Native God "Long-Arm and Long-Leg"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 異形の神様、移動型ストレスタイプ

Notes: Strange-looking gods, Movement-style Stress Type

異形度 ★★★★★★

Strange-Looking Level: ★★★★★★


A spell card that blocks your escape route with the power of long-limbed, youkai-like gods.


Native gods are basically the country bumpkins' gods. I think the rural area's gods are so strange-looking because they're actually youkai pretending to be gods.


Divine Tool "Moreya's Iron Ring"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 大きいけど、思ったより薄い

Notes: Big, but lighter than I thought

参考度 ★★★★

Reference Level: ★★★★


A spell card that throws super-huge iron rings.


It's a simple, bold attack, and I like it. Even though they're too big and I get a little impatient.


But when I tried investigating just what those iron rings were, I got back answers like "they're hula-hoops." Native gods are awesome.


Spring Sign "Jade of the Horrid River"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 山の上の神社ですいすい泳げるぜ

Notes: You can swim smoothly at the shrine on top of the mountain.

参考度 ★★★★★

Reference Level: ★★★★★


It seems that there's a place called Itoigawa[1] in the outside world where jade gathers. And it seems to have a shady history, too...


This spell card seems to be an image of that river's current, but the danmaku doesn't flow like the river. I think it's strange, how I get pulled along and fight against the current.


Jade isn't very hard, but it has the property of being very hard to break. Even if it hits the ground, it won't be broken. I actually like jade.


Frog Hunting "Frog Is Eaten by Snake due to the Croak"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 山の上の神社で、演劇タイプ

Notes: At the shrine on top of the mountain, Theatrical Type

鳴き声の音量 ★★★★★★★

Croaking Volume: ★★★★★★★


The counterattack spell card of the frog that was eaten by the snake. A big group of noisy frogs.


In this spell card, when the frog raises a disturbance, it sets off a chain reaction, and nearby frogs attack. For that reason, you have to stay far away from the frog before it begins the disturbance.


Amusingly, when you try to dodge, you end up jumping into Suwako's chest. This is the counterattack of a frog eaten by a snake, and it feels like a frog gulping down a human, huh?

「諏訪大戦 ~ 土着神話 vs 中央神話」

"Suwa War - Native Myth vs Central Myth"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 まて私は民間人だ。演劇タイプ

Notes: Wait, I'm A Civilian, Theatrical Type

巻き込まれ度 ★★★★★★★

Dragged-Into-It Level: ★★★★★★★


A spell card that throws you into a war you have no memory of entering. Extremely bothersome.


A war that you have no connection to whatsoever unfolds. You can't win if you don't keep dodging the stray bullets. Rather, this is a spell card where you just keep running away.


What sort of battlefield is this, where weeds keep springing up, only to get cut down by iron blades? It represents a gardener's nightmare... doesn't it?


Scourge Sign "Mishaguji-sama"

使用者 洩矢諏訪子

User: Suwako Moriya

備考 山の上の神社で

Notes: At the shrine on top of the mountain

参考度 ★★

Reference Level: ★★


Native god-like. Basically, in my opinion, it's a youkai.


It seems that this native god mainly rules over the crops. This danmaku gives you an image of crops rustling in the breeze.


Unlimited simplicity and beauty. It's not particularly strong, but when you underestimate this god, it seems to completely change. The soil turns barren and crops wither in the blink of an eye. When that happens, this spell card attacks even more harshly.


I may as well make it angry and try to see a new spell card. It'd be troublesome if the crops withered.


^  It is unclear what Marisa intends, but she might take two points into consideration: Itoigawa Region is famous for Jadeite, which is yielded only in volcanic area. And a great active fault starts from Itoigawa, which generates many earthquakes. Those have been the big problem there. Adding this, it is unknown what the name "Itoigawa" is derived from, because there are several hypothesis. Marisa's interpretation is one of them.

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