A divine beast from Japanese mythology. A deified wolf. It is said to be strong in warding off calamity, especially in protecting houses from fire or theft. They have been drawn on ema--wooden tablets with pictures of animals (usually horses) that are hung at shrines with wishes written on the back asking for divine aid--since old times. However, they have also been seen as a ferocious symbol of terror, as a beast that eats people.
Light fire damage to random enemies.
Heals HP moderately to entire party.
Decreases all enemies' Defense.
Drastically decreases all enemies' Agility; equal to casting Sukunda twice.