Base AbilityWhen Spell Card is used, DMG from wind priestesses 20% DOWN (3 turns).
When Spell Card is used, DMG from living gods 15% DOWN (2 turns).
Max AbilityWhen Spell Card is used, DMG from wind priestesses 20% DOWN (3 turns).
When Spell Card is used, DMG from living gods 20% DOWN (2 turns).
Story 1The hair clip of the wind priestess at Moriya Shrine. The wind priestess is a living god―a god who appeared as a human. While she is a human from the outside world, in Gensokyo, she is called a god because she can use the powers of Moriya Shrine's gods. This frog is the symbol of a goddess living in Moriya Shrine.
Story 2Wind priestesses hold ceremonies to worship the wind god so that they can quell the wind. Sanae is a wind priestess, so strictly speaking, she is not a shrine maiden.
Story 3Sanae's beloved hair clip is in the shape of a frog, the symbol of Suwako, the original goddess of Moriya Shrine. Kanako, the current goddess, gave Sanae a white snake hair accessory after―maybe because she was jealous.
Story 4At a young age, Sanae had already mastered esoterica which called forth legendary miracles. Normally, this would have helped her gain many followers even as a child...
Story 5Unfortunately, very few believers remained in the outside world. Even gods with many divine virtues were in danger, so it was only natural that nobody would believe in a god with the appearance of a human.