|Name in Japanese||窮奇|
|True Name||"Exceedingly Piercing Halberd"|
|Contracted to||Ji Chong|
|Color of Flame||█ Turmeric-colored|
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- While Ji Chong, is mentioned (name only) in the novel, his Contracted Crimson Lord's name has not been mentioned in any sources up until it is on the list of Flame Haze published in Shakugan no Shana no Subete Kan.
- According to an ancient Chinese classic text Classic of Mountains and Seas (山海经 Pinyin: Shānhǎijīng ), Qiong Qi is one of the Four Fiends (四凶 Pinyin: Sì Xiōng ) along with Hundun, Taotie and Taowu. it takes the form of an ox with hedgehog-like spines and it barks like a dog. However, in other chapter of the same text describes the creature differently; it explain Qiong Qi as a man-eating tiger with a pair of wing. Other sources say that Qiong Qi is very intelligent and devious. It likes to listen to people's argument, but the creature will eat the more sensible man instead. Qiong Qi also bites off virtuous people's nose, but catches beasts to be tribute for vicious people.
|Directors||CenterHill • EastEdge • Nam • Pietro Monteverdi • SouthValley • WestShore|
|Operatives||Baudo • Dan Rogers • Dong Ming • Fan Xun • Ferde • George • Irving • Ji Chong • Keisaku Satō • Khamsin Nbh'w • Liu Yang • Paula Klecki • Wilhelmina Carmel • Xiang Xin • Yurī Chvojka • Yu Xuan|
|Crimson Lords||Bai Ze • Behemoth • Bridle of Wilderness • Calliope • Chalciuhtlicue • Di Hong • Dziewona • Fay • Fifinella • Halphas • Lug • Qiong Qi • Quetzalcóatl • Sentia • Tezcatlipoca • Tiamat • Tlaloc • Valac • Xiang Liu • Zagan|
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