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Midboss Spell Card (Reimu)[edit]

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Spell Card 013
桜符「穴あき桜花結界」
Cherry Sign "Perforated Cherry Blossom Barrier"
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Easy (Reimu)
Editor's Comment
ははは、欲の声を読むのは面白い物だ
「避けられないほどびっしりの弾の壁を撃ちたい」だそうだぞ
それではルール違反ゆえ、やむなく不格好な穴だらけになったのだな
Miko: Hahaha, reading the voice of her desires is interesting.
That is, "I want to shoot a wall of bullets that can't be avoided".
Then, because it violated the rules, she unwillingly opened a bunch of clumsy gaps.
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Spell Card 014
桜符「穴あき桜花結界」
Cherry Sign "Perforated Cherry Blossom Barrier"
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Normal (Reimu)
Editor's Comment
ははは、欲の声を読むのは面白い物だ
「避けられないほどびっしりの弾の壁を撃ちたい」だそうだぞ
それではルール違反ゆえ、やむなく不格好な穴だらけになったのだな
Miko: Hahaha, reading the voice of her desires is interesting.
That is, "I want to shoot a wall of bullets that can't be avoided".
Then, because it violated the rules, she unwillingly opened a bunch of clumsy gaps.
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Spell Card 015
桜符「桜天門の変」
Cherry Sign "Incident at the Heavenly Cherry Gate" [1]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Hard (Reimu)
Editor's Comment
応天門の変…は古代の貴族の権力争いの一つ
かの菅原道真もこの事件の黒幕と同じ奴らに失脚させられたの
禍公の木霊…お前がその名を使うなよ…
Patchouli: The Outenmon Incident... it was one of the ancient nobles' battles for authority.
Sugawara no Michizane was overthrown just like this incident's mastermind.
Magakimi's kodama... you shouldn't use that name.
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Spell Card 016
桜符「桜天門の変」
Cherry Sign "Incident at the Heavenly Cherry Gate" [1]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Lunatic (Reimu)
Editor's Comment
応天門の変…は古代の貴族の権力争いの一つ
かの菅原道真もこの事件の黒幕と同じ奴らに失脚させられたの
禍公の木霊…お前がその名を使うなよ…
Patchouli: The Outenmon Incident... it was one of the ancient nobles' battles for authority.
Sugawara no Michizane was overthrown just like this incident's mastermind.
Magakimi's kodama... you shouldn't use that name.

Midboss Spell Card (Marisa)[edit]

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Spell Card 017
松符「空行松」
Pine Sign "Kuugyou-Matsu" [2]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Easy (Marisa)
Editor's Comment
禍公の梅の樹が空を飛んだ伝説は良く知られているけど
禍公の松も飛んだらしいわよ。梅は私を慕って飛んだのにお前らはって
言って嘆いたから。流石は元政治家、民草の功名心をくすぐるのがお上手ね
Yukari: The legend that Magakimi's plum tree flew through the skies is quite well-known.
Apparently her pines also flew away. The plum flew over me, despite your presence.
It's, in a way, lamenting. Though, as a former politician, she was skilled in tickling the masses' ambition.
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Spell Card 018
松符「空行松」
Pine Sign "Kuugyou-Matsu" [2]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Normal (Marisa)
Editor's Comment
禍公の梅の樹が空を飛んだ伝説は良く知られているけど
禍公の松も飛んだらしいわよ。梅は私を慕って飛んだのにお前らはって
言って嘆いたから。流石は元政治家、民草の功名心をくすぐるのがお上手ね
Yukari: The legend that Magakimi's plum tree flew through the skies is quite well-known.
Apparently her pines also flew away. The plum flew over me, despite your presence.
It's, in a way, lamenting. Though, as a former politician, she was skilled in tickling the masses' ambition.
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Spell Card 019
松符「雲来松風来松」
Pine Sign "Unrai-Matsu, Fuurai-Matsu" [2]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Hard (Marisa)
Editor's Comment
松を飛ばすのに魔力だけでなく燃料エンジンを導入したんだと
禍公は常に新しい技術を考えるのが好きみたいね
燃料は松だけに松根油だってさ…沢山幻想入りしているから
Miko: To make the plum fly, they introduced both magic power and a fuel engine.
Magakimi always likes to consider the new technologies, afterall.
The fuel being pine oil explains why the pines were brought, but... It seems way too many of them have passed into fantasy.
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Spell Card 020
松符「雲来松風来松」
Pine Sign "Unrai-Matsu, Fuurai-Matsu" [2]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Lunatic (Marisa)
Editor's Comment
松を飛ばすのに魔力だけでなく燃料エンジンを導入したんだと
禍公は常に新しい技術を考えるのが好きみたいね
燃料は松だけに松根油だってさ…沢山幻想入りしているから
Miko: To make the plum fly, they introduced both magic power and a fuel engine.
Magakimi always likes to consider the new technologies, afterall.
The fuel being pine oil explains why the pines were brought, but... It seems way too many of them have passed into fantasy.

Midboss Spell Card (Futo)[edit]

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Spell Card 021
菊符「一文陣」
Chrysanthemum Sign "Ichimon Formation" [3]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Easy (Futo)
Editor's Comment
名前の由来は菊一文字かしら?主に似て無駄に詩的なものね
かつてこの国を揺るがした戦いの後、時の帝はその銘の刀を無数に打ったわ
戦いで海に沈んだ草薙の剣の代わりを求めるようにね
Yukari: Does the name refer to Kiku-ichimonji? Such a waste of fine poetry.
After the war that once shook the country, the current emperor at the time comissioned countless swords,
seeking to replace the Kusanagi that fell into the sea during the battle.
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Spell Card 022
菊符「一文陣」
Chrysanthemum Sign "Ichimon Formation" [3]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Normal (Futo)
Editor's Comment
名前の由来は菊一文字かしら?主に似て無駄に詩的なものね
かつてこの国を揺るがした戦いの後、時の帝はその銘の刀を無数に打ったわ
戦いで海に沈んだ草薙の剣の代わりを求めるようにね
Yukari: Does the name refer to Kiku-ichimonji? Such a waste of fine poetry.
After the war that once shook the country, the current emperor at the time comissioned countless swords,
seeking to replace the Kusanagi that fell into the sea during the battle.
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Spell Card 023
菊符「菊翼の陣」
Chrysanthemum Sign "Chrysanthemum Wing Formation" [4]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Hard (Futo)
Editor's Comment
左右を前へ張り出し、中央へ突入して来た敵を包囲するのが鶴翼の陣だ
しかし悲しきかな、一度撃った弾の方向を急に変えるのは中々難しいものでな
この木霊には中央を包囲出来ないようだ
Miko: Stretching its wings left and right, the crane formation besieges the enemies who ran towards the center.
However, sadly, it is difficult to change the direction of an attack once it begins.
As for this kodama, apparently she can't even besiege the center at all.
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Spell Card 024
菊符「菊翼の陣」
Chrysanthemum Sign "Chrysanthemum Wing Formation" [4]
Owner
Kodama
Stage 2 — Lunatic (Futo)
Editor's Comment
左右を前へ張り出し、中央へ突入して来た敵を包囲するのが鶴翼の陣だ
しかし悲しきかな、一度撃った弾の方向を急に変えるのは中々難しいものでな
この木霊には中央を包囲出来ないようだ
Miko: Stretching its wings left and right, the crane formation besieges the enemies who ran towards the center.
However, sadly, it is difficult to change the direction of an attack once it begins.
As for this kodama, apparently she can't even besiege the center at all.

Boss Spell Card #1[edit]

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Spell Card 025
弩符「三本の雷矢」
Crossbow Sign "Three Thunder Arrows" [5]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
三本の矢という故事に倣ったのだろうが、無理に三本集める事が必ずしも
良い事ではない。同じ程度の強さの三人が力を合わせるのが美しいのだ
これも和を以て貴しと成すの精神だな
Miko: The name may come from the story of the three arrows bundled together inseparably.
Not good. It is certainly a beautiful thing when three people of equal strenght join forces.
That's the essence of this spell, built with that same precious harmony in mind.
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Spell Card 026
弩符「三本の雷矢」
Crossbow Sign "Three Thunder Arrows" [5]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
三本の矢という故事に倣ったのだろうが、無理に三本集める事が必ずしも
良い事ではない。同じ程度の強さの三人が力を合わせるのが美しいのだ
これも和を以て貴しと成すの精神だな
Miko: The name may come from the story of the three arrows bundled together inseparably.
Not good. It is certainly a beautiful thing when three people of equal strenght join forces.
That's the essence of this spell, built with that same precious harmony in mind.
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Spell Card 027
符心「天満宮弓始神事の練習」
Aiming Heart "Tenmanguu First-Shot Ceremony Practice" [6]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
禍公が弓の達人であった事に因んで、天満宮では弓を射る神事があるのよ
彼女、詩人の割にお琴はかなり下手だったらしいけれど
貰う才能をうっかり間違えたのかしらね…弓も琴も弦を引く物だから
Yukari: There is a shooting ceremony held in Tenmanguu because Magakimi was a master of the bow.
On the other hand, for a poet, she was supposedly quite bad at the harp.
I wonder if she got her talents mixed up because both the bow and harp operate by pulling strings...
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Spell Card 028
逆矢「リバースライジングアロー」
Reverse Arrow "Reverse Rising Arrow" [7]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
「Rising」と「雷神」の言葉遊びが面白いと思って
下から登る雷矢を編み出した…案外つまらなくもない発想かも知れない
上に登る雷は普通よりかなり強い…レッドスプライトと言ったかな
Patchouli: I think the wordplay between "rising" and "Raijin" is quite interesting.
Consideing he used a lightning arrow as a ladder... perhaps that's where the idea came from.
The lightning must have been much stronger than a regular one... perhaps a red sprite?

Boss Spell Card #2[edit]

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Spell Card 029
太鼓「天神ドラム」
Taiko "Tenjin Drum"
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
ほう、現代人はそのような異国の太鼓を使うのか
この国の人間は私が眠りに就く前とさっぱり変わっておらんな
外国の物をやたらに有難がって模倣しようとする辺りな
Miko: Hoh, so modern people use such imported drums?
This country's humans are certainly different from back when I went to sleep.
Congratulations for indiscriminately trying to imitate something foreign.
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Spell Card 030
太鼓「天神ドラム」
Taiko "Tenjin Drum"
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
ほう、現代人はそのような異国の太鼓を使うのか
この国の人間は私が眠りに就く前とさっぱり変わっておらんな
外国の物をやたらに有難がって模倣しようとする辺りな
Miko: Hoh, so modern people use such imported drums?
This country's humans are certainly different from back when I went to sleep.
Congratulations for indiscriminately trying to imitate something foreign.
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Spell Card 031
太鼓「侮れない電電太鼓」
Taiko "Formidable Den-Den Daiko" [8]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
…雷の力はそのままに太鼓が小型化されていて便利そう
うちの本も全部文庫化とか出来れば、書庫も今より綺麗になるか
…やめとこう。どうせ元の本を捨てられない。自分の性格は分かってるさ
Patchouli: It appears that this drum can perfectly compact electric power for ease of transport.
If I could have all my books paperbacked, will the library look more beautiful?
...Let's stop. I know my own personality, I would never throw my precious books away.
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Spell Card 032
神鼓「堀川雷鼓」
Divine Drum "Raiko Horikawa"
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
その名は何処かで聞いたわ…確か、外の世界に干渉してのけた付喪神
彼女達も私の知らない間に近代化していて侮れないわね
唐傘お化けもいつかビニールや折り畳み式になったりするのかしら
Yukari: I have heard this name somewhere... right, the tsukomogami who interfered with the outside world.
Those girls also went and modernized without me noticing, huh.
I wonder if that Karakasa-obake will someday become vinyl or foldable as well.

Boss Spell Card #3[edit]

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Spell Card 033
討鬼「菅原式縮地法」
Oni Expulsion "Sugawara-Type Shukuchi Art" [9]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Easy
Editor's Comment
科学の力による零距離移動か。原理は異なるが私や八雲紫、果ては神社の
巫女にも似たような事は出来る。支配者たる者には必須の能力と言う事かな
民を従えたいなら簡単だ。こう言った無意味な手品を幾つか覚えるだけで良い
Miko: Zero-distance movement with the power of science? It's quite different from mine and Yakumo's.
Being able to use the Shrine Maiden's abilities may be necessary to become influential here.
Conquering the masses is easy. You just need to know simple tricks like this.
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Spell Card 034
討鬼「菅原式縮地法」
Oni Expulsion "Sugawara-Type Shukuchi Art" [9]
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Normal
Editor's Comment
科学の力による零距離移動か。原理は異なるが私や八雲紫、果ては神社の
巫女にも似たような事は出来る。支配者たる者には必須の能力と言う事かな
民を従えたいなら簡単だ。こう言った無意味な手品を幾つか覚えるだけで良い
Miko: Zero-distance movement with the power of science? It's quite different from mine and Yakumo's.
Being able to use the Shrine Maiden's abilities may be necessary to become influential here.
Conquering the masses is easy. You just need to know simple tricks like this.
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Spell Card 035
転進「イリュージョンドライブ」
Position Shift "Illusion Drive"
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Hard
Editor's Comment
多方向から襲い掛かるタイプの弾幕は嫌われやすいわよね
弾で美しい形を描いても、そもそも中央に居ては分からないし…
違う? 避けられない? そうね、人間は後ろに目が付いていないものね
Yukari: It's easy to dislike the kinds of danmaku that comes from multiple directions.
Even if the bullets form a beautiful shape, you can't appreciate it from the center.
Different? Unavoidable? Well, humans have no eyes behind their heads.
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Spell Card 036
転進「イリュージョンドライブ」
Position Shift "Illusion Drive"
Owner
Hatsuna Magatsuji
Stage 2 — Lunatic
Editor's Comment
多方向から襲い掛かるタイプの弾幕は嫌われやすいわよね
弾で美しい形を描いても、そもそも中央に居ては分からないし…
違う? 避けられない? そうね、人間は後ろに目が付いていないものね
Yukari: It's easy to dislike the kinds of danmaku that comes from multiple directions.
Even if the bullets form a beautiful shape, you can't appreciate it from the center.
Different? Unavoidable? Well, humans have no eyes behind their heads.

Notes[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 A pun on the Outenmon Incident that occurred in 866. "桜天門" is pronounced "outenmon", but the first kanji is replaced with the one for 'cherry blossom'.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 A reference to the Japanese folktale of Jugemu, a child with a very, very long string of names. Three of his names were "Suigyoumatsu" ('where water flows'), "Unraimatsu" ('where clouds blow from'), and "Fuuraimatsu" ('where wind blows from'). The "matsu" kanji in each of these names has been replaced with the identically-pronounced "松" ('pine'), and "Suigyoumatsu" has become "Kuugyoumatsu" ('where the sky flows'), presumably because there's no ocean in Gensokyo.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "一文陣" (ichimonjin): a pun on the Kiku-ichimonji swords commissioned by Emperor Go-Toba in 1208.
  4. 4.0 4.1 "菊翼の陣" (kiku-yoku no jin) is a pun on the Japanese "Crane Wing" military formation (鶴翼の陣, kaku-yoku no jin).
  5. 5.0 5.1 A possible reference to the story of Mori Motonari and the three arrows. Mori asked his three sons to snap a single arrow, then three bundled together; they found the bundle impossible to snap, serving as a lesson that the three of them were stronger when working together rather than when on their own.
  6. Refers to the yumi-hajime ceremony held each year at the Dazaifu Tenmanguu.
  7. "Rising" is pronounced "raijingu" in Japanese, forming a pun on "raijin" (thunder god).
  8. A den-den daiko is a type of Japanese pellet drum. "Den-den" is onomatopoeia for drumming. "Den" can also mean "electricity" when spelt with the kanji "電", as it is here.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "討鬼" (touki) may be a reference to Toukiden (討鬼伝), a 2013 video game.
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