Amy Bellevue

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General Information
Full NameAmy Bellevue
BirthdayAugust 12
Debut2023-05-20 (site)
Hair ColorDark Grey , Blue (gradient)
Eye ColorBlue
Other Information
AffiliationBack to BASICs, Cobalt Coalition
OccupationProgrammer, game developer

Amy Bellevue is the personification of MS-DOS (Microsoft Disk Operating System), an operating system for x86-based personal computers mostly developed by Microsoft, and its related derivatives released on August 12, 1981. MS-DOS was the main operating system for IBM PC compatibles during the 1980s, from which point it was gradually superseded by operating systems offering a graphical user interface (GUI), in various generations of the graphical Microsoft Windows operating system.


Amy's early concepts started in mid-2021, however she got a rework in late 2022, and debuted on this site in May 20, 2023.


Amy has a courteous and diligent personality, which made her reliable and trustworthy in the eyes of both Logiciel's TANs and Admins. She has a keen interest in programming and software development, and is currently learning to code under Mike's mentorship, with aspirations of becoming an accomplished developer someday. But despite her modest demeanor, Amy can be stubborn - which can sometimes lead her to overwork herself.

Aside from programming, Amy is also quite skilled in video games. This side of her has been kept hidden for some time, as she was hesitant to reveal this side of her personality to others. However, after seeing the success of Nix who became an idol, Amy has become more confident and open about her love for gaming, beginning to participate in gaming competitions.


  • Her love of video games is inspired by how MS-DOS was once a decent PC gaming platform, however the introduction of VGA made MS-DOS' popularity as a gaming platform skyrocketed, aside from programming and software development.
  • Amy's color scheme is based on both the MS-DOS logo and its interface.
  • Her bag is shaped like a floppy disk.