Spread Far, Star of the Pacific
The summits of the five volcanoes of Hawaii are revered as sacred mountains, with Kilauea perhaps beings the most famous. Hawaiians associated elements of their natural environment with particular deities. In Hawaiian mythology, the sky father Wākea marries the earth mother Papa, giving birth to the Hawaiian Islands. Kīlauea itself means "spewing" or "much spreading" in Hawaiian, referencing its high state of activity, and in Hawaiian mythology Kīlauea is the body of the Berserker. It is here that the conflict between Berserker and the rain god Kamapuaʻa was centered; Halemaʻumaʻu, "House of the ʻamaʻumaʻu fern", derives its name from the struggle between the two beings. Kamapuaʻa, hard-pressed by Berserker's ability to make lava spout from the ground at will, covered the feature, a favorite residence of the goddess, with fern fronds. Choked by trapped smoke, Berserker emerged. Realizing that each could threaten the other with destruction, the others gods called a draw and divided the island between them, splitting the Big Island between them.
A shield volcano that hasn’t once gone dormant in recent history, Kilauea is still believed to be home to Berserker to this day. A Noble Phantasm that may only be employed inside the land Berserker previously claimed through Demonic Mistress, it expands on the legend of Berserker visiting Hawaii from a foreign land and replacing the previous volcano deity, Ai Laau. As a mark of her authority over volcanos and Kilauea in general, Berserker is thus able to recreate the caldera of the famous volcano that she calls home.
But what’s a volcano without an eruption? Upon activation, Kilauea does exactly that. Sending thousands of “fiery spears” high into the atmosphere that crash down upon anything that stands before them with zero mercy, exemplifying the cold passion of the volcano.
While Kilauea is blisteringly destructive, its usage will drain all of the nearby lava veins eventually, leaving Berserker to recreate the caldera--or simply dig deeper into the earth--if she wishes to use it again. She is also forced to remain inside the caldera during the eruption, as it would be lacking power bordering on complete uselessness without her presence.
Leave No Trace
A constantly active type Noble Phantasm that once again is only available within land marked by Demonic Mistress. Hoino-Ana-O-Ka-Pohaku is the belief that anything natively Hawaiian, such as sand, rock, or pumice, will effect bad luck on whoever takes it away from Hawaii.
One version about the legend's genesis is this: a disgruntled park ranger, angry at the number of rocks that were being taken from the islands by visitors, said that Berserker would curse them with bad luck should they take anything. Another version often told is that bus drivers, tired of the dirt and grime brought on their buses by the tourists' collection of rocks, started the story at the beginning of each tour to discourage the rock collecting.
The myth has caught on, told as if it were an original Hawaiian taboo, and every year countless tourists send these back in order to escape the awful luck that Berserker has caused them.
Thus if the soil terraformed by Demonic Mistress is disturbed or brought outside of the Skill’s range, the victim’s luck will quickly begin to slide to E. It’s present even on “drained” land that Berserker had previously used Kilauea on, leaving a nice surprise even after she’s forced to relocate. It can be negated by replacing the rock within the claimed territory.