The malicious aura she let forth served only to enhance Tamamo's beauty. It was not because of her power, but her irresistible charm that caused others to remain by her side. In fact, she made little attempt to hide her malignance and all her lovers were well aware she was the spirit who single-handedly brought about the fall of the three great kingdoms of the east. Still they were fools, for from the shadows she could bring world of men to its calamitous end.
Added on February 27, 2015 as a part of Master of Fate 11 Box Card Pack. Can only be drawn with the UR Exchange Ticket.
Tamamo-no-Mae (玉藻前, 玉藻の前, also 玉藻御前) is a legendary figure in Japanese mythology from the late Heian period. In the Otogizōshi, a collection of Japanese prose written in the Muromachi period, she was a courtesan under the Japanese Emperor Konoe (who reigned from 1142 through 1155). She was said to be the most beautiful and intelligent woman in Japan, and also infinitely knowledgeable in all subjects. Although she appeared to be only twenty years old, there was no question that she could not answer. In fact she was a kind or evil (depending on the story variant being told) either a two or nine-tailed fox (kitsune: good fox spirit; nogitsune: malicious fox spirit).