Yamaraja: Calamity
ShI monsters 050
Shadow Hearts
HP 3000
MP 720
Element Noneelement Non-Elemental
P-ATK 140
P-DEF 40
Sp-ATK 75
Sp-DEF 65
AGL 30
LUC 32
Crimson Flame


Location Kuihai Tower - Summit
Immunities -
EXP Gained 6000
Cash 11000
Soul Worth 30 Souls (5 for each Element)
Item Drops Fifth Key

Bestiary InfoEdit

Dehuai's ultimate skill. He transforms by feeding the darkness in his soul to a god of destruction in Purgatory.


First thing's first: This guy can petrify and silence you.

Equip everyone with either a Zodiac or Mirror Bracelet. And make sure to have pure seeds, as this is a long battle. Done? Good! Let's begin...

The first of few non-elemental bosses, and this one's a doozy. He's also the final Yamaraja. Isn't it great to have Alice back? She's healing duty while Zhuzhen uses Life Sucker and Yuri fights away. You don't need to have Yuri fuse, but if you choose to, Heaven's Fiend would be your best option as the fusion has an all-heal spell, just in case Alice becomes overwhelmed with healing and items. 

Towards the end of the battle, he will begin to use a skill called "Crimson Flame". No matter how cool it looks, it is dangerous if you don't watch your HP or carry Faerie's Sighs. Otherwise, there shouldn't be a problem. Once he falls, you get a whopping five souls for every element and finish the Asia section! Go you! If Alice also has learned Wish then you don't need to worry about using Faerie's Sigh.



Tibetan depiction of Yama - in his aspect as Protector.

Yamarāja (also as "Yama" - "-rāja" is an honourific denoting "king", or "lord") is the demigod of death, in early Hinduism, where he is charged with punishing the sinful.

Some tales state that he was the first man ever to die, while others maintain that he has always been a god of death.

Despite his origins in Hindu myth, his worship and customs spread across Asia, where he perfoms a similar role - directing souls to Naraka (Buddhist purgatory) to be punished, or renewed in the cycle of Karma.


Yamaraja: Calamity's second chest face.

He also, however, is a protector figure, and deliverer of justice in his aspect of a Dharmapala ("Wrathful God").

While the English localisation uses the Hindu name, and names him as Yamaraja: "Calamity", his Japanese name "Enma-O: Ryō Toku" (閻羅王:凌徳) uses his Japanese incarnation as judge of the dead, (King Enma), and identifies him as "King Enma: Ryō Toku".

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