|Voiced By||Kikuko Inoue (Japanese)|
|Faction||Formerly Gessen Girls' Academy. Currently Kagura Thousand-Year Festival Executives.|
|Birthday||July 26th (actually her "death day")|
|Weapon||Shotgun, Shield, Coffin|
|Affiliation|| Gessen Girls' Academy (Graduate)|
Kagura Millennium Festival Executives
|Favorite Food||Eggplants and cucumbers|
|Family||Ryōbi and Ryōna (younger sisters)|
Ryōki (両姫) is a character that makes her first appearance in Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus but later becomes playable in Senran Kagura: Estival Versus . She is the (formerly) deceased sister of Ryōbi and Ryōna. During the Estival Versus, she was revived by Sayuri and the three Mikagura sisters during the special Kagura Festival.
When the halo on her head is touched, it turns red and a ruder, more violent, delinquent-like personality appears and if stays until touched to change back. Ryōki can change back and forth by herself.
When Ryōbi and Ryōna were younger, Ryōki would take care of them like any parent would. This is all that she would do, until she was enrolled into Gessen Girls' Academy. Afterwards, was sent on a mission to take on yoma, but died during that mission. It was later revealed that a yoma killed her, but until Rin had given her two younger sisters that information, they believed it was Miyabi, who had killed everyone in a rampage, using the Forbidden Ninja Art: Blood Riot. However, the only one killed by Blood Riot was the yoma, everyone else died before the activation of the forbidden technique.
In Estival Versus, she was revived for the Kagura 1000 Year Festival that would take place in the story mode where she reunited with her sisters. At the end of the main story mode, she returns to the afterlife after reconciling with Ryōbi and saying goodbye to her younger sisters.
- Ryōki is unlocked as a playable character outside Story Mode only after completing the final chapter (Day 8) of Estival Versus.
- Gameplay-wise, Ryōki is able to switch to her rude personality as her Ultimate Shinobi Art, in which for a short time she uses her Gatling/missile-launcher coffin as a weapon and can move faster.
- Ryoki appears to be a reference to Gungrave. In this work, the protagonist has returned from the dead on borrowed time, and, like Ryoki, fights using firearms and a coffin filled with heavy weaponry (a machine gun and a missile launcher).
- Ryōki on the Heroes wiki.