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Story Mode Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card Story Mode 1
変化「満月の花鳥園」
Transformation "Garden of Flowers and Birds on a Full Moon"[1]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa
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Spell Card Story Mode 2
変化「鳥獣戯画」
Transformation "Scrolls of Frolicking Animals"[2]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa
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Spell Card Story Mode 3
変化「百鬼妖界の門」
Transformation "Youkai World Gate of One Hundred Demons" [3]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa

Story Mode Spell Cards (disguised)[edit]

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Spell Card Story Mode 4
「神社のお釈迦様」
"Gautama Buddha At the Shinto Shrine" [4]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa
Stage 5, disguised as Reimu Hakurei only
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Spell Card Story Mode 5
「ベンテンの琵琶法師」
"Benten Lute Priest" [5]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa
Stage 5, disguised as Byakuren Hijiri only
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Spell Card Story Mode 6
「たわむれはおわりじゃ」
"Playtime's Over!" [6]
Owner
Mamizou Futatsuiwa
Stage 5, disguised as Toyosatomimi no Miko only

Skills[edit]

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Spell Card 1
うつせみ地蔵変化
Utsusemi Jizo Transformation [7]
Owner
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Spell Card 2
怪奇送り提灯
Bizarre Okuri-Chouchin [8]
Owner
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Spell Card 3
鳥獣琵琶法師
Animal Lute Priest
Owner
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Spell Card 4
妖怪アミキリ変化
Youkai Amikiri Transformation [9]
Owner
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Spell Card 5
妖怪カラカッサ変化
Youkai Karakasa Transformation
Owner
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Spell Card 6
妖怪つるべぇ変化
Youkai Tsurube Transformation
Owner
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Spell Card 7
妖怪オモカゲ変化
Youkai Omokage Transformation
Owner
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Spell Cards[edit]

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Spell Card 1
変化「分福熱湯風呂」
Transformation "Bunbuku Hot Soup Bathtub" [10]
Owner
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Spell Card 2
変化「百鬼妖界の門」
Transformation "Youkai World Gate of One Hundred Demons"[3]
Owner
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Spell Card 3
変化「二ッ岩家の裁き」
Transformation "Futatsuiwa Clan's Curse"[11]
Owner
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Spell Card Last Word
「八百八狸囃子」
"Belly-Drumming of Infinitely Infinite Tanuki"[12] [13]
Owner
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Notes[edit]

  1. 花鳥園 ("Kachouen") are greenhouses operated by the Kamo Group all over Japan.
  2. Choujuu giga has the same root as Choujuu Gigaku. Historically, both Choujuu giga and gigaku have been considered farces of their time period.
  3. 3.0 3.1 The word youkai (妖界) in its name is a pun combining the words youkai (妖怪) and world (界 kai).
  4. A reference to Namco's 1986 arcade game Genpei Touma Den (源平討魔伝). The Gautama Buddha appears as an enemy character, floating around and dropping point items in a manner resembling this card.
  5. A reference to Namco's 1986 arcade game Genpei Touma Den (源平討魔伝). A blind lute-playing priest appears as an enemy character, floating around and shooting holographic animals at the player in a manner resembling this card.
  6. A reference to Namco's 1986 arcade game Genpei Touma Den (源平討魔伝). The card's name is taken from a line uttered by the final boss, Yoritomo, and the attack itself is a reference to one of his attacks as well. This also references Ten Desires in which Miko utters this line nearing the end of her boss battle.
  7. Utsusemi (literally "empty cicada") refers to the technique to elude capture, like a cicada shredding its skin. There are many stories and statues of tanuki pretending to be Jizo statues.
  8. Okuri-chouchin (literally "send-off lantern"): a lantern-carrying youkai that appears on dimly-lit roads at night.
  9. Amikiri (literally "net cutter"): a snake-like youkai with lobster-like claws.
  10. Bunbuku refers to Bunbuku Chagame, an old Japanese folktale
  11. This is a parody of "Royal Judgment" or "Pharaoh's Curse" (王家の裁き), the special attack of Anakaris, a character from the Darkstalkers series.
  12. Since Japanese can read 800 and 8 as "infinite" depending on their context, this title can be redundant. It can mean either "Band of 808 Tanuki" or the title here.
  13. 狸囃子 (literally 'tanuki musical accompaniment') refers specifically to the sound of tanuki drumming on their stomachs.
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