Kirito is the main character of the Sword Art Online series through his real name is Kirigaya Kazuto. He is voiced by Bryce Papenbrook.
Before the start of the story, Kirito was chosen as one of the 1,000 beta testers for the closed beta of the Sword Art Online video game. More information can be found here: http://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/Kirito
In the MCF series, he first appears in MCF: The Eye of the Snake which reveals he is an honorable member and a student to the trio Saber leads and that Wing and Ragna are members of. He is one of the main allies as the girls are focused to fight against Hazama who stole the files on each of the MCF girls outside of Wing for reasons unclear.
- Kirito and Eren both share the same English voice actor. Angelthewingedcat may make it a small joke on this fact when Kirito meet the other MCF girls for the first time since they had already met Eren.
- While Kirito is the only student to the group that Saber, Wing, and Ragna are in at the moment, Angelthewingedcat admitted he would become Saber's main student if two other students would to be added in the future and he would act as the leader of the student team.
- Angelthewingedcat admits she can image Kirito forming a bond with Tracy and Jessy.
- Kazuto rides a bike which has also had a multitude of passengers including Asuna, Suguha, and Shino.
- He is a two-time first place winner for the Top 10 Male Characters in the Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! awards (for 2012 and 2013). He placed third in 2011 and 2014.
- For some reason, Kirito likes calculating random things, like the volume of the cake that he is going to eat.
- Ever since the second year in SAO, Kirito has been known to sleep a lot. His sleep also seems to be an "AOE" skill, as people looking at him sleeping, with Pina and Yui sleeping on him, get sleepy themselves. He himself states that sleeping when one can is the 2nd most essential point of the Aincrad-style.
- Kirito was an ideal person whom Kawahara wanted to become. Kawahara commented that he always hesitates to act, pointing out that it took him seven years to finally apply for the Dengeki Award.