New Hololive Tempus Vtubers Debut This Week

Tempus members

The Tempus Adventurer’s Guild is expanding its influence. After teasing a new development on January 4, 2023, the plans were detailed more fully. New Hololive Tempus Vtubers will join the unit. Starting from January 7, 2023, the party will grow from its current four VTubers to eight. The unit will remain all-male, however.

Hololive Production launched a new teaser for the new Tempus members via the Holostars English YouTube channel. Each of the new streamers will hold their debut stream on YouTube on January 7, 2023, revealing more about themselves, their characters, and their plans.

The teaser shows the four original members of Tempus going off on a journey, and bringing along some previously unrevealed members and meeting new friends in the land of Xenokuni (or just “Xeno”). An eastern land of craftsmen, they meet new characters to join the party. The trailer also features dialog and lines from the existing Tempus characters, teasing scenarios that detail their fictional first meetings.

The four new Tempus members are:

Gavis Bettel, a jester-like “fool” character. His design came from artist Makoto Senzaki.

Machina X Flayon, the guild’s resident mecha pilot. His design comes from artist Shokuen.

Banzoin Hakka, an exorcist, hails from Xeno. His design comes from artist Airumu.

Josuiji Shinri, a ronin bowman. He was designed by artist Nitaka.

Here is the full schedule for debuts:

  • Banzoin Hakka: 8pm PT/11pm ET on January 7, 2023
  • Gavis Bettel: 7pm PT/10pm ET on January 7, 2023
  • Josuiji Shinri: 10pm PT on January 7, 2023/1am ET on January 8, 2023
  • Machina x Flayon: 8pm PT/11pm ET on January 7, 2023

The first collab stream will be held at 11pm PT on January 7, 2023/2am ET on January 8, 2023.

The new Holostars Tempus members will run their debut streams on January 7, 2023.

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