro Samukawa was the student that witnessed Shu and Inori during the Undertaker's attack in Roppongi. He was the Void that Shu was looking for, and his Void are shears. According to Jun Samukawa, these Shears have the power to sever lives as Shu is forced to take Jun's life in order to save Yahiro.
Appearances: Ep. 3, 8, 11
Souta Tamadate's Void is an over sized camera in the shape of a gun, which has the ability to open anything, including highly sophisticated gate systems.
|Appearances: Ep. 4, 6|
Kenji Kido's Void is that of a gun that shoots out energy that has the ability to manipulation the force of gravity that acts on the object/person/place.Symbolic Meanings:
|Appearances: Ep. 5|
Arugo's Void is a rod-like object that releases darkness that engulf's its opponent.
|Appearances: Ep. 6|
Arisa's Void is a small ball-like object, which opens up and acts as a very strong shield. It was able to destroy a countless number of missiles, blasting them into smithereens.Symbolic Meaning: According to Gai, Arisa is like an armadillo who hides underneath her armor. This implies that Arisa is reserved and hides her true feelings.
|Appearances: Ep. 11|
Hare's Void are bandages that can both heal and fix things such as machines and infrastructures that are broken.
Symbolic Meanings: According to Shu, she is kind and sweet like how her bandages heal and keep everyone together.
|Appearances: Ep. 11|
It is unknown, but Shu did pull out her Void along with the other students. In ep. 15, Kanon's Void is seen as an optical scanner that allows Kanon to see far and measure distance or other things.
|Appearances: Ep. 12|
Gai's Void is a gun that functions both as a gun that can release people's Voids.
|Appearances: Ep. 19, 20,|
Shu's Void takes the form of his amputated arm. It allows him to gather everything (like darkness, light, disease, and more) and assumes it weight/or burden. He used to it take away Souta's cancer. Also, it can store multiple Voids.
Symbolic Meanings: Shu will bear the sin of everyone to extent of sacrificing his life to save them.
*This section is also available on the King's Power page.