Lyrica Prismriver (リリカ・プリズムリバー) is one of the three Prismriver Sisters alongside her sisters Lunasa and Merlin, a group of poltergeist musicians who perform magnificent music as the "Prismriver Ensemble". She plays the keyboard. She is not a ghost, instead being a magical construct created by her deceased sister, Layla, in the image of the original Lyrica.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 6-C

Name: Lyrica Prismriver

Origin: Touhou Project

Gender: Female

Age: Unknown

Classification: Poltergeist

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Non-Corporeal, Ice Manipulation (She is so cold that she can inflict frostburns on contact), Soul Manipulation (Can harm Phantoms and Evil Spirits with her regular attacks), Empathic Manipulation, Mind Manipulation, Danmaku, Possession, Dimensional travel (Hinted that ghosts can freely travel between the outside world and Gensokyo), Telekinesis

Attack Potency: At least Island level (Superior to Cirno)

Speed: Massively FTL+ (Should not be too far behind high tiers and Moon rabbits like Rei'sen)

Lifting Strength: Class 5

Striking Strength: At least Island Class

Durability At least Island level

Stamina: Likely high

Range: At least Tens of Meters with Danmaku (Her firing range should be comparable to Sakuya's, who can throw knives at least 36 meters)

Standard Equipment: Her keyboard.

Intelligence: Unknown.

Weaknesses: None known.

Notable Attacks / Techniques:

  • Playing instruments without touching them: An ability that each of the Prismriver Sisters possess. By manipulating the spirits of the instruments and musical notes, they are able to play music without touching their instruments, and they can play music that is impossible to play by hand. This ability is an extension of their original ability to "move things without touching them", an ability common to poltergeists.
  • Performing illusionary notes: Illusionary notes are sounds that do not exist in the natural world. It integrates "melancholic" and "maniac" notes and has an effect of making them easier to hear. This makes their concerts more tolerable to audiences.


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