Ran Yakumo is a kitsune, and has been for a very long time. She is one of the most powerful youkai around in fact. So powerful, in fact, that she has her own shikigami, Chen. She hangs out around the boundaries of Gensokyo, sometimes looking into the human world, but she's been exploring alot more lately, mostly out of boredom. Despite having a somewhat humanish appearance and form, she still considers herself to be a fox first and is proud of the fact. Sometimes she'll return to a fox form to explore, but she still has nine tails even then. She loves the tofu, especially fried tofu.
Haughty and prideful, but not snobbish or prissy. Extremely proud of her achievements. Protective and motherly towards her family, both her Shikigami and her Mistress Yukari. Relatively friendly to humans, especially ones who give her tofu.
Likes: Tofu, especially fried. Powers of 2 and 3, such as: 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 16, 27, 32..
SpellCard 119: Shikigami "Wizard Fox Thoughts" (Shikigami: a captured youkai controlled by a summoner)
SpellCard 120: Shikigami "Banquet of 12 General Gods" (Buddhism guardian gods of the 12 directions of the world. The renowned onmyouji Abe no Seimei was said to be able to control them as shikigami by using effigies.)
SpellCard 121: Shikigami's Radiance "Fox-Tanuki Youkai Laser" (Tanuki: mythical Japanese raccoon-dog. Both foxes and tanuki like to trick people according to Japanese folklore. (Kori Youkai): Uncanny creatures such as foxes, badgers and goblins. It's a pair word of \u9b51\u9b45\u9b4d\u9b4e (Chimi Moryo), Yukari Yakumo has lots of "Moryo" spellcards on Phantasm difficulty.)
SpellCard 122: Shikigami's Radiance "Charming Siege from All Sides" (Charming: a way of hunting by fox. Closing in on the game with attracting the interest by wriggling.)
SpellCard 123: Shikigami's Radiance "Princess Tenko Fox -Illusion-" ("Princess Tenko": most likely derived from the Japanese illusionist (Princess Tenko), one of the best known magicians in Japan. Tenkou, the queen of the heavens, is also one of the 12 general gods.)
SpellCard 124: Shikigami's Shot "Ultimate Buddhist" (\u534d (manji) is a symbol of auspicious omen in Buddhism. It is also commonly used to mark the location of a Buddhist temple on a Japanese map.)
SpellCard 125: Shikigami's Shot "Unilateral Contact"
SpellCard 126: Shikigami "Chen" (See Chen's Spell Cards)
SpellCard 127: "Kokkuri-san's Contract" (Kokkuri-san: the Japanese equivalent of Ouija, as well as the name of the spirit supposedly controlling the Ouija planchette.)
SpellCard 128: Illusion God "Descent of Izuna Gongen" (Izuna Gongen: A deity worshiped by practitioners of the Izuna shugen cult, who believe in the use of foxes as spirit familiars. Izuna is usually depicted as a tengu (\u5929\u72d7) riding on a white fox.)