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After his first appearance, the Blue Knight reappeared whenever Ichigo was in danger—fighting with an unnamed sword and disappearing soon after. As the series progresses, Ichigo attempts to learn his true identity, suspecting both Keiichiro and Ryou at one point, before learning near the end of the series that he is an alternate persona of her boyfriend, Masaya Aoyama. The persona, which had no memory until Masaya transformed to protect Ichigo in front of her, was created out of his desire to protect Ichigo. After his true identity is revealed, the Blue Knight, now knowing he is Masaya, goes with Mew Ichigo to fight together with the other Mew Mews once. There is it revealed that Masaya/Blue Knight is are both alternate personalities of their worst enemy Deep Blue. The Blue Knight disappears after Masaya's transformation into Deep Blue.
Tokyo Mew Mew a La Mode
In Tokyo Mew Mew à la Mode, Masaya notes that he no longer possesses the powers he had as the Blue Knight. In the anime adaptation, the Knight is given a larger role, fighting with all of the Mew Mews several times, advising them to the weaknesses of the monsters, and encouraging them.
- In the Mew Mew Power English adaptation, he is one of the few characters whose original name is retained.