He created 343 blueprints based on his research, but due to the fact that the technology was not well developed enough during his time, he wasn't able to complete the construction of the weapons.
His ideas were ignored and after his death, all of his blueprints and research were locked up at the storage location of the secret organization he belonged in. A few centuries later, three inventors working for the same organization, found his research and put it into action using modern technology. The three of them were Koenig, Innocenti and Verde.
This research later lead to the creation of Box Weapons. Some Box Animals remained the same way Geppetto designed them, while others were altered by the three inventors.
List of Notable Creations[edit | edit source]
- Rondine di Pioggia
- Porcospino Nuvola
- Scolopendra di Nuvola
- Cavallo Alato
- Delfino di Pioggia
- Elettro Volpi
- Visone Tempesta
- Pavone del Sereno
- Torpedine Fulmine
- Squalo Grande Pioggia
- Canguro del Sereno
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The first functional Box Weapon prototypes using Gepetto's blueprints were created by Verde.
- His name is inspired from the famous fairy tale The Adventures of Pinocchio. Mister Geppetto is Pinocchio's creator, and Carlo Lorenzini is the author of the novel.
- The symbol of Tri-ni-sette is 7 to the power of 3, or 7*7*7. The expression equals 343, the exact number of blueprints Lorenzini created.
- The official subbed episode, where the information about Lorenzini was explained by Bianchi on Crunchyroll, mistakenly translates her saying he was a 4th-century biologist. While she's actually saying (よん世紀前, yon seiki mae?) meaning "four centuries ago."