|Holotome Profile: Divine Mirror Kagami|
|Special Ability||Can reflect enemy abilities|
|Users|| Stack |
|First Appearance||"Knight of the Willblade"|
Divine Mirror Kagami's Amulet was found underground at the Chu-Goku Mount in Japan by Eathon, the Professor´s dog, who was in the care of Hoffman. This Titan was said to hold the potential to defeat Dante's team, thus being assumed by the Organization to be a rare and powerful Titan.
Divine Mirror Kagami's Amulet, upon being retrieved, was then given to Wilder. Kagami was camouflaged with Stack's Hidesight spell in order to ambush Dante Vale's team by using its ability to reflect the Stonegaze ability of King Basilisk back at Dante, Caliban and King Basilisk. Wilder later used Kagami's ability upon entering the castle ruins containing the Willblade, to reflect the ability of Dendras, taking control of him. Kagami's control was eventually broken by Pendragon, the Legendary Titan of Champions, who proceeded to defeat both Kagami and Incubane, sending them back to their Amulets.
Wilder used Kagami again, this time at the Road of Alchemists in Prague, Czech Republic to stop Lok, Sophie and Cherit from finding information on Void. Though the three was captured, they later were freed by the Huntik Foundation and the Casterwills.
As part of their plan to infiltrate the Blood Spiral, Wilder gave Kagami's Amulet to Stack to help him recover the coveted Titan Medusa as proof of his allegiance. Stack attempted to use Kagami's ability against Medusa, but Medusa's Stonegaze ability did not turn her to stone when reflected back. After a long battle, Medusa defeated Kagami before being called off by Lok Lambert.
Divine Mirror Kagami is able to reflect a Titan's ability or a Seeker's spell to use against the opponent. This ability is quite useful against the controlling ability of Dendras and the Stonegaze ability of King Basilisk However, Kagami's ability is only able to block, not reflect, the similar Stonegaze ability of Medusa.
- Divine Mirror Kagami's summoning command is "Appear."
- Divine Mirror Kagami is based on the "Yata no Kagami," a sacred mirror of the Imperial Regalia of Japan believed to represent truth and honesty. The word kagami in Japanese romaji means mirror.