|“||It's because I cross my fingers for you that humans can live in peace.The mountain is no place for mortals. Every disaster will befall you. I can't let you pass, even to protect humans!||„|
|~ Hina Kagiyama|
Hina Kagiyama (鍵山 雛, Kagiyama Hina) is a misfortune goddess that resides in the Great Youkai Forest, at the base of Youkai Mountain. It is her job to amass misfortune and scare off any humans that get too close.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least 6-C
Name: Hina Kagiyama
Origin: Touhou Project
Classification: Misfortune Goddess
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Danmaku, can stockpile misfortune and curses, Probability Manipulation (Can inflict back luck on others simply by being nearby), Limited Power Nullification (Magic cannot be performed without fortune, and Hina reduces the luck of others), Limited Conceptual Manipulation (All gods can give "names" to things, giving them a concept of their own, and a defined border. She can also modify her own concept/name), Non-Corporeal and Duplication (The true form of a God exists as an idea, and a god can spread and manifest itself in any amount of physical bodies, each with equal power), Resistance to Conceptual Manipulation (Gods precede concepts and thus do not need one to exist), Immortality (Types 1 and 4)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Durability: At least Island level
Stamina: Likely high
Standard Equipment: Nothing notable
Weaknesses: None known
- Stockpiling misfortune: Hina possesses the ability to store and manage misfortune into herself and her surroundings. Humans and youkai that come near her are beset by misfortune - despite this, she holds no ill will towards human or youkai, and stores the misfortune to prevent it from befalling others. The negative energy from misfortune provides her power, and it can be said that she possesses good fortune. The misfortune she takes from others is redistributed to other gods. In order to amass this misfortune, she collects the Nagashi-bina dolls that human use to put their own misfortune in and float downstream.