Mori Calliope

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Mori Calliope
English NameMori Calliope
Japanese Name森カリオペ/もりかりおぺ
(formerly: 森美声)[7]
Chinese Name森美声
Debut DateSeptember 12, 2020 (YouTube)
Member ofhololive English -Myth-
Fan NameDead Beats (デッドビーツ)
Emoji /
Oshi Mark
Official Media
YouTubeMori Calliope Ch. hololive-EN Verified
Websitehololive official website (EN)
hololive official website (JP) (EN) (JP)
Twitter@moricalliope Verified
SpotifyMori Calliope
BirthdayApril 4
Stream Talk#calliolive (EN)
#カリオライブ (JP)
Fans#deadbeats (EN)
#デッドビーツ (JP)
Fanart#callillust (EN)
#カリイラスト (JP)
Memes#calliomeme (EN)
#カリオミーム (JP)
  • カリちゃん
  • 死神
  • Calli
  • Dad[8]
  • the Reaper Rapper
  • Mori Cantaloupe
  • 死神

Channel Logo - Mori Calliope 01.png
Introduction Video
Official Bio
Streaming Info
Other Media
External links
Additional Contents:
Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers

Introduction Video[edit source]

Official Bio[edit source]

The Grim Reaper's first apprentice. Due to modern medical care causing a decline in the reaping business, Calliope decided to become a VTuber to harvest souls instead. It seems that the ascended souls of the people who are vaporized by the wholesome interactions between VTubers go to her as well.
That being said, despite the image her hardcore vocals and manner of speech gives off, she's actually a gentle-hearted girl who cares greatly for her friends.

Overview[edit source]

Calliope Mori, officially listed as Mori Calliope (森カリオペ), is a reaper Virtual YouTuber who debuted as a member of the Hololive English -Myth-. Her fans and gen-mates often refer to her as Calli for short. Despite being a sweet-voiced girl with a gentle personality, Calli tends to talk about morbid topics with little hesitation. Her favorite color is red, she enjoys sweets and reaping souls, and she likes watching mafia movies and drinking red wine. Her given name, "Calliope," can be mistakenly read as "cantaloupe," a fruit she vehemently despises. (The correct pronunciation is "kuh-LAHY-uh-pee".)

Despite living in the Underworld, Calli loves anime such as Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica and Made in Abyss, and videogames such as Bloodborne and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. Mori is a talented musician, her debut original song, "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?", broke 100k views within the first day it was uploaded.

Personality[edit source]

The Grim Reaper's apprentice has displayed throughout her streams, guest appearances, and music to a have cool, yet serious personality, with a timid side being seen when interacting with others for the first time, such as her senpais.[9] [10] Calli's cool attitude can be clearly observed in most of her streams, as she tries her best to impress the deadbeats with her musical talent and occasional gaming skills. However, she is not afraid to get serious about topics that may be on her mind, and engages in thoughtful discussions with viewers.[11] This combination of a relaxed yet serious personality has earned her the admiration of not only the Deadbeats, but her fellow Holopro talents as well. However, Calli's playful side comes out more evidently during collaborations with her genmates, displaying a side of Calli which viewers don't regularly experience.[12] [13] [14] Calli still remains above all an avid hard worker who is regularly working on projects behind the scenes, often not sleeping for long periods of time. [15] Despite the challenges that she may face while working on these projects, each one is very much rewarded and appreciated by her Deadbeats each time a new original song or cover is released.[16]

History[edit source]

2020[edit source]

  • July 16 Twitter account creation date.
  • July 16 YouTube channel creation date.
  • Sep. 10 Reddit account creation date.
  • Sep. 12 YouTube debut and first uploaded video.
  • Sep. 13 Achieved a 100,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[17]
  • Sep. 15 Achieved a 200,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[18]
  • Sep. 18 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 1 million views.[19]
  • Sep. 19 Achieved a 250,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Sep. 23 Achieved a 300,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[20]
  • Sep. 24 Membership feature opened.[21]
  • Sep. 25 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 2 million views.[22]
  • Sep. 28 Calliope's original song "DEAD BEATS" reached 1 million views.[23]
  • Sep. 30 Calliope's original song "Live Again" reached 1 million views.[24]
  • Oct. 04 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 3 million views.[25]
  • Oct. 07 Achieved a 400,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[26]
  • Oct. 13 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 4 million views.[27]
  • Oct. 22 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 5 million views.[28]
  • Oct. 22 Achieved a 500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during a Minecraft stream with Gawr Gura.[29]
  • Oct. 23 Calliope's debut EP "DEAD BEATS" reached the top of the worldwide iTunes chart for music albums.[30]
  • Oct. 27 Calliope's original song "ReaperかRapper? 自己紹介ラップ" reached 1 million views.[31]
  • Nov. 09 Achieved a 600,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.
  • Nov. 26 Achieved a 700,000 YouTube subscriber milestone. [32]
  • Dec. 15 Achieved a 800,000 YouTube subscriber milestone. [33]
  • Dec. 26 Calliope's original song "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" reached 10 million views.[34]

2021[edit source]

  • Jan. 07 Achieved a 900,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during a Japanese only stream.
  • Jan. 25 Achieved a 1,000,000 YouTube subscriber milestone during an Endurance stream.[35]
  • Feb. 03 Calliope's original song "Off With Their Heads" reached 1 million views. [36]
  • Apr. 01 Revealed Live2D "Mini" models with art by Walfie.[37]
  • Apr. 07 Achieved a 1,250,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[38]
  • May 03 Revealed her second Live2D outfit.[39]
  • June 25 Achieved a 1,500,000 YouTube subscriber milestone.[40]
  • July 0405 Participated in two panels along with her gen-mates at Anime Expo Lite.[41]
  • Sep. 01 Official Japanese name changed from 森美声 to 森カリオペ.[42]
  • Sep. 12 Revealed a fan made VR model of Walfie's "Smol Calli" during the Holomyth 1st anniversary stream. [43]

Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers[edit source]

Calliope is the Game Master of the Hunter Myth: Myth Breakers Tabletop RPG campaign that she is playing along the rest of Hololive English -Myth-.

Streaming Information[edit source]

Stream Rules[edit source]

For the main page, see Stream Rules.

Calliope has the following streaming rules in her streams' descriptions:

What is up, humans! Thanks for checkin’ my stream!
If you follow these rules, maybe I'll wait just a bit longer... :}
(Do it.)

  • Be nice to other viewers. Don’t spam or troll.
  • If you see spam or trolling, don’t respond. Just block, report, and ignore those comments.
  • Talk about the stream, but please don’t bring up unrelated topics or have personal conversations.
  • Don’t bring up other streamers or streams unless I mention them.
  • Similarly, don’t talk about me or my stream in other streamers’ chat.
  • Please refrain from chatting before the stream starts to prevent any issues.

As long as you follow the rules above, you can chat in any language.

ABOUT SUPER-CHATS: I will read ALL names of super-chats from the current stream in the last 30 minutes of the video, and red super-chats will have their messages read if I deem them appropriate. A 5-minute break will ensue beforehand, where myself and my demon team will check the names and messages. Your patience is appreciated! Thank you!

Fans[edit source]

Her fans are called "Dead Beats" (デッドビーツ).

Streamer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
Farewell I'm your Mori, and I hope you'll remember me! PEACE.
Viewer Side
Scene Lines Romaji Meaning / Notes
YouTube Membership Perks
Badges and Emoji Perk Levels
Mori Calliope - Membership Perks.png
¥200 Bottle of Pinot Noir
  • Exclusive Blog Posts + Early Schedule
    Receive my weekly schedule a day early! "Sick nasty," am I right, My Dog?
  • Members-only TALK Stream
    Once a month, I'll do a members only TALKING stream!
¥300 Bottle of Merlot
  • Includes access to perks from previous level
  • Members-only WINE PARTY
    We'll have a wine party during an exclusive monthly stream! Might play a game!
¥400 Bottle of Cab ~Sauv~
  • Includes access to perks from previous levels
  • Early access to new songs
  • Members-only CREATIVE Stream!

Other Media[edit source]

Trivia[edit source]

Death-sensei, Calli's mascot
  • Calli's debut song, "Excuse My Rudeness, But Could You Please RIP?" had its track first mixed together by the producer kokorobeats in a single night before Calli herself wrote the lyrics, rap, and vocal melodies.[44]
  • Calliope's favorite tea is oolong tea.[45]
  • Is one of the moderators in the official Hololive Subreddit. Other members can be seen here.
  • Calliope Mori is one of two members in Hololive English who prefer to say their names using the Western name order (given name, family name) — the other being Amelia Watson.
  • Appeared as herself, being the first VTuber to guest in Trash Taste Podcast, a podcast hosted by YouTubers The Anime Man, Gigguk, and CDawgVA.[46]
  • Is a huge fan of YouTuber Cr1TiKaL.
    • Was Calli's answer when asked on Trash Taste Podcast which "3D" YouTuber she would like to collaborate with in the future.[47]
    • Sang 2019 Guy and Skynut on one of her unarchived singing streams, both songs originally by Cr1TiKaL.
  • Her original EP "Your Mori" reached #1 on the hip-hop charts for USA and Japan [48]
  • After over 1 year of technical difficulties being referred to as The EN Curse, Calli decided to coin the term EN's Law. She defines it as the possibility of technical difficulties increasing based on the number of people who are part of the stream.[49]
  • Is one of the Hololive Production VTubers with the following verified accounts:

Logo - hololive (Textless).png No speculations and rumors, just fun facts!

Media[edit source]

Image Gallery[edit source]

Music[edit source]

Cloudy Sheep"

Ibasho (Where I Belong)

Ibasho (Where I Belong) MV

spiral tones

[hololive Alternative] Teaser PV (full ver.)

【Kiara x Calliope】 ワーワーワールド / Wah Wah World【COVER】

Take Me Home, Country Roads - hololive English -Myth- Cover

[MV] ロキ / Roki (English Rap Cover) - Calliope Mori

GETCHA! / calliope × suisei(cover)

[MV] Envy Baby (English Cover) - Calliope Mori

KING / Gawr Gura x Calliope Mori (Cover)

Discography[edit source]

The following are a list of albums Calliope has made or participated in.

Cursed Night
Album Cover Art - Cursed Night.png
Release Date November 1, 2020
Track List
  1. Cursed Night
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Off With Their Heads
Album Cover Art - Off With Their Heads.png
Release Date February 2, 2021
Track List
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
居場所 (Ibasho)
Album Cover Art - Ibasho.png
Release Date March 11, 2021
Track List
  1. 居場所
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
end of a life
Album Cover Art - end of a life.jpg
Release Date October 1, 2021
Track List
  1. end of a life
  2. end of a life(Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Collab Singles
spiral tones
Album Cover Art - spiral tones.jpg
Release Date May 10, 2021
Track List
  1. spiral tones
  2. spiral tones (Instrumental)
External links
Digital Release • Music Video
Album Cover Art - DEAD BEATS.png
Release Date 2020
Track List
  1. ReaperかRapper? 自己紹介ラップ
  2. 失礼しますが、RIP♡
  4. Live Again
External links
Digital Release
Your Mori
Album Cover Art - Your Mori.png
Release Date April 4, 2021
Track List
  1. The Grim Reaper is a Live-Streamer
  2. Red
  3. guh
  4. いじめっ子Bully
External links
Digital Release

Cover songs[edit source]

The following are a list of songs covered by Calliope.

Solo Covers
ロキ (Roki (English Rap Cover))
Instrumental ALLATheNinety Illustration SAVI
Mixing AO Video Editing Riguruma
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Envy Baby (English Cover)
Instrumental たかはし Illustration yukisame
Mixing Evgeny R. Video Editing Herself
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Collab Covers
ワーワーワールド (Wah Wah World / Wāwāwārudo)
Sung by Mori Calliope, Takanashi Kiara
Instrumental Giga/Mitchie M Illustration Yuna
Mixing Gojyokai Video Editing Yuna
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Sung by Mori Calliope, Hoshimachi Suisei
Instrumental Mizuki Shinohara Illustration ASUDA
Mixing Chiaki Natsume Video Editing SaiA
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube
Sung by Mori Calliope, Gawr Gura
Instrumental たかはし Illustration LAM
Mixing Chiaki Natsume Video Editing Mori Calliope
Original Link/s YouTube YouTube

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