Mountain of Faith/Spell Cards/Stage 6

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Boss Spell Card #1

Spell Card 78

Screenshot No. 78: 神祭「エクスパンデッド・オンバシラ」
Divine Festival "Expanded Onbashira" [1]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Easy
Comment: Lasers lead you into a trap of waiting bullets.
Make use of the closing walls to misdirect the bullets.

Spell Card 79

Screenshot No. 79: 神祭「エクスパンデッド・オンバシラ」
Divine Festival "Expanded Onbashira"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Normal
Comment: Lasers lead you into a trap of waiting bullets.
This is a festival, but it only seems entertaining for Kanako.

Spell Card 80

Screenshot No. 80: 奇祭「目処梃子乱舞」
Weird Festival "Medoteko Boisterous Dance" [2]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Hard
Comment:

Spell Card 81

Screenshot No. 81: 奇祭「目処梃子乱舞」
Weird Festival "Medoteko Boisterous Dance"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Lunatic
Comment:

Boss Spell Card #2

Spell Card 82

Screenshot No. 82: 筒粥「神の粥」
Rice Porridge in Tube "God's Rice Porridge" [3]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Easy
Comment: Large bullets become small before falling.
The trajectory remains the same, though.

Spell Card 83

Screenshot No. 83: 筒粥「神の粥」
Rice Porridge in Tube "God's Rice Porridge"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Normal
Comment: Large bullets become small before falling.
Kanako's cup overruns with her offering. Why does she desire more?

Spell Card 84

Screenshot No. 84: 忘穀「アンリメンバードクロップ」
Forgotten Grain "Unremembered Crop"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Hard
Comment: Large bullets become small before falling. Because Japanese forgot the crop, she throws up the bad crop.

Spell Card 85

Screenshot No. 85: 神穀「ディバイニングクロップ」
Divine Grain "Divining Crop"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Lunatic
Comment: Large bullets become small before falling. That was a good crop this season, hun?

Boss Spell Card #3

Spell Card 86

Screenshot No. 86: 贄符「御射山御狩神事」
Sacrifice Sign "Misayama Hunting Shrine Ritual" [4]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Easy
Comment: Walls of bullets and maliciously homed knives.
The knives seem to be staring at you... and waiting for the time to strike...

Spell Card 87

Screenshot No. 87: 贄符「御射山御狩神事」
Sacrifice Sign "Misayama Hunting Shrine Ritual"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Normal
Comment: Walls of bullets and maliciously homed knives.
Both fall at the same time. Do not delay in seeking safety.

Spell Card 88

Screenshot No. 88: 神秘「葛井の清水」
Mystery "Kuzui Clear Water" [5]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Hard
Comment:

Spell Card 89

Screenshot No. 89: 神秘「ヤマトトーラス」
Mystery "Yamato Torus" [6]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Lunatic
Comment:

Boss Spell Card #4

Spell Card 90

Screenshot No. 90: 天流「お天水の奇跡」
Heaven's Stream "Miracle of Otensui" [7]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Easy
Comment: Four streams of heaven drip bullets onto the world.
Between them, they shall cover the earth.

Spell Card 91

Screenshot No. 91: 天流「お天水の奇跡」
Heaven's Stream "Miracle of Otensui"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Normal
Comment: Six streams of heaven drip bullets onto the world.
Attempting to stand stalwart against the streams will prove futile.

Spell Card 92

Screenshot No. 92: 天竜「雨の源泉」
Heaven's Dragon "Source of Rains" [8]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Hard
Comment:

Spell Card 93

Screenshot No. 93: 天竜「雨の源泉」
Heaven's Dragon "Source of Rains"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Lunatic
Comment:

Boss Spell Card #5

Spell Card 94

Screenshot No. 94: 「マウンテン・オブ・フェイス」
"Mountain of Faith" [9]
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Easy
Comment: Kanako's final authority as the god of the mountain.
Failing this spell leads to disaster.
Due to the slower speed and tightness of the bullets of this spell card, it is often noted that the Easy version is more difficult than the Normal version.

Spell Card 95

Screenshot No. 95: 「マウンテン・オブ・フェイス」
"Mountain of Faith"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Normal
Comment: Kanako's final authority as the god of the mountain.
An attack as arduous as the journey up to this point; believe in small hitbox.

Spell Card 96

Screenshot No. 96: 「風神様の神徳」
"Divine Virtues of Wind God"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Hard
Comment:

Spell Card 97

Screenshot No. 97: 「風神様の神徳」
"Divine Virtues of Wind God"
Owner: Kanako Yasaka
Stage 6 — Lunatic
Comment: Bombing is useless, bullets all around, you would be lucky to at least waste a life here.

Notes

  1. The Onbashira festival (御柱祭) is a festival held every six years in the Lake Suwa area. Huge trees are cut into logs, which are then dragged downhill. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the logs are raised upright to symbolically support the Suwa Grand Shrine.
  2. Medoteko (目処梃子) (Picture): large, V-shaped branches that are attached to the logs during the Onbashira festival. People ride atop them as the logs are dragged downhill and raised up (video example).
  3. Tsutsugayu Shrine Ritual: One of the "Seven Wonders" of the Suwa Grand Shrine. A ritual in which reed tubes are placed in a mixture of water, rice and azuki beans, and are then cut open. The number of grains in a given tube foretells the success of a crop during the next harvest. (筒粥神事) - 筒粥神事 (Japanese), 五穀の筒粥 (Japanese)
  4. Misayama Hunting Shrine Ritual (御射山御狩神事) - A shrine ritual of Ontou-sai (御頭祭) hunting a deer whose head is dedicated to God. This ritual doesn't take place today. Instead of the head of the hunted deer, a stuffed one is used.
  5. Kuzui Clear Pond (葛井の清池) - One of the "Seven Wonders" of the Suwa Grand Shrine. On December 31st, tools or offerings used in the shrine over the previous year are plunged into the Kuzui Shrine pond. It's said that on the next day, January 1st, they rise back up in the Sanagi Pond in Shizuoka. 葛井の清池 (Japanese)
  6. The objects sunken into the pond on December 31st rise back up on January 1st, linking the end of one year to the start of the next. Much like the "torus" in the spell's name.
  7. One of the "Seven Wonders" of the Suwa Grand Shrine. Three drops of water are said to fall from the ceiling of the Tenryu Suisha (天流水舎) building every day, no matter what the weather is like. This water is known as "Otensui" (heavenly water). Crops watered with it will not die, and using it in prayers for rain ensures the prayers' success. 宝殿の天滴 (Japanese)
  8. The heavenly water in the Tenryu Suisha is said, in legends, to be the source of the Tenryu River (天竜川) leading out of Lake Suwa. 宝殿の天滴 (Japanese)
  9. kaji-mon (梶紋) - Crest of Suwa Shrine 梶紋(Japanese)
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