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Touhou Hisoutensoku(Unperceiving of Natural Law) ~ Choudokyuu Ginyoru no Nazo o Oe(Chase the Enigma of the Gargantuan Guignol) (東方非想天則 ~ 超弩級ギニョルの謎を追え) is a standalone expansion pack to the fighting spinoff Scarlet Weather Rhapsody with five new characters, first released by Twilight Frontier at Comiket 76. Combining this expansion with an installation of Scarlet Weather Rhapsody allows for the use of additional Touhou characters within the new expansion.

Like its predecessors, Immaterial and Missing Power and Scarlet Weather Rhapsody, Touhou Hisoutensoku is a collaboration between ZUN and Twilight Frontier. Twilight Frontier is well-known for games such as Eternal Fighter Zero, Immaterial and Missing Power and Scarlet Weather Rhapsody.


Main article: Gameplay (includes a more detailed description of the game)

Touhou Hisoutensoku retains the same mechanics of spell cards, spirit orbs, and weather as Scarlet Weather Rhapsody, but also introduces new playable Touhou characters, spell cards, and weather-types. Many existing spell cards, weather-types and graphics from Scarlet Weather Rhapsody have been altered and in addition to the new characters, existing characters all have new spell card moves. Additionally, each playable character now has a system card (e.g. healing, weather change, bombs, etc.) associated with her that's usable by any character once unlocked.


Main article: Story (includes the translated script)

A mysterious giant is seen wandering around Gensokyo. It can suddenly appear and can just as suddenly vanish seemingly without a trace. Everyone who sees it becomes curious and wonders about the truth behind this strange sight. Sanae Kochiya, Cirno, and Hong Meiling each have their own fears and dreams about the giant, and each sets out in pursuit of this roaming behemoth.

Exploring the Forest of Magic, the Scarlet Devil Mansion, and other locations in Gensokyo, the heroines face many challenges and obstacles in their pursuit of a mystery that's far deeper than it first appears.

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  • Touhou Hisoutensoku: Version 1.10 Update (Note: When you browse for your game folder during installation, it will add a "/th123" string to your selected folder address and change the installation location. To properly install, either type in your folder address manually, or delete the "\th123" string from the folder address after selecting your game folder. Not only this, but it is recommended to install somewhere where you have full write permissions in Windows 7)
  • Touhou Hisoutensoku: Official Site