Luna as illustrated by Atsuko Ishida.
|Likes||Singing, taking naps, carrots|
|Dislikes||Scary people, boring people, anyone other than her fans|
|Hobby||Singing, searching for lovers, shopping, exploring anywhere with sweets|
|Height||165cm (Approx 5'5")|
Luna's costume carries a rabbit motif, and she wears a dress made out of bunnies, and has very long pink hair.
A cheerful rabbit idol, she charms her opponents with her singing voice and lovely figure, and attacks with magic and rabbits! With her calculated spontaneity, she intentionally mistakes people's names!? On her own, though she intends to speak normally, she ends up saying stinging words that make her partners uncomfortable... When she asks people to do something with her upturned eyes, there's quite a high possibility they'll do it for her. Since she's a person that easily gets lonely, she feels embarrassed when she's not wearing her rabbit dress. One day, she wants to form a group of rabbit idols, and hold a live broadcasting surrounded by many rabbits on the moon.
Luna fights using her musical tools. Such as using a microphone and its chord as a whip, or a microphone stand as a staff. She can summon carrots to stab her opponents, and her rabbits can come off her outfit to swarm and attack her opponents. She can also fly using her microphone stand. She can also summon heart-shaped energy, and can put on a concert to finish her opponents. She uses the stage fireworks to blast her opponents and she uses her dance moves to hit her opponents. She can even damage her foes with her singing voice.
- Luna's name and her use of bunnies may be a reference to the Japanese belief that the visible craters on the Moon's surface look like rabbits.
- Despite the similarities of their names, Luna has no connection to Luna Luna.
- She has a resemblance with the Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, especially from her Sakura Miku persona. Also, both Luna and Miku are voiced by the same voice actress, Saki Fujita (Japanese).