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Appearances Ōkami
User(s) Amaterasu
Granted by Nuregami
Found Sei'an City (Aristocratic Quarter) (Ōkami)
Yakushi Village (Ōkamiden)
Power(s) Summons rain on demand.
Upgrade(s) N/A
Deluge (「恵雨」?; kei'u; rain of blessing) is one of the eleven secret Celestial Brush techniques in Ōkami, and one of the five in Ōkamiden, which is known as Splash.


By summoning forth a deluge, Amaterasu and Chibiterasu no longer need a water source for Waterspout. Thus, being a more versatile version of the base technique, Deluge can be used in situations when a body of water is not present, such as in battles, where its potential is best shown. In battle, Deluge can be used to constantly damage demons and halt them in their tracks. This technique is especially useful in battle against demons of the fire element, or when a Great Tengu is encountered. However, despite that Deluge has a longer duration than Icestorm, the latter has a more powerful and effective effect of nullifying the fire element of demons, as well as preventing the Great Tengu from entering Chaos Mode while also being its Floral Finisher, so constantly using Icestorm is more recommended than Deluge.


To use Deluge, Amaterasu and Chibiterasu has to draw the mark of Nuregami, || (two vertical lines). The longer the lines, the longer the duration of the rainstorm, but the more ink consumed.

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"Use Waterspout to draw the shape of falling rain to bring on a
Deluge sure to stop enemies in their tracks.
Small drawings use 3 Ink Bottles and cause only a little rain.
Medium drawings use 6 Ink Bottles and cause moderate rain.
Large drawings use 9 Ink Bottles and cause a long shower.
Coat evil in a nurturing and purifying rain!"


"Nice going, Chibi! You've learned a very useful skill!
You can make it rain to slow down enemies with Splash!
Draw two vertical lines like you were drawing rain to use it.
The longer the lines, the longer it will rain for!
But if you make it rain for a long time, you'll use up a lot of ink!"


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  • Deluge being named as Splash in Ōkamiden may be linked to the game's theme relating children, for their tendencies to play in water bodies and splashing water.
  • When Deluge is used, the kanji 潤? (jun; moist) appears.


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