|108 Stars Chian Star|
Illustration Ishikawa Fumi
|Birth Year||SY 443|
|Height||185cm (6'1") (S3)|
Toppo and Nei first met after the passing of the latter's grandfather. Toppo made the depressed Nei laugh with a pantomime performance, and the two began traveling together. While they were performing, they took in the orphaned Shabon after bandits attacked the village they were performing in. The three soon bonded as if they were family and traveled together, performing in different parts of the continent.
Toppo rarely spoke in public, believing that whenever possible that actors should not talk. Instead, he usually communicated through miming. He did sometimes speak with Nei and Shabon but even then, he spoke very softly. He saw himself as something of a protector for his two companions. He would join the Fire Bringer alongside them after Shabon was rescued from Guillaume.
At Budehuc Castle, he was considered a kindhearted man, making wooden toys for the children who lived there. Following the War of the Champions, Toppo continued to perform with the troupe, dreaming of opening a small theatre someday.
|Speak to Nei on the screen to the right of the Council in Vinay del Zexay. Fight Guillaume in front of the Council and then ask the group to join.|
|Rune||No rune attached|
|Right Hand||Earth Rune|
|Left Hand||Level 40|
|Free Skill Slots||Locked Skill Slots|
|This character has 4 open skill slots.||This character has 2 locked skill slots.|
|Pale Gate Magic||—||—||—||—|
|Sword of Magic||—||—||C||B|
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|Leader||Support||War Skill 1||War Skill 2|
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Genso Suikoden Card Stories TCG
|516||Toppo||Free||Booster Pack Vol.4|
|CS2-083||Toppo||Free||CS2 Booster Pack Vol.1|
|Toppo, Nei, Shabon Theme|
Toppo's theme is considered the aptly-name song "Toppo, Nei, Shabon Theme", which is played by and around the troupe in Vinay del Zexay and is reprised later during Suikoden III. It is shared across the troupe, meaning it is also the theme for Nei and Shabon. The song is track 15 on disc 1 of the official Suikoden III Original Soundtrack.
- A fiddle refers to any bowed string musical instrument, including the violin. They are used in folk music in many countries including Ireland, Norway and Hungary.
- Genso Suikoden Genso Shinsho Vol.13 (ISBN 4-7753-0182-9), page 5
- Genso Suikoden Kiwami Encyclopedia, page 332