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Spell Card 5 - 1
これからはアイテムだけに頼れない
From Now On, You Can't Rely on Items Alone
Spell Card Name

Owner
Raiko Horikawa
5th Day — 1
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Spell Card 5 - 2
自分ばっかり狙わないで
Stop Aiming At Me!
Spell Card Name
琴符「天の詔琴」
Koto Sign "Ame no Norigoto" [1]
Owner
Yatsuhashi Tsukumo
5th Day — 2
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Spell Card 5 - 3
交錯するメロディ
Intertwined Melodies
Spell Card Name
音符「大熱唱琵琶」
Noise Sign "Biwa of Euphoric Song"[2]
Owner
Benben Tsukumo
5th Day — 3
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Spell Card 5 - 4
邪魔な太鼓さえ壊せれば……
If You Just Break Those Drums In The Way...
Spell Card Name
雷符「怒りのデンデン太鼓」
Thunder Sign "Den-Den Daiko of Rage"[3]
Owner
Raiko Horikawa
5th Day — 4
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Spell Card 5 - 5
鎮魂歌
Requiem
Spell Card Name
哀歌「人琴ともに亡ぶ」
Elegy "Human and Koto Die Together" [4]
Owner
Yatsuhashi Tsukumo
5th Day — 5
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Spell Card 5 - 6
無音の楽譜
Silent Score
Spell Card Name
楽譜「スコアウェブ」
Score "Score Web"
Owner
Benben Tsukumo
5th Day — 6
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Spell Card 5 - 7
超重低音
Super Heavy Bass
Spell Card Name
太鼓「ファンタジックウーファー」
Taiko "Fantastic Woofer"
Owner
Raiko Horikawa
5th Day — 7
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Spell Card 5 - 8
美しき夜は、避けるしかないのか
In This Beautiful Night, Must We Do Nothing But Dodge?
Spell Card Name
両吟「星降る唄」
Double Chant "Song of Falling Stars"
Owner
Benben Tsukumo and Yatsuhashi Tsukumo
5th Day — 8

Notes[edit]

  1. The name of a koto possessed by the goddess Suseribime (Benzaiten). Literally means 'koto of heaven's edict'.
  2. The Japanese name of this spell (Dai Nesshou Biwa) is almost identical to that of an item in the video game Sengoku Basara 2 Heroes "Nesshou Biwa" (Biwa of Euphoric Song).
  3. Den-Den Daiko is a toy pellet drum used for cradling children.
  4. Possibly meant as a variation on the idiom "人琴倶亡", referring to great mourning for someone's death. The phrase is derived from an anecdote about Wang Xianzhi, whose koto is said to have become out of tune after his death.
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