|108 Stars Chisyu Star²|
Illustration Kawano Junko
Funghi was a young cook working the kitchen of the Hall of Knights for the Knights of Gaien. As the kitchen was very close to the Protagonist's room, the two held a close relationship. He was an excellent cook, to the point that some knights would claim they signed up just to experience his cooking.
He remained on Razril when it was occupied by the Kooluk Empire in the Island Liberation War but following its liberation, he would join the Allied Forces, where he would create a variety of dishes to nourish and inspire the crew. That said, not everyone loved his cooking. Konrad, in particular, found his food to be too salty.
Once the war ended, he returned to Razril where he would continue to develop his culinary talents, this time for the newly formed Razril Marine Knights.
|Keen||You have done well by coming here. In this room, you may confess what is in your heart and accept proper judgement.|
|Funghi||Oh, o-okay...I'm starting to get a little nervous...|
|Keen||Would you secretly inform me about anyone onboard this ship who you think is causing problems?|
|Funghi||Oh...I suppose there is something I want to say to Mr. Konrad. He always complains about my cooking. He says my cooking is too salty...I don't think that's true...|
|Keen||Then, would you tell me what you think of the Hero?|
|Funghi||Oh, Lazlo? Hmmm...I think he must have it tough. He's been forced to carry all sorts of burdens...Even back when they were knights, he stayed alone in some weird room instead of at the dormitory...I wonder if that's what you call bad luck...|
|Keen||Finally, quietly confess the things you wish to atone for, or all the things that you are thankful for.|
|Funghi||My expertise is cooking up tasty dishes! That's about it. I can't express it in words.|
|Funghi||...? I...H-Have I escaped punishment?|
|Funghi||Whhhoooooaa!!! P-Please don't do things like this...|
|After the Regaining Razril naval battle, speak to Funghi in the Hall of Knights - Kitchen in Razril.|
- Genso Suikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, pages 471-2