No. I passed one...to you...Sure as the sun...will rise...The slaughter...will continue...Now I return...to the earth...Wind blows, rain falls...the strong...prey...on the weak...All...is as...it should...be...
Kuro no Senbonzakura is generally a person who loves humor and sarcasm, but can also be easily turned into his dark, sadistic and somewhat insane side, should a bad-faith editor and/or vandal be encountered. If an autoconfirmed bad-faith editor he encounters who also offends him, Kuro no Senbonzakura will be very delighted, as the offense brings about his dark, sadistic and somewhat insane side, which then he will proceed to torment the user by blocking them, but still letting their talk pages editable. Normally, the taunt would be sadistic sarcasm, and while writing the taunt, Kuro no Senbonzakura would be laughing maniacally. One such example that entertains him is this.
Kuro no Senbonzakura only has an adequate knowledge on HTML.
Tormented Sufferer's preferred equipment setup in《Ōkami》consists of the two highest-tiered Reflectors, the strongest one is equipped to the main slot while the second is used in the sub slot; Holy Artifacts include the Golden Lucky Cat, Golden Ink Pot, Thief's Glove, and the Fire or Water Tablets.
After the the point in which the Golden Ink Pot is unequipped, in cases of ink running out, Tormented Sufferer would equip, then unequip the String of Beads, since he does not like using the item in normal fights (whether in normal Demon scroll assaults or Devil gate duels) due to it being far too overpowered, and would unbalance Amaterasu's odds against her adversaries, also making farming impossible.
Kuro no Senbonzakura is fluent 2 languages including English, and is learning Japanese
Kuro no Senbonzakura prefers using passive and inversion structures in speech, as he sees them as formal.
↑"...Well, anyway... An interesting thing: During speech, I prefer the passive and inversion for their somewhat formal appeal. "—Tormented Sufferer to Clubchloe1, during Chat, 1:27 AM, February 12, 2013