Mountain of Faith/Spell Cards/Extra

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Midboss Spell Cards

Spell Card 98

Screenshot No. 98: 神符「水眼の如き美しき源泉」
God Sign "Beautiful Spring like Suiga" [1]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Extra — Extra
Comment: The wonder and beauty of a mountain spring.
Watch carefully. Move only when necessary.

Spell Card 99

Screenshot No. 99: 神符「杉で結ぶ古き縁」
God Sign "Ancient Fate Linked by Cedars" [2]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Extra — Extra
Comment: Kanako's trap of fate, twice homing attacks, outwit the ancient leaves.
It's simple if you move in a circle.

Spell Card 100

Screenshot No. 100: 神符「神が歩かれた御神渡り」
God Sign "Omiwatari that God Walked" [3]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Extra — Extra
Comment: It's as if Kanako wants to reach out to you.
The path of ice holds for a time, but then melts in random directions.

Boss Spell Cards

Spell Card 101

Screenshot No. 101: 開宴「二拝二拍一拝」
Party Start "Two Bows, Two Claps, and One Bow" [4]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: The foreign god's invitation to a grand danmaku battle.
The bows are Suwako's intent; the claps reach out to you. Respond accordingly.

Spell Card 102

Screenshot No. 102: 土着神「手長足長さま」
Native God "Lord Long-Arm and Lord Long-Leg" [5]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A dance of lasers and expanding rings.
It appears that the middle is a trap, but that is merely the premise.

Spell Card 103

Screenshot No. 103: 神具「洩矢の鉄の輪」
Divine Tool "Moriya's Iron Ring" [6]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: Twice-reflecting rings as unforgiving as metal.
The rings are red and white. Suwako is calling for Reimu.
Stay directly above and below and they should become manageable.

Spell Card 104

Screenshot No. 104: 源符「厭い川の翡翠」
Spring Sign "Jade of the Horrid River" [7]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A trap for a stream that refuses to stay in its borders.
Trust in the frog god before attempting to flee.

Spell Card 105

Screenshot No. 105: 蛙狩「蛙は口ゆえ蛇に呑まるる」
Frog Hunt "The Snake Eats the Croaking Frog" [8]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: Frogs are shattered, but reappear just as quickly.
In this way, Suwako also teases Kanako.
Approach her quickly once the inner ring shatters.

Spell Card 106

Screenshot No. 106: 土着神「七つの石と七つの木」
Native God "Seven Stones and Seven Trees" [9]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: Seven colors, seven lasers, seven bullets.
Between them, they shall cover the firmament.

Spell Card 107

Screenshot No. 107: 土着神「ケロちゃん風雨に負けず」
Native God "Froggy Braves the Wind and Rain" [10]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A weaving spray of water in a rainstorm.
With all these trajectories to watch, this attack could be a Fountain of Math. (ha)

Spell Card 108

Screenshot No. 108: 土着神「宝永四年の赤蛙」
Native God "Red Frogs of Houei 4" [11]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A coordinated ritual of frogs and the humans leading them.
How does it feel, to be chased by a frog?

Spell Card 109

Screenshot No. 109: 「諏訪大戦 ~ 土着神話 vs 中央神話」
"Suwa War ~ Native Myth vs Central Myth"
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A glimpse of the war between the earth and the sun for centrality.
The sun claims you every other time it attacks. Even so, don't side with either.

Spell Card 110

Screenshot No. 110: 崇符「ミシャグジさま」
Scourge Sign "Mishaguji-sama" [12]
Owner: Suwako Moriya
Extra — Extra
Comment: A pattern from one of Suwako's outerworld acquaintances.
The twisting pattern becomes more frantic as the festival closes. Do not fall at the climax!


  1. Suiga Clear Stream (水眼の清流) - (Japanese)
  2. Musubi No Sugi(結びの杉(Japanese), cedar of fate, cedar of marriage.)
    "Musubi No Sugi" is a japanese cedar that has a forked trunk. So it is said that it has the divine grace of the fate/marriage/linkage.
  3. Omiwatari (御神渡り) - (English)
  4. Two Bows, Two Claps and One Bow (二拝二拍一拝) - The manner to worship at a shrine.
  5. Tenaga-sama (手長さま) = Tenazuchi-no-Mikoto (手摩乳命)
    Ashinaga-sama (足長さま) = Ashinazuchi-no-Mikoto (足摩乳命)
    Tenaga Shrine and Ashinaga Shrine (手長神社・足長神社) -(Japanese)
    Tenaga-sama and Ashinaga-sama are two of the native gods in the Suwa (諏訪) region of Japan.
  6. Moreya and Iron Ring - Moreya Shrine (洩矢神社) (Japanese)
    Moriya (洩矢) fought against Takeminakata with weapons of iron rings in Suwa war.
  7. Itoi-gawa (厭い川) - The nickname of Hime-kawa (姫川) running through Itoigawa (糸魚川) region. Hime-kawa was disliked because it was flood-prone, So it is called Itoi-gawa (厭い川, horrid river) named after Itoigawa (糸魚川). Hime-kawa is a Jade locality.
  8. Kaeru wa Kuchi kara Nomaru (蛙は口から呑まる), Kaeru wa Kuchi yue Hebi ni Nomaruru (蛙は口ゆえ蛇に呑まるる) - A Japanese proverb meaning "Never rode, never fell".
  9. Seven Stones and Seven Trees (七石・七木) - Sacred stones and trees in Suwa (諏訪). Seven Stones (七石):
    Gosa-ishi (御座石), Okutsu-ishi (御沓石), Suzuri-ishi (硯石), Kaeru-ishi (Kawazu-ishi) (蛙石), Ofukuro-ishi (小袋石), Kodama-ishi (児玉石, 小玉石), Kame-ishi (亀石)
    Seven Trees (七木) Trees in seven areas;
    Sakura-tatai (桜湛), Mayumi-tatai ((真弓)), Mine-tatai (()), Hikusa-tatai (干草湛), Matsu-no-ki-tatai (松ノ木湛), Tochi-no-ki-tatai (()ノ木湛), Yanagi-tatai (柳湛)
  10. Kero-chan - A mascot of Kowa Co., Ltd. (興和株式会社).
    The dolls are placed in front of some drugstores in Japan. They stand hard even if windy and rainy. Link
  11. Houei yonen (宝永四年, 4th year of Houei Era = 1707) - The year of Mount Fuji's last eruption.
    The annual Frog Hunting Shrine Ritual (蛙狩神事 - Japanese) that year was almost cancelled due to heavy flooding, but three red frogs for the ritual were nonetheless discovered on New Year's Day. The "Red Frogs of New Year's Morning" (元朝の赤蛙) are today one of the upper Suwa Shrine's seven wonders.
  12. Mishaguji ミシャグジ(Japanese)) - A native tatari-gami (崇り神) in Suwa (諏訪) region, a variation originally written as "社宮神" (god of the shrine or court) or "御社宮司" (administrator of the shrine or court) or "御赤口神" (god of red-mouthed snake) or "御石神" (god of stone). Also usually seen to be identified with Moreya no Kami (洩矢神), or the inspiration of Suwako. Suwako subjugated Mishaguji long ago, and Kanako couldn't force obedience on them by herself. Tatari-gami are evil gods worshipped to prevent them from cursing people.
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