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Shaman King: Power of Spirit(シャーマンキング:精神の力, "Shāman Kingu: Seishin no Chikara") is a tactical RPG game developed by WinkySoft and published by Konami and released in 2004 on PlayStation 2 in the U.S and Europe.


It is the second Shaman King game released on the PS2, while the first being Shaman King: Funbari Spirits which was a Japan exclusive cel-shaded fighter. Much confusion has erupted over if the two games are related, but are in fact, not. Power of Spirit is one of the only "tactical RPG" Esque Shaman King games ever made, aside from the Japan exclusive strategy versions for GBC.


  • Yoh Asakura
  • Tao Len(VS. Mode only)
  • Horohoro(VS. Mode only)
  • Lyserg Dithel (VS. Mode only)
  • Silva(VS. Mode only)
  • Zeke(VS. Mode only)
  • Captain Vineuvall/Heckel/Ruby/Zerumo/Zaua(Vs. Mode only)
  • Rio(VS. Mode only)
  • Faust VIII(VS. Mode only)
  • Kanna/Matilda/Marion(VS. Mode only)
  • Meril/Masked Meril(VS. Mode only)


Shaman King: Power of Spirits starts off when the Shaman Fight Begins. The first chapters are mostly centered on the events that took place in the manga, but with a bit of a twist here and there with some new villains joining the ranks. They are known as Force Millennium and their mission is to find the vessel and acquire as much furyoku for their evil plan and they have their sights set on Meril Inugami a new protagonist in the game that becomes a part of Yoh's team during their adventures together. Throughout the story, Yoh and his team must stop Force Millennium from awakening an ancient evil that's old as time itself, but through this new adventure, they will face obstacles and trials to make them stronger and powerful than ever to save their friend Meril from the clutches of Captain Vinuvall and the Five Sages.


  • The Destiny Star
  • Challenger from the North
  • Faust VIII
  • The Return of Tao Len
  • The Mysterious Menace
  • Road to the Taos
  • To The Finals
  • The Dobie Demons
  • Lyserg Dithel
  • Force Millennium
  • Loss
  • In Pursuit of Meril
  • Rescue
  • Zerumo's Trap
  • The Masked Messenger
  • Marionette
  • Spear of Fate
  • Zeke's Advice
  • Ritual of Resurrection
  • Advent of Evil



  • Before the game’s release, Konami held a ”Monster Contest” to name a character in the game. According to the credits, the winner was William Boyle from Texas, for naming Vineuvall, the mastermind behind the Force Millennium. [1]

External Links[]

  • Incomplete archive of the “Monster Contest”: [1]

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Shaman King Manga Series
Manga: Shaman King (Original Series) (Kang Zeng Bang)  •  Mappa Doji  •  Relax  •  Funbari no Uta  •  Miki's Life  •  Remix Tracks  •  Zero  •  Flowers  •  The Super Star  •  Red Crimson  •  Marcos  •  Faust 8 "Eternal Eliza"  •  & a garden
Shaman King Anime Series
Anime: Shaman King (2001)  •  Shaman King (2021)
Shaman King Games
Games: Shaman King Chou Senjiryokketsu (Meramera Version | Funbari Version | 2 | 3)  •  Shaman King: Master of Spirits (1 | 2)  •  Legacy of the Spirits  •  Shaman King: Spirit of Shamans  •  Shaman King: Asu e no Ishi  •  Shaman King: Soul Fight  •  Shaman King: Funbari Spirits  •  Shaman King: Power of Spirit
  1. Shonen Jump (American) February 2004, Volume 2 Issue 2, Number 14.