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These shikigami (except Mannendake, Ninmenju, Ittan-momen, Komatsumaru, Hiyoribō and Kainin) can be summoned using the blue talismans, by spending 100 magatama for each black talisman or by using the purple real world talismans. At a summoning rate of 20%, they are less rare than SSR and rarer than R. They, like all other shikigami, can also be obtained by assembling fragments given by players in the same guild, gotten from the Hyakkiyakō mini-game, or rewarded after completing certain quests or battles. Mannendake, Ninmenju and Kainin can only be obtained by buying directly from the shrine in the Summoning room, while the other ones listed above can only be obtained by challenging them in timed Demon Force zones (Ittan-momen has her own zone) and via the Hyakkiyakō.

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Awakening an SR requires 16 second-tier and 8 third-tier materials for each of 2 types.

Bold indicates the character's appearing in Kessen! Heian-kyō.


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    Aobōzu 
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Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya
A Buddhist monk who turned into a yōkai.
    Bakekujira 
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Voiced by: Asami Seto
An aquatic demon who goes on land in search of his mother, unwittingly causing humans to drown themselves in the process.
    Chin 
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Voiced by: Haruka Tomatsu (JP), Gui Yue (CN, Kessen!), Marisha Ray (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A bird with extremely poisonous yet beautiful feathers.
  • Bird People: Or so we're told. She's the least bird-like of all the Bird People in the game.
  • Damage Over Time: Poison damage is her specialty.
  • Percent Damage Attack: Her other specialty and what makes her such a powerful choice, especially after buffs. With enough stacks of her poison, Chin will do huge amounts of damage to high HP targets like Orochi every turn, although each tick is capped to 280% of her maximum attack. Rank 5 of her Poisonous Beauty causes enemies who already have the maximum number of poison stacks to take an immediate burst of damage (30% of their max HP) whenever an excess stack is applied, leading people to run team comps with multiple copies of Chin to inflict this more often.
  • Poisonous Person: Is described as this; anyone who touches her beautiful feathers will die from the poison. In gameplay battle, all her skills deal poison damage.
  • Technicolor Toxin: Her feathers, whose beauty indicates toxicity.
  • Touch of Death: She can't get close to anyone including relatives because of her lethal poison.
    Chin: If you don't want to die, don't touch me.
  • Uncanny Valley Makeup: Massively oversized eyebrows and thick eyelashes. This is absent when Awakened.
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    Dōmeki 
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Voiced by: Rina Hidaka (JP), Segamao (CN, Kessen!), Eden Riegel (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A demon who utilizes eyes. Lots of them. Thanks to them, she is able to learn of Tamamo no Mae's daughter's demise and is intent on finding out more about it.
  • Deadly Gaze: Her special skill. Anyone cursed by it will have their mana-consuming skills turn into an attack against them.
  • Eye Motifs: She is the demon of the hundred eyes, after all.
  • Eye Spy: She can view the memories of the deceased via magical eyes. Upon learning that Mae's daughter is still content after having been brutally slain, she inserts the eye containing her memory into her own eye socket to learn more about her past.
  • Faceless Eye: In her backstory PV, it seems she has tons of them.
  • Mystical White Hair: In her base skin. It turns black once she evolves.
  • No Eye in Magic: At this point, do we really need to say more?
  • Sadistic Choice: Cursed Eye forces this on the opponent, cursing the entire team to replace their orb-consuming skills with Evil Light. If any shiki uses Evil Light it will be removed from the entire team, but that shiki will still lose their action as well as taking a very strong hit (211% of Domeki's ATK), as well as having to pay 3 orbs as the cost of Evil Light once she's evolved. Do you have the first shiki to act take the hit for the rest of the team, restrict them to attacking normally to pass the buck down the line for a more-expendable shiki to take, or just wait it out using nothing but basic attacks until the debuff expires? Either way, it hurts. However, there is hope – this skill does not work when the opposite team is under Seimei's Deflector Shield.
    Ebisu 
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Voiced by: Chafurin (JP), Li Xiang Sheng (CN, Kessen!), Steve Blum (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Support (Kessen!)
Specialty: Survivability, Heal (Kessen!)
The god of luck who makes an excellent medic.
    En'enra 
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Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (JP), Yang Menglu (CN, Kessen!), Morla Gorrondona (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Harassment, DPS (Kessen!)
The Hair Eater's older sister, a kind woman with a sadistic streak.
    Futakuchi-onna 
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Voiced by: Mayumi Shintani (JP), Yanzi (CN, Kessen!), Tara Platt (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A girl whose very existence brings misfortune and becomes very lonely as a result.
    Hako-no-shōjo 
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Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu
The guardian of a chest full of treasures.
  • Barrier Warrior: Can generate damage-absorbing bubbles for teammates after their turns.
  • Hime Cut: In the default skin.
  • Living Toys: She's actually a doll or marionette, at least in her pre-evolved form. You can see the joints at her knees and wrists, although they disappear once evolved, suggesting she's Become a Real Girl somehow.
  • MacGuffin: What exactly do the treasures in her chest do?
  • Mystical White Hair: Default skin only.
  • Status Buff: Her specialty. She can randomly give any and every buffs; increased attack, defense, speed… you name it.
  • Standard Status Effects: If randomly granting buffs isn't badass enough, she can also give debuffs to enemies who have attacked her, barring those that render the enemies unable to perform a move (such as Stun, Freezing or Forced Sleep).
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pink when Awakened.
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    Hakurō 
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Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (JP), Zhang Zhe (CN, Kessen!), Tara Platt (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A talented wolf kyūdō practitioner who used to be Seimei's shikigami and has feelings for Hiromasa.
    Hangan 
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Voiced by: Akira Ishida (JP), Yang Tianxiang (CN, Kessen!), Jason Miller (EN, Kessen!)
Musical actor: Hiro Katayama (Heian Emaki)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Harassment, Control (Kessen!)
A blind Afterworld official deciding who gets to live and who has to die. He is the subordinate of Enma.
  • Abled in the Adaptation: The MOBA game makes his blindness even more of an Informed Attribute, as an animation loop has him looking around in search for something.
  • Berserk Button: Don't disrespect Enma or else!
  • Beleaguered Assistant: Sometimes it is Enma herself who gives him headaches.
  • Blind Weaponmaster: His being blind does not stop him from being badass.
  • Celestial Bureaucracy: He only ranks lower than Enma.
  • Covert Pervert: Enma promising to grant his "greatest wish" if he guides the heroes in chapter 23 makes him positively giddy, but after a moment of excitement he seems to be overcome with embarrassment and guilt, suggesting that his "greatest wish" was something only Enma could grant...
    Hangan: The reward that I want... that is... No, no... How could I have such ridiculous ideas...? Please forgive me, Lady Enma! I should punish myself, and send myself to the lowest level of the Underworld for this.
  • Delayed Explosion: His special skill, in which he gives each member of the opposite team a huge character for "death". Said character has a chance of exploding and dealing damage when an affected enemy's next turn arrives.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: One moment he's talking calmly to someone and the next he's already yelling at them.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: His first skin, for crying out loud! The upper half of his body is separated from the lower half, floating over it while a glowing ball of energy is situated between the two body halves. Nightmare Fuel much?
  • His Name Really Is "Barkeep": His name translates to "Judge".
  • Inspector Javert: Zigzagged. He arrests Seimei under Enma's order and is fully convinced that he's a terrible guy who commits hideous crimes. He does none of that shit himself, but his Literal Split Personality does; then again, said split personality wouldn't have existed had Seimei not committed an act of soul-splitting sin, so maybe Hangan was right after all.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Sessha.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Mystical White Hair: His hair stays white in all of his skins.
  • Only Sane Man: Is one for the Afterworld. He takes his job even more seriously than Enma.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: In chapter 23, he briefly acts like an excited little boy when Enma promises to reward him whatever he wants.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Has a moment of this in episode 23. After Enma offers to give him whatever he wants if he agrees to be the heroes' guide, he practically jumps with joy and continues to act very hyper for the next few minutes. The heroes save Seimei are shocked.
    Kagura: He's all pumped up.
    Kohaku: Better not touch him.
  • The Pen Is Mightier: His weapon is an oversized brush which he uses to either throw ink at enemies or etch the word "death" onto them. Fans often imagine him having some sort of rivalry going on with fellow brush wielder Shoyō.
  • Samurai: He fits this archetype in all but weapon, being loyal to his "lord" (Enma) and using sessha, the typical first-person pronoun for samurai.
  • Samurai Ponytail: Type 1.
  • Shinigami: His job is different from the Mujō brothers': he passes death judgement on people.
  • Shout-Out: A possible one to Death Note when he says he owns a "dead-people notebook."
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Hiromasa pronounces his name "Hankan".
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: He doesn't have pupils, but is often depicted as having these in fan arts.
  • Undying Loyalty: Displays an almost samurai-like devotion to Enma.
    Hannya 
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Voiced by: Yuuki Kaji (JP), Wang Zi (CN, Kessen!), Jan Johns (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS, Control (Kessen!)
A demon child with a Friendless Background who is then betrayed by the only person nice to him, and now just wants to play.
  • Bishōnen Line: Quite a literal case at that. He says in his autobiography that he once looked as ugly as his mask before he is the adorable boy we see now.
  • Cool Mask: Because he's Hannya, not only does he have a mask on his forehead, he also has a huge one behind his back.
  • Creepy Child: A little boy begging you to play with him sounds cute at first, but when you realize he's the same kid tossing creepy masks at you and scratching you while still talking in that cheerful tone of voice…
  • Friendless Background: He had no friends because he looked as ugly as his mask. He managed to be friends with a human who was nice to him until…
  • Et Tu, Brute?: … he talked shit about Hannya behind the poor boy's back when he (the human) grew up and started a family.
  • He's Got Legs: Shows off his smooth, shapely legs with a Dangerously Short Kimono until he covers them up when Awakened.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: When he casts a normal missile attack (throws masks) or executes his special skill (summon a giant mask that hits the entire opposite team), opponents have a chance of acquiring a debuff that prevents their mitama effects from being triggered.
    Hiyoribō 
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Voiced by: Suzuko Mimori
A young female yōkai who only goes outside when it is sunny. She is sometimes even afraid of her own conjured imagination.
  • Back from the Dead: Once a teammate is knocked out, her teruteru-bōzu can be sacrificed to bring them back (however, as with any other supportive resurrection skills, this cannot bring back an onmyōji). She will no longer be able to perform her healing skill or resurrect again once this happens.
  • Flower Motifs: Sunflowers.
  • Healing Hands: Her passive skill: when teammates are attacked, 25% of the damage will become energy stored in her teruteru-bōzu. When the enemy's turn is over, that energy goes to heal the team member with the lowest HP. Her special skill allows her to store 25% of her HP into the doll and then heal the entire team. She can no longer do this when the doll has been sacrificed to revive a team member.
  • It Only Works Once: Her revival skill.
  • Lovable Coward: Apparently she is afraid of her own imagination, as stated in her introduction.
  • The Power of the Sun: In case you couldn't tell.
  • Sunny Sunflower Disposition: Plays this dead straight as a sweet-tempered girl with healing sun-based powers.
    Hone-onna 
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Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa (JP), Huang Ying (CN, Kessen!), Haviland Stillwell (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
An rather bony woman who is obssessed with vengeance.
  • Adaptational Modesty: Inverted. Her kimono is much shorter in Kessen!
  • Armor-Piercing Attack: Her special skill 'Triple Slash' ignores 40% of the target's defence.
  • Bad with the Bone: She has a bone sword.
  • Back from the Dead: Her passive skill. Every time she receives damage, she will get a "bone seal" buff. When 4 seals have been gathered, she will regain 20% of her HP upon being defeated.
  • Back Stab: Her special skill's routine has her teleporting to behind an enemy and repeatedly slash them.
  • Dem Bones: Based on the mythological hone-onna, however this version has some differences from the one in mythology.
  • Luck-Based Mission: Her second bio unlock is one of the hardest to complete in the game. You have to get 30 of her shards from the Demon Parade (15 hits, since as an SR she gives 2 shards per hit), which isn't much of a challenge for the other shikis who have this condition, but despite being an SR Hone Onna is ultra-rare in the Demon Parade, even moreso than SSRs or SPs- you'll be lucky to see her even once every 20-30 runs, and even when she does appear the way Demon Parade worksnote  means she can easily end up being impossible to hit when she does. To add insult to injury, there's no reason to collect her shards in the Demon Parade other than for this bio unlock, as she's one of the shikis you can fight in Demon Force zones to collect shards of much more easily.
  • The Oldest Profession: The way her kimono is tied with the bow at the front rather than the back (for ease of removal) suggests she may actually have once been a courtesan. Her sexy off-the-shoulder kimono supports it further.
  • She's Got Legs: In the official art, not in the game itself. Played straight in Kessen!
  • Your Cheating Heart: In her autobiography, she tells of the time she caught her husband sleeping with another woman. Her response?
    Hone-onna: I neither remembered the gang of bandits I encountered along the way, nor did I mind being utterly betrayed. There's only one thing I'm sure of: I'm going to send him to hell next time I see him.
    Hōōka 
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Voiced by: Marina Inoue (JP), Li Shi Meng (CN, Kessen!), Tara Sands (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Control, Survivability (Kessen!)
Embodiment of the phoenix fire and inhabitant of the Hōōrin.
  • The Bus Came Back: Her bus trip is the longest out of all characters Put on a Bus: 14 episodes (first appearance ep. 3, returns ep. 17).
  • Fiery Redhead: Becomes this when Awakened.
  • Lady of Black Magic: A beautiful woman in a phoenix-themed kimono with damaging flame skills.
  • Ms. Fanservice: A milder example than most, but she's an attractive woman with fire-controlling abilities. Hot.
  • Playing with Fire: She's the phoenix fire, so this is a given. She either shoots single fire missiles or multi-target fire blasts.
  • Pyromaniac: She randomly sets creatures on fire to test the flames of life within them.
  • Supernatural Repellent: She cannot approach the immortal Yaobikuni as her flames of life have long been extinguished but the person is still alive and kicking. She ends up asking Seimei to remove the unwelcome freeloader in her home.
    Inugami 
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Voiced by: Toshihiko Seki (JP), Hai Fan (CN, Kessen!), Rick D. Wasserman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai, Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
He is supposedly loyal to Seimei after the latter helps him avenge the death of his Sparrow, but hasn't been seen again after episode 2.
  • Blade Spam: When his special skill is executed, he runs at a blinding speed among the opposite team. The enemies receive damage after this routine.
  • Cherry Blossoms: Receives an outfit with this theme in his skin.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Many characters suffer from this, but Inugami deserves a special mention for sticking with the heroes for the first two episodes and vanishing from the story without explanation since.
    • He unexpectedly reappeared during the Kimodameshi event as the 5th member of the group to take part.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: And boy is he good at it. See Blade Spam above.
  • Petting Zoo People: Has a dog's head and tail, but an otherwise human body.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: In the first episode, he tries to kill Seimei, thinking that he let Kohaku eat his sparrow.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Smokes a kiseru when Awakened.
  • The Southpaw: His sword is worn on the right hip, suggesting that he is left-pawed.
  • Starter Villain: He is the first ever monster players fight against, in the tutorial.
    Itsumade 
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Voiced by: Satomi Sato (JP), Xia Yike (CN, Kessen!), Tara Platt (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
A bird yōkai highly sought after by humans thanks to her golden feathers, and comes to fear humans as a result.
    Ittan-momen 
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Voiced by: Kotono Mitsuishi
A cloth demon who had encounters in the past with the lover of Nōkanshi.
  • Arch-Enemy: Possibly Okuribito/Nokanshi- they both cared for the same young girl, but after she was killed Ittan-Momen took her soul and merged it with her own, while Okuribito took her body and attempted to revive her via Deal with the Devil, leading them to come to blows when they meet.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: Okuribito's lover helped her escape when she was being chased by humans, leading her to promise to protect the girl. After she failed, she took the girl's soul into herself and took brutal vengeance on her killers.
  • Big "NO!": A non-verbal one, but the low growl she releases as her savior dies in her arms is clearly intended to be this.
  • Blindfolded Vision: Has strips of cloth over her eyes in both forms, but isn't stated to be blind.
  • Cloth Fu: Her defining characteristic.
  • Merger of Souls: After she was unable to protect the girl she cared for, she freed her soul and merged it with her own to care for her for eternity.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: The girl she cared for was killed by her foster family, despite Ittan-Momen swearing to protect her. Ittan-Momen's revenge was gruesome.
  • Temporary Online Content: She can only be assembled from fragments dropping from her special force zones that only appear during limited-time events.
    Jorōgumo 
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Voiced by: Shizuka Ito (JP), Lin Lan (CN, Kessen!), Julie Nathanson (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai, Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A malicious demoness with the capacity to breed a whole horde of young demons and sides with the Yamata-no-orochi.
  • Giant Spider: Just her lower body, but that's still pretty huge.
  • Literal Maneater: "Oh, isn't that the scent of man's flesh?"
  • Mother of a Thousand Young: The innumerable monsters that keep spawning and giving the heroes a hard time in episode 22? They're all her kids.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Of the grotesque type. Considering who she's voiced by, it isn't that surprising.
  • Spider Swarm: Her special attack in which she throws a bunch of spiders at the opposite team.
    Kainin 
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Voiced by: Yūki Kuwahara

  • Anachronism Stew: Considering the game is set in the Heian period, which is before ninja even existed
  • BFS: Carries what appears to be an ōdachi on her back.
  • Expy: She looks like a refugee from Naruto, particularly thanks to the metal-plated forehead protector she wears in her base form. More specifically, her base form looks quite a lot like either Mitarashi Anko or Yuuhi Kurenai (particularly with the red eyes), while her evolved form with the short white hair and the mouth-covering masks both forms wear strongly resemble common Rule 63 renditions of Hatake Kakashi (although it's the unevolved form that has her left eye covered up like Kakashi usually does). Extraneous limbs notwithstanding, of course.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: Let's face it, her Stripperific outfit, especially her mostly white Awakened color scheme, isn't the most stealthy on Earth.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Has 3 left arms.
  • Ninja
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her one uncovered eye in her base form is red. Once evolved, she instead has a pair of Icy Blue Eyes.
  • Sarashi: Worn in both forms. Borders on Bandage Babe with some of the extraneous bandages wrapped around her.
  • Spam Attack: Her schtick is hitting a single target repeatedly with her basic attack to stack up Weakness marks on it; once it reaches 3 she unleashes a team-wide attack similar to the last strike of Onikiri's passivenote . As a result, her passive gives her a chance to repeatedly hit the same target several times in a row, up to 4 times once maxed out, allowing her to unleash a veritable flurry of blows.
  • Temporary Online Content: Is one of the shikigami that can only be bought at the shrine using tickets.
    Kairaishi 
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Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (JP), Zhu Que Cheng (CN, Kessen!), Jan Johns (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai (Kessen)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
A mysterious demon puppeteer lying dormant in the Afterworld.
  • Body Horror: The biggest victim of this. First she's turned from a human girl to a human puppet, then somehow gets a Kusanagi fragment lodged in her chest.
  • Creepy Child
  • Creepy Doll: Both herself and "big brother".
  • Creepy Monotone: Seriously, try listening to her voice and not get chills.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": Both in the original name and the result of Dub Name Change where she is called "Puppeteer".
  • Lonely Doll Girl: Which explains her devastation when "big brother" is deactivated.
    Kairaishi: Big brother and I are always together.
  • Puppet Permutation: According to her autobiography (not narrated by herself, by the way), she was made into this.
  • Marionette Master: She controls her giant marionette to perform attacks.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: She has been sleeping in the Afterworld all the time.
    Kamaitachi 
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Voiced by: Yasuhiro Mamiya (JP), Ni Kang (CN, Kessen!), Spike Spencer (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Control (Kessen!)
Three constantly bickering weasel brothers. The eldest Ichitarō (top) is the most talkative and arrogant who often dishes out verbal abuse at youngest Santarō (bottom), while the middle Nitarō rarely talks at all.
  • Big Brother Bully: Ichitarō to the other two, especially Santarō.
  • Bishōnen Line: One of their skins turns them into three cute boys with animal ears.
  • Family Theme Naming: They are literally numbered one to three in descending order of age, with Ichitarō (one) being the eldest, Nitarō (two) being the middle sibling, and Santarō (three) being the youngest. They are arranged in a Totem Pole Trench in this exact order.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Santarō is the Responsible to Ichitarō's Foolish. The former even points out to the latter that he is in no place to get mad at him when it is Ichitarō who handed out all his money to Tesso.
  • Only Sane Man: Nitarō, who isn't cocky like his older brother or picked on as much as his younger.
  • Super Empowering: They can bump up their team's turns as well as increase everyone's attack force.
  • Talking Animal
  • Totem Pole Trench: Three weasels standing on top of one another, covered by a robe.
    Kaoru 
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Voiced by: Inori Minase
A young girl who befriends Yamakaze and takes him as a brother figure.
  • Like Brother and Sister: She is this to Yamakaze, who reminds her of her deceased biological brother.
  • Self-Harm: Think Yamakaze's Family-Unfriendly Violence battle scene followed by his eating himself not scary enough? How about the immediate following scene where Kaoru stabs herself and offers herself as food to him in order to stop him from eating himself?
  • Was Once a Man: She was a human who died devoured by Yamakaze. He later used forbidden arts to bring her back to life as a demon.
    Kijo Momiji 
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Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (JP), Zhang Kai (CN, Kessen!), Haviland Stillwell (EN, Kessen!)
Musical actor: Yōko Kadoyama (Heian Emaki)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Harassment (Kessen!)
A sexy man-eating oni girl who earns the ire of Ibaraki-dōji for breaking Shuten-dōji's heart and who falls head-over-heels for Seimei.
  • Abhorrent Admirer: Is this to Seimei. What makes it even creepier is that he has only briefly talked to her once.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Shuten-dōji's affection for her as well as hers for Seimei.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She developed feelings for Seimei after he saved her from a group of monsters. And then she went ahead and fell in love with the wrong Seimei.
  • Bloodless Carnage: During a flashback, we see her eating flesh on screen, and the scene is much less gory than it should be. This is probably because of the game's limited animation.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She is jealous of Kagura for simply talking to "her" Seimei.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": "Kijo" is not part of her name- a kijo is the female equivalent of an oni (like succubus and incubus). Nobody ever addresses her in-game as "Kijo Momiji" and the English version drops it.
  • Face–Monster Turn: She was a quite decent human, if not somewhat vain, as seen in her first encounter with Seimei, before becoming the current grotesque man-eater by Kuro Seimei's doing.
  • Hime Cut: The hairstyle is spot-on, but the personality is way off.
  • Literal Maneater: This beautiful woman eats humans and makes no attempt to hide it. If anything, it makes her even more beautiful.
  • Love Interest: Of Seimei himself.
  • Love Triangle: Is part of one with Shuten-dōji and Seimei.
  • Magic Dance: Her special skill, "Deadly Dance".
  • Ms. Fanservice: In her base form; her kimono top borders on Absolute Cleavage and it's quite short, showing off her long, slender legs. Her evolved form and her skin are far more conservative.
  • Property of Love: Her bios is filled to the brim with this. She considers her body and her entire being to be Seimei's property. And according to one line, absolutely no one can touch them - again, except Seimei.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Single-Target Sexuality: Seimei is the only love of her life.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: At the end of episode 11, Seimei seals her up and we do not hear from her since. Chapter 22 confirms that she is still sealed inside Seimei's robes.
    • She shows up during the Tsukinohime Uber Boss event, fighting to hold her back alongside Shuten Doji and Ibaraki Doji, although the actual story canonicity of Uber Boss events is vague.
  • Yandere: At one point, she threatens to eat Kagura when the latter suggests that she knows Seimei personally.
    Kingyo-hime 
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Voiced by: Maaya Uchida (JP), Shan Xin (CN, Kessen!), Tara Sands (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Control (Kessen!)
A Bratty Half-Pint with body height issues who wishes to conquer the world.
  • Badass Adorable: If we set aside the fact that's she's such a brat.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Self-important and narcissistic little kid who believes she's the cutest in the world. She's even jealous of Koi-no-sei for being cuter than her.
  • Catchphrase: She's going to conquer the world! (strangely enough, she says she doesn't want to conquer the world in her autobio. Make of this what you will)
  • Combat Hand Fan: Whacks enemies with it as a melee attack.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She flies into a fit of rage when served sashimi, and since she's a fish demon, it's justified that the dish is Nightmare Fuel to her.
  • Haughty "Hmph": Comes with her near-constant whining.
  • Innocently Insensitive: When En'enra tells her and Susabi of a horribly abused boy, she concludes that he must have misbehaved to deserve that kind of treatment, even though a/ it's all but stated outright that the said boy is Susabi, who's sitting right there, and b/ it's later confirmed that he's a victim of No Good Deed Goes Unpunished. Hell, the fact she seems to believe that anyone deserves abuse at all is insensitive enough on its own.
  • It's All About Me: The biggest offender of this.
  • The Napoleon: Gets mocked by Lord of the Arakawa River for her petite size and wants to conquer the world to get even with him.
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: Lord Arakawa. She hates him for constantly bullying her. He thinks she's amusing and, according to her Secret Zone, secretly watches out for her.
  • Summon Magic: She can summon a goldfish which Takes the Bullet for all members on the team.
  • Takes the Bullet: What her summoned goldfish does, wich greatly reduces the damage dealt by a single-target attack to any member on the team beside itself. This ability is similar to that of a shikigami equipped with four Teikon (Cutting Soul) mitama. This can be circumvented by stunning it or locking it in place by successfully casting Seimei's chain debuff on it, allowing the enemies to be attacked without killing the fish first.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue by default, pink when Awakened.
    Kisei 
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Voiced by: Tetsuya Kakihara
The ghost of a go master who died of a Heroic Sacrifice with go-based abilities.
  • Bishōnen
  • Chess Motifs: Or Go Motif. He throws stones at enemies and his special skill depends on their color. A white piece weakens the enemy's attack and a black weakens their armor value.
  • Cute Ghost Girl: He's quite attractive for a ghost.
  • Fog Feet: His kimono is torn at the end, revealing that there are no feet or knees underneath. However, he is still capable of standing up.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Since the last game he played was one where losers would be put to death, he gave up his own life to save his lover by refusing to make the winning move that would allow him to beat her.
  • Hime Cut: Has this haircut in both default and Awakened form, which emphasizes his graceful and somewhat haughty personality.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: After Awakening, all his stats are ranked A except HP, which is ranked C.
  • Japanese Pronouns: First-person watashi/watakushi, second-person sonata, conveying a haughty air.
  • Keigo: His preferred mode of speech.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy
  • Love Interest: One of the masters he defeated in his final game (see Smart People Play Chess below) obviously had feelings for him, saying she would take any punishments and even went so far as to hug him. This lead him to perform a Heroic Sacrifice and die in her place.
  • Magic Missile Storm: His special skill allows him to repeatedly drop stones at random enemies for an impressive amount of damage.
  • Mystical White Hair: By default. Another one in the game's long line of men with long white hair.
  • Politeness Judo: Seemingly a crisp and proper perpetual Keigo speaker, but his politeness only enhances how cocky some of his lines are.
  • Power Floats: Since he has no feet, he's always levitating over a go board.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Ignoring the fact his kimono is ripped at the end, the type of kimono he wears is completely proper and not at all stylized, save for the Chess Motif texture. Played completely straight in his skin where his kimono is no longer torn.
  • Smart People Play Chess: So smart he used to defeat ten other well-known Go masters in one game back in his human days, according to his autobiography.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: When Awakened, he has dark hair and eyes.
    Kiyo-hime 
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Voiced by: Toa Yukinari (JP), Bai Xue (CN, Kessen!), Marisha Ray (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
A half-humanoid, half-snake living in perpetual hatred over being wronged by her lover. She is also a minor villain who sides with Yamata-no-orochi.
  • Damage Over Time/Poisonous Person: Her specialty is poison damage.
  • Face–Monster Turn: She was transformed from a human woman.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Has a kiseru in her official art, but doesn't actually have one in the game.
  • Snake People: Has the upper body of a human and the lower body of a snake.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Taken to annoying extremes in chapter 24 where the heroes keeps kicking her butt only for her to re-emerge again, seemingly taking over Kyūmeineko's role. Exactly one battle in that chapter is not against her.
    • If that's not enough, in that chapter's dungeon, she both appears as a mob and the boss. Gah.
    Komatsumaru 
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Voiced by: Ai Kayano (JP), Er Jiao (CN, Kessen!), Karen Strassman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: DPS (Kessen!)
"The idol of the forest Komatsumaru is me!"
  • Baleful Polymorph: Her special skill can randomly turn enemies into acorns.
  • Fake Longevity: Komatsu is unquestionably the most annoying of the Demon Seal shikigami to collect- like several of them, all three of her skills can be ranked up to level 5, but unlike all the other Demon Seal shikis she has a ridiculously low shard drop rate. On average you will get only a single shard from completing her zone, maybe 2 if you're lucky, compared to an average of 2-3 per run (and sometimes up to 5-6 if you're lucky) for the other SR shikis. Since you need 40 shards to summon a single copy of her, and 13 copies to make a maxed-out version (1 for your base Komatsu and 12 extras to rank up her skills), she requires literally hundreds of Demon Seal runs to complete. To add insult to injury, you can't even speed the process by unlocking her second bio for the standard 10 shard reward that most shikis give, because for some reason she's the only Demon Seal shiki that gives 10 jade instead of shards.
  • Killer Rabbit: May be a Ridiculously Cute Critter, but don't underestimate her.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Humanoid with critter ears and a ridiculously gigantic tail. Her evolved form also has squirrel paws.
  • Lovable Coward: Her passive skill that allows her to hide behind the teammate with the highest HP when attacked suggests that she is this. She also says stuff like, "I'll give you a pinecone, so don't hit me!"
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Adorable from looks to voice.
    Kurodōji 
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Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (JP), Yan Meng Meng (CN, Kessen!), Tara Sands (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Samurai, Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Survivability, DPS (Kessen!)
A very mentally unstable Afterworld-official-in-training who is close friends with Shirodōji.
  • Ax-Crazy: Isn't he ever.
  • Back from the Dead: According to Shirodōji's autobiography, after his soul was eaten by a demon, Shirodōji split his soul with him. He was brought back to life, but both of them are not allowed to return to the mortal world and must stay in the Afterworld and become officials.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Dresses like this in his skin, which makes him look even more androgynous than he already does.
  • Book-Ends: His first autobiography opens with the line "Shirodōji, I never want to lose you" and his third ends with the same line.
  • Counter Attack: When he is struck with an enemy attack, he has a chance of hitting the opposing team right back with his special skill, costing no Mana in the process. This effect however will not be triggered if he receives damage via Synchronization; he must be taking it directly in order for it to work.
  • Creepy Child: Those thinking he is as cute as he seems are in for a surprise as to how utterly insane and sadistic he is, despite being a little boy.
  • Crossdressing Voices: In the Chinese and English dubs of the MOBA game.
  • Cute Mute: He does have his share of adorable moments, albeit rare.
  • Desperation Attack: The lower HP he has left, the more strokes he delivers when executing his special skill. The epic 4 strokes when he's only a hair's breadth away from dying qualifies as this.
  • Drop the Hammer: Wields this in his skin in place of the default scythe. He still does slashing moves with it.
  • Dumb Struck: He lost his ability to speak after a certain traumatic event and Shirodōji has been helping him recover since.
  • Expy: Take into consideration his traumatic past which he hasn't quite gotten over, his cheerful friend who acts as a Living Emotional Crutch and his white hair, and he's a lot like Honebami Toushirou.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Melancholic in the group consisting of himself, Shirodōji and the Mujō brothers.
  • Glass Cannon: Exceptional attack (3377, ranked S, the second highest in the whole fucking game), painfully low HP and armor (9912 and 384 respectively, both ranked C), which, funny enough, puts him at disadvantage compared to Shirodōji.
  • Guttural Growler: He can let out a scream like this when he unleashes the most powerful version of his special skill (4 strokes, can be executed only when he only has a smidge of HP left).
  • Herd-Hitting Attack: If he manages to take out an enemy when he uses his multi-target skill, he will automatically execute it again, and if another enemy dies again… you get the picture. This way, he can wipe out the entire enemy team in one go if he's powerful enough.
  • Hime Cut: This style is even more pronounced post-Awakening, and he already looks androgynous.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Ore, in case you still don't believe he's a boy.
  • Laughing Mad/Put the "Laughter" in "Slaughter": In the first side story, he breaks into fits of this as he loses control over his powers until the Mujō brothers have to knock him out. He also lets out constant bouts of "HEHEHEHEHE" in gameplay battle. He doesn't seem to have a normal voice, always either cackling, hissing or growling.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Looks quite adorable with his smooth flowing white hair. It also doesn't help that it's a Hime Cut.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite being a kid, his base attack force is the second highest in the game, losing only to Yamakaze. Combine this with skill levelling-up and attack-enhancing mitama and he's downright deadly.
  • Power Incontinence: Has a moment of this in the first side story until the Mujō brothers knock him senseless.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Red to Shirodōji's Blue.
  • Sadist: He seems to enjoy chopping up enemies left and right to Laughing Mad levels.
  • Shinigami: In training as an apprentice of the Mujō brothers
  • Signature Laugh, HEHEHEHEHE!
  • Sinister Scythe: His weapon of choice.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes
  • Vocal Dissonance: Especially when he starts shrieking. Understandable, since this kid is voiced by Tomokazu Sugita of all people. Averted in the Kessen! Chinese and English voice tracks where he is voiced by women and thus sounding more like a young boy.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: A male example, combined with Fashionable Asymmetry. He wears shorts and a thigh-high black sock on his right leg in his skin.
    Kuromujō 
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Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai (JP), Chang Chen (CN, Kessen!), Yuri Lowenthal (EN, Kessen!)
Musical actor: Yūichirō Hirata (Heian Emaki)
Role: Samurai (Kessen!)
Specialty: Survivability, DPS (Kessen!)
An Afterworld official whose job is to lead souls of the dead to their rightful place. He dotes on his brother Shiromujō despite his not exactly appreciating the attention.
    Kyūketsu-hime 
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Voiced by: Yukana (JP), Yu Tou (CN, Kessen!), Cristina Milizia (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Harassment, Survivability (Kessen!)
A vampire, that's what all we have to say about her.
  • Cast from Hit Points: Her basic attack causes her HP to go down along with her enemy's, as her attack force grows stronger the more HP she loses.
  • Dub Name Change: Known simply as "Vampira" in the English version.
  • Life Drain: Her special skill does this and also poisons the enemy.
    • Averted after a patch, where rather than restoring her HP, it converts the damage she inflicts into a shield, allowing her to keep her HP low (to benefit from her passive) while still surviving enemy retaliation.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Unlike most shikigami, Kyūketsu-hime's bread and butter is her basic attack, which drains her health with every move but scales damage inversely proportionally to her remaining HP, while her active skill is a self-heal. Because of this, a shortage of orbs doesn't bother her too much.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: She doesn't seem bothered by sunlight and has bat wings that don't seem to help her fly. Oh, did we mention she's very much a Western vampire in Heian period Japan?
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Goes red in her skin instead.
    Mannendake 
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Voiced by: Shinnosuke Tachibana (JP), Bian Jiang (CN, Kessen!), Crispin Freeman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
An arrogant flutist with a heart of gold.
  • Counter Attack: Hit him and he will hit you back, unless he dies. When he casts a charm over the entire team, he also has a chance of swatting an enemy right back if they attack his teammates.
  • Fake Longevity: He costs 3500 shrine tickets to buy! That is an obscene amount of tickets, equivalent to the trade-in value of 4 2/3 SSR shikigami, 35, SRs, or 700 Rs making him far rarer than any SSR. As a result, he's the one SR who it's universally accepted as completely normal to spend skill daruma upgrading, as the idea of getting duplicate copies of him to sacrifice to raise his skill is laughable.
  • Glass Cannon: Impressive attack (3250, ranked S), disappointing HP and defense (10140 and 392 respectively, both ranked C).
  • Instrument of Murder: He simply smacks enemies with his flute. It also apparently has a sword hidden inside it which never seems to be used.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's an even haughtier master musician than Yōkinshi. He declares humans to be "ill-mannered, selfish and annoying" for not appreciating his music enough.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: After denouncing all humans in his first autobiography, he decided to play a tune for a dying woman who loved his music. Even though he had every right to be mad at her for stalking him.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: He is a misanthropic bastard alright, but seeing as he was on the receiving end of this human's stalking him throughout her lifetime, maybe his hatred isn't completely baseless.
  • Mystical White Hair: Is given this in his skin. Consequently, some fans have complained that the game has way too many white-haired men.
  • Stalker with a Crush: The human woman told in his autobiography. She secretly listened to his music from her youth until she died of old age and apparently he saw nothing wrong with this.
  • Stalking Is Love: The Unfortunate Implication of his backstory, as a woman's stalking lead to his change of heart.
  • Tareme Eyes
  • Temporary Online Content: He can only be purchased for 3500 ofuda at the little shrine in the Summoning room and only when he is available there. Otherwise, you have to wait until an update in which he is offered.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene
    Mōba 
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Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya (JP), Jia Qi Xu (CN, Kessen!), Courtenay Taylor (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Control, Survivability (Kessen!)
A resident of The Underworld and best friend of Yama-usagi.
    Momo-no-sei 
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Voiced by: Nana Mizuki (JP), Chen Yiwen (CN, Kessen!), Misty Lee (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Support (Kessen!)
Specialty: Support, Heal (Kessen!)
A peach blossom yōkai who is close friends with Sakura-no-sei.
  • Back from the Dead: She can bring back one fallen teammate at a time at whatever HP she is currently capable of restoring. She however cannot bring back an onmyōji.
  • The Cassandra: She initially objected to Sakura's falling in love with a mortal. Guess what happened.
  • Combat Stilettos: The absurdly high sandals she wears, which look even more dangerous than an actual pair of stilettos. How the hell does she walk in those?
  • Fantastic Racism: At first, she doesn't like the idea of a demon in love with a human.
  • Flower Motif: Peach blossoms, which is the only thing preventing her from being a straight-up Cherry Blossom Girl.
  • Healing Hands: Can heal an individual or, if she's lucky, the entire team.
  • Horned Humanoid: Has a pair growing from her forehead.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Uchi.
  • Kansai Regional Accent: She is the only one speaking in a Kyoto dialect. Keep in mind that everyone is living in Kyoto here.note 
  • The Medic: Possibly the best one, as not only can she heal, she can also resurrect.
  • Mighty Glacier: She has high defensive value (490, has an S rank) and the second slowest speed in the game (100 post-Awakeningnote , has a B rank), losing only to Sakura.
    Nekomata 
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Voiced by: Yui Horie
A cat demon who takes the form of a young girl, but talks like an old man.
  • Arch-Enemy: Oitsuki, who she believes killed her friend.
  • Cat Girl
  • Japanese Pronouns: Washi. Note that she uses the mode of speech commonly spoken by the elderly.
  • Lightning Bruiser: With attack, speed and critical hit all ranked S while HP and defense ranked B, she's a good choice for the main attacker in the group.
  • Little Bit Beastly: The only thing marking her as cat-themed is her ears and her two tails. The rest is humanoid.
  • Older Than They Look: The fact that she talks like an old man suggests she is this.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Fish. In her bio, she narrates about frequenting a pub where a woman serves her fish.
    Ninmenju 
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Voiced by: Natsuki Hanae
A tree that used to be worshipped as a shinboku by a community of humans, but unfortunately was just an ordinary tree unable to grant wishes.
  • Botanical Abomination: His appearance, which is about 10% vaguely humanoid and 90% giant monstrous walking tree trunk, should have many players shuddering from the sight of him.
  • Dump Stat: ATK, since even his basic attack skill scales off his DEF.
  • Mighty Glacier: Abysmally slow, but with extremely high DEF and HP. His appallingly low ATK is a nonissue as he's one of two shikigami who doesn't use ATK even for his basic attack skill, with all his damage scaling off his DEF instead.
  • Plant Person
  • Unlockable Content: He can only be purchased from the shrine for 3000 ofuda.
    Nōkanshi 
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Voiced by: Show Hayami
One who takes care of the bodies of the dead before putting them to rest. He has had a tragic romance in the past – tragic enough to turn him into a demon.
  • Alternate Character Reading: Before the official Japanese reading of his name is confirmed, it was disputed whether his name is read "Nōkanshi" or "Okuribito". The English release went with the latter, despite "Nōkanshi" now being the official reading.
    • Inexplicably, in the English version of his bio, he even describes himself as a Nōkanshi, despite the fact they still call him Okuribito. Someone on the translation team was blatantly asleep at the wheel for that one.
  • Arch-Enemy: Possibly Ittan-Momen- they both cared for the same young girl, but after she was killed Ittan-Momen took her soul and merged it with her own, while Okuribito took her body and attempted to revive her via Deal with the Devil, leading them to come to blows when they met.
  • Battle Couple: He can summon the reanimated husk of Oriyuki, his late lover, to fight his enemies.
  • Beard of Sorrow: As seen in his backstory animation, he was clean-shaven before his lover died. After he found her body, his appearance grew increasingly haggard.
  • Chained by Fashion: In his evolved form a shackle around his right wrist is attached to a chain that wraps around the cabinet containing his lover's reanimated body.
  • Deal with the Devil: According to his bio, he made a deal with Enma to have his lover restored to life. Instead she seems to have returned as some sort of beautiful living puppet, possibly because her soul is with Ittan-Momen.
  • Everybody Calls Him "Barkeep": Similar to several other shikigami in the game, "Nōkanshi" is not a name, but rather something of a Japanese equivalent to an undertaker, mortician and priest, who performs services and rituals to prepare the dead for a funeral.
  • The Lost Lenore: His lover died tragically and the fact he couldn't decorate her body as nicely as he wanted is as tear-jerking as it can get. Until she came Back from the Dead, that is.
  • Red Right Hand: Literally, and Up to Eleven- in his evolved form his right hand is an oversized, crimson, skeletal claw which is on fire.
  • Soulless Shell: His lover's body was revived by Enma's spell as one of these, as her soul was taken by Ittan-Momen. While he's not entirely happy, he's at least satisfied with it for now.
  • Spam Attack: Two variants:
    • His Soulsplit ability is a high-damage but very cheap (once maxed) attack which also puts a stacking curse on the target with every hit. The target can remove the curse by using a normal attack on Nokanshi (and only a normal attack, making it function like a soft taunt against enemies who'd rather not be attacking like Oitsuki), but if they don't remove it they take considerable damage depending on the number of stacks they've accrued, which is based on a percentage of Nokanshi's HP and can end up doing colossal amounts of damage if he marks them enough times.
    • His trademark ability, Coffin of White Roses, puts him into a sort of "turret mode", where his SPD is halved and his DEF and Effect RES are massively boosted. While he's in this mode, every time an enemy acts he hits the two enemy targets with the lowest remaining HP, which can rack up a lot of damage over time, especially against a speed-based team composition.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": The game presents a confusing case with his name. While he introduces himself using the official translation of "Nōkanshi", the English version as well as the (also-)official PVs call him "Okuribito". Either of which are correct, but the former is far more common.
    Oitsukigami 
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Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka
An arrogant yōkai who lives in a shrine and acts like a god even though she's not a god, outright admits she's not a god, but enjoys being worshiped anyway.
  • A God Am I: She knows she's not a god, but she uses her powers to trick a community of humans into believing she is one, and then basks in their worship.
  • Lunacy: It's evident in her name. The moon is a main motif in her design as well as her skills.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: Prominent in her base and evolved skins.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While she vainly enjoys being worshiped as a goddess despite not being one, she works hard to try and fulfill her worshipers' wishes with her own strength, to make up for her lack of actual godly power.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Dances on the edge of Beast Folk; she has the large fluffy bunny ears and a surprisingly long and not very rabbit-like fluffy tail (except in her alternate skin where she has a more rabbity puffball tail), but also a cute button nose, which makes her more visibly inhuman and is more prominent in her evolved form.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Very sexy and scantily-clad, with her outfits showing off both her cleavage and considerable amounts of juicy thigh.
  • Mystical White Hair
  • Stone Wall: She has a disappointingly low attack value (2305, ranked C) but impressive HP (12760, ranked S).
  • Suicide Mission: The impossible request she is given, as told in her last autobiography, is basically this. The woman giving the said request has her child eaten by a yōkai, so she wants all yōkai to be exterminated. In case that's not clear enough, Oitsukigami is a yōkai herself.
  • Temporary Online Content: Formerly. She used to be only obtainable when available via Dōshin no Ran feature, which basically involves inviting your friend to team up with you for a set number of battles in order to get rewards. She can be summoned now.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Not outright villainous, but she is a haughty, narcissistic, lying wannabe god with white hair.
    Okikumushi 
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Voiced by: Mari Hagai
A caterpillar who longs to become a butterfly, but due to a dislike of mulberry leaves, she ends up a half-caterpillar half-butterfly who's unable to fully mature.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Mulberry leaves, and boy does she suffer the consequences.
  • Fan Disservice: Her evolved form initially appears much sexier than her unevolved form with her much less conservative kimono showing off a vast amount of her cleavage. Unfortunately she also drops most of the "Cute" from "Cute Monster Girl", as the segmented sections of her skin are exposed, as do her two additional pairs of claws, and a pair of mandibles sprouts from her cheeks to accompany the much larger horn on her forehead. Even her caterpillar lower body becomes more monstrous-looking.
  • Hime Cut: In her Awakened form.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: In her evolved form.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: During the day she's a sweet and enthusiastic teacher. After falling asleep at the end of the day, at night she wakes up as a cannibalistic monster.
  • Poisonous Person: She specializes in poison damage.
  • Split Personality: Her first and third bios are narrated by her unevolved self during the day, encouraging her students to make cocoons so they can become butterflies. Her second bio is narrated by her evolved self who eats her students in their cocoons, leaving her good self to believe they metamorphosed into butterflies and flew away.
    Okō 
    Older Kyonshī Brother 
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Voiced by: Daisuke Endō (JP), Wang Zi (CN, Kessen!), Max Mittelman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Control, Survivability (Kessen!)
The oldest of the kyonshī family. Along with his brother, he was hypnotized and kidnapped by Ōtengu before being rescued by the onmyōji and his sister.
    Sakura-no-sei 
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Voiced by: Mamiko Noto
A Cherry Blossom Girl who is introduced trying to kill Seimei for murdering her human fiancé. She is close friends with Momo-no-sei.
  • Cherry Blossom Girl: Obviously.
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Before she is released as a shikigami, her skills are the same as Momo's, which include resurrection; it becomes this trope when currently A.I. Sakura still has that skill while shikigami Sakura doesn't. The only time it is averted is when she is in the skin dungeons, which ironically are the biggest offender of this trope.
  • Healing Hands: She has a passive skill which automatically heals a member of her team (herself included) whenever they take an action for an amount based on her max HP. She has a random chance of doubling the healing amount.
  • Interspecies Romance: Her romance with a human man, which Momo spoke up against.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: She dresses like a frigging bride into battle post-Awakening.
  • The Lost Lenore: The whole damn plot of the episode that stars her. Her human fiancé dies, so she falls into despair, turning a whole forest inhabited by various creatures into a wasteland and trying to kill who she assumed to be the murderer.
  • Mighty Glacier: She has high HP (13785, which has an S rank) and the slowest speed in the game (99 post-Awakening, ranked C).
  • Vengeful Widow: She tries to off Seimei thinking him the murderer of her fiancé. He isn't, but his Literal Split Personality is, so that means he… kinda is?
    Shirodōji 
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Voiced by: Yuuichi Nakamura
An Afterworld-official-in-training who is close friends with Kurodōji and acts as a Living Emotional Crutch for the latter.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: Sweet kid who takes his responsibility as a Shinigami seriously.
  • Back from the Dead: He can temporarily resurrect dead teammates and/or enemies to fight remaining opponents for one turn.
    • Plot-wise, in his autobiography, it is stated that he split his soul with dead Kurodōji to bring him back to life on one condition that both of them must become Afterworld officials.
  • Badass Adorable: Cute little boy kicks ass.
  • Barrier Warrior: His special skill, whose sequence is summon a huge-ass explosive dumpling → create damage-absorbing shields for the entire team in the form of dumplings running in circles around each member → resurrect dead combatants for one turn if possible to fight remaining foes.
  • Celestial Bureaucracy: Is gonna be part of it one day.
  • Facial Markings: Has a large red triangle on his forehead.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Sanguine in the group consisting of himself, Kurodōji and the Mujō brothers.
  • Expy: The fact that he also suffered from a traumatic past, yet stays cheerful and is a supportive figure to his friend makes him a lot like Namazuo Toushirou.
  • The Heart: His caring and sweet nature not only helps Kurodōji but also brings out Kuromujō's and Shiromujō's hidden soft side.
  • Hime Cut: Has this style once Awakened, which doesn't help considering how androgynous he looks.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Boku, in case you still don't believe he's a boy.
  • Lightning Bruiser: He has high attack value and high speed (they are 3189 and 113 respectively, both ranked S) coupled with decent HP (10,482, ranked B). Add his defensive skill on top of that, and he's a force to reckon with.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: To Kurodōji. He greatly cares about him, at one point even teaching Kurodōji to speak again.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: An unbelievably adorable boy with wavy black-and-red locks. The Hime Cut he wears makes him look ten times cuter.
  • Man in White: A near identical image of Shiromujō.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Kurodōji's Red.
  • Shinigami: Not quite one yet, still in training.
  • Take Me Instead: According to his autobiography, he volunteered to become a Human Sacrifice when his village leader was worried that he would have to sacrifice a child to the mountain deity.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: He is not a Creepy Child like Kurodōji, but he does display feats of power and aggressive behavior that have the Mujō brothers in shock.
  • Vocal Dissonance: As is the case with Kurodōji, nobody expected this feminine-looking boy to have such a sexy masculine voice.
  • White Shirt of Death: In the same vein as Shiromujō.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: A male example, combined with Fashionable Asymmetry. He wears shorts and a thigh-high sock on his left leg in his skin.
    Shiromujō 
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Voiced by: Kenichi Suzumura (JP), Chen Jia Heng (CN, Kessen!), Yuri Lowenthal (EN, Kessen!)
Musical actor: Akiyoshi Utsumi (Heian Emaki)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Control, DPS (Kessen!)
A proper and gentlemanly Afterworld official who, along with his brother Kuromujō, is in charge of taking the souls of the dead to their rightful place.
  • Brick Joke: He calls Kuromujō out on his bad manners twice, and has seemingly given up doing so since.
  • Celestial Bureaucracy: He and his brother rank lower than Enma and Hangan.
  • Damage Over Time/Poisonous Person: His third skill deals poison damage.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Like his brother, he has red sclerae.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: The Phlegmatic in the group consisting of himself, his brother and their two apprentices.
  • Incest Subtext: His being the only one Kuromujō is dere-dere to (before he warms up to their apprentices, but that's because they remind Kuromujō of himself and his brother when they were young) should be enough. He also states that he always feels some sort of déjà-vu when his brother is around.
  • Keigo: -Desu -masu 24/7, even to his brother (though, to be fair, he doesn't remember that Kuromujō is his brother at all).
  • Lightning Bruiser: Has high attack and speed (3055 and 116 respectively, both ranked S) and decent HP and armor (10254 and 423 respectively, both ranked B).
  • Man in White: True to his name, he's clad in white from hat to clothes to hair. It both serves as indication of his connection with death and contrast to his brother Kuromujō.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Like his brother, he looks completely human except for his blood-red sclera.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Blue to Kuromujō's Red.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang. With Kuromujō, obviously. Comes with color-coding.
  • Shinigami: His case leans more toward psychopomp.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He usually doesn't display much emotion, but once in a while his soft side resurfaces, especially around his apprentices.
  • Summon Magic: His second skill allows him to summon tiny explosive demons in place of dead enemies.
  • White Shirt of Death: A Shinigami in white coming to take your soul…
  • Wistful Amnesia: He was required to give up his memory in order to become an Afterworld official, but he constantly gets déjà-vu around Kuromujō.
  • Zigzag Paper Tassel: Has two of these hanging from his shimenawa belt.
    Shoyō 
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Voiced by: Masaya Onosaka
A scholarly demon constantly wandering in search of and chronicling beauty.
  • All Your Powers Combined: His "curse" skill, which collects all damage dealt to a cursed enemy and then deals a share of the total amount (at its highest level, this is 90%) to them on Shoyō's second turn after casting the spell, given said enemy hasn't yet been knocked out already.
  • Art Attacker: Ink strokes everywhere and bird drawings that come to life…
  • Awesome Anachronistic Apparel: See High-Class Glass below.
  • Barrier Warrior: Can cast a protective spell over one teammate that reduces the damage dealt to them to just 15%. Once Awakened, he will automatically be protected himself at the beginning of a battle. This skill helps anyone protected by it survive One Hit Kills.
  • Bishōnen: Even more so post-Awakening.
  • Dub Name Change: His name is changed to "Bukkuman" (Bookman) in the English version.
  • Gentleman and a Scholar: His autobiography shows that he seems to be a learned and cultured man with pleasant demeanor.
  • Healing Hands: His protective spell also heals whomever it's cast on. However, the amount is small, so it's not recommended to use him as a main healer.
  • High-Class Glass: Wears one post-Awakening, but why the designers decided it was a good idea to include it in a goddamn Heian period setting when it was neither invented yet nor would it have any business there since the monocle is exclusively Western is anyone's guess.note 
  • Hime Cut: This game seems to love having guys sporting this cut, and he is no exception. His post-Awakening hairstyle combines this style with Fashionable Asymmetry, and it very much fits his elegant personality and mannerisms.
  • Insufferable Genius: He is calm and pleasant most of the time, but his lines in battle suggest that he is more haughty than he usually shows.
    Shoyō: You ignorant lot, begone!
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: Just wait until you see his post-Awakening stats - all of them are ranked A. However, his default stats consisting of high critical hit rate (ranked A) and low speed (ranked C) suggest that he is a Mighty Glacier.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Boku.
  • Keigo: He speaks in the formal language normally used in writing.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Possibly the prettiest one in the entire game.
  • Megane: His Awakened form makes him the first and only bespectacled character in the game.
  • Mystical White Hair: Straight-up white by default (with black tips on the side locks) and more or less grey when Awakened.
  • No Ontological Inertia: His curse will be dispelled instantly if he dies in battle. Justified since the skill has to be activated on his turn.
  • The Pen Is Mightier: He is often compared to Hangan because of this.
  • Standard Status Effects: Averted, his curse is not a status effect, so it cannot be removed ever and bypasses status effect immunity. If he is grouped with a powerful attacker, opponents under his curse are pretty much already dead.
  • Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors: Like Mōba, the damage collected in his special skill (see You Are Already Dead below) ignores Shōzu's life-link, so he is a good choice against her.
  • Warrior Poet: Badass guy who loves chronicling the beauty of the world and criticizes his opponents' "lack of knowledge" mid-battle.
  • Variant Power Copying: His third skill, the "curse", is basically this, since it only copies the damage dealt to an affected enemy. The curse will be activated on Shoyō's next turn, at which point it becomes…
  • You Are Already Dead: One of his special skills which, when cast over an opponent, memorizes the damage dealt to them since the spell is cast. Said opponent then receives a share of the total memorized damage, which can add up to 5 figures, on Shoyō's next turn. If it is high enough, the enemy will immediately die as soon as Shoyō's turn arrives.
    Ubume 
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Voiced by: Toa Yukinari (JP), Li Shirong (CN, Kessen!), Courtenay Taylor (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: Charge, DPS (Kessen!)
A half-bird, half-human who seems to love her children and is more willing to protect them than anything in the world.
  • Action Mom: She seems to be a responsible mother who kicks ass.
  • Bird People
  • Bishōnen Line: She trades her bird head for humanoid facial features and hair when she is Awakened.
  • Friend to All Children: When we says she loves "her children", she sees all children in the world as hers, and will kidnap children from abusive or neglectful families to raise as her own. She even sees caring for all children as her sole reason for being.
  • The Ghost: We never know who her child(ren) is/are.
  • Herd-Hitting Attack: When her third skill is executed, beware. It deals huge damage to all enemies, which is the reason why she is one of the most frequently-used shikigami.
  • Knight Templar Parent: As mentioned, she kidnaps children from families who don't care for them properly.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Part of what makes her such a scary shikigami. She has high attack, speed and critical hit rate (3082, 113 and 10% respectively, all ranked S).
  • Parasol of Pain: Her weapon, and she is practically the best umbrella fighter in the game.
  • Spam Attack: She runs rapidly among the opposite team in the same vein as Inugami, but enemies take shitloads more damage. This makes her quite the popular shikigami among players.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Her name is read "Ubume" according to her in-game profile, but her voice actress reads it as "Kokakuchō".
  • Tohoku Regional Accent
    Umibōzu 
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Voiced by: Toshihiko Seki (JP), Cheng Yuzhu (CN, Kessen!), Rick D. Wasserman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank, Support (Kessen!)
Specialty: Survivability, Control (Kessen!)
A fearsome fish demon with the power of waves.
  • Cool Helmet: Though we honestly don't understand how the hell he got an obviously Roman helmet in the middle of Heian period Japan to wear in his Awakened form, it indeed looks very cool.
  • Fish People: Basically a fish with limbs.
  • Life Drain: When attacking an enemy, whoever has the lowest HP on his team receives a share of the enemy's lost HP for themselves.
  • Making a Splash: Can summon water vortices that damage individual foes or huge waves that attack the entire opposing team.
  • Magic Staff: His weapon.
  • Threatening Shark: Turns into a humanoid shark in his skin.
  • Warrior Monk: He is called the "sea monk" and dons monk-like robes.
    Yasha 
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Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi (JP), Qingbo de Jiaxiang (CN, Kessen!), Liam O'Brien (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Ninja (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Charge (Kessen!)
A sadistic and cruel oni who commits heinous acts against humans out of loneliness.
    Yōkinshi 
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Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki (JP), Wu Lei (CN, Kessen!), Robbie Daymond (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Carry (Kessen!)
A stoic and arrogant oni musician who excels at the guqin and isn't kind to anybody disturbing him when he's playing his music.
  • Artistic License – Music: You normally don't cradle the instrument in one hand and play it with the other, but it's justified since he's fighting. He plays it properly when sitting down. This is corrected in the MOBA game where he makes it levitate and play with both hands.
    • Apparently in his Awakened form he can still play his zither with wires wrapping around it.
  • Badass Longcoat: His haori.
  • Bishōnen: Until he's Awakened.
  • Creepy Monotone: Which gives him an eerie air to go with his cold personality. His voice grows somewhat even more creepy and more monotone in the MOBA game.
  • Dub Name Change: He's known as Maestro in the English localization for some reason.
  • Elegant Classical Musician: He is absolutely made of this trope.
  • Haughty "Hmph": Lets out this noise far too often.
  • He's Got Legs: The kimono he wears in his skin is open in a way that blatantly shows his legs when rotated to the right angle.
  • Hime Cut: Although he lacks the frontal bangs because of his horn, he has the personality to go with it.
  • Horned Humanoid: Has a single horn on his forehead.
  • Insufferable Genius: The haughty attitude he expresses in his in-game autobiography can make him look like this for a lot of people.
    Yōkinshi: Do you think you can understand my melodies at that level of knowledge?
  • Japanese Pronouns: Flips-flops between ware and watashi.
  • Jerkass: His constantly berating another person and calling them a pest in his autobiography should be enough.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Sports the Hime Cut for extra elegance and some Viewer Gender Confusion on the side.
  • Love Interest: May or may not be the object of Higanbana's affection.
  • Magic Music: Aside from its obviously dealing damage, it can also cause his enemies to mistake friends for foes.
  • Man in White: Has white hair and wears a white coat in his default skin, which further emphasizes his gracefulness.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Seems to be quickly heading towards this territory with a skin that shows off his legs (in the original game) and one that shows off his hips (in the MOBA game). Helps that he already is a Bishōnen to begin with.
  • Musical Assassin: All his skills involve his playing music.
  • Peacock Guy: His zither looks like a peacock feather and his clothes has peacock feather motifs. More so in his Awakened form where his hair is styled in a very… extravagant manner, like a peacock tail
  • Set a Mook to Kill a Mook: Once Awakened, his third skill can cause enemies to automatically attack one another.
  • The Stoic: According to his voice actor.
  • Stone Wall: High in HP and speed (12646 and 120 respectively, both ranked S), low in everything else (all ranked B).
  • White Hair, Black Heart: White-haired Jerkass, 'nuff said.
    Yōko 
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Voiced by: Nobunaga Shimazaki (JP), Liu Jie (CN, Kessen!), Crispin Freeman (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Marksman (Kessen!)
Specialty: Burst DPS, Harassment (Kessen!)
A masked Kitsune who seems like a cultured gentleman, but is really just a sick child-kidnapping pedophile.
  • Antiquated Linguistics: He seems fond of archaic expressions, such as referring to July as fumizuki instead of shichigatsu (unlike Yuki-onna who uses the normal kugatsu for September).
  • Combat Hand Fan: He shoots magic beams from it.
  • Cultured Badass: Or maybe that's what he wants us to believe.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: His second in-game autobiography strongly suggests that he is describing a sexual encounter.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He does a good enough job of pretending to be a nice and polite guy only to later reveal himself to be the one responsible for child kidnappings.
  • Handsome Lech: He's a pervert, but a good-looking one at that.
  • Japanese Pronouns: Shōsei, even though the guy really isn't as humble as the pronoun suggests.
  • Large Ham: The flowery vocabulary he uses and the gratuitous dramatic emphases in his voice can cause quite a headache.
  • Life Drain: Gains this skill once Awakened.
  • Lightning Bruiser: High in attack, speed and critical hit rate (3055, 115 and 10% respectively, all ranked S), while HP and defense isn't to be taken lightly (10368 and 419 respectively, both ranked B). And let's not forget his Life Drain ability.
  • Magic Missile Storm: He can fire at most 8 beams in succession from his fan.
  • Malevolent Masked Men: He even lampshades this himself.
    Yōko: A masked man can't be trusted, can he?
  • Ship Tease: His missiles become heart-shaped when shot at the kyonshī sister. Make of that what you will.
  • White Hair, Black Heart
  • Wicked Cultured: He is an educated young man and a twisted pedophile not unlike Humbert Humbert.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Would prioritize hitting girls over anything, to be exact, in his Secret zone. He also gains bonus damage against female Shikigami to this end.
    Yuki-onna 
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Voiced by: Ayaka Suwa (JP), Hong Haitian (CN, Kessen!), Julie Nathanson (EN, Kessen!)
Musical actor: Kanon Nanaki (Heian Emaki)
Role: Mage (Kessen!)
Specialty: Harassment, Control (Kessen!)
Former shikigami of Seimei, but is currently serving Kuro Seimei alongside Ōtengu.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Becomes one in her skin.
  • Berserk Button: Do NOT interfere with Kuro Seimei's schemes. Basically, any one who defies him is guaranteed to receive her Tranquil Fury.
  • Bodyguard Babes: Along with Hakuro and Yoto-hime towards Seimei. A beautiful Ice Queen Yokai who once served under him.
    • Currently, she is now one of Kuro Seimei's Bodyguard Babes along with Sanbi-no-Kitsune).
  • Bodyguard Betrayal: She holds the distinct title of being the only Shikigami who betrayed Seimei (except, not really, since Dark Seimei is the same person as him just split in half). Had Seimei found her first, things could have been different.
  • Bodyguard Crush: Heavily implied towards Kuro Seimei, her own current Master.
  • The Corrupter: She tries to convince Dōjo to join the dark side. It doesn't work.
  • The Dragon: to Kuro Seimei along with Ōtengu.
  • Devoted to You: To Kuro Seimei. Very much like how Kagura is to Seimei.
  • Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: In Onigiri's Chapter in Heian Tales, she developed a bond with Seimei and his shikigami, and actually almost blurted the fact out that they're "family" until she cut herself off at the last sentence. It was Zashiki who did the honor of finishing it for her.
  • Emotionless Girl: Not only does she not display emotions, she also doesn't understand emotions at all.
    Yuki-onna: (in-game autobiography) Why do humans love melting feelings so much?
    • This is hilariously subverted in Onigiri's Chapter in Heian Tales where she is more of a Tsundere and leading to some awkward, funny moments.
  • Evil Is Deathly Cold: A villain with ice-related powers.
  • Flechette Storm: Her special skill allows her to summon a rain of sharp icicles that also has a chance of turning enemies into frozen blocks.
  • First Snow: Heralds her debut in the storyline. Don't be fooled though…
  • Foil: Becoming increasingly obvious to Kagura. Their respective devotion to Seimei and Kuro Seimei parallels one another and they're both willing to kill whoever tries to hurt them. However, Yuki Onna is a shikigami / yokai while Kagura is a human. Their color motifs seems to reflect this as well, Yuki Onna's is blue while Kagura's is red.
  • Hime Cut: Sports this style in her second skin.
  • An Ice Person: 'Cause she's Yuki-onna, duh.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Has a cold grace about her and offensive ice skills.
  • Pet the Dog: She still isn't the heroes' friend, but she helps them out a couple of times after Kuro Seimei's defeat.
  • Power Floats: Is always levitating.
  • Standard Status Effects: One of the only two able to Freeze enemies without the use of mitama, the other one being Yukidōji.
  • Starter Mon: A 3-star Yuki-onna is a guaranteed summon when new players are being introduced to the Summoning feature.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: A rather funny one in Onigiri's Chapter in Heian tales. When she was saved by Seimei, she was mumbling out Kuro Seimei's name until she woke up. Kohaku called her out on this one and she denied it saying that she only did it because Seimei's figure looked exactly like Kuro Seimei. She later admits that Kuro Seimei was the only thing on her mind before she came to her senses.
  • Ship Tease: To Kuro Seimei. Mostly due to his extreme loyalty towards him. It's becoming increasingly clear that her devotion goes beyond mere fanaticism. She's a former shikigami of Seimei but to her, Kuro Seimei is Seimei (which is half-true, really). And in Onikiri's Chapter in Heian Tales, she even admits that Kuro Seimei is the only thing she was thinking about even though she hasn't seen him in a long time. Which is not suspicious at all, actually.
  • White Hair, Black Heart
  • Yuki-onna: A villainous example with the traditional levitation abilities and ice powers.
  • Tsundere: In Onikiri's Chapter in Heian Tales, she's basically this. As her journey with Seimei goes on, she began to develop a bond with him and his other shikigamis, not that she would admit that.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Kuro Seimei. Again, very much like how Kagura is to Seimei.
    Yumekui 
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Voiced by: Shūichi Nishitani (JP), Guo Haoran (CN, Kessen!), Spike Spencer (EN, Kessen!)
Role: Tank (Kessen!)
Specialty: Survivability, DPS (Kessen!)
A resident of Dream Land who eats nightmares, but has been corrupted by its insatiable hunger and nearly destroys the dream world looking for more nightmares to eat.
  • Big Eater: How it becomes a hungry dream-destroying monster in the first place.
  • Catchphrase: It says pupupu any time it casts its basic attack, which becomes annoying real fast.
  • Dream Stealer: Eats bad dreams.
  • Dream People: Happens to be good friends with Kochō-no-sei.
  • Face–Monster Turn: Originally a good guy who rids the dream world of nightmares, but its hunger turns it into a ravaging creature that spawns all over the place and turns the dream world to ruins just to find more nightmares to feed on. It gets better in the end though.
  • Forced Sleep: Its second active skill doesn't deal any damage, but can put any member of the opposite team to sleep. It does not work when the enemy team is protected by Seimei's Deflector Shield.
    • Its basic missile attack also has a chance of putting a foe to sleep.
  • Killer Rabbit: Looks cute and all, but watch out.
  • Self-Duplication: Multiplies in number as it devours more nightmares; however, once the original is defeated, so are the clones.
  • Strange-Syntax Speaker: In the Japanese version, all of its speech in its monstrous form is rendered as kanji and katakana text.
  • Talking Animal: The only non-humanoid SR not to receive a humanoid form.
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