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* FeelNoPain: {{Justified|Trope}} by being an [[TheUndead undead]].

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* FeelNoPain: {{Justified|Trope}} by being an [[TheUndead undead]].TheUndead, she doesn't really feel pain at all.



* [[PaperTalisman [=Ofuda=]]]: Has one on her forehead. Among other things, this clues Youmu in that someone else is controlling Yoshika after she defeats her.

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* [[PaperTalisman [=Ofuda=]]]: PaperTalisman: Has one on her forehead. Among other things, this clues Youmu in that someone else is controlling Yoshika after she defeats her.her.
* PoisonousPerson: Her Poison Nail "Undead Murderer" spell card can poison people if it manages to connect, according to Yukari in ''The Grimoire of Usami''.


** Before ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' confirmed that they were actually earmuffs, many fans assumed that what she was wearing over her ears were headphones (which would be rather [[AnachronismStew anachronistic]] considering the time period she comes from). Come ''Hopeless Masquerade'', her losing sprite has them break down and show a spring inside.

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** Before ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' confirmed that they were actually earmuffs, many fans assumed that what she was wearing over her ears were headphones (which would be rather [[AnachronismStew anachronistic]] considering the time period she comes from). Come ''Hopeless Masquerade'', her losing sprite has them break down and show a spring inside. Sumireko even asks her what brand they are in ''Antinomy of Common Flowers''.


* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Translations often have her speak like this to reflect the her archaic Japanese.

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Translations often have her speak like this to reflect the her archaic Japanese.

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Translations often have her speak like this to reflect the her archaic Japanese.


* DumbMuscle: Very strong, very dumb. Unfortunately, this being Gensoukyou, physical strength doesn't mean much, and even if it did there's plenty of strong youkai around.

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* DumbMuscle: Very strong, very dumb. Unfortunately, this being Gensoukyou, Gensokyo, physical strength doesn't mean much, and even if it did there's plenty of strong youkai around.



* BadSanta: Despite the fact that Gensoukyou doesn't celebrate Christmas. [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Symposium_of_Post-mysticism/Bunbunmaru_Newspaper_4 It's kind of complicated.]]

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* BadSanta: Despite the fact that Gensoukyou Gensokyo doesn't celebrate Christmas. [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Symposium_of_Post-mysticism/Bunbunmaru_Newspaper_4 It's kind of complicated.]]


* PetTheDog: Despite her allegedly evil connotations and the fact that she uses Yoshika as a meat shield in battle, she still referes to the Jiang Shi as her "cute underling" and fanon typically has her being very caring, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes even loving or motherly towards the zombie.]] This treatment varies from just keeping Yoshika company on the graveyard to patching her up whenever she gets broken and, in more serious fan works, promising not to abandon her [[HeartwarmingMoments even if she starts falling apart due to decay]] ([[{{Jerkass}} though]] [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness there are]] [[TearJerker exceptions]]).

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* PetTheDog: Despite her allegedly evil connotations and the fact that she uses Yoshika as a meat shield in battle, she still referes to the Jiang Shi as her "cute underling" and fanon typically has her being very caring, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes even loving or motherly towards the zombie.]] This treatment varies from just keeping Yoshika company on the graveyard to patching her up whenever she gets broken and, in more serious fan works, promising not to abandon her [[HeartwarmingMoments [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments even if she starts falling apart due to decay]] ([[{{Jerkass}} though]] [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness there are]] [[TearJerker exceptions]]).



* FightingClown: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she's basically a walking CrowningMomentOfFunny with many strange and silly attacks and animations. You can tell that she isn't taking the fights too seriously.

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* FightingClown: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she's basically a walking CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} with many strange and silly attacks and animations. You can tell that she isn't taking the fights too seriously.


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This page is for ''Touhou'' characters who debuted in ''Touhou Shinreibyou ~ Ten Desires''.

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[[folder:Kyouko Kasodani]]
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::''Sutra-Reciting Mountain Spirit''
::'''Kyouko Kasodani'''

-->''"You always gotta give a proper greeting!"''

She is a yamabiko, a youkai responsible for creating echoes in the mountains. She's recently converted to Buddhism and joined the Myouren Temple, and enjoys reciting sutras.

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* ALittleSomethingWeCallRockAndRoll: According to ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' she somehow learned what PunkRock is and [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Symposium_of_Post-mysticism/Bunbunmaru_Newspaper_1 started holding concerts]] (with Mystia on guitar).
* BlatantLies: Tries to excuse fighting the protagonist by claiming that attacking humans is part of her morning duties. She's shocked when Sanae actually believes her.
* CatchPhrase: The fandom gave her several catchphrases, usually in the form of exclamations. She has "Yahoo!"[[note]]Comes from her description in the [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Kyouko#Ten_Desires_-_omake.txt demo's read-me]][[/note]], "Ohayou Gozaimasu!"[[note]]"Good Morning!"[[/note]] and "Gyate Gyate"[[note]]It was rendered in one of her portrait sprites as "ぎゃーてー ぎゃーてー". Beginning part of the mantra in the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_Sutra Heart Sutra.]][[/note]]
* CollaredByFashion: Since her ears resemble dog's ears, it's very popular for her to be wearing a collar in fanworks even in her normal outfit. In canon she only wears one when in her Choujuu Gigaku getup.
* CoolShades: Wears a pair of pointy shades while she's in her Choujuu Gigaku getup, but she's also appeared wearing them in her cameo appearances in ''Forbidden Scrollery''.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Has green eyes to match her green hair.
* CuteButCacophonic: Adorable, but could likely rupture your eardrums at close range.
* CuteLittleFangs: As depicted in ''Manga/WildAndHornedHermit''.
* HellBentForLeather: Wears a leather jacket with [[TooManyBelts numerous belts]] while in her Choujuu Gigaku getup.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moaXUZIBLNg "Youkai Girl at the Gate"]]
* LittleBitBeastly: Visually, she has the ears of a [[http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%95%E3%82%A1%E3%82%A4%E3%83%AB:Suushi_Yama-biko.jpg Yamabiko]]. While the kind of animal the Yamabiko is supposed to be [[CartoonCreature is ambiguous at best]], ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' has confirmed that she has a tail and a lot of fans make her to be a cute dog.
* MakeMeWannaShout: Her power is to reflect sound waves, which she does by shouting according to her fight-posturing. However, it's hardly destructive. She uses it to reflect back her danmaku.
* PaintingTheFrostOnWindows: Or create echoes, rather.
* PunkRock: Together with Mystia she becomes Choujuu Gigaku (''dance of bird and beast''), a punk group that hold 'guerrilla concerts' at the dead of night. It's her way of relieving stress. It's implied that Akyuu might even be a fan of their performances and according to the artwork from the page (which is supposed to be a photo in-verse) it appears Reisen is a fan as well, since her distinct ears are visible.

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[[folder:Yoshika Miyako]]
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::''Faithful Undead''
::'''Yoshika Miyako'''

-->''"Um... what was I guarding..."''

Yoshika is a jiangshi, and a bodyguard of sorts for Seiga Kaku. She's not very good at her job.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Very empty headed. Akyuu claims she's actually entirely mindless.
** AttentionDeficitOohShiny: [[http://demonhunterscompendium.blogspot.com/2012/07/the-jiangshi.html This is much more accurate than it isn't]]. Jiangshis have been known to be very stupid and empty-headed, but really annoying when it comes to them wanting food.
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Chikayoruna!" meaning, "Go away!" or "Don't come closer!"
* DependingOnTheArtist: Artists can't seem to decide on what her skin color is supposed to be with hues ranging from normal human colored to blue, to green, to grey and to purple.
* DumbMuscle: Very strong, very dumb. Unfortunately, this being Gensoukyou, physical strength doesn't mean much, and even if it did there's plenty of strong youkai around.
* ExpressiveAccessory: According to fandom, the ''[[PaperTalisman [=Ofuda=]]]'' on her forehead changes what it says depending on the situation.
* ExtremeOmnivore: Her power is the ability to eat absolutely anything. Often draws parallels to Yuyuko in fanon.
* FeelNoPain: {{Justified|Trope}} by being an [[TheUndead undead]].
* FlechetteStorm: At any given time, her bullet patterns can fill the screen with ''hundreds'' of kunai bullets. When compared to the previous boss, this is ''absurd''.
* ForgetfulJones: Some of the characters speculate that her brain is rotten. She ''is'' a zombie.
* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Probably based on [[http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E9%83%BD%E8%89%AF%E9%A6%99 Miyako no Yoshika]], a famous scholar and poet that was rumoured to have become a hermit. It seems in this universe [[GenderBender he]] became the puppet of a hermit instead. [[GenderBender And a young girl somehow]].
* HumanShield: Seiga uses her like one in the dual boss fight.
* HyperactiveMetabolism: She'll eat spirits during battle to heal herself.
* {{Jiangshi}}: Judging by her name, she's from Japan rather than China. However, her creator (Seiga Kaku) is Chinese, so it makes sense that she could simply make a jiangshi out of a Japanese person.
* LargeHam: "CURSE YOOOOOU! I'M DONE FOOOOOR!"
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaw8WyORAZY "Rigid Paradise"]]
* NiceHat: A cap with a star on it. More than a few people have noticed that the star makes the cap look remarkably like Meiling's beret.
* [[PaperTalisman [=Ofuda=]]]: Has one on her forehead. Among other things, this clues Youmu in that someone else is controlling Yoshika after she defeats her.
* RecurringBoss: Appears to assist Seiga in stage 4.
* SoullessShell: She's just a reanimated corpse without a soul.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Not her, but her species name, largely due to it being originally Chinese. Kyonshi, Jiangshi, and Geung si are merely the romanizations you're most likely to come across.
* TwoFirstNames: The kanji for it are odd, but Miyako is normally a given name.
* TheUndead: A {{Jiangshi}}, to be exact. It is noted that she's gaining more and more qualities attributed to [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]] these days because in the outside world people rarely tell stories about jiang-shi anymore, but zombies are popular, and complains about getting compared to them.
* ViralTransformation: Anyone bitten by her will transform into a {{Jiangshi}}... for a while, anyway.
* WarriorPoet: The "warrior" part [[DumbMuscle is debatable]], but when she's not under Seiga's control she once was seen reciting poems in the graveyard.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Reimu, Marisa, and Sanae could have used their brooms to "sweep her away" into her grave.
* WistfulAmnesia: When not under Seiga's control, her body appears to retain some memories of its former life.
* ZombieGait: Has her arms in front in "sleepwalker"/"[[Music/MichaelJackson Thriller]]" position at all times. In-game, she comments that she has to do stretches to prevent stiffening; fandom has her unable to bend at all.

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[[folder:Seiga Kaku]]
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::''The Wicked Hermit Who Passes Through Walls''
::'''Seiga Kaku'''


-->''"The folks in Hell consider you evil just for living a long life. How rude."''

A Chinese hermit and the creator of Yoshika. She is the one that taught Miko Taoism, and the one to suggest using Buddhism to pacify Japan. She assists with Miko's resurrection in Gensokyo, although doesn't actually ally herself with the Miko faction, instead choosing to pursue a variety of people she finds interesting.

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* AffablyEvil: Despite the fact that she seems to be widely recognized as evil, that doesn't stop her from acting friendly towards everyone she meets and laughing off attempts to kill her.
* BadSanta: Despite the fact that Gensoukyou doesn't celebrate Christmas. [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Symposium_of_Post-mysticism/Bunbunmaru_Newspaper_4 It's kind of complicated.]]
* BlasphemousPraise: Claims that Miko will be "far grander than that [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} infidel prophet who resurrected three days after his execution]]".
* CardCarryingVillain: Literally, she [[MyCard presents it]] to Kasen upon escaping the Kishin's trap, recognizing her as a fellow hermit.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Blue hair and eyes.
* DisappearedDad: Her father left her to follow Taoism. [[GenerationXerox She ended up running out on her own family to seek her father, as well as to further practice Taoism.]]
* DualBoss: Fights alongside [[FlunkyBoss her servant Yoshika]], though you can only kill Yoshika temporarily and must empty Seiga's lifebar to proceed.
* EnemiesWithDeath: She's a fugitive from Hell due to her unsanctioned immortality, and has to routinely fight off enemies sent to kill her.
* EnlightenedAntagonist: As mentioned below as a hermit she's achieved enlightenment, but is utterly amoral and evil.
* EnlightenmentSuperpowers: The goal of all Taoist hermits, although in her case it apparently comes along with the realization that the laws of nature contain no moral guidelines.
* EvilMentor: She taught Miko Taoism and she's a "wicked hermit." According to Miko herself, Seiga demonstrated through her actions that power is only as good or evil as the wielder.
* FakingTheDead: To run away from her family.
* HairDecorations: While many other characters in this series have hair decorations, Seiga's hairpin is notable in that she can use it to pass through walls.
* HermitGuru: She's a [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Perfect_Memento:_Hermits hermit]] like Kasen Ibara, but because of her personality and willingness to deceive others, she lacks divine grace and so is considered a [[NunTooHoly "wicked hermit"]].
* ILoveTheDead: Due to her relationship with Yoshika, fandom commonly portrays her as a necrophiliac to some extent.
* ImmortalityImmorality:
** A rather blatant case, where the Ministry of Right and Wrong (ie: the [[CelestialBureaucracy government of Heaven and Hell]]) have explicitly declared that humans living too long is itself a sin.
** Although this logic is questioned in-series even by the generally good-natured Kasen, so depending on how you interpret it, this could even be a case of GodIsEvil or RageAgainstTheHeavens. From Seiga's perspective anyway.
* InSeriesNickname: Also known as Seiga Niang Niang ("Lady Seiga" in Chinese), which is rendered by the Japanese fandom as Seiga Nyan Nyan.
* [[IntangibleMan Intangible Woman]]: Sort of. She possesses the power to pass through walls, but does it by causing parts of the walls to [[PortableHole temporarily disappear]] using the Wall-Removing Chisel that she keeps in her hair.
* {{Leitmotif}}: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K96VIem5os4 Old Yuanshen]][[SpellMyNameWithAnS /Yuanxian]]"
* {{Necromancer}}: Has no problem raising the dead to serve as her mindless minion (Yoshika). Akyuu considers this the primary reason she earned the title of "wicked hermit".
* ObviouslyEvil:
** Byakuren can immediately tell she's ''ridiculously'' evil, and Akyuu doesn't have much love for her, either.
** Two of her spellcards start with "Evil Sign", for heaven's sake.
* PetTheDog: Despite her allegedly evil connotations and the fact that she uses Yoshika as a meat shield in battle, she still referes to the Jiang Shi as her "cute underling" and fanon typically has her being very caring, [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes even loving or motherly towards the zombie.]] This treatment varies from just keeping Yoshika company on the graveyard to patching her up whenever she gets broken and, in more serious fan works, promising not to abandon her [[HeartwarmingMoments even if she starts falling apart due to decay]] ([[{{Jerkass}} though]] [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness there are]] [[TearJerker exceptions]]).
* PublicDomainCharacter: Pretty clearly supposed to be Wu Qing'e from ''Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio''.
* SayItWithHearts: In ''Manga/WildAndHornedHermit'', she [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext introduces herself]] to Kasen with hearts in her speech bubbles. And has hearts drawn on her [[CardCarryingVillain business card]].
* ShadowArchetype: Like Byakuren, she used magic to extend her life for selfish reasons. Unlike Byakuren (a devout [[UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}} Buddhist]] to whom desire is a sin) she is completely unconflicted about this. While most characters can tell that Seiga is evil, Byakuren reacts to her particularly violently.
* SoulJar: A bamboo stick that she had "die" in her place, allowing her to become immortal.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Has dark blue hair.

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[[folder:Soga no Tojiko]]
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::''Ghost of the Children of the Gods''
::'''Soga no Tojiko'''

-->''"Iíll take you down!"''

One of Miko's followers, she manipulated the events of the religious war as a member of the Buddhist faction. Exists as a ghost due to Futo sabotaging her attempt to become a taoist immortal. In game, she's another midboss with no dialogue - though she speaks in one of Miko's spell cards.

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* BlueBlood: From the powerful Soga clan of Asuka period Japan.
* BossBanter: When she appears in Miko's spell card. Which, ironically enough, are the only lines of dialogue she has during gameplay.
* CameBackWrong: Futo sabotaged her would-be body, so Tojiko remained incorporeal instead.
* CatchPhrase: The fandom has turned her first line of BossBanter, "Yatte yan yo!", into this. Means something along the lines of "Have at you!" or "Iíll take you down!", but there's no consistent translation yet.
* CuteGhostGirl: Her usual appearance.
* CursedWithAwesome: It is specifically stated that she likes being a ghost.
* FogFeet:
** Unusually, she has two, one for each foot.
** Fanart tends to have her body transition from human-like to ghostly somewhere around the thighs.
* TheGadfly: Tends to be really rough when speaking, saying things that shock people. [[{{Pun}} (Tee hee.)]]
* ImmortalitySeeker: And she succeeded, if not in the way she expected, no thanks to Futo.
* NiceHat: A kanmuri that not only looks silly but looks out of place with the rest of her costume (a simple western-style green dress with [=ofuda=] along the hem).
* NoHistoricalFiguresWereHarmed: Probably based on Tojiko no Iratsume, the daughter of the leader of the Soga, and consort of Prince Shoutoku. That last part probably didn't carry over to her Touhou incarnation, but it has made shipping her with Miko fairly common.
* RecurringBoss: Appears in one of Miko's spell cards.
* ShockAndAwe: Has the power to call thunder. Which is also lightning for some reason.
** HistoricalInJoke: The Soga clan was overthrown by the founder of the Fujiwara clan[[note]]in the Touhou-verse, also ''Mokou's grandfather''[[/note]], who was later struck dead by lightning, believed to be the "curse of the Soga."
* SoulJar: Attempted to use a literal jar to become immortal, but died because of Futo's sabotage.
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: Her thunder powers are triggered by her anger.

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[[folder:Mononobe no Futo]]
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::''A Shikaisen from Ancient Japan''
::'''Mononobe no Futo'''

-->''"Though apart from creed, Buddhism and I have a profound connection. It moveth me most deeply... shall I start a fire?"''

One of the Taoist followers of Miko, she manipulated the events of the religious war as a member of the anti-Buddhist faction. As part of her research into immortality, Miko put Futo in a state of suspended animation so she could be revived later as a shikaisen. This occurs when Miko's mausoleum moves to Gensokyo.

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* AdorablyPrecociousChild: The characterization the fandom has picked up from ''Hopeless Masquerade'', due to how young she looks in her character portraits.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: Her profile describes her as "Human? (a taoist who self-identifies as a shikaisen)" - a [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Hermit#Xian Shikaisen]] being a sort of semi-immortal. She's likely on the border.
* AntiquatedLinguistics: The Japanese she speaks is very archaic, showing how she's a FishOutOfTemporalWater. Translations have her use FloweryElizabethanEnglish to reflect this.
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Seems like a harmless FishOutOfTemporalWater, but she does things like trying to kill her comrade because of a grudge between the families they've already betrayed.
* BlueBlood: From the formerly powerful Mononobe clan, who fell during the early Asuka period.
* BossBanter: When she appears in one of Miko's spell cards.
* TheCameo: Shows up at the end of Chapter 11 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' in order to watch Kokoro's play.
* CharacterTics: In ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', she has a habit of tilting her head in a very peculiar fashion.
* CoolShip: Jumps on the legendary ''Iwafune'' ship[[note]]The rock ship that Nigihayahi no Mikoto, the legendary founder of the Mononobe clan, is believed to have descended from heaven on.[[/note]] for a few of her spell cards.
* DeathFromAbove: ''Hopeless Masquerade'' version 1.30 gives her a spellcard named Fate "Gate Opening for Catastrophe" that causes objects to fall on her opponent. What exactly falls depends on the number of plates Futo is close to when she activates the spell. At it's lowest level the spellcard drops buckets and pots. At the highest level ''it drops a UFO''. ([[ContinuityNod So that's where they went.]] [[{{Irony}} And to think that of all people, she'd be the one to drop UFOs...]])
* ElementalPowers: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', uses attacks of numerous elements, including DishingOutDirt, BlowYouAway, and MakingASplash. Although her major spellcards seem to favor PlayingWithFire.
* EnemiesWithDeath: As a ''shikaisen'', it's inevitable that someday, she'll have to fight off a shinigami who comes for her.
* FailedASpotCheck: Most people do notice Koishi when fighting her. Futo... doesn't.
* FantasticRacism: Unreasonably hostile to youkai. It seems that this has caused a lot conflict around her, though she seems to have gotten over it by ''Hopeless Masquerade'', in which she routinely invites youkai to convert to Taoism.
* FashionableAsymmetry: Subtle, but the cloth strips on her sleeves and shoes are all different colors.
* FauxDeath: In Miko's profile says Futo "continued to sleep without decaying".
* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Hasn't been able to adapt to modern times.
* FloweryElizabethanEnglish: In translation, to reflect her usage of a very archaic dialect of Japanese.
* {{Foil}}:
** To [[Characters/TouhouImperishableNight Mokou]]. Both were daughters of the aristocracy over 1000 years in the past, had issues with their families, sought out immortality, have a rival that they took revenge on for shaming said families, and are associated with fire. In Futo's case, however, her revenge was successful, and Tojiko actually died--despite that, the two of them aren't at each other's throats like Mokou and Kaguya are. Futo also seems to enjoy her immortality and has legitimate pyromania, whereas Mokou is often depicted as [[WhoWantsToLiveForever angsting over it]] and having more control over her abilities.
** Amusingly enough, in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' it's for, at the very least both being immortal, that makes Futo interested in befriending Mokou, and Mokou seems alright with it as well.
* KarmaHoudini: She ''killed'' Tojiko. Cold blooded murder. No one seems to care anymore, least of all Tojiko who discovered the joys of being freed from her mortal body.
* ImmortalitySeeker: Like the rest of the Taoists she desired immortality.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POUxrKNkbA4 "Legend of the Great Gods"]], which also has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jdr07jW4D4c a remix]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade''.
* NiceHat: Wears a tate-eboshi. Unlike Tojiko, her hat matches the kariginu robe she wears and is a part of a shinto priest's uniform.
* NoHistoricalFiguresWereHarmed: Probably based on Mononobe no Futsuhime, the little sister of the leader of the Moriya, and wife of the leader of the Soga. According to one account, Futsuhime turned traitor against the Mononobe by killing her brother. Futo appears to have been more subtle than Futsuhime. Another distinct difference between Futo and her real-life counterpart is that Mononobe no Futsuhime was the ''mother'' of Tojiko no Iratsume, the basis for Soga no Tojiko. In Touhou, Futo is absolutely not Tojiko's mother. Something that would've [[OffingTheOffspring put a whole different context]] to what happened between Futo and Tojiko in the game's backstory.
* {{Pyromaniac}}: Her way of dealing with anything that scares her is to set it on fire. Also, her [[LimitBreak Last Word]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' is simply setting the whole stage on fire and her dialog also indicates that she enjoys starting fires when she's feeling emotional. This behavior is a HistoricalInJoke about her involvement in the burning of Buddhist temples during the religious war.
* RecurringBoss: Appears in one of Miko's spell cards along with Tojiko.
* RewardingVandalism: Her unique mechanic in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' revolves around summoning and breaking plates to receive {{Status Buff}}s. Lampshaded by her BossSubtitles in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', which calls her "the Plate-Breaking Shikaisen".
* SkirtOverSlacks: One of her {{Palette Swap}}s in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' gives her this. Amusingly, it also gives her pink hair which is not often associated with this {{Tomboy}}-style.
* SoulJar: ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' explains that she transferred her soul into a plate. She then essentially ''became'' her Soul Jar when the plate took her form, and her corpse became the plate.
* StringyHairedGhostGirl: Her Occult Special in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' revolve around summoning Okiku from Banchou no Sarayashiki.
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: The manipulation of ''feng shui''? Making it either better or worse (depends on how you look at it) is that she's not actually using feng shui; it's her name for the mashup of shintou and taoist magic that she uses.
* ZettaiRyouiki: Not normally but some of her alternate color pallets in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' give her this. Grade A, in fact.

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[[folder:Toyosatomimi no Miko]]
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::''Shoutoku Taoist''
::'''Toyosatomimi no Miko'''

-->''"This era, when humans deny my existence and I have become legend, is what I was waiting for! Now, attempt to defeat me! And I shall become a living legend!"''

A former ruler of Japan, known in modern times as the legendary saint [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Shotoku Prince Shoutoku]] (apparently [[SheIsTheKing the part about her gender]] got lost over time). She publicly advanced Buddhism, and was highly influential in spreading it throughout the country, but she only used it to control the masses. In secret she studied Taoism under Seiga in an attempt to gain immortality. When her own research began to destroy her health, she performed a secret ritual on herself that was designed to put her in a state of suspended animation and then be revived later as a shikaisen. However, she was thwarted by her own manipulations: Buddhist monks placed seals on her mausoleum which prevented her resurrection. She remained sealed until the modern day, when people began to question whether or not Prince Shoutoku was ever a real person.[[note]]This is something that actually happened, albeit given as much credit as similar theories about Creator/WilliamShakespeare.[[/note]] This lack of belief in her caused her mausoleum to be moved to Gensokyo, where all mythical beings in Japan go, allowing her resurrection to be completed.

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* TheAce: As befits someone based on the legendary statesman, she's supposedly a wise leader, a peerless warrior, a brilliant strategist, and unexpectedly a master craftsman. Or so she claims. At the very least she was able to [[spoiler:make a perfect Mask of Hope]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade''.
* AffablyEvil: [[WhiteAndGreyMorality "Evil" is debatable]], but she's a charming conversationalist who seems to treat even her inferiors with respect.
* AndIMustScream: She was restless in her state of suspended animation, and the manual states that she vengefully awaits the day she will awaken... which is the day ''Ten Desires'' takes place.
* AndThenWhat: She actually does have a plan! She'll take over the "administration" of the humans in Gensokyo if she decides they need it (she is open to the possibility they don't) and eventually plans on AscendingToAHigherPlaneOfExistence as a Celestial.
* AnimeHair: Her hair is shaped in a way that makes it look like animal ears. Taken UpToEleven in ''Wild and Horned Hermit'', where you'd be forgiven for thinking that she's some kind of beast youkai thanks to the art style.
* ArchEnemy: There's no love lost between her and Byakuren, though they can be civil towards one another.
* AscendedMeme: From the moment she was introduced, fans have noted how similar in appearance she was to [[VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou Neku Sakuraba]]. Come ''Hopeless Masquerade'', [[ShoutOut she's received a Neku palette swap.]]
** Before ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' confirmed that they were actually earmuffs, many fans assumed that what she was wearing over her ears were headphones (which would be rather [[AnachronismStew anachronistic]] considering the time period she comes from). Come ''Hopeless Masquerade'', her losing sprite has them break down and show a spring inside.
* {{Astrologer}}: As part of her Taoist magic. The sphere of the heavens shows up as a theme in some of her spell cards, and in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she has the [[TheMagnificent rather hammy title]] of "Almighty Taoist Who Rules the Cosmos".
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: The leader of the Taoists and a prince, and their most powerful warrior.
* BadassBack: Faces away from the camera as one of her victory animations in ''Hopeless Masquerade''. In the sequel ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', she stops mid-battle to take this pose as part of her Occult Special.
* BadassCape: Her ''Hopeless Masquerade'' outfit gives her one, which makes her [[HighCollarOfDoom look remarkably evil]]. It even ''[[ImpossiblyCoolClothes changes colors]]'' depending on [[PopularityPower her current popularity]]. Fanworks often depict the cape [[ExpressiveAccessory changing colour in response to Miko's emotions]].
* BatmanGambit: She promoted the values of Buddhism in order to subjugate the population of Japan, while secretly practicing Taoism to attain immortality for herself.
* BenevolentMageRuler: She styles herself as such, at least.
* {{Bifauxnen}}: Like with Shou, her boyish appearance and being based on a male figure has led to her often being portrayed as this by fans. It helps that unlike Shou, Miko has a hefty dose of masculine arrogance, not to mention that other characters refer to her as a prince [[SheIsTheKing despite being female]].
* BishieSparkle: For some reason, her "I'm AWESOME" pose ''Hopeless Masquerade'' is done with glinting sparkles around her.
** Gets worse in ''Manga/WildAndHornedHermit'' where Kasen has to close her eyes not to get blinded by her sparkles.
* BlessedWithSuck: While her ability to hear the desires of ten people at once is useful, it can get grating to hear so many voices after a while. To deal with this she wears earmuffs, which lets her block out people's voices when she has to.
* BossBanter: Actually speaks a line during battle without pausing the game.
* BreathWeapon: The ([[UnmovingPlaid independently scrolling]]) dragon pattern in her cape in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' isn't just for decoration - it can actually breathe fire.
* CameBackStrong: Came back from entombment more powerful than ever.
* CapeSwish: Apart from doing it in some of her portraits in ''Hopeless Masquerade'', she can use it to teleport around the stage.
* TheCameo: Shows up at the end of Chapter 11 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' alongside Byakuren watching Kokoro's play of ''Hopeless Masquerade.''
* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: When people began to deny her existence her mausoleum was transported to Gensokyo. This allowed her to complete her resurrection. At the same time, the fact that she was a legendary figure meant that she CameBackStrong. Even better, this is her schtick in ''Hopeless Masquerade'': [[PopularityPower her power is affected by how many people believe in her]].
* CoolSword:
** Widely assumed to be a Seven Star Sword, [[GemEncrusted a design]] with evil-repelling properties in Taoist thought, due to Prince Shoutoku possessing one. In fact, due to how the shikaisen process works Miko's current body ''is'' a CoolSword transformed into a human, carrying around her original body transformed into the sword. She mostly fights with her [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaku_%28ritual_baton%29 shaku]] instead.
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', she still uses the shaku for melee attacks, but she has a few attacks where she partially or ([[IaijutsuPractitioner briefly]]) completely unsheathes the sword. Doing so causes it to [[SwordBeam spew light]], or [[AbsurdlySharpBlade cut open a rift in space]] to spew light.
* CuteLittleFangs: In her ''Wild and Horned Hermit'' appearances.
* DeadpanSnarker: ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' shows her to be pretty quick-witted, though she's about as likely to make a pun as she is to mock Byakuren.
* DifficultySpike: She is an absolute ''monster'' at danmaku. Her followers and the mooks she attracted are most definitely not. Provided you're playing on normal, anyway.
* DuelingMessiahs: With Byakuren Hijiri; Miko is the more pragmatic one.
* TheEmperor: Was the Shadow Emperor variety while she was alive.
* EnemiesWithDeath: And she even looks forward to fighting a shinigami.
* EnemyMine:
** [[spoiler:Unites with both [[ArchNemesis Byakuren Hijiri]] and Reimu in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' in hopes of defeating Kokoro in Kokoro's story.]]
** They team up again in ''Antinomy of Common Flowers'' to figure out the cause of the incident, although Miko is in charge.
* EnergyBall: Her ''Wishful Soul of Desire'' in ''Hopeless Masquerade''. As stated in the description of her skill, she uses the ''desires'' of the people who believe in her to form an orb of PureEnergy [[HomingProjectile that seeks and attacks her opponent]].
* EnlightenmentSuperpowers: Basically what it means to be a hermit in this setting, although [[OurLichesAreDifferent she may have skipped a step]]... Also a long-term goal of hers, as a way of becoming a Celestial.
* EvilLaugh: Does one as her victory pose in ''Hopeless Masquerade''.
* FacePalm: Face''shaku'', actually. One of her portraits. The losing variant has her as a complete mess, while the story variant is used in "[[FlatWhat Why didn't I notice this earlier]]?"
* FauxDeath: Was thought to be dead, but was merely [[KingInTheMountain sleeping]].
* FinalBoss: Of ''Ten Desires'' and also Byakuren, Ichirin, Kokoro, and Sumireko's stories in ''Urban Legend in Limbo''.
* {{Foil}}: She's pretty much set up as one to Byakuren.
* GenderFlip: Apparently, Prince Shoutoku was actually female in the Touhou universe.
* GotTheWholeWorldInMyHand: Her spell card ''Tao Sign "Heavenly Ways in the Palm of One's Hand"'' is an unusual variant - fitting her ''Hopeless Masquerade'' title of "Almighty Taoist Who Rules the Cosmos", she conjures a celestial globe rather than a terrestrial one.
* GracefulLoser: Despite her [[EvilIsHammy occasionally supervillain-esque personality]] Miko has no problem with admitting her defeat, whether in combat or debate.
-->"I had actually planned to [[HopeBringer become the hope of this world]], but I will concede to you."
* HeadphonesEqualIsolation: Invoked, and with earmuffs instead of headphones (though that hasn't stopped fanartists from drawing her with headphones instead of earmuffs for RuleOfCool). She wears them so she doesn't listen in onto every conversation around her without wanting to.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: The ability to listen to ten people talking at once. She can use it to hear the [[TitleDrop ten desires]] of a human, which lets her be TheOmniscient.
* TheHermit: She at first offers to become the ReasonableAuthorityFigure for the human population of Gensokyo, but after being told that it's unnecessary, she decides to isolate herself from the world and continue her Taoist training.
* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Though she's not exactly a villain, she's a much worse person than the historical figure she's based on, being portrayed as a hypocrite who spread the word of Buddhism throughout Japan to control the masses while secretly practicing Taoism in order to gain immortality.
* HoistByHerOwnPetard: Her ploy to unify Japan under Buddhism and use Taoist resurrection to attain immortality is derailed when Buddhism proves too popular to die out and her resurrection is delayed by Buddhist monks erecting a temple over her grave.
* HolyHalo: Can generate the Buddhist variety, due to Prince Shoutoku's association with [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guanyin Guse Kannon]].
* {{Hypocrite}}: She calls herself out on it, at least. During her banter with Byakuren in ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'', she attempts to call Byakuren an evil, fallen priest, [[AtLeastIAdmitIt but mentions that she has no room to talk, having used Buddhism as a political tool]].
* IaijutsuPractitioner: Although she uses a tsurugi rather than a katana, in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she never draws her sword for more than a few frames. And when she does, it tends to shoot lasers.
* ImmortalitySeeker: She uses Buddhism as a tool to control the masses while learning Taoism to gain immortality. She succeeded in glorious fashion.
* LargeHam: Her BadassCape reinforces this impression she gives when she laughs about her enemy's demise. She's surprisingly polite though.
* LaserBlade: In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoSmhOZUBuQ&t=148 ''Heed the Commands with Absolute Care'']], her [[LimitBreak Last Word]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade''. Her shaku transforms into an enormous one.
* {{Leitmotif}}: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ykyz5tcJ-NE "Shoutoku Legend ~ True Administrator"]], later [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh0EXEHUeY8 remixed]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade''.
* LetsGetDangerous: [[BossBanter "Playtime's over!"]]
* LightEmUp: Uses a number of light-themed attacks.
* LukeYouAreMyFather: Since she created the set of masks that [[AnimateInanimateObject became]] Kokoro, fanworks have fun treating Miko as her "father", sometimes with an overprotective Byakuren joining in as the mother.
* MeaningfulName: ''Toyosatomimi'' literally translates to "abundant, clever ears," referring to her ability.
** And maybe to her ear-like hairstyle too.
* MessianicArchetype: As a ''seijin'' (generally translated as "saint"). She denies the stories that she was [[AwayInAManger born in a stable]] though.
* MultiMeleeMaster: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she generally fights with her shaku, but pulls out her sword for some of her stronger moves.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Byakuren found Miko's mausoleum without being sure what it was, and built Myouren Temple over it to keep it sealed. This just succeeded in waking her up.
* NoHistoricalFiguresWereHarmed: She's a {{gender flip}}ped [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Shotoku Prince Shoutoku]]. Prince Shoutoku was already semi-legendary, but ''Ten Desires'' says [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy he was a Taoist immortality-seeker who used Buddhism to control the masses]]. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And was also a girl.]]
* OffModel: Her portrait in the game gives her two right hands.
** However some fans have started to speculate that it might be intentional as a ShoutOut to ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' where J. Geil has two right hands.
** Another theory is that the "thumb" we see is actually a pinky, which would make her anatomically correct.
* OurGodsAreDifferent: This is almost a footnote in how little it matters, but technically she ''is'' a god because she was deified in Shinto shrines (or rather, Prince Shoutoku was). She didn't even realize this until Kanako pointed it out to her.
-->'''Futo:''' "God? Well, if thou meanst the Crown Prince, 'tis an understandable mistake."
* PathOfInspiration: Tried to use Buddhism as one of these. Her debates with Byakuren in ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' are... interesting.
-->'''Miko:''' "To be honest, I think of Buddhism as a political tool. It corrects the disorder in human nature, and teaches people to accept everything bad as a personal test, so really it's all for the benefit of those in power. From my perspective, teaching Buddhism to youkai is nonsense. It's just like playing pretend. [...] Desires are also a part of one's self. The truth is that it's impossible to separate from them. But maybe this is something that can't be understood by a senile old nun who becomes satisfied by merely chanting sutras."
* PopularityPower: Specifically the desires of her supporters take the form of divine spirits (essentially larval gods) which she absorbs. Her gameplay gimmick in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' gives her stronger and wider, or weaker and more narrow attacks depending on her current popularity. Interestingly, one of her spell cards becomes stronger at very high ''or'' very low popularity, shooting a gold or [[DarkIsEvil black]] laser respectively.
** Her skill ''Tenfold Listening'' allows her to gather ''even more'' popularity. However, the gathered popularity can be stolen by her opponent if she is hit while charging up for the skill.
* PowerNullifier: Reisen's story in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' reveals that she's capable of using her hermit arts to nullify Kaguya's eternal corridor spell on Eientei.
* ThePowerOfTheSun: Her ''Taoist/Emperor of the Land of the Rising Sun'' spell cards. It presumably comes with [[DivineParentage being descended from Amaterasu]].
* ProHumanTranshuman: Despite having intentionally abandoned her humanity by becoming a hermit (in the [[EnlightenmentSuperpowers supernatural mystic sense]], not the seclusion sense), she ends up on the side of humanity by default during the discussion in ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'', with Byakuren taking the side of the youkai and Kanako being somewhere in between. She also seems rather enamored with the concept of "human dignity", and seems willing to take charge of the human village if necessary. "For their own good", of course.
* RoyalBlood: The child of an Emperor, [[DivineParentage with the Emperors of Japan tracing their lineage back to]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amaterasu Amaterasu]].
* SealedBadassInACan: Spent over 1,000 years sealed in her tomb.
* SheIsTheKing: Obviously being female didn't stop her from being the Crown Prince, since Seiga and Futo still refer to her as such.
* ShoutOut: Her [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130601041740/touhou/images/4/4d/Reaction_Guys.png popularity meter]] is the [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/reaction-guys-gaijin-4koma Reaction Guys/Gaijin 4Koma meme.]]
* SmugSmiler: Tends to wear a confident smirk or her face.
* SoulJar: As part of her process of becoming immortal, she switched places with her sword, letting her sword "die" in her place.
* SpontaneousWeaponCreation: Her ''Cipangu the Golden Sword'' in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' causes giant sword blades to stab out from thin air.
* StaffOfAuthority: Usually seen holding a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaku_(ritual_baton) shaku]].
* StanceSystem: Sorta. Her occult attack in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' can either enhance her melee or danmaku attacks, but the catch is that this is chosen by her opponent.
* StarPower: Some of her attacks are themed after meteor showers and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armillary_sphere armillary spheres]]. [[StarsAreSouls The meteors are also divine spirits]], evoking this trope.
* StrawHypocrite: Spread Buddhism through Japan, not because she believed in its cause, but as a political tool to pacify the general populace and prevent them from gaining power.
* SwordBeam: Has '''five types''' in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' - she can fire beams by swinging her shaku, by partially unsheathing her sword, or by slashing the air with her sword [[IaijutsuPractitioner iai-style]] to create a rift that shoots beams; one of her spell cards unsheathes it fully to create a WaveMotionSword, while her [[LimitBreak Last Word]] generates a massive LaserBlade around her shaku and swings it down.
* TakeOverTheWorld: Plans on "administrating" the humans in Gensokyo; if they need it.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: If she is selected alongside [[ArchEnemy Byakuren]] as partners in ''Antinomy of Common Flowers'', she shares a special intro with Byakuren which start with both of them attempting to kick the other in the head before they get into proper fighting positions.
* TeleportCloak: Her "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shukuchi Shukuchi]] Cape" move in the fighting games.
* TitleDrop: Her ultimate spell is named ''Stars Falling on the Divine Spirit Mausoleum''. "Eastern Divine Spirit Mausoleum" being the Japanese name of ''Ten Desires''.
* UnmovingPlaid: Her cape has a similar effect to Utsuho's, except it's on the outside, and instead of stars there are dragons.
* WaveMotionGun: Human Sign "Tradition of the Weak Over the Strong", from ''Hopeless Masquerade'' version 1.30
* TheWisePrince: How she was viewed in life. And how she continues to think of herself.
* YinYangBomb: Her Last Word in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' which features her taking on both qualities of her StanceSystem and unleashing two slashes from a WaveMotionSword on her opponent.
* YoungConqueror: Technically she already ruled Japan and was trying to stabilise it rather than take it over, but her methods fit this trope. She even briefly entertains the idea of [[WellIntentionedExtremist taking over Gensokyo in order to protect its human population]].

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[[folder:Mamizou Futatsuiwa]]
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::''The Tanuki Youkai with Ten Transformations''
::'''Mamizou Futatsuiwa'''

-->''"My transformative powers are still at their prime. Now, shall we begin a ten-game match of danmaku transformations?"''

A tanuki from the outside world, specifically hailing from [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sado,_Niigata Sado]]. She was called to Gensokyo by her old friend Nue to help fight against Miko, but by the time she arrived Miko was already defeated. She seems to have positioned herself as a friend of all youkai, who will help them out when they're in trouble, although she also regularly visits the Human Village in disguise. She originally stayed at the Myouren Temple but no longer seems to be associated with them as of ''Hopeless Masquerade''.

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* AdjustingYourGlasses: She uses the bridge variety.
* AntiquatedLinguistics: She uses old-fashioned speech patterns, which leads Sanae to assume that she's very old. ''Symposium of Post-Mysticism'' notes that she talks like an elderly woman.
* ArtShift: The youkai she summons in her spell card "Transformation: Youkai Gate of One Hundred Demons" really stand out compared to the rest of ''Hopeless Masquerade'''s graphics, since they're drawn in a traditional ukiyo-e style.
* BadassInANiceSuit: Her "Film/MenInBlack" outfit from ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', which is becoming a popular subject for fanart.
* TheBadGuyWins: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] as she is more morally ambiguous, but the final chapter of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' ends with a net win for her, as she not only is able to safely subdue the Night Parade Scroll, but leaves the incident taking it for herself.
* BalefulPolymorph: As of ''Hopeless Masquerade'' 1.30 she is able to transform the opponent into various animals by using the spell card ''Transformation "Futatsuiwa Family's Curse"''. [[note]]Reimu into a white fox on a Yin Yang orb, Marisa into a raven with a witch hat, Ichirin into a monkey riding a goofy Unzan, Byakuren into a mouse who uses her beads as a hamsterwheel, Futo into a chicken on a plate, Miko into an owl, Nitori into a turtle with helicopter rotors, Koishi into a black cat sitting on top of her third eye, Kokoro into a tengu mask, [[MirrorMatch Mamizou]] into a tanuki trying to hide under a leaf, Shinmyoumaru into a clam in her bowl, Mokou into a Fire Rat, Kasen into a snake wrapped around a blue orb, Sumireko into a bakebake from PC-98 era, Reisen into a rabbit, Doremy into a tapir, Tenshi into a catfish, Yukari into an axolotl, and the Yorigami sisters into a pair of butterflies.[[/note]] All characters transformed by her [[MorphicResonance keep a few of their signature traits while in animal form]].
* BatmanGambit: Chapter 49 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' implies that Akyuu telling Kosuzu her true nature was purposely by Mamizou's design, as she tells Kosuzu outright that her main reason for meeting with Akyuu was so she'd know her true identity.
* BewareTheSillyOnes:
** She is very, very silly, both in danmaku and general demeanor. She's also an Extra Boss and a ManipulativeBitch on par with Yukari herself.
** In Chapter 49 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'', she tells Kosuzu that it would be fairly trivial to just kill her and take her youma book collection, but she won't because that's not how she operates.
** In Chapter 52 she manages to easily subdue an oni, which are considered among the strongest youkai.
* BigBallOfViolence: Her [[LimitBreak Last Word]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' involves this, complete with cartoony sound effects. Her Last Word in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' retains this but drops the cartoony sound effects.
* BoobsOfSteel: Only in {{Fanon}}, mostly involving GagBoobs as a permutation of male tanuki in traditional art having comically large testicles (when not outright depicting her as a futanari in [[RuleThirtyFour more explicit works]]). Canonically it's averted however: while she's definitely strong, one of her ''Hopeless Masquerade'' battle intros has a transformed tanuki minion posing as Mamizou with the aforementioned Gag Boobs, and it's clear that the real Mamizou is much more modest.
* BonusBoss: The EX boss of ''Ten Desires.''
* BrokenPedestal: Kosuzu opinion of Mamizou turns from admiration to distrust upon finding out her true youkai nature in chapter 47 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'', which isn't helped by Mamizou basically threatening her in chapter 49 if she doesn't allow her to borrow youma books and the Night Parade Scroll.
* CallBack:
** She summons frog danmaku that explode, which is reminiscent of one of Suwako's spell cards from ''Mountain of Faith'' and Sanae's "B" shot type from ''Undefined Fantastic Object''.
** One of her specials in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' is the Night Parade, the same Night Parade she has been recruiting in ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery''.
* CatSmile: Her default expression in ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'', though it briefly veers into a CheshireCatGrin when she shows her teeth in one panel. It's also her default expression in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', since the character art for that game is by the same artist.
* TheCavalry: She was supposed to [[GondorCallsForAid defeat Miko on behalf of her old friend Nue]]. [[AlreadyDoneForYou Too bad the heroines did it first]], so now she stays in Gensokyo permanently.
* CoolOldLady: One of the few characters of great age who actually acts like she's old or at least late middle-aged (she claims she isn't that old, despite there being evidence to the contrary), but she's still cool enough to attract fangirls and followers.
* CoolShades: Wears these as part of her [[TheMenInBlack Men in Black]] outfit in ''Urban Legend in Limbo''.
* TheCorrupter: Occasionally comes across as this to Kosuzu in ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'', trying to subtly influence her opinion on youkai. Mamizou also has her read a book to children that's essentially pro-tanuki propaganda. However, in chapter 25, she warns Kosuzu that using the fortune-telling book she found might lure her away from her humanity, and in chapter 49 that her association with youma books has already made her cursed.
* CuteLittleFangs: Has these in ''Manga/WildAndHornedHermit''.
* DependingOnTheArtist: The kind of glasses she wears are different depending on who's drawing her; most official art has her wearing pince-nez glasses, but in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she wears more modern, under-rim style glasses.
* DittoFighter: ''Hopeless Masquerade'' version 1.30 gives her a special move that makes her transform into her opponent and use one of their attacks. In a MirrorMatch, she does a DopplegangerAttack instead.
* TheDon: She has some elements of this, being the big boss of the tanuki of Sado island who drove away the foxes and is implied to be the leader of Gensokyo's tanuki as well. The fact that she's a moneylender doesn't help.
* DopplegangerAttack:
** For her survival card, she generates two shikigami copies of herself. Those copies eventually summon two copies of ''themselves'' each, and then two ''more'' later on, so that by the end of the spell, you're facing down ten copies of Mamizou.
** Also her Last Word in ''Hopeless Masquerade'': "Band of 808 Tanuki" which involves multiple copies of herself all attacking at once in a BigBallOfViolence.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: In the non-romantic sense of the trope. Kosuzu has become a squealing fangirl of her (while not realizing she's a youkai), and she's rather popular at the Myouren Temple too.
* ExcuseMeWhileIMultitask: Her idle animations in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' have her smoking her pipe or taking notes on her notepad in the midst of battle.
* ExpectingSomeoneTaller: When the heroines heard that the youkai were calling a trump card against the resurrected saint, they were expecting some of the more fearsome sounding monsters of Japanese lore like the giant [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gashadokuro Gashadokuro]]. A tanuki wasn't exactly what they had in mind. Marisa, [[DeadpanSnarker being Marisa]], couldn't resist mocking her on this.
--> '''Marisa:''' Sure, but you're still a tanuki, right? The kind that drums on their bellies on the night of the full moon, right?
* FantasticRacism:
** Doesn't like foxes, since tanuki and kitsune are traditionally rivals. There were no foxes where she used to live, but her profile says that she may end up causing trouble with the foxes that live in Gensokyo. Needless to say, she gets quite a bit of FoeYay with [[{{Kitsune}} Ran]] in fanart. Despite her hatred of foxes, though, she has nothing against humans; her profile says that she likes to play tricks on them occasionally, but she would also lend money to the poor and was able to live amongst them easily in her hometown of Sado. That said, ''Forbidden Scrollery'' shows that she's not above veiled threats if deemed necessary.
** Interestingly, in a chapter of ''Manga/WildAndHornedHermit'' she seemed sympathetic towards a fox (not Ran) that Reimu had bound and gagged for the previous chapter's mischief. That or she simply thought that Reimu was being [[DisproportionateRetribution unfairly harsh]], fox or not.
** ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' has her mention in her victory quotes against Mokou and Reisen that she doesn't care much for rabbits either.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Normally makes the extra effort to be outright AffablyEvil, but in ''Forbidden Scrollery'''s Chapter 49, she visits Suzunaan as usual and starts a bit more pushy than usual, referring to herself as a friend to Kosuzu. She then asks to borrow the Night Parade scroll. Kosuzu, who by this time has learned Mamizou is a youkai, gently tries to let her know it's not part of the library's usual catalog and that she doesn't like lending youma books. Mamizou accepts she's a youkai, but she keeps asking for the scroll more forcefully, and while she leaves with no violence and without the scroll, she does leave some ominous implications for Kosuzu.
* FeelingTheirAge: She's the only extra boss that gets winded and asks for a break after fighting. In Sanae's route she even talks about how she's more than likely past her prime, and that Nue probably overestimates her strength. Ten transformations seem to be her limit too as she struggles to remember how many she did after fighting. In Youmu's route she attempts to hide her fatigue poorly, before asking for some more time to rest.
* FlunkyBoss:
** Most of her attacks in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' involve summoning various youkai, mostly tanuki in diguise, who do the attacking for her ([[GrievousHarmWithABody or whom she attacks with]]). Her gameplay gimmick revolves around this: every time one of her summons gets hit by an enemy attack and "killed", she loses a leaf icon next to her spirit meter. When she runs out of leaves she can't summon anything for about 10 seconds... which doesn't leave her with many moves.
** In Chapter 51 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'', when faced with [[spoiler:Kosuzu possessed by the oni of the Night Parade Scroll]], Mamizou has a whole bunch of non-humanoid youkai tanuki help her fight it.
* FightingClown: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she's basically a walking CrowningMomentOfFunny with many strange and silly attacks and animations. You can tell that she isn't taking the fights too seriously.
* {{Foil}}: She has a number of similarities to Yukari: both of them are skilled [[TheChessmaster chessmasters]], both have a vast network of minions (shikigami for Yukari, tanuki for Mamizou), and both are very powerful in their own right while enjoying toying with their enemies. What divides the two is that Mamizou is often honest and open with her intentions and will often jump at the chance to involve herself in an interesting incident, starkly contrasting Yukari who goes out of her way to be cryptic and avoid getting personally involved in incidents unless strictly necessary.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Her rather impressive transformation into a human back in ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'' ends up being used in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' for the fake-out Stage 5 as one of her main gimmicks. Same with her high compatibility with tsukumogami that was mentioned in Chapters 4 and 5; these were incorporated in several of her attacks in ''Hopeless Masquerade'', as well as her ending [[spoiler:where she uses her knowledge to teach Kokoro the best way she could control her powers without losing her identity as a youkai]].
* FuroScene: Weaponized with her ''Transformation "Bunbuku Hot Soup Bathtub"'' spellcard, where one of her tanuki followers transforms into a giant kettle and attacks with steam, all while she relaxes while using the water in the giant kettle as a bath.
* GameFace: When trying to get Kosuzu to loan her the Night Parade scroll in Chapter 49 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'', she briefly assumes her true form while threatening her before shifting back as if nothing had happened.
* GoKartingWithBowser: Despite the fact that in ''Forbidden Scrollery'' she's probably the closest thing to a villain, her and Reimu end up working together a lot.
* GracefulLoser:
** If she loses due to the battle timing out, she'll clap as if to congratulate the other character, and not of the [[SarcasticClapping sarcastic kind]] either.
** In Chapter 32 of ''Wild and Horned Hermit'' her reaction to being bested by Kasen is to more or less concede the loss and congratulate her for doing so.
* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: In ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'' she's depicted as quite pretty, despite being visibly older than most of the cast.
* GrievousBottleyHarm: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she uses the gourd of sake she carries around as a melee weapon.
* GrievousHarmWithABody: See FlunkyBoss above.
* HairDecorations: In her human disguise she wears a leaf-shaped hairclip, replacing the leaf that usually rests on top of her head in her regular form.
* HughMann:
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', she makes no attempt whatsoever to change her very distinctive way of speaking when she disguises herself as someone else. The only one of her opponents who doesn't notice this right away is Ichirin.
** Similarly in Chapter 38 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' she makes the same mistake when trying to trick Kosuzu while disguised as Reimu, but this time she catches herself.
* ItAmusedMe: Gets involved in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' mainly for the hell of it.
* {{Leitmotif}}:
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-mrUZIMTbU "Futatsuiwa from Sado"]], remixed to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSGOj5-PnJA "Futatsuiwa from Gensokyo"]] in ''Hopeless Masquerade''.
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', another [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuTczFrQwRo remixed version]] of her theme is the background music for the Stage 5 battle, which is [[MusicalSpoiler a strong indication]] that you're actually fighting Mamizou in disguise.
* LittleBitBeastly: Tanuki ears and a notably large, fluffy tail.
* {{Lunacy}}: Her transformation powers are strongest on the night of a full moon.
* ManipulativeBitch:
** In ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'', she encourages Kosuzu to summon the [[TheWildHunt Night Parade]] to create minor youkai that the Tanuki can recruit. She also helps Reimu find out that Kosuzu is doing this, and then encourages Kosuzu to summon the Night Parade just once a month so not to attract attention.
** Result: Even when Reimu and Marisa find out the Tanuki are recruiting the Night Parade youkai, they don't punish or even stop them or Mamizou. Kosuzu continues to summon the Night Parade at a slower pace, thus providing the Tanuki with followers.
** She continues the mind game by deliberately giving Kosuzu a pro-Tanuki book that she wrote herself in front of Reimu, and Reimu can't say anything that would reveal her own close involvement with youkai.
** She also displays some of this in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', she happens to have Gensokyo's power stone, which allows one to cross the barrier at will. She offers this to Sumireko, who's been breaking the barrier with the other power stones to interact with Gensokyo's inhabitants so that she'll stop breaking the barrier. However, she instead gives her a transformed tanuki, trapping her in Gensokyo where she gets assaulted by nearly everyone, to dissuade her from messing with Gensokyo again. [[spoiler: However, she never realized that the Lunar Capital was making their own play with this incident.]]
** In Chapter 38 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'', as payback for the tengu badmouthing the tanuki in their newspapers, she transforms into Reimu to get the Night Parade scroll from Kosuzu, and then uses it to create more tsukumogami to whisper things discrediting newspapers in the eyes of villagers via word of mouth.
-->'''Mamizou:''' Social media kills newspapers.
* MeaningfulName: Depending on the kanji used, ''mami'' can mean "tanuki" or "deceiving spirit". ''Futatsu Iwa'' (Two Stones) is a place on Sado Island known for its large numbers of tanuki.
* {{Meganekko}}: The first in the series for quite some time.
* TheMenInBlack: Her occult theme in ''Urban Legend in Limbo''. For her Occult Special, she briefly wears a black suit with a skirt and black shades while performing the attack.
* MirrorMatch: When playing as Miko in ''Hopeless Masquerade'', Mamizou will transform into her for the first stage of the fight. A weaker example occurs when playing as Reimu in ''Ten Desires'', since Mamizou takes Reimu's appearance during one of her spell cards. Said spellcard is named ''[[Funny/{{Touhou}} Pseudo-Exorcism of the Stupid Shrine Maiden]]''.
* MonsterLord: Shows traits of this after her initial appearance, what with leading a group of weak non-humanoid tanuki.
* MundaneUtility: Is shown in the manga to use her big fluffy tail as a makeshift pillow.
* NeverMessWithGranny: She's implied to be a very old and powerful youkai (Albeit old enough that she's actually starting to feel her age), and unlike many of the other youkai of similar age, she actually acts and talks like she's old.
* NiceHat: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' and ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', she wears a leaf-like hat with a bow and a pair of bells on it.
* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: While in ''Forbidden Scrollery'' her schemes go off more or less without a hitch, in Chapter 32 ''Wild and Horned Hermit'' Kasen manages to turn the tables on Mamizou by tricking both her and her tanuki followers into drinking oil from the Douju's Jar, which leaves them unable to move from drunkenness for several days.
* OffModel: One of her images in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' gives her 6 fingers on her right hand.
* ParasolOfPain: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' one of her melee weapons is a {{karakasa}} ([[GrievousHarmWithABody who's actually a disguised tanuki]]).
* PaperThinDisguise: Despite having impressive transformation abilities, her "human disguise" when she visits the Human Village in ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'' is basically just her real form with longer hair and no animal ears or tail, complete with a leaf-shaped hairclip. Mamizou herself lampshades this by admitting that she's "lightly disguised".
* PetTheDog:
** When Kosuzu tells Mamizou her worries about Reimu's trustworthiness, despite having a mental laugh at Reimu's expense she chooses not to encourage this train of thought, even though it would probably make her own plans a lot easier.
** In Chapter 37 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' it's revealed that Mamizou got Kosuzu home after she fainted upon seeing the umatsuki.
* PublicDomainCharacter: Based on the FolkHero [[http://hyakumonogatari.com/2013/07/30/kori-no-tatakai-kitsunetanuki-battles/ Danzaburou Danuki]].
* RapunzelHair: Has noticeable long hair while in her human guise reaching past her waist.
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Has these in Chapter 37 of ''Forbidden Scrollery'' when she theorizes on what the umatsuki's goals are.
* SequentialBoss: In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she's the boss of Stages 5 and 6 in the other characters' routes, first in disguise and then in her true form.
* ShoutOut:
** She isn't the first Tanuki to [[VideoGame/KikiKaiKai transform into a Shrine Maiden]] for one of their attacks.
** Her Last Word in ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' is one big homage to ''Film/MenInBlack''.
* SmokingIsCool: Her artwork in ''Hopeless Masquerade'' has her holding a ''kiseru'', a long thin-stemmed Japanese pipe. One of her attacks even involves [[SecondFaceSmoke blowing smoke in the enemy's face]]. Incidentally, fanart depicted her with a pipe for a long time beforehand.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' uses the Kunrei-shiki spelling of her family name, "Hutatsuiwa".
* {{Tanuki}}: She's based on a tanuki FolkHero and comes from a Japanese city-island that's known for its high tanuki population. As is consistent with the folklore surrounding tanuki, she's also a mischievous shapeshifter and she often carries a gourd of sake and a book of promissory notes.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: In ''Urban Legend in Limbo'' Mamizou and Kasen don't exactly get along, but still work together in order to teach Sumireko a lesson regarding messing with Gensokyo.
* TricksterMentor:
** She teaches Seija how to use cheat items as a sub-item, and then blasts her with bullets to make sure the lesson sticks.
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'', she helped Hata no Kokoro become a true menreiki by telling her to get into fights in order to learn real emotions.
* {{Troll}}: In Chapter 32 of ''Wild and Horned Hermit'', she throws beans in Kasen's presence, sets up a bean throwing festival in the Human Village, and leaves around holly leaves stuck in sardine heads (All things known to repel oni, which Kasen is heavily implied to be), all to send a warning that she's not the only being with designs on the Hakurei Shrine.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting:
** Her power is the ability to make things change shape, and that includes herself. Though she's very skilled with this ability, it does have limitations; [[GlamourFailure she can't make her tail disappear]] (though she can change its size and color to hide it), and she can only change something else's form and not its function (she can turn a dog into a bird, but it won't be able to fly).
** In ''Manga/ForbiddenScrollery'' she displays the ability to turn into [[ElementalShapeshifter a lit bonfire]], though possibly just in appearance, and transforms into Reimu in Chapter 38 in order to take the tsukumogami scroll from Kosuzu by claiming that it's in need of sealing.
** In ''Hopeless Masquerade'' she can transform into a [[TakenForGranite Jizo statue]] ([[DeathFromAbove all the better to hurt her enemies with]]).
* WeHaveReserves: Uses her transformed youkai followers as weapons.
* XtremeKoolLetterz: Or something like that. Her family name is spelled as two kanji with a katakana character in-between. This is very odd.

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