- Autumn Thanksgiving Pack 1 (2020)
Stats[edit | edit source]
| Canary-Colored Crossroads
None Can Intercept
Skill[edit | edit source]
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
|Kamaitachi tokens gain Xx increased attack and Yx increased range. Automatic activation + infinite duration.|
Skill Awakening[edit | edit source]
|Canaria Sisters||Normal||Canary-Colored Crossroads Killing Whirlwind||Kamaitachi tokens gain 1.5x increased attack and 1.3x increased range. Automatic activation + infinite duration.||60||30|
|Awakened||None Can Intercept the Wind||For 30 seconds, self and kamaitachi tokens gain 1.5x increased attack and range.||35||17.5|
Ability[edit | edit source]
|Three Whirlwind Sisters
|Gains 25% increased ATK per Kamaitachi token deployed. Stacks up to 2x.||
Class Attributes[edit | edit source]
|Class Name (edit info)||Traits/Effects||Notes|
||Cannot block enemies, and has ranged attacks.
Can employ 2 types of tokens: a healer and an attacker. Only 1 of each token may be deployed simultaneously.
Affection[edit | edit source]
Quotes - highlight the pink lines to see them.[edit | edit source]
Scenes[edit | edit source]
|30%||Blowjob, all sisters included, partialy nude|
|100%||Mostly nude, doggy style, sisters on both sides|
Awakening Materials[edit | edit source]
|Required units (edit info)||
|Platinum||200,000G||2 x Ninja Master orb & 2 x Master Monk orb|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
From left to right, the three sisters are named Hayase (ハヤセ), Kokohime (ココヒメ), and Kishima (キシマ)
The names of the sisters are probably based on 3 goddesses: Tagorihime (田心姫神), Tagitsuhime (湍津姫神), and Ichikishimahime (市杵島姫神). If their names are written with Kanji, they would be 心姫 (Kokohime), 湍 (Hayase), and 杵島 (Kishima).
Tagorihime, Tagitsuhime, and Ichikishimahime are three female kami produced as a result of the trial by pledge (ukei) between Amaterasu and Susanoo. The three became known as the "three goddesses of Munakata" as a result of their enshrinement and worship at the shrine Munakata Taisha by the Munakata clan, and are thus believed to have been sea deities or tutelaries of travel on the Genkai Sea.
Tsujigiri (辻斬り, Crossroads Killing), refers to someone (typically a samurai) killing an innocent passerby in order to test a new sword.
Kamaitachi (鎌鼬) is a Japanese yōkai often told about in the Kōshin'etsu region and can also refer to the strange events that this creature causes. They appear riding on dust devils and they cut people using the nails on both their hands that are like sickles. One would receive a sharp, painless wound. In Hida, in the Niu River basin, they are said in legends to be a company of 3 evil gods and the first god would knock down the person, the next god would cut with a blade and the third god would put some medicine on it which is why there is no bleeding or pain.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Versions||Base · AW · A Ver. · Token|