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Midboss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 117
鬼符「青鬼赤鬼」 (Kifu "Ao Oni Aka Oni")
Oni Sign "Blue Oni Red Oni" [1]
Owner
Chen
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard streaming, dual straight bursts, keep moving with mind.
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Spell Card 118
鬼神「飛翔毘沙門天」 (Kishin "Hishou Bishamonten")
Kishin "Soaring Bishamonten" [2]
Owner
Chen
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard trick, pattern of yin and yang, fly with Chen.

Boss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 119
式神「仙狐思念」 (Shikigami "Senko Shinen")
Shikigami "Senko Thoughtful Meditation" [3]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Light trick, green leaf explosions, move little or not at all.
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Spell Card 120
式神「十二神将の宴」 (Shikigami "Juunishinshou no Utage")
Shikigami "Banquet of the Twelve General Gods" [4]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Heavy dodging, spirits of straight-diagonal-curve, safer right corner.
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Spell Card 121
式輝「狐狸妖怪レーザー」 (Shiki "Kori Youkai Reezaa")
Shiki Brilliance "Kitsune-Tanuki Youkai Laser" [5] [6]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard dodging, laser entrapment, dodge the aimed burst.
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Spell Card 122
式輝「四面楚歌チャーミング」 (Shiki "Shimensoka Chaamingu")
Shiki Brilliance "Charming Siege from All Sides" [7] [8]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Heavy dodging, home is the bottom center, escape exists always.
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Spell Card 123
式輝「プリンセス天狐 -Illusion-」 (Shiki "Purinsesu Tenko")
Shiki Brilliance "Princess Tenko -Illusion-" [9]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard trick, teleportation magic, the heavenly fox trickster.
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Spell Card 124
式弾「アルティメットブディスト」 (Shikidan "Arutimetto Budisuto")
Shiki Shot "Ultimate Buddhist" [10]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Light trick, listen for the sound, point blank on red.
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Spell Card 125
式弾「ユーニラタルコンタクト」 (Shikidan "Yuunirataru Kontakuto")
Shiki Shot "Unilateral Contact" [11]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Heavy dodging, rotation magic of extreme angle, very quick spread.
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Spell Card 126
式神「橙」 (Shikigami "Chen")
Shikigami "Chen"
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard dodging, don't get in Chen's way, dispel the shikigami.
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Spell Card 127
「狐狗狸さんの契約」 ("Kokkuri-san no Keiyaku")
"Kokkuri-san's Contract" [12]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Standard trick, stay within the Ouija's planchette, wait for time of freedom.
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Spell Card 128
幻神「飯綱権現降臨」 (Genshin "Izuna Gongen Kourin")
Illusion God "Descent of Izuna-Gongen" [13]
Owner
Ran Yakumo
Extra — Extra
Editor's Comment
Unknown threat, more damage more danger, be praying.

Notes[edit]

  1. Pairs of red- and blue-skinned oni are a common image in Japanese culture and folklore, allegedly having originated around the Kamukura period. The oni Zenki and Goki, referenced in Ran's corresponding Spell Card in the Phantasm stage, are often depicted as respectively having red and blue skin. A famous Japanese children's tale also tells of a blue and red oni; the blue oni frightens children so that the red oni can befriend the children, but he himself can no longer be friends with the red oni himself afterward.
  2. 毘沙門天 (Bishamonten, Sanskrit Vaisravana): Buddhist guardian god of the North. In Japan, he is also one of the seven chief gods of luck.
  3. A 仙狐 (senko lit. "hermit fox") is a type of magic-using kitsune that has the capacity to live up to 1,000 years. After it reaches or passes the age 1,000 (sometimes specifically 2,000), it can turn into a tenko (天狐 lit. "heavenly fox").
  4. 十二神将: Buddhist guardian gods of the 12 cardinal directions. The renowned onmyouji Abe no Seimei was said to be able to channel them through shikigami using paper effigies.
  5. Both kitsune (狐) and tanuki (狸) like to trick people, according to Japanese folklore. 狐狸妖怪 (kori youkai, "kitsune tanuki youkai") are uncanny prankster creatures such as foxes, badgers and goblins. 狐狸妖怪 is also an idiom that describes anyone with a mischevious personality. 魑魅魍魎 (chimimoryo, lit. "evil spirits of mountains and rivers"), used in the names of Yukari Yakumo's Spell Cards, is also a similar associated phrase.
  6. 式輝 (shiki teru, or shi ki) is a portmanteau of 式神 (shikigami) and 輝 (radiance/brillance). Shiki (式) by itself means both "ritual/ceremony" and "formula/calculation", in keeping with how shikigami in Touhou are likened to computers.
  7. Charming: a method of hunting used by foxes which involves attracting prey through making out-of-the-ordinary wriggling movements.
  8. The expression 四面楚歌 (shimensoka lit. "surrounded on four sides by the songs of Chu") means to face difficulty from every facet of your life. It's in reference to the Battle of Gaixia in which the city of Gaixia was in the process of being besieged by Han forces singing songs in the Chu accent.
  9. "Princess Tenko": most likely in reference to the Japanese illusionist プリンセス天功 (Princess Tenko), one of the best known magicians in Japan. A 天狐 (tenko) is a kitsune who has past 1,000 years in age (or one that has reached 2,000 years in age) and ascended to the heavens as a divine beast. Tenkou (天后), the queen of the heavens, is also one of the 12 general gods.
  10. A (manji) is a symbol of auspicious omen in Buddhism. It is also commonly used to mark the location of a Buddhist temple on a Japanese map.
  11. Unilateral contact is a mechanical constraint which prevents penetration between two bodies. Shikigami are often described as computer-like by ZUN and Ran is known to be an extremely advanced mathematician.
  12. Kokkuri-san: the Japanese equivalent of Ouija, as well as the name of the spirit supposedly controlling the Ouija planchette. The name Kokkuri (狐狗狸) contains the kanji for fox (狐 kitsune) because, originally, the spirits invoked in the game were those of animals (狐狗狸 literally translates to "fox-tengu-tanuki").
  13. Izuna Gongen: a deity worshipped by practitioners of the Izuna shugen cult (a sect of Shugendo), who believe in the use of foxes as spirit familiars. Izuna-Gongen is usually depicted as a tengu (天狗) riding on a white fox. This deity is associated with the Japanese Buddhist god Dakiniten and is considered to be an avatar of the bodhisattva Jizo.
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