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Revision as of 09:44, 28 January 2014

Kikuri
Kikuri
Sprite of Kikuri in Highly Responsive to Prayers
Hellish Moon
More Character Titles
Location

Somewhere in Hell

Music Themes
Appearances
Official Games

Kikuri is a large bronze disc with an image of a girl engraved into it that Reimu Hakurei meets and must defeat in the Hell route of Highly Responsive to Prayers. But since she has no profile and exchanges no dialogue with Reimu, nothing else is known about this enemy.

Character Basis[edit]

Name[edit]

Her name can mean written 菊理, which means "Chrysanthemum Science".

Design[edit]

Seen in her sprite in Highly Responsive to Prayers, kikuri is a large bronze disc surrounded by a sickly purple aura and engraved with the image of a young girl with long hair, closed eyes, a content expression on her face, and a glowing light-blue orb hovering between her hands in front of her chest. In Highly Responsive to Prayers Good Ending #2, Kikuri is shown to be in a different position. This proves that she's independent of moving around/out of her bronze disk.

Additional Information[edit]

  • Kikuri is probably a reference to Kikurihime, who mediated the dispute between the two Shinto creator Gods Izanagi and Izanami.

Fandom[edit]

  • Some fans tend to think of her as a maiden that was long ago sealed into the bronze disk.

Official Sources[edit]