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Ubaga-Bi (姥ヶ火, 姥が火, or
In the third anime, Ubaga-Bi is a floating, disembodied head of a woman, with pink skin, red pink hair and her eyes have no discernible sclerae. Surrounding her head are red pink flames, which her hair follows their direction.
Within the fourth anime, Ubaga-Bi retains her appearance, however her skin is more orange, her hair is now red, her eyes now have yellow sclerae and visible pupils.The flames that surround her are now a mix of red and orange flames.
In the fifth anime, her appearance is drastically different from previous incarnations, her hair is now lavender and much straighter, all flowing to a single direction. Her skin is now light blue, and her flames are light purple in color.
Within the sixth anime her hair has more volume and is dark red, her face also has red skin tone and her eyes have small pupils and sclerae are white. Her flames are now yellow and orange, that constantly shift between the two. Her appearance in Mana's dream however, resembles her fifth anime appearance, being a light blue skinned head with long white hair. The flames however are orange and are not as spread out.
She appears in episode #50, Fukikeshi-Babaa's Amusement Park. Having caused fires while in the presence of couples. She was too powerful for Kitarō, so with the help of Fukikeshi-Babaa empowered by his Chanchanko, she was finally defeated.
Ubaga-Bi briefly appears as one of the yōkai on the Ghost Train in episode seven who scares the company president. Later, she appears with the others, watching as the company president is sent to Jigoku by the Ghost Train. She appears again later in Mana's dream as one of the students in her class.
Fire Generation: Ubaga-Bi is able to set fire with the use of the flames around her.
Levitation: She is able to float above the ground.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 GeGeGe no Kitarō (1996): Episode 50
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 GeGeGe no Kitarō (2018): Episode 7
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 GeGeGe no Kitarō (2018): Episode 14
|Tsurube-Bi • Bake-Bi • Ubaga-Bi • Kurage-no-Hinotama • Tenka|