Maruyama Ichida is the commander of the 18th corps of the Muhou School and the captian of the Anayaka Forest Path Watch, along with his brothers Terujiru, and Kouzou.
Ichida looks like his brothers, as he has a bob haircut like Murasame Riko but only divided on the forehead, a pointy nose, thin eyebrows. He wears the same clothes as his brothers as he wears a jacket with a dark colored shoulders, black trim, and the Muhou School on the sleeves, over a white overshirt, over a black undershirt, and bandages on his lower arms. He also wears white pants, bandages on his lower leg, black socks, and sandals.
Terujiru is like his brothers as he is arrogant and over confident. He is also sadistic as he wished to cut Shinnojou into piece after hearing about him.
Ichida had enter the grand tournament along with his brother and kill the members of the other schools. He and his brothers then enter the Muhou School and all three became the commander of one corps.
47 Corps ArcEdit
Ichida attends the meeting where Jinsuke tells the advisors and commanders to crush the Ogame School.
Ayanaka Forest ArcEdit
Ichida is in the Ayanaka Forest waiting, for Shinnojou and Zenmaru. During the wait, he hears about Shinnojou as the leader of the Ogame School and tells his brothers that they will cut into pieces. When Shinnojou and Zenmaru shows up, he is shocked when Shin kills his other brothers with ease. He then attacks Shin but is first blinded and then killed.
Ichida along with his brothers, were competent enough to partecipate and survive the Unabara Tournament, and even got the attention of the Muhou School, as he along with his brother were offered the position of Division Commander.
WeaponsEditMurderous Sword: Aogasumi (Blue Mist): Ichida's weapon, is composed by two twin swords with very thin blades, light as feathers, which are used in coupled. The blades are very sharp and thanks to their thinness they're also very fast, allowing Ichiro to unleash a barrage of deadly attacks in a matter of seconds.
- Maruyama Ichida vs. Sakura Shinnojou (Lose)