Kiriha Kisaki (
Appears again in Volume 11 to assist Kojou and Yukina Himeragi in rescuing Nagisa Akatsuki. Kiriha first leaks information to the two regarding Nagisa's whereabouts and later attempts to escort them to a plane to leave Itogami Island. The three are stopped by Natsuki Minamiya and they are forced to fight.
Kiriha is a beautiful woman with long black hair, cold-looking pink eyes and large breasts.
She wears a black school uniform and stockings.
Kiriha has a calm yet belligerent nature who also enjoys teasing others particularly Kojou Akatsuki.
Kiriha's first introduction in the series was when she was trying to capture the succubus.
The Black Sword Shaman
The 4th Primogenitor on the run
The Knight of Sinful God
Broken Holy Spear
As a Six Blade Priestess, Kiriha specializes in dealing with supernatural creatures and disasters.
Richel Carle: She wields a double pronged spear that can copy the abilities of others. Kiriha has copied the abilities of Sayaka Kirasaka's Koukarin allowing her to form protective barriers. Yume Eguchi's mind control ability had also been copied which allowed Kiriha to control Sayaka.
- Dark Beam: Kiriha release Violet Beam of Energy From her Spear. [Strike The Blood II]
|Shikigami Summoning||She can summon a Shikigami. Shikigami can send messages or alert the summoner if anything happens. Kiriha can summon shikigamis in the form of panthers.|
|Young Lightning (若雷, Waka Ikazuchi)|
|Pulsation (響, Yuragi)||An incantation that instantly amplifies the effect of a magic ability to its limit. It is used when a magic ability is shot directly onto the body of the enemy. Kiriha uses the technique's destructive power bare-handed.|
|Burning Thunder (若雷 Hono Ikazuchi)||An incantation that releases fire into the surrounding area.|
|Resonant Thunder (Saku Ikazuchi)||she rushed with physical boosted to her opponent beat his/her Unconscious.|
|Invisibility||She has the ability to turn invisible using a chant.|
- The name Kiriha means "fog, mist" (霧) (kiri) and "leaf" (葉) (ha).
- Kiriha's surname Kisaki means "princess" (妃) (ki) and "cape, peninsula" (崎) (saki).