|“||It's my job to discern black and white. However, I am not of Gensokyo, nor am I of this world. Judgement is done from top to bottom, from left to right, and must always be completely one-sided! No matter how you fall, the one who shall be judged to be black or white is you!||„|
|~ Eiki Shiki to Yuuka Kazami|
Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu (四季映姫・ヤマザナドゥ) is one of the Yama who judge the dead and decide whether they go to Heaven, Hell, the Netherworld, or get reincarnated. She currently resides in Hell. Whether it's because she simply has a habit of lecturing or because she genuinely wants others to change for the better, she's become well known in Gensokyo for lecturing anyone and everyone about their faults.
Powers and Stats
Name: Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu
Origin: Touhou Project
Attack Potency: Large Planet level (Considered an extremely strong being in Gensokyo. In Seasonal Dream Vision: A Beautiful Flower Blooming Every Sixty Years, she is stated by Yukari herself to be superior to Yuyuko, and possibly Yukari herself as well, although the statement itself is ambiguous).
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Large Planet Class
Durability: Large Planet level
Range: Likely many meters with danmaku. Has authority over Gensokyo.
- Cleansed Crystal Mirror: A small hand mirror that Eiki carries with her, though it can change its shape as she pleases. When a sinner is reflected in the mirror, all their past sins are revealed. It can also be used to turn one's sins against them. It is quite tiring to use it, however.
- Rod of Remorse: Eiki carries a small rod or piece of wood at all times. Upon writing the charges on this rod, the weight of the rod changes according to the weight of the sins, and the number of times that Eiki must beat the sinner is decided. Then, Eiki performs the beating. She carries the rod with her everywhere she goes.
Weaknesses: The Cleansed Crystal Mirror is quite tiring to use.
- Establishing things as clearly good or evil: With this power, in order to hand down judgments, Eiki can establish the charges that have been given as clearly good or evil. No matter what measures the judged takes, they cannot overturn this judgment.