"Even though it is but a provisional form, I'm quite strong you know?"
Stats[edit | edit source]
Skill[edit | edit source]
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
|For X seconds, HP, attack,|
and defense increase by 2.0x.
Skill Awakening[edit | edit source]
|Inari||Normal||Youko Awakening||For 30 seconds, HP, attack, and defense increase by 2.0x.||22||11|
|Awakened||Spirit Katana Kogitsunemaru||For 25 seconds, HP, attack, and defense increase by 2.5x. Attacks ignore defense. Upon expiry, unit is paralyzed.||22||11|
Ability[edit | edit source]
|Chance to evade physical attacks increases by 25%.||
Class Attributes[edit | edit source]
|Class Name (edit info)||Traits/Effects||Notes|
||Chance to avoid enemy attacks.
Can attack all blocked enemies.
Every attack restores 2% of maximum HP.
Affection[edit | edit source]
Quotes - highlight the pink lines to see them.[edit | edit source]
Scenes[edit | edit source]
|30%||No panties and breasts exposed, Spreading pussy, Fingering|
|Quest||Partially nude, Reverse cowgirl,|
Awakening Materials[edit | edit source]
|Required units (edit info)||
|Platinum||200,000G||2 x Master Monk orb & 2 x Samurai Master orb|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
A Youko is a type of youkai with the characteristics of a fox.
In the legend, Inari (Inari Ōkami is the Japanese kami of foxes, of fertility, rice, tea, sake, etc.) and their fox spirits help the blacksmith Munechika forge the blade Kogitsune-maru (Little Fox) in the late 10th century. This legend is the subject of the noh drama 'Sanjo Kokaji'.
The Kitsune no Yomeiri (狐の嫁入り, "the fox's wedding"), which is similar to "monkey's wedding" in English, is a strange event told about in Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu.
The "kitsune no yomeiri" can refer to several things: atmospheric ghost lights, a phenomenon during which it appears as if paper lanterns from a wedding procession are floating through the dark; what is commonly referred to as a sunshower; and various strange wedding processions that can be seen in classical Japanese kaidan, essays, and legends. The "kitsune no yomeiri" is always closely related to foxes, or kitsune (who often play tricks on humans in Japanese legend) and various Shinto rituals and festive rights relating to the "kitsune no yomeiri" have been developed in various parts of Japan.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Versions||Base · AW · Screenshots|