|School||Hiiragi Academy's Main Campus|
|Relatives||Makoto Akamine (brother)|
|Manga Debut||Chapter 98|
Tamaki Akamine is a student of Hiiragi Academy's main campus, and the sub-leader of team Red Core. She is nicknamed the "Red Meteor" for her accomplishment as the youngest high-school champion in the aerial simulation game "Force Combat."
Tamaki first appears alongside Arisu as they watch Junichirou's public relations video after the seduction duel against the Legends. Here, Tamaki forms a deal to take down Junichirou alongiside her brother, Makoto, as long as Arisu holds true to the "promise" of helping Tamaki build an independent country. Tamaki then appears before Makoto when Junichirou decides to help him repair a "Force Combat" aerial combat simulator, and, along with Suzune, decide to help their brothers towards its completion.
After the completion, and knowing who the two are that stand before her and Makoto, Tamaki introduces themselves to Junichirou and Suzune as team Red Core’s sibling-leaders; challenging them to a group battle between Red Core and Silver Core. Junichirou accepts and is given the option on what they will battle over. He decides to make it a duel over “Force Combat,” but as a best-two-out-of-three sibling duel between Junichirou/Suzune and Makoto/Tamaki. Afterwards, Tamaki shows Suzune how to work the simulator so that she can practice before the match.
During the duel, team Junichirou/Suzune win the first round through radar trickery by hiding under a fellow NPC aircraft. The excitement of the match causes Tamaki to faint; forcing her to sit out for the second round. However, she wakes up the moment it is revealed that she had been holding Makoto back from showing his true potential, and decides to cheer Makoto on; proclaiming that at some point, she will catch up to him. Makoto finally shows his true form and ends the second round in a tie.
The third round is set with Red Core’s back against the wall; needing to win to keep Red core, and her dream, alive. Tamaki decides to rejoin the match; feeling frustrated that she sees herself as the laughing stock of this group war. During the match, she gets pushed into entering her “ghost” mode; an emotionless mind state that brings out the best of all her abilities she’s obtained playing “Force Combat.”
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