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Giren Shoureizan (義憐聖霊斬?, "Righteous Pity Holy Spirit Slash"[1]) is a mystic arte unique to Judas and most notable for being the arte from which Majin Rengokusatsu extends.

Arte Description and History

Giren Shoureizan is an extension to Majin Messatsuen. Judas begins by charging his right sword with light, using it to cut the enemy multiple times. Charging it with darkness, he then continues his combo. At the very end, he combines the two energies into one blade and begins a cleave downward. If the Majin Rengokusatsu extension is performed, the cleave will continue, but if not, the blow is blocked and Judas retreats, stunned for a bit. In Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3, Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3, and Tales of Link, what is known as Majin Rengokusatsu is actually the entire extension, including Giren Shoureizan.


Original Titles

In-Game Descriptions and Battle Quotes

Tales of Destiny 2

Japanese Quote:

Failure: 僕には...無理だ...
Success (Majin Rengokusatsu): 僕は過去を断ち切る...散れ!真神煉獄刹!

Romanized Quote:

Majiwarazarishi inochi ni, ima motarasaren setsuna no kiseki. Toki wo hete... Koko ni yuugou seshi mirai he no taidou! Gishouken!
Failure: Boku ni wa... muri da...
Success (Majin Rengokusatsu): Boku wa... kako wo tachikiru. Chire! Majin Rengokusatsu!!

Translated Quote:

"Lives that do not cross, and fleeting miracles that now cannot come to be. Time passes... Unite here and develop into the future! Righteous Holy Sword!"
Failure: "For me... It's impossible..."
Success (Majin Rengokusatsu): "I cut off the past... Scatter! Majin Rengokusatsu!"

Japanese Subtitles:

チガ チヲコバム
ココロガ ココロヲクダク


サカラエヌ サダメガアル...

Romanized Subtitles:

Chi ga chi wo kobamu,
Kokoro ga kokoro wo kudaku,
Kiseki ha otozurenai.
Yume nado...
Soko ni ha sonzai shinai no dakara.


Muda da!
Sakaraenu sadame ga aru...

Translated Subtitles:

"Blood denies blood,"
"Heart breaks heart,"
"Miracles never come."
"Because in that place..."
"There are no such things as dreams."
"You resist?!"


"It's useless!"
"There are some fates that cannot be fought..."