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Origin Third Earth
Weapons & Accessories
Weapons Magical Paper
Voice Actor
Voiced by None
Character Guide
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Gami is a female member of the Wood Forgers and disciple and follower of Zig. She is highly proficient in the mystic art of paper magic as well as being one of the students of the established School of Paper Arts.

She and fellow disciple Nips are staunch followers of Zig, obeying his every command. Like her master, she too has been overcome by the lust for power and has no qualms about the Wood Forgers cutting down trees at an alarming rate and endangering the very existence of the Forest of Magi Oar just so that they could have an endless suplly of paper to use for their magic.

She helped Zig to keep the true protector of the forest, Viragor, at bay using their magical paper while they continue to strip the forest of its trees. She assists Zig when he and Nips pretend to rescue the ThunderCats from the Forest Spirits which they falsely claim to be evil.

Later however, Lion-O realizes that Viragor is the protector of the forest while the Wood Forgers are evil. With the truth revealed, the ThunderCats then help Viragor to defeat the Wood Forgers and Gami and the other Wood Forgers are forced out of the forest for good.

Strengths[edit | edit source]

The strength of Gami lies in her mastery of the mystic arts of paper magic. Her sorcery makes her a tough adversary for any opponent.

Weaknesses[edit | edit source]

Like all the Wood Forgers, Gami's power lies in the Notebook strapped to her chest, which is a source of magical paper. Destruction of the Notebook renders Gami powerless.

Weapons and Equipment[edit | edit source]

Gami's main and only weapon is the magical paper. She uses her mastery of sorcery to turn paper into a potent weapon. She can fold the paper in origami style to produce living giant creatures such as fire-breathing dragons and flaming cranes.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Her name is taken from the word "origami" ("ori" = folding, "gami" = paper), the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. Thus her name in Japanese essentially means "paper".
  • One of the creatures that she creates from her magical paper is a crane. The crane is one of the most popular origami creations.

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