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|fullname = Hatsuna Magatsuji
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|alias = Descendant of Lord Tenjin
 
|alias = Descendant of Lord Tenjin
 
|origin = Riverbed Soul Saver (Touhou Fangames)
 
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=== Videos ===
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【東方桃源宮】 Touhou Riverbed Soul Saver - Hatsuna Magatsuji's theme EXTENDED
 
【東方桃源宮】 Touhou Riverbed Soul Saver - Hatsuna Magatsuji's theme EXTENDED

Latest revision as of 00:30, October 28, 2018

Hatsuna Magatsuji is a descendant of Mitama Magahara and a minor villainess in the Touhou Project fanmade game, Riverbed Soul Saver. She's the shrine maiden of the Tenmaguu shrine, where the Life-Guiding Tree resided in the Outside World.

HistoryEdit

heroines traverse through the Other Dimension they encounter a familiar sight: The Life-Guiding Tree, which was supposedly returned to the Outside World by Yukari, is there; along with some of its echo spirits.

They also encounter Hatsuna who explains the situation: She's looking for a new place to plant the energy-filled tree since, thanks to the last incident, it has grown so big that the Tenmaguu Shrine cannot contain it anymore.

`At the sight of the heroines, she decides to return it to Gensokyo and plant it there once again while establishing a new Tenmaguu shrine. Like her ancestor, she specializes in electric-based attacks, firing arrows and thunderbolts from her bow while summoning lightning at the same time.

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Trivia Edit

  • The name Hatsuna likely comes from the word hatsunagusa (初名草), which is a Japanese name for the Japanese apricot. Magatsuji literally means "bent crossroads".
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