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Fuda (札) are paper talismans the player can collect in Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 2. There are two main types of talismans: battle types or equipment types.

BattleEdit

These talismans can be earned by successfully completing mini-game sequences found throughout the capital. The protagonist can use these in battle.

Image Name Maximum Limit Description
Haruka2-battlefuda-01 Shou-kaifuku
小回復
15 Restores small amount of a character's health
Haruka2-battlefuda-02 Chuu-kaifuku
中回復
15 Restores medium amount of a character's health
Haruka2-battlefuda-03 Dai-kaifuku
大回復
10 Fully restores a character's health
Haruka2-battlefuda-04 Nademo
無物
15 Purifies status ailments for a single character
Haruka2-battlefuda-05 Ouen Kakusei
応援覚醒
15 changes Cheers and unlocks more options (five max)
Haruka2-battlefuda-06 Zentai Shou-kaifuku
全体小回復
15 Restores small amount of health for entire party
Haruka2-battlefuda-07 Zentai Chuu-kaifuku
全体中回復
15 Restores medium amount of health for entire party
Haruka2-battlefuda-08 Zentai Dai-kaifuku
全体大回復
10 Fully restores health for entire party
Haruka2-battlefuda-09 Zentai Nademo
全体無物
15 Purifies status ailments for entire party
Haruka2-battlefuda-010 Fukkatsu
復活
10 Completely revives a fallen character to maximum health

EquipmentEdit

These talismans are gained by sealing vengeful spirits in battle. The Seal (封印, fuuin) option is available in the battle menu during the first boss fight in the Intermission chapter.

In order to perform a sealing, the main party must first weaken the spirit's health. Once it is weakened enough (at least within red digits), the player can then seal it using the necessary Five Elements. If the sealing is successful, the player earns a talisman endowed with the spirit's power. Characters can equip these talismans to strengthen themselves.

The protagonist's birthday decides which talismans she can or cannot use. Her innate element is the determining factor. If she has a Water Element, for instance, she can equip the same talismans as Motomi.

A talisman's primary background color represents its primary element: Wood (blue, blue-ish teal), Fire (red, red-orange), Earth (yellow, brown), Metal (green), Water (violet). These talismans share the regular relationships found within the Five Elements.

KyouEdit

Image Name Location Sealing cost Properties Characters who can use
Haruka2fuda-tsuchigumo Tsuchigumo
土蜘蛛
Hinomiko-sha
火之御子社
3 Earth
1 Metal
5 Water
Atk +5; increased miasma tolerance Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-kame Kame
Funaoka-yama
船岡山
3 Wood
2 Metal
1 Water
Def +5, Mag -5; halves water damage Akifumi
Yukitaka
Hisui
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-tengu Tengu
天狗
Kitayama
北山
2 Wood
5 Fire
1 Earth
3 Water
Atk +10, Def +10; halves wood damage Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-ushioni Ushi-oni
牛鬼
Kamigamo-jinja
上賀茂神社
3 Wood
1 Fire
5 Earth
Def +12 Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-nezumi Nezumi
ねずみ
Ootoyo-jinja
大豊神社
2 Fire
1 Earth
3 Metal
Atk -15, Def +5; lets character attack twice per turn Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-ekishin Ekishin
疫神
Gion-sha
祇園社
2 Wood
1 Fire
3 Earth
4 Water
Atk -25, Def -5; lets character attack thrice per turn Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-kazura Kazura
かずら
Kagura-oka
神楽岡
4 Wood
1 Fire
1 Earth
3 Metal
Atk +7; increased paralysis tolerance Akifumi
Yukitaka
Hisui
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-biwanosei Biwa no Sei
琵琶精
Ousakayama
逢坂山
3 Wood
2 Fire
5 Earth
1 Metal
1 Water
Mag +10; restores a portion of lost health per turn Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-shoujou Shoujou
猩猩
Izudono
泉殿
1 Wood
1 Fire
1 Earth
3 Metal
1 Water
Atk +5, Def +2; halves wood damage Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-kasha Kasha
火車
Arashiyama
嵐山
3 Wood
1 Fire
4 Earth
5 Water
Atk +10, Def +5, Mag +5; halves damage from group attacks Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-hashihime Hashihime
橋姫
Uji-bashi
宇治橋
2 Wood
2 Fire
5 Earth
1 Water
Def +7, Mag +10; increased silence tolerance Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-fugurumayouhi Fuguruma-youhi
文車妖妃
Zuishin-in
随心院
2 Wood
1 Fire
3 Earth
3 Metal
5 Water
Mag +7; increased paralysis tolerance Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-kitsune Kitsune
きつね
Fushimi Inari
伏見稲荷
5 Wood
1 Fire
3 Metal
2 Water
Mag +7 Akifumi
Yukitaka
Hisui
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-itachi Itachi
いたち
Ishihara no Ri
石原の里
1 Wood
3 Fire
1 Earth
2 Water
Atk +2; easier to evade enemy attacks Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-kappa Kappa
河童
Toba-rikyuu
鳥羽離宮
2 Wood
4 Earth
1 Metal
1 Water
Atk +5; halves fire damage Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-mamedamuki Mame-damuki
豆狸
Matsunoo Taisha
松尾大社
3 Fire
1 Earth
5 Metal
Def +5, Mag + 5; increased confusion tolerance Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-itsukihimenorei Itsukihime no Rei
斎姫の霊
Nonomiya
野宮
1 Wood
3 Earth
2 Metal
5 Water
Atk +5, Mag +10 Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-tetsugaki Tetsugaki
鉄牙鬼
Jingo-ji
神護寺
2 Wood
5 Fire
1 Earth
1 Metal
3 Water
Def +15; completely immune to weak attacks Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-chigatana Chigatana
血刀
Hosshou-ji
法勝寺
1 Wood
4 Fire
2 Water
Atk +10; increased confusion tolerance Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-chou Chou
Kaiko no Yashiro
蚕ノ社
3 Wood
1 Fire
5 Earth
Atk +7, Mag +7 Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-inugami Inugami
犬神
Ichijomodori-bashi
一条戻り橋
1 Fire
2 Metal
Atk +5, Mag -3; increased poison tolerance Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-kooni Kooni
小鬼
Rajoumon-ato
羅城門跡
2 Wood
1 Metal
Atk +5, Def +5, Mag +5 Akifumi
Yukitaka
Hisui
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-orochi Orochi
おろち
En no Matsubara
宴の松原
3 Wood
2 Earth
1 Water
Atk +2; increased mute tolerance Akifumi
Yukitaka
Hisui
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-kawahori Kawahori
かわほり
Zushoryou
図書寮
2 Fire
1 Earth
1 Water
Mag +7 Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-baku Baku
ばく
Dairi
内裏
1 Wood
3 Metal
Def +10; increased curse tolerance Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato

Four Gods and Divine AidesEdit

Deities can offer their assistance in battle once the main party has proven themselves worthy of their trust. This can be done by successfully completing every investigation event within each chapter. A guardian can equip a god talisman to summon the sacred beast into battle. The yellow border around the Four God talismans indicates that they have been endowed with their divine aide's blessing.

Guardians require a high trust in one another to summon the divine aide. The incantation is a simultaneous group attack which uses a high amount of Will to initiate. It is very useful to have for boss battles since it can be used to weaken a boss into critical health for an easier sealing.

If the player is seeking to fulfill the requirements for Akram's ending, they will need to gain every deities' trust.

Image Name Properties Characters who can use
Haruka2fuda-seiryu Seiryu
青龍
Atk +20, Def +10, Mag +10; gain summon incantation for Seiryu in battle Yoritada and Katsuzane only
Haruka2fuda-suzaku Suzaku
朱雀
Atk +10, Def +20, Mag +10; gain summon incantation for Suzaku in battle Isato and Akifumi only
Haruka2fuda-byakko Byakko
白虎
Atk +10, Def +20, Mag +10; gain summon incantation for Byakko in battle Yukitaka and Hisui only
Haruka2fuda-genbu Genbu
玄武
Atk +10, Def +10, Mag +20; gain summon incantation for Genbu in battle Motomi and Yasutsugu only
Haruka2fuda-kouzanzemyouoh Kōzanze Myō-Oh
降三世明王
used for group spell only; Yoritada and Katsuzane must be in party
Haruka2fuda-gundarimyouoh Gundari Myō-Oh
軍茶利明王
used for group spell only; Isato and Akifumi must be in party
Haruka2fuda-daiitokumyouoh Dai'itoku Myō-Oh
大威徳明王
used for group spell only; Yukitaka and Hisui must be in party
Haruka2fuda-kongouyashamyouoh Kongōyasha Myō-Oh
金剛夜叉明王
used for group spell only; Motomi and Yasutsugu must be in party

Mandatory BossesEdit

These spirits appear as unavoidable opponents during the main story events. If the player is seeking to fulfill the requirements for Akram's ending, they will need to seal all of these spirits.

Image Name Sealing cost Properties Characters who can use
Haruka2fuda-sarugami Sarugami
猿神
2 Wood
4 Fire
1 Metal
1 Water
Atk +5, Def +5, Mag +5 Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-shishidama Shishidama
猪霊
1 Wood
1 Fire
2 Earth
1 Water
Atk +5, Def +5, Mag +5 Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-ushitoranogoryou Ushitora-Nogoryou
丑寅御霊
3 Wood
5 Fire
5 Earth
5 Metal
3 Water
Atk +15, Def +15, Mag +15 Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-hitsujisarunogoryou Hitsujisaru-Nogoryou
未申御霊
5 Wood
5 Fire
3 Earth
3 Metal
5 Water
Atk +15, Def +15, Mag +15 Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-meigyo Meigyo
冥魚
4 Wood
4 Fire
5 Earth
2 Metal
2 Water
Atk +10, Def +10, Mag +10 Yoritada
Katsuzane
Motomi
Haruka2fuda-ranryuu Ranryuu
嵐龍
2 Wood
4 Fire
4 Earth
5 Metal
2 Water
Atk +5, Def +15, Mag +5; increased likelihood of critical hits Yoritada
Katsuzane
Isato
Haruka2fuda-kechou Kechou
化鳥
4 Wood
2 Fire
2 Earth
4 Metal
5 Water
Atk +5, Def +5, Mag +15; increased possession tolerance Isato
Akifumi
Yasutsugu
Haruka2fuda-jintouba Jintouba
人頭馬
4 Wood
5 Fire
2 Earth
2 Metal
4 Water
Atk +15, Def +5, Mag +5; increased miasma tolerance Yukitaka
Hisui
Motomi

The last boss, the Night Parade of One Hundred Demons (百鬼夜行, Hyakku Yagyou), can be sealed but it cannot be equipped by characters. The player will need 5 of every element to seal it.

Mythological InformationEdit

KyouEdit

  • Tsuchigumo - spider-like creature which would dwell in mountainous regions to prey on unsuspecting travelers. Famous for being one of the many supernatural beings which hunted Minamoto no Raikō after he killed Shuten-dōji. Disguised as a beautiful woman, it approached the warrior with hopes to entangle him in its web. Suspicious of her behavior, he cut her with his sword and she "bled" white blood. The tsuchigumo revealed its true form and was eventually killed by him after a vicious battle. Upon its death, its corpse spat out its 1,990 deceased victims. Tsuchigumo is also used as a common term for the Tsukuyomi Clan in Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 4's continuity.
  • Kame - "turtle" in English. Often tied to the tortoises as a sign of longevity in mythology.
  • Tengu - famous mythological creature in Japan with origins from China. Often known to be winged beasts who can carry a feather fan to conjure the winds. During the Heian period, they were primarily known as troublesome beings who would deter people from following Buddhism's teachings. Within the Harukanaru Toki no Naka de comic, anime and theatrical productions a character named Kotengu acts as a mascot character.
  • Ushi-oni - also known as "gyūki". Feared oxen demon in Western Japan which exhales poisonous gases and thrives by eating humans. Either said to have an oxen face and demon body, a demon face and oxen body, or an oxen face on a spider-like body. One legend of the mythical beast states that one of Minamoto no Mitsunaka's daughters was born as an oxen demon and was ordered to be killed. Instead she was secretly raised in the mountains and was named Ushi Gozen. When Mitsunaka learned of her survival, he ordered his son Raiko to exterminate her. He eventually confronted and killed her when she transformed into her gigantic true form at Sumidagawa.
  • Nezumi - "rats" in English. Like China, these beasts are often regarded as rodents of fortune. Yamato Takeru learned how to escape from a fire by watching rats run underground to their hideaways. Regarded as talking mascot characters in early Harukanaru Toki no Naka de drama CDs.
  • Ekishin - popularly known as an evil god of illness. Often took the shape of an elderly man and haunted a person's house and infecting its inhabitants with its fetid breath. Tied to the ancient belief that unworldly powers were the cause for diseases and not living bacteria. Fabled to be weak to red bean rice porridge, as putting a bowl of it outside stopped the god's entry.
  • Kazura - archaic name for a vine.
  • Biwa no Sei - literally translated as "biwa spirit".
  • Shoujou - Chinese mythological beast which was incorporated into Japanese mythology. Red-faced humanoid being who can speak to humans for its love of liquor. Identified as an orangutan or primate spirit in later generations. Often depicted as a friendly spirit who can ward diseases from children.
  • Kasha - also known as "hi no kuruma", it is a living carriage that is often described as a burning transportation unit for those being sent to hell. It can either take still living maidens or dying people. The carriage may be pulled by two muscular men or may control itself as it takes its passengers to a world of suffering. Thought to be the basis for the similarly named cat spirit, Kasha. This spirit feeds on corpses found within cemeteries or graves or the life force of people within its trail. Living encounters with either spirit often kills survivors within days.
  • Hashihime - woman spirit who is either depicted as a demonic entity, a guardian deity for bridges or water, or a ghost. Since she can be found at Uji Bridge, she is likely the beautiful maiden which stars in an admiring poem in the Kokin Wakashū. In other myths as a demon, she is argued to haunt Ichijo Bridge and later had her arm sliced off by Minamoto no Tameyoshi.
  • Fuguruma-youhi - spirit born from an archaic box cart used to carry people to and from the imperial palace. Described to have manifested from a broken cart. Its grudge was "dragged" out by small demons to reveal the face of a woman in anguish.
  • Kitsune - translated as "fox" in English. Fox spirits are known throughout East Asia as mystical animals of trickery whom beguile humans with their transformations and charms. China often depicts these spirits as females, but Japanese myths emphasize that they can appear in any form they desire. While they are often known to be malevolent or distrustful, not all fox spirits fall into the common perceptions. White or heavenly foxes are viewed as holy guardian beasts or deities.
  • Itachi - translated as "weasel" in English. Weasels were often fabled to have mythological importance in Japan, often as bringers of bad luck. Hearing its cries could signal an inauspicious omen for those within earshot. They are also known for their impeccable speed. When objects appeared to move quicker than a human eye could track, a weasel spirit was said to have moved it.
  • Kappa - famous mythological water creature which dwells in rivers and various bodies of water. Capable of naughty behavior by drowning children and animals but not considered an evil spirit. May challenge their victims to a wrestling match to reward victor with the mystical ball inside their bodies, which is used as a trading item for dragon kings. Likes to eat cucumbers, fruit, and fish and dislikes iron, deer horns, and monkeys.
  • Mame-damuki - intelligent raccoon dog spirit with an enormous scrotum. It could fold its scrotum around itself to disguise into whatever form it desired to the human eye. Often tied to various tales of irritating nuisances for people, although not inherently called an evil spirit.
  • Itsukihime no Rei - Itsukihime may have refer to any number of women who lived and died within Itsukinomiya. These maidens were unmarried relatives of the Emperor who were sent to the temple to serve as a priestess and representative of the imperial family. Many were forbidden from leaving their sheltered life for the gods and some of these maidens died young, which may have earned scorn in the afterlife. The concept of their possible grudge is the basis for the Itsukihime Ibun novel series.
  • Chigatana - literally translates to a bloodied sword. The spirit is likely a manifestation of warriors who "tainted" the sword's purity with their inane blood lust.
  • Chou - "butterfly" in English.
  • Inugami - dog spirit from a deceased canine. During the Heian period, these dog spirits were thought to have poisoned people with its spiritual energies or possessions. They could enter their ears and cause the possessed to bow over in pain as their entire body ached. Oxen and other farm life were also thought to have fallen victim to the curse. To counter the threat, a dog was buried to its neck and was starved to death. The dog's death either drove away the possession with disciplinary obedience or caused another grudge.
  • Kooni - a nondescript small demon.
  • Orochi - a large mythical serpent with a voracious fondness for liquor. Yamata no Orochi is thought to be a special type of this serpent.
  • Kawahori - Heian period spelling for "bat".
  • Baku - common Japanese name for a tapir. Also known as a name for a mythological beast in East Asian cultures. Chinese mythology depicts it as a beast which "devours" malevolent energies to prevent hatred and ailments; people offered sacrifices to it. It has been somewhat misinterpreted in Japan as a beast which eats nightmares. Whatever dream it eats, it will never happen again. Various fictional interpretations of the beast diverge from the myths to depict it as a negative entity. It instead greedily eats good dreams to sate its appetite and leaves nightmares in its wake.

Mandatory BossesEdit

  • Sarugami - mythical monkey spirit in Japan. Thought to be derived from the monkey form of Gautama Buddha or an ancient Indian king who allegedly was worshiped as a sun god at Hiyoshi Grand Shrine. Within mythology it's instead known as a giant monkey who once demanded human female sacrifices for him and his clan. Konjaku Monogatari tells a tale of a hunter who beat the monkey into submission until he fled from the mountain. Otogi Zoushi depicts that it was tricked by a crafty nobleman's plot and was killed by an angered canine.
  • Ushitora-Nogoryou and Hitsujisaru-Nogoryou - spirits named after the north and south sections of the capital respectively. Ties to Buddhism.
  • Jintouba - a centaur. The spelling for the spirit is Chinese in origin, a likely contributing factor for its Chinese armor.


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