Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism – The Sealed-Away Youkai ~ Lost Place Piano Sheet Music

Title: Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism – The Sealed-Away Youkai ~ Lost Place Piano Sheet Music Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism is part of the Touhou Project video game series, which are scrolling shooter games arranged to imitate the Touhou project . Touhou 11’s story revolves around discovering vampires and a lost place called the “Youkai Tanuki Forest,” filled with various youkai. Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism  ft. Touhou 11’s music is much more vocal-driven than most Touhou songs, especially in this song. In addition to Touhou 11: Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith , Touhou 11: Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith , Touhou 11: Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith , Touhou 11: Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith and Touhou 9.5 : Phantasmagoria of Flower View  are the only Touhou Project games with specific themes (e.g., Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, and Christian churches). Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism  is considered Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith ‘s “sequel” even though it pre-dates Touhou 10. The music composed by ZUN for Touhou 11: Touhou 10: Mountain of Faith was ranked 9th in  Famitsu’s Top 100 Games of All Time list Touhou 11: Subterranean Animism  has 14 official game stages/rounds. Touhou 11 is the only Touhou Project  game to have three different playable characters with two shot types each, giving it the highest number of shot types in a Touhou game at nine . This song has an average standard of difficulty, with the aforementioned 9 shot types playing a role in that calculation.

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