- Brynhildr’s Divine Compatibility User. She holds special feelings for Raika ever since he saved her.
“Let’s deepen the relationship with your cute little sister once in a while.”
- The true identity is Zeus from Greek mythology, the overseer the Mythical Proxy War.
“A fight between boys it’s great, as expected”
- Freya, the representative god of Norse mythology
“Erm, I want you to feed it to me too.”
- A junior from the same『congregation』as Raika.
“W-What? L-Like this? Mu?!”
- The goddess of Norse mythology. Been dominated by Raika, they allied with a common goal.
– She was delighted when her little sister returned, but starting to notice the change.
-A representative god from Japan mythology. She somehow treats Nadeko like a real sister.
Susanoo who manifest ferocious divinity as a powerful deity, is a combat enthusiast that prioritize more on the fight that is in front of him than winning the Mythical Proxy War. Although he has tremendous combat power and only a limited number of gods are able to defeat him one-on-one, that rampaging divinity is by no way means that he is a violent person that worry about fickle beauty or the powerful emotions that objects can evoke or instill.
One of the pillars of Japan’s “Three Precious Children”*. Being exiled by going against the will of his father Izanagi, he is a powerful deity that ran amok even in Takamagahara*, whis was governed by her elder sister Amaterasu Omikami, but he also attained his divinity as a heroine god for slaying the Yamata no Orochi*. After that, he became the ruler of Ne-no-kuni*. On the other hand, the one that later governed on the ground above is Okuninushi-no-Kami*, who is a descendant of Susanoo.
Pantheon: The Storm
Izanagi, having failed to returned his wife from Yomi, the Land of the Dead, placed a boulder at its entrance to prevent her escape. Soaked in the impurities of Yomi, Izanagi sought to purify himself at a nearby hot spring. As he washed his eyes and nose, three kami were born: Amaterasu from his left eye, Tsukuyomi from his right, and Susanoo from his nose. Izanagi labeled these three gods among the most important of the kami, and decreed that they would rule the Heavens.
TL: Takamagahara (高天原 / Plain of High Heaven) is the abode and birthplace of the heavenly gods (amatsukami). Often depicted as located up in the sky, it is believed to be connected to the Earth by the bridge Ama-no-ukihashi (the “Floating Bridge of Heaven”).
At the beginning the universe was immersed in a beaten and shapeless kind of matter (chaos), sunk in silence. Later there were sounds indicating the movement of particles. With this movement, the light and the lightest particles rose but the particles were not as fast as the light and could not go higher. Thus, the light was at the top of the Universe, and below it, the particles formed first the clouds and then Heaven, which was to be called Takamagahara.
TL: Yamata no Orochii is a legendary eight-headed and eight-tailed Japanese dragon/serpent. It was slayed by Susanoo after he was banished from Heaven for tricking Amaterasu. The legendary sword Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi, which came from the tail of Yamata no Orochi, along with the Yata no Kagami mirror and Yasakani no Magatama jewel, became the three sacred Imperial Regalia of Japan
TL: Ne-no-kuni – (Land of the Roots/ 根の国) refers to a netherworld in Japanese mythology. It is sometimes considered to be identical to Yomi (Yomi-no-kuni, 黄泉の国) another netherworld in the myths. It is land of the dead, where the dead go in the afterlife.
TL: Okuninushi-no-Kami is god ofnation-building. Ōkuninushi (Ōnamuchi) is portrayed as the head of the kunitsukami, the gods of the earth, and the original ruler of the terrestrial world, named Ashihara-no-Nakatsukuni (葦原中国, the ‘Central Land of Reed Plains’). When the heavenly deities (amatsukami) headed by Amaterasu demanded that he relinquish his rule over the land, Ōkuninushi agreed to their terms and withdrew into the unseen world (幽世 kakuriyo), which was given to him to rule over in exchange. He is the son of the god Ame-no-Fuyukinu (天之冬衣神) and his wife, Sashikuniwakahime (刺国若比売). The text thus portrays him as a sixth-generation descendant of the god Susanoo.
– A skill that dramatically increases the status of『power』and 『speed』in exchange for magic and rationality. However, continue usage will risk becoming an irrational savage god.
-The sword that Susanoo used to slay to Yamata no Orochii. It’s the oldest fire prevention sword in Japanese mythology that was used to repel demons and calamity and holds the potency of cutting down foes. It can display an immense effect with it’s magical power, particularly towards fire-related fire attacks where it can completely nullifies it regardless of their class.
The divine scared sword that dominated Heaven and Earth
Kusanagi no Tsurugi
– A [Regalia] that became a symbol of Susanoo’s Jimu*. It was found inside the tail of the serpent Yamata no Orochi but was eventually presented to Takamagahara as a sword he can’t use with his ability. For that reason, Susanoo swung that sword once per day, the divine scared sword that dominated heaven and earth, a [Regalia] such as Ame no Murakumo no Tsurugi (Heavenly Sword of Gathering Clouds) which can only be use once per day is a sword that shined white light, then the light released from the sword was able to destroy all of God’s creations into smithereens in one strike. The idea of defense in general is impossible and the only way to counter it is to deliver a blow with same output.
TL: Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi (草薙の剣) is a legendary Japanese sword and one of three Imperial Regalia of Japan. It was originally called Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi (天叢雲剣, “Heavenly Sword of Gathering Clouds”), but its name was later changed to the more popular Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi (“Grass-Cutting Sword”). In folklore, the sword represents the virtue of valor.
TL: Emperor Jimmu (神武天皇, Jinmu-tennō) was the first legendary emperor of Japan. In Japanese mythology, he was a descendant of the sun goddess Amaterasu, through her grandson Ninigi, as well as a descendant of the storm god Susanoo. He launched a military expedition from Hyuga near the Seto Inland Sea, captured Yamato, and established this as his center of power. In modern Japan, Jimmu’s legendary accession is marked as National Foundation Day on February 11.