| Girl, Youkai|
| Max Stats
|Lv:120 HP:2847 ATK:1293 DEF:1741|
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| Clears Party's Status Effects, chance to apply Counter + Iron Wall to Party (The more Green cards in the hand other than your own, Counter Strength increases and grants +AGI to the Party)|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| When Main Card is a Youkai, clears Status Effects on Skill Activation (Increases DEF or AGI for every Youkai card in the played hand)|
| Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| S.Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| S.Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| S.Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| Super Fusion (超合体)|
Hundred Demons' Evening Drink
- 100% chance to clear Status Effects
- Grants +1 AGI to the Party for every Green card in the hand other than your own.
- Counter Strength increased for every Green card in the hand other than your own.
Karakasa-obake is a bit of a Jack-of-all-trades. She clears Status Effects, Grants a 1-tick Iron Wall + Counter, and even increases AGI for the Party. Unlike a number of other Shield cards though, Karakasa-obake has a lot of things swinging in her favor. Her Shield Chance is quite high, and with the Counter effect, she can also utilize lots of Skill Boosts to increase the Counter damage (like Kidomaru). Clearing Status Effects is another plus, as it saves you from having to use another Sub, and being able to increase AGI is nice bonus if there are other Green cards in the hand. Needless to say, Karakasa-obake is a very good Shield card! Of course, with the Shield being only one tick, it's not very effective against foes with multiple attacks per turn.
Basically a bit of a niche Sub, Karakasa-obake can clear Status Effects but only if subbed on another Yokai card.
There's only a number of cards you can really use her with like Tofu-kozo, Koropokkuru, and Shiranui, but she's quite useful for them!
Additionally, for every Yokai card in the played hand, you'll get a DEF or AGI Buff.
Karakasa-obake are a mythical ghost or yōkai in Japanese folklore. They are sometimes, but not always, considered a tsukumogami that old umbrellas turn into.