ReMaRa (RMR) is a generally passive weapon created and used by Haru. Though useless on its own, RMR is known to be an energy source for certain secondary parts, as well as being hypothesized to be able to power specialized vehicles and machinery. In order to power such inventions, RMR uses the sound of music as energy. Due to its uniqueness and history, RMR is truly Haru's pride and joy.
Technically, Haru did not find the original blueprints for ReMaRa; instead, Meep Man found the blueprints in an old, worn down building. Upon discovering the blueprints, Meep Man rushed to his home base and left the blueprints on his desk, where Haru would soon find them. Intrigued, Haru began to work on RMR without even knowing how it appeared on his desk.
After a plethora of failed attempts, Haru made a working prototype of RMR. Excited to test it out, Haru forgot of all the safety procedures he should have committed to. RMR exploded with enough force to shoot Haru towards a wall and make him faint. Whilst Haru was recuperating, neither RMR nor its sister weapon were being worked on.
When Haru was able to work once again, he continued his work on RMR, which was quickly finished and polished, this time with more caution. With over 78 different prototypes, Haru's current RMR allows for mobility, access, and recreation, and is currently the best and only RMR there is.
ReMaRa is a small, black MP3 player akin to those used in the 21st century. Though the majority of RMR is black, the details are made in white, giving a bit of contrast. Secondary parts are known to glow in varying shades, from shades of green to dark orchid and grey. This gives RMR's secondary parts a more technological atmosphere, making them look far more mechanical than most other weapons.
As an added bonus, Haru has a pair of headphones, which are neither a part of RMR nor a secondary part to RMR but serve as an add-on. The headphones are pure black with a neon green outline for further emphasis, with a treble clef on the right side and a bass clef on the left.
ReMaRa is known to be the weakest weapon of any Scarf Hero if without a secondary part; however, secondary parts give RMR fighting options, albeit few. With Haru constantly on the search for new parts, RMR slowly becomes more and more diverse, allowing it to be used in far more ways than most weapons. The sounds produced by secondary parts differ from normal sound, as the sound produced keeps its intensity no matter the distance; this may be due to RMR turning sound into a more physical entity.
When bored, Haru simply uses RMR to listen to music ranging from as old as Beethoven and Vivaldi to more recent VOCALOID. He finds music to be relaxing, no matter the genre, and his playlist automatically changes itself to choose the best songs to keep him relaxed. RMR seems to have formed a sort of emotional link with Haru, and thus can do such actions. As an added bonus, Haru has been designing headphones to compliment RMR. Currently, his headphones and respective cord and only survive common pointed blades, such as small daggers, though Haru still continues to work on making better models.
Haru has been planning to increase the amount of secondary parts he can combine with ReMaRa, but has been unable to due to his sidetracking nature. Despite this, Haru plans to create more and more components so that ReMaRa may be proven more useful. Each component has a name based on a word Haru found in his dictionary.
Battery~A grouping of artillery pieces for tactical purposes.
Battery is the first extra part made for ReMaRa; it is a single-person operated bazooka capable of firing as far as 400 yards, exploding in pure sound upon impact. Though one may consider sound to be weak, it must be noted that ReMaRa focuses on solidifying sound, thus making what may seem to be harmless as lethal as a regular bazooka round. Haru rarely uses this, considering his rather passive nature, but will stay in the back lines to fire rounds when needed. Sometimes, he is known to be unconventional and fire close-range bursts instead.
The bazooka itself comes in two modes, specifically Rapid Fire and Charge. As the names imply, Rapid Fire simply shoots out rounds without any form of strengthening, thus making it best for clearing out groups quickly. Charge, on the other hand, allows Haru to hold the round, charging it for greater power. Though rarely used, it can be devastatingly powerful in close combat and tactically useful from the back.
Another, seemingly tactical use of Battery is radar. Haru simply aims Battery towards the ground and fires a single round on rapid fire. One would expect the round to burst, but instead, it seemingly seeps into the ground, akin to echolocation. The person wearing the headphones can then 'see' a map of the general area for about 100 yards.
Battery looks like a usual bazooka, though much shorter and thicker. It is white with forest green highlights. ReMaRa is inserted in a container of durable, clear material. The top half is facing down, with the charge port connecting to Battery. The fire trigger works in a way that pushes a stopper onto the main button, thus acting like a selection.
The second part made to compliment ReMaRa, Aegis is a circular shield akin to those the Romans used. ReMaRa is inserted in a tiny, bone-like pipe which channels the sound out in a 360-degree flow, forming a round structure. Completely defensive, this part is rather sturdy for physical sound. Due to this, Haru uses it when forced to provide cover, close-quarter first-aid, or supporting his allies by deflecting attacks. Despite said uses, Haru can barely use this; it cannot be thrown, as it would not return unless he chases after it; it cannot deflect omnidirectional attacks; it has trouble with its range of defense; weapons can break it, provided they aim at the very spot ReMaRa is plugged in; the list of issues goes on.
Aegis looks like a simple bone-like structure, but when ReMaRa is inserted, it spews out a seemingly teal color, forming four musical notes, a quarter note on the top and bottom and a quarter rest on the left and right, producing something similar to a compass.
The etymology of ReMaRa is based off the pronunciation of the first Kana of each of Haru's favorite VOCALOIDs; Len, MAYU, and Rana.
In the case of Len, L does not exist within Kana, with R being the closest sound. In fact, R makes a rather strange blend of L and R when spoken in Japanese.
ReMaRa is the second of Haru's inventions, the first being the Meepisizer.