Anguished Declaration of Love: When Jinka becomes the Beast God and starts rampaging, Tama tries to sooth him by professing her love for him and agreeing to marry him. It works… until the Mountain Goddess teleports her away.
Berserker Tears: When she sees the Tribe of the Void have mind-controlled Shakugan.
The Chessmaster: Has shades of this, using - or at least trying to use - her oratory skills to nonviolently diffuse conflicts.
Master of Illusion: Has been shown to be able to create small illusions. After the time skip, has powered up significantly due to her being apprenticed to another demon.
May-December Romance: She's a youko of a hundred years, while Jinka is a human in his teens. Doesn't stop them from having romantic feelings for each other, which is confirmed when Tama tells a maddened Jinka at the end of the first arc that she will always love him, even if he can't turn back into a human now.
Official Couple: Jinka proposes to her before the final battle, and when he transforms into the Beast God she accepts in an effort to calm him down. She even spends 8 years searching for him.
Older Than They Look: Is around a hundred years of age, but pre-timeskip has the body of a young teenager.
Training from Hell: Tama spends ten years alone in her mind meditating - while only a day passes in real time due to the Mountain Goddess manipulating space-time. This causes an increase in her spiritual power, and actually shocks Jinun and Senya into silence when this is revealed during the battle.
Red Baron: She becomes known as the Golden Youko post timeskip.
Declaration of Protection: Jinka doesn't really care about Tama's attempt to spread peace and love among humans, but sees himself as her protector and would crush anybody with great prejudice should they attempt to hurt her.
Decoy Protagonist: After Jinka became a thousand-tailed divine beast, he gave the stage over to Senya after the run of the first arc.
Rogue Protagonist: As the Void Tribe's tool, his days are spent at their beck and call devouring gods.
Elemental Punch: The tails that he obtains during Spiritual Awakening function as this.
Combined Energy Attack: His "Souls of the Five Elements" channels the power of his first five tails into a massive energy ball capable of burning off one of Jinun's arms and seriously injuring Douren.
Dishing Out Dirt: His first tail grants the ability to summon the Earth God to form a massive fist of earth.
Playing with Fire: His second tail grants the ability to summon the Inferno Princess, a fire elemental.
Making a Splash: His third tail grants him the ability to summon the Water Dragon, a water elemental that is used defensively.
Green Thumb: His fourth tail grants the ability to summon the Elder Tree, which he uses to constrain and restrict opponents.
Extra Ore Dinary: His fifth tail grants this ability to summon the Silver Blade, a massive sword.
Shock and Awe: The sixth tail grants him a tail made out of lightning.
Blow You Away: His seventh tail is a tornado called the God of Wind's Lance and enables him to move at superhuman speed.
Kill The Gods: How the Tribe of the Void seems to be using him, and Jinka doesn't just kill the gods… he eats them.
Kitsune: His Spiritual Awakening temporarily turns him into one. He later becomes one with 1000 tails after eating the flesh of a Mountain God.
Likes Older Women: He is quite a lot younger than Tama, and has vowed to marry her once he gets a demon body.
Magical Eye: Something that bordered on Unusually Uninteresting Sight as none of the characters had cared to mention it until the Mountain Goddess brought it up. It's actually a Fairy Eye, and allows Jinka to see the aura of living things.
Magnetic Medium: Jinka and his yet to be seen twin brother both possess the fairy eye, and as such, both attract demons when they are together.
Misanthrope Supreme: Jinka has expressed his hatred of humanity many times in the series, and would much rather be a demon than a human.
Official Couple: He asks for Tama's hand in marriage once he becomes a demon, and she accepts once he becomes the Thousand-Tailed Demon Fox.
Character Development: And how. He's changed from a cowardly, near-useless swordsman to a rage-filled Determinator with only revenge on his mind. Luckily he gets over it.
Determinator: Nothing could dissuade him from following Jinka and Tama on their journey. When he was younger, the insults of his swords master did nothing to stop him from attempting to learn the sword too.
Even Evil Has Standards: While not evil per sae, he is horrified and enraged when he learns Resshin deliberately sent a boulder loaded with cursed talismans rolling towards a hut with a pregnant woman inside.
Friendly Enemy: Engages in a drinking contest with the main group during their first meeting.
Heel-Face Turn: Joins Senya's group in fighting the Tribe of the Void.
Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Has a body made out of curses, and carries around a bag that can spew out anything. Towards the end of the first arc, Resshin has been modified by Yazen so much that he resembles a giant tank. Subverted by the fact that Yazen states that Resshin is "nothing more than a heap of trash glued together".
Naughty Nuns: While she's not a nun per sae, she is an exorcist working for a Buddhist monastery, and one of the first things she does upon meeting the main cast is lift her skit, though she transforms her lower body before anything revealing anything indecent.
Badass Pacifist: Is trying his darndest to be this. Doesn't work. Slips up when a mad god attacked him, but he later finds a way to make it work.
Kamehame Hadoken: His Roaring Thunder Blast technique fires a focused beam of ki.
Laser-Guided Amnesia: He had completely forgotten whatever that has happened before the Mountain Goddess sealed him in the current arc. He regains his memories, and decides to leave behind his past at the Dangaishu.
Living MacGuffin: The Tribe of the Void are after the Jewel of 1000 Wonders sealed inside his body.
Tyke Bomb: Fused with a thousand demons at the age of eight years and is one of the best fighters in the series. To put things into perspective, this eight year-old kid shreds apart two tengu demons whom Jinka has stated as possessing great spiritual power in a few seconds.
"Well Done, Son!" Guy: It turns out that Senya is Jinun's son. To better understand this, Senya has been calling Jinun "Master" from the beginning of the series and only revealed the fact that he was Jinun's son when he was trying to save the other from the Mountain Goddess.