Talk:List of Spell Cards

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Adding Spell Cards[edit]

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Fill in the entries. n=name, tn=translated name, c=comment, g=game, s=stage. Other works and chapters (e.g. SSiB Ch.17) can go into game and stage categories respectively. When filling in games and other works, use their abbreviations and link to the spell card(s) from that game. You can use Template:SC to help link. The majority use:

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Comments and Related Spell Cards[edit]

The Comments field is reserved for notable spell card trivia, not ZUN's comments (which can be found on that game's page). For example, it may be worth noting how notoriously easy Icicle Fall -Easy- can be, or the origins of Satori's spell cards.
Related Spell Cards may be put under the comments section. This includes spell cards that are similar to each other, whether by difficulty (E/N/H/L), copying (e.g. Vague Recollection of Kinkaku-ji), or some other reason (e.g. Shoot the (Little) Moon).

Spell Cards[edit]

Now that I have free time, I can work on this. I have left the first two entries as example of what the rest might look like. The list is still in its early stages, and things might change. If you have any ideas of what you think should go in this section, or how it should be organized, format, etc., then please leave a comment here. As well, if somebody wants to propose a novel design for presenting spell cards, then be my guest. I'm all ears. Kiefmaster99 18:12, 19 December 2010 (PST)

It's my latest idea, which must cause an art and pain... but, I think that most names of spell cards go like "X符「YYYY」", and that "符" in it should be unified to be translated or fixed as "card".
Why do I suggest so? "符" (fu) is a compination of "竹" and "付". "付" is of "人" and "寸", signified nice attachment of a hand (original meaning of "寸") with other's body ("人"'s) in touching it. According to it, "符" as older usage signified a set of two bamboo plates, which shows an official symbol when the two plates get touched together. The symbol was put in such a system in order to warrant the owner of a plate being assured as a well trader. Later, it came to be called "割符" (warifu, lit. split plates) or "勘合" (kangou, lit. "speculate and get two various things together"). You might have ever seen the latter in a textbook of Japanese history. Time went by, and people came to use the letter "符" as a kind of authoritative or powerful symbol, and the card with it. The latter usage had already been occupied by "札" (satsu/fuda), though... You can see the latter in "神符" and "護身符". Moreover, it now comes to mean "symbol, media to indicate something other" like "音符" (ompu, musical note) and "符号" (fugou, mark/sign/code). This is the all variation of current meanings of "符".
I think the translation of "符" in "X符「YYY」" should be "card", for the classification is "Spell Card" (Maybe ZUN created the name to think it's "まじないカード"), and we can see a card actually show up when a character is declaring... How do you, everyone seeing this, think about my opinion? --masuo64 Talk 08:18, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
That's an interesting idea, but after thinking about it, using "card" instead of "sign" seems too literal. "Sign" somehow sounds more poetic and magical than "card." Also, I seem to remember ZUN mentioning somewhere that not all spell cards were actual, physical cards. I might be mistaken, but it seems plausible. Basically, the important part isn't the card itself, but what's on the card. And "sign" is a very flexible word, and it can mean a great many things, but the basic meaning is "a representation of an idea," which seems to fit "Love Sign," etc. Going back to your example with the warifu, what's more important? The pieces of the plates themselves, or the symbols on the plates? Given one piece of a plate, it would be possible to make another plate that would fit with it, but unless you knew the symbol too, no one would take it as authentic. As far as まじないカード goes, I think ZUN already took care of that by calling all special attacks like that "spell cards." NForza 10:08, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
Well, I'll let you guys go on about translations and stuff. I should note that I am busy again and will have limited time to work on this again, so if someone wants to expand on what I did, go ahead. I'll try to finish EoSD. Pages are also currently undergoing a subpage upheaval so linking to spell cards should be delayed for now. Another question - do you prefer "Soku" or another abbreviation?
For reference, http://www.geocities.jp/junberdx/touhou/spell1.html http://redliner.iza-yoi.net/touhou/spell1.html. Kiefmaster99 04:56, 11 January 2011 (UTC)

Subpagify?[edit]

This page will getting longer and longer, so subpagify? - KyoriAsh 23:16, 28 January 2011 (UTC)

It may come down to that. However, I have no current plans to do so as of now, nor on how to organize. If it comes down to subpaging based on each character, then it may be easier to just transfer some of the info already here to the individual char pages, and this would have to be further discussed. Kiefmaster99 02:28, 29 January 2011 (UTC)

So what are we doing with this page? If nothing else is said, I can probably work on this when I get back tomorrow. Simple copy/paste job for me, and I have far too much free time so I can blow it on this. Xenomic 23:32, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

Go ahead. I don't have much free time in the near future on my end. - Kiefmaster99 02:27, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Do excuse if the article looks a bit messy. I'm getting used to the layout of this table, and I'll be going back over it once I copy/pasted everything in to fill in missing data and whatnot. Unless someone can check that up for me later on x_x Xenomic 21:37, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Actually, here's a question...what do we do with spellcards that are of the same name but different spellcard numbers, like Satori's spellcards? I'm assuming only list it once and the first instance of it, correct? Xenomic 22:05, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Yep. With Satori's spell cards, do list the recollections she has used. Oh, treat all spell cards with the "-Easy-" modifier and such as the same name. - Kiefmaster99 22:53, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
I see. Well, what I think I'll do is just go ahead and list what I CAN (since I already did all of PCB anyways...don't feel like going back over those right now), and leave the rest for someone to flesh out afterwards. That way it gets done a bit quicker and whatnot, but I'll keep that in mind for IN onwards (though I don't think those use the -Easy-, -Hard-, -Lunatic- modifier so I guess it's really only PCB for that...hmm...). Xenomic 23:04, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Pfffffft...and another thing that I forgot to ask....do we want to link to the spellcards themselves on each individual page they're on or not? That might take quite a while if we decide to do so x_x Xenomic 23:07, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Preferably yes. It's probably easier to just go by each game. Some character pages already have some SCs indexed too. - Kiefmaster99 23:19, 26 February 2011 (UTC)
Mmm....probably, since you'd end up with something instead of "PCB", like "Perfect Cherry Blossom/Stage6#Spell Card 108" and then "PCB", which is pretty long....mmmm...but linking per game kinda defeats the purpose. I'll continue to go per game for now, and work on this more when I get done with what I Need to do. Xenomic 23:52, 26 February 2011 (UTC)

What I meant was 'to go through all of a game's SCs first, then move on to the next game' as opposed 'to going by character and spell card, and searching multiple games for that character'. Trying to put together Reimu's list for example was tiring because I opened multiple tabs for her first few spell cards, which was a pretty terrible approach. - Kiefmaster99 00:02, 27 February 2011 (UTC)

Oh lol. That's what I was originally going to do anyways since that seemed to be the best approach. Tis why I set up all of those empty tables ahead of time so I know what's coming up next. Granted, some of these shouldn't be THAT hard, considering that not many of these characters appear in multiple games. Xenomic 00:24, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
Ok, and about the grouping similar names thing...right now I'm starting at Maid Secret Skill "Killing Doll", "Killer Doll", and Illusion Sign "Killing Doll", all that has the same kanji "殺人ドール" (for Killing Doll) in the name. Should I group this together as currently shown or not? Xenomic 01:01, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
EDIT - Sorry about the mass editing spam here, but anyways, I think the way I'll handle things like this, if they're similar, is like with Sakuya, and for those with the same exact kanji (as with Youmu's Karmic Gust storymode spellcard from IaMP which is the same kanji for the move in PCB, but different name), I'll do the same while noting which game they're called that in and whatnot. Xenomic 01:01, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
Oh, treat different 'signs' as different spell cards (as I have done w/ "Blazing Star" and "Fantasy Seal"). It's probably cleaner. - Kiefmaster99 05:00, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
Well, ok then, though with Karmic Gust, it DOES use the exact same kanji so...not sure on that. I'll probably do that with Sakuya if nobody beats me to it then. Xenomic 05:17, 27 February 2011 (UTC)


And Done![edit]

That certainly took a bit of time to do, but all done with adding all spellcards here! All that's left is to add in comments and related spellcards (I'll fix up the number of spellcards here shortly). I'm gonna leave those sections to whoever wants to flesh it out! Enjoy~ Xenomic 07:54, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

Ah...gotta love when there's spellcards that have different names but the exact same kanji. Makes things all the more confusing I say! I didn't even know that one card was even used in IaMP >_< Xenomic 21:06, 1 March 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, TL inconsistencies annoy me. Anyways, thank you very much for filling in the blanks. I'll revise the list sometime. Maybe in a week when I'm less busy. - Kiefmaster99 00:17, 2 March 2011 (UTC)

Making it public[edit]

So where should we place this? Encyclopedia? Took me awhile to find it --Tsukihime 12:43, 11 March 2011 (PST)

Transclusion to character profiles[edit]

I will be marking off sections to transclude to the character profiles. This way if new characters appear or new spell cards appear, edits can be made wherever and this list will reflect all changes. --Tsukihime 12:47, 11 March 2011 (PST)

Actually, since we aren't skipping headings, I can just use #lsth instead. --Tsukihime 12:50, 11 March 2011 (PST)
Oh, a few notes. You might want to start bottom-up, as some spell card links for the first few are non-existent. The sorting method is different, and I've included in GoM, which you should remove for now. I will probably create another column for non-game works or something. - Kiefmaster99 12:55, 11 March 2011 (PST)
Here's a transcluded example of Sanae's spellcards. Users will be unable to edit it from that page unless I explicitly give an edit link. I don't think it will be a problem if you include non-game works. All further changes that are made would not require any changes elsewhere (I'm not sure how many people would look at it either) --Tsukihime 13:10, 11 March 2011 (PST)
Okay then, I didn't know how that would work. In that case, I guess improving aesthetics might also help. - Kiefmaster99 13:13, 11 March 2011 (PST)
Maybe. I think it suits the overall look of the profile page though lol --Tsukihime 13:16, 11 March 2011 (PST)

Difficulty[edit]

Maybe add in wich difficulty that specific spell card is used? - Quwanti

Good idea. Although, what happens if a spellcard appears in multiple games? --Tsukihime 01:13, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
I'm more iffy on that, mostly due to presentation. I don't imagine abbreviations would be a problem (E/N/H/L/Ex/Ph), but difficulty is game specific, so this might look a bit ugly. As of now though, I don't think any character/spell card shows up more than once in the main part of a difficulty-relevant game (EoSD, PCB, IN, MoF, SA, UFO), yet. I did intend having hotlinks for the reason if the person wanted more detail on the spell card in games though, but if you can make it look good, then I don't see why not. - Kiefmaster99 01:51, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
Hmm.. I did some thinking and for spell cards that is used in multiple games it is indeed hard. I did some experimenting on Reimu, and it worked out pretty good, I think. User: Use could be changed. And when it isn't used, St. 1: E/N/H/L/Ph/Ex/LW. In wich stage could be left out, but it is an possibility. - Quwanti 16:49, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
Name Translated Comments Games Difficulty Other Works Related Spell Cards
Total: 40
霊符「夢想封印」 Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal" EoSD*
PoFV*
UFO*
User: Use
User: Use
User: Use
Divine Spirit "Fantasy Seal", Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal -Spread-, -Concentrate-, -Blink-, -Circle-"
夢符「封魔陣」 Dream Sign "Evil-Sealing Circle" EoSD*
PCB*
IN
IaMP*
Soku
User: Use
User: Use
St. 4A: E/N
User: Use
Boss: Boss
GoM Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Demon Binding Circle"
Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Dragon Slaying Circle"
It seems that the main limitation on this format is just that with spell card with multiple games, this can end up rather lengthy (i.p. for some key recurring SCs). Anyways, if you are considering reforming columns, then I am thinking of another revision that would have to be made - I would want to split up the "Works included" column into "Games" and "Other Works" (for example, GoM, SSiB, etc). - Kiefmaster99 18:11, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
It will be very long, yes. Especialy some cards for Marisa. And for a new column. See the updated version of the one above. And I could not find a good "Difficulty" for that one in Hisoutensoku. - Quwanti 18:58, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
Changed table a bit. Well, at least the lengthiness only applies to a select few. With difficulty, I think "Usable" could stand by itself unless you also want to include the character subtype (A/B), and with fighters, given that SCs can occur in multiple character's scenarios, 'Story' or something is sufficient I guess (since they're referred to as Story Mode spell cards in their pages). - Kiefmaster99 19:16, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
Ok, so I am now going to apply this on some. I'm starting with Reimu, and then see how it looks. - Quwanti 14:04, 19 March 2011 (UTC)

Wikitable Sortable[edit]

While browsing Wikipedia, I came across their style of tables. Conveniently, that type of table is offered here. This is an example of what it'd look like, preserving all other widths, etc.

Name Translated Comments Games Difficulty Other Works Related Spell Cards
Total: 40
霊符「夢想封印」 Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal" EoSD*
PoFV*
UFO*
Use
Use
Use
Divine Spirit "Fantasy Seal"
夢符「封魔陣」 Dream Sign "Evil-Sealing Circle" EoSD*
PCB*
IN
IaMP*
Soku
Use
Use
St. 4A: E/N
Use
Story
GoM Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Demon Binding Circle"
Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Dragon Slaying Circle"
霊符「夢想封印 散」 Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal -Spread-" PCB*
IN
Use
St. 4A: E/N
Scattered Spirit "Fantasy Seal -Fader-"

The best part is that it involves a minor adjustment of code, as only the header section needs to be replaced. This will add functionality to the table and allow for alphabetical sorting of spell card names, but unfortunately as there is no category for number, I think you have to reload the page to restore the original order. It also looks slightly better than the current table. Comments?

Oh, and while I'm on the topic of table modifying, it possible to adopt the Wikipedia style of widths as well if we want. And left-alignment.

Name Translated Comments Game Difficulty Other Works Related Spell Cards
Total: 40
霊符「夢想封印」 Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal" EoSD*
PoFV*
UFO*
Use
Use
Use
Divine Spirit "Fantasy Seal"
夢符「封魔陣」 Dream Sign "Evil-Sealing Circle" EoSD*
PCB*
IN
IaMP*
Soku
Use
Use
St. 4A: E/N
Use
Story
GoM Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Demon Binding Circle"
Divine Arts "Omnidirectional Dragon Slaying Circle"
霊符「夢想封印 散」 Spirit Sign "Fantasy Seal -Spread-" PCB*
IN
Use
St. 4A: E/N
Scattered Spirit "Fantasy Seal -Fader-"

This has the advantage of having little weird compressed titles and utilizes end-user screen resolution, but comes at a cost of non-uniformity b/w each character list. - Kiefmaster99 22:29, 27 March 2011 (UTC)

I like it. But I think the "games" part should not be sortable, unless there is a good sollution. Because now it is just alphabetic for the top game in the list, so you still can't have a good look in wich game that sertain card appeared. Quwanti 22:48, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
Good point. A filter would be needed for that, as well as Other Works by extension. I've updated the tables with this change. - Kiefmaster99 23:10, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
Liking how this is turning out! This page's come a long way I have to say ^^ Xenomic 08:15, 29 March 2011 (UTC)
I like how you specified exactly which columns to sort on. Now I can go change the Fangames tables so they make sense lol --Tsukihime 01:23, 2 April 2011 (UTC)

Subpagify Revisited[edit]

As KyoriAsh mentioned months ago, this page will keep getting longer and longer. It's now the longest article on this wiki. With the addition of resortable tables as well, some people on slower connections probably have to wait a while for this page to load. The page has to be broken up into subpages. The question is: "How?".

Right now, I'm thinking of breaking the page up into at least three sections. The first will cover characters debuting from Touhou 6-9. The second for Touhou 10+. The third for Uwabami Breakers. I'm thinking of naming them /Touhou Project 1, /Touhou Project 2, and /Uwabami Breakers, while this page will be a directory. Any other suggestions regarding reorganizing are welcome (more subsections? diff names?). This change will involve fixing up the character pages as well for transclusion. - Kiefmaster99 07:38, 20 April 2011 (UTC)

I was going to say go by game, but....that's impossible with this. Your idea might be the way of doing it (Uwabami Breakers is totally going to be the smallest list to do too lol...), since I can't think of any other way. x_x Xenomic 08:30, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
Well, if we actually go by each game, then Suika, the Catfish, and Hatate are going to be very lonely. The alternate way I could think of is 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13. Breaking it to 6-9 will result in a page approx 132kb long, which could grow as older characters get even more spell cards. Wikipedia suggests breaking up a page with >100kb readable prose, but notes it applies less strongly to lists. Breaking it up into two sections for Touhou might be sufficient. Maybe rename "/Uwabami Breakers" to "/Other"? - Kiefmaster99 09:11, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
[[List of Spell Cards/Characters' Name]] is enough, no need to separate into which game - KyoriAsh 10:48, 20 April 2011 (UTC)
The only problem is that I think it hurts the navigability of the page. There will be too many subpages to flip though if someone just wants to look at spell cards, especially of minor characters, and the character pages already exist for individual viewing. - Kiefmaster99 19:17, 20 April 2011 (UTC)

Okay, I'm not sure if I'm the only one, but I can't even review changes. This page urgently needs to be split up somehow. If there are no objections, I'm going to split this up into the scheme previously mentioned before (6-9, 10-13, other) in three days. - Kiefmaster99 17:14, 4 June 2011 (UTC)

I can't see the changer either, I wouldn't mind if it is in a subpage. ~ Quwanti 21:36, 4 June 2011 (UTC)
Done. - Kiefmaster99 22:16, 9 June 2011 (UTC)

Template-ify[edit]

Because I was too stupid to notice that Fangames uses essentially the same style. I will try to adapt the template for this page, now that the column headings (Difficulty, Other Works) have remained stable and are not expected to change in the near future. That being said, if there are any column changes you want to propose, now's the time. - Kiefmaster99 18:39, 29 April 2011 (UTC)

See Template:SpellCardTable and Template:SpellCardTableEntry. Right now it's very basic. Is there a way to automatically count the number of entries for the ttl SC count for each character? - Kiefmaster99 23:44, 29 April 2011 (UTC)
A template would be great, the thing is that the page will be really huge with that template. Because it should be filled in for every spell card, so a lot of extra characters are needed. ~ Quwanti 18:27, 31 May 2011 (UTC)

Linking to Page[edit]

As everyone can see, the links to the specific spell card are huge. I am bussy with a template for it so when you fill in "{{SC|g=EoSD|s=1|n=Spell Card 3}}", "[[Embodiment of Scarlet Devil/Spell Cards/Stage 1#Spell Card 3|EoSD]]" will show up.. ~ Quwanti 18:27, 31 May 2011 (UTC)
See Template:SC/sandbox. I tried to make it as short as possible. It could be used for every spell card in the Spell Card subpage of a game. And for GoM. ~ Quwanti 22:54, 4 June 2011 (UTC)
I applied it to all the spell cards and put the outcome in the sandbox. The size is now ~154 kilobytes. First I want your opinion on the template and how it is used, before I put it on the whole table. See Template:SC how to use it. ~ Quwanti 18:14, 5 June 2011 (UTC)
First, sorry for the late response. I wish you didn't mark the last statement as minor...
Now, would it be possible to deal away with the letters? The 's' could cause confusion since it's used for both stage and character. The general flow does seem to be "game|stage/char|number|misc". Then again, this also allows for flexibility. (Probably not a good idea considering GoM).
For PoFV, just use n=1~4, etc. Charge can be changed to '1', as in-game, you charge 1 bar before releasing an attack. Same with Boss = 4.
With StB and DS, just use s=1. Condense 'Spoiler Stage' to 'SP'.
I'm unsure what the letters stand for in IaMP, SWR, and Soku Story modes. I'd just use m=story (mode = story). Same with m=skill.
I would use the wiki standard of HSTS when coding for (Hisouten)soku for consistency, but present it as Soku since "HSTS" isn't used outside of this wiki.
For printed works, it should be analogous to games. I'd use "{{SC|g=GoM|s=Marisa Kirisame}}".
Oh, I'm going ahead with the splitting by the way and have created subpages for them. I would save changes in the sandbox so that I can just copy-paste it over. - Kiefmaster99 23:26, 8 June 2011 (UTC)
Oops, should've read the template documentation first. - Kiefmaster99 01:36, 9 June 2011 (UTC)
Okay, I'm done implementing changes to it. Some ideas I realized were probably not as good ideas. This should make it easier for people to link to stuff. - Kiefmaster99 07:17, 9 June 2011 (UTC)
You did a great job to make it a lot easier. If you look in the sandbox you see that half of the work is already done so only the changes made by you should be changed. After that is done it could go into the spell card page. ~ Quwanti 07:40, 9 June 2011 (UTC)
Well, you did start the template to begin with. And it took me a zillion tries to get it right. - Kiefmaster99 08:50, 9 June 2011 (UTC)
At least there is now such template so the pages will be small, alot. ~ Quwanti 14:10, 9 June 2011 (UTC)

Makeover 2013[edit]

It's been a long while now, and I think these lists are due for a bit of a makeover. I want to implement some changes myself, and would like some suggestions from other editors on changes they wish to see as well.

Some specific changes I want to make are:

1. Changing the character headers to level 2 and remove the "Touhou Project" header. This improves navigability for mobile devices, and removes the redundant header as well. All the character hyperlinks would have to be removed though.
2. Merge "Comments" and "Related Spell Cards", as well as "Games" and "Other Works". I want to remove underused columns and merge them with existing ones to reduce the number of them, which would improve the readability of the lists themselves. The "Related Spell Cards" is close to being unused and should be removed except in limited special cases, which can be moved to comments (Satori in particular).

- Kiefmaster99 (talk) 22:00, 28 February 2013 (UTC)

I agree with both points. Though, the "Related Spell Cards" should also be used to note either the easy/normal or hard/lunatic version of said card. I think that is rather important. ☢ Quwanti 11:28, 1 March 2013 (UTC)
There are some reasons why I want to remove that section though. The primary reason is that, since the list was made, the space never really got filled in except for a few characters. The second is that one spell card can end up with multiple variants spanning across several games (such as Master Spark) making the list complex and taking up quite a bit of space. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 17:24, 2 March 2013 (UTC)
With no further comments, I'm going to revamp the lists over the weekend. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 23:54, 15 March 2013 (UTC)


Bombs from Subterranean Animism[edit]

Should we include the player's spell cards from SA under their respective characters' headings? (e.g. "Five Seasons" in Patchouli's section, "Remote Sacrifice" in Alice's, etc.) If bombs from the other games are included, I think these ones should be too. Gilde (talk) 05:51, 15 May 2013 (UTC)

They're not included because they are not spell cards; they are called "Long-distance Spirit Attacks". This seems to be the only game, other than MoF, where the bombs are not spell cards. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 07:01, 15 May 2013 (UTC)
Oh, that makes sense. Thank you! Gilde (talk) 15:01, 15 May 2013 (UTC)

Touhou 14[edit]

The new set of spell cards go under Touhou Project 2, right? Suzu (talk) 10:30, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

New list created for Touhou 14. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 17:46, 30 May 2013 (UTC)

ISC compatitability[edit]

I will revamp the template shortcuts for ISC sometime later, but before the end of the day. Cheers. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 20:14, 11 May 2014 (UTC)

Done. - Kiefmaster99 (talk) 00:10, 12 May 2014 (UTC)

Changing every instance of "oni god" (鬼神) in spell cards to "kishin"[edit]

Such as Suika's and Chen's SCs. Should we do that for consistency with PMiSS and various other things calling them "kishin" rather than "oni gods"? Or is there any particular reason for which it needs an alternate reading? Edit: Also in other places like SA's Lunatic difficulty being "Oni God class" and Reimu's Suika-based shot type. PK (talk) 12:15, 5 March 2018 (UTC)