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Midboss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 145
「レッドマジックモンキー」 ("Reddo Majikku Monkī")
"Red Magic Monkey" [1]
Owner
Ranran Higami
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 146
「七人のちいちい侍」 ("Shichinin no Chīchī Samurai")
"The Seven Teeny-Tiny Samurai" [1]
Owner
Chii Shirobakama
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 147
「フライングファイアスフィア」 ("Furaingu Faia Sufia")
"Flying Fire Sphere" [1]
Owner
Hikariko Aosagi
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 148
「完全なる墨染の翼 -烏羽玉-」 ("Kanzen Naru Sumizome no Tsubasa - Ubatama -")
"Perfect Ink-Black Wings -Raven Black-" [1]
Owner
Horou Torisumi
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 149
「阿弥陀如来の薬」 ("Amida'nyorai no Kusuri")
"Amitabha's Elixir" [1]
Owner
Shiran Tokujakubou
Extra — Extra

Boss Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 150
桐壺「青磁の白龍(ブルーセイジホワイトドラゴン)」 (Kiritsubo "Seiji no Hakuryū (Burū Seiji Howaito Doragon)")
Kiritsubo[2] "White Dragon of Celadon Ware (Blue Seiji White Dragon) " [3]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 151
帚木「覆水盆に返らず」 (Hahakigi "Fukusui Bon ni Kaerazu")
Broom Tree[2] "Spilled Water Returns Not to the Tray" [4]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 152
花宴「フラワーカノンベース」 (Hana no En "Furawā Kanon Bēsu")
Flower Feast[2] "Flower Cannon Vase" [5]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 153
絵合「その辺で拾った聖者の硝子」 (E Awase "Sono Hen de Hirotta Seija no Garasu")
Picture Contest[2] "A Saint's Stained Glass I Picked Up Over There" [6]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 154
松風「陶製榴弾(パイナップルボマー)」 (Matsukaze "Tōsei Ryūdan (Painappuru Bomā)")
Wind in Pine Trees[2] "Ceramic Grenade (Pineapple Bomber) "
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 155
篝火「ヤマタイックマニューバー」 (Kagaribi "Yamataikku Manyūbā")
Flares[2] "Yamataic Maneuver" [7]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 156
野分「青磁偃月刀(セラミック・ブレード)」 (Nowaki "Seiji Engetsutō (Seramikku Burēdo)")
Autumn Typhoon[2] "Celadon Crescent Blade (Ceramic Blade) " [8]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 157
夕顔「黄昏偃月旋風刃(サンセット・ブラスト)」 (Yūgao "Tasogare Engetsu Senpūjin (Sansetto Burasuto)")
Yuugao[2] "Twilight Crescent Whirlwind Blade (Sunset Blast) "
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 158
宿木「再臨!セト大将リターンズ」 (Yadorigi "Sairin! Seto-taishō Ritānzu")
Dwelling Vines[9] "Second Coming! General Set Returns"
Owner
General Set
Extra — Extra
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Spell Card 159
夢浮橋「陶磁器大戦 ~ 関羽vs曹操」 (Yume no Ukihashi "Tōjiki Taisen ~ Kan'u bāsasu Sōsō")
Floating Bridge of Dreams[2] "Ceramic War ~ Guan Yu vs. Cao Cao" [10]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra

Last Spells[edit]

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Spell Card 160
「最初で最後の無名異の弾幕」 ("Saisho de Saigo no Mumeii no Danmaku")
"The First and Last of Mumei's Danmaku" [11]
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo
Extra — Extra (Last Spell)
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Spell Card 161
「いつまでも続くみんなの弾幕」 ("Itsu made mo Tsuzuku Minna no Danmaku")
"Everyone's Everlasting Danmaku"
Owner
Mumei Fujitsubo (and friends)
Extra — Extra (Secret Last Spell)
Editor's Comment
This spell is only accessible if the previous last spell is captured. Otherwise, Mumei explodes prematurely and the fight ends.

Notes[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 References to the final (or semi-final) Spell Cards of Remilia, Shinmyoumaru, Byakuren, Yuyuko and Eirin, respectively.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Each of Mumei's Spell Card prefixes is taken from a chapter title of The Tale of Genji.
  3. A reference to the Yu-Gi-Oh! card Blue-Eyes White Dragon; 青磁の白龍 (Seiji no hakuryū) is a pun on 青眼の白龍 (Seigan no hakuryū), the card's original Japanese name. This also applies to the romanized version of the name.
  4. A Japanese idiom referring to events that can't be undone, equivalent to the western "No crying over spilled milk".
  5. Possibly a pun on "flower vase" and "cannon base", owing to the overlap between "b" and "v" in Japanese syllabary.
  6. Reference to Iesua Nazarenus's stained-glass aura and Yamata no Yato's 3rd Spell Card.
  7. Reference to Riverbed Soul Saver.
  8. The same pun as the first card; 青龍偃月刀 (Seiryu engetsutō) becomes 青磁偃月刀 (Seiji engetsutō).
  9. In addition to being a chapter title from The Tale of Genji, this prefix is a pun on "宿木" (yadorigi / lit. 'dwelling tree', a name for ivy) and "宿る" (yadoru, 'to dwell within'), in reference to Set's possession of Mumei.
  10. A reference to Suwako's Spell Card "Suwa War", and to the accompanying text for the Seto-Taishou in Hyakki Tsurezure Bukuro, which likens a war between Seto (瀬戸物) and Karatsu (唐津物) ceramic ware to the conflict between Guan Yu and Cao Cao.
  11. Near-homophone of Hecatia and Junko's final Spell Card.
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