Spells

Shidou Hikaru   Ryuuzaki Umi   Hououji Fuu

Combined Spells

Clef   Alcyone   Presea   Ascot   Caldina   Zagato   Emeraude

Lantis   Primera   Tatra and Tarta   Aska

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Shidou Hikaru

 

ほのおのや • 炎の矢「Honoo no ya」

An attack spell that shoots a flaming arrow or arrows at an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 105
Anime:

Translation:

炎 means ‘flame’ or ‘blaze’, both literal and metaphorical flames, and 矢 means ‘arrow’, meaning that 炎の矢 can literally translate to ‘flame arrow’ or ‘arrow of flame’.

Other Translations:
English: Fire ArrowTP TP2 DH,  Arrow of FlameKC
German: FeuerpfeilCC

 

 

あかいいなづま • 紅い稲妻「Akai inadzuma」

An attack spell that sends a ball of lightning at an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: August 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 154
Anime:

Translation:

紅い means ‘scarlet’ and can be used for other deep red shades, and 稲妻 mean ‘lightning’, so a literal translation of 紅い稲妻 is ‘scarlet lightning’.

Other Translations:
English: Red LightningTP,  Crimson LightningTP2 DH KC
German: Roter BlitzCC

 

 

ひほむらのまい • 緋焔の舞「Hi homura no mai」

An attack exclusive to the Super Nintendo game, that creates a red fire tornado.

Translation:

緋 is red. 焔 is flame. 舞 is dance. All together 緋焔の舞 can be ‘red flame dance’ or ‘dance of red flame’.

 

 

ほのおのいんせき • 炎の隕石 「Honoo no inseki」

An attack exclusive to the Super Nintendo game, that causes several burning meteorites to fall from the sky.

Translation:

炎 is ‘flame’ and 隕石 is ‘meteorite’, so 炎の隕石 can be read as ‘flaming meteorite’.

 

 

あかいせんこう • 紅い閃光「Akai senkou」

An Attack exclusive Game Gear game, that can hit the enemy in the blink of an eye.

Translation:

紅い means ‘scarlet’ but can be used for other red shades. 閃光 means ‘flash of light’. 紅い閃光 could therefore be read as ‘scarlet flash’.

 

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Ryuuzaki Umi

 

みずのりゅう • 水の龍 「Mizu no ryuu」

An attack spell that creates a large dragon of water to attack an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: June 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 75
Anime:

Translation:

水 means ‘water’, and 龍 means ‘dragon’. 水の龍 can be translated as ‘water dragon’ or ‘dragon of water’.

Other Translations:
English: Water DragonTP TP2 DH,  Dragon of WaterKC
German: WasserdracheCC

 

 

あおいたつまき • 蒼い竜巻 「Aoi tatsumaki」

An attack spell that send a spiralling rush of magic at an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: August 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 154
Anime:

Translation:

蒼い means ‘blue’, and 竜巻 means ‘tornado’, making 蒼い竜巻 ‘blue tornado’.

Other Translations:
English: Blue Waterspout, Blue WhirlwindTP,  Azure HurricaneTP2 DH,  Aqua TornadoKC
German: Blauer WirbelwindCC

 

 

こおりのやいば • 氷の刃 「koori no yaiba」

An attack spell of sharp blades of magic that can rip through an opponent’s attack.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: December 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, page 187
Anime:

Translation:

氷 means ‘ice’, and 刃 means ‘sword’, or ‘blade’. 氷の刃 can mean ‘ice sword’, ‘sword of ice’, or even just ‘gleaming sword’.

Other Translations:
English: Ice SwordTP TP2 DH,  Icicle BladesKC
German: Klinge Aus EisCC

 

 

かいりゅうのたみ • 海流の波 「Kairyuu no nami」

An attack exclusive to the Super Nintendo game that can create a powerful tsunami to be used against an opponent.

Translation:

海流 means ‘ocean current’, and 波 means ‘waves’, making 海流の波 ‘waves of ocean current’ or ‘ocean current waves’.

 

 

みずりゅうのたき • 水龍の滝 「Mizuryuu no taki」

An attack exclusive to the Super Nintendo game that creates a waterfall that comes from the ground and turns to ice.

Translation:

水 is ‘water’. 龍 is ‘dragon’. 滝 is ‘waterfall’. 水龍の滝 can therefore be read as ‘water dragon waterfall’ or ‘waterfall of the water dragon’.

 

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Hououji Fuu

 

いやしのかぜ • 癒しの風 「Iyashi no kaze」

A healing spell so powerful it not only heals injuries, but repairs clothing and armour.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: June 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 82
Anime:

Translation:

癒し means ‘healing’ and 風 means ‘wind’, combining in 癒しの風 to become ‘healing wind’ or ‘wind of healing’.

Other Translations:
English: Healing WindTPTP2 DH,  Winds of HealingKC
German: Heildender WindCC

 

 

みどりのしっぷう • 碧の疾風 「Midori no shippuu」

An attack spell that sends a rush of wind at an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: August 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 154
Anime:

Translation:

碧 means ‘green’. 疾風 means ‘gale’ or ‘strong wind’. 碧の疾風 therefore means something along the lines of ‘green gale’.

Other Translations:
English: Green Tornado, Green WhirlwindTP,  Emerald TornadoTP2 DH,  Emerald GaleKC
German: Grüne SturmböCC

 

 

まもりのかぜ • 防りの風 「Mamori no kaze」

A defence spell that shields a target from attack.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: October 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 18
Anime:

Translation:

防 means ‘protection’, and 風 still means ‘wind’. 防りの風 means ‘protecting wind’ or ‘winds of protection’.

Other Translations:
English: Guardian WindTPTP2 DH,  Winds of ProtectionKC
German: Schützender WindCC

 

 

いましめのかぜ • 戒めの風「Imashime no kaze」

An attack spell that sends a rush of wind to wrap around a target, immobilising them.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: November 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 62
Anime:

Translation:

戒め means ‘admonition’ or ‘warning’. 風 means ‘wind’. 戒めの風 can mean ‘admonishing wind’ or ‘winds of admonishment’ or ‘warning wind’. Basically a wind that tells you to stop doing something.

Other Translations:
English: Blinding WindTP DH,  Binding WindsTP2,  Winds of PenanceKC
German: Warnender WindCC

 

 

みどりのれっぷう • 碧の烈風 「Midori no reppuu」

An attack exclusive to the anime that creates a cutting spiral of wind.

First Use:

Anime:

Translation:

碧 means ‘green’ in this context. 烈風 is ‘gale’ or ‘violently strong wind’. 碧の烈風 is also ‘green gale’.

Other Translations:
English:

 

 

かぜのいかり • 風の怒り「Kaze no ikari」

An attack exclusive power to the Super Nintendo game that creates a strong bar of wind to be used against an opponent.

Translation:

風 is ‘wind’. 怒りis ‘anger’. 風の怒りis ‘windy anger’ or ‘anger of wind’.

 

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Combined Spells

 

ひかりのらせん • 閃光の螺旋 「Hikari no rasen」

An attack spell that creates a bright spiral of power that disintegrates the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, pages 154-155
Anime:

Translation:

閃 means ‘flash’ and 光 means ‘ray’ or ‘light’, so 閃光 as a compound means ‘flash of light’. 螺 is used to label small spiral shelled snails or mollusks. 旋 means ‘rotation’ and combined 螺旋 means ‘spiral’. Thus 閃光の螺旋 can be translated as ‘flash spiral’ or ‘spiral flash’.

Other Translations:
English: Light SpiralTPTP2,  Spiral LightDH,  Spiral of LightKC
German: Gleissende SpiraleCC

 

 

きゅうきょくがったいまほう!つどってポン! • 究極合体魔法! 集ってポン!「Kyuukyoku gattai mahou! Tsudotte pon!」

First Use:

Attack used only in the side story published in the January 1995 issue of Run Run. This story was later reprinted in the back of the Material Collection.

Translation:

究極 can mean ‘ultimate’. 合体 is ‘unión’ or ‘combination’. 魔法 is ‘magic’. 集る is ‘to gather’ and ポン is ‘with a pop’. Making the silly dream attack 究極合体魔法! 集ってポン! mean something like ‘Ultimate combination magic! Gather with a bang!’

 

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Clef

 

スレイヤ • 精獣戻界「Sureiya • Seijyuu raikai」

A summoning spell used to return a summoned magical creature back to its world.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: November 1993
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 43
Anime:

Translation:

精獣 is a compound meaning ‘spirit beast’ or ‘spirit animal’ made with 精 meaning ‘spirit’, ‘energy’, ‘fairy’, etc… and 獣 meaning ‘animal’ or ‘beast’. 戻 means ‘return’. 界 means ‘world’ or ‘boundary’. All together it can mean ‘spirit beast, return to your world’.

Other Translations:
English: Pet, retreatTP,  Spirit Beast, ReturnTP2DH, Spirit Beast Return [Threya]KC
German: SlayerCC

 

 

サンダス • 稲妻招来 「Sandasu • Inazuma shourai」

An attack spell that summons a lightning bolt to strike a target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: December 1993
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 60
Anime:
Also used by: Lantis

 

 

Translation:

稲妻 can mean ‘lightning’ and 招来means ‘invitation’, so it means ‘lightning invitation’.

Other Translations:
English: [Sundance] Lightning FlashTP,  Lightning FlashTP2,  Lightning Flash SundanceDH,  Lightning Come Forth [Thundus]KC
German: ThundersCC

 

 

アクセプト • 魔法伝承「Akuseputo • Mahou denshou」

A spell to grant the ability to use magic.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: December 1993
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 74
Anime:

Translation:

魔法 means ‘magic’ 伝承 means ‘handing down information’. Thus 魔法伝承 means ‘passing down the knowledge of magic’. A spell to grant the ability to use magic.

Other Translations:
English: [Accept] Magic GiftTP,  Magic GiftTP2,  Accept This Magic GiftDH,  Magic Transfer [Accept]KC
German: AcceptCC

 

 

クレフト • 精獣招喚「Kurefuto • Seijyuu shoukan」

A summoning spell used to call a magical creature into the user’s world.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 84
Anime:
Also used by: Lantis and Alcyone

 

 

Translation:

精獣 means ‘spirit beast’; 招 means ‘to summon’ or ‘to invite’; 喚 means ‘call’ or ‘scream’, so 精獣招喚 can be ‘a call to summon a spirit beast’.

Other Translations:
English: [Cleft] Pet summonTP,  Spirit Beast SummonTP2,  Spirit Beast Summon… CrestaDH,  Spirit Beast, Come Forth [Cleft]KC
German: CleftCC

 

 

クレスタ • 殻円防除「Kuresuta • Kakuen boujyo」

A defence spell that creates a round magic barrier around the user to protect them from attack.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 92
Anime:
Also used by: Lantis and Alcyone

 

Translation:

殻 means ‘shell’. 円 means ‘circle’. (It is also the kanji used for ‘yen’, Japanese currency.) 防除 means ‘protection’. Making 殻円防除 a ‘circular shell of protection’.

Other Translations:
English: [Cresta] ShieldTP,  ShieldTP2DH,  Barrier Dispel [Cresta]KC
German: CresterCC

 

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Alcyone

 

アライア • 氷尖撃射 「Araia • Hyousou gekisha」

An attack spell that shoots a barrage of ice shards a the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 91
Anime:

Translation:

氷 is ‘ice’. 尖 can mean ‘sharp’ or ‘pointed’. 撃 mean ‘attack’. 射 is ‘archery’ or ‘shot’. (If the kanji are flipped, 射撃 can mean ‘gunshot’.) All together 氷尖撃射 can be read as ‘ice shard attack shot’.

Other Translations:
English: [Allayah] Ice attackTP,  Ice AttackTP2 DH,  Ice Dagger Attack [Allaia]KC
German: ArayahCC

 

 

クレフト • 精獣招喚「Kurefuto • Seijyuu shoukan」

A summoning spell used to call a magical creature into the user’s world.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 94
Anime:
Also used by: Clef and Lantis

 

Translation:

精獣 means ‘spirit beast’; 招 means ‘to summon’ or ‘to invite’; 喚 means ‘call’ or ‘scream’, so 精獣招喚 can be ‘a call to summon a spirit beast’.

Other Translations:
English: [Cleft] Pet summonTP,  Spirit Beast SummonTP2 DH,  Spirit Beast, Come Forth [Cleft]KC
German: CleftCC

 

 

アライル • 氷槍投射 「Arairu • Hyousou tousha」

An attack spell that fires large spears of ice at the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 1, page 99
Anime:

Translation:

氷 is ‘ice’, 槍投 means ‘javelin throw’, and 射 can mean ‘shot’, making 氷槍投射 means something along the lines of ‘ice spear shot’.

Other Translations:
English: [Arile] Ice spearTP,  Ice SpearTP2 DH,  Ice Spear Attack [Allail]KC
German: ArayalCC

 

 

クレスタ • 殻円防除「Kuresuta • Kakuen boujyo」

A defence spell that creates a round magic barrier around the user to protect them from attack.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: June 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 60
Anime:
Also used by: Clef and Lantis

 

Translation:

殻 means ‘shell’. 円 means ‘circle’. (It is also the kanji used for ‘yen’, Japanese currency.) 防除 means ‘protection’. Making 殻円防除 a ‘circular shell of protection’.

Other Translations:
English: ShieldTP TP2 DH,  Barrier Dispel [Cresta]KC
German: CresterCC

 

 

アストラ • 氷流切刃 「Asutora • Hyouryuu seppa」

An attack spell that fires ice blades at the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: June 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 63
Anime:

Translation:

氷 is ‘ice’. 流 means ‘current’ or ‘flow’, and is also the kanji meaning ‘shooting’ in the kanji compound for ‘shooting star’. 切 means ‘cut’ and 刃 is ‘sword’ or ‘blade’. So one reading of 氷流切刃 could be ‘shooting ice blades’.

Other Translations:
English: Ice BladeTP TP2 DH,  Glacial Blades [Astra]KC
German: AstraCC

 

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Presea

Presea is a weapon smith who can create weapons from the legendary mineral Escudo. She does this with magic and not physical labour.

The spell she uses has no words, but appears to utilise a long draping scarf that focuses the magic into the mineral until it takes the form most fitting the person who retrieved it.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: September 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 2, page 165
Anime:

 

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Ascot

 

マキシマ • 魔獣招喚 「Makishima • Majyuu shoukan」

A summoning spell that calls a magic creature into the summoner’s world.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: October 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 4
Anime:

Translation:

魔獣 means ‘magic beast’. 招 means ‘to summon’ or ‘to invite’. 喚 means ‘call’. All together 魔獣招喚 can mean ‘call to summon a magic beast’.

Other Translations:
English: [Makishima] Monster SummonsTP,  Summon MonsterTP2,  MaximaDH,  Beast, I Summon Thee [Maxima]KC
German: MaximaCC

 

 

アスキス • 衝電破激 「Asukisu • Shouden yabukeki」

A attack spell that can crush a target with electric magic.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1996
Tankoubon: Volume 6, page 44
Anime:

Translation:

衝 means ‘collide’. 電 is ‘electricity’ or ‘lightning’. 破 means ‘smash’. 激 can mean ‘extremely’ or ‘terrifically’. One reading of 衝電破激 could be ‘intense crash of electricity’.

Other Translations:
English: [Askis] Lightning AttackTP,  衝電破激 (Guard Electric Break Extreme) Lightning AttackTP2,  Lightning StrikeDH,  Shattering Thunder [Asukis]KC
German: AskisCC

 

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Caldina

Caldina is an illusionist who has the ability of mind control. Her magic is controlled through body movements, not spoken word.

In the manga, she controls Hikaru and Umi almost like puppets against Fuu.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: November 1994
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 53
Anime:

 

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Zagato

 

レクサス • 闇衝招撃 「Rekusesu • Anshou shougeki」

An attack spell that summons a large sphere of dark energy that can fires at the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 146
Anime:

Translation:

闇 means ‘darkness’ or ‘hopelessness’, 衝 means ‘collide’, 招 means ‘summon’, and 撃 means ‘to attack’. Making 闇衝招撃 ‘crushing darkness summoning attack’.

Other Translations:
English: [Reksas] Night StrikeTP,  Night StrikeTP2,  Shadow Impact… LexusDH,  Dark Impact [Lexus]KC
German: LexusCC

 

 

デイアブロ • 銀爆殺襲 「Deiaburo • Gin bakusatu oso」

An attack spell that creates an explosion of energy.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 149
Anime:

Translation:

銀 means ‘silver’, 爆殺 means ‘to kill with a bomb’, and 襲 is also ‘attack’. 銀爆殺襲 could therefore be read as being a ‘deadly silver bomb attack’.

Other Translations:
English: [Deablo] Silver DeathTP,  Silver DeathTP2,  Silver Death Strike… DiabloDH,  Silver Deathblow [Diablo]KC
German: DiaboloCC

 

 

ストラトス • 闇爆殺襲 「Sutoratosu • Yumi bakusatu oso」

An attack spell that creates a wave of explosive energy.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: January 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 152
Anime:

Translation:

闇 means ‘darkness’ or ‘hopelessness’, 爆殺 is ‘to kill with a bomb’ and 襲 is ‘attack’. I find it rather poignant that Zagato’s final attack is essentially ‘deadly hopelessness bomb attack’, that he is trying to kills the knights with a bomb made from his hopelessness.

Other Translations:
English: [Stratos] Night ExplosionTP,  Night ExplosionTP2,  Darkness Burst Death Strike… StratosDH,  Dark Deathblow [Stratos]KC
German: StratosCC

 

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Emeraude

 

サイノス • 光衝招撃 「Sainosu • Koushou shougeki」

An attack spell that sends a sharp rush of magic at the target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: February 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 183
Anime:

Translation:

光 means ‘light’ or ‘hope’, 衝 means ‘collide’, 招 is ‘summon’, and 撃 is ‘to attack’. There are several ways to read 光衝招撃, if you want to get deep with this: ‘Crushed hope attack’ or ‘summoned crash of hope attack’ being two of these.

Other Translations:
English: Light AttackTPTP2,  Shining Impact… CynosDH,  [Cynos] Lightwave AttackKC
German: SainosCC

 

 

デボネア • 金爆殺襲 「Debonea • Kin bakusatsu oso」

An attack spell that creates a massive explosion of magical energy.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: February 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 3, page 185
Anime:

Translation:

金 means ‘gold’. 爆殺 is ‘kill with a bomb’. 襲 is ‘attack’. So, 金爆殺襲 can be read as ‘deadly golden bomb attack’.

Other Translations:
English: Ultimate DeathTPTP2,  Golden DeathDH,  Golden Deathblow [Debonair]KC
German: DeboneaCC

 

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Lantis

 

クレフト • 精獣招喚「Kurefuto • Seijyuu shoukan」

A summoning spell used to call a magical creature into the user’s world.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: September 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, page 62
Anime:
Also used by: Clef and Alcyone

 

Translation:

精獣 means ‘spirit beast’; 招 means ‘to summon’ or ‘to invite’; 喚 means ‘call’ or ‘scream’, so 精獣招喚 can be ‘a call to summon a spirit beast’.

Other Translations:
English: Animal Spirit SummoningTP,  精獣招喚 Spirit Beast SummonTP2,  Spirit Beast SummoningDH,  Spirit Beast, Come Forth [Cleft]KC
German: CleftCC

 

 

サンダス • 稲妻招来 「Sandasu • Inazuma shourai」

An attack spell that summons a lightning bolt to strike a target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: September 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, page 68
Anime:
Also used by: Clef

 

Translation:

稲妻 can mean ‘lightning’ and 招来means ‘invitation’, so it means ‘lightning invitation’.

Other Translations:
English: LightningTPTP2,  Thunder StrikeDH,  Lightning, Come Forth [Cleft]KC
German: ThundersCC

 

 

クレスタ • 殻円防除「Kuresuta • Kakuen boujyo」

A defence spell that creates a round magic barrier around the user to protect them from attack.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: October 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, page 97
Anime:
Also used by: Clef and Alcyone

 

Translation:

殻 means ‘shell’. 円 means ‘circle’. (It is also the kanji used for ‘yen’, Japanese currency.) 防除 means ‘protection’. Making 殻円防除 a ‘circular shell of protection’.

Other Translations:
English: ShieldTP TP2 DH, [Cresta] ShieldTP,  殻円防除 (Shell Circle Protect Removal) Cresta ShieldTP2,  Barrier Dispel [Cresta]KC, Barrier Sphere [Cresta]KC
German: CresterCC

 

 

クロノス • 雷衡撃射 「Kuronosu • Raikou gekisha」

An attack spell that fires a condensed beam of magic energy at an opponent. It almost seems to act like an electric pulse used to disable Eagle’s FTO.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: March 1996
Tankoubon: Volume 6, page 111
Anime:

Translation:

雷 can be ‘thunder’, ‘lightening’, or even ‘anger’. 衡 can be read as ‘constraint’, ‘balance’, and ‘equalise. 撃 means ‘attack’. 射 is ‘archery’ or ‘shot’. 雷衡撃射 could be ‘thundering balance attack shot’.

Other Translations:
English: [Kronos] Lightning AttackTP,  雷衡撃射 (Thunder Guard Attack Blast) Lightning AttackTP2,  Lightning StrikeDH,  Thunder Strike [Chronos]KC
German: KronosCC

 

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Primera

 

フーチュラ • 魔法増幅 「Fuchura • Mahou Soubuku」

A spell used to amplify another’s magic.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: March 1996
Tankoubon: Volume 6, page 110
Anime:

Translation:

魔法 is ‘magic’ and 増幅 means ‘amplification’, so 魔法増幅 is ‘magic amplification’.

Other Translations:
English: [Futura] Magic EnhanceTP,  魔法増幅 (Magic Amplification)TP2,  Magic BoosterDH,  Amplify Magic [Futura]KC
German: FuturaCC

 

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Tatra and Tarta

Much like Caldina’s magic, Tatra and Tarta’s magic control comes more from body movements. The two of them perform a synchronised dance as part of their ritual to summon the djinn – their guardian spirits.

Dance is also how they control the djinn.

いでよ!わがしゅごせいれい!!ジンよ! • いでよ!わが守護精霊!!ジンよ!「Ite yo! Waga shugoseirei! Jin yo!」

First Use:

Nakayoshi: August 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, pages 15-17
Anime:

Translation:

いで means ‘come out’. わが is ‘our’, 守護 can be ‘guardian’, and 精霊 can be ‘spirits’. ジン is a way of writing ‘djinn’ in katakana.

 

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Aska

 

Aska’s magic combines ink on paper, precise hand gestures, and spoken invocations in various combinations.

 

 

は!おうぎ!がりょうでんせいのじゅつ! • 破! 奥技! 画龍転生の術!「Ha! Ougi! Garyou Densei no Jyutsu!」

This technique seems to bring the magic user’s drawing to life as a large animated weapon.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: August 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, pages 32-33
Anime:

Translation:

破 can mean ‘defeat’. 奥技 is ‘secret technique’. 画 is ‘picture’, 龍 is ‘dragon’, 転生 is ‘reincarnation’, and 術 is ‘art’ or ‘technique’. So, 破! 奥技! 画龍転生の術! can be ‘Defeat! Secret Technique! Picture dragon incarnation technique!’.

 

 

は! • 破!「Ha!」

Used on its own, this invocation can be used to send a large pulse of magic energy at a target.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: November 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, page 136
Anime:

Translation:

破 means ‘defeat’.

 

 

は!おうぎ!げんじゅつし! • 破! 奥技! 幻術糸!!「Ha! Ougi! Genjyutsu Shi!」

This creates magic threads that can be used to control an opponent.

First Use:

Nakayoshi: November 1995
Tankoubon: Volume 5, pages 167-169
Anime:

Translation:

破 is ‘defeat’. 奥技 is ‘secret technique’. 幻術 is another form of ‘magic’. 糸 is ‘thread’. 破! 奥技! 幻術糸!can therefore mean ‘Defeat! Secret technique! Magic thread!’.

 

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OVA

 

サイノス 「Sainosu」

A spell from the OVA that allows the user to board onto their Mashin.

 

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