Twin Tome
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Japanese name儀式の書 双子
Romaji nameGishiki no Sho: Futago
File typeOld Book
Description"The text describes shrine maidens 'becoming one.'"
LocationKurosawa House: Master's Room
AppearancesFatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson Butterfly

The Twin Tome, written in Japanese as Gishiki no Sho: Futago (Ritual Book: Twins), is an old book found in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly and Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson Butterfly. The tome is one of five important books collected in the Master's Room in the Kurosawa House. In particular, the Twin Tome describes the importance of twins in the village, and their purpose of "becoming one" through the Crimson Sacrifice Ritual.

The Twin Tome and its associated books are used to solve the Tome Puzzle in the Master's Room to obtain the Light Key. The specific word used within this tome is "Sacrifice (贄 Shi)," and it is highlighted in red.

Fatal Frame IIEdit

"In the Crimson Sacrifice Ritual, the Shrine Maidens become one again,
they become a deity and appease the .
The latter stays here, watching over the human world.
The first shall pass through the , calming the earth."

Fatal Frame II: Deep Crimson ButterflyEdit

"During the Crimson Sacrifice Festival the two bodies of the maidens become one, and they are consecrated so as to appease the .
The second maiden shall remain in our world to protect it, while the first shall enter the ✻ in order to appease the forces of the earth."

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