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Chimata Tenkyuu

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Fes
God of the Unowned

Stats

Health
5500
Agility
1050
Yang ATK
1875
Yang DEF
830
Yin ATK
1325
Yin DEF
720

Races

Element Type Chart

Hakkou
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Hakkou (a Touhou LW original) refers to various atmospheric optical phenomena, including fog bows, halos, and moon rainbows. This is an apt temperament for Chimata since she is a god who holds markets on special days. This god who dwells in the upper reaches of Youkai Mountain seems to have a strong connection to the three celestial Essences. Chimata is endowed with Moon Essence, the temperament for special weather, and Sun Essence, as the god who governs the laws of the marketplace.

The cooperative and indecisive Moon Essence resists the alluring and arrogant Sun Essence, but it is weak to the diverse and uncooperative Star Essence.

The alluring and arrogant Sun Essence resists the diverse and uncooperative Star Essence, but it is weak to the cooperative and indecisive Moon Essence.

The combination of Moon Essence and Sun Essence cancels out any resistance or weakness to Star Essence.
sun_weak
Sun
moon_strong
Moon
fire_neutral
Fire
water_neutral
Water
wood_neutral
Wood
metal_neutral
Metal
earth_neutral
Earth
star_neutral
Star

Character Shots

Chimata Tenkyuu's Spread Shot (a Touhou LW original). This attack makes her targets relinquish ownership. Apparently, it also stops them from holding Black Markets. Albeit unusual, Chimata's ability seems to be incredibly powerful. How many people enjoy battles of bullets without utilizing the intricacies of ownership? You wouldn't want to make this god mad.
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Blank Card S/N000
x11 Yang
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Blank Card S/N001
x2 Yang 1
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Blank Card S/N002
x2 Yin 2
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Blank Card S/N003
x2 Yin 2
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Blank Card S/N004
x1 Yang 3
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Blank Card S/N005
x1 Yang 3
Chimata Tenkyuu's Focus Shot (a Touhou LW original). This attack lets her targets thoroughly enjoy marketplace commerce. Chimata states that with this certificate, you can have fun buying and selling at the current market and also enjoy participating in any future markets. The certificate features a picture of Chimata. No matter how civilization evolves... there will always be markets authorized by the god of marketplaces.
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N000
x9 Yang
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N001
x2 Yang 1
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N002
x2 Yang 2
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N003
x2 Yin 2
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N004
x1 Yin 2
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Free Market Participation Certificate S/N005
x1 Yang 3

Character Spell Cards

Available
Available
Limit Break 1
Limit Break 2
Limit Break 3
Chimata Tenkyuu's Spell Card. She opens a market for business. Markets work on the principle that when something is lost, something else is gained. The god of markets is the true ruler of ''nothing.'' Everything involved with a market temporarily comes under the domain of the god of markets, regardless of whether the god is directly involved with that specific market or not. This includes the market itself, the goods for sale, the merchants, and even the customers.
*Pre- and Post- effects assume max level. Effects per level can be viewed here.
Pre-Attack Spell Card Effects
Party's Yang ATK 2 level(s) UP (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' Yang ATK 2 level(s) DOWN (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Post-Attack Spell Card Effects
Party's Spirit Power 0 UP. [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Solo
All Offerings to the Ownerless
x19 Yang
Solo
Goods Offering to the Ownerless
x4 Yang 1
Solo
Store Offering to the Ownerless
x3 Yang 1
Solo
Merchant Offering to the Ownerless
x2 Yang 1
Solo
Customer Offering to the Ownerless
x1 Yang 2
Solo
Market Offering to the Ownerless
x1 Yang 3
Chimata Tenkyuu's Spell Card. She deploys a rainbow ring of people in this attack... but what exactly is a rainbow ring of people? This attack can apparently be dodged by skilfully circling around it, but you have to be careful not to get hit by the bullets appearing from out of nowhere that can catch you unawares.

The perception of how many colors there are in a rainbow changes depending on the country and the historical period. Rainbows are sometimes considered to have five main colors or six and, at other times, eight. There is even an example of it being two. In Japan, it is theorized that the general consensus of the rainbow having seven main colors was adopted during the early years of the Meiji era (1868-1912) due to the influence of America and Europe. And the first person to propose this number was a greatly renowned scientist. It is interesting how there can be such differences in perception even though the colors of the rainbow never change.
*Pre- and Post- effects assume max level. Effects per level can be viewed here.
Pre-Attack Spell Card Effects
Party's Yang DEF 3 level(s) UP (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' Yang DEF 2 level(s) DOWN (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Post-Attack Spell Card Effects
Party's Spirit Power 0 UP. [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
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Rainbow Circle of Light
x20 Yang
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Rainbow Circle
x4 Yin 1
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Average Rainbow Circle
x4 Yang 2
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Large Rainbow Circle
x4 Yin 3
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Massive Rainbow Circle
x4 Yang 3
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Colossal Rainbow Circle
x4 Yin 3
Chimata Tenkyuu's Last Word (a Touhou LW original). She closes a market in this attack. There have been many depictions of rainbows as living creatures since ancient times, the world over. Rainbows are probably considered beings that move mysteriously because they suddenly appear and disappear. It is perfectly reasonable to think that rainbows are a type of dragon with a serpentine body.

On the other hand, there are also interpretations of rainbows as precarious bridges between this world and another that only function temporarily under specific conditions. The far end of this rainbow boundary always leads to another world, and the rainbow only appears on special occasions.
*Pre- and Post- effects assume max level. Effects per level can be viewed here.
Pre-Attack Spell Card Effects
Own Yang ATK 2 level(s) UP (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Own Yang DEF 2 level(s) UP (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' Yang ATK 2 level(s) DOWN (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' Yang DEF 2 level(s) DOWN (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Post-Attack Spell Card Effects
None
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Bullet Market Beyond the Rainbow
x21 Yang
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Market Beyond the Rainbow
x5 Yang 1
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Average Market Beyond the Rainbow
x4 Yang 2
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Large Market Beyond the Rainbow
x4 Yang 2
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Massive Market Beyond the Rainbow
x3 Yang 2
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Colossal Market Beyond the Rainbow
x3 Yang 3

Character Ability

Capable of letting one relinquish ownership
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This is Chimata Tenkyuu's ability as the god of marketplaces. A marketplace is one of the most familiar other worlds, where ownership is temporarily erased, and goods can truly change hands.

Nowadays, people might be surprised to hear that there is such a thing as a god of marketplaces. However, the history of humanity is also the history of economics. The origin of marketplaces is exceptionally ancient, and Chimata herself might, in fact, be an exceptionally ancient god of some renown. If that is indeed the case, it would mean that marketplaces are roads, crossroads, bridges, and other worlds.

There are distinct boundaries that separate what is and what is not a marketplace. A place is not a market just because there are goods to sell. Neither is it a market just because there are customers. There must be a beginning and an end to business dealings. That is why special phenomena such as rainbows act as a signal to start these dealings.

At a market, business agreements are initiated and concluded then and there, ensuring that there will be no ill feelings or trouble down the line. The ownership of goods changes hands, and the origin of these goods will no longer be called into question. Ownership is fluid because merchants are a type of marebito (spiritual or divine visitors from other worlds), and the market and goods on sale are imbued with their marebito characteristics. It is also thanks to the god of marketplaces that modern-day people can separate their work life as a marebito and merchant from their private life. But do modern-day people still adhere to the proper communication customs while exchanging goods through a marketplace? On the surface, it seems that this is an age where people can easily communicate with anyone in the world... but that doesn't necessarily mean that communication takes place.
Nullifies the effects of Barrier Status: Burn, Poison, and Blind.
DMG to effective elements 25% UP.
When using Graze, own CRIT ATK 1 level UP (1 turn).

Character Skills

CD 4
Party's Yang ATK 2 level(s) UP (3 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' CRIT DEF 3 level(s) DOWN (2 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Info
The goods on sale at a market are all free from ownership. They become the property of whoever purchases them.
Skill Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Yang Attack Level Up
Value 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2
Rate 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 0
Add 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
Critical Defense Level Down
Value 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3
Rate 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 0
Add 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
CD 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
CD 7
Own Spirit Power 2 UP. [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Grants Charge to self. [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Info
People can buy and sell goods thanks to the god of markets. No one could live without commerce!
Skill Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Spirit Power Up
Value 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 2
Rate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Add 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grants Charge to Self
Value 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Rate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Add 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
CD 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7
CD 4
Party's Accuracy 3 level(s) UP (3 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
All targets' Accuracy 3 level(s) DOWN (3 turns). [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Adds 1 layer(s) to own Barrier. [Additional effect +0 with success rate 0%.]
Info
This god's intervention stabilizes the marketplace. Black Markets are unacceptable.
Skill Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Accuracy Level Up
Value 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3
Rate 0 10 20 30 50 50 60 70 80 0
Add 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
Accuracy Down
Value 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3
Rate 0 10 20 30 50 50 60 70 80 0
Add 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0
Adds Layer to Barrier
Value 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Rate 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Add 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
CD 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

Character Characteristics

Card Master
When attacked, DMG from Ofuda Bullet 50% DOWN. [Success rate 100%.]
Crossroads
After being attacked, own Yang ATK 1 level UP (3 turns). [Success rate 70%.]
Akigui God
When turn starts, adds 1 layer to own Barrier. [Success rate 50%.]

Character Change Effect

Attack Link
When switching places with a rear-guard unit, other unit's Yang ATK, Yin ATK, CRIT ATK & CRIT Accuracy UP (3 turns).
When switching places with a front-guard unit, inherits part of other unit's Yang ATK, Yin ATK, CRIT ATK & CRIT Accuracy buffs (3 turns).

Upgrade Costs

Rank Coins Materials
0 -> 1 1000
1 -> 2 2,000
2 -> 3 5,000
3 -> 4 10,000
4 -> 5 15,000

Character Analysis

Chimata Tenkyuu was released on October 12, 2022 in Prayer: Miner, Market & Money Festival.

Behold! The Market at the end of the lunar rainbow is now open for business! Chimata Tenkyuu is a marketplace goddess, presiding specifically over ‘special event’ marketplaces. Governing the rules involving the relinquishing of ownership between trader and customer, Chimata holds sway over all commerce conducting during these unique festivals, dealing swift retribution to any who seek to disrupt them. In Touhou LostWord, this passion manifests itself in a strong Attack Friend who brings forth a melody of colours to bear on her opponents.

While she may be designed an Attack class Friend, Chimata comes with a healthy assortment of support options that are all about give and take. Her third skill, God's Invisible Hand increases team Accuracy while simultaneously debuffing the enemy team’s Accuracy. Her first skill, Relinquish Ownership buffs team Yang ATK while debuffing the opposing team’s Crit DEF. This concept of (un)equal exchange extends to her Spell Cards, which buff all allies while debuffing the enemies’ Yang ATK (with her first Spell Card, An Offering to the Ownerless), Yang DEF (with her second Spell Card, Rainbow Ring of People), or both (with her Last Word, Vanishing Bifrost). Her first and second Spell Cards have the additional effect of boosting Team Spirit P by 0.5 after use, great for boosting resources for next turn.

Chimata is also capable of fuelling her own rampage, with her second skill, Market Presenter giving her a whopping 2 Spirit P and Charge, allowing others to buff her further in preparation for a big hit. She then has the option of targeting a single enemy with her first Spell Card, doing 3 Sun and 3 Moon worth of elemental damage on them, or share the pain with the enemy team with her second Spell Card which hits 1 of Moon, Water, Wood, Earth, Fire and Sun at full boost. Her Last Word hits the same elements in reverse, burning through her enemies with style. Her Ability helps to boost the efficacy of resisted Elements by 25%, giving her a small leg up against any enemies who happen to fall within that safe zone. Grazing will also increase her Crit ATK by 1 for each level, lending her more critical power against foes.

In terms of breaks, Chimata generally falls into one of two options (outside her less reliable rainbow assortment). Chimata can inflict up to two Blind barriers on all enemies using her second Spell Card, and then break those barriers with a 2P Last Word. She also has a 0P Moon break on her Focus Shot; perfect for whittling down anyone staying up too late to browse the wares in her market.

Finally, Chimata has some defensive bulk, manifesting in barrier recovery through her third skill, as well as a 50% chance of regaining another barrier through her 3rd passive, Akigui God. She can also take Poison, Burn, and Darkness anomalies in stride, being fully immune to their effects and allowing her to stand among Friends who like spreading those anomalies around, or against enemies doing the same. On the off-chance she’s up against an Ofuda-user (looking at you, Reimu), she halves all damage taken by Ofuda bullets.

All-in-all, Chimata is a solid Yang attacker, capable of lowering enemy defense while boosting her own team’s offense. When it comes to picking a Friend you want to clean up house, exchanges don’t get any fairer than that!

Story Card Recommendations

(Card recommendations last updated on October 22, 2022)

Spell Card

The Witch of Scarlet Dreams helps Chimata reach higher Spirit P levels, especially useful for inflicting a second Blind anomaly through her second Spell Card on 3P. Worlds in Hand complements her Crit boosting even more, providing her team more levels of Crit ATK while also setting up her Last Word. 19th Hakurei Shrine Reitaisai works great on her first Spell Card, boosting it by 25% while also supplementing her own Crit ATK by 1 level.

Last Word

You can’t beat Puppeteer and Necromancer for a flat 50% boost to Chimata’s Last Word, which is fully made up of Light bullets. Congress of Sages is a worth substitute, boosting her damage by 40% while also providing Yang ATK stats that benefit her general output.

Character Skill Level Up Recommendations

Prioritize her third skill, God's Invisible Hand in order to bring consistency into the game with team Accuracy up. Her second skill, Market Presenter can come next, giving her 2P on Turn 1 for a good burst of damage right out the gate. Her first skill, Relinquish Ownership can come last for the boost to Team Yang ATK while debuffing enemy Crit DEF.

Character Strengths

+ Provides Accuracy and Spirit P support

+ Debuffs enemies while simultaneously buffing allies

+ Teamwide Blind setting and breaking

Character Weaknesses

- Rainbow elements hurt her breaking capability

- Killers aren’t as far-reaching as other top-tier Friend