Kitsune Anatomy – The character has the form and/or characteristics of a kitsune i.e. fox spirit. Kitsune become more powerful and wiser with age. Kitsune Anatomy is also known as Kitsune Mimicry, Kitsune Physiology, Yoko Mimicry, Yōko Mimicry, Yoko Physiology and Yōko Physiology. Similar to (188) Fox Anatomy.
Literary Critique of Kitsune Anatomy
There are rumors the Orange Werefox is in fact a Kitsune not a werefox but chooses to call himself a werefox to create confusion among his enemies and easy brand awareness among Westerners. Far more Westerners understand what a werewolf is and by extension a werefox than a kitsune. Kitsune can have the following powers:
198) Ghost Manipulation – Some kitsune can commune with spirits using the skull of the departed person.
Tea Fox Illustrations by Sarah Graybill at https://teakitsune.deviantart.com/
Daji is by far the most famous fox-spirit and has appeared in video games, movies, trading cards and tv shows.
Da Ji (Koei)
Daji (Rival Kingdoms)
Daji (Gods of Rome)
Daiji - League of Gods (2016)
Daiji – Legend of Chinese Titans (2012)
Daiji – The War Records of Deification (2018)
Da Ji-Silk and Honey
Daji-The Pleasure is Yours
Daiji – Gods of Honour (2001)
Daiji – Heavenly Ghost Catcher (2010)
Daiji – The First Myth 2 (2015)
Daiji – The Legend and the Hero (2007)
Daiji – The Legend and the Hero 2 (2009)
Daiji – Zhaoge (2018)
Daji – The Gods (2018)
Daji – The Investiture of the Gods (2014)