Okita Souji; captain of the First Unit of the Shinsengumi, a public order organization that was mostly active in the Kyoto of the Edo period's closing days. Even among the Shinsengumi, which was feared as a band of master swordsmen, the one admired as the strongest genius swordsman was Okita.
Height & Weight
158cm ・ 45kg
Umm…. I don't shoot beams.
A lovely girl in her mid-teens, who wraps her body in fashionable Japanese clothing. In order to conceal her original costume, which is simply too conspicuous, she normally uses this outfit. She has both the facet of a cool-headed man-slayer, as well as a cheerful side that is fond of children.
A genuine genius swordsman who possesses both transcendental finesse and innate talent, but as a member of the Saber Class, her low Endurance and Magic Resistance stand out. In addition to her illness from while alive, this is also a result of being heavily painted over by the impressions held by the later masses; in a sense, she is under the influence of a curse very similar to Innocent Monster.
Her wish to the Holy Grail is ｢to fight to the bitter end｣. Her dearest wish from while alive, which ended not being achieved no matter how much she wanted to. Even now, after having turned into a Heroic Spirit, she is regretting not having fought together with her comrades and has a wrong impression of herself as a failure of Shinsengumi's soldier.
Mumyou Sandanzuki Avidya, Three-Stage Thrust
Maximum Target: 1 person Type: Anti-Unit Demonic Sword
The sure-kill demonic sword of Okita Souji, a rare genius swordsman. Within the ｢first thrust｣, a ｢second thrust｣ and ｢third thrust｣ are contained. Not ｢almost simultaneously｣, but horizontal thrusts that are released ｢exactly at the same time｣ from the hiraseigan-no-kamae; a secret sword technique produced by transcendental finesse and speed.
In the moment of the Sandanzuki, the first thrust, second thrust and third thrust exist ｢at the same place｣ and ｢at the same time｣. Even if the first thrust is defended against, due the contradiction of second thrust and third thrust that exist at the same place piercing through, the sword's point causes a localized phenomena saturation. Hence, the Sandanzuki becomes a sword that, in practice, cannot be defended against. Rather than calling it an application, it also excels object destruction by making use of the resultant phenomena saturation.