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Latest revision as of 01:36, June 11, 2020

The power to have the traits and abilities of a Kejourou. Variation of Yokai Physiology.

Also CalledEdit

  • Hairy Prostitute/Kejourou Mimicry

CapabilitiesEdit

Users either are or can transform into a kejourou (hairy prostitute), yokai from Japanese folklore that usually takes the form of a woman with long hair, disguising her face and (sometimes) body are hidden behind a curtain of long, black hair. In most stories, it is only the hair on her head that is disturbingly thick and long, but in some stories, her whole body is covered in thick hair, like some kind of beast.

She appears in red-light districts and brothels, making her victims are young men who frequent them. Thinking he sees a girl that he recognizes from behind, a man runs up to the kejōrō to speak with her, giving her time to attack her victim, tangling him up in her hair and using it to slice him up. Despite this, reports of kejōrō-related fatalities are very rare.

Despite her horrible appearance to humans, the kejōrō is said to be quite popular with yokai. So popular, in fact, that male yokai frequently fight each other over her, competing for her affection. Kejōrō seem to return this devotion as well; in some stories, a kejōrō will cut off her hair and send it to her lover (human or yokai), or tattoo his name into her skin to prove her undying devotion to him.

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Known UsersEdit

  • Kejourou (Japanese Mythology)
  • Kejōrō (Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan)
  • Kejourou (Monster Girl Encyclopedia)
  • Kejourou (Tower of Saviors)
  • Kejoro (Valkyrie Crusade)

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