Perfect Cherry Blossom/Spell Cards/Stage 2

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Midboss Spell Card[edit]

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Spell Card 011
仙符「鳳凰卵 -Easy-」
Hermit Sign "Fenghuang Egg -Easy-"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
Phoenixes explode in fiery circles.
Doesn't it get hot up there?
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Spell Card 012
仙符「鳳凰卵」
Hermit Sign "Fenghuang Egg"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
Phoenixes explode rapidly in fiery circles.
Just where are these eggs coming from?
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Spell Card 013
仙符「鳳凰展翅」
Hermit Sign "Fenghuang's Spread Wings"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
Many phoenixes explode.
How can one egg explode into so many bullets?
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Spell Card 014
仙符「鳳凰展翅 -Lunatic-」
Hermit Sign "Fenghuang's Spread Wings -Lunatic-"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
Many phoenixes explode into countless bullets.
It's bewitching watching the bullets split.

Boss Spell Card #1[edit]

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Spell Card 015
式符「飛翔晴明 -Easy-」[1]
Shikigami Sign "Soaring Seiman -Easy-"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
Circles explode, spiralling around
How did she get so fast?
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Spell Card 016
式符「飛翔晴明」[1]
Shikigami Sign "Soaring Seiman"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
Dense circles explode, spiralling around
If she's a shikigami, where is her master?
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Spell Card 017
陰陽「道満晴明」[2]
Yin Yang "Douman-Seiman"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
Dense circles mix with a random spray.
Haven't I seen that shape before?
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Spell Card 018
陰陽「晴明大紋」[3]
Yin Yang "Seiman-Daimon"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
Dense circles dance with a dense spray.
That's a cruel trick, Chen...

Boss Spell Card #2[edit]

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Spell Card 019
天符「天仙鳴動 -Easy-」
Heaven Sign "Tianxian's Rumbling -Easy-"[4]
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
The nekomata flies quickly, exploding bullets.
Where do the small bullets come from?
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Spell Card 020
天符「天仙鳴動」
Heaven Sign "Tianxian's Rumbling"[4]
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
The nekomata flies quickly, exploding many bullets.
She's seems random, but she always flies the same.
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Spell Card 021
翔符「飛翔韋駄天」[5]
Flight Sign "Soaring Idaten"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
The nekomata dances wildly, pelleting you with bullets.
Isn't it cheap being attacked from the side?
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Spell Card 022
童符「護法天童乱舞」[6]
Servant Sign "Gouhou-Tendou's Wild Dance"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
The nekomata flies wildly like a spirit.
Who knew a cat could be so dangerous?

Boss Spell Card #3[edit]

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Spell Card 023
仙符「屍解永遠 -Easy-」[7]
Hermit Sign "Shikai Immortality -Easy-"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
The shikigami sends explosions of bullets around.
Now she's a sage?
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Spell Card 024
仙符「屍解永遠」[7]
Hermit Sign "Shikai Immortality"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
The shikigami sends dense explosions of bullets around.
Will she get dizzy?
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Spell Card 025
鬼符「鬼門金神」[8]
Oni Sign "Kimon Konjin"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
Spiralling explosions come from the shikigami.
Could her master be an oni?
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Spell Card 026
方符「奇門遁甲」[9]
Direction Sign "Kimontonkou"
Owner
Chen
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
High speed bullets assault you from all sides.
So fast and she won't stay still, so cruel...
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Notes[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 晴明, pronounced "seiman", can either translate to "pentagram", or to the name of a legendary Japanese shikigami summoner
  2. "Douman-Seiman" are magic words and symbols which are said to derive from Ashiya Douman and Abe no Seimei. The left star mark is seiman, and the right cross stripe is douman.
  3. A daimon (大紋) is a type of large family crest usually displayed during war.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Tianxian: The word 天仙 (Tensen) likely refers to the Chinese goddess of Mount Tai "Tensen Nyanyan" (pronounced Tianxian Niangniang in Chinese), a known avatar of the bodhisattva Guanyin (Kannon in Japanese). The spell card might also be a pun on the expression "泰山鳴動" (Taishan Meidou lit. Mount Tai Rumbling) in which Taishan (泰山) is replaced with Tensen (天仙)
  5. Idaten: a god of Brahmanism and Buddhism known for his unbelievable speed
  6. The term Dharmapala (護法/gouhou in JP, meaning "religious defense") refers to wrathful gods that protect Buddhist law. A 護法天童 / gouhou-tendou (or 護法童子 / gouhou-douji) is a spiritual entity that likewise defends Buddhist law; in addition, the term can refer to oni or other such spirits employed as servants by an onmyoudou practitioner
  7. 7.0 7.1 屍解: becoming an immortal sage with his/her own body after death, or becoming a Xian (仙人).
  8. "Konjin" is one of several direction-governing gods in Onmyoudou and related East Asian divination methods, believed to be particularly malicious and to bring bad luck in whatever direction it resides in. "Kimon" (lit. "demon's gate") refers to the northeast, which likewise is associated with bad luck in Onmyoudou. Konjin was particularly feared when residing in this direction.
  9. Qimen Dunjia, known as "Kimontonkou" in Japanese, is an ancient Chinese divination method. In Romance of the Three Kingdoms, an ancient Chinese war epic, Kong Ming used this style of divination to win many battles.