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Kongouriki is weak against the magic circuits such as Gram, a magic circuit that can produce a magic art that can annihilate matter, White Mist, a magic circuit that can produce a magic art that is in a fluid state, Jet, and Force Dimension.
- Suimei (
吹 鳴Suimei?, lit. "Howling Wind"): A command based off the Fuurinkazan to increase Yaya's agility.
- Shinkan (
森 閑Shinkan?, lit. "Silent Forest"): A command based off the Fuurinkazan to increase Yaya's endurance and sturdiness to intercept attacks. Yaya, in a relaxed stance, a stance to catch an approaching attack, waits for the opponent's attack to land.
- Kouen (
光 焔Kōen?, lit. "Flaming Light"): A command based off the Fuurinkazan for Yaya to release a barrage of movements or attacks.
- Tenken (
天 嶮Tenken?, lit. "Nature’s Ruggedness"): A command based off the Fuurinkazan to increase Yaya's hardness.
- Monad (μονάς monas, lit. "Unit"), is an atom that has a valence of one in chemistry and is a term for divinity or the first being, is any basic abstruse entity which especially has autonomy, is a basic and irreducible abstruse unit that is spatially and psychically individuated; spatially extended and psychically aware, is an irreducible force, making it possible for bodies to have characteristics of inertia and impenetrability which contains in itself the source of all its actions, is an unextended, indivisible and indestructible entity that is the basic composition of the universe, is the ultimate atom, something that is no longer divisible and projects and reflects force and also comes with matter in philosophy which may be related to the Machine Doll.
- Vajra (वज्र) being wielded by the Hindu god of thunderstorms, Indra (इन्द्र), is synonymous with Yaya being wielded by Raishin where the Hindu god of thunderstorms, Indra, has an epithet of "invoke" and Raishin's name's first character, Kaminari (
雷Kaminari?), meaning "thunder", has a root word of Kami ( 神Kami?), meaning "god", and Nari ( 鳴り Nari?), meaning "calling out" or "crying out", which was derived from the Japanese word, Naru ( 鳴る Naru?), meaning "roar".
- Vajra is often used to symbolise the firmness of one's own spirit and the strength of one's own spiritual power in the Dharma traditions of Hinduism which is synonymous with Yaya's personality.
- Monad's symbol, Hieroglyphic Monad, is composed of: the symbol of Aries, symbolising fire; a cross, symbolising the four main elements: air, water, fire and earth, which may represent the Fuurinkazan; the symbol of Sol, symbolising the sun, which may represent divinity which may represent the Machine Doll; and the lunar crescent, which may represent Yaya or Yaya's horn.