Huli is an unlockable character in Yuánsù Zhi Shén. She is a Chinese fox spirit and is classified as a Necromancer.
Huli has rather pale skin, with the scar on her left cheek incredibly prominent. She has hip-length black hair pulled up into a layered high ponytail with parted bangs, and orange eyes.
She wears a crimson one-strap top along with a crimson ruffled skirt, with black leggings. She has knee-length orange boots with black bases, and a red ribbon tied around her arm. Being a fox spirit, Huli also has fox ears and a tail.
Huli was born to two Chinese fox spirits, and had a relatively normal life. However, after Máo (who was born to another man) was born, Huli's father committed suicide out of shame, and Huli resented her sister for it. Their family life was rough for the next 15,000 years, and eventually, their mother signed the girls up into the Gauntlet of the Gods just to get them out of her hair.
Huli is very distant, and rarely speaks. When she does speak, she is usually cold, constantly belittling others. She is not very respectful, and disobeys most authority figures - however, she does hold the Divine Overseer, Viette Mongarde, and M. in high regard.
Her relationship with her sister Máo is rocky at best. She is cruel to Máo, blaming her for her father's death, and doesn't treat her as a person. Máo, in response, is more than happy to talk behind Huli's back. Neither are willing to apologize.
Due to being a fox spirit, Huli can transform into a fox, which she can use to attack. She is also classified as a necromancer, able to raise the dead to fight for her.
Huli is an unlockable character in Yuánsù Zhī Shén. She can be obtained by either playing 10 matches or defeating Máo in her Elemental Run.
- Huli was originally the protagonist of Yuánsù Zhī Shén, before the role was given to Máo Dìhuáng.